Sullivan County Audubon's Annual Dinner at the Rockland House, 5pm. Superintendent Kristina Heister, of the Upper Delaware National Park Service, is the speaker addressing the stewardship of the National Parks in the 21st Century. Open to public. Reservations required by 10/10. Don't forget to bring a bird related raffle prize.
The second annual Trout Town Oktoberfest at the Roscoe Beer Company brewery, 11am-5pm. A whole day of family fun. The day's activities will include games for kids and families, hay rides, special Oktoberfest beer release, pumpkin painting, local vendors, live music and more. 607/290-5002.
Annual Trout Town Parade and Festival, 11am. Line up will be at Roscoe Central School. Flea market/craft fair/taste of Roscoe will be held that day at Niforatos Field. Roscoe Free Library annual Duck Race at Riverside Park, 3pm. Ducks are available for sale: $3 for one, two for $5, five for $10. 845/439-4039.
Celebrate America with us and enjoy classic cars, live music, food, craft beer, games & activities and a great time for the whole family! The day kicks off with Roscoe's Independence day stepping off at 11am in downtown Roscoe, then follow the cars right on up to the brewery where they will be parked for you to enjoy!
The BBQ & Brews Fest at Roscoe Beer Company, 145 Rockland Rd., at 12 noon. The festival will feature live music, games and activities, a beer release party and two large tasting tents. The event will host several local breweries and BBQ establishments. 607/290-5002.
The Sullivan County Visitors Association will host its annual Literature Exchange in the Roscoe NY Beer Company parking lot at 145 Rockland Rd., 3-6:30pm. BBQ, games and activities.
Roscoe Presbyterian Church rummage sale. The sale runs from April 20 to April 23, open 9:30am-5pm; open till 7pm on Wednesday. 607/498-5144.
The Anglers Market at RRFD Community Center, 10am–4pm. There will be all sorts of fishing gear to purchase. Local author books to purchase. 607/498-5464 or 607/498-6024.
Roscoe Kiwanis Club's annual pancake breakfast at the Roscoe Community Center, 7am-12noon. There is a free will offering for pancakes, eggs, sausage, real local maple syrup, OJ, coffee or tea. All proceeds benefit the youth of the community.
The Roscoe–Rockland Chamber will hold the annual Two Headed Trout Dinner at the Rockland House, starting with appetizers at 6pm, followed by prime rib dinner. Raffles, 50/50 tickets, silent auction, door prizes, guest speaker. Tickets $45. 607/498-5464.