Calendar

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

ONGOING AROUND TOWN

  • Tuesdays: Pre-School Story Time, Livingston Manor Free Library, stories, songs & games, 11:15-11:45am
  • Fridays: Chair 76 with John David at Morgan Outdoors from 12:00 to 12:50pm: Give your stiff old body a fresh start!  A one-hour seated and standing exercise class for older adults. Over time gradually enhance flexibility, endurance, strength, dexterity and balance.  First class is Free, then $8 per class. Call to register!

August 2017

thru August 26 (every Friday & Saturday) Farming with Kids, Apple Pond Farm, 10am, (845) 482-4764

thru September 5th Paintings of trout by watercolorist Steven Weinberg will be exhibited in the Wulff Gallery at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum in Livingston Manor. Steven Weinberg also writes and illustrates kids’ books when he’s not fly fishing in the Catskills and he and his wife run Spruceton Inn in West Kill, NY. For more about his work, go to stevenweinbergstudio.com.

12 “Peak Night” The Perseid meteor shower happens every August as the Earth passes through debris left behind from Comet Swift-Tuttle. This year’s Perseids peak on Aug. 12 and astronomers expect rates of about 150 meteors an hour. It will be a little harder to see the Perseids this year – the moon will be three-quarters full so its bright light will wash out fainter meteors. BUT, if it’s not raining, go outside BEFORE the moon rises at 10:54pm Saturday and enjoy a shower – of meteors! If clouds get in the way, future meteor showers to look forward to: the Orionids will peak Oct. 22 and Leonids peak on Nov. 18th.

13 10:00am, come hike to the pond on the Shavertown Trail overlooking Pepacton Reservoir. Did you know Pepacton is actually the East Branch of the Delaware River? Total hike length is 2.3 miles. The trail leads to a beautiful view. More details at www.morgan-outdoors.com  RSVP: at (845) 439-5507 or email back.

14 join John Kocijanski of the Catskills Astronomy Club for a Solar Eclipse poster-making workshop at 3:00pm at Morgan Outdoors. We’ll make colorful posters thatSolar eclipse poster teach others about the upcoming eclipse. They’ll be on view during our Solar Viewing session on Saturday, Aug. 19th, and in our windows for passers by to enjoy. All participants enter drawing for a solar-powered Luci Light!  RSVP: reserve a spot at 845 439 5507.

thru September 4 Teresa Audet / Frid Branham / Allan Rubin / Walter Stevens Arboreta at CAS Arts Center, Artist Talk 3pm / Opening Reception 4-6pm

19 Morgan Outdoors will host the Catskills Astronomy Club for a Pre-eclipse Solar Viewing out front on the sidewalk at 1pm. The Club will set up telescopes with solar filters. A great opportunity to learn more about our closest star AND the Solar Eclipse happening on Monday, Aug. 21st!  Pick up a pair of Thousand Oaks Optical certified Solar Viewer glasses to protect those baby blues while looking at the sun.

thru August 19th Shandelee Music Festival, 24th Sunset Concert Series in the SMF Pavilion (845) 439-3277, www.shandelee.com

21 Total Solar Eclipse link to NASA’s live stream https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/eclipse-live-stream

Solar eclipse poster

September 2017

2 & 3 Livingston Manor Free Library Labor Day Book Sale & Community Party, 92 Main St, (845) 439-5440, Saturday Book Sale at Eastern Star, Sunday Community Party at the Livingston Manor Free Library – All are invited with a Book Sale at Eastern Star. Times tba (to be announced)

September 2 – October 28 (every Saturday) Farming with Kids, Apple Pond Farm, 10am, (845) 482-4764

3 Pig Roast & Live Music at The Arnold House Barn

3 Sunday Supper Club at The North Branch Inn

3 Livingston Manor Free Library Labor Day Celebration

3 A Lotta Ricotta, all about goats, hands on cheese making, Apple Pond Farm, 11am-3pm, RSVP (845) 482-4764

9 Be Bop A Lula Block Party bebopalula

9 thru October 15 Mac Adams / Adam Crosson / Kaytea Petro / Carolina Rubio MacWright / Yoav Ruda Light and Dark at CAS Arts Center, Artist Talk 3pm / Opening Reception 4-6pm

9&10 23rd Annual Catskill Rodmakers Gathering, CFFCM

16 Partridge Days, CFFCM

24 Learn to make a classic beret, Moxie Alley, 1pm, RSVP (917) 407-8065 Materials and refreshments will be provided, Cost $50 per 3 hour session.

