Call for Outdoor Gear Donations to Support Inaugural Pop Up Market and Catskills Outdoor Expo on May 6th and 7th

As part of our inaugural Pop Up Market on Saturday and Sunday, May 6th and 7th at the Erpf Center—the Catskill Center’s headquarters in Arkville (43355 State Highway 28, Arkville, NY 12406), we are asking for donations of your used (but in good condition) outdoor gear prior to May 6th. All types of outdoor gear are welcome.

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Erpf Gallery, Info Center & Bookstore Volunteers Needed at Erpf Center in Arkville

We need your help on Saturdays at the Erpf Center in Arkville!Help us welcome visitors to the Eprf Gallery and to the Catskill Center's new information center and bookstore at the Eprf Center in Arkville, especially on Saturday's. Volunteers will work in the Gallery and Information Center spaces, greeting the public, answering questions, directing visitors and making sales in the bookstore.

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Information Center and Bookstore Taking Shape at the Erpf Center - Opening April 1st!

As we transition between shows at the Erpf Gallery, Catskill Center staff are hard at work at creating a new space in the Erpf Center, one that will welcome visitors, provide information on Catskill Center initiatives and programs, provide Catskill visitor info and offer the opportunity to browse books and other merchandise available from the Catskill Center!

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Catskill Park Coalition & the "Catskills Package"

Last week the Catskill Center led Catskill Park Awareness Day, joined with more than two dozen organizations represented by just under 50 volunteers to meet 56 legislators representing the Catskill Park and/or who led committees in the Senate and Assembly that can influence spending in the Catskills. As we've done for nearly five years, we met with our legilsators to share our passion for the region and why we think the Catskills are so vitally important to the state. From representatives of major international organizations that are a part of the Coalition, to the small local chamber of commerce down to an informal hiking group, we represented a diversity of interests speaking with one voice.

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