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The Catskill Fire Tower Project, now in its 21st year will open for the summer season on Saturday, May 26th. The 5 fire towers that are part of this volunteer project are Balsam Lake, Hunter, Overlook, Red Hill and Tremper. From Memorial Day through Columbus Day on weekends and holidays, volunteers will open the fire tower cabs from 10am to 4 pm so that visitors can enjoy the stunning views (weather permitting), learn about the fire tower history, and how to safely and enjoyably recreate in the Catskill Forest Preserve. The Annual Lighting of the Fire Tower event will take place on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend.


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05/26/18
-10/08/18
10:00am to 4:00pmLaurie Rankin


 

MIDSUMMER MADNESS IS NEW COMEDY ON OPEN EYE STAGE   

Playwright and director Tania Myren has been enticed to open Midsummer Madness,  her new comedy play about veteran actors, at The Open Eye Theater with a front line cast of Open Eye talent for a run beginning July 12th and continuing to July 22nd.  Her story is about a currently separated married couple who have spent the four decades of their professional careers traveling from city to city, playing the Shakespeare Festival Circuit.  A summer production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in rural Pennsylvania is the setting for the possibility of renewing their relationship and spinning off on new adventures. Amie Brockway, Erwin Karl, Jerrold Reinstein and Carol Schwartz are the players.  

“The action is both on stage and backstage in this funny and worthy new work,” Open Eye Board Member Gail Lennstrom explained in announcing the new production. “Tania is a recognized playwright, with several awards, and this comedy is delicious. We are all very glad she could direct Midsummer Madness here.”  

“Jerrold Reinstein,” Ms. Lennstrom continued, “has a long career as a teacher in a New York City school with a theater program.  He was memorable as Henry Stanton in The Open Eye’s production of Seneca  Falls in 2017.  Carol Schwartz has had 30 years of theater work focused on educational and youth theater.  She played three memorable roles most recently in Sandy and the Weird Sisters.  Erwin Karl, who will again step out of his technical director box, was the unforgettable Schoolmaster and Doctor in Anne of Green Gables.  Amie Brockway, who has temporarily handed over some of the duties of producing artistic director to board members, was last onstage as Grandma Dowdell in A Year Down Yonder and as one of the four actors in the Finding Mr. Lincoln ensemble.”

Performances of Midsummer Madness will be at The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main St. in Margaretville for two weekends starting Thursday, July 12th to Sunday, July 16th and again on Thursday, July 19th to Sunday, July 22nd .  Thursday to Saturday evening performances are at 7:00 PM and Sundays at 3:00PM.  The audience on Opening Night, Thursday, July 12, is invited to a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception at 6:15, hosted by the theater trustees.  

Admission:  $20.00 for adults; $15.00 for seniors; $10.00 for youth to age 26.  The theater is fully accessible, and air conditioned. Handicap parking is in front at the ramp. Regular parking is in the rear with a walkway to the entrance. Call 845-586-1660 or go to openeye@catskill.net for reservations and family, group, or handicap arrangements.  Hearing impaired? There will be open captioning at the Sunday matinees.  For disabled assistance at the theater, call 845-586-2727 on the day of performance.   

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.  The Open Eye also receives vital support from the A. Lindsay and Olive B. O’Connor Foundation, and individual and business contributors.


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07/12/18
-07/22/18
 AMIE BROCKWAY


An illustrated talk on the life and work of celebrated photographer and former Margaretville resident Art Kane, by his son, photographer Jonathan Kane,

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07/21/187:00pm to 8:30pmDiane Galusha


For the first time inn over seven years, KlezKamp, a five-day immersion in traditional Yiddish music and dance, returns to the Catskills this summer.

Henry Sapoznik, camp founder and director, originally started KlezKamp in the 1980s after teachng banjo at an Ashokan Fiddle & Dance Camp.

Inspired, he decided to create a similar camp for traditional Yiddish music and dance. KlezKamp ran for over 30 years in a different Catskills location, offering music, dance, and deep cultural connection. Now, it returns to the Ashokan Center!

KlezKamp features instrumental and vocal music classes, dance tune forms (such as bulgars, zhoks, and shers), improvisational doinas, Yiddish vaudeville songs, folk dances, jams, lectures, and more!

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07/29/18
-08/02/18
 


The International Phoenicia Festival of the Voice
features 
Friday, August 3, 2018 SIRENS OF GOSPEL
8pm - 9:15pm
Phoenicia Park,Main Stage
Jazz great Damien Sneed brings together some of the finest voices in the world to personify the great sirens of gospel -Mahalia Jackson, Shirley Caesar, Kim Burrell, Aretha Franklin, and Albertina Walker - performing gospel classics accompanied by magnificent jazz ensemble.

Saturday, August 4, 2018 CARMEN
8pm - 10pm
Phoencia Park, Main Stage
Set in Seville--in this creative new conception, around the year 1940 -- the opera deals with the jealous passion of Don Jose for Carmen, the gypsy factory girl who lures him away from his duty as a soldier and his childhood sweetheart so she can be freed from custody, setting in motion a chain of tragedies.

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08/03/18
-08/05/18
 


HOSTED BY THE CATSKILL FOREST ASSOCIATION, INC.

Learn all about ginseng, where it grows, and how it can be preserved. 
Be prepared to hike off-trail and uphill! 

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08/04/1810:00am to 1:00pmCatskill Forest Association


Please join us in the community room behind the library for a book sale. All proceeds benefit the library and help us buy more books. Thank you.

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08/11/189:00am to 3:00pmDoris


HOSTED BY THE CATSKILL FOREST ASSOCIATION, INC

There are old mushroom hunters & there are bold mushroom hunters, but not old & bold mushroom hunters.” John Michelotti – from Catskill Fungi – will help you identify a wide range of mushrooms.

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08/26/1810:00am to 12:00pmCatskill Forest Association


Please join us in the community room behind the library for a book sale. All proceeds benefit the library and help us buy more books. Thank you.

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09/01/189:00am to 3:00pmDoris


HOSTED BY THE CATSKILL FOREST ASSOCIATION, INC.

