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protecting the environmental and economic health of the Catskills since 1969


 

Nov 19 - Jan 4

in the Erpf Gallery


the third annual
Utilitarian Art SHow 

beautiful functional items created by Catskill Makers


Rosalind Dickinson / pottery
Howard Harrison / lights
Annie Hayes / hooked rugs
Linda Heller / ceramic plates
Susan Kukle / jewelry and floor coverings
Lisa Marie Layman / soaps
Judy Mensch / hand decorated napkins
Betsy Gude / shoulder bags
Michael Tweed / guitars

 


November 16 / opening Reception / 6-8 pm


get it. GIve it. the new Catskills / America’s First Wilderness shirt

Available as a long-sleeved tee, kid’s shirt, fitted women’s shirt, uni-sex tee or hoodie, it raises funds and is a great way to spread the Catskill love.

Get one. Or a stack.


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THE Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership (CRISp) Program IS FUNDING invasive species control and prevention PROGRAMS IN 2019

2019 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

CRISP is a collaborative of organizations and agencies that work cooperatively to promote prevention, early detection/rapid response, and control of invasive species to protect natural resources, the economy, and human health

 

Truly, man made the city, and after he became sufficiently civilized, not afraid of solitude, and knew on what terms to live with nature, God promoted him to life in the country.
— John Burroughs

Be serenaded with stories of history and lore as you travel Route 28 through the heart of the Catskill Mountains.

Be serenaded with stories of history and lore as you travel Route 28 through the heart of the Catskill Mountains.