Calendar of Events - Central Catskills Chamber of Commerce
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Weekly Events at the Pine Hill Community Center

The weekly activities of the Pine Hill Community Center.

 

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August Begins with lots of activities for all ages!

STUFF TO DO FOR EVERY AGE!!!!
 
CATSKILL RECREATION CENTER,
651 County Road 38, Arkville, NY 12406 www.catskillrecreationcenter.org
 
The Catskill Recreation Center is a one stop for any age or interest. *Wanting a safe and gentle walk outdoors then the new walking path around the grounds is for you.
*Do you love to swim and looking for a great workout? The fully staffed lifeguard team keeps the lap lanes moving.
*Are your children wanting to have water fun than the graduated entrance in the open pool area is just perfect for young families.
*Want to do indoor exercising in the gym and use its many options for physical activities and weightlifting?  The CRC is the place for you.
*If you are seeking group exercise sessions in Tai Chi, Pilates or more then visit www.catskillrecreationcenter.org
*If you love to play beach volleyball?  Well we don’t have a beach but we have the next best thing! Check out the outdoor volleyball court.
*Are you a road bicyclist? Check out the upcoming biking events too.
 
You can have a monthly membership or you can pay for a day of fun. Give the friendly staff a call at 845-586-6250.
 
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1PM WILD SATURDAYS at Woodchuck Lodge, 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road, Roxbury, NY 12474
Visit: www.jbwoodchucklodge.org for full information.
 
Water Dowser, Bill Getz is a lifetime member of the American Society of Dowsers and founder of the non-profit charity Earth Water Alliance which provided purifying water filters to 20,000 Puerto Ricans after hurricane Irene. Bill is a lifetime naturalist and an organic gardener.
     
 
OPEN SUNDAYS – Phoenicia Farmers’ Market
Located at 85 Main Street 10am – 2pm
 
OPEN SATURDAYS – Pakatakan Farmers’ Market at The Round Barn
Located outside of Halcottsville along Rte 30 – 9am – 1pm
 
CATSKILL VISITORS CENTER, 5096 Route 28, Mt. Tremper
www.catskillsvisitorcenter.org/
Limited Access to Indoor Resources :  Summer Hours: 9:30am – 4pm
 
Climb the Fire Tower, walk the Interpretive Loop is any easy stroll to explore the flora and fauna of the Catskills.
The Catskills are for everyone and the staff is here to help you find your perfect Catskills experience. Did you know that the Catskills Visitor Center’s Interpretive Loop is an accessible, crushed gravel trail?
Please reach out to us for more information on accessible outdoors experiences and our staff will be happy to make recommendations.
 
 
BELLEYARE MT – SUMMER ACTIVITIES – 845-254-5600
www.belleayre.com
 
Belleayre Beach – Get your Day Pass for the Season
Wednesday – Monday, Swim, ren a kayak, stand-on-top paddleboard, pedal boats or an aqua trike.
 
Catskill Thunder Gondola Rides
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
 
Discovery Lodge – Open for Eats
 
Hiking
Cross Country Trails – Family Friendly with Interpretive Signage
Hiking on Ski Trails for that extra challenge any day of the week
 
Farmers’ Market Every Sunday through October 3
 
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, (rain date 15th) HALCOTSVILLE MAIN STREET
AMR ANDES, MARGARETVILLE, ROXBURY - PAINT THE TOWN
Artists paint from 10am until 1pm when they will gather to share their work. Plein Air (outdoors) and flexible. Stop by and see how it works. Artists will gather at 1pm to present the day’s work and learn what motivates a creation.
 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 4PM – 7PM – OPENING RECEPTION
 
1053 MAIN STREET GALLERY OPENING RECEPTION – CHRISTIE SCHEELE “LOCAL KNOWLEDGE’ August 13 – September 19
 
THE VILLAGE OF FLEISCHMANNS – WELCOME KIOSK IS INSTALLED
The Village of Fleischmanns has installed its new information kiosk at the most eastern road entrance along Route 28 – the Catskill Mountains Scenic Byway.
Stop by and park in the spacious parking area. Take the time to learn the history of this historic village.  www.fleischmannsny.org
 
PINE HILL COMMUNITY CENTER – Open Each Day
Kids Camp, Thrift Shop, Arts and Music Workshops and many Wellness Classes.
MAIN STREET, PINE HILL, NY info@@pinehillcommunitycenter.org
www.pinehillcommunitycenter.org
 
****REMINDERS OF TAKING CARE IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Safety & Education
Summer recreation is fun and exciting, but it can also be challenging and dangerous. Whether you’re going for a hike, a bike ride, a paddle, or fishing, Hike Smart NY can help you prepare with a list of 10 essentials, guidance on what to wear, and tips for planning your trip with safety and sustainability in mind.
Pop-up Thunderstorms
Lightning strikeBefore every hike you should check the weather for the location you will be visiting. If there are thunderstorms in the forecast for that day or night, change or delay your plans. Do not risk getting caught in a thunderstorm on a mountain trail or a waterbody.
Thunderstorms can bring heavy rain, decreased temperatures, strong winds, and lightning. These dangerous conditions are best avoided. That said, sometimes thunderstorms can develop unexpectedly and appear despite a clear forecast. Keep the following in mind to help you avoid pop-up thunderstorms, and stay safe if you do get caught in one:
  • Watch for darkening skies, increased winds, lightning flashes, and listen for thunder.
  • As soon as you are first aware of an approaching thunderstorm, move to lower elevations or get off the water, and seek shelter.
  • Avoid summits and other open areas during thunderstorms.
  • If you cannot take shelter indoors, find a low spot away from tall trees. Seek an area of shorter trees and crouch down away from tree trunks.
  • Make yourself as short as possible by sitting on your backpack or sleeping pad with your knees flexed. Hug your knees and keep your feet together to minimize the ground effect of a near-by lightning strike.
 
Calendar Planning for Community Events and more!
ANDES COMMUNITY DAY IS BACK AND WILL BE HELD ON SAT. AUGUST 14TH. Looking for volunteers to help out.
  1. Parade Participants: Farms, Floats, Old timey Cars, Fire Departments, Businesses, Organizations.
  2. Volunteers to help with organization, putting up signs, and more.
  3. Vendors – no charge this year.
Please email: Andescommunityday@gmail.com by July 31. We need you!
 
Fleischmanns Street Fair will be held Labor Day Weekend
Sunday, Sep. 5.
Fleischmanns First is the sponsor. You can reach them at PO Box 111, Fleischmanns, NY 12430 or call 845-254-3030. Email: evyg3399@verizon.net for details. (Vendor Form attached.)
 
OLIVE DAY will be held on Sat. Sept. 11, starting at 9am. This Town of Olive annual event is filled with fun activities for kids, lots of music and dancing, vendors and community celebrations. More info coming.
 
*THE CATSKILL WATER DISCOVERY CENTER is open on Saturdays from Noon to 4pm.  www.waterdiscoverycenter.org  669 County Rd., Arkville
Art and Poetry – new student exhibit of Water Champions sponsored by the NYC DEP currently on display through September.
 
*THE 17TH ANNUAL MARGARETVILLE CAULIFLOWER FESTIVAL will be held in the Village Park on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 from 11am until 4pm.
Visit: www.margaretvillecauliflowerfestival.org to find vendor forms and activities.
Volunteers and Vendors are needed.  The 1903 Auto Endurance Run will stop by to visit with many authentic antique cars. www.1903autorun.com