Chicken barbecue in Faith Hall at the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Rt. 17 B, across from Bethel Medical Center, 4:30-6:30pm. Donations are $12 for ½ chicken and $8 for ¼ chicken meal. Take-outs available. For advance tickets, call 845/583-7082.
Tricky tray at the White Lake FireHhuse, 1596 SR 17B. Doors open at 5:30pm, calling at 7pm. Admission $1 donation. Many items, including 32-inch flat-screen TV. Refreshments available. All proceeds will benefit the Sullivan/Orange Walk to End Alzheimer’s. 845/482-5430.
The Bethel town board has adopted zoning changes that prohibit the expansion of nonconforming uses; a nonconforming use is one that in previous years was allowed but has since been banned because of zoning updates – for instance a summer camp in a residential neighborhood. Read more
The Town of Bethel Penny Social Committee annual Fall Penny Social to support the Bethel Youth Scholarship Fund, held at the Duggan Community Center. 845/583-4350.
A Christmas Bazaar at Faith Hall, 6 Mattison Rd. (across from Bethel Medical on Rt. 17 B), 10am–3pm. Check out items that would make affordable Christmas gifts, decorations and all kinds of wares.
Ham Dinner at Faith Hall beside the Reformed Presbyterian Church of White Lake, 4:30-6:30pm. Take-outs are available. Donations are $10 for adults, $7 for ages 5-12, children age 4 and under are free. 845/583-7082.
The death of Robert Schenk, 33, of Narrowsburg in a head-on collision on State Route 17B on August 2 sparked action on the part of Sullivan County Sheriff Mike Schiff, who vowed to step up police presence in an effort to curb the many accidents that occur on the busy highway. Read more
Bethel Flea Market on the corner of 17B and Pine Grove Rd. Antiques, jewelry, shoes, bags, Dollar Store fruits and vegetables, crafts, household goods and more. All vendors and yard sellers welcome. 845/798-5088.
Craft and flea market at Faith Hall, 6 Mattison Rd., 9am-4pm. Hamburgers, hot dogs and other treats available from food concession. Sponsored by Faith Ministries for the purpose of fundraising to support events for community families. Held rain or shine. 845/583-7082.
The meeting of the Town of Bethel on May 28 attracted more people than usual as a number of residents came to voice their displeasure over the volume of the amplified music that pulsed over the hills surrounding Bethel Woods Center for the Arts until 2 a.m. over the Memorial Day Weekend. Read more