HURLEYVILLE, NY (August 19, 2015) – The Columbia Hill Neighborhood Alliance (CHNA) will host the first “What the Hill” Friend-Raiser at the Hurleyville Fire House on Sunday, August 23 at 11:00 a.m.
The community celebration will feature information on the history of Columbia Hill and environmental issues that the responsible development of Columbia Hill demands … the water, the wells and wildlife.
Live entertainment will be provided by Little Sparrow, Debbie Fisher Palmarini, Hurleyville Ukulele Orchestra, Lion Zen, Eric B. Gordon, Darren Steele and Al Defino/Larry Radvin.
Partymaster will be there with lots of fun activities for kids of all ages.
Vendors and exhibitors include Aunt Nenee, Nardi’s Family Restaurant, Light Curves, A Maize-n-Hog, Nature Photography by Gloria Wagenknecht, Essential Oils/Autumn Rausch, Catskill Laser Engraving, Walk on Water and the Basha Kill Area Association.
The event is open to the public and admission is free. Refreshments will be available.
Parking will be available at the firehouse at 166 Main Street in Hurleyville.
CHNA volunteers are dedicated to the preservation of natural resources and the rural character of Columbia Hill and the neighboring communities in the Towns of Thompson and Fallsburg. CHNA demands that the high density, multi-family projects, Gan Eden and Kelli Woods, planned for Columbia Hill and Anawana Road be properly conceived and scaled. It is only when we ensure a viable infrastructure that our environment will be protected.
Visit us at www.columbiahill.org or on Facebook for more information on the Columbia Hill Neighborhood Alliance.