The Equinunk Historical Society will present Richard "Smitty" Axtell, well-known antiques specialist, in a program at the Calder Museum, 1pm. Talking about antiques used in historical pastimes, this interactive program will invite audience participation as Axtell leads the discussion of implements used long ago. 570/224-6722.
The Humane Society of Port Jervis/Deerpark will be hosting their annual flea market fundraiser to be held at the shelter, 9am-3pm. All of the proceeds go towards the care of the animals in the shelter. 845/856-3677.
An American chicken barbeque with all the trimmings at the VFW’s historic train depot V.F.W. Post # 4947, 1pm. Cost: $10. Eat in or take out. Tickets purchased at the door. 845/733-5811 or 845/647-8722.
Rock Hill Volunteer Fire Department french toast breakfast, 7am-12 noon. All you can eat french toast, pancakes sausage, scrambled eggs, hash browns and drinks. Cost: adults $7, kids under 12 $6, under 5 free.845/794-6865.
"Spoon River Anthology" performed by The Little Victory Players at the new Hancock Hall, 1pm. All tickets $10. Portray both the humor and seriousness of small town life and secrets the residents have taken to their grave. 607/363-2819.
"Spoon River Anthology" performed by The Little Victory Players at the new Hancock Hall, 7pm. All tickets $10. Portray both the humor and seriousness of small town life and secrets the residents have taken to their grave. 607/363-2819.
The Callicoon Center Band strikes up its summer 2013 season, carrying on a tradition that stretches back eight decades. So bring your lawn chair to downtown Callicoon every Wednesday at 8pm through August 28.
The Western Sullivan Public Library Delaware Free Branch will hold its annual book sale during the Callicoon Street Fair, 9am-4pm. 845/887-4040.
tricky tray at St. Mary’s Parish Hall, doors open at 6pm, calling begins at 7:30pm. Over 50 baskets of all new gifts worth $25 or more. Admission: $5,includes five tickets and dessert. 607/498 4741.
Monticello Police have positively identified the body that was found in the fire that took place on Monday 6/24/13 at 34 St. John street in the village of Monticello as Celestino “Dino” Valverde, age 53. Read more