First Friday Networking Breakfast at Blue Horizon Diner, 7:45-9am. Sponsor: Leadership Sullivan. Cost: $15 members, $25 not-yet-members. RSVP by 3pm on May 1. 845/791-4200 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring Bazaar & Craft Fair at Temple Sholom, 11am–3pm. Handmade crafts, vendors, raffles, activities for children, food, fun. 845/807-6013. Great last-minute Mother’s Day gifts.
Judge Stephan Schick had expected lengthy testimony and legal arguments; he told the lawyers he would be available for the entirety of the four days leading up to the swearing in of newly elected officials in the Village of Bloomingburg. Read more
The Sullivan County Philatelic Society meeting at the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 1pm. Featured will be a 20-lot stamp auction with a business report. Meeting open to public.
The court case about the legitimacy of more than 100 voters in the March election in Bloomingburg got off to an surprising start, with an attorney for one of the candidates asking the judge to recuse himself because of the judge’s wife’s social media activities. Read more
National Public Health Week in Sullivan County daily, 1-4pm. Sullivan County Public Health, Walmart, Shoprite, Liberty location, Sullivan County Government Center. Free. 845/292-5910, www.co.sullivan.ny.us.
Meeting of Long Term Care Council in the Legislative Committee Room at the Government Center, 3-4:30pm. 845/807-0257.
The Millennial book discussion, a book group for people of the Millennial generation, at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 6:15pm. The book for this discussion is "Skin Tight" by Carl Hiaasen. Copies are available at the library. 845/794-4660 x. 8.
The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce presents a night of entertainment that embraces the era of the 1920’s. All are invited to the exclusive speakeasy “The Catskill Club” at Monticello Casino & Raceway, 7:30-11:30pm. Black tie optional (costumes encouraged). Tickets: $45 per person and $75 per couple. 845/791-4200.
Monticello Police arrested David Lee Ward (50) of Monticello on March 14. Ward was charged with felonies for criminal possession of stolen property, forgery, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful possession of marijuana. Read more