That's Entertainment

That's Entertainment: Events from April 16 - May 14

Wednesday, April 16
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ appearance on the “Ed Sullivan Show”, the Andes Roundtable will present Dr. Terry Hamblin, associate professor of history at SUNY Delhi, who will present and discuss the cultural, social, and political impact of their music during the 1960s and their impact on modern society. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

That's Entertainment: Events from April 9 - April 29

Wednesday, April 9
The Andes Roundtable asks; can you solve the world’s most pressing problems and have fun doing it? With good cheer, the worldwide Transition movement unleashes the collective power of community on climate change, high energy, food prices, and the lackluster economy. It’s been a long winter! Come engage in some cabin-fever brainstorming with members of Transition Catskills. Together, we can make a difference. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m. 

Thursday, April 10
The Andes Public Library will hold Movie Night at 7 p.m. While our movie license prohibits us from publicizing the name of the movie, we can tell you that it is a recent award-winning film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, and it takes place in outer space! Admission is free, although donations are always appreciated! Some light refreshments will be available but attendees are encouraged to bring their own snacks as well. Call the Library at 676-3333 for more information.

That's Entertainment: Events from April 2 - April 12

Wednesday, April 2
The Andes Roundtable presents Kirby Olson, a local poet and professor at SUNY Delhi. He has been writing and publishing Catskill poems for several years. His poems focus on scenic beauty in local areas for the most part. He will show how he writes them, and ask participants to collaborate on a local poem or two. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Friday-Saturday, April 4-5
The Margaretville Central School Scitamard Society will present "SEUSSICAL" on Friday and Saturday, April 4 & 5 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. "SEUSSICAL" is a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza that brings to life all of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters. The play is directed by Cassandra Olin with musical direction by Richard Tucker and assistance from William Powers. Tickets are $9 for adults and $8 for students (and seniors). For tickets, please call 845 586-2647 ext. 72 and leave a message.

That's Entertainment: Events from March 26 - April 12

Now through Monday, March 31
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.

Wednesday, March 26
The Andes Roundtable welcomes Jessica Vecchione, who is heading up the Catskill Mountain Film Festival, which will take place in May. As festival director, Vecchione has years of experience as a filmmaker and is looking for filmmakers to enter this exhibition and competition. Details of what it is like to run such a festival, what the goals and objectives are, and how one may participate will be addressed. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

That's Entertainment: Events from March 19 - April 12

Wednesday, March 19
The Andes Roundtable will host David Brower, professor and department chair of Hospitality Management at SUNY Delhi. Brower will discuss trends in the hospitality industry and the real estate market during these difficult economic times. Hunting Tavern, 7 p.m.

Friday, March 21
Just in time for the first full day of spring, the Fairview Public Library in Margaretville will host a seed swap from 5 to 6 p.m.  Participants are welcome to bring flower, herb, or vegetable seeds to swap. “Seed swaps are great places to find rare varieties of flowers, herbs and vegetables,” said Fairview director Susan Carver.  “Seed swaps also give gardeners the opportunity share gardening experiences and network with area gardeners.” Participants are encouraged to bring seeds to share, but it is not required.  Seeds can either be commercially or home saved.  All seeds should be labeled with type and variety name.  Participants should also bring a notebook to record the varieties and growing instructions for their new seeds.   Fairview will provide small envelopes for the seeds.