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Calendar

Tue., Apr. 24

NARROWSBURG — The Narrowsburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a meeting at The Narrowsburg Union, Room 102, 6pm.

HAWLEY — Lackawaxen EMS, an ASHI training facility, hosts a first aid certification class, 6:30pm. 570/685-4022

Wed., Apr. 25

HAWLEY — The Downtown Hawley Partnership hosts its 10th annual meeting at the Great Hall of Hawley United Methodist Church, 6pm. Guest speaker Terry Dennison, executive director of PA Route 6 Alliance. Cost: $36, including full course dinner. RSVP required by April 20. 570/224-4064 or info@visithawleypa.com

HONESDALE — SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support) hosts "Recycling: Past, Present, Future," including a demonstration of the Rocket Composter, at Honesdale High School, 6:30 pm. Come learn how recycling all began, the good, the bad and the ugly of single stream recycling, and best practices for tomorrow. Suggested donation: $5. www.seedsgroup.net or 570/245-1256

Thu., Apr. 26

PORT JERVIS — The Hub at Port Jervis Free Library hosts two free discussions about "Saving Money on Medicare," 10am and 2pm. Seating is limited, RSVP: 845/856-7313 ext. 5 or thehub@portjervislibrary.org,

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Italian Dinner at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. Cost: $10/adults, $6/children. Take outs available. Benefits Sullivan-St. Tammany Chapter #298 Order of Eastern Star. 845/439-3102

CALLICOON — The Western Supper Club & Inn hosts the Callicoon Book Club, 6-7pm. This month the group discusses John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath." Light fare provided. www.WSPLonline.org or 845/887-4040

PORT JERVIS — The Hub at the Port Jervis Free Library hosts "Explore the Night Sky," 6:30-8pm. Dr. Elinor Levy discusses constellations as they relate to Greco-Roman and North American Indigenous mythology. RSVP: 845/856-7313 ext. 5 or thehub@portjervislibrary.org

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project continues its Shakespeare on Film program with "Henry V," 7pm. A group led by Dr. Robert Dugan screens the film and shares impressions throughout the evening. 570/253-2020

Fri., Apr. 27

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

NARROWSBURG — Western Sullivan Public Library hosts a Paper Workshop with abstract artist Melinda Wallach in the Tusten Town Hall basement, 2pm. Come and explore the endless possibilities of working with and decorating paper. All materials will be provided therefore registration is required: www.WSPLonline.org or call 845/252-3360

BETHEL — Bethel Woods Center for the Arts hosts "Eating Your Way to Better Health," a presentation by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, at its Event Gallery, 5pm. Doors open 4:30pm. Reception and book signing to follow. Register: info@sullivan180.org or 845/295-2682

Sat., Apr. 28

MILFORD — The Pike County Commissionners hosts the 22nd annual Pike County Children's Fishing Derby at Lily Pond, 8am-12noon. Stocking takes place at 7am (children are welcome to help). Participants must be accompanied by an adult, and Pennsylvania fishing rules and regulations apply. No fee, day-of registration. Prizes awarded by age group. 570/296-3569

KAUNEONGA LAKE — The Sullivan County Office for the Aging presents community driver safety program at the Bethel Senior Center, 9am-4pm. Includes lecture, discussion, and video presentation. Cost: $25/persons over 50, $35/under 50. Registration required: 877/910-7843

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

HURLEYVILLE — Monticello and Woodridge Kiwanis Clubs hosts a Walk for Hunger. Registration 9am at Hurleyville Arts Center, walk begins 10am at Hurleyville Rails to Trails. The fee is a donation of one or more non-perishable food items or a monetary contribution. Refreshments and drinks served. 845/434-8052.

BETHEL — Bethel Woods Center for the Arts hosts the Sullivan Renaissance Spring Market and Annual Conference. Conference doors open 9am, market opens 10:30am. Featuring author Peter Kageyama and the introduction of Sullivan 180, focusing on the health and well-being of Sullivan County. Register: info@sullivanrenaissance.org or 845/295-2445

WHITE MILLS — The Dorflinger Factory Museum hosts the Thomas Kennedy Local History Festival, 9am-3pm. Dr. S. Robert Powell of the Carbondale Historical Society hosts a talk, “The Delaware and Hudson Canal Company Gravity Railroad:  Five Configurations.” Displays, books and items for sale by local historical societies. 570/253-5468 or email yannster@ptd.net

NARROWSBURG — The Narrowsburg Beautification Group hosts its annual litter pluck, 10am-2pm. Litter plucked along the Town of Tusten roads will be accepted at the parking lot in front of the Western Sullivan Public Library, where Girl Scout Troop 448 will also be hosting a bake sale. Free bags available at Tusten Town Hall after April 13. No household garbage accepted.

