Caleb Street’s Inn
is a lovely Bed and Breakfast in the village of Catskill, NY, located at the foot of the Catskill mountains and along the majestic Hudson River. It is in close proximity to great skiing, boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, golf and nature trails, as well as the many small towns and villages through out the Hudson Valley.


"Providing Excellent Dentistry in the most comfortable way possible!"


Catskill, New York
is a historical town about 30 miles south of Albany on the NYS Thruway. Established in 1806, Catskill features natural, historical and cultural attractions including the Hudson River, Catskill Creek, the Rip Van Winkle Bridge, the renowned Hudson River School of Painting, art galleries, Catskill Mountains trails and main street shops and restaurants.

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Catskill Florist



Check center column of this page for more info
Email us about an event
Catskill Village Board Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
Catskill Village Planning Board Meetings are the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month
Catskill Zoning Board meets on an as needed basis

Boat Launch
Garden Club
GreenWay Trail
Catskill Point
Elliott park
Catskill Boxing Club
SLC CAP (coming soon)

Wednesday, 4/29/2015
Gjtwaowi @ 7:00:00 AM

Saturday, 5/2/2015
Snvzcuha @ 7:00:00 AM

Tuesday, 5/19/2015
Mjpkdzgs @ 9:00:00 PM

Tuesday, 7/14/2015
Okphrjru @ 7:30:00 PM

Monday, 7/20/2015
Yydeilet @ 12:00:00 PM

Thursday, 8/6/2015
Zondyqry @ 1:00:00 PM




If you have an announcement, new business, special events, sales, or product announcements, etc... or if you would like to be part of our email updates,
Please let us know. We will post it here and help get the word out !

Welcome to catskill is being redesigned !!

If you are interested in advertising on the site please contact

Random Photo - Out and Around Catskill

There is a new store opening up called PLAY. They will feature handcrafted, local toys. If you are a craftsperson and would like to be part of this endeavor, please contact

New Business in Catskill




Wall Street Journal Article
Associated Press
CATSKILL, N.Y. — A Hudson River village 100 miles north of New York City has landed a chef through an innovative ad campaign that offered space on Main Street rent free for a year. The hope is that the right restaurant will create a buzz among foodies and help the village of Catskill accelerate the kind of gentrification that has revived other river towns. Andrea Lowenthal of High Falls Holding announced Saturday that chef Jamie Parry has signed a lease for the site of the historic Mayflower cafe. Parry is founder and chef of Another Fork in the Road, a New American restaurant focusing on locally-grown food in Red Hook, 15 miles south of Catskill. He has also served stints at Montrachet in New York City and Swoon in Hudson.
Thank you NINA !!!





Cultivate Catskill has decided to run a second round of our brick fundraiser, as our first round was so popular. Our designer has altered his plans for the Howard Street Slide so that we can accommodate additional brick orders. We will run this second round from September 2013 through July 2014.

Please don't delay if you want to order one, as we only have 68 bricks left to sell!

We are a group of volunteers who are trying to make Catskill look nicer by planting trees, flowers, bushes, etc. where they are needed. We're starting with the slides on Main Street and the Main Street area in general. Personalized bricks are a wonderful way to honor members of your family or loved ones who are gone. It's also a great way to celebrate special milestones, such as births, weddings, and graduations. Businesses who buy bricks will have unlimited advertising for years to come.

The bricks will be installed at the base of the Howard St. slide, coming down from the library. (The first round of bricks is being shipped and will be installed in the next few weeks.) You can have your brick engraved with whatever you would like it to say, 3 lines per brick, 14 characters per line. Please click on a link for more details, to purchase a brick, or to go to the

Cultivate Catskill website. (for bricks) (Cultivate Catskill website)


365 Main St. in Catskill, NY

Lighting Pros 360 are industry experts. As long time professionals, they specialize in fine lighting design for every application. They have gained much critical acclaim throughout the country and beyond for their special attention to detail and devotion to meeting their client's needs. They have a trade division for their professional clientele to help facilitate all their lighting projects.

Call 518-943-2222 for more details.

Lighting Pros 360 is a leading online source of high quality lighting & home decor. They offer a wide selection of premier chandeliers, sconces, lamps, outdoor lights, ceiling fans and more. They supply a large variety of styles from trusted brand names.

