The Catskill Interpretive Center hosted a diverse group of Catskill organizations and wonderful volunteers at a party to pull invasive plants from a stream side area at the Center's site.
The Catskill Center is planning an invitational exhibit to highlight the utilitarian art of the Catskill Region. The exhibit will open Saturday, December 3 and run through Saturday, January 21, 2017. An opening reception will be held Saturday, December 3 from 2-4pm.
Many of the products we use every day are not only useful, but should be considered beautiful. Homemade furniture, clothing, baskets, stained glass, pottery, quilts… so many items we depend on for everyday use could be on display as art. Here is your opportunity to share your utilitarian creations in an art setting. Submissions should be sent via email to Katie Palm at Kpalm@catskillcenter.org by October 28.
Catskill Center's Catskill Regional Invasive Species (CRISP) staff recently met with Friends of the Beaverkill to discuss the spread of Japanese Knotweed in the region. The Friends of Beaverkill Community is a New York State not-for-profit corporation primarily dedicated to preservation and welfare of the Beaverkill Community, initially the picnic area of the Campsite, the Beaverkill Church, the Covered Bridge, and the Iron Bridge.
Many thanks to all who joined us at the Erpf Center this past Saturday for the Annual Summer Gathering of the Catskill Center! Attendees enjoyed a chance to meet with one another, the board of directors and our staff. Guests dined and delicious local cuisine prepared by Mary's Cookin' Again of Roxbury, enjoyed drinks from Keegan Ales of Kingston and Eminence Road Winery wines. Kim and Reggie Harris provided the entertainment throughout the afternoon.