The teen book group will discuss Holly Black's "Red Glove" at The E. B. Crawford Public Library, 5pm. 845/794-4660.
The Millennial book group will meet to discuss part 3 of Susanna Clarke's "Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell" at The E. B. Crawford Public Library, 6:15pm. 845/794-4660.
The elementary group will talk about "The View From Saturday" by E.L. Konigsburg at The E. B. Crawford Public Library, 5pm. 845/794-4660.
Sponsored by the Monticello Kiwanis Club. Held at the Monticello Elks Lodge, 46 North St., 5-7pm. 8 oz cod fish, fries and coleslaw prepared by Tastefully British. Homemade desserts and beverage also served. Cost is $l3/person. Eat in or take out. Tickets sold at door. 845/794-7050.
8th Annual Family Fun Day 2013, 5th Cardboard Sled Race & 3rd Annual Winter Wing Fling at Holiday Mt Ski & Fun Park, 99 Holiday Mt Rd., 9am-5pm. Must sign in by noon for lift, ski & snowboard discounts. Cardboard Sled Race at 1pm. Winter Wing Fling at 2:30pm. 845/791-4200.
Mohegan Sun (Pocono Downs, Wilkes-Barre, PA) casino trip sponsored by Monticello Kiwanis Club. Bus leaves former Monticello Apollo Plaza site at 8am and returns by 5pm. $30 per person, includes $25 free play plus $l0 food coupon. Deadline for reservations is March 3. Must be 21 years or older. 845/794-7050 or 794-2888.
The Long Term Care Council is the advisory board for Sullivan NYconnects, the single Point of Entry for information on long term care services in Sullivan County. The next meeting of the Long Term Care Council will be from 3-4:30pm in the Legislative Committee Room (2nd floor) in the Sullivan County Government Center. All are welcome. 845/807-0257.
At a meeting of the Sullivan County Legislature on January 2, the legislature voted in Scott Samuelson for another two-year term as chairman. Read more
The budget for Sullivan County for 2014 was adopted on December 19 and comes in within the Albany-mandated 2% property tax cap. Although there was some disagreement previously about the need to exceed the cap, all nine legislators voter in favor of the budget. Read more
Saying the parties were responding to an “outcry” from the public, Bill James, chairman of the Town of Thompson Democratic Committee, announced that his party and three others registered in the town—Republican, Independence and Conservative—were, for the first time ever, all backing the same candidates running for office in the Village of Monticello. Read more