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C O N F I D E N T I A L
 Volume 10                                                                        J U LY- A U G U S T
 Number 3                                                                        EDITION 2010




                                                           soar
                                                          into
                                                        summer
       COSI FAN TUTTE Saturday, July 24 at 2 pm
      (Opening Night Gala reception & perf. $75.)
    Sunday, August 1 at 2 pm     Sunday, August 15 at 2 pm
    Saturday, August 7 at 7 pm   Thursday,August 19 at 2 pm
    Friday, August 13 at 8 pm    Saturday,August 21 at 7 pm




    Performances: The Tusten Theater, Narrowsburg, NY
            Tickets $25/$22 (seniors and students.)
     Call: call 845-252-3136 or visit www.dv-opera.org




     A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY: Saturday, July 31 at 7 pm
           (Opening Night Gala reception & perf. $75)
    Friday,August 6 at 8 pm      Saturday,August 14 at 7 pm
    Sunday,August 8 at 2 pm      Friday,August 20 at 8 pm;
    Thursday,August 12 at 2 pm Sunday,August 22 at 2 pm
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         Now Serving Lunch from 11:30am G Dinner from 4:30pm, Monday-Sunday

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                                           Appetizers: Classic French Onion Soup, River Edge Pita Quesadillas,
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                                                   House Salad, Sweet Potato Wedges, Texas Cheese Fries
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                                                    Tomato & Basil Salad, Grilled Portobello & Herb Salad

              ENTERTAINMENT                             Friday & Saturday
           LIVE MUSIC FRIDAY or SATURDAY
                                                     PRIME RIB -- $15
                                                   includes salad and mashed potatoes
           ACOUSTIC OPEN MIC
                 Tuesdays: 7pm - 10pm       32oz.   SIRLOIN STEAK                 for 2*
                   Bring your guitar!      includes salad, mashed potatoes and vegetable
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                      of Every Month
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contents
  7                     Greetings from the SCVA
                        Plenty to Do, See, & Hear

  11                    Riverfest
                        Where art meets water...meets fun

  12                    Little World’s Fair

  13                    Farmstock

  16 through 18 Bed & Breakfast
                        Steal away to Carrier Street

  20 through 22 Flight of Fantasy
                        Gliding along

  24 & 25               Fine Music, Fine Settings
                        Come experience ours

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  30 through 38 Good News Calendar
                        Pages and pages of Happenings                                                           1.800.882.CATS
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                        in our County.

                                ON THE COVER
                                Soaring over the
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                                a glider is a uniquely
                                breathless experience,
                                one almost anyone
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                   Publisher        Fred Stabbert III
                      Editor        Dan Hust
Display Advertising Director        Liz Tucker
           Advertising Sales        Matt McKerrell, Susan
                                    LeBar, and Katie Peake
     Advertising Coordinator        Jean Price
       Design and Production        Rosalie Mycka
             Advertising Design     Sue Conklin
              Business Manager      Sue Owens
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plenty to do, see, and
      hear this summer
                       J   uly is filled with a multitude of
                           varied events in Sullivan County.
                       Whether you prefer history, culture,
                                                                              countywide
                                                                                • Opera at the Tusten Theatre in
                                                                              Narrowsburg
                       arts & crafts fairs, music festivals, the-               • Farming or renewable energy
                       ater, opera, cabaret, farmers’ markets,                workshops at Apple Pond Farm in
                       or flea markets, Sullivan County has                   Callicoon
                       it all:                                                  • Farmstock, with farm tours at
                          • The Bethel Woods Center for the                   various farms
                       Arts & Museum                                            • A wide and varied mix of events
                          • The Forestburgh Playhouse’s                       at Sullivan County Community
      by Roberta       stage performances of Broadway                         College in Loch Sheldrake
Byron-Lockwood         plays, children’s theatre and cabarets                   • Fly-fishing on the Beaverkill and
 President/CEO            • Delaware Valley Arts Alliance’s                   Willowemoc
 Sullivan County       gallery exhibits in Narrowsburg                          • Gliding over the ‘Gunks and
          Visitors        • The Weekend of Chamber                            Basherkill or enjoying a picnic at
      Association      Music’s Summer Festival concerts in                    one-of-a-kind parks and bridges.
                       Jeffersonville                                           Whether you’re a first-time visitor, a
                          • NaCl’s Catskill Festival of New                   second homeowner, or enjoyed a
                       Theatre in Lake Huntington                             previous trip so much that you have
                          • Riverfest in Narrowsburg                          decided to come back for a repeat
                          • Art exhibits at Catskill Art                      visit, we are happy you have chosen
                       Society and other private galleries                    Sullivan County. Enjoy your stay!



                                                     Liquidation Sale
                                                    Everything On Sale from 60 to 80% Off
                                                                        NOTHING HELD BACK!
      First and foremost, we wish to thank the many thousands of wonder-        FURNITURE... dining, bedroom pieces;
   ful folks we’ve served over the last 42 years. Our plan for 2009 was a       100's of small tables, racks; book-
   large Liquidation Sale, which would end by spring of 2010. All went          cases; desks; porch and patio & more.
   well until the horrific winter weather kept customers away, and business     LIGHTING... table & desk lamps, sconces,
                                                                                chandeliers & standing lamps.
   was so poor we even closed 2 days a week (a first in 42 years).
                                                                                HOME DECOR... mirrors, prints, wine racks,
      So, to make a long story short, we still have 8 showrooms, 2 local        room dividers, wall decor, magazine racks, etc.
   warehouses and 2 warehouses overseas jam-packed full. In our                 PLUS... serving pieces, planters, glass,
   Liquidation Sale we will be selling over 25,000 large and small              china, bookends, banks, candle items, wine holders,
   items from here and abroad. Get a bargain, save a bundle!                    jewelry, roosters, pigs, cows, and a gazillion
      Thanks, Memories                                                          more unique items... Large selection of
                                                                                ORIENTAL RUGS... scatter to room size, all colors.
                                                           We’ve Got Your Style! •        Mission • Arts & Crafts
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                                           Russell Brook Campsites
                                                   “Where the Trees Outnumber the People”
                        One of New York’s most naturally beautiful campsites. Situated in a secluded Valley high in the
                        Catskills Mts. surrounded by 18,000 Acres of forest preserve and breathtaking country streams.
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                                    • Playground• Ice, firewood • Stocked fishing ponds • Rec Hall • Modern restrooms
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where art meets water
     and dogs dress up!
  R
           iverFest, the region’s
           favorite summer festi-                                Schedule of Events
           val, is celebrating its                               9:45 a.m.: River Dogs on Parade
  20th birthday this year with                                   (registration at 9 a.m.)
  more music and entertain-
                                                                 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.: Stacy Cohen
  ment, incredibly talented                                      and Friends, local music
  artists and artisans, a dog
  parade, and information about                                  11 a.m.-3 p.m.: Kids Korner with
  the ecosystem supporting the                                   Maureen Cookingham
  Upper Delaware River.                                          12:30-2 p.m.: Poster auction, led by
    It all happens Sunday, July                                  auctioneer Jerry Malek
  25 on Main Street in
  Narrowsburg. The festivities                                   2:30-5 p.m.: Little Sparrow
  begin at 9:45 a.m.                                             2:45 p.m.: NACL stilt walkers and
    Presented by Delaware                                        theatrical performers
  Valley Arts Alliance and spon-                                 3:30 p.m.: Belly dancing with Sabah
  sored by Catskill Regional                                     and Dancers of the Dawn
  Medical Center, the 20th
  Anniversary Festival is a place
  where you can interact with artists and arti-
  sans; learn about fly-tying, gardening, the
  ecology of our wonderful Delaware River; or
  create a work of art at Kids Korner. You can
  even get your blood pressure checked.
     Artist and artisan booths line Main Street.
     You’ll be able to meet and buy from five
        potters, 10 jewelers, seven woodworkers,
                  seven textile, glass and stone
                  artists, candle and broom mak-
                            ers, painters and pho-
                                 tographers.
                                       For more
                                    information and
                                     a full schedule of
                                     events, call 845-
                                       252-7576 or
                                        visit www.
                                       ArtsAllianceSite.org.




