This Weekend, May 29-31

BBG for BarryLots happening this weekend starting with a fundraiser on Friday to benefit the Barry Foster Memorial Fund at The Arnold House. There isn’t a set price to attend – it is pay as you can and includes live music by David Walton and friends. Hard to resist an evening of brisket, ribs, pulled pork and love in honor of a beloved man.

On Saturday, “Material Being” opens at the CAS Arts Center featuring the artwork of Ed Smith and Joni Wehrli from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Plan to stay after for Early Bird Cookery‘s Supper Club dinner at Main Street Farm. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. for this three course dinner. There will also be a cash bar. Tickets are $50 per person with a choice of regular or vegetarian. Reservations are required by Thursday, May 28 to attend. Click Here to purchase tickets.

Stroll, Shop, Give

Garden Day_RenaissanceGreen thumb or not, there will be something for everyone to enjoy along Main Street during Garden Day this Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Several businesses will also be donating a portion of their sales on Saturday to Livingston Manor Renaissance, including:

Beth’s Headquarters, The Catskill Brewery, Life Repurposed, Main Street Farm, Morgan Outdoors, Mountain Bear Crafts, Sugar Blossom Flowers, and Willow and Brown.

Garden Day is sponsored by the Livingston Manor Community Center, Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce, Livingston Manor Renaissance volunteers and Sullivan County Audobon Society. The event is organized by Mia Koerner. Thank you Mia!

Please scroll down for more information, including a schedule of events and a detailed map of vendors.

Garden Day: May 16

garden-day_2015Save the date for the 2nd Annual Garden Day, coming up Saturday, May 16.

Join us for a day full of fun with events and vendors along Main Street from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Look for educational materials and goods for sale to include flowering bedding plants, chair planters, vegetables, wind chimes, garden solar lights, honey, maple syrup, terrariums, bird houses, Audubon Society, art work, planters, tools, advice from master gardeners, baked goods, lemonade, organic produce and eggs, outdoor furniture and bird feeders.

There is no cost to attend. There will also be an art contest for school age artists and a raffle. The Schedule of Events includes:

10:00 a.m. Introduction & Welcome by Kitty Vetter
Lecture Series Begins at the CAS Arts Center
10:00 Greg Lotorto, Landscape Designer of Bethel Woods
11:00 John Evans, Superintendent of Roscoe Central School. Discusses Community Garden and how to introduce gardens to children.
12:00 noon Harpist Jan Hirsch plays during the lunch break
1:00 Carolyn Summers, author and lecturer of Native Planting for the Northeast
2:00 Paul Blanton, landscaper. Demonstration of practical tips of the trade and short cuts.
3:00 Live Music by Darren Steele and Moon Sauce