Level I focuses on introducing the participant to open face felling and the development of techniques to safely use it. Topics covered include personal protective equipment, chainsaw safety features, chainsaw reactive forces, bore cutting, pre-planning the fell, and understanding hinge wood strength. Join us to learn how to safely & proficiently fell trees. Personal protective equipment required. 

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09/08/187:30am to 5:00pmCatskill Forest Association


HOSTED BY THE CATSKILL FOREST ASSOCIATION, INC.

Game of Logging Level 2 focuses on maximizing chainsaw performance through basic maintenance, carburetor setting, and filing techniques. Limbing and bucking techniques are introduced, spring pole cutting is covered and more felling is practiced. Personal protective equipment required.

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09/15/187:30am to 5:00pmCatskill Forest Association


This annual fall festival is held in the Village Park along the East Branch of the Delaware Stream corridor.
Celebrating the history and culture of cauliflower farming in the region this event features a Tractor Parade along its Main Street, music, festival food including cauliflower, sales of cauliflower, kids activities, Pure Catskill members and local products, a history tent with farm equipment and displays. There is a farm petting area and pony rides too.

The 1903 Auto Endurance Rally including historic cars from around the country and region will stop by to 'show off' the beautiful cars of olde. Last year two Maxwells were on display. One locally owned and one from the North East. This year looks to be a bigger showing so we are making space for this exciting new addition to the Festival.

Vendor Forms can be found here. 

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09/22/1810:00am to 4:00pmCarol O'Beirne


Please join us in the community room behind the library for a book sale. All proceeds benefit the library and help us buy more books. Thank you.

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10/06/189:00am to 3:00pmDoris


Listen… and allow this listening to lead you into movement and a dance that opens your whole being and rouses your creative fire from the depths of peace.

If you long to meditate with movement and feel drawn to truly ground your spirituality in your body and gain practical tools for living a more energized, peaceful and lucidly creative life, this workshop is for you.
Guided by the teachings of Rumi, delve into grounding and centering techniques that awaken your body, re-connect you with the Earth and your core, so you can open your central channel, your heart and align with Spirit.

Journey into ancient and contemporary ceremonies from high energy movement to stillness and silence in preparation for Sama–deep listening with the heart.

This workshop demystifies turning, offering access to Sufi whirling meditation in a few simple steps. This method allows people of all experience levels to turn for a sustained period with ease. One enters the Sama, pure listening, and ‘is danced’. An age-old practice of the legendary Sufi masters Rumi and Shams, the Sama is an inner journey and a direct path to creativity. It dissolves mental chatter into the vast ocean of presence, and we begin to simply be…unchained, free, present, and wildly inspired.


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11/02/18
-11/04/18
 Front Desk


Please join us in the community room behind the library for a book sale. All proceeds benefit the library and help us buy more books. Thank you.

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11/03/189:00am to 3:00pmDoris


HOSTED BY THE CATSKILL FOREST ASSOCIATION, INC.

Tis the season! Join CFA President Mike Porter to learn how to make wreaths, and to make your own to celebrate the festivities. Make it a family event! 

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12/01/1810:00am to 12:00pmCatskill Forest Association

Pine Hill Community Center Coming Events























This Week At The Center

March 29

Narcan Training

Help Save A Life

There is Still Room  To Sign Up

Thursday March 29

Two Training Sessions

2 pm - 3 pm

6 pm - 7 pm 

Refreshments served

Narcan (naloxone) is an opioid antagonist and is used for the complete or partial reversal of opioid overdose.

It is also used for diagnosis of suspected or known acute opioid overdose and for blood pressure support in septic shock.

This training will help teach participants how to administer and save lives

Sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org

Please let us know which session you are attending

No Fee




April 1

Easter 

Looking for something to do

The center will be open

11 am - 3 pm 




Coffee available everyday



Monday 

Muffin Mondays

Freshly baked muffins with your coffee



Gentle Yoga 

With Kathy Carey

A fun class, lightly paced 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Home School Meet Up

Come meet other home school families

Open Rec, Public Computers

Study Space and a Kitchen

11 am - 1 pm



Learn To Meditate


Join in an hour of mindfulness - awareness practice

Alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation

Ongoing instruction is available

First-timers are always welcome


5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

No Fee


(Some cushions are provided)



Tuesday

Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Building Your Family Tree 

With Moe Lemire

Learn the tips and tools available to research and build your family tree

Bring a laptop computer if you own one

2 pm - 3 pm

No Fee



Snowga  

With Pamela Martin

Apres Ski Yoga class specifically for skiers and snowboarders

to build strength and help prevent injury

5 pm - 6 pm 

$5/class




Scrabble Night

Bring snacks to share starts 7 pm

All welcome

No Fee



Wednesday

Power Yoga 

With Pamela Martin

Emphasis on strength 

10 am - 11 am

$10/class



Social Circle

Good conversation starts 1 pm 

All Welcome



Thursday

Tai Chi Class

With Celeste Graves

Unify the mind, body, spirit

9 am - 10:15 am

$5/class



Beginners Tai-Chi Class 

With Celeste Graves

Learn with other new students

10:30 am - 11:30 am

$5/class




Narcan Training

Help Save A Life

There is Still Room  To Sign Up

Two Training Sessions

2 pm - 3 pm

6 pm - 7 pm 

Refreshments served

Narcan (naloxone) is an opioid antagonist and is used for the complete or partial reversal of opioid overdose.

It is also used for diagnosis of suspected or known acute opioid overdose and for blood pressure support in septic shock.

This training will help teach participants how to administer and save lives

Sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org

Please let us know which session you are attending

No Fee




Friday 

Gentle Yoga

With Kathy Carey

A fun, lightly paced class 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee




Saturday 

Coffee's Ready w/Polly

Weekly baked goodies + good conversation

10 am




Open Recreation

Pool table, Foosball and Ping Pong

11 am - 7 pm




Sunday  Funday

( Open Easter )

Open Recreation

Pool Table, Foosball and Ping Pong

11 am - 3 pm


 

Upcoming Events



March 29

Narcan Training

Narcan (naloxone) is an opioid antagonist and is used for the complete or partial reversal of opioid overdose.

