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Week of November 8 2012

Eventdate: November 6, 2012 - November 10, 2012
All terms
The Shawnee Playhouse Production Auditions.

Auditions are open for their productions “Real Friends Help You Move,” “Succession,” “Gettin' Out The Green,” and “The Obituary I'm Dying To Write” which were the winners of their Original Playwright Series at the Shawnee Inn. Please Contact The Shawnee Playhouse at 570/421-5093 for more information. Information courtesy of www.theforwardianartssociety.com.

Shawnee on Delaware, Theatre
Eventdate: November 8, 2012
All terms
Bookworm Club

Grades 2-4 enjoy stories, games, crafts & snacks at the library, Thurs., 2:30-4pm. RSVP: 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Meeting
Childcare provider training

6:30 – 8:30 PM, Wayne County Extension Office, 648 Park St., Using Observation to Support Individual Child's Development. Cost: $5.00. Registration is required by November 5 by going to http://www.pakeys.org/pages/login.aspx. Payment must be received in the extension office, 648 Park St.,PRIOR to the workshop date. There must be a minimum of 10 PAID registered participants by the course deadline in order to hold the workshop. For more information, call 570/253-4110.

Honesdale, Lectures/discussions
Flying Needles quilt camp

Join Patti Shreiner for a weekend of quilting at PEEC, $250 incl. 3 nights lodging & 9 meals, $200 commuter rate. 570/828-2310.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Friday Friends UMW Fundraiser

On Friday, 7-9pm at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, Friday Friends UMW will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Wayne County Children’s Christmas Bureau & SERRV. Please join us for an enjoyable evening of early Christmas shopping, while sharing Christ’s love in our local and global communities. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, see www.beachlakeumc.com or call the church office at 570/729-7011.

Beach Lake, Community Events
Greater Honesdale Partnership's Annual Meeting

Community Room-Wayne County Visitors Center, 7pm. RSVP ghp@visithonesdalepa.com, 253-5492

Honesdale, Meeting
Liberty Middle School Band Presents The Language of Music

The 5th and 6th Grade Band will present a special clinic/performance for parents, teachers, administrators, and friends on Thursday evening at the Liberty Middle School Gym, 7:00 PM. Adult seating will not take place before 6:45 PM. Reservations required – Email: gsiegel@libertyk12.org or call 292-5400 x5117

Liberty, Music
New "Stageworks" production at Old Stone House

“Stageworks” Starts New Production at Old Stone House of Hasbrouck, 282 Hasbrouck Rd. Autumn rehearsals will be scheduled for a new play to be staged in early January. Starting October 18th, young thespians are invited to meet at 5:30-7 pm every Thursday, training for their theatrical roles. Registration forms are available at www.TheOldStoneHouseOfHasbrouck.org. For more detalis, contact Ms. Eddings at 845/985-0419, or by email request to oshya@peoplepc.com.

Hasbrouck, Meeting
Saving Taxes through Retirement Funding

Community Room, Wayne County Chamber Bldg. Free Seminar, 5:30-7:30pm. 570/253-1926

Wayne County, Community Events
Tenants’ Rights Forum at Liberty Public Library

Liberty- This program is free and open to the public. 6:30pm, 845/292-6070

Liberty, Lectures/discussions
The Deer Head Inn presents Jazz Jam with Bill Goodwin and Friends

Beginning at 8pm. Please Contact The Deer Head Inn at 570/424-2000 for more information. Information courtesy of www.theforwardianartssociety.com.

Delaware Water Gap, Music
Eventdate: November 9, 2012
All terms
Concert: Rusted Root

Event Gallery performance at Bethel Woods, 7pm, $36.50 reserved, $41.50 day of show. 800/745-3000.

Bethel, Music
Eventdate: November 10, 2012
All terms
Wine Tasting Event To Benefit The Lackawaxen Township Ambulance Service

The Summit Restaurant at Masthope Mountain- Tickets Limited to 100, 7pm. 570/685-5432, 570/685-2633

Lackawaxen, Community Events
4-H Rough Riders Horse Club meeting

Beginning at 10 AM, Pocono Ranchlands Stable. 4-H is open to youth ages 8 - 18. For more information, call 570/296-3400.

Bushkill, Meeting
Art workshops

“Saturdays at the Woods” for grades K-9 to learn about different facets of theater and stage art form & explore it in immersive ways, 10/13–11/17, Sat., 6 sessions, $10-$25/session or $50-$70/all sessions, fee incl. materials. RSVP: BethelWoodsCenter.org or 845/583-2008.

Bethel, Workshop
Comedy show: 'The Laugh Tour'

Featuring comedians from The Tonight Show, Letterman, Conan, Comedy Central & more at The Nutshell, mixer 7pm, show 8pm, $15 online, $20 door. TheLaughTour.com.

