An indoor farmers' market at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., every Saturday from 11am-2pm. Fresh veggies, dairy, meats, breads, baked goods, coffee, teas & more. Farm-fresh lunch at The Market Cafe. Every Saturday through May. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
In the month of December 2012 Honesdale Police officers investigated numerous incidents, in various locations throughout the borough, where eggs had been thrown at parked vehicles. Anyone with information is urged to contact the police department at 570-253-1900.
Women's Club of Honesdale first meeting of 2013 at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor's Center, 1:30pm. The speaker will be Greg Little, Editor of the Wayne Independent, speaking on "Publishing the Wayne Independent." Refreshments will be served and anyone interested is invited to attend. There will be a collection for the Community Pantry. 570/224-6240.
Fundraising event benefiting the Dessin Animal Shelter, held at the Inn at Woodloch, 6pm. Fine dining, dancing, music, raffles and a live auction. Tickets: $50. 570/647-0620.
Co-hosted by Apple Day Spa and Hair Restoration Salon and The Alpine, co-sponsored by Wayne County and Southern Wayne Regional Chambers of Commerce, held at Apple Day Spa, 5:30-7:30pm. Door prizes, refreshments, massage chair and free hand paraffin treatments. RSVP: 570/253-1960.
Amanda Reed is the Production Manager. Growing up in the darkroom and production room of The News Eagle gave her a feel for art and design at an early age. Eight years of newspaper design experience in multiple local publications give her designs a hometown feeling. An avid photographer, Amanda can almost always be caught with a camera in hand. When she’s not busy working, she can be found coaching girls softball, being a horse show mom, hanging out with her daughters and racing r/c cars.
Breann Cochran is the Assistant to the Publisher of The River Reporter. Originally from California, Breann moved to NYC where she worked in digital marketing for four years. Her most recent experience includes email marketing for a luxury retailer. She brings a passion for the outdoors, love of cooking and desire to live in a rural setting to Sullivan County where she and her fiancé are renovating their 1926 farmhouse.
At a news conference at the government center on January 3, Legislator Jonathan Rouis, the former chairman of the legislature, called for the establishment of a charter revision committee to study the notion of changing the county government to one that would have a county executive as is the case in Orange and Ulster counties.
Class at the Liberty Parks and Recreation Center, 11am-1pm. 845/794-3378.