Catskill Mountains What's Here

Home
Things To Do
Lodging & DIning
Services
Realtors
Government
Phone Numbers
Directions
Links

              

Middletown, NY
Middletown, NY
Slide Show
About Fleischmanns
History
Groups & Organizations
Houses of Worship


Facebook Twitter

Calendar of Events

You are Invited to Attend
Fleischmann’s Business Mixer Event

Date: November 8, 2012
Time: 5 – 7PM
Location: La Cabana Restaurant

966 Main Street, Fleischmann’s, NY 12430
(845) 254-4966
$10.00 admission
Nosh and Network
Wine/Beer/Soda and Light Supper

Please RSVP to:
Victoria Quesada (845) 254-6322 or
email to qmlaw@optonline.net
Click here for a Downloadable Flyer

From Budapest to Stamford: The Journey Continues
“Liszt and the Barefoot Carmelite”


“Friends of Music of Stamford NY”
present pianist
JUSTIN KOLB
Sunday, November 18, 2012,
3pm

Cyr Center, 159 West Main in Stamford, NY

“Friends of Music of Stamford NY” present pianist Justin Kolb in a return performance to the 26 year series. The uniquely programmed piano recital is dedicated to the memory of founding member and former president David Caddis.

“Liszt and the Barefoot Carmelite: Music of Franz Liszt and his mystical protégé Herman Cohen”

Admission: $12, Seniors $6

Kolb initiated the celebration of Cohen’s lost piano works during the Liszt 2011 Bicentennial in Budapest at the Franz Liszt Memorial Museum and will conclude the traveling series in San Francisco at the 2013 American Liszt Society Festival.

“Liszt and the Barefoot Carmelite” brings to light the music and interesting character of Hermann Cohen, a precocious and prolific protégé of the great Romantic master, Franz Liszt. “He was quite a rogue in his youth,” says Kolb. “He was accused of embezzlement from Liszt and worse. Eventually the addicted ‘gambler’, piano virtuoso and published composer converted to Catholicism, joined the Carmelites and died of small pox in Spandau prison while taking care of political refugees and prisoners of the Franco-Prussian War. The miracle worker’s name eventually appeared on the Vatican’s rolls in the formal sequence leading to sainthood.” Attend this fascinating event and learn more.
Also programmed is music of Robert Cucinotta and Joseph Hudson. When asked, “Why the contemporary accents?” Kolb stated, “Liszt often commissioned colleagues to write compositions. He loved his 19th century colleagues.”

For additional information:
607-746-7163.
Visit: www.friendsmusic.org

 

MEMORIAL DAY
Weekend Celebration

Saturday, May 26, 2012
9am-4pm

Main Street, Fleischmanns
Street Fair with Vendors Galore!
Come Enjoy the Parade, Horse-Drawn Carriage, Museum, Food, Music & Fun!

Bands

 

 

Maple Festival

Fleischmanns First Annual Maple Festival!

March 23-25, 2012 - Come join in the Maple Festival Activities:

  • Crowning of the Maple Princess
  • Vly Creek Maple Farm Tours
  • Maple Glazed Chicken BBQ
  • Maple Bake-Off Cafe at the "Pop Up Grange"
  • Maple Pancake Breakfast.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


Market On Main:

Market On Main

FLEISCHMANNS MARKET ON MAIN is an outdoor market on Main Street in Fleischmanns offering free entertainment, free children's activities, local produce, prepared foods, local crafts and other products.

CHECK BACK FOR 2012 SCHEDULE:
Sundays, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

 

Catskills Cup Tennis Tournament:
First weekend in August
For More Information:
www.tenniseveryone.com



Columbus Day Weekend:
Fleischmanns First Floor House Tour,
Sunday

 

Memorial Day Weekend:

Memorial Day Parade —
9 a.m. Memorial Day

Out of the Attic
Village-wide Out of the Attic Sale —
Fleischmanns First Memorial Day Fund-Raiser
Saturday, Memorial Day Weekend

    Fleischmanns First, a community-based revitalization organization, hosts a community-wide Out of the Attic yard sale each Memorial Day weekend.
    In its first year, the group's flea market table sold more than $750 worth of items. That strong start has inspired committee members and residents and the Out of the Attic sale is rapidly growing into an anticipated event — for the host village and for visitors.
    Community members help by cleaning closets, attics, basements and bringing worthy items to the sale. Volunteers price the items and sell them with the money going into the group's revenue stream.
    One of the organizers commented that the sale's proceeds "make it possible to continue to publish the monthly Fleischmanns Flyer, put on events and put Fleischmanns back on the map."


Cinco de Mayo:
May 5