It is also used for diagnosis of suspected or known acute opioid overdose and for blood pressure support in septic shock.

This training will help teach participants how to administer and save lives

Two Training Sessions

2 pm - 3 pm

6 pm - 7 pm

Refreshments served

Sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org

Please let us know which session you are attending




April  12

Smacked 

6 pm - 8 pm





April  13

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




April 14

Native American Gathering

12 pm - 4 pm

Drum Circle

Food

All Welcome




April 14

Rewind To The 1960's @ Club Pine Hill

7 pm to 11 pm

Come relive all your favorite 60's Songs

Dress in 1960's themed attire


Snacks and Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Looking For Folks To Make 60's Themed Appetizers

$10 Suggested Donation







April  19

Hedi Kyle Workshop

Flag Book

7 pm - 9 pm

Limit 10 Participants

Fee $10 to benefit the Center

sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org




April 25

Associates For Training And Development 

Open House

11 am


This program is available at no cost to people who are 55 or older,

reside in Ulster County, are unemployed with little or no income,

and are in urgent need of a job. Participants also receive career assessments,

technology skills updates, and other services.




May 11

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




May 

House in The Catskills

Session #1 @ Club Pine Hill


8 pm - 11 pm 

Guest DJ Angel



June 8

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




June 9 

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Syle




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July 13

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




July 19

Music in Translation 

Interactive Cello Concert with Nicky Swett  

7 pm - 8 pm


Join cellist and teaching artist Nicky Swett for an exploration of classic and contemporary solo cello music

This interactive concert will feature works of J.S. Bach, Alfredo Piatti,

Benjamin Britten, Krystof Penderecki, Marc O'Connor, and others

The program will also include a host of short musical "translations"

that bridge the gaps between all of these musical styles




August 10

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




Septembe8 

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Style




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Septembe14

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




October 12

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians






October 27 + 28 

The Halloween Journey

Want to be a part of the Journey next year.

- Act in the Journey

- Support the Journey

- Set Design

- Volunteer


- Help Fund raise for the Journey

email us at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org



November 9

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




December 8

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Style




December 14

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians




Thrift Store: Open Daily 11 am - 3 pm

Artisan Shop: Open Daily 11 am - 3 pm

Fridays and Saturdays Open 11 am - 7 pm



Center Hours

Monday: 11-3

Tuesday: 11-3

Wednesday 10-3

Thursday 10-3

Friday 11-7

Saturday 10-7

Sunday 11-3
















































































































































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A BREATH OF SPRING AIR - WEEKLY BLAST OF EVENTS IN THE CENTRAL CATSKILLS
THE BREATH OF FRESH SPRING AIR!

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018 – SPRING OPEN HOUSE AT THE CIC – 10AM- 2PM Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 New York 28 Mount Tremper, NY, 12457 www.catskillinterpretivecenter.org

Come out to the Catskill Interpretive Center to learn more about the great opportunities to get outside in the Catskills this spring with members of the NY State Outdoor Guides Association. Enjoy expert demos and take part in hands-on activities celebrating spring recreation in the Catskills, from fishing & hunting to hiking and backcountry camping.

Featured activities are still being added - but check out the amazing list so far!

10:30am & 12:30 pm - Trip Prep & Planning with Destination Backcountry Adventures

11:00 am - Fly Casting Tutorial with Mark Loete (Catskill Angler)

11:00 am - 2:00 pm (ongoing) - Fly Tying Demo with Walter Hamill (Feather & Steel)

11:30 am & 1:30 pm - Surviving an Unexpected Night Outdoors with Will Soter (Upstate Adventure Guides)

12:30 & 2:30 pm - Tree ID Walk with Destination Backcountry Adventures

1:00 pm - Fly Casting & Fly Selection with Bruce Pollock (Inside the Blue Line)

time tbd - Turkey Calling Demo with Timothy Keefe (Keefe Hollow Outfitting Co)

Plus all day enjoy hot campfire drinks and snacks as guides demonstrate safe, low-impact cooking methods. These methods help limit the impact of fire on the natural resources, and are great alternative to use during a burn ban, or times of high fire danger.

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018 – 1PM TO 3PM AT THE PHOENICIA LIBRARY, MAIN STREET, PHOENICIA, NY        www.phoenicialibrary.org

THE JERRY BARTLETT ANGLING COLLECTION presents SPORTING LEGENDS OF THE CATSKILLS

THE PRESENTATION BY AUSTIN “MAC: AND BETHIA WATERMAN will discuss the history and origins of sporting clubs and preserves, both public and private in the Catskills.

For more information about the Jerry Bartlett Memorial Angling Collection, and Catskills fishing lore, techniques and history, visit: www.catskillanglingcollection.org

 

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018 – 3PM TO 5PM

ARTIST RECEPTION, ERPF CENTER, ARTS & CULTURE

At the Erpf Gallery – 1st Floor at the Catskill Center, Arkville, NY 12406 www.catskillcenter.org or call 845-586-2611

 

REFLECTIONS FROM A DREAM – Closing Reception

WORKS FROM THE 2017 PLATTE CLOVE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

Featuring oil and watercolor paintings, graphite drawings, 3D works, writings, and photography from the 2017 artists:

Bob Clyatt, Rachel Fran, Michelle Huang, D. M. LeBlanc

Susan Miiller, Richard Parisio, Jessica Puglisi, Chris Seubert

Kelly Sinclair, Jason Travers     

 

EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE MAY 1ST

 

PHOENICIA INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE VOICE

August 3rd: Opening Night SOULFUL GOSPEL SIRENS

Co-production with The Catskill Jazz Factory

 

Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice and community partner The Catskill Jazz Factory team up once again for a night beyond your imagination!

Jazz great Damien Sneed brings together some of the finest voices in the form of Damien Sneed featuring The Levites.

 

This otherworldly group will unite to personify and exemplify the great sirens of gospel--Mahalia Jackson, Shirley Caesar, Kim Burrell, Aretha Franklin, and Albertina Walker--and many more. This heart-rending, heaven-sent performance will feature gospel classics alongside contemporary genius, and will be accompanied by a magnificent jazz ensemble. 

