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O'Neill's Shire Pub- FALLEN ANGELS COMBO KARAOKE & DANCE PARTY W/ DJ PAT DEL

July 29, 2016 - 9:00pm

This will be a night of tribute to departed famous musicians. Let us show those talented souls props with good times of song and dance. A cash prize of $75 will be awarded to the best karaoke performance of an industry fallen angel. 

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O'Neill's Shire Pub- FRESH SQUEEZED OPEN MIC W/ HOSTS BECCA FRAME & BRIAN SHAFER

July 27, 2016 - 8:00pm

The last Wednesday of July & August we will be having a musical talent competition. Becca & Brian will host this evening full of musical surprise. The winning musical act will be awarded a $50 gift certificate to The Shire Pub! Come down and enjoy as a spectator or a performer, the choice is up to you.

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O'Neill's Shire Pub- Joe Chinnici

July 23, 2016 - 8:30pm

Joe has a wide range of acoustic covers (from James Taylor to Linkin Park) plus his original songs. Always a pleasant assortment of listening type acoustic music on up to songs people will simply have to dance to.

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O'Neill's Shire Pub - Hummel's Mug

July 22, 2016 - 8:30pm

Hummel’s Mug is a smaller version of the talented, Hummel’s Jug. Their sound is edgy, but fits the mold of the legends they model themselves after; legends such as Waylon Jennings, Merle Haggard, David Alan Coe and Johnny Cash to name a fraction of the many. The group puts its own spin on the songs they cover and could be accurately compared to Jamey Johnson with their original material. When describing HUMMEL'S MUG original music, it's best defined as "Outlaw Country". 

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O'Neill's Shire Pub- Coyote Love

July 8, 2016 - 9:00pm

Coyote Love will bring lush harmony, an energetic live performance and old school entertainment value backed by very tight and aggressive rhythm section. Their sound expresses a nasty backbeat and thumpin’ bass, with horns, harmonicas, and harmonies, encouraging you forward to the sound of old school blues, funk, rock, and soul.

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O'Neill's Shire Pub-SUMMER THEMED TRIVIA- 80’S EDITION

July 6, 2016 - 7:00pm

Come down and test your knowledge to various questions through-out the decade. Christina Viafore will host this brain-teasing event. 6 rounds of questions, prizes to the winners of each round, teams of 1-7 people….and if your team scores the highest @ the end of the night, you win 50% off your bill!

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Golf Tournament...an Annual Margaretville Health Foundation Event

Enjoy a pleasant day out with family and friends.

Avid golfers, weekend golfers, women, men, teams and singles.

Short a foursome? We will match you up with other golfers.

Barbecue dinner to follow right there at Cafe on the Green.

Raffle, prizes, snacks and beverage cart roaming the course.

For registration call Penny Vaccaro at 845-586-2631 Ext. 3181

or

email [email protected]

How to stay safe in Catskills black bear country

Above: A black bear in the Catskills. Photo by Rebecca Andre.

Spring in the Catskills is a breathtaking season of roaring waterfalls, eagles taking flight and pastures covered in blooming wildflowers—and, thanks to our resident black bear population, of overturned trash cans, destroyed bird feeders and dented vehicles.

In May, Region 4 of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, which covers a portion of the Catskills, received dozens of complaints about bears, according to Joshua Choquette, a DEC wildlife technician. By May 23, the agency had received 54 complaints about bears from its nine counties, Choquette said.

The majority of the complaints the DEC receives each year are calls from homeowners reporting that their trash or bird feeder is being feasted upon by a local black bear, according to Choquette.

But about 20 percent of the calls each year are of a more serious nature, with a bear causing damage to vehicles, property or agriculture, he said.

Above: A black bear and a cub stop traffic in the Ulster County hamlet of Phoenicia around 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8. Photo by Burr Hubbell.  Read more

Just in Time for Father's Day. . . Introducing Man Tea!

Introducing 'Man Tea' for Father's Day.

Looking for a perfect gift for Father's Day? We are rolling out our new artisanal, hand-blended tea: Man Tea.

Man Tea is earthy, strong, and complex. Sip it hot or iced for a strong jolt of bold flavor. A true epicurean experience, the earthiness of English Breakfast blends seamlessly with the citrus notes of Earl Grey. Heightened by the smokiness of Lapsang Souchong, Man Tea is reminiscent of pine forests, campfires and rugged terrain.

Pair Man Tea with our sturdy Stainless Steel Tea Press to carve out a great day for Dad!

Shop online, or stop by Tay Tea at 45 Main Street in Delhi, NY this weekend for last minute shopping.

Real Men Drink Man Tea.  Read more

Tay Tea's Iced Elixirs now at Blue Bee Cafe

Blue Bee Cafe in Delhi, NY, now serving special iced-tea drinks.

You can now enjoy Tay Tea every day of the week in Delhi, NY. Introducing our new Summer Iced Tea Menu at the Blue Bee Cafe, 114 Main St, Delhi, NY.

Iced Tay Tea blends are served shaken or frozen, with fresh fruit and botanicals guaranteed to delight all of your senses! An entire menu of special elixirs made with Lovers Tea, Kaapstad, Raj Latte, Coffee Lovers Tea, Berber and many more blends. Have a glass and chill!

See Full Iced Tea Menu

Lichee Congou - This unforgettably exotic and classic black tea is addictive! Shaken with lichee juice and lichee fruit.

Coffee Lovers Tea - This robust pu’erh is extraordinarily delicious and satisfying served as a frozen vegan latte using organic almond milk and sweetened with agave.  Read more


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