Morgan Outdoors is leading two hikes in the annual celebration of the Catskills – the Lark in the Park – from October 1 to 10th. We donated a pair of MSR Snowshoes (and Kenco donated a kayak) for the Raffle on Sunday Oct. 2nd. You can buy raffle tickets online at www.catskillslark.org And Join us for one or both of these great guided hikes:
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 10:30 – 3:30pm: Convergence Hike to Balsam Lake Mountain Simultaneous hikes from South or North sides of mountain will meet at summit! Co-led with Laurie Rankin and Dr. Michael Kudish, Catskill forest historian. Learn history of forest summit and see one of three peat bogs. Picnic lunch, views from the fire tower. 3.5 miles roundtrip. 10:30am: Leaving from the South trailhead at end of Beaverkill Road (Lew Beach/Beaverkill area) Details and register at at www.catskillslark.org
Sunday. Oct 9, 1:00 – 3:00pm: Tortoise and Hare Hike at Frick Pond – Enjoy fall colors set off by the scenic waters of Frick Pond and pick the hike that suits YOU! Tortoise: a 2.2 mile saunter around the pond or Hare: a 4.1 mile scamper with 1.1 mile uphill. Meet at Frick Pond trailhead at 1:00 PM. Details and register at catskillslark.org
The SALE changes each week – 30% off everything in the weekly category
AND you’ll be entered in the AUTUMN AIR drawing** with purchases over $20!
Oct 1 – 7 Games, Toys, and Puppets
Oct 8 – 14 Outdoor Gear: hiking poles, sleeping bags, tents, backpacks, and headlamps
** For a $100 gift certificate to Morgan Outdoors.
The Brandenburg Bakery will be open New Year’s Eve until 4pm. Pre-order your celebration’s desserts.
Celebrate Christmas with the Brandenburg Bakery – come in and shop for stocking stuffers & tasty gifts that are all handmade on the premises. Don’t miss the biggest selection in traditional and seasonal Christmas cookies, pastries and chocolates that we have to off all year.
The Brandenburg Bakery will start to take orders for Thanksgiving Day pies on
October 24th. All orders placed by November 20th will get 10% preorder discount on the whole order.
Starting Oct. 15th the long wait for the Brandenburg Bakery‘s traditional Christstollen is over. They will be available at the bakery for a short time (until New
as seen on www.delawareriver.natgeotourism.com. Features many of our member businesses and the Livingston Manor Covered Bridge Park, the Beaverkill Covered Bridge, the Bendo Covered Bridge, the Livingston Manor Trout Parade and more….
Are you a “treasure hunter”? Always on the lookout for a bargain? or a one-of-a-kind oh my goodness they-don’t-make-that-anymore item? #LivingstonManor is having a Town Tag Sale on July 16th and you are invited to shop the day away. Main & Pearl Streets will be jam packed with vendors selling books, comics, action figures, furniture, vintage quilts, art, housewares, toys, baby clothes, handmade jewelry, knick-knacks, bicycles, lawn furniture, rusty gold, yard art (and so much more) and participating Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce businesses will have tables of sale merchandise set-up outside, breakfast & lunch specials, and they are hosting a scavenger hunt with a grand prize drawing of goodies at 2:30pm. Must be present to win. Pick up a scavenger hunt entry form at any vendor or participating business. Pick-up or download a map as well – although everyone is within walking distance so you can buy tons of treasure and fill your cars.
Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce is proud to support (and in many cases be members of) the Livingston Manor Renaissance crew. The Livingston Manor Renaissance is a group of volunteers – with green thumbs and an artistic flair – who work tirelessly every season to make our town beautiful. The kick-off event to the season is traditionally Clean Sweep, so on May 7th they gathered together to pluck litter and clean the streets. Come celebrate Flower Day with us on Saturday May 21st where participating Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce businesses will donate 10% of their sales to the Livingston Manor Renaissance efforts. Shop local and do your part to make our town shine! Member businesses include: The Delightful Place, Life Repurposed, Willow and Brown, Mountain Bear Crafts, Sugar Blossom Flowers, Main Street Farm and Morgan Outdoors.