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Delaware County Events

Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
5 1/2 Main Street, Delhi, NY 13753
Voice: 607.746.2281 Fax: 607.746.3571

MONDAYS: 5:30 P.M YOGA. Classes are a combination of Bikram, Hatha & Vinyasa flow- all levels welcome. Mondays - $10/pp. Season passes also available. Classes will be held outdoors in the event field on the stage, in the mountains, with the trees, flowers, birds, sun, clouds, and breezes or by the pond weather permitting. We will move inside the Carriage House during inclement weather and winter months. We have extra mats so don't let that stop you. 8052 County Highway 18 Bloomville, 607-538-1235

WEDNESDAYS; 7-10PM: TRIVIA NIGHT. Come put your knowledge to the test every Wed. @ 7pm. Teams 1-7 people. Winning team gets 50% off the bill. Cara Vaughn as your hostess. Held at QUARTER MOON CAFE, Main St., Delhi until Shire Pub gets remodeled. Come support the Shire employees. 607-746-8758

WEDNESDAYS; 7-9 PM: KNITTING GROUP. Welcoming all who knit, crochet, quilt, do needlepoint, tatting, crewel, embroidery, etc., of all levels, including those who would like to learn. We will offer help and encouragement while you work on your own projects. ! 607 652-5001 Stamford Village Library 117 Main St, Stamford,

WEDNESDAYS; 4PM: COMPUTER & INTERNET 101. Want to do more with your computer and the internet, but get frustrated and confused by it all? Learn in a friendly and non-technical setting so you can find information online, keep in touch with family and friends, write letters and emails, create spreadsheets, listen to music, send and receive pictures and videos, and play games. Bring your questions and problems! 607 652-5001 Stamford Village Library 117 Main St, Stamford,

THURDAY'S; 8:30PM: KARAOKE Every Thursday! Late Nite Happy Hour- 9-11pm. DJ Pat Del Rosario. Held at QUARTER MOON CAFE, Main St., Delhi until Shire Pub gets remodeled. Come support the Shire employees. 607-746-8758

THURSDAYS; 4-5 PM: TEEN SOCIAL AND STUDY GROUP. Young Adult study group focusing on socialization, studying, and creative idea sharing with possible monthly book discussions. Open to grades 6-9. 607 652-5001 Stamford Village Library 117 Main St, Stamford,

TUESDAYS; 10:30AM: TODDLER RHYME TIME. An interactive program featuring repetitive songs, finger plays, and motion. We read one short book and color pictures. Ages 0-3. Cannon Free Library, 40 Elm St, Delhi, 607-746-2662

SATURDAYS; Jam Session. Live music, table games and refreshments will be served. Bring your instrument or games or just come for a fun evening. Free admission. St. John's Episcopal Church, 134 1/2 Main St., Delhi.

SUNDAYS; 3PM: KNIT 'N STITCH MEETUP "ONLINE" Bushel's resident knitting expert Candice Egan leads a weekly knitting and stitchwork group on Sunday afternoons, 3 to 5 pm. If you’re new to knitting and want to learn how, Candice will set you up, and if you have knitting questions or ‘stuck’ projects, she will have answers and solutions for you! All needle and yarn workers invited to come and share and socialize. Join the sessions via ZOOM (this link will be live 5 minutes before the start time) Free (with a suggested donation of $5). If you’d like to donate to support this program, please do! Donate via PayPal or credit card Donate via Venmo (write “Knit ‘n Stitch” in the Notes section) Thank you for the support!

Thursday and Mondays;  Meditation Online from Bushel. These are challenging, anxiety-making times. Coming together in stillness, silence, and meditation can help us keep grounded, connected, and nourished. Bushel is hosting two weekly online meditation sessions that include guided meditation, group interaction, and support. New sitters and seasoned sitters are welcome.
Thursday mornings from 10:00–10:45am with Molly Yakusan Stevens
Monday evenings from 6:00–6:45pm with Laura Wood and Kristie Burnett
Join the sessions via ZOOM (this link will be live 5 minutes before each session’s start time)
Meditation sessions are free and open to all, but donations are welcome to support this program.
Donate via PayPal or credit card. Donate via Venmo (write “Meditation with Molly” in the Notes section) Thank you for the support!