Lake Huntington, Community Events
Fellowship Fair

St. Paul's Lutheran parish hall, Lunch of soups, hot beef on bun and desserts available, 9am-2pm, Call 252-3919

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Gillinder Glass Special Glass Blowing Demos

Gillinder Glass factory, 39 Erie St. $5.00 adults, $4.00 children (16 & under), $4.00 seniors (55+), 10am-3pm, www.gillinderglassstore.com/special-events/ 845/856-5375

Port Jervis, Lectures/discussions
Girl Scout badge fest

Fun day of badge work at PEEC, half day $12, full day $20. RSVP: 570/828-2310.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Girl Scout Badge Fest

Girl scout badge fest participants will have the opportunity to work towards completing the NEW Skill building activity badges which GIrl scouts recently introduced. Payment is required at registration. Space is limited, call early! 570/828-2319. Cost $20 Full day / $12 Half day, Saturday 9am-4pm

Dingmans Ferry, Community Events
Ham Dinner with String beans, Baked Potato, Roll and Dessert

Grace Lutheran Church, adult $10 child $5, 4:30-7pm,

Callicoon, Community Events
Images of the Upper Delaware

GrandStyle Framing Company, David B. Soete’s first public photography gallery opening, 5-8pm, grandstyleframing@verizon.net 570/251-8113.

Art, Honesdale
Italian buffet

Prepared by Anthony Lipari at Shohola Township Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co. 570/559-7525 or 296-4436.

Shohola, Community Events
Live native animals

See wild animals up close w/ Kathy Uhler at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 1pm, free. 570/253-3042.

Hawley, Community Events
Mt. Airy Casino bus trip

Bus leaves behind Provident Bank 8:45am, leaves casino 3:30pm to Crossings Premium Outlets, $40 incl. $25 free play & $10 food. Benefits diabetes organization. 845/434-9064.

South Fallsburg, Community Events
Mt. Airy Casino/Crossings Premium Outlets Bus Trip

Bus leaves behind Provident bank at 8:45am and arrives at Mt. Airy Casino at approximately 11am and leaves at 1:30pm to Crossing Premium Outlets. Cost $40, must be 21 years or older. Contact Regina at 434-9064

Fallsburg, Outdoors
Richard Parkinson performs

Guitar & vocals, originals & covers at Baker's Tap Room, 7:30pm.

Barryville, Music
Silent auction

Community United Methodist Church, doors open 7pm, calling 8pm. 845/583-4360.

Kauneonga Lake, Community Events
Thanksgiving Dance Party

From 7-10pm at the Callicoon Youth Center, 8 Creamery Road. No Admission or donations required, a pot luck dessert would do the trick. For more information call Arts Junction, PA. 917/445-5274

Callicoon, Community Events
Tupperware Party Fund Raiser for the Equinunk Historical Society

Calder House, 1972 Pine Mill Rd, bring a favorite cookie recipe to exchange, 1-4pm, Melissa/224-8178 or Tammy Schmoyer/251-3670

Equinunk, Community Events
Eventdate: November 10, 2012 - November 11, 2012
All terms
CT's Largest Fly Fishing Show The Arts of the Angler

Ethan Allen Hotel, Danbury CT- Admission $12, Daily updates at www.facebook.com/cffcm

Art, Livingston Manor
NACL presents Shakespeare's Will by Vern Thiessen

NACL Highland Lake, Tickets are $15-25, pay-what-you-can, 4pm. Reservation: 845/557-0694 to www.nacl.org

Highland Lake, Theatre
The PCHS Hosts Special WWII Exhibit in Honor of Veterans Day

Columns Museum, 608 Broad Street, Milford. 12-4pm. 570/296-8126 www.pikecountyhistoricalsociety.org.

Milford, Community Events
Eventdate: November 10, 2012 - November 17, 2012
All terms
Introduction to the Fundamentals of Selling on eBay

Saturday, November 10 and 17, 9 am to 3 PM (includes a lunch break)
at the SUNY Sullivan Campus, Room G005. For more information or to register: CALL 845/434-5750 x4398 / scccworkforce@sunysullivan.edu

Loch Sheldrake, Community Events
Eventdate: November 10, 2012 - November 14, 2012
All terms
The Shawnee Playhouse Production Auditions.

Auditions are open for their productions “Real Friends Help You Move,” “Succession,” “Gettin' Out The Green,” and “The Obituary I'm Dying To Write” which were the winners of their Original Playwright Series at the Shawnee Inn. Please Contact The Shawnee Playhouse at 570/421-5093 for more information. Information courtesy of www.theforwardianartssociety.com.

Shawnee on Delaware, Theatre
Eventdate: November 11, 2012
All terms
"High Tea High Fashion” Fundraiser for Delaware Valley Arts Alliance

Gloria Krause Recital Hall, Delaware Arts Center. A four course tea and fashion show, Tickets $25, 2pm. 845/252-7576 www.ArtsAllianceSite.org.

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Awaken Wellness Fair

The largest/best loved body-mind-spirit-green expo north of New York City! Sunday, from 10am to 5 pm at the Doubletree Hotel located at 455 Broadway, Tarrytown NY 10591. Get your tickets NOW at WWW.AWAKENFAIR.COM.

Wurtsboro, Community Events
Concert: George Winston

Grammy award-winning pianist in the Event Gallery at Bethel Woods, 7:30pm, $51.50. 800/745-3000.