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                                         learn the song of
                                                the land                                By Dan Hust

                                                         G
                                                                   et to know a 300-year-old tradition
                                                                   in the Catskills this summer!
                                                                     Despite our rocky soil and short
                                                         growing season, agriculture has always
                                                         been our number one industry.
                                                            Find out why by visiting the farms listed
                                                         below during Farmstock 2010. These farm-
                                                         ers will welcome visitors for a special after-
                                                         noon of interesting things to see and do:
                                                         milking cows and goats, teaching about
                                                         making maple syrup and honey, planting
                                                         crops, harvesting edible wild foods, and
                                                         raising pigs, sheep, chickens and horses for
                                                         pleasure and therapy.
                                                            There’ll be plenty of hands-on opportuni-
                                                         ties for people of all ages, and no reserva-
                                                         tions are required.
                                                            Don’t worry about getting lost – the farms
                                                         are easy to find, and their owners will be
                                                         glad to give you directions over the phone!
                                                            Just make sure you get there between
                                                         noon and 3 p.m., and bring $6 for adult
                                                         admission and $4 for children, with all
                                                         funds benefitting the farms themselves.
                                                            • Saturday, July 17: Gieger Dairy Farm, 30
Get up close and personal with a friendly cow —          Likel Road, Jeffersonville. 845-482-5729
and your friendly farmer — at Farmstock 2010,               • Sunday, July 25: Gorzynski “Ornery”
every weekend in July and August this summer!            Farm, 7381 State Route 52, Cochecton




                                                our Little
                                                World’s Fair
                                                  If you’ve never been to the Little World’s Fair, con-
                                                sider this your invitation!
                                                  Presented by the Neversink Agricultural Society for
                                                more than a century, the fair’s focus is on agriculture
                                                and animals, along with rides, games and top-name
                                                entertainment the whole family will enjoy.
                                                  So make it a point to stop by the fairgrounds off
                                                Route 55 in Grahamsville, at the foot of the Catskill
                                                Mountains, between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. on Friday,
Yes, you can pet bunnies at the Little          August 13 and Saturday, August 14, and 9 a.m. and 7
World’s Fair in Grahamsville!                   p.m. on Sunday, August 15. See you at the fair!

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                                                             Center. 845-482-3608 or 845-252-7570
                                                               • Saturday, July 31: Diehl
                                                             Homestead Farm, 93 Diehl Road,
                                                             Callicoon. 845-482-5047
                                                               • Saturday, August 14: Dirie Dairy
                                                             Farm, 1345 Shandelee Road,
                                                             Livingston Manor. 845-482-4301
                                                               • Saturday, August 21: Oak Ridge
                                                             Horse Farm, 222 Hessinger-Lare Road,
                                                             Youngsville 845-482-4686
                                                               • Saturday, August 28: Rafters
                                                             Chicken Farm, 605 Dutch Hill Road,
                                                             Roscoe. 607-498-5445.




From horses to butterflies, nature is celebrated at the Little World’s
Fair a hundred times over. For info, go to www.grahamsvillefair.com.

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steal away to Carrier Street
T
         he Catskills has been a getaway        ed at 64 Carrier Street in Liberty, New
         destination for many years. The        York. Its owners and hosts, Paul and
         reasons for this are many, includ-     Sherri Nilsen, purchased the property from
ing its lakes and rivers; its mountains and     the estate of the previous owner, Allan
forests; its close proximity to the New         Berube, in October of 2009. Allan had also
York City/New Jersey area; and its numer-       run a bed-and-breakfast at the location.
ous and varied outdoor activities and
entertainment options.
  Most of the large hotels for which the
Catskills has been known in the past have
closed. Helping to fill this vacation hous-
ing void are many excellent bed-and-
breakfast establishments.
  Bed-and-breakfasts evoke thoughts of
warmth and coziness. One expects a per-
sonal touch from the hosts, and perhaps a
connection with them that hotels and
motels do not offer. A good night’s rest is
hoped for, but it’s that home-cooked
breakfast that is anticipated.
  And that includes the newly opened
Carrier Street Bed and Breakfast.
  Carrier Street Bed and Breakfast is locat-
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RIGHT: The view from the upper
porch of the guest house dramatical-
ly showcases the main house and
the Catskill Mountains beyond.
BELOW LEFT: A warm stove is a wel-
come companion during the winter
months, while spring, summer and
fall tease out leaves and flowers of
every shape and hue. The lawn in
front of the bed-and-breakfast is a
plant-lover’s delight, replete with a
vegetable garden.
BELOW RIGHT: This spiral staircase
graces “The Loft” on the 2nd story.


           After making some needed repairs,             breakfast. The upper apartment is “The
        Paul and Sherri opened for business in           Loft,” a modern two-level unit, featuring
        the spring of this year.                         skylights, a spiral staircase, and a beauti-
           Nestled in a quiet community on the           ful panoramic view.
        outskirts of the Village of Liberty, Carrier       The lower apartment is “The Cabin,”
        Street Bed and Breakfast offers you both         with an open floor plan, Adirondack
        a peaceful refuge and ready access to the        style, featuring a gas fireplace. Both units
        area’s attractions. It is an easy walking        have sleeping, kitchen, dining and living
        distance from Liberty’s Main Street with         room areas, with their own private bath-
        its shops and numerous restaurants. Local        room and shower. This space, privacy
        attractions include 2 golf courses, bowl-        and option to eat some of your meals
        ing, a roller skating rink, miniature golf,      “in” makes Carrier Street Bed and
        boat rentals and numerous antique                Breakfast an ideal place not only for a
                    shops.                               weekend, but for a week’s vacation.
                      It is located within a mile of       “The Loft” rents for $90 a night, double
                   Liberty’s 3-mile Rail Trail and
             Walnut Mountain’s 26 acres of recre-
             ational trails. These are ideal for hik-
             ing, mountain biking, or in the win-
             ter, cross-country skiing. A ten-mile
                 drive brings you to the Bethel
                  Woods Center for the Arts, with
                  its summer concert series and
                  Woodstock museum; to
                   Monticello Raceway, with year-
                   round harness racing; and to
                       Bethel Motor Speedway for
                       stock car racing.
                          The scenic and landscaped
                       property consists of the main
                       house, a turn-of-the-century
                       Victorian. Enjoy breakfast in
                       the main dining room, on the
                       wraparound front porch, or if
                       you prefer, delivered to your
                       door.
                          The second building was a
                       carriage house which has
                       been converted into two self-
                       contained, spacious apart-
                       ments. This is the uniqueness
                       of Carrier Street as a bed-and-
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                                                                LEFT: The bedrooms are comfortable and pri-
                                                                vate, decorated in a charming country style.
                                                                BELOW: Delicious meals await those who stay
                                                                even one night, prepared by hosts Sherri and
                                                                Paul Nilsen.
                                                                BOTTOM: Kitchen areas are available for all
                                                                guests, so you can prepare your own culinary
                                                                delights!