TUESDAYS, 7PM: VIRTUAL CRAFT ALONG. Bring your favorite craft and join in via Zoho Meeting every Tuesday evening from 7-8PM as we craft together and chat. Take an hour each week to sit and relax with your favorite crafting activities and get to know people both far and wide! Event is hosted by Kristin White who owns and operates Chicken Librarian. Kristin teaches basic homesteading skills in and around NY State and hosts weekly events such as the craft along and facebook live demonstrations. You can find more information here:
FREE MOVIE: SECOND SATURDAY OF MONTH. Movie 7pm Pot-Luck Supper 6pm. Bring a dish to pass and your own table service. We're sponsoring a once-a-month movie night for the whole community so that we all have a chance to get together, socialize, get out of the house, and have some fun. Each month we'll present an old classic film that everyone can enjoy. Admission is free. Refreshments will be offered as well. At the Hobart Community Center, Cornell Avenue, Hobart. For more info email or call 607-437-7380 or 607-821-2932

Mondays; Virtual MineCraft Club meets every Monday 3:00-4:00 for ages 8-17. Participants must sign-up to participate, have their own copy of MineCraft Education Edition, and access to Zoom. Participants will meet on Zoom at 3:00 for the private link to our world and their sign-ons. We will complete a learning objective and then have “free” build at the end. Make sure to call the Sidney Memorial Public Library today to sign-up, as there is limited spaces @607.563.1200

JULY 1; KIDSTOCK  If you are in the area over 4th of July weekend and with kids, then you don't want to miss KIDSTOCK! on July 1 from 11am to 4pm. This children’s event features live music by party brass band Brasskill and kindie rockers Rolie Polie Guacamole as well as a fabulous Bubble Circus with Doug Rougeux. Mike the Juggler will teach kids tricks of his trade and throw balls in the air. Additional children’s activities include free face painting, recycled fabric jewelry making, build-your-own-bubble wand, a native plant giveaway, an obstacle course, Carnival games and more.

Food and drinks will be for sale at the concession stand.

Performance program:
11:00 Mike the Juggler
11:30 Bubble Circus! w. Doug Rougeux
1:00 Brasskill
2:30 Rolie Polie Guacamole

West Kortright Centre, 49 W Kortright Church Road, East Meredith More Info:

JULY 16:  32nd annual West Kortright Center Garden Tour in the East Meredith-Treadwell area. This popular self-guided tour is a beautiful journey along country roads to some of the most dazzling private gardens in the area. The gardens feature a wide range of landscape styles and conditions. Support a local non-profit arts organization while getting a rare insider look at how local garden enthusiasts have enhanced their outdoor environments. 

Pre-registration is required. Tickets are $30 and available at until noon on Friday, July 14, or until sold out. Rain or shine; no dogs please. Registration is limited to forty people per thirty-minute starting time, between 11AM-1PM. Contact or (607) 278-5454 with any questions. 

JULY 22; 7PM: Meredith Monk & John Hollenbeck Duet Behavior 2023. Currently on performance tour celebrating her 80th year, Meredith Monk will return to the WKC stage in July.

Duet Behavior 2023 is an intimate evening of Meredith Monk’s music as it has never been experienced. Through a conversational approach, long-time friends and colleagues Monk and Hollenbeck expand and improvise on pieces from across Monk’s 50+ year catalogue, combining her pioneering vocal magic with his inventive and masterful percussion to generate new arrangements of Monk’s iconic compositions.

Meredith Monk, voice, piano, jew’s harp John Hollenbeck, percussion. West Kortright Centre, 49 W Kortright Church Road, East Meredith More Info:




OCTOBER 15 The Argus Quartet A string quartet with a strong focus on contemporary music. Coinciding with the weekend of chamber music in the Catskills organized by Stamford Friends of Music we are hosting a concert with the Argus Quartet. The string quartet October 2022 • GUIDE 83 has a strong focus on contemporary music, and has been exploring and commissioning a lot of repertoire from diverse communities, which they typically put in the context of traditional string quartet repertoire. Advance ticket purchase recommended as seating is limited. Location: West Kortright Centre, 49 W Kortright Church Road, East Meredith Time: 7 pm More Info:


