It is with great disappointment that we annouce the Livingston Manor Memorial Day Parade & Service to be held in honor of our fallen men & women is cancelled for today due to the cold, rainy & wet weather conditions that have arrived. We are so thankful for their service and we hope for better weather next year. Everyone please stay warm & dry on this special day.
The community of Livingston Manor is proud to present a Memorial Day Parade & Service on Monday, May 29th to honor our fallen service men & women. Parade line-up will be at 9:30am in the LMCS parking lot with step-off at 10am ending at the LM Fire House. Captain Richard “Dick” Freda, Retired USAF will be the guest speaker, Pastor Bridgette LeConey will give opening & closing prayers and the LMCS Music Dept will be participating. Free hotdogs, baked goods and refreshments will be available after the service. Co-sponsored by the LM Fire Dept, LM Chamber of Commerce, LM Teachers Association and LM Rotary.
8:00am Early Morning Yoga Vinyasa Flow with Jane Mann of Right Foot Yoga CAS Arts Center. Class starts at 8:30am and all levels are welcome.
9:00am Pilates with Liz Westergreen @ Morgan Outdoors
11:15-11:45am Demystifying Dahlias with Paul Blanton of E.L.M. Garden Design in the lot @ Brandenburg Bakery
12:00-12:30pm Creative Containers with Diana Weiner of Sullivan Renaissance @ Morgan Outdoors
1:00-2:00pm Introduction to Native Plants with Carolyn Summers of Flying Trillium Gardens & Preserve @ the Laundry King, hosted & sponsored by the Livingston Manor Free Library.
Activities & vendors scheduled from 11:00am to 3:00pm – Catch The Catskill Brewery beer tent; purchase hand crafted planters, painted garden rocks & flower cupcakes from the Livingston Manor Renaissance; get all your flower planting needs at ELM Garden Design, get your flower shaped cookies & other delights from the Brandenburg Bakery; the Livingston Manor Free Public Library will have air plants, terrariums & books for sale; take home your favorite Girl Scout cookies; support the LMCS Ski Club Bake Sale & Hot Dog booth; get your garden rocks from Sylvia Kortight, hit the huge “warehouse sale at RE Shaver; get information from the Sullivan County Audubon Society; check out what Heirloom Botanicals has got for you to plant in your own gardens; browse the selection of flower wares & art that Mia Koerner will have for sale; pick up goat milk soap by Pat Rogers at Water Wheel Junction; stop at Larry’s table for aloe, amaryllis and a selection of other goodies; purchase plants and vegetables from the Roscoe-Rockland Garden Club; shop at all of the vendors and of course, shop your “Main Street” stores like Fur, Fin, & Feather Sport Shop, Life Repurposed, Main Street Farm, Morgan Outdoors, Moxie Alley, Nest in Narrowsburg, NY, Sugar Blossom Flowers, The Delightful Place, The Plunk Shop, Wildlife Gift Shop, Will Hardware Headquarters and Willow and Brown in support of the Livingston Manor Renaissance
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit #LivingstonManor in the #SullivanCatskills this weekend. Congratulations to Debra Holt Gabriel for winning the grand prize drawing for gift certificates to the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum and Fur, Fin, & Feather Sport Shop. We hope you had a wonderful #aprilfoolsday and #openingdayoftroutseason.
The Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce
The Circus is coming, the circus is coming! The Livingston Manor Central School Class of 2018 presents The Billy Martin Cole All-Star Circus on Friday March 31st. 7pm in the New Gym. KIDS 12 & YOUNGER FREE with an adult. Adults only $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Buy Now At School Offices & Save!
Beer Release for The Local @ The Catskill Brewery. It is a Saison made with all NY ingredients sourced as close to our zip code as possible. Release party will have music featuring Shlomo Franklin.
Free coffee & pastries @ The Visitor’s Caboose, Exit 96, from 8am-12noon. Sponsored by the Livingston Manor Chamber of Commerce.
14 Reserve Keg Night @ The Catskill Brewery …. something new…on the second Friday of every month, we will tap a special keg from our cellar. It could be a wood-aged selection, a small batch specialty or an open fermented experimental beer.