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Matthew J Freda Real Estate Inc.
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Callicoon, NY 12723

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Attractions

NY - Bethel/Sullivan West
  Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Located at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock concert on Max Yasgur's farm, Bethel Woods is a world-class performing arts center. Its inaugural 2006 opened with the New York Philharmonic and brought avid concertgoers a full range of music all summer: beautiful jazz with Wynton Marsales and Diane Reeves; full-bore rock with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; kickin' country with Brad Paisley; and many others including the Boston Pops. The 2011 season promises to be even bigger. Bethel Woods is a fine venue for music, with manicured grounds, amphitheatre and lawn seating, ample refreshments -- all in the peaceful setting of the Upper Delaware Catskills.
  Bethel Harvest Market - This farmers market brings local goods to the original Woodstock Festival site in Bethel. Walk the historic field, listen to live music on a sound stage, take a pony ride, watch Shaker furniture being made by hand – even pet an alpaca! The 2011 season starts mid-August.

 

NY - Callicoon
  Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Located at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock concert on Max Yasgur's farm, Bethel Woods is a world-class performing arts center. Its inaugural 2006 opened with the New York Philharmonic and brought avid concertgoers a full range of music all summer: beautiful jazz with Wynton Marsales and Diane Reeves; full-bore rock with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; kickin' country with Brad Paisley; and many others including the Boston Pops. The 2011 season promises to be even bigger. Bethel Woods is a fine venue for music, with manicured grounds, amphitheatre and lawn seating, ample refreshments -- all in the peaceful setting of the Upper Delaware Catskills.
  Callicoon Farmers Market - Held every Sunday from May through November in Callicoon Creek Park, the Callicoon Farmers Market is the place to meet friends, buy fresh, locally-grown produce, and enjoy the good spirit of an open-air market. Area farmers and gardeners offer the best fruits and vegetables; bakers sell bread, pies, and cakes. You can also pick up a bottle of wine from a local vintner, organically made soaps, and fresh meats and fish.
  Callicoon Street Fair - On the last Saturday in July, this scenic Delaware River hamlet fills the street with vendors, music, barbecue and homemade ice cream. A 5K road race runs up and down River Road. For more information, visit Callicoon's website. .

 

NY - Jefferson
  Jeff Jamboree - Jeffersonville's annual street fair celebrates this Norman Rockwell village with a parade, music, food, street vendors, and much more. Pick up a tie-dyed t-shirt, an autographed book, or a handmade chocolate. Watch wood-carvers and belly-dancers. Or just stroll and greet your friends and neighbors.

 

NY - Livingston Manor/Town of Rockland
  Catskill Art Society - A lively arts organization, the CAS offers broad cultural programming from its new location in Livingston Manor. There you can attend art shows, concerts, craft fairs, and historical exhibitions. The CAS offers an arts education program, with classes for adults and children. Another popular program is the CAS Open Studio Tour, a chance to visit Sullivan County artists in their studios over a 3-day summer weekend. And the CAS Architectural Tour gives you a guided bus trip to various historical buildings in the county, with narration by area historians. For information, call the Catskill Art Society at 845-436-4227.

 

NY - Narrowsburg
  Narrowsburg Riverfest - Reserve the last Sunday in July for one of the best street fairs in the river valley. Riverfest is a celebration of the Upper Delaware River's ecology, arts, culture, music, and food. The highlight of the day-long festival is a poster auction by area artists, an event that draws a crowd and generates excitement as the bidding gets competitive. Other festivities include street theater, stiltwalkers, live music, and fine art and craft vendors. For details, call the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at 845-252-7576.
  Narrowsburg Eaglefest - Narrowsburg celebrates the famous bald eagles of the Upper Delaware Valley every January with Eaglefest – a full day of everything eagle. There's eagle artwork – posters, sculptures, photography – as well as lectures and slide shows by wildlife experts, ice- and wood-carving, and eagle-watching from the observation deck overlooking the eagles' natural habitat of the Narrowsburg Big Eddy. Matthew J. Freda Real Estate is a proud sponsor of Eaglefest.
  Delaware Valley Arts Alliance - The largest and oldest arts organization in Sullivan County, the DVAA delivers a full range of cultural programs to the community. Located in Narrowsburg, the DVAA is home to two art galleries with new exhibitions of contemporary art opening every month. Openings are well-attended, festive affairs with music provided by the Ill Winds Chamber Ensemble. The DVAA also owns the Tusten Theatre, a fully restored Art Deco facility, home of the Delaware Valley Opera, Delaware Valley Chamber Orchestra, Tusten JazzFest, and live theatrical performances. The DVAA is a center of cultural vitality in the Upper Delaware Valley. For information, call the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at 845-252-7576 or visit their website.
  Tusten Jazzfest - In May and June, be sure to catch Jazzfest at Tusten, a series of jazz concerts held at the Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg. Jazzfest is the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance's commitment to, and celebration of, a vital American art form. Jazzfest has hosted both seasoned and emerging jazz musicians on the Tusten Theatre stage, including David "Fathead" Newman, Linda Hopkins, Village Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, among many others. For information, call the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at 845-252-7576 or visit their website.
  Writers Among Us - The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Literary Arts Program “Writers Among Us,” curated by poet and editor Mary Greene, is an annual series of winter Sunday afternoon readings and discussions with area and guest published authors of all genres. Occasional special guest readings and book signings and a joint reading by three local writers groups are among the Literary Program’s Special events. Readings are held in the Krause Recital Hall at the DVAA in Narrowsburg. For information, call the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at 845-252-7576 or visit their website.
  Digit Film Festival - Another program of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Digit is a digital arts festival and symposium. The weekend-long event features screenings of digital movies in all genres; cash awards for Best Experimental Movie, Best Documentary, Best Animation, and Best Narrative; and standalone kiosks running digital art of all kinds. Seminars cover digital creation tools, sound design and production, authoring techniques, and distribution. For information, call the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance at 845-252-7576 or visit their website.

 

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