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Barbecue Postponed

The Brook’s BBQ - BSP fundraiser, scheduled for Saturday, April 4 in Sidney, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 virus. more

Sargent ~ Neice

Stagecoach Run Art Festival Canceled

The Stagecoach Run Art Festival this week announced it was canceling this year’s event due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency. The organizing committee sent out a press release Tuesday saying … more

Veggie Gardens 101

Spring is here, many people are unexpectedly homebound, and outdoor activities are looking very appealing indeed. If you aren’t already an active vegetable and herb gardener, this might be the … more


JAC Call For Artists

The 41st annual Jericho Arts Council Fine Arts Show opens April 24 and will run through May 3. Categories include oil and acrylic, watercolor and gouache, photography and drawing and graphics - which … more

No Services At New Hope Church March 22, 29

The New Hope Community Church, Walton, board of directors met to discuss the Coronavirus outbreak. In an effort to be precautionary in protecting the health and well-being of the church family, … more

For-Faith Churches Cancel Services

The Churches of the For Faith Parish, which include Lake Huntington Presbyterian,Bethel Presbyterian, Livingston Manor Presbyterian, Hortonville Presbyterian and Roscoe Presbyterian have canceled … more

Lancaster Bus Trip In April

A bus trip to Lancaster, Pa. to the Sight & Sound Theater to see the play “Queen Esther” has been planned for April 8 - 9. A matineé of the comedy “Nunsense” will … more

Book Signing, Talk At DCHA

Samantha Misa will be at the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) in Delhi on Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. for a book signing and regarding her recently published book, “Witches of the … more

Cruisin’ Delaware County

Backcountry Discovery Routes, an adventure travel-focused organization that maps out motorcycle riding routes, is featuring Delaware County in a promoted route through New England. The route, … more

Billy Joel Tribute Band Coming To Bainbridge Theatre

Billy Joel fans can see Storm Front at the Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre on Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. Storm Front is a tribute band that plays the music and copies the style of Billy … more

Coffeehouse At the Theatre: Patrick Reynolds and Friends

Music on the Delaware’s March Coffeehouse at the Walton Theatre will feature four accomplished Irish musicians on Sunday, March 15, from 6 to 8 p.m. The musicians are Pat Reynolds (fiddle), … more

The Murphy Beds Perform

Bushel Collective, 106 Main Street, Delhi, continues its Cabin Fever Music Series with a performance by The Murphy Beds on Saturday, March 7. Doors open at 7 p.m.; performance at 8, with a suggested … more

Upcycling: Diaries & Work of Norma Collins

Come to the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) Friday, March 6 from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. to an exhibit opening featuring a wine and cheese reception and learn about Sidney resident Norma … more

The Roxbury Arts Group Presents: Large Works Exhibit

The Roxbury Arts Group invites the public to the opening of Large Works, an exhibit celebrating works made on a grand scale, in the Walt Meade Gallery and the Hilt and Stella Kelly Hall at the … more

Community Profile: Jane Carr

Artist Jane Carr fell in love with Treadwell while buying hamburger. “I was on a camping trip with my friend, (the late artist) Helen Mitchell in the late nineties. We stumbled on Treadwell … more

Zink & Company Bluegrass Band To Perform At Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre

To hear a band rooted in the traditions of the early decades of bluegrass and country music don’t miss Zink & Company when they perform at the Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre, 15 North Main … more

History of the Town of Bovina Book Signing, Presentation Saturday

Come to the Delaware County Historical Association (DCHA) at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 22 for a book signing and talk delivered by author, archivist and historian Ray LaFever. LaFever will introduce … more

West Kortright Centre Starts A New Chapter

The acclaimed West Kortright Center (WKC) has a new leader. Patrick Barnes, a Stamford native, will take over as executive director of the center in March, succeeding Amy Helfand. Barnes, who has … more
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