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Event Schedule

  1. Stop 1 - Pine Hill
    Shandaken Museum 26 Academy Street 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Friday, Saturday and Sunday Located in the old Pine Hill School building, there are extensive exhibits on the history of the Town of Shandaken, including prominent citizens, the many hotels and guest houses that made the town boom in the summers, and a detailed look at the numerous hamlets in the town. Special Program Sunday 2:00 PM - Intro to Post Cards, with a focus on Town of Shandaken cards.
    May 3rd, 4th and 5th
  2. Stop 2 - Fleischmanns
    Greater Fleischmanns Museum of Memories 1009 Main Street 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Saturday and Sunday Located in an old carriage house behind Skene Library, the Greater Fleischmanns Museum of Memories has been preserving and presenting our local history for 40 years. In addition to much material on the many hotels from the heyday of tourism here in the Catskills, there are sections focusing on the Fleischmanns School, agriculture, and the early days of the telephone here. There are several new displays.
    May 4th and 5th
  3. Stop 3 - Fleischmanns
    Skene Memorial Library 1017 Main Street 7:00 PM Friday Hosting Ira McIntosh with his program 'Catskills Tunes & Tales'. This historic structure and a small Library History display are available for viewing during regular hours.
    May 3rd
  4. Stop 4 - Arkville
    Delaware & Ulster Railroad 43510 State Route 28 Visit the Delaware and Ulster website at durr.org for the latest schedules, fees and information. A continuous, fifteen minute, slide show at the Arkville station of the Delaware & Ulster Railroad will depict the colorful history of the excursion's predecessor, the Ulster & Delaware Railroad which rumbled through this part of the Catskills for more than a century. Recently discovered photos from the 1940s and 1950s will be shown alongside more recent DURR pics. Visitors and passengers waiting to board the DURR excursion train to Roxbury will be transported to another era as they view these images surrounded by railroad artifacts and the sights and sounds of a busy vintage rail station.
    May 4th and 5th
  5. Stop 5 - Margaretville
    Historical Society of the Town of Middletown 778 Cemetery Road 10:00 AM Saturday The Art of Fishing Award-winning writers and expert anglers Ed and Judy Van Put will offer a gloriously illustrated talk on artists who fished the Catskills and the art found in fly-fishing. This event is part of Catskill Trout Tales (catskillstrouttales.com) celebrating the storied history of Catskill Mountain angling. The Catskills not only attracted our country’s earliest and foremost trout fishermen, but also many of our first and finest artists. This presentation focuses primarily on the artists from the Hudson River School of landscape painters, including Thomas Cole, Asher B. Durand and Worthington Whittredge. Ed VanPut is the author of Trout Fishing in the Catskills, as well as The Beaverkill: The History of a River and its People. Judy authors a regular fishing column for several regional newspapers. Both are former staff members of the NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation.
    May 4th
  6. Stop 6 - Dunraven
    The Old Stone Schoolhouse State Routes 28/30, 2 miles west of Margaretville 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Saturday This historic structure is rarely open, and visitors will enjoy this look at the way schooling used to be here. The grounds are lovingly maintained, making it an ideal spot to visit. Docents will be on hand to explain some of the history. Children will especially enjoy this look at a way of schooling VERY different from today's.
    May 4th
  7. Stop 8 - Kelly Corners
    Hubbell Family Farm State Route 30, 4 miles north of Margaretville 10:00 AM Saturday Visit this historic family-owned farm (now in its eighth generation) for a great look at the old ways here in Delaware County. The visit begins with a demonstration of the 1870's sawmill, followed by a tour of the rest of the mill, which houses a cider press from the same era, and a 1907 Maxwell automobile. and a walking tour around the farm's many buildings.
    May 4th
  8. Stop 9 - Roxbury
    Old School Baptist Meeting House 288 County Route 41 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Sunday Known locally as the 'Yellow Church,' this historic structure dates to 1833. (The Old School Baptists did NOT call it a church.) This is a rare chance to see this wonderful, well-preserved building. Anthony Liberatore and Dan Underwood will be leading the tours. After touring the Meeting House, visitors are welcome to stroll in the adjoining cemetery.
    May 5th
  9. Stop 10 - Roxbury
    Roxbury Depot / The U & D RR Historical Society 101 Bridge Street This historic structure, dating from the early days of the Ulster & Delaware Rail Road, was fancied-up considerably for the Goulds. The Ulster & Delaware Rail Road Historical Society has lavished much work on preserving it. There are many displays with information about the early days of rail here in the Catskills.
    May 4th and 5th
  10. Stop 12 - Roxbury
    Roxbury Methodist Church 53761 State Route 30 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday Open for tours. Clock works and historical displays. There are displays of post cards, photos and memorabilia showcasing the history of Roxbury. For the visit to the clock (which was moved from the Roxbury School to the church in 1939) it is best to be there a few minutes before the hour, to see and hear it striking the hour. Tours led by Anthony Liberatore and Dan Underwood.
    May 4th
  11. Stop 13 - Roxbury
    Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church 53837 State Route 30 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday Open for self-guided visits.
    May 4th
  12. Stop 7 - Andes
    Andes Public Library 242 Main Street (Route 28) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Saturday Poems, essays and songs invoking the Andes of the past. John Jacobson will read from his memoirs of farming and a landscape changed by the Pepacton Reservoir. Buffy Calvert will read excerpts of essays and memoirs drawing on her family’s long history in Andes, including the Anti-Rent War era of the 1840s. Music, too! Light refreshments will be served.
    May 4th
  13. Stop 14 - Roxbury
    Woodchuck Lodge 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road 1:00 PM Saturday First "Wild Saturday Talk" of the season, featuring nature writer Leslie Sharpe.
    May 4th
  14. Stop 11 - Roxbury
    Main Street Roxbury (Route 30) 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday Costumed docents stationed at Main Street landmarks, including Jay Gould Memorial Reformed Church, will tell visitors about the buildings as well as captivating stories from Roxbury’s past. Maps of Main Street will be available at Roxbury General and Roxbury Wine & Spirits. This event is coordinated by the Greater Roxbury Business Association.
    May 4th
  15. Stop 14 - Roxbury
    Woodchuck Lodge 1633 Burroughs Memorial Road 1:00 PM Saturday First "Wild Saturday Talk" of the season. A reading and talk by Leslie Sharpe, author of "The Quarry Fox and Other Critters of the Wild Catskills". Like naturalist John Burroughs, Sharpe's frank, scientific observations join with her deeply felt connection to nature, instilling in readers an appreciation of the undaunted and variegated beauty of the Catskills and camaraderie with its animals. From contemplating the importance of milkweed to monarch butterflies, to reveling in the first steps of a wobbly fawn, Sharpe helps us see the natural world and celebrate our place in it.
    May 4th