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September 2018

Catskill Mountains Outdoor Art Tour – 2018

September 29 - October 8
Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 Route 28
Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 United States
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   Enjoy a driving tour of Catskills outdoor art exhibits during leaf peeper season!  Catskill Mountainkeeper has compiled a list of easy to get to sites that are open to viewing by the public.  All are free with the exception of Opus 40, an exceptional work of environmental sculpture created over a 37 year period by Harvey Fite. VENUE DESCRIPTIONS: Pratt Rock Trail and Park (next to 14366 Route 23, Prattsville 12468): Carved cliff-side sculptures of Civil war characters and…

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Esopus Bend Nature Preserve Walk

September 29 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Esopus Bend Nature Preserve, 4 Shady Lane
Saugerties, NY 12477 United States
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     Enjoy a nice easy walk on the Esopus Creek Conservancy lands bordering the Esopus Creek. Family friendly. Event Duration:  1 miles,  1.5 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy Leader(s):   Margo McGilvrey Bring:   water, good hiking shoes. Registration required by September 28.  Use registration form below to register. Group size is limited to 12, so register early. Fee:  No Dogs allowed:  Yes, leashed only Additional Information:  Picnic at the pavilion afterwards, if you like. Questions about this event can be…

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Byrdcliffe Afternoon and Open Studio at Byrdcliffe Art Colony

September 29 @ 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Byrdcliffe Theater, 380 Upper Byrdcliffe Road
Woodstock, NY 12498 United States
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Free colony-wide activities at the historic Byrdcliffe Art Colony: On Saturday, September 29, the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild is hosting a colony-wide Byrdcliffe Afternoon, inviting area residents and out-of-town visitors to experience the multiple creative disciplines and services at the heart of the organization’s mission. From 12:30 to 2:30pm, Byrdcliffe’s Artist-in-Residence program will host its final Open Studios of the season at the Villetta Inn, where visual artists including ceramicists, videographers, and more will share the fruits of their nearly four-week stay…

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John Burroughs & the Spirit of the Catskills

September 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Morgan Outdoors, 46 Main st
Livingston Manor, NY United States
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  "John Burroughs & the Spirit of the Catskills" is a lively introduction to celebrated naturalist John Burroughs presented by Bill Birns. Burroughs, born in 1837 on the family's Delaware County homestead, Woodchuck Lodge, in Roxbury, NY, authored 27 books of natural and philosophical essays that influenced millions of readers. Of particular interest in this presentation are Burroughs explorations and walks at Beecher Lake, Balsam Lake Mountain, and other locations in the Delaware River watershed. In the early years of…

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October 2018

Watershed Hike with Yoga – Seager Trail

October 1 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Seager Trailhead, Dry Brook Road
Seager, NY United States
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   A short woodland walk abutting and sometimes crossing babbling Dry Brook, leading to a small waterfall in a clearing. We'll have a brief session of yoga stretches and meditation and a discussion about the protection of waterways in our area. Event Duration:  1.5 miles, 2.5 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy-Moderate Leader(s):  Pamela Martin Bring:  Good waterproof hiking boots Registration required by 09/30/18.  Use registration form below to register. Group size is limited to 12, so register early. Fee:  No     Dogs allowed: …

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Leave No Trace in Everyday Life Workshop

October 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Pine Hill Community Center, 287 Main St
Pine Hill, NY 12465 United States
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      Leave No Trace Master Educator Moe Lemire will be hosting a Leave No Trace in Everyday Life Awareness Workshop at the Pine Hill Community Center. Leave No Trace is an awareness of our impact on the environment that teaches us to respect the rights of other users of the outdoors as well as future generations. We can take this idea and not only use it when using the great outdoors but also in our everyday life. Duration: 1.5 hours…

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Hobart Community Bike Ride on the Catskill Scenic Trail

