2017 Events

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Oct. 21 Annual Meeting. Luncheon and Program

Oct. 21 Annual Meeting. Luncheon and Program

Vroom vroom! Youngster is anxious to take Burr Hubbell's 1908 Maxwell for a spin.

Sept. 23 Cauliflower Festival

Welcome to the 14th Annual Cauliflower Festival! Held on Saturday, September 23 from 10 until 4 in the village park. Free Admission! Celebrating farming, cooking and culture in the past, present and future of the Catskill Mountains. Visit Chamber Event Page Fun for the entire family including: Cauliflower For Sale Scores of Artists and Craftspeople […]

Sat., Sept. 9, Before Belleayre (repeat presentation)

Sat., Sept. 9, Before Belleayre (repeat presentation) An illustrated talk by Diane Galusha on the rich, famous and forgotten of Highmount, a railroad resort community before two ski centers made it a winter sports destination. 2 p.m. HSM Hall, 778 Cemetery Rd., Margaretville. Freewill donation

Wed., July 26 Suffrage Parade and Film

Wed., July 26 Suffrage Parade and Film

Walk down Main Street, Margaretville from Binnekill Park to the Open Eye Theater, meet the characters of the new musical “Seneca Falls,” and watch the 13-minute film, “Into the Light,” on the life and death of Suffragette Inez Milholland. Free. A NYS Suffrage Centennial Event. 7 p.m.

Dick Sanford talks about his life with the News

Sat., Aug. 12 History as it Happened

Stories from the pages of the Catskill Mountain News, artfully told by guest readers. Celebrating 115 years of Sanford-family ownership, 1902-1917. HSM Hall, 778 Cemetery Rd., Margaretville.

Sat., Sept. 23 Cauliflower Festival

Visit the History Tent at this popular festival that celebrates our rural, agricultural heritage. 10-4. Free

Sat., Oct. 21 Annual Meeting and Luncheon

Lunch at Noon, meeting at 1, presentation at 1:30 p.m.: “It Ain’t Nice Fur Purty: Tales from the Age of Homespun,” by Bill Horne, author of “The Improbable Community: Camp Woodland and the American Democratic Ideal.” This talk will feature Mike Todd, George Edwards and other local elders whose stories, skills and music were beloved […]