That's Entertainment

That's Entertainment: Events from Sept. 17 - 28, 2014

That’s Entertainment is published weekly by the Catskill Mountain News as a service to the newspaper’s display advertisers and to not-for-profit community organizations promoting non-commercial events. Listings are limited to two weeks. Ongoing events will be published on a space-available basis. All submissions should be made directly to the editor by e-mail at news@catskillmountainnews.com. The deadline for submissions is noon Monday for that week’s paper.

Wednesday, Sept. 17
The Andes Roundtable presents Carol Little, a licensed psychotherapist who has extensive experience with loss and grief, both personally and professionally, who will talk about the realities of loss and grief in individual lives, in families, and in our culture. Carol received her education and training in California and had a private practice in Santa Rosa and Mill Valley before returning to this area 20 years ago. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.


That's Entertainment: Events from Sept. 10 - 27, 2014

Wednesday, Sept. 10
The Andes Round Table is pleased to have Graydon Dutcher, SUNY ESF graduate, who has vast experience working with many organizations dedicated to enhancing water quality in the Catskills. His presentation, “Local Flood Analysis: A Blueprint to Reduce Damages from Catastrophic Floods” will focus on how communities react to floods:  what causes flooding, how best to mitigate flood damage and hazards, prioritizing recovery project, how to prevent future flood disasters. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 11
The Auxiliary of Margaretville Hospital and Mountainside Residential Care Center will meet at 4 p.m. in Club Med at Mountainside. All are welcome.

The Ralph S. Ives American Legion Post 1785 and the Roxbury Fire Department will conduct a 9/11 memorial ceremony at noon in the Roxbury town square. Contact Mary Finch, 607 326-7107.


That's Entertainment: Events from Sept. 3 - Sept. 13, 2014

Wednesday, Sept. 3
The Andes Roundtable presents Sharon Ruetenik who will be discussing the landay, a folk couplet practiced by Pashtun women in Afghanistan.  How women in repressive cultures find ways to express themselves will also be explored.  Audience members will have an opportunity to create and share their own landays. Sharon Ruetenik is the international student advisor and Writing Center Coordinator at SUNY Delhi. She has taught various course in the liberal arts department of the university. Her poetry has appeared in several journals, most recently The Green Door. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 6
Wild Saturday at John Burroughs’ Woodchuck Lodge: “What Happened to the Passenger Pigeon?,” a display and talk at 1 p.m. by Diane Galusha marking the centennial of the bird’s extinction; with Rich Miskovsky of the Northern Catskill Pigeon Club and a few of his feathered friends. Sponsored by Crystal Brook Farm, New Kingston. 1633 Burroughs Memorial Rd., Roxbury (follow signs from NYS Rte 30). Bring lawn seating. www.woodchucklodge.org.


That's Entertainment: Events from August 29 - Sept. 6

Friday, Aug. 29
The Orphic Gallery in Roxbury will open an exhibition of photographs from legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen with a reception for the artist and book signing from 5 to 8 p.m. The show will present 46 photographs of rock greats including John Lennon, Led Zeppelin, The Clash, Debbie Harry, The Ramones and more. The show will hang until October 5. For further information on Rock Seen or the Orphic Gallery, please contact Phillip Lenihan at 607 326-6045 or phil@orphicgallery.com. The gallery is located at the corner of Main and Bridge streets.


That's Entertainment: Events from August 20 - August 31

Wednesday, Aug. 20
The Andes Roundtable presents “Anatomy of a New Yorker Cartoon.” Come participate in the 4th Digital Speaker Series at the Roundtable with a TED video presentation by Bob Mankoff, cartoon editor of The New Yorker magazine. Bob explains why certain cartoons merit publication while others do not. His presentation will make you laugh. Bring your humor, your laughter and a joke or two to share with the group. We can then have a discussion and analyze why some jokes are funny to some and not so funny to others. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Aug. 21
Bovina Fire Department’s annual chicken barbecue at the fire hall on Maple Ave. Serving from 5 p.m. until sold out. $8.50 donation includes chicken, corn on the cob, homemade salads, and cupcakes. Takeouts available.

Catch the Wind, a fun art activity for ages five and up.  Come and make kites at Skene Memorial Library on Main Street in Fleischmanns from 1 to 3 p.m.  Program is free.  For more information call Skene Library at 254-4581.