Delhi Hiking Trails Hike – October 6, 4:30 PM

October 6, 2014 - 4:30pm

Join Amy Beveridge and Christina Viafore on a guided hike of the Bulldog Run Loop of the Delhi Trails. Amy was instrumental in building these trails and can give you the back story of their creation.

Amy and Christina will meet hikers in the Immanuel Lutheran Church Parking lot at 4:30p.m.

Hikers should wear sturdy footwear and comfortable clothes. Bring bottled water and a flash light. The trail is moderate level, however, the pace will be slow. 2.4 miles.


Contact Amy or Christina to with questions; Amy can be reached at or call 607-278-5461. Or Christina can be contacted at or call 607-434-4589.

Please no dogs.

Driving Directions: 565 Andes Rd, Delhi, NY 13753 (Rt 28). Across the road from O’Connor Hospital.

Reservoir Cleanup – October 5, 1 PM

October 5, 2014 - 1:00pm

Pepacton Reservoir. Photo by Richard Reeve; published under Creative Commons license.  Read more

Palmer Hill Hike – October 5, 9 AM

October 5, 2014 - 9:00am

Photo of Palmer Hill Trail from

Join CMC Board Member Ann Roberti, as she leads a walk on the newly opened Palmer Hill Trail in Andes starting at 9AM. It’s a really special hike – glorious views, extensive stone walls and old foundations, and vast open sky — truly an unusual Catskill trail. The trail meanders through open meadows with beautiful views of forested lands, productive apple trees and historic stone walls and foundations. It passes over Bryant’s Brook and also features excellent views of many of the Catskill High Peaks, including Graham, Doubletop, Balsam Lake, Eagle, Balsam and the Dry Brook Ridge.

The Palmer Hill Trail consists of three segments ‐ a 0.6 mile route to the farmstead intersection and then a relatively easy 1.5 mile Lower Meadow Loop and a more strenuous 1 mile Upper Meadow Loop. We’ll just do the Upper Meadow Loop because of time constraints, but hikers are welcome to explore the Lower Meadow Loop on their own, or join in the Pepacton Reservoir Litter Pickup event that follows this hike.  Read more

To Be Forever Wild Screening - Oct. 4, 7 pm

October 4, 2014 - 7:00pm

7PM screening followed by Q and A with the filmmakers.

To Be Forever Wild is an hour-long documentary film created by a group of filmmakers, musicians and artists in the Catskill Mountains. The filmmakers spent several weeks exploring the Catskill Mountains, landscapes that are considered to be America’s “first wilderness.” The film profiles the people who live in and visit this region, including artists, hikers, scientists, farmers and young people.

The screening at the Open Eye Theater is one of a series of screenings planned around the Catskills and Hudson Valley. Director David Becker, crew members, and subjects of the film will be in attendance. To Be Forever Wild will premiere on PBS and will be released on DVD this August.

“In the film we see the power of nature to restore, reclaim and provoke our deepest emotions and connections to the world. It’s a film that inspires people to reconnect with nature in their own way, wherever they happen to be,” said director David Becker.  Read more

Pepacton Reservoir Paddle: Oct. 4, 11 am

October 4, 2014 - 11:00am

Kayakers on the Pepacton Reservoir. Photo by Tina Schvejda.

Join us to kick off this year’s LARK IN THE PARK by paddling the beautiful Pepacton Reservoir. Join Catskill Mountain Club Board Member, Ann Roberti for a scenic paddle. Provide your own CANOE or KAYAK or rent from a local business. We will launch promptly at 11AM at the Shavertown Bridge site on the Pepacton Reservoir.

Life jackets required. All boats must be steam cleaned prior to arrival on site and have a valid DEP access sticker. For more information on regulations please visit the NYCDEP website.

PLEASE REGISTER for this event on Register by October 3rd.

Directions: From SR 28/30 in Margaretville, go west about 3 miles to the dividing of the highways. Turn south onto SR 30 and go 8 miles to the Shavertown Bridge Boat Launch on the left, just after turning right onto CR 1.  Read more

Wednesday Night's Show: Hunting with Patrick Davis

CFA-On-The-Air: From the Forest
Wednesdays 6PM – 7PM

On Wednesday night’s show, Oct. 1, we’ll be talking to one of the area’s local hunters – Patrick Davis. Patrick is an avid bow hunter, bear hunter, and turkey hunter. Opening day of bow-season for deer and bear is right around the corner – Wednesday, October 1st. Turkey season will be open too. We’ll talk to Patrick about how he has been preparing for the upcoming season, and how he thinks it will go. Tune in at 91.3 FM or stream online at to learn more.  Read more


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This weekend: The Margaretville Cauliflower Festival

Above: A head of purple cauliflower sold at the 2013 Cauliflower Festival. Photo by Diane Galusha.

The annual Cauliflower Festival celebrates the wonders of the palest cruciferous vegetable this Saturday in the Delaware County village of Margaretville, which was once the epicenter of the cauliflower growing industry in New York State. 

Munch on fried cauliflower and cauliflower soup, buy a bushel of cauliflowers, learn about the history of the cauliflower trade, and catch the popular tractor parade, in which area farmers will show off their finest agricultural vehicles and compete for a "Best in Show" trophy.

Kids' activities, folk and blues music, and vendors round out the festivities. Keep an eye out for exotic varieties of cauliflower, like the purple specimen above, which one local farmer brought to last year's festival. 

Margaretville Cauliflower Festival. Saturday, Sept. 27, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tractor parade at 11:30 a.m. Village Park, Margaretville.

Art Opening 9/27 at Tay Home's Art Barn -- Steve Burnett

2nd Art opening at Tay Home’s ART BARN this season

happening this Saturday September 27th 6-8 pm
in the Barn at the back of Tay Home
131 Main Street, Andes, NY


Steve Burnett. Outside Artist/Outside Farmer. Observer of the human comedy.
New work in steel and water.
It's been said by the experts that Burnett's work
"serve as instructions from another world.”

Join us afterwards for cocktails & appetizers

Steel sculptures


Garden sculpture


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