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May 2012

Public meeting honoring Scouts

June 1, 2012

Delaware Lodge No. 561 Free & Accepted Masons honors Scouts at the library (2nd fl.), 8pm. Public welcome. 570/685-8027.

Our taxes & mandate reform

May 31, 2012

Learn what you can do to help fight state mandates at Lapolt Senior Center, 6:30pm, free. Refreshments. 845/701-0708.

Penny social

June 9, 2012

Special table, theme baskets, door prizes, & 50/50 at Firehouse, doors open 5:30pm, calling 6:30pm. Refreshments. Benefits Long Eddy Hose Co. Aux.

Gravity-fed & pump-driven irrigation

June 2, 2012

Learn to design & build irrigation systems at Root 'N Roost Farm, 3-5pm, $20. Rain date: 6/3. RSVP: info@rootroost.com. Confirm on day of class: 845/292-9126.

Sullivan County Tea Party Patriots meeting

June 7, 2012

Guest speaker Richard S. Baum, Esq. at 240 Chestnut St., 7pm. Refreshments. whrotties@netzero.net.

Bratwurst dinner

June 6, 2012

Elks Lodge #1545, 5-7pm, adults/take-outs $10, under age 11 $5, under age 5 free. 845/292-3434.

Open farm day

June 3, 2012

Tour, games, food, live music & face painting at Country Ark Farm, 11am-4pm, $5/person, $15/family. 570/686-3480.

The language of spirituality

June 3, 2012

Guest speaker: Rev. Kim D. Wilson at the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service at Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Topic centers around language that we use in an attempt to describe spirituality & varieties of religious experience.Wilson will explore how it's possible to communicate with others who use a different lexicon to describe religious concepts, feelings and ideas.

Wine Tasting

June 2, 2012

Wine tasting with hors d'oeuvres pairings at Narrowsburg Fine Wines, 44 Main Street, from 3-5pm. Introducing 4 great Pinots for summer: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc (Sparkling) and Pinot Noir Rose.

Supermarket on track for Apollo;developer looks to attract national chains

Developer Butch Resnick said that if things go as planned, the Apollo Plaza will stick with the name it already has once he has rehabilitated the forlorn-looking mall.  Read more