October 4 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Hobart Community Center, 80 Cornell Ave.
Hobart, NY 13788 United States
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       Join us for an easy bike ride on the beautiful rail trail from Hobart to Stamford. Meet at the Hobart Community Center then ride to Stamford for refreshments and return for cider and donuts. All ages and experience levels welcome. Supported by the Hobart Book Village and Hobart Rotary Club. Event Duration:  5 miles, 2 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy Leader(s):  Andrew Flach, Don Thomases Bring:  Bicycle, helmet, appropriate clothing Fee:  No Dogs allowed:  No Questions about this…

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Paddle the Pepacton Reservoir

October 5 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

  Experience an incredible outdoor adventure, paddling the beautiful Pepacton Reservoir. Join Catskill Mountain Club board member Ann Roberti for a scenic paddle on this recently opened NYC reservoir. Bring your own CANOE or KAYAK (it must be steam cleaned prior to putting it in the reservoir — see more below) or rent from a local business that has kayaks stored on site. We will launch promptly at 11 AM  from the Shavertown Bridge Recreational Boating Launch site on the north…

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Basics of Backpacking

October 5 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 Route 28
Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 United States
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Come with questions to the Catskill Interpretive Center in Mt. Tremper, NY as Olivia, outdoor recreation and gear expert, goes over the essential things to know when starting out as a backpacker. She'll show off camping equipment and talk about the kinds of things to look for when investing in your own gear from backpack to tent, sleeping bag, pad, stove, and water filtration system. On a short hike to a campsite, learn the basics of setting up camp, Leave…

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Kelly Hollow Night Hike

October 5 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Kelly Hollow Trailhead, Mill Brook Rd
Margaretville, NY 12455 United States
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  Join with CMC board member Howard Raab for an exciting night-time hike on one of the Catskill's most beautiful trails. We'll meet at the Kelly Hollow trail-head and follow the trail up to the beaver pond and lean-to where we'll have a rest and snacks. This first half will be in daylight where we can appreciate the lovely forest scenery on the way up.  After the brief interlude at the lean-to, we will begin the descent in the dark…

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How, When, and Where to Fish the Esopus Creek

October 6 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Boiceville Market, 4099 St Rt 28
Boiceville, NY 12412 United States
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     Members of the Ashokan-Pepacton Chapter of Trout Unlimited will be available Saturday morning on October 6th to answer questions on the "How's, When's, and Where's" of fishing the Esopus Creek. Event Duration:  0 miles, 4 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy Leader(s):  Bert Leifeld Jr. Bring:  Fishing equipment, tackle, sunscreen and lunch. Registration required by 10/04/18.  Use registration form below to register. Fee:  No Dogs allowed:  Yes, leashed only Additional Information: Participants should bring their own fishing equipment, tackle and flys. This is…

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Paddle the Lower East Branch of the Delaware River

October 6 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Al’s Sporting Goods, 6964 River Rd.
Downsville, NY 13755 United States
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       Paddle the lower East Branch of the Delaware River below the Pepacton Reservoir from Downsville to Shinhopple approximately 7 miles. Attendees can use their own kayaks or canoe or rent watercraft from Al's Sporting Goods in Downsville http://www.alssportstore.com/ . Al's will provide everything necessary as well as transportation from the final destination. Event Duration:  7 miles, 3-4 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy-Moderate Leader(s): Rick Roberts Bring:  lunch, something to drink, all safety gear and sunscreen Registration required by 10/03/18.  Use registration…

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MTHS presents Hikefest 2018: Hikes and History

October 6 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Mountain Top Historical Society, 5132 NY-23A
Haines Falls, NY 12436 United States
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    On Saturday, October 6, 2018 the Mountain Top Historical Society's Haines Falls campus will be the place to begin your Columbus Day week-end.  Starting in the KRT parking lot at 9:00 a.m. There will be a choice of three hikes spreading out to various trail heads around the area with popular experienced hike leaders. Hike #1: Historic Highlights of North-South Lake Before it was a campground, the area around North-South Lake was the home of many important business…

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Pepacton East Bike Tour

October 6 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Shavertown Bridge Parking Area Andes, NY 13731, NY United States + Google Map

