It is the last week of August, and we are getting ready for school to start! I hope you were able to get to the Grahamsville Little World’s Fair this past weekend and visit with our local 4H …
It is the last week of August, and we are getting ready for school to start! I hope you were able to get to the Grahamsville Little World’s Fair this past weekend and visit with our local 4H youth that were showcasing their agriculture and livestock exhibits. It was so nice to see so many still exhibits and animals this year and the kids do an amazing job.
The Town of Cochecton Planning Board is holding a public hearing at the town hall on Thursday, August 31 at 7:30 p.m. concerning the Fosterdale-Four Corner Plaza project. The formal legal notice was printed in the River Reporter on August 17 and 24. The town’s website also has the legal notice posted.
If you have questions, call Earl Bertsch, chairman of the planning board, at 845/932-7973.
In case you missed it, mark your calendars for a gala dinner in appreciation of Lake Huntington on Saturday, September 9.
Buy tickets online at www.tinyurl.com/LakeGala2023 or call 845/701-2152. All proceeds go toward supporting lake-conservation efforts. There are also sponsorship opportunities available; email email@example.com for more information.
A “Gem of Cochecton: Lake Huntington” video is also being produced. As we celebrate the natural beauty and cherished memories of our beloved lake, the organizers are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to participate in this exciting project.
The Lake Appreciation Gala aims to foster a sense of togetherness, celebrate the beauty of our lake, and promote environmental awareness and preservation efforts. To volunteer and participate in the video shoot, fill out the form at www.forms.gle/ahZ9DP9SRjssK8pB9 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Attn: Video.
Let’s make this Lake Appreciation Gala an event to remember.
Learn more at www.Lakehuntington.org.
Visit the second annual Diehl Homestead Farm Fall Festival on Sunday, October 8 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. It’s located on Diehl Road in Callicoon, NY. There are beautiful fall views, and there will be delicious BBQ and family fun. Hayrides, bouncy house, kiddie hay maze, face painting, maple cotton candy, fresh apple cider donuts and more are on offer.
There will be craft and food vendors as well as the farm’s maple, honey, pumpkins, apples, cider, garlic and more.
Join Buck Brook Alpacas for National Alpaca Day on Saturday, September 23 from 12 noon to 4 p.m. for a free event. There will be farm tours, fiber demonstrations, face painting, an obstacle course, an alpaca costume contest, refreshments and more. The farm is located at 12 Bestenheider Rd., Roscoe, NY.
Vendors are wanted for the annual Delaware Youth Center Holiday Craft Fair on Friday, November 24. The rental fee for each 2.5-foot-by-8-foot table is $30. Set-up starts at 8:30 a.m. and the sale takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. To reserve your table, fill out the form on the youth center website and pay the $30 vendor fee by Saturday, October 14. For more information, visit www.delawareyouthcenter.org/holiday-craft-fair.
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