Ticket: 845-688-3291

 

MONDAY, MAY 7, 2018 at 7:30pm

AN EVENING OF HEALING MUSIC IN THE YURT

 

THE SONG OF THE WORLD

with Scott Sheerin - $10

Register by calling 845-586-3225

”Rooted in silence, fire-hearted,

Mountain commandeers the winds.

She sings the world’s song through this flute.

Listen and be healed.”

 

THE ABILITY OF MUSIC to return us to an awareness of our own true nature—relaxed, wise, joyous and free-has been celebrated for millennia everywhere on Earth. Sacred songs have been the key elements in countless ceremonies, rituals and prayers that have sustained humanity throughout history.

The Blue Deer Center, is located along 1155 County Rte 6, Margaretville, NY 12455 www.bluedeer.org

 

SUNDAY, MAY 13, 8AM-1PM – MOTHER’S DAY BUFFET AT WOODNOTES GRILLE – EMERSON RESORT & SPA, MT. TREMPER, NY

Give Mom a time out! Begin her day of pampering with our Mother’s Day buffet featuring all her favorites including our Woodnotes Grille Omelet Station, Waffle Station, Frittata with Asparagus, Scallion and Goat Cheese, Smoked Salmon with Bagels and Cream Cheese, Chocolate Croissants and Raspberry Bear Claws.

$22 for adults, $10 for kids 12 and under.

Reservations are highly suggested and overnight stays do not guarantee a reservation.  Call (845) 688-2828.

 

OPENING DAY AT HANFORD MILLS MUSEUM

 

MAY 16, 2018 10am until 5pm -  OPEN WED THROUGH SUN.

51 Co Rd. 12, East Meredith, NY 13753 – 1-607-278-5744

 

Hanford Mills Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of only a handful of operating water- and steam-powered mills in the country. The 70-acre historic site, nestled in the northwestern Catskills, features guided tours; waterwheel demonstrations; sawmill and vintage woodworking machines; the John Hanford Farmhouse (which recreates home life in the 1920s), and other historic buildings. Special events held throughout the season.

 

IT'S A CATSKILL WEEKEND YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS.

 

MAY 25 - MAY 27, 2018 – A BIRDING WEEKEND

THE CATSKILL MOUNTAINS HOST 27 DIFFERENT BREEDING WARBLERS. AND AT LEAST 9 MORE SPECIES HAVE BEEN DOCUMENTED PASSING THROUGH THE REGION.

In honor of these amazing birds, the 3rd annual Taking Flight Conference is all about warblers.

The conference will be based at the Emerson Resort & Spa in Mt. Tremper, New York. Tickets: www.catskillcenter.org or call 845-586-2611,

 

ALL THINGS TRAINS – ALONG THE CATSKILL MOUNTAINS SCENIC BYWAY.

 

NEW TO THE CENTRAL CATSKILLS – BEGINS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

Join us in New York's Catskill Mountains to discover the rails that run alongside the Esopus Creek from the beautiful village of Phoenicia to Boiceville along the Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway.

Ride the new Rail Explorers fleet of rail bikes, now with electric pedal assistance!

 

Rail Explorers: Catskills Division opens on Memorial Day Weekend 2018. Seats are limited so book early to make sure you don't miss out!

'The River Run' - Experience the magic of the historic Ulster & Delaware Railroad as you travel alongside the Esopus Creek through the beautiful woods of the Catskill Mountains. Bring a snack and a drink to enjoy at our creekside turnaround. This is an 8 mile round trip with electric pedal assistance. Please allow 2 hours.

 

The River Run Tour Pricing (8 mile round trip with electric pedal assist):

Tandem Explorer: (two riders @ $42.50pp) $85

Quad Explorer: (up to four riders @ $37.50pp) $150

10% discount for bookings of 10 or more (conditions apply)

Rail Explorers: Las Vegas Division bookings are now open. Book your tour now!

 

Parking and check in for all tours: 70 Lower High St, Phoenicia, NY

 

MORE TRAIN TRAVEL FUN and SOME UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT

 

SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2018 OPENING DAY OF THE 2018 DELAWARE & ULSTER RAILROAD SEASON.

 

TWILIGHT ON THE RAILS - MUSIC TRAINS

SATURDAYS  JULY 7 AT 6:30 P.M., SEPTEMBER 1 AT 6 P.M.

The Delaware & Ulster Railroad on Route 28, Arkville hosts Twilight on the Rails. This specially scheduled ride provides an evening of live music aboard the train, featuring one of the region’s top bands, Blues Maneuver. Bring a picnic and beverages.

 

VINTAGE STEAM!

SATURDAY & SUNDAY: June 9 & 10

SATURDAY & SUNDAY: September 29 & 30

The Delaware & Ulster Railroad on Route 28, Arkville will host rides powered by a vintage Steam Locomotive.

 

LIGHT-HEARTED TRAIN ROBBERIES AND BARBECUE!

SATURDAYS: June 16, July 28, Aug. 11 & September 15

The Delaware & Ulster Railroad on Route 28, Arkville will host

The Great Train Robbery & Barbecue by The Catskill Mountain Bushwackers. Historically accurate desperadoes of the 19th century will stage lighthearted holdups of the D&U. A BBQ luncheon is part of the fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











 

 

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Open Eye Theater Announces Summer Classes and Workshops


REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

 

The Open Eye Theater announces the opening of registration for Summer 2018 classes and workshops. Three popular workshops for children and adults return and one new class, “Lights Up on Plays,” has been added. 

 

“Artful Ages Acting” for ages 55 and up begins on Thursday, May 17. In five Thursday evenings from 6:00 – 8:30, participants will read, explore, rehearse, and stage scenes and monologues from Broadway and off-Broadway hits and world classics, and practice the craft of improvisation. Instructor is Open Eye producing artistic director Amie Brockway. The fee is $85 (or pay what you can). 