occupancy, and “The Cabin” for $80. Special
rates apply for 5-day or weekly stays.
   A high-speed Wi-Fi Internet connection is
available, and each apartment has a DVD and
videocassette player. Bring your own movies to
watch, or watch some from Paul and Sherri’s
library! Each unit has guest-controlled heat and
air-conditioning. Use of the yard, gazebo, porch
and fire pit is yours during your stay.
   One of the interesting aspects of
Paul and Sherri’s background is that
they lived for 14 years in Spain. You
will notice the Spanish influence in
some of the decor of their kitchen
and dining room. Paul and Sherri are
also fluent in Spanish.
   Carrier Street Bed and Breakfast is
open year-round. It is a family-friend-
ly bed-and-breakfast, with children
welcome.
   If you would like to know more,
check out www.Liberty-Bed-and-
Breakfast-CarrierSt.com. If you would
like to make reservations for a night,
a weekend, a week, or more, call
Paul and Sherri at 845-747-4412, or
201-396-6417, or e-mail them at
CarrierStBedandBreakfast@gmail.com.
   Come discover the Catskills!

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              We buy, sell, and rent new and used                       Sullivan County’s Premier Award Winning
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                                                                    Immaculate accommodations all with private bathrooms, A/C,
                       Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6                          queen beds and complimentary breakfast each morning.
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                       flight of fantasy                                    By Dan Hust


W
              hy watch birds when you can           been set up,” agrees Dan Depew, the airport’s
              be one? That’s the idea, the          manager.“The thermal conditions here are
              allure, behind gliders and those      phenomenal. People come from all over.”
who fly in them.                                      Indeed, 20 privately-owned gliders call the
  That’s also the primary attraction at the         airport home, and Wurtsboro provides four
Wurtsboro Airport, the oldest still-operating       of its own for scenic rides and training.
soaring site in America.                              That’s right – you can learn to fly a glider
  And what a sight it is – especially from the      at the Wurtsboro Airport.
cockpit of a glider sailing on the air over the       Take a test ride first: try one of the two
Bashakill Valley and Shawangunk Ridge.              popular Schweizer 2-33s or one of the two
  It is those geological features, in fact,         new Schleicher ASK 21s.All four are two-
which have kept the Wurtsboro Airport a             seaters, but the latter are also high-perform-
favorite gliding destination since its creation
in 1927.The winds sweeping in from the
west dive into the valley, then slam into the
ridge, shooting high up into the air.
  Coupled with the area’s thermals (rising
warm air),Wurtsboro provides ample oppor-
tunities for gliders to catch and keep the
needed lift to remain aloft.
  “It’s the ridge and the way the airport’s

          RIGHT: The cockpit of an historic
       Schweizer 2-33 — one of two avail-
      able for rental at Wurtsboro Airport
        — can seat two adults, allowing for
           training or just plain sightseeing.
      FACING PAGE, ABOVE: Pilot Adam
      Bastiani is one of several profession-
     al glider pilots who take people aloft
                   every day at Wurtsboro.
      FACING PAGE, BELOW: Wurtsboro
      Airport s historic hangar houses this
          Cessna L-19 Bird Dog tow plane.

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ance aircraft.                                 emulate, gently soaring above the gorgeous
  And you thought engines drove perform-       Catskills countryside, fresh air streaming past
ance...                                        (and through) the panoramic windows.
  “It’s the greenest form of aviation on the     On a good day, when thermal activity is
planet,” Depew points out.                     optimal, you can glide for hours.
  To be fair, these gliders do require an        For such a long flight to be economical
engine to get airborne – the airport employs   (scenic rides are $75 for 20 minutes and
two Cessna L-19 Bird Dogs to tow gliders       $135 for 40 minutes), you really ought to
out over Kohl’s massive Distribution Center    consider learning to fly a glider. Instruction
and the charming Village of Wurtsboro.         costs just $30 an hour ($60 in the new-fan-
  But once the 200-foot cable is disconnect-   gled ASK 21s).The FAA requires a minimum
ed, these gliders turn into the birds they     of seven hours and a flight test before it




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grants a license, available only to those                              powered flight.
aged 16 or older.                                                         Hangar and tiedown
  Three certified flight instructors are                               spaces are available for
available at various days and times (one                               those owning aircraft,
is full-time), and four tow pilots ensure                              and seasonal and catered
that, if the weather is good, you won’t                                events round out the
have to wait long to get up in the air.                                offerings. Even gift cer-
  “And I’m always looking for new                                      tificates are on hand!
pilots to come and work with us,” says                                    Walk-ins are always
Depew.                                                                 welcome, but Depew
  The airport is truly Depew’s pride                                   advises that those inter-
and joy, reflecting the care and money                                 ested in rides call ahead,
owner Shalom Lamm has poured into                                      as the weather can
the historic facility.                           ground flights as readily as at major commer-
  “He flew here when he was young,” Depew        cial airports.
relates of his boss, adding that Lamm has cre-     The numbers are 845-888-2791 and 845-
ated a non-profit to oversee the airport prop-   283-1590 (Depew’s direct line).
erty.While several acres are available for         Want to check things out first? Logging on
development, the airport itself now has a        to www.wurtsboroairport.com will give you
deed requiring its use as such in perpetuity –   a wealth of information, but nothing beats a
so long as people support its operations.        personal visit.The airport is easily accessible
  “The development of the airport is going       even by boring old ground transportation,
to save the airport,” explains Depew, noting     located right along U.S. Route 209 a mile
how tough last year’s weather proved to be       north of Wurtsboro (Route 17’s Exit 113).
on the airport’s finances.“If you’re going to    Look for the signs directing you to Barone
support the Wurtsboro Airport, do it this        Road, which serves as the airport’s driveway.
year!”                                             Be forewarned, though: if the day’s nice
  And there are plenty of ways to do so. In      and the view stunning, you’ll be tempted by
addition to glider rides, the airport also       the friendly staff – or one of the pilots – to
offers a Cessna 172 and a gorgeously pre-        head up high.
served 1941 Waco biplane for scenic tours.         Feel free to give in to that temptation, of
The 172 is also available for instruction in     course...




