LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — More than one 100 friends and customers crammed into the Hamish & Henry Booksellers store in Livingston Manor on December 30, to share food, door prizes and to show appreciation for the independent bookstore that served the community for seven years.
Owners Sue Barnett and Jeff Christensen opened the store in July 2004 as a small renaissance was sweeping the hamlet and the county. “It’s been a great seven years,” Barnett said. Read more
The "River and Biota Exhibit," curated by Naomi Teppich, opening reception at the CAS Arts Center. Talks by the artists are at 2pm and the reception is from 3-5pm. The exhibit runs through November 16. Show features 18 artists. www.catskillartsociety.org.
Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum 2014 Hall of Fame induction ceremony in the museum, 3pm. A special dinner will follow at 5:30pm in the Wulff Gallery. During the evening, John Waldron will receive the Lee Wulff Conservation Award. Members $50, non-members $65. 845/439-4810.
Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce Third Thursday Evening Mixer at The Arnold House, 839 Shandelee Rd., 5:30-7pm. Sponsor: Time Warner Cable Business Class. Networking, a 50/50 raffle and more. Cost: Members free. Call 845/791-4200/email email@example.com.
Manor Hose Co. #1 spaghetti dinner at the Livingston Manor Firehouse, Main St., 4:30pm-8pm. Cost: $7; children 5 & under free. Fundraiser for Manor Hose Co. #1 and Manor Hose Co. #1 Ladies Auxiliary.
Penny social at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St. Doors open at 5:30pm, calling 7pm. Benefit: Sullivan-St Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star. Admission:$1. Door prizes and refreshments.
The Catskill Art Society presents jazz musician Thurman Barker, 7pm. Joining us from Bard College, this American giant of jazz will treat us to works on percussion and marimba with guitar accompaniment. Suggested donation $10, reservations recommended. Visit www.catskillartsociety.org/events.
The Catskill Fly Fishing Center, in cooperation with Morgan Outdoors, will show the PBS documentary filmed in the Catskills, "To Be Forever Wild" in the Wulff Gallery at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center, 7pm. A nonfiction film that inspires people to reconnect with nature, wherever they happen to be. Admission: $5. 845/439-4810.
Final evening! Storytellers share new pieces of their biographies in monthly performances at the CAS Arts Center, reading true stories that range from the surprising and awe-inspiring to the charmingly everyday. 7pm. Tickets for $10 suggested donation. Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Storytellers share new pieces of their biographies in monthly performances at the CAS Arts Center, reading true stories that range from the surprising and awe-inspiring to the charmingly everyday. 7pm. Tickets for $10 suggested donation. Call or email email@example.com for reservations.