Monticello, NY 12701
Phone: (845) 794-8800
Fax: (845) 796-2474
392 Broadway, Monticello, NY, US, 12701
- Phone: (845) 794-8800
- Fax: (845) 796-2474
Since 1958 Monticello Raceway has offered equestrian harness racing, and it remains a popular pastime for Catskills residents to this day. Together, the grandstand and clubhouse maintain a capacity for a total of 5,000 racing fans. The half-mile track features races all year long (weather permitting) from Sunday through Thursday. Later in the week, the track is reserved for special events. The new casino on the premise is a great way to spend an afternoon with table games, slots and fine dining. In the coming years, expect the place to grow with the addition of a luxury resort and spa. Check website for schedule listings.
Bethel Motor Speedway is located in New York and was constructed in 1959. This track opened in 1960 and was known by a lot of names like White Lake Speedway, Catskill Mountain Speedway, Sullivan County Speedway, and Kauneonga Speedway since then. The track was shut in 2006 and it again re-opened two years later. Fred Graf Racing, LLC bought the race track and since then it is called Bethel Motor Speedway. Weekly races, sports and special events are a big draw here.
The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is located amidst the picturesque hills in the Sullivan County of New York State. Equipped with a 7,500 square foot stage, a 4,900-seat pavilion and a lawn that can accommodate up to 12,000 people, this event facility makes for a great venue for all kinds of concerts. Come here to enjoy some good country, pop, jazz or rock music in comfortable surroundings. There are various food and beverage options on-site too, so you don't have to venture too far when hunger strikes.
Auctions are held on the first Saturday evening of each month at 6:00 pm.
The Tusten Theatre lies right in the heart of Narrowsburg, along the banks of the Delaware River. Though operating as the, 'Tusten Theatre' since 1990, this venue has been a focal point of the hamlet's cultural affairs since 1926, when it was built by the local fireman to be used as a community hall. Today, this theater continues to play a prominent role in the community's cultural life, by being the venue for concerts, drama, opera and much more. A testament to the community's cultural awareness, a visit to the Tusten Theatre is recommended for any kind of visitor. Call for further information.
Operational since the year 1930, the Historic Paramount Theatre is one of the oldest places in the city. The place screens movies and theatricals for children as well as adults. The theater is known for having staged some special translation and foreign movies as well. With perfect acoustics and a wide spread stage, all the theatrics staged here are exciting to watch. Besides, the place also screens other art programs, workshops for children, operas and concerts . To know more, check the website.