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Government Day sponsored by CWC

Margaretville — The 10th Annual Catskills Local Government Day, a day of workshops, panel discussions and training for local government officials, Catskills residents and business people, will be held Friday, Oct. 1 at Catskill Mountain Foundation’s Doctorow Center for the Arts, Main Street, Hunter.


Jody Primoff speaks on John Burroughs

Delhi — Join the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) on Saturday Sept. 18, for the last in its popular series of history luncheons scheduled for 2010. The luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m. with the presentation following at approximately 1:15.


Sister Sparrow And The Dirty Birds

Roxbury — The Kincheloe kids are back in town. One Sunday, September 12, at 2 p.m., Roxbury’s own Arleigh and Jackson Kincheloe will bring Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds to The Roxbury Arts Group’s Old School Baptist Church for an end-of-summer dance and potluck picnic.


Potluck luncheon at Roxbury Library

Roxbury — To open the 2010-2011 Roxbury Library Association (RLA) Tuesday Forum season, the RLA will host a potluck luncheon at the Roxbury Library on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at noon. RLA Tuesday Forum Coordinator Julia A. Menne cordially requests that each attendee bring a dish to pass, as well as a place setting.


Community Photo Show at RAG

Roxbury — More than 20 photographers will participate in the annual Community Photo Show and Competition on September 11 at The Roxbury Arts Center. There will be a reception for the public from 2 – 4 p.m. This popular event provides an opportunity for amateur and professional photographers alike to submit their best work.


Woofs and Wags Dog Walk

Delhi — The Heart of the Catskills Humane Society is “rolling out the barrel” for some fall fun at the eighth annual Woofs and Wags Dog Walk and Fair on Saturday, Sept. 18. This year’s theme is Barktoberfest, and the event will take place at the American Legion Field, Route 10, Delhi. The day starts at 11 a.m.


DEP land purchases accelerate

By Jay Braman Jr.
In the news recently is the announcement that the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has purchased another batch of acreage in the region.


Route 30 crash

Taylor's carTaylor's carDriver Gary Taylor of Accord escaped serious injury Tuesday morning after his southbound pickup truck drifted off the right side of Route 30 near the Town of Middletown transfer station, plunged over the bank and came to rest on its roof on the Delaware and Ulster train tracks.


Old-fashioned fun

Turn of the Century DayTurn of the Century DayRoxbury’s Turn of the Century Day Saturday offered a little something for everyone in old-fashioned fun. Roxbury Nine brought home the Keator Cup again with a 12-2 victory over the Fleischmanns’ Mountain Athletic Club. Roxbury pitcher Ryan Funck pitched a complete nine-inning game to earn the victory. Roxbury kids, at left, Laura Walker, Destiny Proctor and Ian Walker were having fun Saturday dressed in their 19th century costumes. More photos are available in the Image Gallery. Photos by Jodie Barber.


Bovina Farm Day

Hunter HuethHunter HuethThe second annual Bovina Farm Day, held on Weber Road in Bovina, was a hit Sunday as hundreds turned out for an end-of-the-summer celebration of country living. Local farmers selling local products and plenty of country things to do for the kids highlighted the day. At left, Hunter Hueth, 2, of Asbury Park, N.J. showed off his tractor-driving skills. More photos from the day are available in the Image Gallery. Photos by Dick Sanford.


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