Learn alternative paths to healing for pets from Brenda Seldin & Kristy Boki at The Sanctuary of Oils, 6:30-8:30pm, $25. RSVP w/l Brenda: 845/588-2023, RSVP w/ Kristy: 570/503-6471.
Resolve a pet's emotional and/or behavioral issues at Tranquility Salon & Wellness, 1-4pm, $50. Bring a photo of current pet that needs help. RSVP: 845/588-2023.
St. Mary's Hall, 4-7pm, adults $10, ages 6-12 $5, under age 5 free.
[Lucy Jan-Turan is a student interning at The River Reporter this summer.]
NARROWSBURG, NY — The Delaware Valley Opera Company continued its Shakespeare-themed season with “Kiss Me Kate,” a Cole Porter musical that originally opened on Broadway in 1948, at the Tusten Theatre on July 29. Having never seen this particular musical before, and not being familiar with “The Taming of the Shrew,” the Shakespeare play on which it is based, I entered the theatre with virgin eyes and ears. Read more
CASTEL DI SANGRO, ITALY — At the ninth annual SIM (Italian School of Fly Fishing) Fly Fishing Festival, held in Castel di Sangro on June 23, the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) and the International Museum of Fly Fishing Stanislao Kuckiewicz established a relationship to exchange history, information and friendship to preserve and promote the universal language of, and interest in, fly fishing. Read more
FERNDALE, NY — You can learn to become a Master Gardener through Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County through a 15-week training program that will begin September 6 at the Gerald J. Skoda Education Center. Up to 20 individuals will be accepted into the program after an application and interview process. Read more
THOMPSON, PA — Naturalist David Trently will lead a nature walk at Florence Shelly Preserve to discover and identify butterflies on Sunday, August 5 at 2 p.m. He will lead participants through the diverse 400-acre protected nature preserve to find butterflies in some of their preferred habitats: fields, woods, and wetlands. Read more
REGION — Penn State Extension will host a special webinar titled “A Blow to Act 13?: The Impact of the Commonwealth Court’s Decision on Local Zoning and Natural Gas Development in Pennsylvania” on Thursday, August 9 from 1 to 2 p.m. This webinar is free and open to the public, and will be of special interest to municipal officials and attorneys. Read more