Narrowsburg Farmers' Market
May
18
to Oct 26

Narrowsburg Farmers' Market

13 of the best local farms, food producers and artisans are bringing a NEW and IMPROVED farmers' market to Narrowsburg. Shop the Narrowsburg Farmers' Market every Saturday, 10am-1pm, rain or shine, behind the Narrowsburg Union.

2019 Vendors: Willow Wisp Organic Farm, Trapani Farms and CSA, Hilly Acres Farm, Quails R-US Plus, Channery Hill Farm, Eminence Road Farm Winery, The Cidery, Myrtle Avenue Bakehouse, Cakes & Scones Bakery, Northern Farmhouse Pasta, Mo's Tonic, Oakworks Studio, and Jam Thyme.

Additional Vendors and Special Events TBA!

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Farm to Table Cooking & Dining Experience
Jun
1
to Jun 15

Farm to Table Cooking & Dining Experience

Join seasoned chef Michael Bel, Director of the Catskill Hospitality Institute at SUNY Sullivan, for a hands-on farm to table cooking and dining experience featuring locally sourced food from area farms. Learn new kitchen techniques, prep skills, and tips for selecting the best seasonal food.

Narrowsburg Union
Saturday, June 1 | $110.00 per person / $100 seniors per class (includes dinner) | Register

Saturday, June 15 | $110.00 per person / $100 seniors per class (includes dinner) | Register

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A Night of Contemporary Dance
Jun
8
8:00 PM20:00

A Night of Contemporary Dance

“A Night of Contemporary Dance” features original choreography by NYC choreographers and the musical styles of classical, pop, and jazz. Enjoy an eclectic evening of contemporary dance aimed to tap into all of the senses... Tickets: $20 advance, $25 at the door for adults, and free for kids 12 and under. Call 845-252-7272 or visit www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org

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Four Seasons of Sullivan County
Jun
9
2:00 PM14:00

Four Seasons of Sullivan County

The Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra will perform the world premiere of commissioned works “Four Seasons of Sullivan County” on the Tusten Theatre. The concert will feature a 12-movement composition by Nancy Wegrzyn and a set of five oil paintings by visual artist, Laurie Kilgore. Realized through this unique multimedia program, SCCO and artists Nancy Wegrzyn and Laurie Kilgore will reflect upon the beauty of the seasonal landscape of Sullivan County. Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door, kids 12 and under free with an adult. Call 845-252-7272 or visit www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org.

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Deep Water Literary Fest 2019
Jun
21
to Jun 23

Deep Water Literary Fest 2019

  • Main Street Narrowsburg, NY 12764 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Grimm’s Fairy Tales: A Marathon

Join us for the second annual Deep Water Literary Festival, as we kick off a series of readings of these iconic fairy tales. Audiences will be able to join in at any stage, or stay for each stage; those who complete the marathon will receive a festival t-shirt and a One Grand Books gift card.

Details TBA

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Repair Cafe
Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

Repair Cafe

Repair Café is a free meeting place all about repairing things (together). You’ll find tools and materials to help you make repairs on clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, toys, etc. You’ll also find expert volunteers with repair skills in all kinds of fields.

Additional 2019 Dates: November 9

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Flower Arranging Workshop at the Market
Sep
7
10:30 AM10:30

Flower Arranging Workshop at the Market

Learn how to arrange beautiful local flowers at the Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market. Join Tannis from Farm Arts Collective and Willow Wisp Organic Farm for a fun, hands-on workshop. Learn their names, how to grow 'em and how to arrange 'em. Bring a small necked vessel or vase to hold about 10 stems. Suggested donation $10.

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Repair Cafe
Nov
9
11:00 AM11:00

Repair Cafe

Repair Café is a free meeting place all about repairing things (together). You’ll find tools and materials to help you make repairs on clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, toys, etc. You’ll also find expert volunteers with repair skills in all kinds of fields.

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Narrowsburg Litter Pluck
May
18
10:00 AM10:00

Narrowsburg Litter Pluck

Residents and groups who wish to participate in the County’s Roadside Litter Pluck may pick up their free labeling stickers that adhere to clear garbage bags to identify the bag as roadside litter on or after April 15th at the Town Hall or a county-operated transfer station. While no coupons are required, all roadside litter plucked refuse must be placed in clear bags and an event sticker adhered to the bag.

For more information, please call Sullivan County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Beautification at 845-807-0287.

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Out of Mind at Tusten Theatre
May
4
8:00 PM20:00

Out of Mind at Tusten Theatre

Out of Mind is a hybrid lecture-performance that explores the neuroscience of depression. Dr. Allison C. Waters, a neuroscientist at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine, Center for Advanced Circuit Therapeutics in New York City conducts an experiment using the brain waves and skills of theatre artist Tannis Kowalchuk, Farm Arts Collective. Out of Mind begins in a classic lecture format that soon transforms into a multi-layered performance experience with poetry, song, and theatrical text.
Post-show discussion with a panel of mental health care providers to follow the presentation.

