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Fleischmanns Main Street Visioning Session

Fleischmanns Main Street Visioning Session

On Saturday, December 3, Fleischmanns First in collaboration with the MARK Project invites members of the community to join in a Main Street visioning session with the Dadras Architects at La Cabana, Main Street Fleischmanns at 10 am. The MARK […]

Click Here to Learn More About the MARK Project

Click Here to Learn More About the MARK Project

The M-ARK Project is a private, not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) social and economic development agency that serves as a Rural Preservation Company for the Townships of Andes, Middletown and Roxbury and the Villages of Fleischmanns and Margaretville, all in Delaware […]

2016 Main Street Boot Camp Agenda and Registration

2016 Main Street Boot Camp Agenda and Registration

This year’s boot camp will be held on April 11th and 12th at Spillian, 50 Fleischmanns Heights Road, Fleischmanns NY 12430 Click HERE for the 2016 Main Street Boot Camp Registration Form Click HERE for the 2016 Main Street Boot Camp Agenda

Regional Main Street Application Information

Regional Main Street Application Information

  New York Main Street (NYMS) Program Click HERE for our Regional Main Street Guidelines Click HERE for our Regional Main Street Application Instructions Click HERE for our Regional Main Street Application

Fleischmanns First Maple Festival 2016

Fleischmanns First Maple Festival 2016

April 2nd and 3rd Please join us at The Maple Bake-Off Café, Sunday, April 3rd noon-3pm, • Listen to the music of 3Friends • Crown the Maple Princesses Eat maple sugar cookies • Celebrate the winners of the Sap House […]

MARK Project’s 2015 Consolidated Funding Applications

The MARK Project will be submitting Consolidated Funding Applications for the following: Community Kitchen Project: Project Description: This project is for the development of a community kitchen space to be located in the north barn of Kirkside Park, which is […]

From the Executive Director

From the Executive Director

From the Executive Director of the MARK Project I’ve had the honor of serving as Executive Director of the MARK Project since July of 2008. Rarely a day goes by that I’m not completely awed by these alluring, majestic Catskill […]

Community Food Pantry in Arkville

The Community Pantry is located at 42838 State Highway 28 in Arkville.  Regular hours are Mondays from 10am-noon and Fridays from 4-6pm For additional information, please call (845) 586-2233

Andes

Andes

The hotel, shops, restaurants and galleries draw people from all over the region. The Andes Hotel regularly presents comedy shows, cabaret night, folk, jazz and rock music, and a monthly karaoke night.

Arkville

Arkville

Today Arkville is in the midst of a rebirth, with the Delaware and Ulster excursion rail ride, The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development and The Erpf Gallery, the Catskill Forest Association, and the Catskill regional office of The Nature Conservatory.

Bovina

Bovina

Today, there are fewer than four working dairy farms in Bovina. There are many bed & breakfasts to stay in Bovina, as well as a Russell’s General Store.

Halcottsville

Halcottsville

Halcottsville was settled along the banks of the East Branch of the Delaware River which was originally called “Pakakunk” by the native Americans of the time. This now quiet but charming mountain hamlet, Halcottsville holds a lively past.

Margaretville

At one time, Margaretville was one of the most popular resort towns in the region and it remains a thriving community today. Today, Margaretville is home to clothing and shoe stores, multiple restaurants, and many other retail shopping outlets.

New Kingston

The hamlet of New Kingston encompasses a 50 acre tract of the patent located in the most fertile part of the valley of the Plattekill, or ‘open brook’, where the three major hollows intersect and a number of smaller streams and roads branch out to the north.

Roxbury

Roxbury

Nestled in Western Catskills, this bucolic corner of Delaware County offers perhaps the broadest diversity of recreation, history, architecture, outdoor sports, cultural and artistic enrichment, and peaceful contemplation that you’ll find anywhere in the Catskills.