And Sunday, March 5th at 1:00pm – You’re Invited to a screening of “Toughest Race on Earth: Iditarod” Free. RSVP details at: http://morgan-outdoors.com/?p=1360
58th Annual LM Rotary Ice Carnival, Snowmen on Broadway, 1pm, Rotary Park, Livingston Manor. Events will also be held on the 21st for school groups & community organizations.
Sullivan County Historian John Conway will present “500 Hotels: Sullivan County’s Golden Age (1940 – 1965)” at Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main Street, as part of the Holiday Festivities in Livingston Manor, NY at 2pm. To reserve a seat, call Morgan Outdoors at 845-439-5507. Also on display at Morgan Outdoors is a pop-up exhibit titled “Trains, Travels, and Trails” that features several O&W Railway maps and photos from the Livingston Manor area as well as the sections of the O&W that have been transformed into public trails.
Sponsored by Catskill Flies of Roscoe, NY this annual event is a good way to “break the ice” and is the first event of 2017 at the Museum. This event is a great way to tie flies with a group. Nothing formal, just a gathering of tyers from all over the area and some from not so close. If you want to tie, socialize or get an early peak at the year’s new exhibits, this is a good excuse to get out of the house.
Join CAS at the Laundry King at 65 Main Street, Livingston Manor, NY for a special screening of the film “Twelfth Night” (2015) starring Mark Rylance, featuring a talkback with programmer Bradley Diuguid.
Filled with a cast of unforgettable characters, William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy “Twelfth Night” combines the pangs of unrequited love with some of the subtlest poetry and most exquisite songs Shakespeare ever wrote.
Mounted by the Globe in England for a production that went on to storm Broadway and the Tony Awards, this all-male Original Practices production explores clothing, music, dance and settings possible in the Globe of around 1601. Mark Rylance is masterful as Olivia, earning the highest accolades of his storied career, while comedian Stephen Fry brings belly laughs as Malvolio.
Presented as part of our “Year of Shakespeare” at CAS, a festival celebrating the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s life with a year-long slate of live performances, films, and discussions.
This event is free and open to the public, and donations will be accepted at the door. Presented as part of the “CAS Film Club” series.
For more information and a preview trailer, visit www.catskillartsociety.org
January 7 – February 12 at the CAS Arts Center
Saturday, January 7, Artist Talk 2pm, Opening Reception 3-5pm
Matthew Bliss, small things of unknowable value
Matthew Bliss creates small sculptures that give an impression of the monumental. The work brings to mind an urban artifact, but not something randomly discarded and stumbled upon, but rather an artifact that has been carefully considered and crafted with the utmost devotion to detail, like a little industrial jewel. His own description of his work is cryptic, “I make small things of unknowable value.”
Paula Elliott, THE THING IS and OBJET D’ART
Paula Elliott’s works on paper are derived from the question of: what exactly constitutes a container? By shaping the form with successive layers of charcoal, a density of surface evolves creating an impression of material solidity. The ephemeral effects of the charcoal medium combined with allusion to a three dimensional object create an enigmatic quality that challenges the viewers perception of the work.
Donise English, ENCAUSTICS
Donise English describes her encaustic paintings as visual journeys. The works are created using oil paint and wax in a series of layers with each successive layer responding to previously applied wax or paint. Her residual marks, lines shapes and colors become subject of the work. Some layers obscure earlier marks, some layers enhance those marks, there by taking her on a journey with no preconceived ending.
Our annual ritual is to stay out of the woods on Opening weekend of “regular” deer hunting season – Nov. 19 and 20. If you want to hike – Try trails at a local park instead, like Walnut Mountain in Liberty, NY, where hunting is prohibited. Morgan Outdoors sells bright orange bandanas, hats and vests so you’re easy to see.
wear blaze orange – not white, which could be mistaken for a deer’s upturned tail.
And put a blaze orange bandana around your dog’s neck!
don’t hike in areas that are popular with hunters
pay more attention on the trail, listening to sounds; not talking so much.
Oct 1 – Dec 20 Small and big game hunting seasons continue through December.
Regular deer season is Nov. 19 – Dec. 11 http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/28605.html
Get “up close and personal”! Saturday, November 19, from 11 am to 12 pm : Exploring Owls” with Ellen Kalish of Ravensbeard Wildlife Center and several owls. Explore their importance in the circle of life; fascinating folklore and a chance to look into their wild eyes. More program details at www.morgan-outdoors.com. Very limited seating.