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The Rejuvenary River Circus
Apr
27
4:00 PM16:00

The Rejuvenary River Circus

The Tusten Theatre Spring Cultural Series kicks off with the Hudson Valley based theater group Arm-of-the-Sea bringing their magical puppet, family-friendly storytelling to the Tusten stage. “The Rejuvenary River Circus” is part fairy tale and part live cartoon.

Tickets are $20 advance, $25 at the door, kids twelve and under are free. Purchase at 845-252-7272.

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Repair Cafe
Apr
27
11:00 AM11:00

Repair Cafe

Repair Café is a free meeting place all about repairing things (together). You’ll find tools and materials to help you make repairs on clothes, furniture, electrical appliances, bicycles, toys, etc. You’ll also find expert volunteers with repair skills in all kinds of fields.

Additional 2019 Dates: July 20 & November 9

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Celebrate National Poetry Month & National Library Week
Apr
10
6:00 PM18:00

Celebrate National Poetry Month & National Library Week

Bernie Creamer has been writing poetry for as long as he has lived in Narrowsburg, more than 50 years! Hudson Williams-Eynon has longtime family connections to the area and made it his full-time home just a couple of years ago. Though two very unique voices, each has been inspired by our natural surroundings and close-knit community to put pen to paper.

Join the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library for a rare reading of some of their favorite pieces. Includes special guests, music, Q&A, and light refreshments.

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Art Exhibits in the Galleries at the Union
Apr
6
to May 18

Art Exhibits in the Galleries at the Union

Join The Narrowsburg Union for their next Art Opening on April 6th featuring Nancy Wells, Debra Cortese, Claudine Luchsinger, Gregory J Pelly and Blake & Jessica Barroso.

5 Galleries, Great Company, Light Refreshments - the perfect chance to own a piece of local art.

Opening Reception: April 6th • 5-7:30pm
On Display thru May 18th

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Roald Dahl’s Villains on Trial at DVAA
Mar
23
2:00 PM14:00

Roald Dahl’s Villains on Trial at DVAA

Roald Dahl’s Villains on Trial” moderated by One Grand Books founder Aaron Hicklin asks the question, “who is the most villainous villain of all?” An interactive theater performance in the format of a panel debate will feature The Twits, the Grand High Witch, The Giants and Miss Trunchbull. Who will get your vote? This family-friendly show that welcomes audience participation.

DVAA's 2019 winter Salon Series, featuring free arts events on Saturday afternoons throughout the winter.

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Natalia Zukerman's "The Women Who Rode Away" at DVAA
Mar
16
2:00 PM14:00

Natalia Zukerman's "The Women Who Rode Away" at DVAA

Natalia Zukerman's multi-media performance “The Women Who Rode Away” features original music and projected paintings recounting the artist's journey of finding her own voice through the stories of the women in her life that paved the way.

DVAA's 2019 winter Salon Series, featuring free arts events on Saturday afternoons throughout the winter.

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DVAA Artist Fellowship Recipients
Mar
2
2:00 PM14:00

DVAA Artist Fellowship Recipients

This old-school salon-style event features an artist talk with DVAA’s 2019 Artist Fellowship Recipient in Painting and a reading by the 2019 Artist Fellowship Recipient in Literature - Fiction. Each will give a public talk about their work followed by a moderated conversation.

DVAA's 2019 winter Salon Series, featuring free arts events on Saturday afternoons throughout the winter.

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Finding Balance through Ayurveda at the Library
Feb
25
10:00 AM10:00

Finding Balance through Ayurveda at the Library

  • Western Sullivan Public Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Kristen Dasenbrock, certified Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant, for Finding Balance through Ayurveda at the Western Sullivan Public Library Tusten-Cochecton Branch. Learn the basic concepts and theories of the world’s oldest holistic healing system, discuss the 3 differences in body types and the 5 elements of life and how they impact your own body type. Kristen will also clarify what your body type looks like when in and out of balance.

Event is free, please register in advance (845) 252-3360.

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Oliver King's "Frederick Douglass" One Man Show DVAA
Feb
23
2:00 PM14:00

Oliver King's "Frederick Douglass" One Man Show DVAA

Noted actor Oliver King bringing to life the words of the renowned abolitionist, poet, and statesman Frederick Douglass. “Frederick Douglass was a catalyst. He had a prophetic nature about him, always questioning his state of being, ‘Why am I a slave in this country? Why are we chained and treated like animals?’” says Oliver King. “He was determined to escape bondage and never die a slave. He knew that one day he would be free. If not for him, we would not have Martin Luther King, Oprah Winfrey, or President Barack and Michelle Obama.”

King will perform Douglass’s legendary speech “What to the American Slave is the Fourth of July?,” which Douglass first presented at Corinthian Hall in Rochester, NY on July 5, 1852, more than a decade before Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863.

DVAA's 2019 winter Salon Series, featuring free arts events on Saturday afternoons throughout the winter.

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