 

“Teens on Stage,” for ages 10-14, meets four Saturday afternoons in June, from 2:00-5:00, beginning June 9. Playwright, director, and teaching artist Sharone Stacy guides students through the writing of their own original plays, and staging them for an invited audience. The fee is $75 (or pay what you can). 

 

“Lights up on Plays” is new this year. Adults and older teens may register for this class which meets on the first Tuesday evening of each month from June 5 to November 6, from 6-9 pm.  Producing artistic director Amie Brockway leads the class through table readings and discussions of six award-winning contemporary plays. Scripts are provided. Fee is $110 (or pay what you can).

 

“Summer Youth Theater Workshop,” a one-week camp for ages 7-11, meets from Monday, July 23-Friday, July 27, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. Students participate in a story theater exploration and staging of Bear Tales—old and new—led by Open Eye Arts Education teaching artist Jill Olesker. The experience includes creating live sound effects, as for a radio play. Fee is $95 (or pay what you can). 

 

All classes and workshops meet at The Open Eye Theater, 960 Main Street, Margaretville NY 12455.

 

Open Eye Theater classes are supported in part by the A. Lindsay and Olive B. O’Connor Foundation and the Hudson Valley Foundation for Youth Health. For further information, or to request a registration form, e-mail openeye@catskill.net.

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Pine Hill Community Center Coming Events


🔆 Your Support Brings These Events To The Pine Hill Community Center This Week 🔆 

From The Executive Director: 

     Happy Memorial Day everyone. Thank you to all who came out for our annual plant and bake sale. It was a great time had by all and we appreciate your support. Events like these help bring in funds to keep the center running and thriving. This week we have the Pine Hill 2020 vision meeting on Tuesday May 29th at 7pm. Kim Hawkey is here for a vocal improv workshop on Thursday May 31 at 7 pm. Stop by for a visit soon. 



Just Added: 

-- New Gallery Show: "Fractured Surfaces"

      Works by Susan Spencer Crowe

      Gallery Open Daily From 11 am - 3 pm

       Open until 7 pm Fridays and Saturdays



-- Open Mic Night

       Friday June 22

        7 pm - 8 pm

        Play a song, read a poem, tell a story, dance, show your art or unique talents.

        Come share with the community in a fun supportive environment.

        All are welcome.



-- Catskill Cabaradio: Celebrates Perseverance and Renewal 

       June 9th

       6 pm Potluck Supper

       7 pm Live Show Cabaret Style

       Over ten years in the running, the show will feature interviews with Will Collyer of the Ark Bowl & BBQ

       and Kasandra Quednau to discuss substance abuse resources. Musical performances from

       Mark Stepakoff, Jayla Smith, the ever popular house band, The Pine Hill Playboys, plus trivia,

       prizes and more!

       $5 suggested donation



-- Manitou's Revenge: Hike-a-thon

      June 23 + 24

      Moe Lemire, the executive director is back at it again. Manitou’s Revenge is a 56 mile ultramarathon

       through the Catskills beginning in Windham, N.Y. on the northern Black Dome Trail and then mostly

       following the Long Path fromAcra Point all the way to downtown Phoenicia, N.Y.

       Though not running it, Moe will hike all 56 miles in 48 hours to

       raise funds for the community center. Pledge now.

       See details below



Vocal Improv Workshop with Kim Hawkey

May 31

For all students who enjoy music and want to develop their improvisational skills.

Helpful for vocalists and instrumentalists in all levels.

No prior experience necessary.

We will warm-up as a group and play rhythm and harmony games to build listening skills and craft a strong foundation for vocal improv in all styles. The apex of the class will be a fully-improvised group song complete with beatboxed rhythms, melody, harmony and lyrics, in the style of Bobby McFerrin and Pentatonix.

Yes, it can be done in two hours and yes, you're most certainly good enough!



$5 per student. Bring a Writing Utensil, Notebook, Water Bottle.



RSVP encouraged, but not necessary. Walk-ins welcome.



Email kimberly@elvanellemusic.com with any questions or to RSVP.







This Week At The Center:



Monday 

Annual Mega Spring Thrift Sale

11 am - 3  pm 



Muffin Mondays

Freshly baked homemade muffins with your coffee

Provided by Maeve's Place



Gentle Yoga (No Class Today)

With Kathy Carey

A fun class, lightly paced 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Home School Meet Up

Come meet other home school families

Open Rec, Public Computers

Study Space and a Kitchen

11 am - 1 pm



Substance Abuse Resources 

Struggling?

You're not alone

Visit the PHCC Mondays 2 pm - 5 pm for free Substance Abuse Resources. Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment Evaluation, Care Management and Treatment Referrals, Individual, Family and Group Therapy, Certified Recovery Peer Advocates, Telehealth and Medication-Assisted Treatment, and Mobile Outreach Team



Learn To Meditate

Join in an hour of mindfulness - awareness practice

Alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation

Ongoing instruction is available

First-timers are always welcome

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

No Fee

(Some cushions are provided)



Tuesday

Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Building Your Family Tree

With Moe Lemire

Learn the tips and tools available to research and build your family tree

Bring a laptop computer if you own one

2 pm - 3 pm

No Fee



Slow-ga

With Pamela Martin

To get ready for and recover from Spring  activities

5:30  pm - 6:30 pm 

$5/class



Pine Hill 2020 Vision Meeting

7 pm -  8pm

Discuss sidewalks, Parking Lot and Storm Drains



Scrabble Night

Bring snacks to share starts 7 pm

All welcome

No Fee



Wednesday

Power Yoga 

With Pamela Martin

Emphasis on strength 

10 am - 11 am

$10/class



Social Circle

Good conversation starts 1 pm 

All Welcome



Thursday

Tai Chi Class

With Celeste Graves

Unify the mind, body, spirit

9 am - 10:15 am

$5/class

 

New: 6- week Beginners Tai Chi wth Qigong

Walk-Ins welcome



With Celeste Graves, MA, is a Senior Trainer with

The Tai Chi For Health Institute

What is Tai Chi? What is Qi Gong? What is the difference?

