Calendar

JOIN US!  for these events in Livingston Manor and our neighboring communities. 

ONGOING AROUND TOWN

  • Tuesdays: Manor Ink meeting, every Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Livingston Manor Library, 92 Main Street, a student/young adult-run newspaper where young people help produce the news and add creative content.  Manor Ink (manorink.com) seeks writers, reviewers, photographers, columnists, videographers and artists (ages 12-21.) Hosted at the Livingston Manor Free Library. 845-439-5440 or pjohansen@rcls.org.
  • Tuesdays: Pre-School Story Time, Livingston Manor Free Library, stories, songs & games, 11:15-11:45am
  • First Saturday of Every Month, Farming Fun A to Z, a program for kids in grades K-2, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., have fun with activities, books, crafts & food! This is a free program offered at the Livingston Manor Free Library, please call (845) 439-5440 to register.

January 2016

February 2016

thru the 28th Into the Storm Daniel Angeli and Candy Spilner, Paintings Candy Spilner, Artist Talk January 30th at 2pm, opening reception 3-5pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. CAS Arts Center

thru the 28th Light In The Forest, Philip Jacobi, Philip transformed the Elevator Gallery into a living forest, a literal resource for the wood pieces he creates by hand. His woodwork is mostly figurative, although some pieces stand on their own and tend to be more abstract. Created from wood gathered to heat his home, Jacobi’s art is infused with a deep, metaphysical connection to nature. They are one-of-a-kind, divided in the following categories: Spiritual, Natural, Mystical and the following secondary categories: He and She, Faces, Fishes, Pedestals, Sculpture, and Mobiles.

6 Flyfest, Catskill Fly Fishing Center & Museum (CFFC&M)

12622221_1094964673876418_5721581013124604983_o(1)12 Lego Night at the Livingston Manor Free Library, 6:00 pm to 7:30pm, Legos will be provided free of charge. For more information call (845) 439-5440.

 

 

 

13 thru 20th It Hurts To Be In Love, an exhibition of artwork by Tate Billings, the opening reception will be held on February 13th from toLaundry King. The exhibition will be up for public viewing daily from 11am to 5pm through February 20. For artist Tate Billings, Valentine’s Day is an endless source of bemusement, a day when he begins to see the possibility of spring in a Catskill winter. Always unwise to get your hopes up, but almost early enough to take a chance. If nothing else, Valentine’s Day is by nature a hallowed traditional social icebreaker. Come experience the eccentric, utterly unique voice of this outsider artist through his reproducible artwork and multimedia. For more information about the exhibition, visit www.catskillartsociety.org/laundryking.

14 VALENTINE’S DAY EVENT FOR SINGLE FOLKS On Valentine’s Day, Sunday, February 14th at 1:30pm, there’s an event for the folks who are SINGLE! Join us for an easy hike along the Parksville Rail Trail, followed by tapas and beverages at nearby Rolling River Café, with chef Rob Rayevsky. You’ll explore a woodland trail many zoom by on Rt. 17 – the Parksville Rail Trail. It follows the path of the O&W Railway with beautiful views of the Little Beaverkill River. The terrain is flat and this segment is just 1 mile each way. Meet at Parking Lot on the corner of Main Street & Short Ave. Parksville NY. Just two blocks from Rt. 17, Exit 98. Afterwards, we’ll warm up at the nearby Rolling River Café in their relaxing, cozy atmosphere and order a la carte from their delicious menu. www.rollingriver.net. Registration for the Hike for Singles is easy – simply call Morgan Outdoors at (845) 439 5507. We’ll cap the group size at 15 people, so first come, first served. www.morgan-outdoors.com

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12657945_471485903059634_2376300322231858590_o20 Comedy Night at The Arnold House, 8pm, tickets are $20 online or at the door.Featuring Kara Buller from Last Comic Standing and Lifetime and Rich Kiamco from the Howard Stern Show. www.TheLaughTour.com

 

 

 

 

 10258915_1083731828333036_7854774200947044594_o27 Free Tax Prep at the Library. AARP Tax-Aide Volunteers will provide free tax preparation and electronic filing at the Livingston Manor Library this tax season. AARP Tax-Aide is set up for taxpayers with low and middle income and particularly those age 50 and older. Participants do not need to be AARP members; all are welcome. Tax-Aide is a free, confidential service offered by friendly, trained volunteers, certified by the IRS. The program has helped nearly 50 million people since 1968 and currently has over 5,000 sites throughout the country. Call the Livingston Manor Free Library at (845) 439-5440 for details and to make an appointment.