OCTOBER 16: Jordan Bak, viola & Ji Yung Lee, piano Award-winning Jamaican-American violist Jordan Bak is building an exciting international career as a trailblazing artist, and is frequently in demand as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician and educator. Pianist and singer Ji Yung Lee has made appearances at some of the world’s premiere venues and has also captivated audiences via numerous radio broadcasts. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED as church seating is very limited. E-mail: FOMAdmin@ or call 518 918 8003. Masks & social distancing required. By donation. Stamford United Methodist Church, 88 Main St, Stamford. 3-5 pm More Info:


OCTOBER 17:  Writer’s Evening Join us as local writers present new works in progress. Both seasoned and new writers are welcome to share and join in discussion following each reading. This is a positive and nurturing group providing constructive feedback while assisting fellow writers in their creative journeys. Admission to Writers’ Evening is free, however donations are gratefully accepted to support this event and other Roxbury Arts Group programming. Headwaters Art Center, 66 Main Street, Stamford 7-9 pm More Info:


THROUGH OCTOBER 22 “Diaries of a Milking Boob; of Mothers and Mother Shockers” by Alejandra Castaneda A Stamford resident and new mother, artist Alejandra Castaneda, challenges the romantic notion of entering motherhood. Location: Roxbury Arts Group, 5025 Vega Mountain Rd, Roxbury Time: 11 am-5 pm More Info:


OCTOBER 22: Adeem the Artist A seventh-generation Carolinian, a makeshift poet, singer-songwriter, storyteller, and bluecollar artist, Adeem Maria blends a homegrown affection for country music with the emotional ballyhoo of alternative folk in the early aughts, creating a unique brand of Americana. Roxbury Arts Group, 5025 Vega Mountain Rd, Roxbury  7:30 pm More Info:


OCTOBER 29 Music on the Delaware presents: Acoustic Eidolon A blend of Celtic, Folk, World and Latin music featuring Joe Scott on the double neck guitjo and Hannah Alkire on cello. Walton Theatre, 30 Gardiner Place, Walton 7:30 pm More Info:


THROUGH OCTOBER 30 “Depth of Field”: Work by Jeremy Freedman “These photographs, from the series “Depth of Field,” were shot from films and television programs without any digital manipulation. They highlight how the language of filmmaking has created a distortion of sight: our eyes don’t see the way we are shown. “Depth of Field” isolates the background moments not usually intended to be seen or thought about by us. ” Location: 1053 Main Street Gallery, 1053 Main St, Fleischmanns Days & Hours: Friday and Saturday 11 am-5 pm; Sunday 12 pm-4 pm More Info:


THROUGH DECEMBER 31 Delhi Farmers Market Stop by for your fresh produce and products straight from the farm! Location: American Legion Hall, 41 Page Avenue, Delhi Hours: Every Wednesday, 9am-2pm



 Due to rain in the forecast we have decided to POSTPONE tomorrow's puppet extravaganza with Arm-of-the-Sea Theater.

 This amazing puppet show is too large to move inside so instead we have moved the date. We hope to see you here for the performance on August 26 at 2pm!

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'the Harvest' Summer Hours:

Our Grocery:

Sunday 10-4

Monday closed

Tuesday closed

Wednesday 10-4

Thursday-Saturday 10-6

Our Restaurant & Wine Bar:

L U N C H:

Sunday 10-330

Wednesday 10-330

Thursday 10-530

Friday closed for lunch

Saturday closed for lunch

The Delaware & Ulster Railroad

43510 St Hwy 28 Arkville


800-225-4132 or 845-586-DURR

Events subject to change.

For current information

Farm Stores & Stands

Special shopping hours, advance ordering & self-serve.

Burnett Farms-Bovina

The 607 CSA-Delivery

Hubbell Family Farm-Margaretville

Catskill Seasond LTD-Margaretville

East Branch Farms-Roxbury

Dirty Girl Farm-Andes

Brush Brook Farm-Bovina

Catskill Regional Harvest-Andes

Clark Farms-Delhi

Burn Ayr Farm-Delhi

Fieldstone Farm-Delhi

Good Cheap Food-Delhi

Byebrook Farm-Bloomville

Stonewall Pastures Farm-Delhi

Greenane Farm-Meridale

Humdinger Farm Store-Bloomville

Berry Brook Farm-Hamden

Shaver Hill Maple-Harpersfield

East Brook Community Farm-Walton

Eternal Flame Market-Walton

SaJoBe Farms-Walton

Stony Creek Farmstead-Walton

Farmers' Markets

Most markets happen regularly each week through summer season through fall. Check each listing for details.