                                                              Pilot Adam Bastiani is quite
                                                              at home in this Schweizer 2-
                                                              33 glider, which literally
                                                              lays on the grass when it’s
                                                              not soaring high over
                                                              Wurtsboro Airport.
                                                              ABOVE: A tiny string
                                                              attached to the nose of the
                                                              glider indicates wind flow
                                                              over the craft so a pilot can
                                                              maximize lift and control.
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fine music
       in fine settings
                     By Dan Hust



S
        ullivan County’s Catskills are not          14, each at 7 p.m.; or Friday, August 6
        lacking for culture. In fact, our           and Friday, August 20, each at 8 p.m.: Lee
        wide-ranging musical offerings are          Hoiby’s “A Month in the Country.”
a highlight of the summer months!                   Weekend of Chamber Music
  Our favorites of the finer things in life           The Weekend of Chamber Music is far
can be found in the following schedules             more than one weekend. Indeed, it has
of the Delaware Valley Opera, the                   come to define summer in western
                                                    Sullivan County.
Weekend of Chamber Music and the
                                                      Accomplished musicians of all back-
Shandelee Music Festival – must-sees for            grounds distinguish this festival with their
lovers of the performing arts.                      skills, maintaining an appreciation for pas-
                                                    sionately performed classical composi-
Delaware Valley Opera                               tions. A special emphasis is put on youth,
  Hosted within the historic Tusten                 with all events free to those under 18.
Theatre in downtown Narrowsburg, the                  This year’s season is called “Chaos,
Delaware Valley Opera infuses the river             Color and Contrast,” and will be hosted at
valley with song and passion.                       the Eddie Adams Farm in Jeffersonville.
  This is community theater at its most             For more information and tickets, log on
dramatic and colorful, ably performed by            to www.wcmconcerts.org.
talented locals and skilled artists of the
opera world.                                          • Friday, July 16 at 7 p.m.: At Work &
  That symbiosis is reflected in the 2010           Play Behind the Notes, an open rehearsal
season, featuring works by a classical mas-         with the WCM artists for the next
ter and a talented area resident. For more          Saturday’s concert. Free!
information and tickets, call 845-252-3136            • Saturday, July 17 at 4 p.m.: Pre–con-
or log on to www.dv-opera.org.                      cert talk with the artists. At 5 p.m.: Tea
                                                    Time Concert with music by Haydn,
  • Saturday, July 24; Sunday, August 1;            Bartók, de Falla, & Rebel.
Sunday, August 15; Thursday, August 19,               • Thursday, July 22 at 7:30 p.m.:
all at 2 p.m.; or Saturday, August 7 and            MusicTalks! at the North Branch Inn in
Saturday, August 21, each at 7 p.m.; or             North Branch. Virtuoso violinists Nurit
Friday, August 13 at 8 p.m.: Mozart’s “Cosi         Pacht and Yuval Waldman in conversation
Fan Tutte” or “The School for Lovers.”              and performance about Bartók’s “44
  • Sunday, August 8; Thursday, August              Duos.”
12; Sunday, August 22, all at 2 p.m.; or              • Friday, July 23 at 7 p.m.: At Work &
Saturday, July 31 and Saturday, August              Play Behind the Notes, an open rehearsal;

    24   C AT S K I L L S C O N F I D E N T I A L                                  J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 0
 BELOW: The Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg,
 home of the Delaware Valley Opera.
 RIGHT: Eddie Adams Farm in Jeffersonville,
 host of the Weekend of Chamber Music.
 FACING PAGE: The sloping lawn behind
 the Shandelee Music Festival’s Sunset
 Concert Pavilion.




watch as 2010 Summer Festival High             Evening of Chamber Music featuring
School Interns coach with the WCM artists      Misha Keylin, violin, and Cullan Bryant,
& perform a short work. Free, with dona-       piano
tions welcome.                                   • Thursday, August 19 at 8 p.m. and
  • Saturday, July 24 at 7 p.m.: Pre–con-      Saturday, August 21 at 3 p.m.: The
cert talk with the artists. At 8 p.m.: Grand   International Artists of Shandelee, students
Finale Concert with music by Haydn,            and solo pianists.
Bartók, Debussy, Dutilleux & Fauré. Gala
Meet–the–Artists reception follows on the
barn porch.

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cians – and young people who are well
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  In fact, these young adults perfect their
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Shandelee’s forests in a program recog-
nized and supported by famed piano
maker Steinway and Sons.
  Book your tickets early by calling 212-
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piano                                               cottage, all with private bath, tv, a/c, and free wi-fi.
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calling all
Woodstock
   fans!
T
        he Museum at Bethel Woods
        invites all 1960s and Woodstock
        fans to contribute to its collection
and be an active participant in the future of
The Museum. In conjunction with its
upcoming special exhibit, “Collecting
Woodstock: Recent Museum Acquisitions,”                          ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✻ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✻ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✻ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻
         The Museum has announced an
           official call for historic objects.                                                                                                         Music and Art Fair or the decade of the
                      If you own an object                                                                                                             1960s and would be interested in sharing it
                            that is related to                                                                                                         with the world, not only at the present
                             the historic 1969                                                                                                         time, but for generations to come, then The
                               Woodstock                                                                                                               Museum would like to hear from you.
                                                                                                                                                          Please visit www.bethelwoodscenter.org/-
                                                Whether you                                                                                            museum/about/contributeartifact.aspx for
                                                 wore it,                                                                                              information on the process of submitting
                                                 carried it or                                                                                         artifacts.
                                                  took it in
                                                                                                                                                          Museum director Wade Lawrence
                                                  August of
                                                   1969, your                                                                                          explained, “Please don’t send your artifacts
                                                   Woodstock                                                                                           to The Museum unless we have seen the
                                                    memorabil-                                                                                         item and have asked you to send it to us.
                                                    ia may be                                                                                          We must first see a photo of the item being
                                                     museum-                                                                                           offered and hear a bit about its history in
                                                     worthy!                                                                                           order to evaluate whether it is appropriate
                                                                                                                                                       for the permanent collection.”
                                                                                                                                                          The Museum started collecting Sixties and
                                                                                                                                                       Woodstock festival artifacts while it was
                                                                                                                                                       being built. Since opening in 2008, The
                                                                                                                                                       Museum has continued to acquire artifacts.
                                                                                                                                                       The most interesting and significant acquisi-
                                                                                                                                                       tions often come from donors who have a
                                                                                                                                                       love of the decade and who enjoy knowing
                                                                                                                                                       that their treasured object will be preserved
                                                                                                                                                       and enjoyed by others in exhibits at Bethel
                                                                                                                                                       Woods.
                                                                                                                                                          To celebrate artifacts collected by The
                                                                                                                                                       Museum to date, and the donors who gave
                                                                                                                                                       them, a new special exhibition “Collecting
                                                                                                                                                       Woodstock: Recent Museum Acquisitions”
                                                                                                                                                       will open on July 29, 2010 and run through
                                                                                                                                                       January 2, 2011. The exhibit, which

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                                                 ✽ ✼ ✻ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽ ✼ ✽ ✼ ✻ ✽
includes photographs, objects, and
ephemera from the 1969 Woodstock festival,
features 30 new festival images from 5 pho-
tographers; festival artifacts that have never
been previously displayed; and a video
compilation of rare Woodstock footage,
interviews, home video of the festival, and
live music audio from the concert.
   Admission to this special exhibition is
included in the regular Museum admission.
   And don’t forget “Connecting
Woodstockers,” the Woodstock Alumni                                                                            launched, festival attendees may visit the
Association. Starting July 29, anyone who                                                                      Bethel Woods homepage to access the
attended the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art                                                                      “Connecting Woodstockers” page and com-
Fair will have the opportunity to become a                                                                     plete a survey about their experience at the
part of The Museum                                                                                                        festival. All information contained
archive and the perma-                                                                                                      therein will become part of a
nent history of the fes-                                                                                                       searchable museum archive
tival by joining an                                                                                                              about festival attendees,
exclusive                                                                                                                           and will be used by
Woodstock                                                                                                                             scholars, educators,
attendee data-                                                                                                                         students and the gen-
base.                                                                                                                                  eral public to enrich
   Once this                                                                                                                           their understanding
exciting data-                                                                                                                         about the festival and
base is                                                                                                                                decade!