27, Dylan Bowers presents a slate of local bands and musicians at the Laundry King for a fresh showcase experience. 16+, doors 6pm, showtime 7pm. CAS Arts Center

27 2nd Annual Ice Fishing Derby, The Arnold House, (845) 439-5070. The Arnold House

March 2016

3-13 Artists of New Hope Community curated by Sue Petry, opening reception 6-8pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. CAS Arts Center

12 Comedy Night at The Arnold House, 8pm, tickets are $20 online or at the door.

10258915_1083731828333036_7854774200947044594_o9 Free Tax Prep at the Library. AARP Tax-Aide Volunteers will provide free tax preparation and electronic filing at the Livingston Manor Library this tax season. AARP Tax-Aide is set up for taxpayers with low and middle income and particularly those age 50 and older. Participants do not need to be AARP members; all are welcome. Tax-Aide is a free, confidential service offered by friendly, trained volunteers, certified by the IRS. The program has helped nearly 50 million people since 1968 and currently has over 5,000 sites throughout the country. Call the Livingston Manor Free Library at (845) 439-5440 for details and to make an appointment.

19-April 17 Intricate Realities Hannah Brenner-Leonard / Patrick Duffy / Jayoung Yoon. Artist Talk March 19th at 3pm, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. CAS Arts Center

20 Livingston Manor Fire Dept Annual Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast, 7am-noon at LM Fire House, free will offering

24-30 Babies in the Barn, goats due, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

31 Anglers Reunion, Rockland House, Roscoe, marks the historical night before NYS opening of fishing season

April 2016

1 Spring Penny Social, St. Aloysius, Church Hall, Livingston Manor, doors open at 6pm

1 Catskill Legends Dinner, CFFC&M

2 Trout Season Opening Celebration, CFFC&M

2 Catskill Fly Tyers Guild Rendezvous, CFFC&M

9 Comedy Night at The Arnold House, 8pm, tickets are $20 online or at the door.

11 Renewable Energy Systems Demo, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, noon – 2pm. Apple Pond Farm

23- May 15 CAS Sullivan County High School Art Show co-sponsored by SC BOCES, opening reception 11am-2pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. CAS Arts Center

May 2016

1 Cheese making: A Lotta Ricotta, reservations required, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 11 am-1pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

7 Hoos Truck Co Ladies Auxiliary Bake Sale & Raffle, at LM Post Office, 9am

May 7-June 25 (every Saturday), Farming with Kids, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 10am

May 7-28 (every Saturday), Intro to Renewable Energy Systems, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 1-3pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

8 Roscoe Farmers’ Market opens, every Sunday, 10-2pm thru October 9th

14 Comedy Night at The Arnold House, 8pm, tickets are $20 online or at the door.

21- June 19 CAS Summer Members Show, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

28 CFFC&M Annual Meeting & Banquet at the Center

29 Opening of Roscoe O&W Museum, every Saturday & Sunday, 11am – 3pm, thru October 9.

29 Annual Chicken BBQ, Lew Beach Fire House

30 Memorial Day Parade & Service, Livingston Manor, 10am

June 2016

11 The 13th Annual Trout Parade, Livingston Manor, 1pm, Local businesses and organizations are known to put on their creative hats and add some witty, wacky, twist to their march down Main Street. Professional musicians, puppeteers and dancers add to the festivities. Contact us! (845) 436-4227. info@catskillartsociety.org. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

