An annual Blessing of the Animals and Dedication of Those who Love Them, will be sponsored by Grace Episcopal Church, 827 Church Street, on Saturday at 5pm. The event is open for all who are able to bring their pets – four-legged, two-winged, scaled etc. For more information, you may call the Church at 570/253-2760.
On Friday, 5:30pm to be hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) and Sullivan County’s new Outdoor Club at the CCE Turtle Spring Nature Trail, 64 Ferndale-Loomis Rd. Attendees must register ahead of time at the CCE office. Contact: Nicole Slevin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845/292-6180 www.sullivancce.org.
“Getting to Know the ABC’s and D’s of Medicare And How the New Health Care Reform Affects Your Benefits
Medicare workshop to be presented by James Farnham, MBA, MS, Senior Health Insurance Representative, at the Liberty Public Library on Thursday, 6:30pm. Free and open to the public. For info, please call 845/292-6070. 189 North Main Street, directly in front of the elementary school.
The Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation will host a talk by museum historian Stephen Skye about the corporate culture of the Delaware and Hudson Canal, Wednesday, 7:30pm at the D & H Canal Park Visitor’s Center, 58 Hoag Road. Suggested donation is $5 for non-members. Museum is open Friday-Sunday from noon until 4 p.m. through October 28 and by appointment. Call 845/754-8870, visit www.neversinkmuseum.org or email email@example.com.
Hosted by St. James Episcopal Church at the Youth Center, from 11am to 4pm. Vendors to enhance a day filled with lively entertainment such as pie contests, pumpkin painting, food, face painting, games etc are warmly welcome. Space can be rented at $25 on first-come basis. Deadline is on Oct 18, call 845/887-4269
Nina Burleigh will talk about censorship in America and abroad as well as present excerpts from her new project on women's roles in Egypt's Arab Spring entitled "Under the Black Blanket." Saturday, Ray McNiece will present his tribute to Woody Guthrie, an American role model for artistic freedom whose 100th birthday would have been this year. Both events are free and open to the public. Western Sullivan Public Library, Narrowsburg Branch, 198 Bridge St. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
To be presented by Greater Barryville Chamber of Commerce. Fun activities and contests, 10am - 5pm at The Spring House Commons, 3461 Rt. 97
6-8pm at the Ted Stroebel Center on Jefferson Street in Monticello. Sullivan County Public Health Services and planning partners concerned about health invite any interested Sullivan County residents to take one evening out from their busy lives for an important cause. Snacks/ refreshments will be available from 5:15 PM – 6 PM. For more information or questions call: 845/513-2222