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                                                         more information, call 434-8044.
Fri., July 16 — Bethel Farmers Market, Rte. 55,          Sat., July 17 — Carlos Santana at Bethel Woods
Kauneonga Lake; July 16-Sept 3; Fridays 3-               Center for the Arts, in Bethel; 7pm doors open;
6pm; free admission. Local produce, fruit,               8pm show time. Carlos Santana on the Pavilion
cheese, dairy, bakery,spices, honey, syrup,              Stage - Carlos and the Santana Band will be
plants, cut flowers and much more. Music,                joined on the road by special guest Steve
demonstrations, crafts and art showcased                 Winwood, opening the show. For information
weekly. For information, call 292-9241 or 583-           or tickets, call 454-3388 or 866-781-2922.
4808.                                                    Sat., July 17 — Farmstock 2010, Gieger Dairy
Fri., July 16 — Exhibit, Brandi Merolla,                 Farm, Jeffersonville; noon to 3 p.m. Enjoy a
Photography, at Alliance Gallery, in                     special afternoon of interesting things to see
Narrowsburg; July 16-Aug 7; Tues-Fri 9am-5pm             and do: milking cows, goats, learn about
& Sat 10am-4pm. For information, call 252-               maple syrup and making honey, raising pigs,
7576.                                                    sheep, chickens and horses for pleasure and
Fri., July 16 — Exhibit, Now & Then - Mixed              therapy, edible wild foods, and raising healthy
Media curated by Jan Biron, at Loft Gallery, in          plants. Much hands on opportunities for peo-
Narrowsburg; July 16-Aug 7; Tues-Fri 9am-5pm             ple of all ages. No reservations required. For
& Sat 10am-4pm. For information, call 252-               information, call 482-5729.
7576.                                                    Sun., July 18 — Weekend of Chamber Music
Fri., July 16 — Weekend of Chamber Music                 Sunday Concert, Eddie Adams Farm,
Summer Festival - At Work and Play Behind                Jeffersonville; 5 p.m., $25; free 18 and under.
the Notes, Eddie Adams Farm, Jeffersonville; 7           Music by Haydn, Bartók, DeFalla & Rébel, &
p.m., free admission. Come behind the scenes             includes a harpsichord concerto, sextet &
for an open rehearsal with the WCM artists.              more. A pre–concert talk will be held from 4
For more information, call 932-8527.                     to 4:30. For more information, call 932-8527.
Sat., July 17 — Battle of Minisink, Barryville.          Sun., July 18 — River Run, Delaware River,
Re-enactors from the Navasing Long Rifles and            Callicoon; 5K race down River Road, a beauti-
Third Ulster Militia will be encamped at the             ful, flat course along the scenic Delaware
park from the evening of July 16 to the morn-            River. Novice to experienced runners; walkers
ing of July 18. Visitors are welcome throughout          welcome. For information, call 887-5155.
the weekend, particular-                                                   Tues., July 20 — Stage
ly for their demonstra-                                                    Performance - Singin’ in the
tions of battle develop-                                                   Rain - at the Forestburgh
ments from 12-2 p.m.                                                       Playhouse & Tavern,
Saturday. At 2:30 p.m.,                                                    Forestburgh; July 20-Aug 1;
the authors of “So Many                                                    Tues - Sat evenings @ 8pm &
Brave Men: A History of                                                    Wed @ 2pm, Sun @ 3pm. Don
the Battle at Minisink                                                     Lockwood has just become
Ford”, will give a pres-                                                   Hollywood’s newest silent
entation on their new                                                      screen star when a rival studio
book published by The                                                      releases its first talking picture,
Pienpack Company. Mark Hendrickson, Jon                  “The Jazz Singer” to enormous success! Now
Inners, and Peter Osborne will deliver the               every one must scramble to make movies that
hour-long program at the park pavilion. The              talk and sing and dance, all while trying to sal-
traditional memorial service will take place at 4        vage the career of the chipmunk-voiced lead-
p.m. at the park’s hilltop monument. The                 ing lady. Some of the most memorable musical
observance will include a gun salute, place-             moments ever captured on film like “Good
ment of wreaths, reading of the names of the             Morning”, “Make ‘Em Laugh”, “Broadway
battle dead, and remarks by dignitaries. For
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Melody (Gotta Dance)” and the title song are                                      Cristóbal, an Argentine man accused of various
brought to three-dimensional life on stage. For                                   crimes, including stealing original Charles
more information, call 794-1194.                                                  Darwin manuscripts from rare book libraries
Thurs., July 22 — Weekend of Chamber Music                                        around the world. For more information, call
Summer Festival Music Talk, North Branch Inn,                                     557-0694.
North Branch; 7:30pm; $15; free 18 & under.                                       Fri., July 23
An informal evening of virtuoso fiddling.                                         — Catskills Festival of New Theatre, at NACL
Refreshments for sale. For information, call                                      Theatre, in Highland Lake; July 23-Aug 1;
932-8527.                                                                         Sundays @ 8pm; Admission on a sliding scale
Fri., July 23 — Botanical Art Workshop, at                                        between $10-20 (Pay-what-you-may). An inter-
Catskill Art Society, in Livingston Manor; July                                   national festival of contemporary theatre by
23-Aug 27; Fri @ 10am-1pm; Members $180,                                          companies from the USA, Canada, and
Non-Members $195. Six consecutive Fridays -                                       Australia. Over the course of ten days, NACL
study botanical drawing with graphite, water-                                     will present performances by some of the
color pencil and watercolor. Focus on scien-                                      most exciting contemporary artists of today.
tific aspects of specimen growth. For teens                                       The artists that we present in our festival cre-
and adults – all levels welcome. Please call                                      ate original and delightfully unique perform-
for materials list. For more information, call                                    ances that redefine and sometimes defy the
436-4227.                                                                         usual patterns and standards of theatre cre-
Fri., July 23 — NACL Theatre/Catskill Festival                                    ation and presentation today. The festival has
of New Theatre, Highland Lake - DARWIN II -                                       a long history of presenting experimental work
8pm; $10-$20 Pay-What-You-May. The                                                by outstanding companies from around the
Comeuppance of Man: A swashbuckling, one-                                         world. For more information, call 557-0694.
man tour de farce that deftly skewers every-                                      Fri., July 23 — Weekend of Chamber Music
thing you think you know about Darwin, deep                                       Summer Festival, At Work and Play Behind the
time, evolution, and survival of the fittest.                                     Notes, Eddie Adams Farm, Jeffersonville; 7
Created by Brett Keyser and playwright Glen                                       p.m., donations welcome. Come behind the
Berger, Darwinii features Keyser in the role of                                   scenes for an open rehearsal, & watch as 2010

