Potluck dinner (BYOB) & Concerned Citizens updates at Tusten Town Hall, 6-10pm. 845/252-3518.
2012 grants for cultural programs available through Decentralization Program of New York State Council on the Arts, administered by Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, for arts programs (i.e. concerts, arts publications, exhibits, literary programs, lectures, theater performances, film screenings, workshops, etc.). Guidelines/applications: ArtsAllianceSite.org. Mandatory attendance at grantwriting seminar for 1st-time applicants held at Delaware Arts Center, 11am. RSVP: 845/252-7576.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 4:30-7pm, adults/take-outs $10, ages 6-12 $6, age 5 & under free. 845/252-3919, 887-4135 or 252-7131. Benefits church roof replacement.
Architectural, landscapes & still lifes by Philip Jostrom on display at River Gallery through 9/24. 845/252-3238.
Icehouse Arts bring "Kid Flix" (ages 8-11) & "Teen Flix" (ages 12-18) to Tusten-Cochecton Library, 10am-12:30pm & 2-4:30pm, $35. Write, shoot, direct & act in a movie. Public screening follows workshop. 845/252-6583.
Mixed media exhibit by Nancy Palubniak at Alliance Gallery, Delaware Arts Center through 9/17. 845/252-7576.
“None of my detractors have ever been harmed in any way by me or my business; two of my biggest detractors are trying to sell their over-priced riverfront homes.” That was from Wayne Holbert who spoke at a meeting of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) on August 4, about the Holbert Bluestone Quarry in Lackawaxen, PA. Read more
The food pantry had only been open for 15 minutes on July 28, when there was a line out the door. Adults waited with their children to receive rationed food from the ecumenical food pantry in Narrowsburg. Read more
All-you-can-eat at the town hall, 8am-12noon. Hosted by Tusten Lions.
Historian Jan Quackenbush speaks at Tusten-Cochecton Library: The importance of oral history in contemporary society, 2pm; introduction to collecting, preserving, archiving & presenting oral histories, 3pm. Free, public welcome.