Come and find out and learn to "play" with both

10:30 am - 11:30 am

All ages and levels of fitness and/or Tai Chi experience are welcome



$5/ class or get the pre-pay discount of $25 for 6 classes



Kim Hawkey: Vocal Improv

5 pm - 7 pm

For all students who enjoy music and want to develop their improvisational skills.

Helpful for vocalists and instrumentalists in all levels.

No prior experience necessary.

We will warm-up as a group and play rhythm and harmony games to build listening skills and craft a strong foundation for vocal improv in all styles. The apex of the class will be a fully-improvised group song complete with beatboxed rhythms, melody, harmony and lyrics, in the style of Bobby McFerrin and Pentatonix.

Yes, it can be done in two hours and yes, you're most certainly good enough!



$5 per student. Bring a Writing Utensil, Notebook, Water Bottle.



RSVP encouraged, but not necessary. Walk-ins welcome.

 



Friday 

Gentle Yoga

With Kathy Carey

A fun, lightly paced class 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Saturday 

Coffee's Ready w/Polly

Weekly baked goodies + good conversation

10 am



Open Recreation

Pool table, Foosball and Ping Pong

4 pm - 7 pm



Sunday  Funday

Open Recreation

Pool Table, Foosball and Ping Pong

11 am - 3 pm

 

Upcoming Events



May 29

Pine Hill 2020 Meeting

7 pm 

Come discuss the parking lot, storm drainage and other Pine Hill specific items



May 31

Vocal Improv Workshop with Kim Hawkey

(ages 12-18  All abilities)

Thursday  May 31

5 pm - 7pm



For all students who enjoy music and want to develop their improvisational skills.

Helpful for vocalists and instrumentalists in all levels.

No prior experience necessary.

We will warm-up as a group and play rhythm and harmony games to build listening skills and craft a strong foundation for vocal improv in all styles. The apex of the class will be a fully-improvised group song complete with beatboxed rhythms, melody, harmony and lyrics, in the style of Bobby McFerrin and Pentatonix.

Yes, it can be done in two hours and yes, you're most certainly good enough!



$5 per student. Bring a Writing Utensil, Notebook, Water Bottle.



RSVP encouraged, but not necessary. Walk-ins welcome.



Email kimberly@elvanellemusic.com with any questions or to RSVP.



June 8

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



June 9 

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Syle

Over ten years in the running, the show will feature interviews with Will Collyer of the Ark Bowl & BBQ, and Kasandra Quednau to discuss substance abuse resources. Musical performances from Mark Stepakoff, Jayla Smith, the ever popular house band, The Pine Hill Playboys, plus trivia, prizes and more!

$5 suggested donation



http://pinehillcommunitycenter.org/images/catskill_bear_trans_125w.gif



Love Cabaradio -- Support it here

https://www.gofundme.com/catskillcabaradio



June 11



Sign Up Here: http://www.delawareriversolar.com/pinehill

$50 will be donated to the center for every sign up 



June 16

Summer Nights @ Club Pine Hill



9 pm - 12 am

Playing the best dance music

Maki and DJ storm spinning the beats

$5 suggested donation



June 22

Open Mic Night

Friday June 2 

7 pm - 8 pm

Play a song, read a poem, tell a story, dance, show your art or unique talents

Come share with the community in a fun supportive environment

 All are welcome



June 23 + 24

Manitou's Revenge

He's back at it again. Executive director Moe Lemire will be hiking Manitou's Revenge a ultramarathon course going from Windham to Phoenicia. This course runs 56 miles and Moe will hike it within 48 hours to raise funds for the community center. This is a grueling, gnarly, nasty course with approximately 15,000 ft. of climbing, much of it rocky and precipitous where hand over hand climbing can occur. Moe loves the center and is asking for your pledge per mile.

email pledges to info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org



July 13

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



July 19

Music in Translation 

Interactive Cello Concert with Nicky Swett  

7 pm - 8 pm

Join cellist and teaching artist Nicky Swett for an exploration of classic and contemporary solo cello music

This interactive concert will feature works of J.S. Bach, Alfredo Piatti,

Benjamin Britten, Krystof Penderecki, Marc O'Connor, and others

The program will also include a host of short musical "translations"

that bridge the gaps between all of these musical styles



July 23





August 10

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



September 8 

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Style



http://pinehillcommunitycenter.org/images/catskill_bear_trans_125w.gif



Love Cabaradio -- Support it here

https://www.gofundme.com/catskillcabaradio



September 14

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



October 12

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians





October 27 + 28 

The Halloween Journey

Want to be a part of the Journey next year.

- Act in the Journey

- Support the Journey

- Set Design

- Volunteer

- Help Fund raise for the Journey

email us at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org

See Trailer here: https://youtu.be/v0dFemhwckA



November 9

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



December 8

Catskill Cabaradio 

6 pm Potluck Supper

7 pm Live Show Cabaret Style

http://pinehillcommunitycenter.org/images/catskill_bear_trans_125w.gif



Love Cabaradio -- Support it here

https://www.gofundme.com/catskillcabaradio





December 14

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



Thrift Store: Open Daily 11 am - 3 pm

Artisan Shop: Open Daily 11 am - 3 pm

Fridays and Saturdays Open 11 am - 7 pm



Center Hours

Monday: 11-3

Tuesday: 11-3

Wednesday 10-3

Thursday 10-3

Friday 11-7

Saturday 10-7

Sunday 11-3

more info...
Coming Soon...Director

June 12 - Early September at The Pine Hill Community Center
 Boomwhackers

       Friday, June 22


       Great Circle Music Academy presents

       Great Circle Rhythm Band Workshop

       Using tuned plastic tubes, shakers, drums and improvised percussion instruments

       participants learn to work as a group to weave a tapestry of sound, melody and rhythm together



       Musician and educator Ryan Jewell will teach a series of exercises, games, and fun  musical activities

       to facilitate a creative environment where all participants can learn about music, listening, teamwork,

       improvisation and the health and wellness benefits of sound, rhythm and movement.

       No prior experience necessary.

       All ages, All levels, All abilities 



 Camping with Pine Hill Community Center

      Love to Camp? Want to learn to Camp?  Have no one to camp with?