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goodnews MORE                                     Sat., July 24 — Cosi Fan Tutte, at Delaware
                                                  Valley Opera (DVO), in Narrowsburg; 7pm;
                                                  $25/$22 (seniors/students). Mozart’s Cosi Fan
                                                  Tutte, the comic masterpiece of seduction and
                                                  disguise involves two innocent young couples,
Summer Festival High School Interns coach         manipulated for money and fun by two cynical
with the WCM artists & perform a short work.      friends, spun by Mozart’s genius into a succes-
For more information, call 932-8527.              sion of exquisite arias and ensembles with sur-
                                                  prising results. For more information, or tick-
Sat., July 24 — Catskill Festival of New          ets, call 252-3136.
Theatre, NACL Theatre, Highland Lake; 8pm;
$10-$20 Pay-What-You-May. A Walk in the City      Sat., July 24 — Weekend of Chamber Music
Great Small Works presents a summer smor-         Summer Festival Grand Finale Concert, Eddie
gasbord of Papier Teatre and Banklsang            Adams Farm, Jeffersonville; 8pm; $30; free 18
including "A Walk in the City" inspired by the    & under. Music by Haydn, Bartók, Fauré,
work of Italo Calvino, directed by Roberto        Debussy, Dutilleux, includes quartets, duos &
Rossi, a new installment of the surreal news      more. A pre–concert talk will be held from 7
serial, “The Toy Theater of Terror As Usual”      to 7:30. Gala meet–the–artists reception fol-
and "The History of Oil" with paintings by        lows. For information, call 932-8527.
Janie Geiser. Great Small Works is a collective   Sat., July 24 — Workshop: Getting Your
from New York City whose members are John         Artwork on the Web, at the Catskill Art Society,
Bell, Trudi Cohen, Stephen Kaplin, Jenny          in Livingston Manor; 12-4pm; Member $40,
Romaine, Roberto Rossi and Mark Sussman.          Non-Member $50. Participants will receive
GSW produces the Toy Theatre Festival at St.      instruction on how to publish their portfolio
Ann’s Warehouse in New York City. For more        digitally. Their work may then be displayed on
information, call 557-0694.                       the Internet, or burned to a CD for distribu-
Sat., July 24 — Civil                                            tion. For more information, call
War Weekend at                                                   436-4227.
Walnut Mountain                                                  Sun., July 25 — Catskill Festival of
Park, in Liberty; July                                           New Theatre, NACL Theatre,
24-25; General admis-                                            Highland Lake; 8pm; $10-$20 Pay-
sion $10, Senior citi-                                           What-You-May. Actress Portraits.
zens $8, Kids 5 &                                                Three mid-career actresses have
under free. Come see                                             been given the task to create a
how the Civil War                                                short and entertaining self- portrait
was fought, how the                                              that explores their history, train-
soldiers lived day to day, the uniforms and       ing, and current work as a contemporary the-
equipment they used and the ways they             atre artist. For more information, call 557-0694.
passed the endless hours between engage-          Sun., July 25 — Farmstock 2010 at Silver
ments. For more information, call 295-9297.       Heights Farm, in Cochecton Center; noon to 3
Sat., July 24 — Celtic Woman at Bethel Woods      p.m. Enjoy a special afternoon of interesting
Center for the Arts, in Bethel; 7pm doors open;   things to see and do: milking cows, goats,
8pm show time; $89.50, $69.50, $49.50, $40,       learn about maple syrup and making honey,
$29, $20 Reserved for this Pavilion only con-     raising pigs, sheep, chickens and horses for
cert. Celtic Woman are an all-female vocal        pleasure and therapy, edible wild foods, and
ensemble performing various traditional and       raising healthy plants. Much hands on oppor-
contemporary Celtic-based songs. Often com-       tunities for people of all ages. No reservations
pared to such artists as Clannad, Enya, and       required. For more information, call 482-3608.
Loreena McKennitt, Celtic Woman also puts on      Sun., July 25 — Riverfest, downtown
a live stage show that shares much in common      Narrowsburg, along Main Street; 10 a.m. to 5
with similarly minded shows such as               p.m. A music, art and environmental festival
Riverdance and Lord of the Dance. For infor-      featuring artists and artisans, a kids korner, live
mation, call 454-3388 or 866-781-2922.            poster auction, live music and great food. For
Sat., July 24 — Exhibition, Cindy Shechter &      more information, call 252-7576.
Linda Sokolowski, at Catskill Art Society, in     Sun., July 25 — Vietnam Speaker Series, at
Livingston Manor; July 24-Aug 29; Thurs-Sat       Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel;
11am-6pm, Sun 11am-3pm; Free admission.           2pm; free admission with entry ticket to the
For more information, call 436-4227.
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goodnews   MORE                                      to reserve your reservation. Space is limited
                                                     due to the anticipation of a large turnout;
                                                     make arrangements to have your Troop arrive
                                                     on Friday evening for tent camping, and your
Bethel Woods Museum. Commemorating                   own Troop programming. Events will begin
Operation Babylift - Lana Noone, a participant       Saturday morning. Included in the pricing will
in Operation Babylift from its earliest days, will   be 3 meals, Saturday BBQ lunch, BBQ dinner,
talk about the positive legacies that this           and a continental breakfast on Sunday, Tent
extraordinary rescue effort has had in the peri-     Camping, and a participation patch for each
od since the end of the Vietnam War. Together        registered person. Other concessions will be
with her daughter, Noone will share her story        available for purchase. For information, call
in a presentation that includes photographs,         201-768-0933.
music, art, and more. For more information,
                                                     Sat., July 31 — Catskill Festival of New
call 454-3388 or 866-781-2922.
                                                     Theatre, NACL Theatre, Highland Lake; $10-
Thurs., July 29 — Catskill Festival of New           $20 Pay-What-You-May. Fact: Much of our
Theatre, NACL Theatre, Highland Lake; 8 p.m.,        community in New Orleans has vanished. We
$10-$20, pay-what-you-may. Other-wise “This          are living on land in Southeast Louisiana that is
morning I lost my homework and the dog ate           disappearing at the rate of one football field
my gender.” Other-wise is a gutsy transgender        every forty-five minutes. Award-winning per-
one-person magical multimedia comedy.                formance innovators ArtSpot Productions and
Other-wise is a tender letter to the actor’s fami-   Mondo Bizarro, in collaboration with the Gulf
ly, brought to life on stage, exposing the emo-      Restoration Network, present Loup Garou a
tions and experience of a transgender person.        new environmental performance that uses rig-
Animated creatures whisk us into worlds of           orous physicality, poetry, music and visual
magic as Sunny explores body image, learning         installation to investigate the deep intercon-
to fly and getting comfortable with contradic-       nectedness between land and culture in
tions. As funny as it is moving, Other-wise is       Louisiana. With morning performances begin-
testament to the courage it takes to be true to      ning at sunrise and evening performances end-
oneself. For more information, call 557-0694.        ing at sunset, Loup Garou is part performance,
Fri., July 30 — Catskill Festival of New Theatre,    part ritual, part howl to the world about south-
NACL Theatre, Highland Lake; 8pm; $10-$20            east Louisiana’s plight. For more information,
Pay-What-You-May. People4Change follows              call 557-0694.
three young professionals who join forces to         Sat., July 31
make a difference in the world after witnessing      — Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, at Bethel
a sudden death on the subway tracks. Their           Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel; 7pm Doors
efforts to “help the world,” range from the          open; 8pm Show Time; $89, $70, $59, $40, &
naïve to the sublime when they open a                $29 Reserved, $20 Lawn; $60 Family 4-Pack
phonebook and start calling random people            Lawn; $10 Youth Lawn 17 and under, with a
for donations to their various causes. In a          paid adult ticket. Featuring Idina Menzel,
world inundated with global information (and         Soloist and Keith Lockhart, Conductor. For
global suffering), self-help and spiritual           more information, call 454-3388 or 866-781-
panaceas, and contradictory common values,           2922.
we are examining the frustration, isolation, and
                                                     Sat., July 31 — Farmstock 2010, Diehl
passion of ‘Generation Y-ers’ in North America.
                                                     Homestead Farm, Callicoon; noon to 3 p.m.
For information, call 557-0694.
                                                     Enjoy a special afternoon of interesting things
Fri., July 30 — An evening with Sting, perform-      to see and do: milking cows, goats, learn
ing his most celebrated songs featuring the
Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra con-
ducted by Steven Mercurio on the Pavilion
Stage, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in
Bethel; 7pm Doors Open; 8 pm Show Time;
$180, $150, $80, $60 Reserved, $36 Lawn. For
information, call 454-3388 or 866-781-2922.
Sat., July 31 — 100th Anniversary of Scouting,
Ten Mile River Scout Camp, Narrowsburg;
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goodnews  MORE                                     ence suggestion to shape what they play. For
                                                   information, call 557-0694.
                                                   Tues., Aug. 3 — Stage Performance - Fame -
                                                   Forestburgh Playhouse & Tavern, Forestburgh;
                                                   Aug 3-15; Tues - Sat evenings @ 8pm & Wed @
about maple syrup and making honey, raising        2pm, Sun @ 3pm. Set in the 1980’s, during the
pigs, sheep, chickens and horses for pleasure      last years of New York City's celebrated High
and therapy, edible wild foods, and raising        School for the Performing Arts, "Fame" is the
healthy plants. Much hands on opportunities        story of a diverse group of students as they
for people of all ages. No reservations            commit to four years of grueling artistic and
required. For information, call 482-5047.          academic work and confront issues of preju-
Sat., July 31 — Festival, Bicentennial Park,       dice, identity, self-worth, and everything that
Grahamsville, 10:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. The                                               makes adoles-
always enjoyable fair with an old time                                              cence thrilling
feel includes children's activities, corn                                           and terrifying at
shucking, horsehoe and skillet throwing                                             the same time.
contests, ball race down the rapids, pie                                            For more infor-
auction, local history exhibits DELICIOUS                                           mation, call
chicken bar-b-que and more! Call 985-                                               794-1194.
2262.                                                                               Wed., Aug. 4 —
Sat., July 31 — A Month in the Country,                                             John Mayer and
Delaware Valley Opera, at Tusten Theatre,                                           Train on the
in Narrowsburg; 7pm; $25/$22                                                        Pavilion Stage
(seniors/students). Lee Hoiby’s A Month                                             at Bethel
in the Country, based on Turgenev’s tragic-        Woods Center for the Arts, Bethel; 7pm doors
comedy, was first performed at the New York        open; 8pm Show Time; $69.50, $49.50, $39.50
City Opera in 1964 and called “a wonderful         Reserved, $36 Lawn 4-Pack Lawn $117. For
new opera, a loveliness steeped in sadness         information or tickets, call 454-3388 or 866-781-
and, at once, lightness.” The opera will be        2922.
sung in English. For information, call 252-3136.   Fri., Aug. 6 — DELAWARE VALLEY OPERA
Sat., July 31 — Street Fair, downtown              (DVO), Tusten Theatre, Narrowsburg; 8pm;
Callicoon, vendors line the main streets of        $25/$22 (seniors/students). Lee Hoiby’s A
Callicoon with merchandise from A-Z. Food,         MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, based on
music and entertainment complete the day’s         Turgenev’s tragic-comedy, was first performed
activities.                                        at the New York City Opera in 1964 and called
Sun., Aug. 1 — Antiques in August, at the          “a wonderful new opera, a loveliness steeped
Monticello High School, Forestburgh Rd.,           in sadness and, at once, lightness.” The NY
Monticello; 51st Annual antique show and sale      Times wrote: “You could carp that Mr. Hoiby's
to benefit the Auxiliary of Catskill Regional      music is too conservative and tonal, but I was
Medical Center. Parking available, please no       too busy being engrossed by it, and by the
strollers. Aug 1-2; 8/1 @ 10am-6pm; 8/2 @          opera's psychological insight and grateful vocal
10am-4pm; $5 admission. For information, call      writing, both equally rare.” The opera will be
794-3300 ext 2186.                                 sung in English. For more information, call
                                                   252-3136.
Sun., Aug. 1 — Catskill Festival of New Theatre,
NACL Theatre, Highland Lake; 8pm; $10-$20          Fri., Aug. 6 — Performing Arts Workshop for
Pay-What-You-May. Based on interviews with         Children, at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts,
local residents about water, and riffing on the    in Bethel; Fridays Aug 6-27; $106 per child
theme of interconnectedness, Strike Anywhere       ($60 for an additional sibling) and includes a
will spontaneously spin out a performance          CD, songbook and Janice Center shirt. Music Is
piece in a style dubbed “3D-Jazz”. Strike          Magic: Kids & Music Workshop - The Janice
Anywhere interdisciplinary ensemble of world-      Center has developed an original 4-week ses-
class jazz musicians, modern dancers, and          sion held exclusively at Bethel Woods featuring
actors are known for their use of SOUND-           songs, beats, rhythms and instruments express-
PAINTING, the live composing sign language,        ing a '60s theme. In addition to the distinct
the ensemble creates art in the moment, allow-     music, the classes integrate the Bethel Woods
ing intuition, the sounds of the room and audi-    experience into the weekly one-hour sessions.

