Petitions signed by voters in the Sullivan West Central School District, which may force a voter referendum on the sale of the Narrowsburg School, were delivered to superintendent Dr. Ken Hilton on January 3.
According to Dick Riseling, the resident who had put in a rejected bid to purchase the school, there were 1,255 signatures opposing the sale which, according to everyone involved, is enough to trigger the referendum and, according to Riseling, is 200 more than needed. Read more
Learn about gingerbread and then decorate a gingerbread cookie of your own at the Tusten-Cochecton branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. Registration requested. 845/482-4350.
Learn all about 3D printing at the Tusten-Cochecton branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 5:30-7:30pm. Afterwards, the 3D printer will be available for public use from December 14th until December 21st for people to print gifts.
On the evening of November 22, 2016 a trooper assigned to the Narrowsburg substation stopped a vehicle on Rte. 97 in the Town of Tusten. Upon interviewing the driver Scott Helferich, age 34 of Honesdale, PA he was found to possess a loaded .40 caliber pistol and a quantity of heroin. He was placed into custody.
Upon interviewing the front seat passenger, Dahmir Bethea, age 20 of Clifton, NJ he was found to possess a loaded 9mm pistol. After being disarmed, Bethea fled on foot and fought with the trooper before being placed into custody. Read more
“Art in Sixes,” an exhibition of small art works by local artists, opens at the Delaware Arts Center’s Alliance Gallery, 37 Main St, with a reception, 2-4pm. The show will be on view through December 23. Featuring more than 100 local and regional artists and hundreds of works of art. 845/252-7576.
2 Franks’ Café, a free lunch open to the public, at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., 12noon-1pm. Come for a free meal and fellowship.
Join us at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library in Narrowsburg in conjunction with the Tusten Heritage Community Garden for a fun and informative Saturday morning as local resident Adrianne Picciano also known as “The Dirt Diva” presents Seed Saving 101 a hands-on workshop.
Fellowship Fair at St. Paul’s Lutheran Parish Hall, 31 Erie Ave., 9am-2pm. Lunch available 11am-1pm. Bake sale, crafts, Rada cutlery, white elephant table. Sponsored by Women’s Fellowship Group. 845/252-3356.
Zephyr Teachout, the democratic candidate for the 19th congressional district, will be at the Narrowsburg Union, 7 Erie Ave., 2-3pm to meet voters, talk about her position on key issues, particularly those that affect the river valley towns, and to answer questions from the public. Open to all.
Legendary CD release at the Emerald Ballroom, underneath The Heron, 7pm. Join local musicians JanTuran for the release of their second LP and book, "Legendary." Performance by Sara Hulse. Talk, performance and slideshow by JanTuran. Free admission.