GLEN SPEY — Lumberland Town Hall & Museum hosts Lumberland Heritage Day, 11am-1pm. Lecture, photos, memorabilia, artifacts and exhibits from around town and the region. Free. 845/856-6372

ROSCOE — The Outside Institute hosts a Spring Ephemerals Walk at Crystal Lake, 11am-1pm. Laura Silverman, Founding Naturalist at TOI, leads an early spring landscape of ephemerals; sightings may include ramps, fiddleheads, toothwort, trout lilies, blue cohosh, jack-in-the-pulpit and trillium. Cost: $25. Limited to 10. Details will be emailed directly to participants. tinyurl.com/yd5qdlnu

FERNDALE — Skaters World hosts a "Community Skate Against Cancer" for adults, 12noon-4pm and 5pm-9pm. A fundraiser for Ride 2 Survive - Sullivan County. No charge. ride2survive-sullivancounty.org

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Cendrillon's "Massenet" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

NORTH BRANCH — North Branch Fire Department hosts its 76th annual Roast Beef Dinner, 4-8pm. Cost: $14/adults, free/under 5.

HAWLEY — Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts the 11th annual Foods of the Delaware Highlands Dinner at Silver Birches Waterfront. Wine tasting and silent auction 5:30pm, dinner 7pm. Cost: $140. info@delawarehighlands.org or 570/226-3164

MATAMORAS — The TriVersity Center for Gender & Sexual Diversity hosts "The Prom" at the Best Western Inn at Hunt's Landing, 7pm. All ages welcome. A night of celebration, music and dancing with a "Candyland" theme. Includes buffet dinner and desserts.Cost: $55/adults, $35/students 14-21. udglbt.org

HONESDALE — Contra dance at The Cooperage, 7:30-10pm. Live music by Laura Courtright and Craig Gehrig. Beginners always welcome. Dancing lessons at 7:15pm for beginners. Suggested donation: $10, kids under 15/free. 570/253-2020

NARROWSBURG — As part of its Spring Cultural Series, the Tusten Theatre presents Glen Spey playwright and actor Richard Hoehler’s solo show, “E.,” 8pm. A one-man play celebrating Hoehler’s longtime mentor and friend Edith (E.) Speziali. Cost: $20/advance, $25/door, free/12 and under. 845/252-7272 or www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org

Sun., Apr. 29

WHITE LAKE — Vendor Boutique 845 hosts a Craft and Vendor event at the Duggan School to benefit the Alzheimer's Association, 10am-4pm. Craft vendors and direct sales, as well as raffles, a bake sale and pictures with Bob the Minion. facebook.com/groups/vendorboutique845

BEACH LAKE — Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship hosts Tom Lisenbee, local poet and musician, for a program on the topic of "Buddhism, American Style" at the Berlin Township Community Hall, 10:15am. The one-hour service will be followed by a social time with refreshments. www.uduuf.org

HAWLEY — Pennies from Heaven hosts a tricky tray fundraiser at the Dock on Wallenpaupack, 12noon-2:30pm, drawing at 3pm. Free admission. Cash bar available, door prizes and desserts given out during basket drawing. Regular tickets are $8 for a sheet of 25.  Baskets valued higher than $250 sold for $1 and $5 a chance. Value packs $50. calebspennies18@gmail.com or www.calebspennies.org

NEVERSINK — Neversink Fire Hall hosts Fiddle Fest with pulled pork and rib barbeque, 2-6pm. Fundraiser for Sullivan County Pregnancy Support. Fiddle Fest entry fees: $10/adults, $1/students aged 6-18. BBQ costs: $12/pulled pork dinner, $14/rib dinner. Eat in or take out. 845/985-2923

Mon., Apr. 30

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., May. 1

HAWLEY — Lackawaxen EMS, an ASHI training facility, hosts a first aid certification class, 6:30pm. 570/685-4022

MILFORD — Pike Imaging Council hosts its free monthly photography club meeting at Belle Reve Senior Center, 6:30pm.

