Features and Upcoming Events

Model Trains featured in DCHA program

The Delhi Historical Society will present Russ Kaufman and his collection of model trains for a program at the Cannon Free Library at 41 Elm Street on Tuesday, April 8 at 6:30 p.m.


Roosevelt, Burroughs and the Trip that Saved Nature, Part Five

Chapter Five: Conservation and Preservation
Part of figuring out what a National Park should be, and how America should treat all its wild places and its natural resources, required figuring out both conservation and preservation.
They are not the same thing.
“Conservation” means using natural resources wisely.
“Preservation” means leaving nature just as it is.
It didn’t have to be one or the other, but America had to decide how much of each it wanted, and which was more important.


"Fooling April" opens at Longyear Gallery

Margaretville — Opening this week at Longyear Gallery is “Fooling April,” a group show featuring the work of Longyear Gallery members. An artists’ reception will take place Saturday, April 5, from 3 to 6 p.m.


Gala to benefit Interpretive Center in Mt. Tremper

Arkville — Reservations are being accepted for the Catskill Gateway Gala, a celebration of the soon-to-be constructed Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center in Mount Tremper. The gala will be held on Saturday, April 12, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Ashokan Center in Olivebridge, and will benefit the Catskill Interpretive Center.


Stryker Trucking still rolling after 33 years

By Joe Moskowitz
It’s 8:30 Monday morning. It could be 8:30 any morning except Saturday and Max Stryker is getting a cup of coffee at the Arkville Country Market.
The truckers’s journey started at his home in Gilboa before he made a stop just north of Roxbury to pick up a load of 850 cases of kosher milk from the Mountainside Farms headed to New York City. Some might call it a milk run, others may not.
Stryker, who turns 72 later this month, has been doing this every day except Saturdays, the Jewish Sabbath, for the past 32 years.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Danny Powell is a longtime employee of Stryker Trucking. The company hauls milk from Roxbury to New York City six days a week. — Photo by Joe MoskowitzON THE ROAD AGAIN: Danny Powell is a longtime employee of Stryker Trucking. The company hauls milk from Roxbury to New York City six days a week. — Photo by Joe Moskowitz


Business "Boast & Toast" planned for April 7 in Delhi

Delhi — The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce (DCCC) has announced the introduction of quarterly “Boast & Toast” meet-ups for tourism businesses in Delaware County. As the Tourism Promotion Agency (TPA) for the county, DCCC has developed the meet-ups to provide networking and activity sharing for those business owners that fuel the local tourism economy.


ARC celebrates "Everybody Can" contest

March is National Developmental Disability Awareness Month. There is no time more fitting to celebrate all that local students have learned about developmental and other disabilities as a result of their participation in the “Everybody Can” contest hosted by The Arc of Delaware County and Delta Kappa Gamma.
RAISING COMMUNITY AWARENESS: Pam Thompson, at left, from contest co-host Delta Kappa Gamma and Barbara Thompson, community relations assistant at The Arc of Delaware County, admire a contest entry. — Submitted photoRAISING COMMUNITY AWARENESS: Pam Thompson, at left, from contest co-host Delta Kappa Gamma and Barbara Thompson, community relations assistant at The Arc of Delaware County, admire a contest entry. — Submitted photo


Roosevelt, Burroughs and the Trip that Saved Nature, Part Four

Chapter Four: The First National Park
When President Roosevelt and John Burroughs arrived at Gardiner, Montana, on April 8, 1903, Yellowstone had already been a national park for over 30 years.
On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses Grant signed the law that made Yellowstone a national park. It was the first national park in the United States and even in the world. But while Congress had established five other national parks between then and 1903, it still wasn’t quite clear exactly just what a “national park” was.


Auxiliary Thrift Shop features March sales

The Margaretville Hospital Auxiliary will be holding a March Out Like a Lamb Sale starting March 22 and running through March 31.
All spring/summer items will be on sale for half off regular prices. Great deals and many items to choose from! The Auxiliary Thrift Shop is located at 850 Main Street, Margaretville. Hours are: Monday-Saturday from noon-4 p.m. For additional information, please call 845 586-3737.


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