Catch the ride at the Old School Bus Garage, 2-5pm. Loops the town. Kissing booth photos on the Mews Alley. Sponsored by Main Street Merchants.
Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library will hold preschool story time, every Wednesday, 1pm. Free event and craft. Registration required. 845/252-3360.
Katie's Cafe, a free lunch and conversation hour, will take place at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 31 Erie Avenue, 12 noon-1pm. Come for a meal and meet up with old and new friends. 845/252-3919.
NARROWSBURG — Upper Delaware Council (UDC) annual meeting, including election of officers, 211 Bridge St., 7pm. Open to the public. Call 845/252-3022 or visit www.upperdelawarecouncil.org.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Learn how to use your new smart device at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of Western Sullivan Public Library. Also free computer classes and support every Saturday—support from 10am-1pm; class from 1-3pm; registration requested.
At its December meeting, the Tusten Town Board passed a resolution to ban the use of fracking brine on any town roads. The text of the resolution appears in the sidebar. All members of the board voted in favor of the resolution. Councilman Ned Lang was not in attendance.
The use of fracking brine on roads has been banned on county roads in Sullivan, and so far the Town of Tusten is the only town in the county to pass a ban. On June 21, 2012 the Sullivan County Legislature adopted Resolution 248-12, which is similar to Tusten’s resolution. Read more
Free computer support at Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, every Saturday, 10am-1pm.
After a lengthy December 5 debate, the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) approved a letter to Damascus Township warning that two Verizon broadband cell towers awaiting final local approvals will not meet River Management Plan (RMP) standards. Read more
Hundreds of people turned out to see Santa Claus and his pals on Saturday night in Narrowsburg in front of the old school. Many kids ran around in the snow, slipping and sliding down the hill, as they awaited Santa’s arrival. Soon music and lights could be heard as the Santa Express made its way onto Bridge Street from Route 97, after already making stops in Eldred, Glen Spey, Barryville and Yulan. Read more
At the Tusten Town Council meeting in November, the council members discussed the possibility of the town buying the abandoned Narrowsburg School and its 14-acre lot. The school closed and was boarded up in 2005, and is being sold by John Hector Realty. Read more