Maple Bake-off in Fleischmanns

Fleischmanns — Spring in the Catskills is often announced by the trill of returning birds and sap running from maple trees immediately followed by the sweet amber signature of the mountains, pure maple syrup.

Fleischmanns mayor Dave Morell resigns

By Jay Braman Jr.
Halfway through his second, two-year term in office, Fleischmanns Mayor Dave Morell abruptly resigned last Thursday.

The Fleischmanns Village Board has canceled its February meeting and will convene next month.
By then, according to Deputy Mayor Todd Pascarella, the village’s attorney will have reached a conclusion as to how the process of filling the mayor’s position will go.
In the meantime, Pascarella said he will be in charge of all mayoral duties.

'Robert' film to be shown Saturday at Skene

Skene Memorial Library in Fleischmanns will host the first screening on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. of filmmaker Jessica Vecchione’s newest video, an in-depth character study simply titled “Robert.”

Fleischmanns flood relief fundraiser set for Sunday

By Jay Braman Jr.
The Village of Fleischmanns was hit hard by flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene and weeks after the water subsided the village continues to struggle with expenses wrought by the flood.
And so, on Sunday, Oct. 9 from 1 to 4 p.m. an old-fashioned fund-raiser will be held to raise some money for the village.

Nothing fancy. The event will not take place in some posh eatery or mansion, but right on the Main Street parking lot, which was itself underwater a month ago.

Fleischmanns' Ethel Lehmann stars in 70+ softball league

By John Bernhardt
All summer long the baseball story around the metropolitan New York area has been the tale of two shortstops. New York baseball fans, and to some degree baseball fans around America, have been caught up in a firestorm of day-to-day drama and excitement generated by Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter and Met shortstop Jose Reyes. Jeter had the baseball world counting hits as he worked to put an exclamation point on a legendary major league career.

Fleischmanns wins control of theater

By Jay Braman Jr.
The last bit of red tape has been cut through and the Village of Fleischmanns is now the owner of the theater building on Main Street.
At least that is what it looks like.

Last week in United States Bankruptcy Court Bankruptcy Judge Diane Davis decided that the village did indeed properly take over the property when it was seized in a foreclosure action that started back in 2008.

Rain-delayed Catskill Cup back in Fleischmann on Saturday

By John Bernhardt
It was singing in the rain on the tennis courts in Fleischmanns last weekend. Nearly 50 tennis players danced between the raindrops as they worked through the brackets in five divisions of the 2011 Catskill Cup.

Rain forced intermittent play but spirits were high and most divisions advanced to the final rounds. The local tennis showcase will run its course this coming weekend with championship matches scheduled both Saturday and Sunday.

Musical duo in Fleischmanns Sunday

Fleischmanns — Jeanne Palmer and Connie Mohar will appear on Sunday, Aug.14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fleischmanns Market on Main, on Main Street in Fleischmanns.
Jeanne Palmer, a Roxbury part-timer is a musician and dancer for much of her life. As a choreographer and director of musical theatre she toured the world and now enjoys playing the fiddle with friends both in the city and in the Catskills.

Special activities planned for Fleischmanns on Aug 14

Fleischmanns — The Fleischmanns Market on Main is flourishing on Main Street at the gazebo every Sunday. More and more people come each week to enjoy the sweet corn, peaches, tomatoes, baked goods, tea, berries, squash, beets, peppers and lots more wonderful products including great conversation. The market runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Sunday.

Free concert this Saturday at Skene

Fleischmanns — Garrin Benfield will perform at Skene Memorial Library at the final performance in the Skene Sings 2011 concert series on Sunday, July 24 at 2 p.m.   Garrin has performed as opening act for Boz Scaggs, and his solo performances have drawn praise for his soulful lyrics and wicked guitar playing.

The concert is free. For more information call Skene Library at 254-4581. This concert was originally scheduled for September 11 and has been rescheduled for July 24 due to scheduling conflicts.

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