Pine Hill Readies for the Holiday and Ski Season
The Pine Hill Community Center
Serving the People of the Central Catskills
Celebrating What We Have, Responding
to What We Need - Together!
287 Main Street
PO Box 647
Pine Hill, NY 12465
The Pine Hill Community Center is dedicated
to enriching the lives of the people in the Central Catskills Region by providing community-building activities that nurture creativity and life-long growth.
The weekend schedule is as usual.
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Every week there is Zumba, Active Seniors, Social Circle, Scrabble, an Arts and Crafts Shop and our Nifty Gifty Thrifty Shop. Wi-fi, pool, foosball, ping-pong and free computer use.
Saturday, November 12,
Noon - 4pm November 16th
The Big Indian Native American Cultural Center will be having their annual Thanksgiving Gathering with the Pine Hill Community Center in Pine Hill, NY from 12 to 4. This year the Nimham Singers Drum group will be joining us for our festivities. We have small spaces for some vendors if anyone is interested,we will be having Jim RedFox telling stories, dancing, drumming, a raffle and more. Please bring something to share on our Thanksgiving table with us. Everyone is always welcome to join us.
The Third Annual Phoenicia Turkey Trot
Saturday, Nov. 30, 10 am (rain or shine)
The Pine Hill Community Center has received a special honor! The Third Annual Phoenicia Turkey Trot will benefit the Center to help us toward funding a much needed new roof. This event is the soul of what our Catskill Communities are all about – a morning to get out, meet your friends, neighbors, visitors, experience one of the most interesting villages around, and do good while you’re at it. We hope that all our friends and supporters will turn out and Trot with us. fmi: www.Phoeniciaturkeytrot.com
A 2.4 mile run, ramble, trot, walk or wobble.
Free Tot Trot 5 and under at 9:30 am.
Registration and sign in from 8-9:45 am at the Parish Hall. (across from the St Francis de Sales church, Main St, Phoenicia). Free Turkey Trot Tee Shirts
to the first 50 registered!
For more information contact Heather @ 688-7064 email@example.com or Patti 254-4126.
For online registration: www.phoeniciaturkeytrot.com
Wednesday, December 4, 11am.
A Yiddish Vinkel.
A brand new weekly program. Join us and explore Yiddish. Whether you speak it, or want to learn a few words or expressions, we'd like to bring back a " time remembered." Call Doree - 845-586-2764. If you plan to attend or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, December 7. 9am - 4pm.
Blood Drive, Crafts Fair and Chili Festival.
Spend the day at the Community Center. Begin by donating blood, Through the American Red Cross, we are hosting a blood drive to honor our Director, Ann Epner. The blood drive will take place in The Rainbow Room from 9am - 2pm. Ann says that every day she is grateful to those who provide good blood to those who need it. It's the greatest holiday gift you can give.
In the main space we will have some of the area's best craftspeople and produce producers. Pine Hill potter Michael Boyer will have an extended table showing off his beautiful and affordable ceramic cups, dishes and bowls. Polly Vos has a wide range of images cards and objects for sale. This is a great opportunity to purchase those last-minute holiday gifts. Artists Mike Pereira, miniatures, and Peter Mayer, paintings, from Arkville will be showing their works, all designed for holiday gift-giving. Pine Hill artist Tony Jannetti will be offering his Number cards and limited Solstice Greeting cards. Jaime DeForest will be on hand with her renowned chiles, and if you'd like, you can purchase one of Jaime"s beautiful bowls to eat your choice of chile from. Of course all the fixin's will be available as well as yummy baked goods and refreshing drinks. Vendors, if you are interested in participating, call 845-254-5469 or email. email@example.com.
Saturday, December 14 - 6 pm - 9pm - Catskill Cabaradio returns with a special holiday edition.
As always, we'll start with a potluck community dinner at 6 pm, and then the live radio broadcast begins at 7 pm. More details to come, but as always hosts Elly Wininger and Dave Kearney, the Pine Hill Playboys and special guests make this one of the Catskills' favorite events. And don't forget that Saturday afternoons are for Kid Stuff. From 1-4pm, our game tables are up and ready for play and in the Rainbow Room, Francesca Warnes presides over games and arts and crafts. A perfect family afternoon.