Narrowsburg Fire Commissioner Craig Burkle alerted the Tusten Town Board of the critical need for more volunteers, both for the fire department and the emergency response team. Read more
Learn about creation/community through storytelling, music, reading, crafts, games & snacks for ages 4-11 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 8/1-5, $10. RSVP: email@example.com or 845/252-3919.
The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) learned last week that a study of the potential health impacts of gas drilling has been proposed for the Delaware River Basin. The Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is believed to be only the third of its kind in the nation and, if approved, the UDC would be invited to become a stakeholder in the process. Read more
3-day festival throughout town including old-fashioned fair, carnival games, inflatables, fireworks (Sun.), parade & take-out chicken BBQ (Mon.). narrowsburg.org or 845/252-7234.
1950s-style sock hop at the former Central School, 7pm. narrowsburg.org or 845/252-7234.
Mixed media & digital assemblages on display through 7/25 at Delaware Arts Center. 845/252-7576.
Demonstrations of blacksmithing, candlemaking, weaving, woodworking, spinning, cooking/baking, trapping, gardening, 18th century warfare/firearms (incl. "blasts from the past" by authentic cannon & muskets) at Fort Delaware Museum, Fri., Sat. & Mon., 10am-5pm, Sun., 12noon-5pm. Adults $7, ages 5-14 $4, seniors $5, under 5 free (accompanied by adult). Family passes & group rates. 845-252-6660.
Potluck picnic at Stephen & Laurie Stuart's home, 11:30am, followed by service at Tusten Settlement Church, 2pm. Gun-salute in historic graveyard follows. Refreshments. 845/252-6626.
Competition of 3-minute videos for $500 prize at Tusten Theatre, 7pm. Entry requirements: 845/252-7576.
Back in November 2009, Jill Padua closed her catering business in order to focus solely on producing Jill’s Kitchen Open Sesame Sauce, which had been a hit with her customers. The first bottling came in March of 2010, and about two weeks ago, bottle number 10,000 was purchased at Peck’s Market in Jeffersonville. Read more