Concert/CD Release Party for the Kazzrie Jaxen Quartet, featuring jazz standards and contemporary pieces, sponsored and presented by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at the Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge St., 8pm. Admission: $22 ($20 for DVAA members on advanced sales). 845/252-7272.
Local author Robert Kopecky will read from his book “How to Survive Life (and Death)” as part 3 of the 4-part How-To Writer’s Series at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 6:30pm. www.WSPLonline.org or call 845/252-3360.
2 Franks’ Café, a free lunch open to the public at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., 12noon-1pm. Come for a meal and fellowship.
The Catholic Daughters of Court Father Raphael #1542 will sponsor an AMBA blood screening at the Narrowsburg Community Hall, 7-10am. The blood tests determine problems with coronary disease, diabetes, anemia, kidney disease, liver disease and miscellaneous blood levels. A total of 31 tests for $36, and a $5 handling fee. 1-800-234-8888.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Narrowsburg Music Day: free open-air concert, 2PM, Joe Piela Band on Main Street deck. Evening concert, 7:30PM, Tusten Theatre, Emerald Trio performing. Concert costs $15; two for $25; under age 21, free. Available at door, or call 845/252-7272.
At 9PM, music at Gerard’s River Grill. www.facebook.com/NarrowsburgMusicDay/info
The Tusten town board voted three to two to get a second legal opinion about whether it is advisable for the town to file an amicus brief to support the lawsuit brought by Brendan and Kathy Weiden and 12 other residents against the board of the Sullivan West Central School District, and also to determine if the town had any claim against the school board. Read more
NORSU public meeting in the downstairs meeting room of the Tusten town hall, 7pm. We will discuss what has been done and where we are at now. We need your ideas and help with committees. Together we can help make the school a legally zoned community based facility.
NORSU public meeting at 7pm in the downstairs meeting room of the Tusten town hall. We will discuss what has been done and where we are at with NORSU's actions and the Weiden lawsuit and to look for volunteers to serve on committees.
The Upper Delaware shares a dire statistic with the rest of the more than 300 areas managed by the National Park Service (NPS): drowning is the primary cause of visitor fatalities, according to Upper Delaware NPS Chief Ranger Joe Hinkes. Read more
NARROWSBURG, NY—Two Franks Cafe, a free lunch open to the public, at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., on Aug. 16, 12 noon-1PM Come for a meal and fellowship.