Pinterest workshop at the library, 1pm. Part of Social Media Month. Registration required. www.WSPLonline.org.
The Ten Mile River Scout Museum at 1481 Crystal Lake Road will be open to the public Saturdays in May and June from 11am-3pm. Call 845/252-3775 during operating hours for additional information.
“Riverfest: 25 Years,” a retrospective exhibit of approximately 50 posters from 25 years of Riverfest, opens with a reception at the Delaware Arts Center’s Loft Gallery, 7-9pm. The exhibit will be on view through June 6. Come and take a look at the fanciful, fabulous posters that have been created over the decades. 845/252-7576.
WJFF presents folk legend Bill Staines at the Tusten Theater, 8pm. The Friends of Maris Hearn present the 9th annual Maris Hearn Life Celebration Concert. The concert is a benefit for WJFF Radio Catskill and the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. www.acousticmusic.com/staines. $15 donation.
NARROWSBURG, NY — A public hearing was held for the Narrowsburg School today at 10 a.m. in the Tusten Town Hall. The hearing was regarding the school now being a project of the Sullivan County Industrial Development Agency (IDA). Read more
Intro to Reiki at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 11:30am-12:30pm. Meet with Reiki Master, Cari Bee, from Beach Lake Wellness Center to learn all about the basics. Registration required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 845/252-3360.
The Narrowsburg Beautification Group invites you to participate in the annual Town of Tusten Litterpluck effort, 9am-1pm. The purpose of litterpluck is to clean the roadways of debris. Pick up a bag at the library the morning of litterpluck. 845/252-7400.
Open house for the Narrowsburg Fire Department. Recruiting from 10am-2pm.
2 Franks’ Café, a free lunch open to the public at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., from 12 noon to 1pm. Come for a free meal and fellowship.
The Narrowsburg Fire Department responded to the scene of what appeared to be a burst dam off of State Route 97 about a mile south of Narrowsburg on the afternoon of April 13.
Highway Superintendent Glenn Swendsen said the dam was located at the town pond, and the water was headed toward Cackletown, and perhaps then down to Little Lake Erie.