Bike on the Back River Road (BWS Rts 8,9,10) along the Pepacton Reservoir from the Shavertown Bridge to Fair Street, Margaretville and then to the Old Stone Schoolhouse and back. Meet at the eastern parking area on the north side of the bridge. The course is a rolling blacktop road with low traffic. Suitable for road or hybrid bikes. Helmets required. Water recommended. Duration:  25 miles, 2 hours Level of difficulty: Easy-Moderate Participants should bring: Helmet, bicycle, comfortable clothing, water Registration…

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Gallery Reception for Inspired by the Land: Art Created by Conservation Easement Land Owners

October 6 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Erpf Gallery at Catskill Center, 43355 NY-28
Arkville, NY 12406 United States
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      Opening Reception for Inspired by the Land: Art Created by Conservation Easement Land Owners The Catskill Center currently holds 17 conservation easements which total 2,550 acres in the Catskills. This exhibit will highlight the art, writing, photography and crafts which these protected lands inspire their landowners to create. Learn more about conservation easements and get inspired by the beauty of our region. Reception will be from 2-4pm and light refreshments will be served. Event duration: 2 hours Register by: No preregistration required

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Archaeoastronomy in the Catskills

October 7 @ 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
Rainbow Lodge, 5257 Route 212
Mt Temper, NY United States
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   Learn about archaeoastronomy and landscape archaeology in our region by attending this workshop/presentation and walk. Discover serpent walls and turtle effigies as well as solstice and equinox alignments. Discuss a hidden ancient history of our mountains and valleys. Event Duration:  2 miles, 3-4 hours Level of Difficulty:  Easy-Moderate Leader(s):  Glenn Kreisberg Bring: lunch, sunscreen, bug spray, something to drink, and proper footwear and attire for a summer walk in the woods. Registration required by 10/05/18.  Use registration form below to register. Group size…

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Paddle the Pepacton Reservoir

October 7 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Shavertown Bridge Parking Area Andes, NY 13731, NY United States + Google Map

  Experience an incredible outdoor adventure, paddling the beautiful Pepacton Reservoir. Join Catskill Mountain Club board member Ann Roberti for a scenic paddle on this recently opened NYC reservoir. Bring your own CANOE or KAYAK (it must be steam cleaned prior to putting it in the reservoir — see more below) or rent from a local business that has kayaks stored on site. We will launch promptly at 11 AM  from the Shavertown Bridge Recreational Boating Launch site on the north…

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Tortoise and Hare Hikes 2018

October 7 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Frick Pond Trailhead, Beech Mountain Rd.
Livingston Manor, NY United States
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   This woodland hike offers two choices, so both beginner and intermediate hikers can join in. "Tortoises" will enjoy a 2.2-mile loop around scenic Frick Pond, and the "Hares" will enjoy a brisk 4.1 mile hike. Both groups will head out together; then the Hares veer off halfway around Frick Pond, at the intersection known as "Times Square," for 1 mile uphill on Big Rock Trail, followed by 1.7 miles gently downhill on the Flynn Trail back to the trailhead.…

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Yoga at the Catskill Interpretive Center Pavilion

October 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 Route 28
Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 United States
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     Join certified yoga instructor Pamela Martin of Pine Hill Studio for a series of relaxing stretches and yoga poses appropriate for various fitness levels - complete beginners welcome! Free class. Hosted by Catskill Center. Event Duration: 1 hour Level of Difficulty: Easy/Moderate Leader: Pamela Martin Bring: Water and a yoga mat if you have one. Some mats provided. Registration required by: October 5th Group size: 20 Fee: No Dogs allowed: No Driving Directions: From State Route 28 drive 15 miles west from Kingston or 3 miles east of Phoenicia.…

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Nature Journaling

October 8 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 Route 28
Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 United States
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       Get in touch with your creative side and try nature journaling. Join Catskill Interpretive Center staff Olivia and Kelli for an introduction to the basic practice of nature journaling and learn how sketching and writing about what you observe can enhance your experience in the outdoors. Take part in a short guided journaling activity before striking out on your own on the Catskill Interpretive Center’s property and trails to try out what you’ve learned. The program is open…

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