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July 2012

Golf outing

September 16, 2012

Sponsored by Rock Hill Vol. Fire Dept. at Tarry Brae Golf Course, lunch & registration 11:30am, shotgun start 12:30pm, $85 incl. lunch, steak dinner & beverages all day. 845/794-1532 or 914/799-0095.

Parade

September 15, 2012

84th annual SCVFA parade, 2pm; music by Common Ground All-Star Orchestra, 3-7pm; award ceremony 7pm. Drawings for $4000 in gift card raffles. 845/794-6865.

Marylin Lytle Barr

Marylin Lytle Barr died peacefully in her home on June 13, 2012. Born on August 11, 1920 in Boston, she lived through, contributed to, and exemplified a century of extraordinary change. A “war bride” in 1942, she raised three children before earning a Masters Degree in sociology and beginning a quarter-century of teaching in New York City’s Head Start program. In “retirement,” she embraced the opportunity to devote more of her time to writing and publishing poetry, and to creating the watercolor paintings that she often integrated into her poetry readings.  Read more

Honesdale's 52nd Annual Sidewalk Sales a Huge Success

Honesdale’s merchants held “Circus Sales Days” the annual sidewalk sales on July 19, 20 and 21, which was sponsored by Wayne Bank, with support from Wayne County Tourism. One of the features was a Circus Side Show, and the Contestant incldued Gail Tucker, executive director, Greater Honesdale Partnership, left; Michael G.  Read more

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Marylin Lytle Barr

GRAHAMSVILLE, NY -- Marylin Lytle Barr died peacefully in her home on June 13, 2012. Born on August 11, 1920 in Boston, she lived through, contributed to, and exemplified a century of extraordinary change. A “war bride” in 1942, she raised three children before earning a Masters Degree in sociology and beginning a quarter-century of teaching in New York City’s Head Start program. In “retirement,” she embraced the opportunity to devote more of her time to writing and publishing poetry, and to creating the watercolor paintings that she often integrated into her poetry readings. A member of the Grahamsville Alchemy Club and the Greater Haverhill Poetry Society in Massachusetts, she was active in the Claryville Quilting Club and the Grahamsville Historical Society where her extensive research reclaimed the history of the 1856 home where she live with her husband for the last quarter of her life.  Read more

Theatre Beat: Forestburgh Playhouse: There’s a place for us

“West Side Story,” now playing at the Forestburgh Playhouse, (FBP) is arguably one of the most popular Broadway musicals of all time. The original production, written in 1957, was an instant smash and spawned a 1961 film version that has since captured the hearts of millions worldwide.

Inspired by William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” the story focuses on young lovers Tony (Michael Schauble) and Maria (Emily Brown) and their ill-fated romance, set against a back drop of warring street gangs, racial strife and the turbulent transition of the late 1950s giving way to a new generation.  Read more

Tastes of Wayne

August 1, 2012
September 5, 2012

Enjoy a night out w/ food & friendship while supporting the Wayne Historical Society, 1st Wed./mo.

'A Celebration of Rivers'

August 4, 2012

Poet Ken Hada will read from & sign "The River White" & Paul Austin reads from Joseph Freda's "The Patience of Rivers" at Liberty Free Theatre, 7:30pm, free. RSVP: 845/292-3788.

Jeff Jamboree

August 4, 2012

Inflatables, vendors, 50/50, petting zoo, face painting, balloon animals, games, prizes & more at Lion's Field, 10am-4pm, free. jeffersonvilleny.com

Storytelling: 'Pet's Eye View'

August 11, 2012

Stories about us from our pet's perspective told by the Yarnslingers at Morgan Outdoors, 6:30pm, free, public welcome. RSVP: 845/439-5507.