Sunday, Sept. 23: For $20, participants get a bowl decorated by a local girl scout troop, which they can use to enjoy a meal that includes a variety of soups from over 20 local restaurants, baked bread, beverages and dessert.
A 1933 Franklin Olympic and cars of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s from Ford, Plymouth and Chevrolet, will be participating in the 2nd Annual Catskill Conquest Pilot Rally Commemorating the 1903 Automobile Endurance Run, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Saturday September 22.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 22-23: Get an eyeful (and earful) of how the arts community is turning this city around.
Friday-Saturday, Sept. 21-22: Far from the Tree is an intimate, profoundly human look at families raising children whom society deems “abnormal.” The documentary is about what it means to be family, and above all, about love, no matter what.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 22-23: One of the greatest suspense thrillers of all time, this cinematic masterpiece comes alive with the Orchestra’s performance of Bernard Herrmann’s spine-tingling score.
Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 22-23: As always, Oktoberfest features authentic German and German-American entertainment, but this weekend will also include a Ciders in the Catskills tasting and some high-flying action by the Monster Energy Aerial Stunt Show.
Saturday, Sept. 22: He’s a mainstay in the New York City New Music scene, a founding member of the hip string quartet Brooklyn Rider and a longtime member of the Silk Road Ensemble, founded by legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
Saturday, Sept. 22: When this competition is decided, one filmmaker and one screenwriter will be given the opportunity to partner with Studiofest to create a debut feature film, with a $30,000-to-$50,000 budget.
Wednesday, Sept. 26: It’s said that, in centuries past, the spiral tusks of narwhals were regarded as proof of the existence of unicorns. Marine biologists studying this elusive cetacean today are discovering that this “horn” – in fact, an overgrown tooth – has ingenious if not magical properties.
Saturday, Sept. 29: A quarter-century has passed since Mary Anne and Richard Erickson opened the original Blue Mountain Bistro in Woodstock, and now they’ve got a cookbook out, drawing on all this experience: Feel Good Food: Recipes from the Hudson Valley’s Blue Mountain Bistro-to-Go.