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Back to back parties at the Andes Hotel on Halloween!

Family fun at the Harvest Moon Ball and 21 and over party in the tavern later that night on Halloween at the Andes Hotel!

10.31-HARVEST MOON BALL, 7pm

Back by popular demand!  Andes’ Famous Harvest Moon Ball.  $10 adults, $5 kids. Bring a dish to pass.  Music, dancing, costume contest, photo booth, piñata and more fun than you can handle!  No reservations needed.  Just come on down.  Proceeds to benefit Andes Dollars for Scholars.

10.31- Halloween Costume Party w/ Cranston Dean Band, 9pm

Don’t miss the fun, be here for a spook-tacular good time! Costume contest…prizes awarded to Scariest, Sexiest, Best Couple and Funniest! Complimentary snacks and dancing all night long to the Cranston Dean Band. Serving dinner and tavern menu until 9:30pm.  No Cover Charge! 

11.14- HUMMEL’S MUG LIVE AT THE ANDES HOTEL – 9pm

November 14, 2015 - 9:00pm
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11.14- HUMMEL’S MUG LIVE – 9pm

The jug unplugged. The members formed with the interest of melding Outlaw and Modern Country music with Rock. From Waylon Jennings and Brantley Gilbert to Jimi Hendrix and CCR, their focus is not based solely on recreating the music of all the great artists they respect and admire, but on writing music of their own.  Check them out on fb -iting their own songs as welliting their own songs as well. https://www.facebook.com/HummelsJug

845-676-3980

11.13, 12.11-ANDES HOTEL OPEN MIC NIGHT-SECOND FRIDAYS - 8pm

November 13, 2015 - 8:00pm
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11.13, 12.11-ANDES HOTEL OPEN MIC NIGHT-SECOND FRIDAYS - 8pm

We provide the sound system, you provide the talent.  Joe Damone, our host, will play percussion as your accompaniment.  Singles, duos or full bands welcome.  Prize awarded for best performance. 

845-676-3980

11.6-ANDES HOTEL COUNTRY KARAOKE CONTEST WITH DJ TITO, 8:00pm

November 6, 2015 - 7:00pm
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11.6-ANDES HOTEL COUNTRY KARAOKE CONTEST WITH DJ TITO, 8:00pm

$75 prize for best performance of a country song.

845-676-3980

10.31- Andes Hotel Halloween Costume Party w/ Cranston Dean Band, 9pm

October 31, 2015 - 9:00pm
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10.31- Andes Hotel Halloween Costume Party w/ Cranston Dean Band, 9pm

Don’t miss the fun, be here for a spook-tacular good time! Costume contest…prizes awarded to Scariest, Sexiest, Best Couple and Funniest! Complimentary snacks and dancing all night long to the Cranston Dean Band. Serving dinner and tavern menu until 9:30pm.  No Cover Charge! 

845-676-3980

10.31-ANDES HOTEL'S HARVEST MOON BALL, 7pm

October 31, 2015 - 7:00pm
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10.31-ANDES HOTEL'S HARVEST MOON BALL, 7pm

Back by popular demand!  Andes’ Famous Harvest Moon Ball.  $10 adults, $5 kids. Bring a dish to pass.  Music, dancing, costume contest, photo booth, piñata and more fun than you can handle!  No reservations needed.  Just come on down.  Proceeds to benefit Andes Dollars for Scholars. 

845-676-3980

10.23- DJ PAT DEL HOSTS A WHITE-OUT PARTY AT THE ANDES HOTEL

October 23, 2015 - 9:00pm
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10.23- DJ PAT DEL HOSTS A WHITE-OUT PARTY AT THE ANDES HOTEL

The Andes Hotel’s first ever white out party. Black lights will be lighting up the whole place. Come dressed in white or neon colors…and be ready to brighten things up with glowing doodles all over your body and your friends. Pat DelRosario hosts this fun event while playing the best dance music around.  

845-676-3980

Delaware County bed tax moves forward; public hearing scheduled

Above: Delaware County Economic Development Director Glenn Nealis answered questions about a proposed “bed tax” at Wednesday's meeting of the county's board of supervisors. Photo by Robert Cairns.

A local law to create a hotel and motel occupancy tax came a step closer to reality on Wednesday, Oct. 14, when the Delaware County Board of Supervisors scheduled a public hearing on the law to add two percent to the bills for overnight stays.

Wednesday's introduction of the law does not put it into effect. A vote on establishing the tax will likely follow the public hearing, which is scheduled for Oct. 28 at 12:35 p.m., prior to the board's meeting. The hearing and the meeting will take place in the board room at the county office building at 111 Main Street in Delhi.

It seemed, briefly, that the introduction of the law would be delayed.

Davenport Supervisor Dennis Valente questioned a provision of the law that would allow the county treasurer to require businesses to post a bond for the amount of the tax.

Economic Development Director Glenn Nealis explained that the provision would give the county recourse to collect the tax from businesses that “consistently” fail to remit it.

“It's just a tool to make sure they’re paying on a more timely basis,” Nealis said.

Valente asked if bonding is a practice used to collect other taxes.  Read more

Andes Roundtable at The Hunting Tavern

October 21, 2015 - 7:00pm

This week our presenter will be one of our facilitators, Bill Piervincenzi.  Bill is a retired Professor of Biology who has presented to the Roundtable many times in the past.  This week his topic will be "The Biological Basis of Human Morality.  Are we merely robots with a soul?"  A discussion will follow.

Andes goat farm receives permit for creamery in center of town

Above: Cyndi Wright, the owner of Dirty Girl Farm, with plans for a creamery that she hopes to open at 114 Delaware Ave. in Andes. Photos by Julia Reischel.

Despite some initial opposition, a dairy goat farm has received a permit to operate a microcreamery and retail store in a long-vacant barn in the center of the Delaware County town of Andes. 

Cyndi Wright, the owner of Dirty Girl Farm, received approval for a special use permit from the town of Andes Planning Board after a crowd of supporters packed the Andes Town Hall during a public hearing on the issue on Wednesday, Oct. 14.

Wright and her husband, Lester Bourke, hope to purchase a long-vacant 37-acre dairy farm property located at 114 Delaware Ave., next door to the Andes Central School, from John Gregg.

Above: The property at 114 Delaware Ave. (Marked with red X.) Source: Delaware County Community Online Mapping Information Tool.   Read more


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