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9 Things to Do this Labor Day Weekend

9 Things to Do this Labor Day Weekend

Summer is winding down and soon enough it will be fall. Labor Day Weekend is the “unofficial” end to summer, but there is still so much going on! Enjoy the warm weather and spend some time in the Sullivan Catskills this Labor Day. See below for one-of-a-kind events happening throughout the weekend.

Explore our Sullivan Catskills Dove Trail, a collection of 60 dove sculptures perched in villages, towns, and at several tourism businesses. Each permanently mounted dove is hand-painted by a professional local artist and inspired by the legendary Woodstock Festival held here in 1969.

Thirsty? Our Craft Beverage Trail features over a dozen craft breweries, cideries, distilleries, and wineries so you can try a local beer, wine, cider, or spirit. Stop by for a craft cocktail, a delicious IPA, cider made with organic apples, and wine made from local grapes.

There’s so much to do, why not stay over in one of our many accommodations, from boutique hotels to charming inns to full-service resorts? Get ready to come back in the fall, when our landscape is painted by colorful fall foliage!

 

The Cushetunk Spy

Date: Saturday, September 3

Time: 1pm

Where: Fort Delaware, 6615 NY-97, Narrowsburg, NY 12764

Learn about local history at Fort Delaware. This Bold Gold Media Speaker Series presents Sullivan County Historian John Conway talking about the life of Cushetunk resident Robert Land, a local magistrate and loyalist who carried dispatches for the British Army, was arrested as a spy, and narrowly escaped hanging.

Fort Delaware is an authentic depiction of the life of the Delaware Company Pioneers who settled in the Upper Delaware Valley in 1754. At Fort Delaware, the daily life of the wilderness settler is explored through exhibits, crafts, demonstrations, and tours.

 

The Jerk Talent Show

Date: Saturday, September 3

Time: 7-9pm

Where: Cochecton Pump House, 7895 NY-97 Cochecton NY 12726

Calling all jugglers, magicians, trapeze artists, spoon men, sword swallowers, fire breathers, pet performers, ventriloquists, weird musicians, aerialists, daredevils, Marksmen, unicyclists, contortionists, orators, dancers, science experimenters, spoon benders, athletes, whistlers, mentalists, yodelers, rappers, singers, comedians, and cosplayers. Come display your talent at The Jerk Talent Show, presented by Barryville General’s General Jerk.

Featuring guest judges and a special MC, enter to win the top prize of $500. Sign up by text at 845-707-9996 or email hello@barryvillegeneral.com.

 

Stephen Clair Band

Date: Saturday, September 3

Time: 7:30pm

Where: Tusten Theatre, 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg NY

The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance presents the Stephen Clair Band at the Tusten Theatre in Narrowsburg. Clair’s wry humor and sharp eye have been likened to folks like The Felice Brothers, John Prine, and Ray Davies.

The itinerant troubadour, writing and performing songs from Seattle to the south of France, Stephen Clair has been everywhere.

 

Cliff Westfall at The Western

Date: Saturday, September 3

Time: 6-9pm

Where: The Western Hotel, 22 Upper Main St, Callicoon, NY 12723

New York-based country songwriter Cliff Westfall’s band will include the great Peter Calo (Carly Simon, Jimmy Webb) on guitar, the Callicoon Wrecking Crew rhythm section of Jeremy Chatzky (Bruce Springsteen, Ronnie Spector) on bass, and David Christian (Danger Mouse, Karen O, Sam Cohen) on drums. Free show at the lovely new outdoor bandshell.

 

Alpaca Yoga

Date: Sunday, September 4

Time: 10-11am

Where: Buck Brook Alpacas, 12 Bestenheider Rd, Roscoe, NY 12776

What better way to start off your Sunday than doing yoga… with alpacas? Buck Brook now offers an even more intimate way to commune with the alpacas—by doing yoga in their domain. As they frolic, graze, rest, and play, a limited number of students will join instructor Cheri Brasseale in the pastoral splendor of the farm’s fields.

 

Labor Day Weekend Bash at The Kartrite

Date: Sunday, September 4

Time: 5-9pm

Where: The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark, 555 Resorts World Dr., Monticello, NY 12701

Celebrate the last official weekend of Summer at the Kartrite Resort and Indoor Waterpark for their Labor Day Weekend Bash on Sunday, September 4 from 5-9 pm.

Join them for a live DJ, bounce houses, patriotic-themed games, a BBQ Buffet and so much more! Make a weekend out of it—room specials are available!

 

The 24th Annual Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods

Date: Sunday, September 4

Time: 11am-4pm

Where: Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, 200 Hurd Rd, Bethel, NY 12720

Harvest Festival celebrates the bounty of local farms, the talent of local artisans, and flavor of homemade specialty food items, and also features live music, food trucks, crafts, special offerings, and more. Now in its 24th year, the annual event returns for six consecutive weeks. Free admission, a $5 parking fee.

And special for today, our friends at Rosehaven Alpacas bring their furry friends to Harvest Festival for a visit! Learn more about the way fiber is produced then shop the yarn, rugs, and luxurious boutique items!

 

CABARET: An Evening with Jeanne MacDonald

Date: Sunday, September 4

Time: 8pm

Where: The Eldred Preserve, 1040 State Rte 55, Eldred, NY 12732

Nearly 15 years after the final curtain at The Bradstan Country Hotel Cabaret Series fell, the famous Bradstan Cabaret is BACK!

Join hosts Scott Samuelson + Eddie Dudek for a revival of The Bradstan’s famous New York City-caliber cabaret series, taking center stage at The Eldred Preserve. The 2022 Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series will feature an evening with Jeanne MacDonald.

 

CONSTELLATIONS

Dates: Every night at 8 pm, matinee on Sunday at 3 pm

Where: Forestburgh Playhouse, 39 Forestburgh Rd., Forestburgh, NY, 12777

This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. But what happens next defies the boundaries of the world we think we know—delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny. “Who knew that higher physics could be so sexy, so accessible-and so emotionally devastating? CONSTELLATIONS, Nick Payne’s gorgeous two-character drama, maybe the most sophisticated date play Broadway has seen.”-NY Times.

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