The Columbia Hill Neighborhood Alliance (CHNA) will host the 3rd annual “What the Hill” Friend-Raiser Festival at the Hurleyville Fire House on Sunday, August 27th at 11:00am.
The community celebration will provide information on environmental issues that responsible development demands…our water, our wells and wildlife.
The festival will feature live entertainment, fun activities for kids of all ages and local artisans and vendors.
The event is open to the public and admission is free. Refreshments will be available.
Parking will be available at the fire house at 166 Main Street in Hurleyville.
Spaces are available for vendors. Environmental groups and community organizations are also invited to reserve a space. Contact Donna, 845-800-5402, or MaryAnn, 845-798-5418, for more information or to reserve a space.
CHNA volunteers are dedicated to the preservation of the very special rural community character of Thompson and Fallsburg, protection of the natural resource base and encouragement of smart growth. High density, multi-family projects are not suitable for our current land capacity or for the future of the Catskill region. We can develop responsibly and protect our environment only when we insure our community infrastructure is balanced and sustainable.
Visit CHNA at www.columbiahill.org or on Facebook for more information.