Thank you to all the litter pluckers. Your work makes a difference and grooms our roadways for all of us. Visitors coming to our area love the clean, country feeling they sense as they meander along our roads, and you contribute to that experience. (We love the feeling, too.)
Here are a couple of reminders for you:
On Saturday, May 3, step back in time with Aztec Two-Step performing “Classic Duos,” a concert of songs by Simon and Garfunkel and the Everly Brothers, in addition to their own acoustic folk rock classics. Their album “Real Simple” was named one of the top five classic folk albums of all time along with works by Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, Phil Ochs and Tom Rush. Won’t we be lucky to hear them, and won’t they be lucky to perform in one of the best classic theaters of all time, the Tusten Theatre? Tickets can be purchased in advance at Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, 845/252-7576. Tickets cost $25 for the performance and an additional $10 if you would like to have preferred seating and meet the artists at a reception after the performance.
Don’t forget to get your tickets for the St. Paul’s Church annual chicken barbeque. This take-out barbeque will be held on Sunday, May 14. Meals may be picked up at the parish hall of St. Paul’s Church on Erie Street between 12 noon and 1:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10 each. Parishioners are selling tickets in advance, or you may call 845/252- 3919 for more information.
Last reminder: Take a few moments to walk around Bridge and Main streets to see all the new daffodils in bloom. The Main Street merchants and members of the Narrowsburg Beautification Group planted them last year. There was concern that the long winter would have kept the bulbs from showing their glory, but they made it. Spring must be here.