The second oldest town in Sullivan County, Neversink is a family-oriented town that has the distinction of being a "dry town".
For over 125 years, Neversink has been the home of the "Little World's Fair" sponsored each year in August by the Neversink Agricultural Society. The fair includes a showcase for county-wide 4H activities, other
agricultural pursuits and home crafts.
Each year, in early October, the Daniel Pierce Library hosts the "Giant Pumpkin Party" offering activities with a country flavor which appeals to folks of all ages.
Neversink, home to the Neversink Reservoir and part of the Rondout Reservoir, provides NYC and parts of Westchester County with their water supply. As part of the Delaware Watershed System, Neversink has the added benefit of a guaranteed pristine environment. Being the local access to the Catskill Park System, part of the New York Sate Park System, Neversink affords residents and visitors numerous recreational activities including hiking, biking, hunting, fishing and camping.
The newly created Time and the Valleys Museum is located in Grahamsville. The museumís mission is to honor and preserve local history and share the heritage of the area including actively adding to the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the history and value of the Rondout and Neversink watersheds.
Town Hall Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 - 4:30
ANNUAL TOWN HOLIDAY TREE
LIGHTING CEREMONY TO BE HELD
On Sunday December 1, 2013 at 5:00 PM the Town of Neversink will hold its Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Bicentennial Square on Main Street in Grahamsville. There will be caroling in the Square, special music, holiday readings and refreshments. This will officially open the holiday season in the town. Any organization or group that would like to take part should contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 985-2262, x-307.