MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
Parades and Celebrations
Memorial Day (5/27)
10am: Livingston Manor
Full list of observances and events: http://www.co.sullivan.ny.us/CountyNews/tabid/2206/ArticleId/468/FromTabId/36/Default.aspx
2013 Barryville Farmers’ Market Opens
Saturdays 10am to 1pm
Come to Barryville for local food and farm products. 10 returning vendors plus 4 new vendors will provide you with fruits, vegetables, flowers, meats, eggs, baked goods, jams, wine, cheese, pasta, teas, crafts and more.
The Market will be open rain or shine every Saturday until the end of October.
Bring your Elementary School Class
Experience the living history of the daily life of The Delaware Company pioneers, the first European settlers in the Upper Delaware River valley from the 1750′s through the American Revolution. Let them see a working blacksmith, candle maker, spinners and weavers, colonial herb gardening, and cabin keeping – plus the firing of muskets and an authentic 2-pound swivel cannon!
A picture is worth a thousand words – A living picture is worth even more!
May 21, 22, 23/May 29, 30/June 4, 5, 6/June 11, 12, 13
For more information or to reserve your field trip, call 845-807-0261 Monday through Friday 8am – 4 pm
FORT DELAWARE MUSEUM
Eighteenth century folk musician Linda Russell will be among the highlights of a three-day Market Fair when Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History opens for the 2013 season Memorial Day weekend. Accompanying herself on hammered and mountain dulcimers, guitar, pennywhistle and limberjack, she will bring life to ballads, broadsides, love songs, marches, drinking songs and dance tunes common to the early settlers of the Upper Delaware River valley.
Joining her at the Colonial Market Fair will be “General Mad Anthony Wayne” (for whom Wayne County, PA is named,) members of the National Living History and Rendezvous Foundation, Navasing Long rifles, Brigade of the American Revolution, and dozens of other reenactors, artisans, and sutlers demonstrating – and selling – their period-correct crafts and wares.
Hours are 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, May 25 and Monday, May 27; and noon to 5 pm on Sunday, May 26.
Fort Delaware Museum of Colonial History is located along the New York State Scenic Byway at 6615 State Route 97, Narrowsburg, New York 12764. For further information, call Museum Director Debra Conway at (845) 252-6660.
Our first farm-to-table dinner will be a WJFF Fundraiser and will be held on Saturday, May 25th. Dinners will be held the last Saturday of every month through October.
Memorial Day Menu
- Fava bean, spring pea, fried almonds, wild
mushrooms & parmesan : farmers market greens.
- Housemade ricotta cavatelli w/asparagus & spring
pea shoots. (lardons optional)
- Buttermilk roasted chicken, fiddleheads,
creamy polenta, chives
- Lemon tart, smokey rhubarb jam
SHOPPING SEASON OPENERS
OPENING FOR THE SEASON ON MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND!
Memorial Day Weekend to June 30th: Fri-Sun, 11-5:30 July 1st to Labor Day: 7 days a week, 11-5:30
Visit our Fabulously Chic + Funky vintage treasures and retro luxuries for you and your home. We feature vintage, mid century and contemporary jewelry, fashion, accessories, home furnishings, lighting, antiques and decorative arts – all beautifully displayed in an 1890’s farmhouse.
1163 Route 17B, Exit 104 off Route 17, Mongaup Valley, N.Y.12762
5 miles west of Monticello Raceway on Route 17B
JUST FOR FUN