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The Village of Catskill, in partnership with the Greene County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), is engaged in a New York State Department of State (NYSDOS) Brownfield Opportunity Area Program (BOA) grant to examine the reuse of underutilized and vacant properties located within the Village. The Catskill Brownfield Opportunity Area Nomination Study (Catskill BOA) will include a multi- disciplinary, comprehensive approach to brownfield redevelopment based on sound planning principles, environmental analysis, and economic and real estate analysis.

The BOA program will enable Catskill to identify strategic opportunities to return dormant or underutilized areas back to productive use while restoring environmental quality and will examine economic market trends and environmental constraints.

The Catskill BOA is a locally- driven study being undertaken by the Village as it strives to restore economic vitality and to maintain the environmental integrity of the greater Catskill community.

The outcomes of Catskill BOA are anticipated to be:

A comprehensive land use assessment and analysis
An economic and market trends analysis of regional and local forces
Identification and description of all brownfield sites with an emphasis on the reuse and redevelopment potentia
Recommendations for future uses and actions to redevelop strategic sites and revitalize the study area

For more info contact:


Lovely, a new boutique on Main Street, opened its doors Memorial Day weekend. The husband and wife team of Liz and Dan Kirkhus have worked to create a fresh and unique shopping experience in the heart of the Village.
The storefront offers a collection of wares from independent regional and local designers, artists and craftsman. Items ranging from men's and women's accessories to home goods and art adorn the interior of the duplex space. Works from Catskill's Lucy Blaire (oil cloth travel and makeup bags) and Meryl Lernihan (etchings and oil paintings) are featured in the shop. Christine Domanic, based in Hudson, offers her whimsical line of earrings and necklaces. Lovely is also proud to carry Beekman 1802 a brand of handmade goat milk soaps, lotions and fine edibles straight from the farm of the "The Fabulous Beekman Boys" in Sharon Springs, NY.
Customers who wish to know more about Lovely's products and the inspiration behind them can read the artist biographies which are prominently displayed near their wares. Currently in development, will offer even more artist information and an online shop. Lovely will be hosting designer showcases and art openings throughout the year.
Lovely is open daily from 10:00am - 6:00pm, Sunday 11:00am - 5:00pm and closed Tuesday.

Central Hudson Brownsfield Clean Up
on the Catskill Creek

La Casa Latina
now serving Beer and Wine!

The Catskill Local Development Corporation (CLDC) has launched an initiative called "Project 90"

We have rented retail space on Main Street and have opened it up to artisans and craft vendors as an entry level arena for testing their products and services in a retail setting.

The project will last 90 days and its primary goal is to foster new businesses to take hold of retail space on Main Street.

We are currently interviewing vendors for the first wave of this project. Interested individuals can contact Tina at Mahalo or email us at

Special thanks to Nina Sklansky for her creativity on the brand theme as well as the project and store names. I will be posting a few mock ups of the proposed marketing materials on .

Please help us spread the word on this important project.

We welcome our friends at
Mid-Hudson Cable to our web site!


487 Main Street


We are Broadcasting from Windham Mountain and are on Mid Hudson Cable channel numbers 21.1 21.2 21.3 21.4 and are available over the air on 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 14.4 to those who don't have cable.

Kaaterskill Condos
(Formerly the Irving School)
is back on track!
Bob Baxter, the new owner, was at Monday nights planning board meeting at the High School.
Awesome landscaping being done to the entrance.

"Pay it Forward"
Community Thrift Store

on 9W just north of the Village line

"Pay it Forward" Community Thrift Store
offers something for everyone!

From clothing, handbags and accessories, furniture, and collectable such as Elvis Memorabilia, antique glass and dinner ware, and baseball cards, they have it all!!

Lacy Ford on 9W
For more information contact or cell 518.610.0328

"A Blast From The Past"
Trading Post
An Old fashioned Ice Cream Parlor in Leeds
Rt 23B Leeds, New York

Body Be Well

Is OPEN for Business !!
On Main Street in Catskill
Next to the County Building

Leeds gets a new business !!
Leeds Wholesale Distributors

DPG Enterprises
is now open in Catskill !

All your Subaru needs.
Under the train trestle on 9W

Happy 80th Birthday Fortnightly !
You make Catskill better.


Center Spotlight
Performing Arts Academy

Located at:
1117 Route 23 Catskill NY
Just before the bridge approach
by the travel agent and Tori G's

Grand opening will be September 10th.

