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May 2013

Live Music with Steven Faubel

May 18, 2013

Live Music in the Dining Room with Steven Faubel, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. or 570/226-2993.

Celebrate Spring Wine Dinner

May 17, 2013

A tour of the best refreshing spring wines, both whites and reds, paired with handcrafted selections from the chef.Celebrate Spring Wine Dinner, 6:30 pm, The Settlers Inn. or 570/226-2993. $100/person. Reservations.

Jazz in the Tavern with Rich Jenkins

May 15, 2013

Jazz in the Tavern with Rich Jenkins, 6-8 pm, The Settlers Inn. or 570/226-2993.

Live music with Peter Daniel

May 11, 2013

Live Music in the Dining Room with Peter Daniel, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. or 570/226-2993.

Pirate party

May 18, 2013

Come dressed as & talk like a pirate at Nadia’s Restaurant, young buccaneers 4-6pm, brothern of the coast (adults) 7pm. For the young buccaneers, there will be games, crafts, stories and prizes. $5 includes light meal. Must be accompanied by adult. Adult party, presenting music by Dirty Stay Out Skifflers. Prizes for best pirate costumes and more. Adults may purchase buffet $10 plate special or $15 all-you-can-eat–buffet. $7 cover charge if not dining. 845/693-5104.

Reading of 'The Stourbridge Lion'

May 18, 2013

Reading of "The Stourbridge Lion" at the Wayne County Historical Society Museum, 11am. Followed by an art activity under the direction of Wayne County Arts Alliance artist Lisa Macchia-Oliger.

'Help our Heroes' town hall meeting

May 16, 2013

Senator Lisa Baker and Bold Gold Media present "Help Our Heroes" at the PPL Environmental Leaning Center, 9-10:30am open house, 10:30am-12 noon public discussion.

Ferry Godmother Music Circuit fundraiser

May 30, 2013

Ferry Godmother Productions hosts fundraising concert at the Arboretum, Thomas Bull Memorial Park, 6:30-8:30pm. Featuring Lillie Bryant, Gabriela Tranchina, Christopher Dean Sullivan, Joe Tranchina and Ernie Colon. Tickets: $25. Space is limited; purchase of tickets in advance is suggested at

FrackNation director at Sullivan West; McAleer mocks alternative energy, progressives

The film FrackNation was screened at Sullivan West High School on May 8, and played to an audience of perhaps 100 people, a majority of whom were clearly in favor of gas drilling.  Read more

Upper Delaware BioBlitz

On June 29, the public is invited to experience the diversity of life on a property owned by the Norcross Wildlife Foundation in the Northeast corner of Wayne County, during the first Upper Delaware BioBlitz.

At a BioBlitz, biologists and volunteers gather to collect, identify and catalogue as many living things as possible on a demarcated property in a 24-hour period.  Read more