Bethel, Music
Harvest Band at The Hudson Valley Marketplace

Harvest Duo Live! www.theharvestduo.com. Sunday 1pm- 4pm. Located at 130 Salt Point Turnpike, Poughkeepsie, NY. For more info: www.hvmarket.com P: 845/483-1234 F: 845/483-1235

Poughkeepsie, Music
Holiday Bows & Bough

Join us for a fun, unique experience. Create your own holiday decorations using natural materials. We provide materials, you can also bring your own supplies and decorations. Pre-registration is required. 1pm-3pm Cost $12

Dingmans Ferry, Community Events
Holiday bows & boughs

Create your own holiday decorations using natural materials at PEEC, 1-3pm, $12. 570/828-2310.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Hortonville Fire Department, Annual Pancake Breakfast

Hortonville- Adults $7, Kids 12 and under $3, Kids under 5 Free, 7am-12pm.

Hortonville, Community Events
Sunday Night Cinema: Wind (PG-13)

From the great director Carroll Ballard, at Cinema 6, Route 6 Mall, 8:15pm. For more information, please visit waynecountyartsalliance.org or contact the Arts Alliance at 570/390-4420.

Honesdale, Film
“High Tea High Fashion,” a four-course tea and fashion show to benefit Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.

Gloria Krause Recital Hall, Delaware Arts Center, $25, Open to public. 2pm

Art, Narrowsburg
“High Tea High Fashion,” a four-course tea and fashion show to benefit Delaware Valley Arts Alliance.

Gloria Krause Recital Hall, Delaware Arts Center, $25, Open to public. 2pm

Art, Narrowsburg
Eventdate: November 13, 2012
All terms
2-Hour Tune Up for Your Organization: We've Always Done It That Way-Making Changes

7:00 —9:00 PM, Penn State Extension office in Monroe County, 724 Phillips St, Suite 201. Cost: $25. Pre-registration, including payment, is required. Register at http://agsci.psu.edu/2-hour-tune-ups/stroudsburg with any major credit card or call 610/746-1970 to register in person.

Stroudsburg, Community Events
Public General Meeting

Hurleyville- Sullivan County Historical Society Nominations of Officers, 7pm. 845/343-8044

Hurleyville, Meeting
Public Meeting & Nominations, SC Historical Society

Sullivan County Museum-Guest speaker, 7pm. 845/343-8044

Hurleyville, Meeting
The Lady With the Dog, by Anton Chekhov

To be discussed at the next meeting of the great books discussion program at the E.B. Crawford Public Library at 393 Broadway, Tuesday, 7:30PM. New members are welcome. For more information call the library at 794-4660

Monticello, Lectures/discussions
Eventdate: November 14, 2012
All terms
Book Drop or Swap

Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. Drop or Swap and 7 p.m. Public Program at the PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, Rt. 6. As part of America Recycles Day, PPL will offer a Book Drop or Swap and free public program. Bring your hard covers and paperbacks to drop off. You can swap an old book for a new book. Join us after the drop or swap for “What is old is new again: Reduce, reuse, recycle.” This program will present information about how to recycle everything from plastics and aluminum to bicycles and refrigerators. Direct questions about this event to Jenna Wayne, JWayne@pplweb.com. For more programs, visit pplpreserves.com and click “Calendar of Events”.

Hawley, Community Events
Catskill Mountain Chapter of Hadassah Event

On Wednesday, at Temple Sholom (corner of Rte. 42 and Dillon Rd.) 7:00 pm. There will be a showing of the movie “Loving Leah”. After the movie there will be a discussion led by Pam Sussman. This event is open to the public and free of charge. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, please contact Lauren Miller at 845/794-3962 or lauren.miller13@gmail.com.

Monticello, Community Events
Cellini and Teitelbaum to receive David T. Cocks Award for Commitment to Community.

Health care advocate Dr. Hal Teitelbaum and Town of Thompson Supervisor Anthony Cellini are the 2012 recipients of the David T. Cocks Award for Commitment to Community and will be honored at the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan’s Annual Reception on Wednesday,at Anthony’s Pier 9.

Reuse & recycling tips

Find out where to recycle things from worn-out lawn equipment to dry-cell batteries at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 7pm, free. 570/253-7001.

Hawley, Workshop
Upcoming PWSC Meeting

River Edge Restaurant on Route 17B, $24 fee, 5pm. RSVP by Nov1: 845/791-7723 or mjcat12@hotmail.com.

Mongaup Valley, Meeting
Eventdate: November 15, 2012
All terms
Bookworm Club

Grades 2-4 enjoy stories, games, crafts & snacks at the library, Thurs., 2:30-4pm. RSVP: 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Meeting
New "Stageworks" production at Old Stone House

“Stageworks” Starts New Production at Old Stone House of Hasbrouck, 282 Hasbrouck Rd. Autumn rehearsals will be scheduled for a new play to be staged in early January. Starting October 18th, young thespians are invited to meet at 5:30-7 pm every Thursday, training for their theatrical roles. Registration forms are available at www.TheOldStoneHouseOfHasbrouck.org. For more detalis, contact Ms. Eddings at 845/985-0419, or by email request to oshya@peoplepc.com.

Hasbrouck, Meeting