Marisa Scheinfeld will be at the E.B. Crawford Public Library at to speak about her photography project "The Ruins of the Borscht Belt," 7:30pm. Visit www.marisascheinfeld.com or call 845/794-4660.
The second annual “Fund Racing for Kids” to benefit the Boys & Girls Clubs at the Monticello Motor Club. VIP tickets: $500 each. 845/342-8833.
Bill Sipos, owner of Mr. Willy’s Restaurant, will be the subject of a ‘roast’ held at his dining establishment, 6pm. Mr. Willy will be the recipient of Recovery Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Proceeds for the Roast will benefit two Recovery Center summer camp programs. Seating at the event is $65 per person, with discounts available for tables of ten. 845/794-8080, ext. 110.
Patients Rights Forum held at the Ted Strobele Recreation Center, 6-7:30pm. Learn your rights to quality, confidential and personal medical care. Admission is free. 845/807-0189 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Catskill Mountain Chapter of Hadassah will be hosting a pot luck dinner at Temple Sholom, 6pm. Bring a vegetarian or dairy dish as a main dish, side dish or dessert. An $8 donation to the Hadassah Medical Organization in Israel is requested. 845/434-7075.
The meeting of the Sullivan County Health and Family Services Meeting was packed with onlookers at the government center on June 6, with many people coming to show support for Dr. David Sager, who had recently been fired from his job as deputy commissioner of the Division of Family Services (DFS). Read more
In separate incidents, Monticello police arrested three men recently for theft with the help of video evidence. In the first case, Monticello police arrested Isaiah Roberts, 22, and Keron Neils, 20, both of Brooklyn, for stealing a donation jar from a fast food establishment. Read more
Easter Seals New York Project Excel located in Monticello has earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the nation’s leading organization of early childhood professionals. Read more
“Welcoming of a New Torah” celebration at the Jewish War Veterans’ Hall, 4-6pm service and parade, followed by a festive meal for those who made reservations, or snacks for those who did not. Reservations: 845/794-8470 or email email@example.com.
Prime Timers of Temple Sholom bus trip to New York City, a day on your own. $28 round trip, including the tip for the bus driver. You need not be a Prime Timer member. Reservations: 845/794-2314, or 845/794-8731.