Narrowsburg News 11/23
It sure seems like someone changed the way we keep time. There seem to be fewer minutes in an hour and fewer hours in the day. It just must be. Just a short time ago we were watching as children were dressed in costume trick-or-treating, and now we see signs of Christmas all around, even though Thanksgiving is this week.
One sure sign the holidays are upon us is the opening of the Art in Sixes show at DVAA. This is the show were no piece of art may exceed six inches in any direction. Prices are affordable for the new collector or to give original art as a gift. The opening was on Saturday, and there were so many people that you almost felt like you were on the subway at rush hour. If it was too crowded to view all the art, remember the show will be up until the week before Christmas.
A tricky tray event sponsored by the Tusten Youth Commission will take place on Sunday, December 3 in town hall. The event begins at 4 p.m., with the bonus of Santa’s visit at 5 p.m. That will be Santa’s first visit to Narrowsburg, but he will join us again at the long-awaited ribbon cutting to officially welcome our new Main Street overlook deck on Saturday, December 9. The ribbon cutting will be at 4:30 p.m., followed by the tree lighting and then Santa’s visit. If that is not enough, remember the Santa Express will be coming through Narrowsburg on December 10—but more about that visit next time.
So now, with time passing so quickly, I’m not sure if you should receive wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving or a Happy Holiday. I guess all good wishes are in order. Embrace the spirit of the season and join family and friends for this magical time of year.