Breakfast/brunch at the DVAA, 8am-1pm. All you can eat pancakes, maple syrup, sausage, eggs and other delights. Supports DVAA.
Before the Tusten Town Board meeting on April 9, an email from Councilman Ned Lang had circulated, bringing up charges against the Tusten Heritage Community Garden and Big Eddy Farmstand project, a project run by Andrea Reynosa, Lang’s opponent in the November election. Read more
A staged reading of Allan Wolf's "The Watch that Ends the Night: Voices from the Titanic" at Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 4pm. Free and open to the public. 845/252-3360.
First Fridays Contemporary Authors Series returns with visiting author Jeffrey McDaniel at the Narrowsburg Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. Open mic at 7:30pm, McDaniel at 8pm. Email email@example.com or call 845/252-3360.
An authentic Acadian lunch and a concert by Acadian band Vishten at the Tusten Theatre, lunch from 12 noon-1:30pm, concert at 2pm. Cost: lunch $12, concert $22. Supports the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. 845/252-7576.
The tone and depth of a letter regarding the proposed Hancock Compressor project was discussed at a meeting of the Project Review Committee of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) on March 27. Read more
Six Hour Defensive Driving Class at St Paul's Church, 9am. $40 per person. 845/468-0125 or www.bethelsafety.com.
Opening reception for “Facets,” paintings by Madelon Jones at Alliance Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, 7-9pm. The exhibit will be on view through May 11. 845/252-7576 or visit www.ArtsAllianceSite.org.
Friends of the Western Sullivan Public Library informational meeting at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch Library, 6:30pm. New members welcome to attend. Call 845/482-4350.
Many showed up to voice their opinion at the Town of Tusten Town Board public hearing regarding a resolution to oppose the NY SAFE Act, the new statewide gun law that puts limits on the sale of assault weapons and the size of magazine clips. Both sides were there. Of the 10 residents who spoke during the hearing, seven were for passing the resolution and three were against. Read more