Sherri Lewis Director

Village of Catskill Water System
builds a new Lagoon

Special Thanks to Michael McGrath and the Village of Catskill Dept of Public Works

Fireworks at Dutchmens Landing in Catskill
Sponsored by Sawyer Chevrolet
Musical Guest - Steppin' Out

This event was GREAT !!!
Thank you to all of the sponsors and volunteers

The fireworks finale was the best we have ever seen!
Thanks "ain't misbehavin'"

Our Friends at Henderson Fuels
now offer Propane !!

The Greene County Camera Club
Photo Credit: David Jeffery "Last Load"

A graduate of Syracuse University, David applied art and design in his construction business, and in bonsai tree or forest design, one of his favorite hobbies. As an avid Apple Macintosh computer user since 1990, he quickly embraced the digital camera revolution and darkroom and is currently using the 21 megapixel, full frame Canon 5DMk2. David offers his work in various offices, stores, and galleries in the Hudson Valley, with many photos in the Catskill Mountain Guide Magazine.

David specializes in “At Home - One on One” Photoshop tutoring for beginners on all platforms, Macintosh OSX instruction and photography workflow, from camera settings through editing, printing, and backup. He resides in his converted barn in Woodstock, NY.

The Greene County Camera Club, established in 1995, has a tradition of teaching and sharing photographic skills with the community. Its’ members embrace all approaches from classic to cutting edge technology. Not restricted to Greene County residents, the club furthers the interest, education and social benefits of photography offering three meetings every month. For more information, contact Eileen Camuto at (518) 678-9044 or and Nora Adelman (518) 945-2866 or

The Greene County Camera Club website,, offers details about the meetings, photography information and works by Club members. The Athens Cultural Center is located at 24 Second Street just off Route 385. The entrance to the Athens Municipal Parking Lot is on Franklin Street. Information about exhibits, classes, performances and events of the Athens Cultural Center can be found at


Photo contributed by Patrick McCulloch

The "Eyes of the Storm" Art Exhibit Ribbon Cutting at CES
Students, who are excellent young artists, from Gilboa-Conesville traveled to Catskill Elementary School to be part of an art exhibit ribbon cutting. These kids were joined by Village and School officials. The ribbon cutting was followed up by heartfelt presentations by the students. Special thanks to Barb Erceg for making this event happen.

Fortnightly Club recieves $7,000.00
donation from the "Wacky Raft Race" to go towards playground equipment at Elliiot Park
Nancy Richards (left) hands over a check for $7,000.00 to the Fornightly Club of Catskill (represented by Carol Nesich). So far the Club has raised about $29,000.00 towards the replacement of the playground equipment at Elliot Park. The Fortnightly Club does several very important fundraisers per year (Wine tasting and the Festival of Trees to name two) and all of that money goes back into our Communities Parks and Recreation. Thank you !!!

The Garden Club statue “Winter Rose” is now at Leggio Park on Main Street. The placement of the statue completes the parks new look. There will be a formal opening Spring 2012.


A Day In December

Please support our local Community Theatre
Main Street, Catskill

Rainbow Over Union Mills - 2010

Garden Gate.. back in the day

Image courtesy of Jeffery Alan Cella
J.A.C. P r o d u c t i o n s People & Event Fotography/Event Producer
Mobile: 845 417-1274 Email:

Grazin' Greene Party for
Greene County Council on the Arts
A Success!
Thank you to all who participated !

Ricky Cramer Field - Catskill
Michael White Memorial Game - 09/21/2013

Scenic Hudson creates a
Scenic and Natural Treasures
Poster for the Village of Catskill
Click here for full poster

Urgent Care in Catskill
OPEN 9am to 9pm daily
Just off of 9W behind Walgreens
in the Village of Catskill

If you are interested...
Catskill Village minutes 1822-1836 ....

are being posted today to the Tracing your Roots in Greene County website

look under Civil records on the Table of Contents page) Transcriptions are continuing and will
be posted in the upcoming months

A community resource guide produced by the
Cairo-Durham Neighborhood Support Group
is now online at

The Catskill Boxing Club is open and the Legend of Cus D'Amato continues.
For more information on the club or to get a tour please email us at
Home of World Champions
We are in need of donations to keep the Gym running and available to all of our community

click here to