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Teen Flix

August 27, 2012

Write, shoot, direct & act in your own movie fro ages 13-18 at Tusten-Cochecton Library through 8/31, 10am-12:30pm, $45. 845/252-6583.

Blood drive

August 11, 2012

Tusten town hall, 10am-2pm. 800/733-2767.

Art exhibition: 'Art in Bloom'

August 10, 2012 - August 12, 2012

Group show at Krause Recital Hall, Delaware Arts Center, through 8/12. 845/252-7576.

Animal communication workshop

August 12, 2012

Learn to communicate w/ your pet introductory workshop at 93 Erie Ave., 1:30-3:30pm, $30. Bring photos of pets. RSVP: or 845/588-2023.

Art exhibition: 'Time & Place'

August 10, 2012 - September 1, 2012

Prints, paintings & sculptural books by Kathleen Hayek & GG Stankiewicz on display in Loft Gallery, Delaware Arts Center, through 9/1. Artist talk & printmaking demo: 9/1, 1-3pm. 845/252-7576.

From exotic animals to accessory apartments

The Town of Tusten zoning rewrite committee plugged away on a list of unresolved items at its latest meeting on Monday, July 23.Probably the most hotly argued issue concerned the use of accessory buildings to house family members like aged parents.  Read more

Q&A with Aileen Gunther

August 3, 2012

Tusten town hall, 1pm, all welcome to ask questions about NYS government.

Photography workshop for teens

July 26, 2012

Learn how to make light sculptures in the dark at Tusten-Cochecton Public Library, 6-8pm, free. Wear dark clothing, bring something that makes light & props for experimenting. Camera & tripod optional. RSVP: 845/252-3360.

Art exhibition: 'Animals & Farms'

July 21, 2012 - September 8, 2012

Landscapes & animal boards by Cheryl Korg on display at River Gallery through 9/8. 845/252-3238.

22nd annual RiverFest, July 22

NARROWSBURG, NY — Three things that characterize what makes the Upper Delaware River region so special—music, art and the environment—will be celebrated on Narrowsburg’s Main Street during the 22nd annual RiverFest, held this Sunday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., overlooking the Delaware River.  Read more

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