TONIGHT (Friday the 13th)
Opening of “Three Sisters” with a sterling local cast, from , at Beattie-Powers House in Catskill. The play dwells on young adults who, feeling suffocated by provincial life, get awkwardly entangled amorously while longing for an imagined life of excitement in the big city. No, the setting is not GreeneLand in 1950, or 1960, or 1990. It’s rural
Screening of “Stephanie Daley,” the made-in-GreeneLand independent feature film; at the Catskill Mountain Foundation’s theater in Hunter,in conjunction with the Woodstock Film Festival; from Tilda Swinton! Amber Tamblyn! Timothy Hutton! Vincent Seeley! (263-4908) Also screened tomorrow night at
Best alternative to Catskill’s Saturday in the way of GreeneLand fun could be the Mountain Pumpkin Festival, from , at Bear Creek Landing in Hunter (Routes 214 and 23A). It’s a craft fair with pumpkin carving, hayrides, baking, vendors, mini-golf, horseback rides, prizes. (518)263-3839.
SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS. When a dozen
GASOLINE in GreeneLand still is a price gouge. Regular costing $2.46 or so per gallon here sells for $2.29 in, among other places, ritzy Great Barrington MA. The national average yesterday was $2.26. GreeneLand prices were about equal to the State-wide average, to be sure, but
DIED, on Wednesday, in
SECOND SCAMMER STORY. While Martha Ivery (of Catskill) preyed on would-be authors, Christine Owad (of