SCRANTON — The League of Women Voters of Lackawanna County and the Political Science Department, The University of Scranton hosts a candidate debate for the Democratic Primary election of Pennsylvania Representative to the 112th district, held at the Moscovitz Theater, 7pm.

Wed., May. 2

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts Managing Diabetes classes, 1-3pm. Covers basics, menu planning, label reading, preventing problems, glucose monitoring and exercise benefits. Cost: $50. Financial assistance available. Registration required by April 30: 570/253-8149

Thu., May. 3

SCRANTON — The Scranton Fringe Festival Board of Directors & Staff hosts "A Taste of Fringe," at POSH @ the Scranton Club, 6-8pm. An evening of unique live performances, hors d’oeuvres, complimentary libations and to help bring in the 2018 Scranton Fringe Festival (September 22-30). Cost: $35. info@scrantonfringe.org

HONESDALE — Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support (SEEDS) hosts its annual fundraiser and Swapapalooza at The Cooperage, 6pm. Doors open 5:30pm. Dinner is available for purchase from Mustard Seed Café. RSVP: www.seedsgroup.net or 570/245-1256

SCRANTON — The League of Women Voters of Lackawanna County and the Political Science Department, The University of Scranton hosts a candidate debate for the candidate debate for the Republican Primary election of the 8th U.S. Congressional District (encompassing Lackawanna, Wayne, Pike, Monroe, Luzerne Counties), held at the Moscovitz Theater, 7pm.

Fri., May. 4

NEVERSINK — The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce hosts the First Friday Networking Breakfast at Neversink Fire Department, 7:30-9am. Sponsored by Superior Building Supply. Please bring a non-perishable food item or trial size personal hygiene item for the local food pantry. Cost: $20/advance registration for members, $25/regular registration for members, $30/future members. For advance price, RSVP by May 2nd, 4pm: 845/791-4200 or office@catskills.com

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., May. 5

SOUTH FALLSBURG — The Sullivan County Office of Aging presents an AARP driver safety program at the South Fallsburg Senior Center. 9am-4pm, please arrive at 8:45am. Cost: $20/AARP members, $25/non-members. No walk-ins, registration required: 845/434-8922. Please call after 9am.

DINGMANS FERRY — Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church hosts a Name Your Own Price Yard Sale, 9am-1pm. Toys, household goods and small furniture items. A Family Ministry Fundraiser. Donations in saleable condition needed beginning April 28. www.dfumc.com or 570/828-2288

LOCH SHELDRAKE — SUNY Sullivan hosts its annual Kite Festival on the campus green, 10am. Free kites will be available to the first 200 children. Food vendors, activities for children, and live music by Lion Zen. 845/434-5750 x 4377

LORDS VALLEY — The Gallery at Chant Realtors LV hosts a meet and greet reception for the work of Hemlock Farms artist Lisa Hannick, 5-7pm. Refreshments served. Exhibit runs during the months of May and June. 570/775-7337

PORT JERVIS — Historic Downtown Merchants Association of Port Jervis hosts Girls' Night Out on Cinco De Mayo, 5-9pm. Downtown businesses offer specials and events catering to women.

LIBERTY — Liberty Elks Lodge hosts "Liberty Caliente!," a WJFF dance party, 7-10pm. Music provided by WJFF personalities, Latin themed food and a cash bar. 50/50 and silent auction items, with proceeds to support the programming at WJFF Radio Catskill. Cost: $20/advance, $25/door. Dance workshop at 6pm, $5 extra. 845/482-4141

YOUNGSVILLE — Youngsville Firehouse hosts a spring penny social sponsored by the Ladies Aid, 7pm. Doors open 6pm. $1 donation. Prizes, raffles, 50/50 drawing. Refreshments: hot dogs, desserts, beverages. Benefits St. Francis Church of Youngsville.

Sun., May. 6

HURLEYVILLE — The Sullivan County Historical Society hosts "Sax and Stories: A Memorable Afternoon with a Concord Alum," 2-3pm. A free musical performance featuringrenowned local saxophonist Larry Ravdin, who will also share some of his personal stories of life in the time of the historic Catskill resorts of Sullivan County. www.scnyhistory.org or call 845-434-8044

GLEN SPEY — As part of the Town of Lumberland Cultural Series, Lumberland Town Hall presents a traditional Irish folk music concert, featuring the Parting Glass, 3pm. Meet the Artist reception to follow the concert. Cost: $10, $5/children 12 and under. 845/856-6372

