Sponsored by The Ladies Aid Society at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-noon.
Sponsored by The Ladies Aid Society at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-2pm.
Ed Wesely presentation on "Butterflies migrate in Wayne County" at Chamber of Commerce Visitor's Center, 7pm. Collection for community pantry.
Lunch provided by Lumberland Senior Club, info provided by fire dept. at the senior center, noon. All welcome.
"Sweet on Friends," an evening of chocolate desserts & beverages, to celebrate the 20th birthday of Friends of the Library, 7-9pm, $15 advance. 570/253-1220.
A bat, the only mammal capable of sustained flight, invokes many things to many people. Many fictional books and movies have maligned bats as evil creatures to be feared, and many of us have an underlying fear of bats when we encounter them. The truth is that the only thing that needs to fear a bat in our region is a mosquito: a bat can eat up to 50% of its body weight in mosquitoes and other flying insects per evening. It turns out that a bat is a highly beneficial critter that has picked up a bum rap. Read more
My online dictionary defines “family” in a number of ways: “A group consisting of parents and children living together in a household,” “A group of people related to one another” and “People related to each other and so to be treated with a special loyalty or intimacy: I could not turn him away, for he is family.” Lest we forget, American journalist and author Edna Buchanan once declared that “Friends are the family we choose for ourselves.” Read more
COCHECTON, NY — The Cochecton Preservation Society meets to plan its free program, “Coffee, Tea and History,” for Sunday, October 7 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Cochecton Train Station on Rt. 97. The topic will be “Cochecton Businesses – Then and Now,” featuring the history of Heinle’s General Store, Gasko & Meyer, Cochecton Mills and many others. Free admission will include coffee, tea and cake. Members shown standing are Pamela DeMan, left, Art Hassis, Jerry Yavarkovsky and Dolores Manaseri. Seated are Larry Richardson, left, Joe Manaseri and Dottie Schlegel. Read more