Pakatakan Farmers Market-Halcottsville

Delhi Farmers Market-Delhi

Franklin Farmers' Market-Franklin

General Stores & Supplies

Supplies, special products and home goods for hunkering down.


Kria-Online Only

Bloom Fabric, Art & Retreat-Margaretville

Home Goods of Margaretville-Margaretville

Catskill Seasond LTD-Margaretville

Roxbury General-Roxbury

Tay Tea-Delhi

Bea's 422-Franklin

Wilson's Bread-Bovina

Russels General Store-Bovina

Distilleries & Bottle Shops

Take out, delivery & special orders.


Awestruck Cider-Sidney

Green's Long River Inn & Liquor Store-Unadilla

Rock Valley Spirits-Long Eddy

Hancock Liquor Store-Hancock

Margaretville Liquor Store-Margaretville

Roxbury Wine & Spirits-Roxbury

Union Grove Distillery-Arkville

Wild Common Wine-Andes

Wayside Cider-Andes

Delhi Liquor Store-Delhi


It's Five O'Clock Somewhere-Stamford

Liquor Wine & Emporium-Walton

Breakey Liquors-Walton


Big Indian, Fleischmanns, Roxbury, Arkville & Margaretville

Crazy River Cafe-Margaretville

La Cabana-Fleischmanns

Goatie Whites-Fleischmanns


The Ark Bowl & BBQ-Arkville

Arkville Bread & Breakfast-Arkville

Binnekill Tavern-Margaretville

Hanah Mountain Resort-Margertville

Ming Moon-Margaretville


Trattoria Locale-Margaretville

Ate-O-Ate Catering-Roxbury


Farmhouse Caterers at Shephard Hills-Roxbury

Tito Bandito's-Pine Hill

Peekamoose-Big Indian

 Andes, Bovina, Delhi, East Meredith

The Ice Cream Shop-Delhi

Rosalino's Diner-Andes

Ty's Taco-ria-Andes

Brushland Eating House-Bovina

The Mountainbrook Inn-Bovina

Bagels & Cream-Delhi

Catskills Momo-Delhi

Cross Roads Cafe-Delhi


Delhi Diner-Delhi

Delhi Pizza Company-Delhi


Quarter Moon Cafe-Delhi

Tuna III-Delhi

Stonewall at The Meredith-Delhi/Meredith

Greenane Farm-Meridale

The Ponds-East Meredith

 Hamden, Franklin, Unadilla & Walton

The Old Schoolhouse Inn & Restaurant-Downsville

Bea's 422-Franklin

The Tulip & Rose Cafe-Franklin

Polar Bear Homemade Ice Cream-Franklin

Green's Long River Inn & Liquor Store-Unadilla

D's Pizzeria-Walton

Daisy Queens Ice Cream-Walton


Feather & Stone-Walton

Gramma D's-Walton

Molto Espresso-Walton

Sub Hubb-Walton

T.A's Place-Walton

Bloomville, Stamford & Grand Gorge

Lisanti's Restaurant-Stamford

Table on Ten-Bloomville

Bull & Garland-Hobart

Dinner Plate-Hobart

TP's Cafe-Stamford

Mama Maria's Restaurant & Pizzeria-Stamford

Pizza Plus-Grand Gorge


Sundaes-Grand Gorge


Hancock Area

Beaver-Del Restaurant-East Branch

The Inn at Starlight Lake-Starlight

Hancock House Hotel-Hancock

River Run Restaurant-Hancock


Awestruck Cider-Sidney

The Bavaria Restaurant-Sidney

China City-Sidney

Club 55 Restaurant-Sidney


Joe & Vinny’s Pizzeria-Sidney

Pizza Hut-Sidney

Roma’s Ristorante & Pizza-Sidney

Suzie’s Bakeshop & Café-Sidney

Treats N Eats-Sidney

Trackside Dining-Sidney

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