Mon., May. 7

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Wed., May. 9

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts Managing Diabetes classes, 1-3pm. Covers basics, menu planning, label reading, preventing problems, glucose monitoring and exercise benefits. Cost: $50. Financial assistance available. Registration required by April 30: 570/253-8149

Thu., May. 10

HARRIS — Catskill Regional Medical Center hosts "Retirement Planning with Charitable Trusts: Saving for yourself while giving to others," 3-4:30pm. A panel discussion will be conducted. Refreshments served. Limited seating available. 845/794-3300 x2104 or justusf@ghvhs.org

NARROWSBURG — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts "Dirty Laundry: It All Comes Out in the Wash," a one-man show starring Jonathan Charles Fox, 6pm. 845/794-4660

Fri., May. 11

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

NARROWSBURG — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts an opening reception for “Artwork as Collection/Collection as Artwork" in the Loft Gallery, 7-9pm. Showcasing nine visual artists and one poet whose work is informed by collecting as practice and as form. Exhibit runs through June 2. delawarevalleyartsalliance.org or 845/252-7576

NARROWSBURG — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts an opening reception for “In Afternoon Light,” an exhibition of still life and waterscape photographs by Beth Baylin, in its Alliance Gallery, 7-9pm. Show runs through June 2. delawarevalleyartsalliance.org or 845/252-7576

DAMASCUS — The Old Time Fiddlers will hold their Annual Spring Performance at Unity Grange Hall, 8pm. Doors open at 7:30pm. Refreshments available, door prizes. Cost: $9.

Sat., May. 12

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Catskill Art Society hosts an artists' talk and reception for New York-based artists Eunjung Hwang and Paula Stuttman. Artists' talk 3pm, reception 4-6pm. Exhibit runs May 12 through June 23. catskillartsociety.org

DAMASCUS — The Damascus Community Center hosts a pancake breakfast, 8am-12noon. Scrambled eggs, bacon and more. Cost: $7/adults, $5/children 5-12, free/under 4. 631/521-1170 

DINGMANS FERRY — Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church hosts a Mother's Day Plant Sale, 9am-2pm. A variety of hanging plants, flowering plants, vegetables and assorted flats will be available. The sale is held each year and helps to support a free Vacation Bible School program in the summer. www.dfumc.com or 570/828-2288

BETHEL — Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a Forestry Walk at the Conservancy’s Lemons Brook Farm, 1-4pm. Mike Fournier, the State Forester for New York Natural Resources Conservation Service, staff from Cornell Cooperative Extension-Sullivan County, and Conservancy staff will lead the walk through the forest of the 119-acre protected property. Discussions will include forest health, habitat for wildlife, managing land to meet your goals and objectives, and opportunities to fund land stewardship activities. Free, registration required: 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010 or info@delawarehighlands.org

NARROWSBURG — As part of its Spring Cultural Series, the Tusten Theatre presents the world premiere of “Standards & Classics & Starsky (No Hutch),” 8pm. A multimedia performance riffing on David Driver’s childhood obsession with the character of Detective David Starsky from the 1970s TV show “Starsky & Hutch.” Cost: $20/advance, $25/door, free/12 and under. 845/252-7272 or www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org

Mon., May. 14

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Wed., May. 16

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts Managing Diabetes classes, 1-3pm. Covers basics, menu planning, label reading, preventing problems, glucose monitoring and exercise benefits. Cost: $50. Financial assistance available. Registration required by April 30: 570/253-8149

Thu., May. 17

PORT JERVIS — Port Jervis Free Library hosts "Help for You - Job Consultations," 4:30-7:30pm. participants will meet one-on-one with a Career Development Counselor. An appointment is required. To register for a one-hour job consultation session, contact the library at 845/856-7313 x 6

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Fri., May. 18

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., May. 19

MILFORD —  Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a Native Plants Walk at Milford Experimental Forest, 9am-12noon. Participants will be guided through various forest types including a deer exclosure and demonstration chestnut planting. Native and invasive plant species will be identified and discussed. The hike will traverse moderately steep terrain; wear sturdy footwear and dress for the weather. Free, registration required: 570/226-3164, 845/583-1010 or info@delawarehighlands.org

MILFORD — The Delaware Valley Choral Society performs their spring concert, "Masses of Peace and Light Eternal," at the Delaware Valley High School Auditorium, 2pm. Featuring the world premiere of work by local composer R. Wayne Walters, as well as performances of Schubert and Lauridsen. Cost: $15/adults, $10/children. 845/856-5696 or 570/253-296-5333

Sun., May. 20

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

Mon., May. 21

MIDDLETOWN — West Hills Country Club hosts the 8th Wallace Berkowitz Cup to benefit the NHC foundation. 845/434-8300 x 318

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Fri., May. 25

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., May. 26

ROSCOE — The Community Hall hosts the 5th annual Anglers Market, 10am-3pm. Bring the fishing-related items you are no longer using or need. Contact Manny Zanger at 607/498-5464 to reserve table ASAP for only $15, or share a table. Space is limited.  Refreshments available.

