Free computer support at Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, every Saturday, 10am-1pm.
After a lengthy December 5 debate, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) approved a letter to Damascus Township warning that two Verizon broadband cell towers awaiting final local approvals will not meet River Management Plan (RMP) standards. Read more
Hundreds of people turned out to see Santa Claus and his pals on Saturday night in Narrowsburg in front of the old school. Many kids ran around in the snow, slipping and sliding down the hill, as they awaited Santa’s arrival. Soon music and lights could be heard as the Santa Express made its way onto Bridge Street from Route 97, after already making stops in Eldred, Glen Spey, Barryville and Yulan. Read more
At the Tusten Town Council meeting in November, the council members discussed the possibility of the town buying the abandoned Narrowsburg School and its 14-acre lot. The school closed and was boarded up in 2005, and is being sold by John Hector Realty. Read more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Free computer classes are held every Monday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library from 4-6pm. In this workshop, we’ll show you how email works, compare providers and common problems encountered, and set up an email account if desired.
Free computer classes are held every Monday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library from 4-6pm. In this workshop participants will learn to use an internet browser, navigate and research the web, create a home page, and more. For info/registration visit www.wsplonline.org/PCC or call 845/252-3360.
Free computer classes are held every Monday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library from 4-6pm. This two-part class is an intro to computers for beginners
and a great way to fill in the missing pieces for those who aren’t sure they learned it all the first time around.
Annual tree lighting on Main St., 6pm.
Come taste Sorel, a delightful liqueur made with Brazilian clove, Nigerian ginger, Moroccan hibiscus, Indonesian nutmeg and cassis at Narrowsburg Fine Wine and Spirits, 44 Main St., 12-4pm. Great alone or for creating fun cocktails. Jack, the creator, will be here to discuss and distribute samples of his delightful spirit. 845/252-3242.
Finding that the development of a residential school at the site of the former Delaware Valley School could create significant environmental impacts, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) on November 7 approved a letter to Fremont Supervisor George Conklin, seeking to assist in the planning. Read more