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SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Catskill Pride is offering $250 grants to support LGBTQIA+ people in …
Or if you can spare the funds, you can help others
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Catskill Pride is offering $250 grants to support LGBTQIA+ people in their time of need.
The Lifesavers program grants are intended to help individuals who are experiencing hard times, to help pay for life’s necessities and aid people in building a better future.
The funds are offered to those who qualify.
There are assistance opportunities for emergency home repairs, utilities, health and education available to single parents, veterans, minorities, women and transgender people.
Catskills Pride funds are limited to residents of Sullivan County. Grants are made on a one-time basis. Availability of funds is a key factor.
Catskills Pride is a 501(c)3, nonprofit organization that supports and celebrates LGBTQIA+ people and their allies in the Catskills region of New York.
The organization can help fund:
Education—Going back to school is both challenging and exciting. We can assist with some of the expenses.
Single women—Supporting single women is meant to help correct the imbalance our society places on women.
Disabled people—Help to improve the quality of life of a person with disabilities, and ease the challenges and burdens that they face.
Single parents—Assistance is available to help a single parent stay afloat and avoid a financial crisis.
Catskills Pride will not fund:
Interests that are religious or political in nature,
Events, conferences, seminars, galas or fundraising events.
If you have questions about the grant program or application process, email Brent Saunders, treasurer, Catskills Pride at Brent@CatskillsPride.com. The application can be found at bit.ly/45jF25d.
Donations would allow Catskills Pride to help more people. If you can afford to give, you can find the Donate button at www.catskillspride.com.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — With Pride around the corner, Catskills Pride will host a happy hour, kicking off Pride Month at Catskill Provisions Tasting Room from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, May 28.
Catskill Provisions owner Claire Marin is co-chair of Pride Callicoon.
Last year, the tasting room was one of three venues that hosted Pride events and it was the first time Callicoon celebrated Pride Month.
Catskills Pride invites all to dance and celebrate what Pride is all about. The afternoon will be hosted by Belle Pepper, and DJ Damani will provide the music.
LAYTON, NJ — Explore Peters Valley School of Craft during its annual Art in the Park Day on Sunday, May 28 from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. The historic campus is located one mile from the Dingmans Ferry Bridge.
This outdoor event will include artist demonstrations in blacksmithing, ceramics, fibers, fine metals, printmaking, weaving and woodworking. Hands-on activities for children and adults will be offered.
Craft exhibitors, demonstrators and community organizations will display and sell their work.
Sorry, no pets will be allowed on campus during this event.
Visit www.petersvalley.org for more information.
ELDRED, NY — The 2023 Bradstan Cabaret Series will launch its new season with a performance by Broadway veteran Jessica Molaskey at 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 28. Molaskey will be joined by world-renowned guitarist John Pizzarelli.
Tickets cost $55 for general admission and $65 for premium, and can be purchased at www.theeldredpreserve.com/cabaret.
For more information, call 845/557-8316.
HONESDALE, PA — Emergency Medical Services of Northeastern Pennsylvania and Wayne Memorial Hospital will host a child car-seat safety check from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturday, May 27 in the hospital’s outpatient parking lot.
The event is part of National EMS Week, May 21 through 27, and National EMS for Children Day, which was celebrated on May 24.
Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians will inspect car seats free of charge and demonstrate how to correctly install and use them. Children must be present for the car-seat check. Important safety information will be available regarding age, height and weight requirements for car seats and boosters, as well as installation and seat expiration dates.
The parking lot is located at 601 Park St.
Pennsylvania law dictates that until the age of two, children must use a rear-facing car seat until the child outgrows the maximum height and weight constraints designated by the manufacturer.
Children aged four through eight must be in an approved booster seat when riding in a vehicle.
A limited number of car safety seats will be available for parents or guardians unable to purchase one. All information and services at this event are free of charge.
For more information, call Bob Carpenter at 570/655-6818.
LIBERTY, NY — Radio Catskill WJFF will hold its music yard sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 27 at 2758 Rte. 52. The station promises bargains on vinyl, audio equipment, speakers and more.
Pay with cash or Venmo.
For more information, visit wjffradio.org/events/radio-catskill-music-yard-sale/.
HONESDALE, PA — The Stoop Kidz Brass Band plays a mix of pop, hip hop covers and original music and will perform at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 26 at the Cooperage Project.
One of the goals of the Cooperage this year has been to bring a variety of music to Honesdale, a spokesperson said.
Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased at www.thecooperageproject.org.
The Cooperage is located at 1030 Main St.
For more information about the Stoop Kidz Brass Band, visit the band on Facebook.
For more information, visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
PIKE COUNTY, PA — The Greater Pike Community Foundation, the Wayne County Community Foundation and more have teamed up to host NEPA Gives from Thursday, June 1 to Friday, June 2.
For 24 hours—from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.—on June 1 and 2, donors can make secure donations to their favorite local nonprofit organizations through the NEPA Gives online platform.
Donations to participating nonprofits will be enhanced with bonus funds provided by NEPA Gives sponsors—making donor dollars stretch further
More information can be found at www.nepagives.org.
SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — The Sullivan County Democratic Committee will have both candidate information and voter registration information available at the following events this summer:
Trout Parade on Saturday, June 10 in Livingston Manor
Tractor Parade on Sunday, June 11 in Callicoon
Juneteenth celebration on Monday, June 19 in Monticello
Fourth of July celebration on Tuesday, July 4 in Liberty
And there are more. For more information, visit scnydc.org.
SCRANTON, PA — Steamtown National Historic Site will offer a train ride to the Gouldsboro craft show and flea market, held on Saturday, May 27. Departure times are scheduled for 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
You can ride the train through the woods to the Gouldsboro train station and museum. The station was built in 1905 when Gouldsboro was originally called Sand Cut—named by the railroad workers for the abundance of sand that was found while constructing the railroad tracks, according to visitnepa.org.
Later, the town was renamed “Gouldsboro,” after Jay Gould, an infamous robber baron who built a tannery in the area in 1856. He closed the tannery in 1861 and moved into the business of monopolizing railroads of the west.
The station houses a museum, gift shop, covered pavilion and restrooms—all handicapped-accessible. Gouldsboro is a cash-only station and venue, with no ATM available.
Tickets cost $6 for adults and kids over the age of 5 and $1 for kids aged 5 and under. Tickets can be purchased at www.recreation.gov.
For more information, visit www.nps.gov/stea/index.htm.
HYDE PARK, NY — The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site and the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum will host a series of free, public events over Memorial Day Weekend, from Saturday, May 27 through Monday, May 29.
On Saturday, May 27 and Sunday, May 28, the Duffle Bag from Patterson will present a weekend of historic military displays and a World War II encampment on the Roosevelt Library’s front lawn.
Re-enactors in battle dress will be on hand to share their love of history with the visiting public. Collections of military uniforms, weapons, insignia from 1917 to the present day and military vehicles will be on display.
From Saturday, May 27 through Monday, May 29, the Hyde Park Education Foundation will host a Field of Honor flag display at the national historic site. Hundreds of American flags will fly in a patriotic display, honoring heroes.
On Memorial Day, the National Park Service will host a graveside memorial service at 1:30 p.m. in the Rose Garden at the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
For more information, visit www.nps.gov/hofr/index.htm.
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