Fleischmanns

Klezmer tunes will be featured at Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns - The sounds of Klezmer music will be heard in the Skene Library in Fleischmanns on Sunday, August 2 at 2 p.m.
The Saints of Swing, led by bandleader David Winograd, is an extraordinary collection of musicians providing an ultimate experience in classic Klezmer music. Richard Chiger, who has been singing klezmer since he was a small child, brings a fresh, warm, vibrant and authentic interpretation to this kind of music.


Condemnation work dragging in Fleischmanns

By Jay Braman Jr.
A recent claim that the Village of Fleischmanns never paid for property it took through eminent domain is true, but not as bad as it sounds.
That’s according to Village Trustee Todd Pascarella, who responded to a statement made last week by Gabrielle Kirch, an Andes resident who once owned the property on the corner of Depot and Main streets in the village.


Fleischmanns native earns doctorate degree

Fleischmanns native Abigail Davis has been awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by the University of Minnesota. Dr. Davis’ area of specialization is early American literature and culture; her minor field is Literacy and Rhetorical Studies.


New Fleischmanns village hall seen as inadequate for meetings

By Jay Braman Jr.
It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Four years ago the Fleischmanns Village Board saw what appeared to be an opportunity. It had just used the power of condemnation to take a piece of private property on the corner of Main and Depot streets to build some waste-treatment infrastructure as part of the sewer system provided by the New York City Department of Environmental Protection. On the property sat an old, vacant building that looks as if it were some sort retail shop in years gone by.


Fleischmanns beefing up parking law enforcement

By Jay Braman Jr.
Be careful where you park in Fleischmanns.
While violators of the no parking zones in the village may have in the past gotten off with a warning, it appears those days are gone following a special meeting of the village’s board of trustees Monday evening that had the board and audience members standing on Main Street and arguing over where parking zones end.


Clovesville Cemetery upkeep threatened by lack of funds

By Joanie Merwin
Yes, even cemeteries die; sooner or later all things come to an end. Just as life within a human body deteriorates and eventually dies, ironically so does the final resting place of many humans. That is exactly what is happening to the Clovesville Cemetery – it’s dying and help is needed.


Roxbury Nine and Mountain Athletic Club swing it out at Kirkside

Roxbury — The gorgeous green ball field of Kirkside Park in Roxbury makes the perfect setting this Saturday, June 20 at noon for an old-fashioned game of hard fought vintage baseball between the Roxbury Nine and their neighborly rivals, the Mountain Athletic Club (M.A.C.) of Fleischmanns. Vintage baseball is a great Father’s Day weekend gift (that costs nothing!) and one the whole family will truly relish.


Slow-pitch softball league organizational meeting set

An organizational meeting for a newly forming Fleischmanns softball league will be held on Thursday, June 11 at 6 p.m. at the Fleischmanns ball field. The slow-pitch league will be open to men and women over 17 years of age with the number of games to be played yet to be determined.


Rec program sign-up planned for June 4

Registration for the Margaretville/Fleischmanns 2009 Summer Recreation Program will be held on Thursday, June 4 at 5:30 p.m. at the Margaretville Central School cafeteria.
A parent or legal guardian must be present to register their child at this time. This is the only time that your child can be signed up for the recreation program.


Quilting discussion, film featured at Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns — “Threads: Quilters Talk About Their Craft,” a roundtable discussion by four accomplished Catskills quilters, will be held Saturday, May 23 at 11 a.m. at the Fleischmanns Community Church, Main Street, Fleischmanns.


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