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July 2011

PA conservation regulations clarified

HONESDALE, PA — Len Grover of the Wayne County Conservation District told the county commissioners that it was necessary to send two letters to clarify storm water management regulations.  Read more

News in brief

Pedestrain struck in Narrowsburg

A 70-year-old man from New Jersey was struck and seriously injured on July 3 in front of the Narrowsburg Inn on Bridge St. Trooper Timothy Ward of the New York State Police at Narrowsburg said the man, Warren Enker, was flown to West Chester Medical Center after being hit by a truck. Enker reportedly walked into the street from between parked cars.  Read more

Pike expands transportation

MILFORD, PA — More Pike County residents will be able to use the county buses now that the transportation group will be spun off the Area Agencies on Aging and be made an independent county department.  Read more

Ambulance service helps out in power outage

ELDRED, NY — Members of the American Legion Ambulance Service in the Town of Highland would like people to know that their headquarters, located at 17 Collins Road in Eldred, is open to Highland residents during all emergencies. The captain of the corps, “We’re here in emergencies,” ambulance captain Pat Friedrich said.  Read more

Rockabilly music in Lake Ariel

LAKE ARIEL, PA — PocoNotes will bring Northeastern Pennsylvania’s rockabilly band, RockABilly & the 45’s, to The Lodge at The Hideout on Saturday, July 9 at 8 p.m.
Rockabilly music has been described as a twangy fusion of country-western with rhythm and blues. It launched the legendary careers of Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, whose Sun Records sessions in December 1956 earned them the nickname “million dollar quartet.” It is also the seed from which rock ‘n’ roll was created.  Read more

‘Fields and Streams’ exhibit opens in Wurtsboro

“Fields and Streams,” the Wurtsboro Art Alliance’s (WAA) second invitational juried salon exhibition, will run from July 9 to August 7 at the WAA Gallery, with an opening reception on Saturday, July 9 from 2 to 6 p.m. It will coincide with the Wurtsboro Founders Day (see above). Refreshments will be served, featuring local wines from the Basha Kill Vineyard. Music will be provided by Russell Spitzer on guitar.  Read more

Callicoon ‘Under the Moon’ concerts are back

CALLICOON, NY —The Callicoon Creek Park Association will open the “Under the Moon in Callicoon” concert series on Friday, July 8 with Basket Landing, a folk music and dance ensemble based in Hankins. They will be followed on Saturday, July 16 by award-winning MazMyth from Livingston Manor, which won the Break Contest this spring and played on the main stage at Bamboozle at the Meadowlands in New Jersey, along with opening act AventeGorz.  Read more

‘It’s NOT Your Mama’s Muumuu’ contest

HONESDALE, PA — The Greater Honesdale Partnership will run a “It’s Not Your Mama’s Muumuu” contest on Friday, July 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Honesdale’s Central Park as part of Aloha Honesdale Sidewalk Sales. Get out your favorite muumuu or—even better—your patterns, scissors, Hawaiian material and your imagination and join in the fun. Prizes will be awarded for the prettiest muumuu, the craziest muumuu and the most creative muumuu.  Read more

Food, Fun and Fiddlin’ Around

HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Historical Society’s major fundraiser for 2011, Food, Fun and Fiddlin’ Around, will be held at 6 p.m. on July 9 in the Parish Hall of Grace Episcopal Church.
Steve Jacobi and Fiddlin’ Around will provide the music for listening and dancing and chef Alan Kehoe has announced a menu of simple summer fare to fuel the dancing. So far, Kehoe is promising Texas smoked beef brisket, barbeque sauce, balsamic roast chicken, baked beans, macaroni and cheese and Caesar salad, topped off with brownies and vanilla ice cream.  Read more

‘Expanding Questions, Frozen Light’

MILFORD, PA — “Expanding Questions, Frozen Light” will open at the ART-ery Gallery on Thursday, July 7, with new works by Tom Holmes and Richard Weber. There will be a reception on July 9 from 6 to 9 p.m.  Read more