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Ongoing Events: May-June, 2014

Ongoing Events

Here we'll feature groups and events that meet on a regular basis. If you have an event you'd like to post, email it to trishadams@earthlink.net


May Ongoing Events

Ongoing Events

Here we'll feature groups and events that meet on a regular basis. If you have an event you'd like to post, email it to trishadams@earthlink.net


Ongoing Events this month

Ongoing Events

Here we'll feature groups and events that meet on a regular basis. If you have an event you'd like to post, email it to trishadams@earthlink.net


That's Entertainment: Events from July 30 to August 8, 2014

Wednesday, July 30
The Roxbury Arts Group presents a concert in Veteran’s Memorial Park, Stamford at 7 p.m. with regional group “Harmony Street & Second Avenue”.  In case of rain, the performance will be relocated to Stamford Central School.  Come with family and friends, bring boxed dinners from home or pick up a bite to eat at a local restaurant, and don’t forget a chair or blanket to sit back on and enjoy an evening of doo-wopp and rhythm and blues in the park. Admission is free. For more information please visit www.roxburyartsgroup.org, or call the Roxbury Arts Group at 607 326-7908.
The Andes Roundtable welcomes attorney and Middletown Town Justice John Fairbairn III.  John will speak on the experience of growing up, going away to school, returning to the same small town for a career, what it’s like to be a lawyer and a judge in Margaretville and the differences of dealing with the law as an attorney vs. a judge. John, the son of Dr. John and Sally Fairbairn, was raised on an ever-evolving farm right here in the Catskills. He graduated from Margaretville Central School, earned his bachelor’s degree from Binghamton University, and his law degree from Albany Law School in 2006, passing the bar exam on the first try.  He practices law in Margaretville and in January of this year he was elected town justice serving the Town of Middletown. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.
Retired teacher Deborah Olivero will lead a how-to bead program at the Fairview Public Library at 5 p.m. During the Beautiful Beads program, participants will use their imagination to create a unique piece of jewelry with beads.  Registration is required.  Contact the Fairview Public Library at 586-3791 or mail@fairviewlibrary.org to learn more or to register.

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That's Entertainment: Events from July 23 - August 2, 2014

Wednesday, July 23-Friday, Aug. 1
The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center will host a “Summer Clearance Sale” at its Thrift Shop on Main Street, Margaretville from July 21-August 1. The sale will include: adult summer outerwear, blazers and suits at $2; adult shorts, capris, short-sleeved and sleeveless tops and swimsuits at $1; adult sandals at $1 and children's sandals $0.50; all children's summer clothing $0.50. The Auxiliary Thrift Shop is located at 850 Main Street, Margaretville. Hours are: Monday-Saturday noon to 4 p.m., except Wednesdays open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. For additional information, please call 845 586-3737.
Wednesday, July 23
The Andes Roundtable presents Marguerite Uhlmann-Bower, herbalist, registered nurse, and outdoors educator who will give a talk on how some invasive plant species can be a dense nutritional food and have secondary medicinal benefits; how to use the Doctrine of Signatures - which looks at everything about a plant, from its habitat to their presenting patterns, shapes, colors and tastes, to determine their beneficial purpose for humans; what are plant energetics and how that reflects on ones wellness and lastly what the shamans always knew - plant signaling behavior and why we need to care about that. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

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That's Entertainment: Events from July 16 - August 2, 2014

Wednesday, July 16
The Andes Roundtable presenter this week will be Rosalie Capps.  Rosalie will share her personal experiences as a foreign student in Egypt during the recent political turmoil as well as the political and social realities of life on the ground, and the issues of media coverage and foreign intervention. We will have the opportunity to view photos and videos of present life in Egypt. Rosialie (Rosie) was studying for her master’s degree in international human rights law and chose Egypt because she wanted to work at a refugee center. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 18, 19, and 20
The Phoenicia/Shandaken Studio Tour.  Art in every style, primordial to post-post-modern, from Boiceville to Belle­ayre.  Open studios from July 19-20, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Spoken Word performance at Mama’s Boy in Phoenicia 6:30 p.m. July 18. Gala potluck reception at The Arts Upstairs 6 p.m. July 19 at 60 Main St. Phoenicia. Outdoor sculpture at Catskill Interpretive Center in Mt. Tremper and Brunel Park in Boiceville. Free map and catalog at shops all over Shandaken. info: www.ShandakenArt.com. Call 688-2977.

