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Songs + Stories Sunday

June 2, 2013

Songs + Stories Sunday at The Old North Branch Inn, 4-7pm. Hosted by singer songwriter Karen Hudson. Songs: Jeff Lackey (of the Raddyos), stories: Ramona Jan (guest reader). Cost: $5. 845/482-5925.

Musician's Hang

May 19, 2013

Musician's Hang at The Old North Branch Inn, 4-7pm. No cover. Come hang and play and check out the place. Light fare and beer and wine available. 845/482-5925.

Roast beef supper

April 27, 2013

The North Branch Volunteer Fire Department is having its 71st annual roast beef supper at the North Branch Fire House, 4-8pm. Donations: adults & take-outs $11, children 12 and under $5, children under 5 free. There will also be door prizes and raffles. 845/482-3213.

Corned beef and cabbage dinner

March 16, 2013

Grace Lutheran Church, 4:30-7pm. Eat in or take out. Adults $10, children $5, under 5 free. 845/482-3689.

Grace Lutheran Church installation service

February 10, 2013

Grace Lutheran Church will hold a formal installation
service for two interim pastors, Rev. Dr. Norman David of Boston, MA and Rev. William Louie of Queens, NY at 11am.

Environmental theater

September 15, 2012

Scenes performed from plays & real life stories at the Old North Branch Inn, 2-4pm, $8 incl. wine & cheese. RSVP: 347/230-2388.

Catskill Citizens volunteer meeting

June 23, 2012

Join the frack fighting team at Old North Branch Inn, 11am-1pm. 845/468-7063.

MusicTalks!

July 26, 2012

Weekend of Chamber Music at North Branch Inn, 7:30pm, $20. 845/887-5803.

Roast beef supper

April 28, 2012

Firehouse, adults/take-outs $11, ages 12 & under $5, under age 5 free. Raffles, door prizes.

New lead in 1996 North Branch murder;‘I think he just wanted to kill somebody’

In 1996, the body of 48-year-old Demetrius Carter was found in a basement of a North Branch residence. Carter had been shot, tied up with duct tape and rolled up into a rug. The residence at the time was called Loyalty Lodge and was a home for adult AIDS patients. It was owned by the parents of a man named Besham “Brian” Sugrim.  Read more

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