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Pancake breakfast

July 8, 2012

Tusten Community Hall, 8am-noon, adults $7, under age 12 $5. Tickets at door. 845/252-3864.

Sojourners sweep the Big Eddy

Participants in the 18th annual Delaware River Sojourn wave while approaching the Narrowsburg bridge and the deepest and narrowest section of the river on June 25, the second day of the river trip. The paddlers proceeded through the Big Eddy and concluded the day at the Ten Mile River access in the Town of Tusten. The seven-day paddle began on June 24 at Callicoon and will conclude in New Jersey on June 30. Learn more at www.delawareriversojourn.org.

Narrowsburg fireworks display cancelled

Update

NARROWSBURG, NY – Following an investigation conducted by the US Fish and Wildlife Service as cited in the story below, the Lava Fire Department, sponsor of the fireworks, has cancelled the 2012 fireworks display. Sources told The River Reporter the decision came after the department learned it could face penalties and fines if negative impacts occurred to the American bald eagle family, including two adults and three young, which nests in the Narrowsburg flats.

Federal regulations specify in the National Bald Eagle Management Guidelines that Class B explosives, which include fireworks, should not be detonated within a half-mile of an active roost, or within one mile in the case of an open area such as the Delaware River.

Original story
An Independence Day dilemma; American icons at issue

A difficult discussion about the fate of two iconic American symbols is underway in the Town of Tusten. The dialogue is not new; in fact, various Tusten boards and at least three supervisors have weighed the issue of discharging Independence Day fireworks in proximity to an eagle nest built in the Narrowsburg flats, and all have continued to approve the practice by granting permission to the sponsoring parties.  Read more

Reading & book signing

June 30, 2012

Tracey Gass Ranze reads from "Storm Farmer—Collected Poems" at Delaware Arts Center, 4pm. Refreshments. 845/252-7576.

Fourth of July celebration

July 4, 2012

Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History: Paul Brennan as George Washington offers a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence to costumed interpreters of Cushetunk settlers, noon; John Conway speaks on the Declaration of Independence & the Upper Delaware river valley, 12:30pm; candle making, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving, musketry & gardening demonstrations, 2pm. Holiday hours: 10am-5pm. 845/252-6660.

By Delaine opens in Narrowsburg

NARROWSBURG, NY - A new store opened in Narrowsburg on June 2, By Delaine, featuring a variety of art and crafts created by American artists locally and from across the country.

The owners are Douglas and Judy Knight. Among the items for sale are handmade scarves and wraps made by Judy. Ten dollars from the sale of each of these goes to to RISE.

The opening was attended by, among others, Tusten town superintendent Carol Wingert and New York State Assembleywoman Aileen Gunther.

Opera: 'Otello'

June 15, 2012

DVO presents Giuseppe Verdi's Otello based on William Shakespear's tragedy at Tusten Theatre, 8pm. 845/252-7272.

Art exhibition: 'Interpretations in Fiber'

July 13, 2012 - August 4, 2012

Group show on display at Loft Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, through 8/4. 845/252-7576.

Fourth of July festivities

July 4, 2012

Parade lineup 2pm, start 3pm, chicken BBQ 4:30-6:30pm, $9, fireworks at dusk. Floats wanted: float judged as best receives: trophy, Delaware River raft trip for 4, 911 address sign, a River Reporter subscription, & a kitchen fire extinguisher. stephenstuart.2000@gmail.com or 845/701-9126.

Art exhibition: 'A Sense of Place'

July 13, 2012 - August 4, 2012

Collage by Fran Cox on display at Alliance Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, through 8/4. 845/252-7576.

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