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Classes will be held in the beautiful Event        farmers, civic organizations, environmental
Gallery as well as The Great Lawn (weather         groups and vendors. For more information,
permitting). For information, call 454-3388 or     call 439-4810.
866-781-2922.                                      Sun., Aug. 8 — Opera, Lee Hoiby’s - A Month
Sat., Aug. 7 — Anglers Market and Fly Fishers      in the Country - by the Delaware Valley Opera
Summerfest, Catskill Fly Fishing Center&           (DVO), at the Tusten Theatre; 2pm; $25/$22
Museum, Livingston Manor; Aug 7 & 8. Anglers       (seniors/students). Based on Turgenev’s tragic-
meet for one of the largest outside fly fishing    comedy, was first performed at the New York
flea market and collectible shows in the world.    City Opera in 1964 and called “a wonderful
For more information, call 439-4810.               new opera, a loveliness steeped in sadness
Sat., Aug. 7 — O.A.R. on the Pavilion Stage at     and, at once, lightness.” The NY Times wrote:
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel;       “You could carp that Mr. Hoiby's music is too
7pm doors open; 8pm show time. For informa-        conservative and tonal, but I was too busy
tion or tickets, call 454-3388 or 866-781-2922     being engrossed by it, and by the opera's psy-
                                                   chological insight and grateful vocal writing,
Sat., Aug. 7 — From the Group Up! at Cutting       both equally rare.” The opera will be sung in
Garden, in Youngsville, from noon to 4 p.m.        English. For information, call 252-3136.
Fifth annual festival celebrating all things
grown, produced and created in Sullivan            Sun., Aug. 8 — Vietnam Speaker Series, at
County and the Upper Delaware Valley. For          Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel;
more information, call 482-3333.                   2pm; free with admission ticket to Bethel
                                                   Woods Museum. Answering the Call: Women
Sat., Aug. 7 — Cosi Fan Tutte, Delaware Valley     in the Military during Vietnam - Wilma Vaught,
Opera (DVO), at Tusten Theatre, in                 Brigadier General, USAF (Retired), will share
Narrowsburg; 7 p.m., $25/$22 (seniors/stu-         her experience as a woman who broke
dents). the comic masterpiece of seduction and     through many barriers confronting women in
disguise involves two innocent young couples,      general, and particularly women in the armed
manipulated for money and fun by two cynical       forces. During her 28-year career, she became
friends, spun by Mozart’s genius into a succes-    one of the most decorated military women in
sion of exquisite arias and ensembles with sur-    US history. For more information, call 454-3388
prising results. For information, call 252-3136.   or 866-781-2922.
Sat., Aug. 7 — Shandelee Music Festival,           Tues., Aug. 10 — Shandelee Music Festival
Livingston Manor, Aug. 7 - 21. The 2010            Concert, Livingston Manor, 8 p.m. Featuring
Shandelee Music Festival Sunset Concert Series     Yoon Soo Rhee - solo piano. All Sunset
will feature internationally acclaimed classical   Concerts are followed by specialty dessert and
solo and chamber concert artists. Due to limit-    "meet the artist" receptions where you will
ed seating, paid reservations are required. For    have the opportunity to relax, see friends and
information, call 439-3277.                        make new acquaintances. Seating is limited,
Sat., Aug. 7 — Shandelee Music Festival             please don't delay! For information, call 439-
Opening Night Concert, Livingston Manor,             3277.
8 p.m. Mak Grgic - guitar. All Sunset                 Thurs., Aug. 12 — Opera, Lee Hoiby’s - A
Concerts are followed by specialty dessert            Month in the Country - by the Delaware
and "meet the artist" receptions where you            Valley Opera (DVO), at the Tusten Theatre;
will have the opportunity to relax, see             2pm; $25/$22 (seniors/students). Based on
friends and make new acquaintances.                 Turgenev’s tragic-comedy, was first performed
Seating is limited, please don't delay! For          at the New York City Opera in 1964. The NY
information, call 439-3277.                             Times wrote: “You could carp that Mr.
Sun., Aug. 8 — Jubilee Day at                             Hoiby's music is too conservative and
Catskill Fly Fishing Center &                              tonal, but I was too busy being
Museum, Livingston Manor. A day                            engrossed by it, and by the opera's psy-
for the local communities and fly                         chological insight and grateful vocal writ-
fishing center to celebrate mile-                        ing, both equally rare.” The opera will be
stones ending in 5’s and 0’s. We                        sung in English. For information, call 252-
recognize birthdays and                                  3136.
anniversaries with free cake                             Thurs., Aug. 12 — Shandelee Music
and family entertainment. We                             Festival Concert, Livingston Manor; 8 p.m.
host local crafters, businesses,                       "An Evening of Chamber Music" featuring

