Come celebrate the grand opening of The Lost Bookshop, the new independent bookshop on Main Street in Delhi. 4:30-6:00pm at 120 Main.
Wednesday, September 21st from 12 to 4PM
@ Good Cheap Food (53 Main St, Delhi, NY 13753)
Kick off Banned Book Week at our first ever Banned Book Bake Sale!
W.I.D.E. has partnered with The Lost Book Shop to bring you some of the best banned literature from across the country. We will also have our famous bake sale so you can enjoy a treat with your new publication.(more…)
For-do invites the community to RECOVERY FOR HUMANITY, a carnival held at the Delhi American Legion, 41 Page Avenue, Delhi. Free food, games, music, cotton candy, popcorn, community involvement tables, and a dunk tank! It takes place Friday, September 16, 12 pm–7 pm.
From Hawk + Hive in Andes: The work in Erika Ehrman’s series UN-SEEN consists of 15 works on paper and explores the idea that the “truth” of family history is shifting and ultimately unknowable. Read more on the Hawk + Hive site, or visit the show, which opens April 16 with a reception from 1-5pm.
Hawk + Hive is at 61 Main St in Andes, NY
The 607 CSA has shares available now for the 2022 season (June through November). Pick-up locations throughout Delaware County including Bushel on Tuesdays. Veggie shares start at $31/week; sliding scale pricing; payment plans; accepting SNAP benefits. Sign up by May 15 here.
Herbal Medicine CSA offering! Sign-ups for the 2022 Olamina Botanicals & Run Rig Farm Project “Community Supported Apothecary” are now open! This Farmer-herbalist collaboration offers seasonal herbal remedies made from the fresh and local medicinal plants we (Cassandra & Jess) grow with care. Tinctures, vinegars, fruit jellies, salves, incenses, bath salts, balms, and much, much more with guide members on a seasonal journey of incorporating herbal health into daily practice. Pick-ups in Hudson & Brooklyn, or shipping is available! Come along and celebrate food as medicine with us! Read more & sign up at https://www.olaminabotanicals.com/2022csa
See what you’ve got in the pumpkin-carving department — 6pm on Halloween night at This&That / John’s Flea, next door to Bushel. You can drop off carved pumpkins from Friday on.
John’s Flea and Music Series
Our next-door neighbor — John’s Flea market at This and That, 110 Main St. — begins a summer music series Saturday, June 5 with local band, Clovis. The flea market is every Saturday starting at 9. Guest chefs serve at 11. Bands go on at 5. Music is sponsored by Birdsong Community Garden. Follow @johnsflea on Instagram and visit johnsflea.com for updates on chefs and bands scheduled all season in addition to vendors selling vintage clothing, home goods, jewelry, bags, and more.
Our neighbor, proprietor of This’n’That, has opened John’s Flea. Saturdays from 9-3pm. Stop by Bushel Open Hours at the same time! The Flea is looking for vendors. Info here:
Our partners at the607csa* have just launched three food-justice programs — one to subsidize CSA shares, one to support local food pantries, and one to donate to NYC programs that support healthy food for the city’s BIPOC communities. To read more and donate: https://www.the607csa.com/programs *Bushel is a pick-up location for the CSA, but upstate residents who are not CSA members may order food from the a la carte menu at any time to pick up at Bushel the following Wednesday. Visit the website for more details: https://www.the607csa.com/
Sis Boom Yum has compiled a list of open food and drink sources in our area — farm stands, markets, restaurants, distilleries, and more. Sis Boom Yum is a collaboration between Mark Project, Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, and Great Western Catskills.
The Daily Star covers Rep Delgado’s pandemic relief package and how it will affect our region.
In response to the crisis, THE 607 CSA just put together an e-commerce home-delivery service of local produce/protein/products from 27 farms and food businesses.