The Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library's annual budget vote and trustee election will be held on Thursday, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m at the Crawford Library.
6-8pm at the Ted Stroebel Center on Jefferson Street in Monticello. Sullivan County Public Health Services and planning partners concerned about health invite any interested Sullivan County residents to take one evening out from their busy lives for an important cause. Snacks/ refreshments will be available from 5:15 PM – 6 PM. For more information or questions call: 845/513-2222
Monticello police have arrested Shamhrial Brown (23) of Hurleyville, Terrence Hulse (29) of Monticello and Earl Singer IV (27) of the Bronx following an investigation into the gang assault upon 2 males victims. The defendants were each charged with felony gang assault in the 1st degree and misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree. Read more
The Recovery Center's annual event runs 9am - 3pm at 396 Broadway in Monticello. Rain or shine. Contact Keith Gilmour, (845) 794-8080 x230.
Immediately following services (7:30pm) at Temple Sholom. 845/794-3962 or 439-5708.
After-school program for Jewish children to develop pride in their heritage as they learn Hebrew & experience a wide spectrum of Judaic knowledge through art, song, drama, reading & more at Temple Sholom. RSVP: 845/794-8731.
Presentation by Alan & Jo Barrish of their trip to Israel including an archeological dig in Tiberias at Temple Sholom, 7pm, free, refreshments. 845/794-3962 or 439-5708.
"Don't Stop Believing... Fighting for a Friend's Journey" to benefit Jazmine Fuentes recently diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer at Roark's Tavern, 4pm-2am, $15 advance, $20 door incl. food, drink specials, live music, door prizes & more. facebook.com/JazmineFuentesBenefit?ref=hl
Scarecrow-making contest (1pm, must RSVP), story-telling, face painting & book sale on the library lawn, 11am-2pm, free admission. 845/794-4660, ext. 6.
Stand & be counted w/ thousands of pro-lifers across America in front of St. Peter's Church, 1-2:30pm. 845/292-4647.