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Art exhibition: Cheryl Korb

June 25, 2011 - August 20, 2011

Paintings by local primitive artist on display at River Gallery through 8/20. rivergalleryny.com or 845/252-3238.

Baseball league cries foul

The Narrowsburg Chamber of Commerce is planning an “Old Fashioned Family Fair” for the Fourth of July weekend with “midway games, inflatables and prizes.” But the planned festivities have struck a sour note with Joe Curreri, president of the Wayne County Babe Ruth Baseball League.  Read more

First Fridays Contemporary Writers Series

July 1, 2011

Tusten-Cochecton Library: open mic 7:30pm, visiting authors Eaylore & Marie-Elizabeth Mali 8pm, free. Public welcome.

'Flicks From the Underground'

June 25, 2011

Conclusion of DIGit festival at Tusten Theatre, 7pm, by donation. 845/252-7576.

Art exhibition: 'Stratum'

July 1, 2011 - July 23, 2011

Fiber art by Kathy Grady on display at Delaware Arts Center through 7/23. 845/252-7576.

Art exhibition: 'Peaceable Kingdom'

July 1, 2011 - July 23, 2011

Group exhibit on display at Delaware Arts Center through 7/23. 845/252-7576.

Summer artists residency available

June 23, 2011 - July 2, 2011

Residency & studio space available to 1 artist, 7/15-10/1. Proposals accepted through 7/2. 845/252-7576.

Tusten fireman sounds alarm

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

Vacation Bible school

June 16, 2011 - July 31, 2011

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: stpaulsnarrowsburg@gmail.com or 845/252-3919.

Health study of natural gas proposed for region

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

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