Pancake breakfast at Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 7am-12noon. Adults $7, child $4. Benefit scholarships for LMCS & RCS sponsor Sullivan-St Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star.
Slow Food Upper Delaware River Valley presents Ramp Art: Edible Plants Wild and Cultivated at Morgan Outdoors, 5:30-7pm. Art by Wendy Hollander and "Ramps 101: Foraging, Conservation, Cooking and Ramp Treats." 845/439-5507.
Catskill Mountainkeeper, 47B Main St., ribbon cutting, 12 noon. Catskill Mountainkeeper works to promote smart development that balances the economic needs and concerns of the Catskill regions’ citizens while protecting its abundant, yet vulnerable, natural resources. 845/439-12307.
Chicken BBQ at Water Wheel Junction, 13 Main St., to benefit the Livingston Manor Presbyterian Church, 12 noon to sold out. Donation $10. Limited seating available.
Roast pork dinner at the Masonic Hall, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. $10. Benefits Delaware-Sullivan District Order of Eastern Star. 607/363-7404.
The LARC team: LM Library, Sullivan County Audubon, the LM Renaissance and LM Chamber of Commerce present all things garden. Plants for sale, lectures at CAS, special displays like Wendy Hollander, botanical artist at Morgan Outdoors, Audubon giving away milkweed. www.livingstonmanor.org.
Breakfast buffet at the Masonic Hall, 94 Main St., 7-11am. Adults $8, child $5. Benefit Sullivan-StTammany Chapter #298 OES. 845/439-4458.
The Outdoor Enthusiasts’ Film Series hosted by Morgan Outdoors and the Livingston Manor Library will show the final film in the series, "My Life as a Turkey," at Morgan Outdoors, 6:30pm. RSVP: 845/439 5507.
Manor Hose Company #1 annual pancake breakfast at the Livingston Manor Firehouse, Main Street, 7am-12 noon. Freewill offering. 845/439-1034.
The Catskill Art Society presents “Child’s Play” and “Wherever You Go,” a solo exhibition featuring the photography of Christopher Vernale, at the CAS Arts Center. Artist talk at 2pm, followed immediately by a free opening reception from 3-5pm. Light refreshments will be served. On display until April 6. 845/436-4227.