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That's Entertainment: Events from July 9 to July 19, 2014

Wednesday, July 9
The Andes Roundtable presents Lisa Tesier, assistant prof­essor at SUNY Delhi, Liberal Arts and Sciences Department, who will discuss art and health, exploring their connections, mov­ing chronologically from ancient to contemporary times. How was art used historically in healing practices? How did art help educate medical practitioners? What lessons can be found for our contemporary lives in the images from the past? Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.
 
Thursday, July 10
Molly Marquand of the CRISP at the Catskill Center will lead a hike starting at 10 a.m. to Giant Ledge to examine a grove of American Ash trees for the presence of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive beetle that is devastating ash trees in the Catskills. You will learn to identify the insect and the signs of its presence. Giant Ledge is one of the most spectacular spots in the Catskills, offering incredible views both east and west. It’s a short hike out with a huge payoff. Whether you haven’t been or if you know it well, you won’t want to miss this hike! Pre-registration is required. Contact Molly at mmarquand@catskillcenter.org or call 586-2611.


That's Entertainment: July 2 - July 26, 2014

Wednesday, July 2
The Andes Roundtable presents David Capps, a long-term, part-time Andes resident and a dance choreographer and teacher at Hunter College, CUNY, who will give a presentation on the choreographic structures that are the foundations of the art form of dance.  He will dissect two masterpieces of the 20th Century, a section of George Balanchine’s “Nutcracker” and Martha Graham’s “Appalachian Spring.” Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Wednesday through Sunday, July 2 to July 6
Margaretville Fire Department’s Annual Field Days in the village park behind Freshtown. Wednesday and Thursday rides open at 6 p.m. Wednesday, pay one price from 6 to 11 p.m. Giant fireworks Friday and Saturday. Chicken barbecue Friday and Saturday from noon until sold out. Sunday, pay one price from 1 to 6 p.m. Fun for the whole family.

Friday, July 4
Come Travel The Milky Way on the Farmstead Creamery Tour. Tours on the hour from noon to 5 p.m. Stops include Betty Acres Farm, Byebrook Farm, Cowbella Creamery, Dirty Girl Farm, Harpersfield Cheese, Lazy Crazy Acres, and Sherman Hill Farmstead. Sponsored by Catskill Family Creameries, “Small dairies making a big difference.” For more information visit catskillfamilycreameries.com.


That's Entertainment: Events from June 18 - July 11

Wednesday, June 18
The Andes Roundtable presents poet and storyteller Margot Farrington who will read from “Scanning For Tigers,” her latest poetry collection. These poems chart the territory of love, illness and recovery, obsession, and the struggle for survival, in unexpected ways.  Listeners are invited to share and explore how myth, folktale, and the contemporary anecdote provide fuel for the poem-to-be.  Farrington has published and performed widely.  Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Saturday, June 21
Third Annual Living Cemetery History Tour, 4 to 7 p.m., sponsored by Historical Society of the Town of Middletown. Sanford Cemetery, Co. Rte. 6 (New Kingston Rd.), Dunraven (1/2 mile off NYS Route 28). One-hour guided group tours to hear costumed players portray nine former residents. Tours begin every 25 minutes starting at 4 p.m., last tour departs 7 p.m. $12 adults, $5 ages 5-15. May not be suitable for children under 5. Reservations required, phone only. Call after June 1, 586-4736 to reserve a tour time. www.mtownhistory.org. Rain date June 22.


That's Entertainment: Events from June 4 to June 13, 2014

Wednesday, June 4
Join members of the Andes Roundtable for the third Digital Speaker Series facilitated by Jeff  Ditchek. We will be watching a TED presentation called Atheism 2.0 by Alain de Botton, a Swiss-British writer, entrepreneur, television presenter and museum curator, resident of the United Kingdom. The presentation focuses on: what aspects of religion should atheists (respect­fully) adopt? This is not a conversation on why Atheism is right and Religion is wrong.  In fact the main theme is what can atheists learn from religious institutions. A courteous discussion will follow. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Thursday June 5 - Saturday, June 7
Blue Deer Center hosts a forum titled, “Speaking of Water — Catskill Communities and our Relationship with Water,” at 6 p.m., an opportunity for those on all sides of the relationship with water to speak openly about their relationship with water and between the Catskill towns, their water and New York City. Blue Deer Center is a retreat center near Margaretville that provides a place for retreat, traditional teachings, and conflict resolution. The forum will be facilitated by experienced facilitators from the Global Process Institute from Portland, OR. On Friday there will be a summit of leaders and activists involved in water issues, Saturday will include small group discussions about specific areas of interest of all the interested parties and continue to answer the question” where do we go from here?” For more information see our website at www.bluedeer.org or call 586-3225.


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