Take-out only at the fire department, 12noon until sold out, adults $9, ages 10 & under $5. 845/252-6675.
Troopers out of New York State Police in Liberty conducted a traffic stop on State Hwy 52 in the town of Delaware. A 2001 Toyota Camry was driven by Rajcoomarie Bury, age 33 of Richmond Hills, NY. After an investigation Ms. Bury was charged with Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated. She was issued tickets returnable to the town of Delaware court on April 25, 2011 to answer the charges.
In a discussion about the fine points of the Marcellus Shale in the Upper Delaware Valley, professor Terry Engelder said, “I wish it would make Narrowsburg rich, but it’s not going to.” In this region that assessment will be met with a mix of glee, disappointment and skepticism. Read more
Delaware Highlands Conservancy "On the Course for Conservation" benefit tournament at Woodloch Springs, registration 8:30am, shotgun start 10am, $110 incl. farm-to-table breakfast, golf, awards reception ($50 reception only). 570/226-3164.
All customers invited for day-long BBQ, children's activities, giveaways & Coffee House program at The Janice Center, 10am-5pm. 845/482-3324.
The Lakeside Players perform at the community hall, 5/7, 7:30pm; 5/8, 3pm, $12. RSVP: 570/226-6207.
Church Street Jazz Encounter performs, appetizers, & silent auction at United Methodist Church, 11:30am, adults $5, children $3. Benfits youth camperships & programs. 570/729-8885 or 729-7011.
Fundraiser hosted by New Hope Community at Maxie's Place, 9-11am, $10. 845/926-4655 or 238-4723.