The Roscoe Chamber of Commerce will celebrate Mardi Gras at the Rockland House, 6-10pm. Light appetizers, buffet, dessert, coffee/tea. Cash Bar, live music by Jon Zanger, and dancing. Raffles, 50/50 tickets, prize giveaways. Limited seating. Reservations a must. Tickets: $35 each. 607/498-5222 x-306.
After a long wait, Roscoe Beer Company has announced the approval of its brewer’s permit, along with plans for expansion. The company can now begin to plan to build a larger brewery either at its 145 Rockland Rd. location or another location in Roscoe. The company also plans new brews with input from members of their home brewers club. Read more
The United Church will hold their annual Holiday Craft Fair at the Roscoe Community Center, 10am-4pm. All handmade items will be available for sale. Family portraits by Jaclyn Day will be available upstairs at the Community Center during the Holiday Craft Fair. 845/807-6214.
Come follow the luminaries through Riverside Park, 6pm. Roscoe Central School band led by Kelly Bullis will perform holiday songs. There will be a bonfire, hot cocoa and cookies. 607/498-5397.
Roscoe's Kiwanis Club annual Christmas tree sale at Roscoe-Rockland Fire Dept. Community Center, 10am-5pm, or until all trees are sold. All trees cost $25. 607/498-6158.
The Roscoe Central School PTA Holiday Dessert “Silent Auction” at the Roscoe/Rockland Community Hall, doors open at 6:30pm, winners will be announced at 7:30pm. Coffee and tea will be served. 607/498-9940.
Roscoe Parent Teacher Association (PTA) annual variety show in the Roscoe Central School auditorium, 7pm. Admission: $5 adults, $4 senior citizens, $3 students, 4 years and under free. There will be baskets raffled off and a 50/50 drawing between the first and second acts. Refreshments will be available during intermission. 607/498-4126.
Dinner at the Roscoe Central School cafeteria sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Roscoe, 5-7pm. There is a suggested donation of $10, and the menu will include roast beef, cole slaw, rolls, gravy, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, green beans, pie, coffee, tea and milk. Take-outs available. 607/498-5747.
The Roscoe Players present “The Beverly Killbillies,” a murder mystery dinner theatre presentation at Tennanah Lake’s Wolfe 1910, 6pm. $35 per person includes appetizers, entree, dessert and show. 607/498-5363 ext. 306, 607/498-5464.
TroutoberFest, a fall fly-fishing festival, at the Beaverkill Angler. Features a number of fly tyers, presentations, classes, and free food. With over one dozen fly tyers/instructors/presenters from six different states. 607/498-5194.