11 Livingston Manor Free Library Services Auction @ The Trout Parade. This summer you will find a variety of auctions in our area, but you may not find another like this one. At this auction, participants will bid on a variety of services contributed by fellow community members. Offerings range from important everyday services such as lawn mowing, auto care and hair cutting to more indulgent, pleasurable services such as party organizing, catering and trip-leading. Instructional services will be available such as fly-fishing, ballroom dancing and business planning. Watch out for some rare prizes, some finally-I’m-going-to-do-it opportunities, and some outright silly purchases (like hiring your very own couch potato)! For a peek at the list of services and a chance to bid early, go to http://guides.rcls.org/libraryauction between May 27 and June 10. Bids will be recorded and the highest bids will be carried over to the actual silent auction on June 11.
Proceeds from the auction will help support special programs and projects at the library.
If you have a service you would like to donate or would like more information about the auction, call the library at (845)439-5440.

25-July 24 Paintings Tara Kopp / Jenna Lucente, Artist Talk June 25th at 3pm, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

July 2016

1 Cheese making: A Lotta Ricotta, reservations required, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 11am-1 pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

July 2 – August 27 (every Friday & Saturday), Farming with Kids, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 10am. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

8 Summer Penny Social, St. Aloysius, Church Hall, Livingston Manor, doors open at 6pm

9 Preparing Healthy Snacks, reservations required, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 1-3pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

30-August 28, The Inauspicious Present Donald Keefe Fickle Ground Sarah Tortora, Artist Talk July 30th at 3pm, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

August 2016

6 & 7 Summerfest/Anglers Market/Casting Competitions, Agnes Van Put Centennial Celebration, CFFC&M

7 Natural Remedies for your medicine cabinet, reservations required, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764 1- 3pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

18-27 Shandelee Music Festival, 23rd Sunset Concert Series in the SMF Pavilion, (845) 439-3277. http://www.shandelee.com

September 2016

2 Natural Remedies for your medicine cabinet, reservations required, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764 1- 3pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

3-October 10 CAS Invitational curated by Robin Winters, Artist Talk September 3rd at 3pm, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

September 3-October 29 (every Saturday), Farming with Kids, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, 10am. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

4 Livingston Manor Labor Day Festival & 2nd Annual Bookin’ for Books 5K Run. An old-fashioned country celebration of the end of summer! Colossal book sale, activities for kids, live music, talent show and other entertainment, bake sale & food. Sponsored by the Livingston Manor Free Library and its supporters, Renaissance Park, Livingston Manor. Call (845) 439-5440. http://livingstonmanorlibrary.org

9-11 22nd Annual Catskill Rodmakers Gathering, CFFC&M

Sept 15-October 9, Shandelee Music Festival, play The Classics at Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts in the Event Gallery, (845) 439-3277. http://www.shandelee.com

24 National Alpaca Day, celebrate at Buck Brook Alpacas, 99 Bestenheider Rd, Roscoe

October 2016

8 CFFC&M Fly Fishing Hall of Fame Induction & Dinner at the Center

15-November 20 Sculpture Tal Gluck Walls of Viet Nam Melinda Wallach, Artist Talk October 15th at 3pm, opening reception 4-6pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

15 Organic Farming & Renewable Energy Demos, cheese making & wool spinning, Apple Pond Farm, (845) 482-4764, noon- 3 pm. https://www.facebook.com/ApplePondFarm/?fref=ts

28 Fall Penny Social, St. Aloysius, Church Hall, Livingston Manor, doors open at 6pm

31 Halloween Parade, Hoos Truck Co Ladies Auxiliary Bake Sale & Raffle, 4pm

November2016

5 & 6 CFFC&M Arts of the Angler Show, Danbury, CT

26-December 31 CAS Winter Members Show. Annual Members Meeting 2pm, opening reception 3-5pm. CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St, Livingston Manor, NY 12758. (845) 436-4227. https://www.facebook.com/catskillartsociety/timeline

December 2016

3 CFFC&M Holiday Open House

3 Santa Claus, Hoos Truck Co Ladies Auxiliary Bake Sale & Raffle, LM Fire House, 1pm

We are currently in the process of posting the full calendar for 2016. New events are added weekly. Please check back for the current list.

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    Announcements and photos should be sent to livingstonmanorchamber@gmail.com. Thank you.

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