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September 2019 Events


Tuesday, September 3 & every Tuesday

BRAIN GAMES at the Hunter Public Library at 11:30 am. Contact us at or 518-263-4655

Wednesday, September 4 & every Wednesday

BINGO at Catskill Elks Lodge! Doors open 5pm; early bird games start at 6:40pm; regular bingo starts at 7:05pm. Located at the end of North Jef-ferson Avenue in Jefferson Heights, Catskill.

Wednesday, September 4 & Friday, September 6

GRACE PLACE, Respite Care for Memory Impaired Seniors, every Wednesday and Friday, 10am to 2pm at the Resurrection Lutheran Church in Cairo. Offering support to those with mild to moderate memory loss, as well as to give relief to the caregiver. For more info call 518-622-3286 or visit www.RLC.life/GracePlace.

Thursday, September 5 & every Thursday

PLAY SCRABBLE at the Hunter Public Library, 1 to 5pm. Contact us at or 518-263-4655.
LEGO CLUB at 4pm, Mountain Top Library, 6093 Main Street, Tannersville. 518-589-5707. Everyone is free to come and build!

Thursday, September 5 & every Thursday

RIP’S STITCHERS KNITTING & CROCHETING GROUP meets from 3 to 5 pm at the Hunter Public Library. All levels welcome. hunterpubliclibrary@ gmail.com or 518-263-4655.

Saturday, September 7

42ND ANNUAL CHICKEN BBQ at the Catskill United Methodist Church, 40 Woodland Avenue. Continuous seating 4 to 7pm. Take-outs starting at 4pm. Half chicken, corn on the cob, homemade salads & desserts. Adults $13.00; Children 5-12 $8.00; 4 & under free w/paid adult. We will also be at the Catskill Village Food Festival on Main Street with Chicken BBQ Dinners available.
COMPASSIONATE BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP at 2pm. This faith-based group comforts and guides those who have lost a loved one, on their journey toward healing. All are welcome. Contact group facilitator Dick Haines 518-589-7579 with any questions. Meets the first Saturday of the month at the Mountain Top Library, 6093 Main Street, Tannersville. 518-589-5707.

Saturday, September 7 & every Saturday

DROP IN CRAFT, all day, at the Mountain Top Library, 6093 Main Street, Tannersville. 518-589-5707.

Monday, September 9

CATSKILL GLEE CLUB REHEARSALS resume at the Community Life Church, 20 W. Main St., Catskill, 7 to 9:15pm. All-male chorus; new mem-bers, from high school to adults, are welcome. Michael Wright, conduc-tor; Lou Curschmann, Club President. Call Bob Gaus at 845-389-1503 or Facebook @TheCatskillGleeClub for info.

Tuesday, September 10

COFFEE KLATCH at the Hunter Public Library, 10 to -11:30am and the 2nd Tuesday of every month. Join us for food, fun and friendship. Contact us at or 518-263-4655.

Wednesday, September 11

CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH GROUP. Join us for this informal group, hosted by Carlos Gonzalez and the Mountain Top Library. Meets the second Wednesday of the month at 3pm, at the Mountain Top Library, 6093 Main Street, Tannersville. 518-589-5707.

Thursday, September 12

TURNING STONE BUS TRIP hosted by the Catskill Elks Lodge. Bus leaves the lodge at 7:30am sharp and leaves Turning Stone at 5:00pm sharp. Contact Emily Gallo 518-610-3634. $35.00 p/p includes continental breakfast, light lunch, food voucher, transportation, bingo bonus or slot bonus. Trip also planned for October 10.

Fridays, September 13 & 27

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP – meeting the second and fourth Friday each month, 6pm at Van Heest Hall, Bethany Village, Coxsackie. Connect with others who have experienced the loss of a loved one, a job, a beloved pet, a major health challenge or the ending of a relationship. More info on our facebook page at Coxsackie Grief Support Group and by contacting Jeffrey Haas at 518-478-5414 or

Saturday, September 14

AUTUMN USED BOOK SALE at the Cairo Public Library, 15 Railroad Ave-nue, Cairo, 10am to 2pm at the shed behind the library, weather permitting. Paperbacks 3 for $1, hardcovers 50 cents. Books by the bag will be $5.00; buy one get one free.

Saturdays, September 14 & 28

COXSACKIE ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTARY SERIES at the Village of Coxsackie Office Complex, 119 Mansion Street, Coxsackie. Documentaries shown on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month. FREE. Contact Jeffrey at 518-478-5414 or For documentary info find us on Facebook at Coxsackie Earth Day.

Sunday, September 15

ALL YOU CAN EAT CHICKEN BBQ at the Kiskatom Firehouse, 4838 Route 32, Catskill, hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary. Take-outs 3-4pm; Eat-in 4:30 to 7pm. BBQ Chicken, corn-on-cob, baked beans, cucumber salad, potato salad, roll, beverage and dessert. Donation $13 adults, $6 children 6-12, children 5 and under free with paid adult ticket.

Saturday, September 21

FALL FAIR at Grace United Methodist Church, 16 Hillcrest Drive, Ravena. 9am – 3pm. Country kitchen with baked goods, homemade canning goods, homemade candy, local produce, silent auction, craft centers, huge book sale, bargain shed, games, bounce house, photo booth, music, chicken BBQ. SPECIAL EVENTS: 10am – 1 pm appraisals by “Antique La-dies” – $3 per item; Morning – “Ask the Authors”; afternoon – Fire, EMS & K-9 demonstrations.
13TH ANNUAL MID-HUDSON WOODWORKERS SHOW, 10am to 5pm at the Hurley Reformed Church, 11 Main St., Hurley, NY 12443. Displays of woodworking, demonstrations, Woodmizer demonstration, gifts for the children, make a pen, raffle, door prizes. Admission: $3.00; under 12 free. The Mid-Hudson Woodworkers is a chapter of the Northeastern Woodworkers Association, an all-volunteer, non-profit organization.

Sunday, September 22

SUNDAYS ALONG THE RIVER: THE WHITTLER AND THE WEAVER – Remarks and demonstration by local whittler Dick Brooks plus a rare opportunity to visit the 1685 loft with its collection of early spinning and weaving equipment, 2pm. Adults $8, GCHS Members & Children $4. Bronck Museum, 90 County Route 42, Coxsackie.


August 30, 2019
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