       Join director Moe Lemire, licensed New York State Guide and Appalachian Trail thru-hiker,

       on Monday nights as he camps around the Catskills. 6:30 pm weekly beginning June 18th. 

       Suggested donation $10

       Sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org



Studio 54 @ Club Pine Hill

       Saturday, July 14


        8 :30 pm - 11:30 pm

        The Best of the 1970's

        DJ Storm and Maki Spinning Beats

        All are welcome.

        Suggested Donation$5

        Non Alcoholic Drinks and Snacks

      

Costume Party @ Club Pine Hill

       Saturday, August 18


        To Benefit The Halloween Journey

        8:30 pm - 11: 30 pm

        Come in Costume

        Snacks and Non Alcoholic drinks



Manitou's Revenge: Hike-A-thon

      June 23 + 24


      Moe Lemire, the executive director is back at it again. Manitou’s Revenge is a 56 mile ultramarathon

       through the Catskills beginning in Windham, N.Y. on the northern Black Dome Trail and then

       mostly following the Long Path fromAcra Point all the way to downtown Phoenicia, N.Y.

       Though not running it, Moe will hike all 56 miles in 48 hours to

       raise funds for the community center. Pledge now or donate here

       http://www.pinehillcommunitycenter.org/



This Week At The Center:

 Monday 

Muffin Mondays

Freshly baked homemade muffins with your coffee

Provided by Maeve's Place



Gentle Yoga 

With Kathy Carey

A fun class, lightly paced 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Home School Meet Up

Come meet other home school families

Open Rec, Public Computers

Study Space and a Kitchen

11 am - 1 pm



Substance Abuse Resources 

2 pm - 5 pm 

Struggling?

You're not alone

On the spot Narcan Training

Visit the PHCC Mondays 2 pm - 5 pm

Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment Evaluation

Care Management and Treatment Referrals

Individual, Family and Group Therapy

Certified Recovery Peer Advocates

Telehealth and Medication-Assisted Treatment

Mobile Outreach Team



Learn To Meditate

Join in an hour of mindfulness - awareness practice

Alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation

Ongoing instruction is available

First-timers are always welcome

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

No Fee

(Some cushions are provided)



Community Solar Information Session



Tuesday

Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Building Your Family Tree

With Moe Lemire

Learn the tips and tools available to research and build your family tree

Bring a laptop computer if you own one

2 pm - 3 pm

No Fee



Slow-ga

With Pamela Martin

To get ready for and recover from Spring  activities

5:30  pm - 6:30 pm 

$5/class



Scrabble Night

Bring snacks to share starts 7 pm

All welcome

No Fee



Wednesday

Power Yoga 

With Pamela Martin

Emphasis on strength 

10 am - 11 am

$10/class



Social Circle

Good conversation starts 1 pm 

All Welcome



Thursday

Tai Chi Class

With Celeste Graves

Unify the mind, body, spirit

9 am - 10:15 am

$5/class

 

New: 6- week Beginners Tai Chi wth Qigong

Walk-Ins welcome



With Celeste Graves, MA, is a Senior Trainer with

The Tai Chi For Health Institute

What is Tai Chi? What is Qi Gong? What is the difference?

Come and find out and learn to "play" with both

10:30 am - 11:30 am

All ages and levels of fitness and/or Tai Chi experience are welcome



$5/ class or get the pre-pay discount of $25 for 6 classes



Friday 

Gentle Yoga

With Kathy Carey

A fun, lightly paced class 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Saturday 

Coffee's Ready w/Polly

Weekly baked goodies + good conversation

10 am



Open Recreation

Pool table, Foosball and Ping Pong

4 pm - 7 pm



Summer Nights @ Club Pine Hill



9 pm - 12 am

Playing the best dance music

Maki and DJ storm spinning the beats

Non-Alcoholic drinks and snacks

$5 suggested donation



Sunday Family Funday

Open Recreation

Pool Table, Foosball and Ping Pong

11 am - 3 pm

 

Upcoming Events

June 16

Summer Nights @ Club Pine Hill

9 pm - 12 am

Playing the best dance music

Maki and DJ storm spinning the beats

$5 suggested donation



June 22

Boomwhackers

Great Circle Rhythm Band Workshop

Friday June 22

5 pm - 6 pm 

Brought to you by Great Circle Music Academy 

Shakers, drums, and improvised percussion instruments

Participants learn to work as group

To weave a tapestry of sound, melody and rhythm together

All ages

All levels

All abilities

Are welcome



June 22

Open Mic Night

Friday June 22

7 pm - 8 pm

Play a song, read a poem, tell a story, dance, show your art or unique talents

Come share with the community in a fun supportive environment

All are welcome



June 23 + 24

Manitou's Revenge

He's back at it again. Executive director Moe Lemire will be hiking Manitou's Revenge a ultramarathon course going from Windham to Phoenicia. This course runs 56 miles and Moe will hike it within 48 hours to raise funds for the community center. This is a grueling, gnarly, nasty course with approximately 15,000 ft. of climbing, much of it rocky and precipitous where hand over hand climbing can occur. Moe loves the center and is asking for your pledge per mile.

email pledges to info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org



July 6: Save The Date

A Gala Fundraiser For The Pine Hill Community Center

At The Pine Hill Yoga Studio (Church)

Performances by Kim Hawkey

and Members of The Elvanelle Collective

7 pm - 10 pm



July 13

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians



July 19

Music in Translation 

Interactive Cello Concert with Nicky Swett  

7 pm - 8 pm

Join cellist and teaching artist Nicky Swett for an exploration of classic and contemporary solo

cello music. This interactive concert will feature works of J.S. Bach, Alfredo Piatti,

Benjamin Britten, Krystof Penderecki, Marc O'Connor, and others

The program will also include a host of short musical "translations"

that bridge the gaps between all of these musical styles



July 23





August 10

Slow Jam

6 pm - 9 pm

Collaborate

Learn new tunes

Practice

Play some music

All without an audience

Open to all musicians

more info...
Coming Soon...

