LIBERTY, NY — Upstate Cycle Studio will hold its grand opening brunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 4 (ribbon cutting at 12 noon). Upstate Cycle Studio, located at 187 Mill St., Suite 9, is an indoor cycling studio bringing you a full-body workout on a bike. Beat, bike, burn to your favorite music!
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market will kick off its season this Memorial Day Weekend, on Friday, May 26 from 5 to 8 p.m. The market, located at The Narrowsburg Union, will be held every Friday through October 6. This is the only Friday night market in the Sullivan County Catskills.
MONTICELLO, NY — Monticello High School Environmental Science is competing to win a playground made from recycled oral-care waste through the fourth annual Recycled Playground Challenge, courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive, ShopRite and the recycling company TerraCycle.
NARROWSBURG, NY — After 42 years, Elaine Giguere is retiring from her post as executive director of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. Tickets are now on sale for “A Toast to Elaine” on Saturday, June 17 from 6 to 9 p.m. at The Narrowsburg Union, 7 Erie Ave.
PIKE COUNTY, PA — Pike County residents are invited to visit www.delawarehighlands.org/pike-county-survey to complete a brief online survey and to share their opinions about protection of the clean water, healthy lands and scenic views that contribute to the high quality of life a
CALLICOON, NY — A furniture and design business with two related stores has opened at 24 Upper Main Street, right next to the Western Hotel.
LIVINGSTON MANOR, NY — All three beers entered by Catskill Brewery for judging at this year’s annual TAP-NY Craft Beer and Food Festival in Hunter took home medals. In the Sour Beer category, Eye of Newt, a Flanders Red Ale, took the gold medal.
LIBERTY, NY — There will be an open house and ribbon cutting for Liberty Market, 71 North Main St., on Saturday, May 20 at 2 p.m.
GLEN SPEY, NY — The Glen Spey Troop 102 Boy Scouts admitted four Boy Scouts to the Eagle Court of Honor on April 30 at the Lake Champion Dining Hall.
German-born Philip Neff immigrated to the U.S. in 1918. He and wife, Augusta, settled in Fosterdale in 1923 to manage the government-controlled recreation farm known then as the Worker’s Benefit Fund. There is history worthy of sharing about the Fosterdale Recreation Farm, which will follow in weeks to come.