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goodnews  MORE                                      Sat., Aug. 14 — Rock ‘n Roll Extravaganza, at
                                                    Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, in Bethel;
                                                    6pm Doors Open; 7pm Show Time; $59, $45,
                                                    $40 and $25 Reserved and $19.50 Lawn.
                                                    Starring Lou Christie who penned the hits
David Requiro - cello and Cullan Bryant -           “Lightning Strikes” and “The Gypsy Cried”, Jay
piano. All Sunset Concerts are followed by spe-     Siegel and the Tokens famous for the classic,
cialty dessert and "meet the artist" receptions     “The Lion Sleeps Tonight", Rock n Roll Hall of
where you will have the opportunity to relax,       Fame Inductees The Teenagers best remem-
see friends and make new acquaintances.             bered for their smash “Why Do Fools Fall In
Seating is limited. For information, call 439-      Love”, The Dubs who asked the world “Could
3277.                                               This Be Magic”, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame
                                                    Inductee Shirley Alston Reeves original lead
Fri., Aug. 13 — Naked Bodies, Naked Souls -
                                                    singer of The Shirelles who sang “Will You Still
Mixed media curated by Jan Kapera, at the Loft
                                                    Love Me Tomorrow”, The Classics and their
Gallery, in Narrowsburg; Aug 13-Sept 4; Tues-
                                                    popular “Till Then” and from Brooklyn's Santo
Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10am-4pm. For more infor-
                                                    & Johnny it's Johnny Farina of “Sleepwalk”
mation, call 252-7576.
                                                    fame. For tickets or information, call 454-3388
Fri., Aug. 13 — Candy Spilner - Sculptural          or 866-781-2922
Painting, at Alliance Gallery, in Narrowsburg;
                                                    Sat., Aug. 14 — Shandelee Music Festival
Aug 13-Sept 4; Tues-Fri 9am-5pm & Sat 10am-
                                                    Concert, Livingston Manor; 8 p.m. "An Evening
4pm. For more information, call 252-7576.
                                                    of Chamber Music" featuring Misha Keylin- vio-
Fri., Aug. 13 — Little World’s Fair, Grahamsville   lin and Cullan Bryant - piano. All Sunset
Fairgrounds; Aug. 13 - 15. Old-fashioned family     Concerts are followed by desserts and "meet
fun. For information, call 985-0530 or 985-2500.    the artist" receptions where you will have the
Fri., Aug. 13 — Cosi Fan Tutte, Delaware Valley     opportunity to relax, see friends and make
Opera (DVO), at Tusten Theatre, in                  new acquaintances. Seating is limited, please
Narrowsburg; 8 p.m., $25/$22 (seniors/stu-          don't delay! For information, call 439-3277.
dents). the comic masterpiece of seduction and
disguise involves two innocent young couples,
manipulated for money and fun by two cynical
friends, spun by Mozart’s genius into a succes-             • CANOE • RAFT
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Sat., Aug. 14 — Farmstock 2010, Dirie Dairy                 On The Delaware River
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an afternoon of interesting things to see and
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syrup and honey, raising animals for pleasure
and therapy, edible wild foods, and raising
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