30 Trout Town Oktoberfest, Roscoe Beer Co

October 2017

7 CFFCM Fly Fishing Hall of Fame Induction & Dinner

8 Sunday Supper Club at The North Branch Inn

15 Traditional Christstollen is available until New Year’s Eve, Brandenburg Bakery, Livingston Manor

15 A Little Bit of Everything, organic farming, renewable energy demonstrations, cheese making & spinning wool Apple Pond Farm, 11am-3pm, (845) 482-4764

tba 2nd Annual Oktoberfest at The Arnold House Barn

21 thru November 19 Elise Church, Lost Presence Barbara Friedman, Big Collars at CAS Arts Center, Artist Talk 3pm / Opening Reception 4-6pm

22 Fascinator Sunday, Make Your Own Millinery Creation, Moxie Alley, 1pm, RSVP (917) 407-8065 Materials and refreshments will be provided, Cost $50 per 3 hour session.

24 Pre-Order your Thanksgiving & Holiday Pies, Brandenburg Bakery, Livingston Manor

28 2nd Annual Halloween Party, Catskill Pizza Garden & the Livingston Manor Free Library

31 Annual Halloween Parade, LM Fire Dept Ladies Auxiliary, 4pm

November 2017

4&5 CFFCM Arts of the Angler Show, Danbury, CT

tba Turkey Trot, Livingston Manor Free Library

23 Thanksgiving Dinner at The Arnold House and The North Branch Inn

25 thru December 31 CAS 2017 Winter Members Show at CAS Arts Center, Annual Members Meeting 2pm / Opening Reception 3-5pm

26 Decorative Touches in Soapmaking Workshop, Moxie Alley, 1pm, RSVP (917) 407-8065

December 2017

2 CFFCM Holiday Open House

3 Santa Claus & Holiday Party, LM Fire Dept Ladies Auxiliary, 1pm

3-24 Christmas at the Brandenburg Bakery, Livingston Manor

9 Festivus Holiday Party! at The Arnold House

10 Potpourri Workshop, Moxie Alley, 1pm, RSVP (917) 407-8065

31 New Year’s Eve Celebrations at The Arnold House and The North Branch Inn

JANUARY 2018

1 The public is invited to join the 6th annual New Year’s Snowshoe at Walnut Mountain on Sunday, January 1st from 1:00 – 2:30 pm. Participants choose the outing that fits their level: a relaxed hike along wide graded carriage roads or an intermediate hike that includes single-track mountain bike trails to the summit. Participants will receive a Walnut Mountain packet from the Liberty Parks & Recreation with a trail map and some great historical facts about Walnut Mountain, including its history as a ski slope. Meet in Walnut Mountain’s large parking lot on West Lake Street, (at intersection of W. Lake Street and Eagle Drive) located between Rt. 52 and Rt. 55. There is a large wooden Park sign at the entrance.  Walnut Mountain is a 265-acre Town Park with over 14 miles of single-track mountain bike trails built by volunteers of the regionally-based Renegades Mountain Bike Club.  This outing is a great opportunity to meet Renegades volunteers and learn more about their contribution to Liberty Parks & Recreation’s trail network. REGISTRATION is required. Call Morgan Outdoors (845) 439-5507 by December 31st and let us know what level you prefer! Dress in layers with sturdy boots. Depending on trail conditions, ice grippers or snowshoes may be required. Snowshoes can be rented in advance at Morgan Outdoors. Call to reserve them. Co-sponsored by Renegades Mountain Bike Club and Morgan Outdoors, with support from Liberty Parks & Recreation. Outing will only be cancelled in extreme weather. Call 845-439-5507 for update if cancelled. Directions and park details at http://www.townofliberty.org/walnut_park.pdf

 

 

3 Responses to Calendar

  1. Judie DV Smith (607)498-6024 Catskill Fly Tyers Guild says:

    We have two events happening at the end of March/beginning of April —-
    The 20th Anglers Reunion Dinner will be held on March 31, 2016 at the Rockland House, Rt 206, Roscoe, NY. Social Hour 6 PM; Dinner 7 PM $25 pp. Contact Rockland House at 607-498-4240 for reservations. Leslie Eggleton, Roscoe native, learned to fish and fly fish on the Beaverkill and Willowemoc Rivers. He’s a licensed guide and works for DEC. He will do a program on Brook Trout. Join us at Junction Pool at 7 am on Friday morning. Sponsored by the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild.
    The 15th Fly Tyers Rendezvous sponsored by the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild will be held on April 2, 2016 at the Catskill Fly Fishing Center from 10 am to 3 pm. Please join us for a day of camaraderie, reunion, and fly tying. Come hang out with some of the most talented fly tyers in the Northeast. There will be over 40 tyers present. If you are interested in tying, contact Judie DV Smith at darbee1@juno.com to sign up. We will have a Silent Auction 10 am – 2 pm with unique items – flies, tools, books, etc. Special item is an 8’ 5 wt bamboo rod by Chuck Neuner. This benefits the Educational Programs Fund – donations welcome. Everyone is welcome and it is free to everyone. Lunch is available.

    • Maria Bivins says:

      Judie – thanks so much for the additional information about these 2 fantastic events. I have updated the calendar. Best, Maria

  2. moderator says:

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

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