Pine Hill Community Center July 19 - July 22
From The Executive Director: 

   The turn out for the Annual Meeting was spectacular. Mat Merchants presentation about Bears was very informative. We will keep you posted as we investigate being a Bear Wise Village and how we proceed from here. If interested in adding your name to that list please email us at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org. We still have space available in the Pottery Class Session 1. This class begins Monday July 23 and runs 4 weeks. Cost is $80 per session and that includes firing and glazing. Many have asked when we are doing pottery. Here is your chance. Sign up now to reserve your spot at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org.



Events This Week 



Thursday July 19



Music in Translation 

Interactive Cello Concert with Nicky Swett  

7 pm - 8 pm

Join cellist and teaching artist Nicky Swett for an exploration of classic and contemporary solo

cello music. This interactive concert will feature works of J.S. Bach, Alfredo Piatti,

Benjamin Britten, Krystof Penderecki, Marc O'Connor, and others

The program will also include a host of short musical "translations"

that bridge the gaps between all of these musical styles



Happening At The Center:



Monday July 16 

Muffin Mondays

Freshly baked homemade muffins with your coffee

Provided by Maeve's Place



Gentle Yoga 

With Kathy Carey

A fun class, lightly paced 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Kids Cool Camp

10 am - 3 pm

Free

sign up at francesca.warnes@aol.com



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Home School Meet Up

Come meet other home school families

Open Rec, Public Computers

Study Space and a Kitchen

11 am - 1 pm



Substance Abuse Resources 

2 pm - 5 pm 

Struggling?

You're not alone

On the spot Narcan Training

Visit the PHCC Mondays 2 pm - 5 pm

Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment Evaluation

Care Management and Treatment Referrals

Individual, Family and Group Therapy

Certified Recovery Peer Advocates

Telehealth and Medication-Assisted Treatment

Mobile Outreach Team



Learn To Meditate

Join in an hour of mindfulness - awareness practice

Alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation

Ongoing instruction is available

First-timers are always welcome

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

No Fee

(Some cushions are provided)



Camping With PHCC

7 pm - 7 am 

Want to learn how to camp

Have no one to camp with

Enjoy sleeping in the woods

Well join New York State licensed guide Moe Lemire

as he spends Monday nights camping around the Catksills

sign up at info@pinehillcommunitycenter.org



Tuesday July 17

Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair, imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Building Your Family Tree

With Moe Lemire

Learn the tips and tools available to research and build your family tree

Bring a laptop computer if you own one

2 pm - 3 pm

No Fee



Slow-ga 

With Pamela Martin

To get ready for and recover from Spring  activities

5:30  pm - 6:30 pm 

$5/class



Scrabble Night

Bring snacks to share starts 7 pm

All welcome

No Fee



Wednesday July 18



Power Yoga 

With Pamela Martin

Emphasis on strength 

10 am - 11 am

$10/class



Social Circle 

Good conversation starts 1 pm 

All Welcome



Thursday July 19

Mixed Level Tai Chi Class

With Celeste Graves

Unify the mind, body, spirit

All Levels

All Abilities

All Welcome

9 am - 10:15 am

$5/class



Music in Translation 

Interactive Cello Concert with Nicky Swett  

7 pm - 8 pm

Free 

Join cellist and teaching artist Nicky Swett for an exploration of classic and contemporary solo

cello music. This interactive concert will feature works of J.S. Bach, Alfredo Piatti,

Benjamin Britten, Krystof Penderecki, Marc O'Connor, and others

The program will also include a host of short musical "translations"

that bridge the gaps between all of these musical styles



Friday July 20

Gentle Yoga

With Kathy Carey

A fun, lightly paced class 

9 am - 10 am

$5/class



Kids Cool Camp

10 am - 3 pm

No Fee

Donations Accepted

sign up at francesca.warnes@aol.com



Monkey See Monkey Do 

With Patti Rudge

Exercise while seated in a chair imitate

the movements of Patti and get a great workout

10:30 am - 11:30 am

No Fee



Saturday July 21

Coffee's Ready w/Polly

Weekly baked goodies + good conversation

10 am



Open Recreation

Pool table, Foosball and Ping Pong

4 pm - 7 pm



Sunday Family Funday July 22

Open Recreation

Pool Table, Foosball and Ping Pong

11 am - 3 pm

more info...
Coming Soon...

CRAFTS FOR KIDS SUMMER 2018 AT PAKATAKAN FARMERS' MARKET
CRAFTS FOR KIDS SUMMER 2018 Catskill Mountain Artisans Guild at the Pakatakan Farmers’ Market JUNE 30-JULY 28



June 30 – Linda Fulghum Tic Tac Toe Muslin Bags -- Youth are stamping organic muslin bags to personalize Tic Tac Toe game bags. Pebbles as tokens are included for this fun activity.



July 7 – Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Origami -- Youth learn the basic folds to create simple origami forms like the drinking cup and frog.



July 14 – Linda Fulghum Greeting Cards -- Youth construct a Pop Up Greeting Card and add embellishments and spots of color that bring sparkle to their card.



July 21 – Carlyle Bradford Pinch Pots -- Youth work with air drying clay and magic markers to create a special pinch pot to hold tiny special treasures.



July 28 – Calli Cline Mini Felted Soap Bars -- Youth learn to felt multi-colored wools that they then wrap around mini soap balls.



Catskill Mountain Artisans Guild – Handmade Regional Crafts

785 Main Street, Margaretville, NY 12455 845 586 3443



www.catsguild.org     info@catsguild.org

Check us out on Facebook.com Funding Credit: Crafts for Kids at Pakatakan Farmers’ Market is supported by The Lindsay A. and Olive B. O'Connor Foundation.

 

more info...
Coming Soon...Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes

Cool Camp Monday and Friday at the Pine Hill Community Center
Cool Camp for Kids



Pine Hill Community Center



Each Monday and Friday

July 9th - August 27

10 am - 3 pm



Free

Donations Always Accepted



Activities:

Music Class with Ryan

Vocal Improv Class with Kim

Drum Circle with MaryLou

The Bug Lady

Hikes with Moe

Crafts



Sign Up

francesca.warnes@aol.com

 


more info...
Coming Soon...Francesca


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