PARKSVILLE — Arrowhead Ranch hosts a Country Jamboree, 2-6pm. Live music, swap meet, chili cook-off, cash prizes. Rain date May 27. Free admission, $25 to compete. Pre-registration a must for contestants. www.arrowheadranch.org or 631/350-7118

Mon., May. 28

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Fri., Jun. 1

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sun., Jun. 3

ROCK HILL — The Sullivan Event Center hosts the Catskill Region AACA Car Show. Gates open at 9am. Antique/classic/custom. Vendors wanted: food, crafts, auto & non-auto. 845/932-8923 or www.catskillregionaaca.org

Mon., Jun. 4

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Fri., Jun. 8

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., Jun. 9

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

Mon., Jun. 11

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Fri., Jun. 15

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sun., Jun. 17

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

Thu., Jun. 21

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sat., Jun. 23

LIVINGSTON MANOR — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Catskill Art Society hosts "Freedom of Expression," 3pm. An overview of the 2018 festival season with performance, discussion, multi-media and a special guest or two.

Sun., Jun. 24

HAWLEY — Central Volunteer Fire Department hosts the 17th Annual Golf Outing at Cricket Hill Country Club. Entry fee covers round of golf, green fees, golf cart, buffet after golf, contests and door prizes. Cost: $80. 570/685-5605

Sat., Jul. 14

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts a benefit featuring an enchantment of music and poetry, 5pm. Followed by a multi-course tasting menu inspired by the flavors of Levant, Central and South Asia, and the American South.

Sun., Jul. 15

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

NARROWSBURG — Two Rivers Zen Community hosts a Zazenkai meditation retreat. Zendo opens 7:15am, tea and coffee 7:45am, orientation begins 8am. Come together with like-minded individuals to enjoy a day of peaceful, relaxing silence. Includes lunch, coffee and tea. Fee: $40, $25/formal members. Limited enrollment. tworiverszen.org/zazenkai/

LIBERTY — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Liberty Museum & Arts Center hosts an afternoon of music and poetry for viola, cello, hand percussion and frame drums, 4pm.

Thu., Jul. 19

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

BETHEL — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Catskill Distilling Company hosts "Music Talks!," 5pm. An evening of drinks, music and discussion with composer-in-residence, Joan Tower.

Fri., Jul. 20

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts open rehearsal for tomorrow night's concert, 7pm. Meet the WCM fellows and hear questions and discussion with Festival Artists and Composer-in-Residence Joan Tower.

Sat., Jul. 21

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts Barn Variations, 8pm. A program of variations, new and old, on melodies, chords and rhythm itself.

Thu., Jul. 26

LIVINGSTON MANOR — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Catskill Arts Society hosts "Music Talks II," 7:30pm. An interactive performance of a set of variations, Baroque, Contemporary, Improvised, and Visual.

Fri., Jul. 27

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts the Weekend of Chamber Music Fellows in Performance and Composition, 7pm. A new work composed and rehearsed at the festival, plus an open rehearsal with WCM festival Artists.

Sat., Jul. 28

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts a Barn Concert, 8pm. Joan Tower's Très Lent, her moving transformation of Messiaen's beloved Quartet for the End of Time, phase-shifting variations from Steve Reich, and multifarious variations from Haydn.

Sun., Jul. 29

HONESDALE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Cooperage Project hosts "Variations at the Cooperage," 4pm. Joan Tower's Très Lent, Messiaen's beloved Louange à l’immortalité de Jesus, phase-shifting variations from Steve Reich, and multifarious variations from Haydn.

Sat., Aug. 11

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

Thu., Aug. 16

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sun., Aug. 19

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

Sun., Sep. 16

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

Thu., Sep. 20

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sat., Oct. 6

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

Thu., Oct. 18

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sun., Oct. 21

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

Thu., Nov. 15

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Thu., Dec. 20

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

 

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