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Week of June 27 2013

Eventdate: June 27, 2013
All terms
Art of Collage workshop

Painting with Scissors-The Art of Collage workshop at the Wayne County Arts Alliance, 10am-12 noon. Instructor: Hana Gorman. Cost: members $85/week, non-members $95/week.

Honesdale, Workshop
Jeffersonville Farmers’ Market opens

The Jeffersonville Farmers’ Market opens for the season and runs through August 29, 3-6pm. The market has moved to the St. George Church Parking Lot, 97 School House Hill Rd. Visit www.sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org or call 866/270-2015.

Food, Jeffersonville
Live Music with John Curtin

Live Music with John Curtin at Glass—wine.bar.kitchen., 6-9pm. info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Hawley, Music
The Pharm

The Wayne County Creative Arts Council presents The Pharm in Central Park, 7:30pm. Food is available. Rain location Grace Episcopal Parrish hall. Bring chair or blanket. Free.

Honesdale, Music
Eventdate: June 28, 2013
All terms
'The Miracle Worker'

A production of "The Miracle Worker" at the Rivoli Theatre, 8pm. General admission is $18 for adults, $14 for seniors, students (with valid ID) and military/veterans. Tickets will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each performance or can be purchased online at www.ShowTix4U.com. 845/436-5336, www.SCDW.net.

South Fallsburg, Theatre
Art of Collage workshop

Painting with Scissors-The Art of Collage workshop at the Wayne County Arts Alliance, 10am-12 noon. Instructor: Hana Gorman. Cost: members $85/week, non-members $95/week.

Honesdale, Workshop
Bubba's BBQ buffet

Bubba's BBQ hosts an all-you-can-eat buffet to benefit the Smallwood-Mongaup Valley Fire Department 911/Firemans Memorial Park, 6-9pm. $20 at the door, $10 for children under 10. Drink specials. 845/583-4333.

Food, White Lake
Job Search computer class

Free computer class at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library from 5-7pm; registration required. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Community Events
Karen Collins and The Backroads Band

Contemporary country artist Karen Collins and The Backroads Band are coming to Honesdale as part of the “Concerts in the Coop” series at The Cooperage, 7:30pm. Donations collected at the door. BYOB. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Music
Liberty Free Theatre "A Slight Ache"

The Liberty Free Theatre presents a reading of Harold Pinter's "A Slight Ache" at the Liberty Museum and Arts Center, 7pm. Featured performers are Paul Austin and Karen Young. Reservations are recommended. The audience is invited to gather after the performance for food and drink. Suggested donation: $25. 845/798-1527 or email libertyfree1@verizon.net.

Liberty, Theatre
Live Music Friday with The Lighten Up Duo

Live Music Friday with The Lighten Up Duo featuring Rose and Randy Light at Glass—wine.bar.kitchen., 8-11pm. info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337. A rotating line-up of live music in our lounge.

Hawley, Music
Macro Flower Photography Weekend at PEEC

Join Kathy Peoples, professional photographer & educator, and learn how to pinpoint focus, blur the background, saturate colors, use Photoshop, and more at the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC). Relax in the Poconos while learning from an amazing teacher. Includes lodging and meals. Cost: $250, $200 commuter, day rates available. Call to register: 570/828-2319.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Roast at Mr. Willy's

Bill Sipos, owner of Mr. Willy’s Restaurant, will be the subject of a ‘roast’ held at his dining establishment, 6pm. Mr. Willy will be the recipient of Recovery Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Proceeds for the Roast will benefit two Recovery Center summer camp programs. Seating at the event is $65 per person, with discounts available for tables of ten. 845/794-8080, ext. 110.

Monticello, Community Events
Rummage sale

The Damascus Manor United Methodist Women will hold a rummage sale at the United Methodist Church, 9am-2pm. Lunch available. 570/224-4217.

Damascus, Community Events
Smallwood Fire Department fundrasier

All you can eat buffet at Bubba's BBQ to benefit the SMVFD 911/Fireman's Memorial Park, 6-9pm. Cost: $20 per person, children under the age of 10 are $10. 845/796-8068.

White Lake, Community Events
Eventdate: June 29, 2013
All terms
'Bug Music' book reading

The Catskill Art Society will present a book reading and musical performance of selections from “Bug Music,” the new book and CD from musician and professor David Rothenberg, at the CAS Arts Center, 4-6pm. Visit www.catskillartsociety.org or call 845/436-4227.

Livingston Manor, Readings
'The Miracle Worker'

A production of "The Miracle Worker" at the Rivoli Theatre, 8pm. General admission is $18 for adults, $14 for seniors, students (with valid ID) and military/veterans. Tickets will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each performance or can be purchased online at www.ShowTix4U.com. 845/436-5336, www.SCDW.net.

South Fallsburg, Theatre
Antiques in Long Ago Historical Pastimes

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.

Equinunk, Lectures/discussions
Basic Boating Safety Course

PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 9am-4pm. Presenter: Bob Plumb, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. Fee: $10. 570/253-7001.

Hawley, Outdoors
Big Eddy Farmstand opening day

Big Eddy Farmstand opening day at 240 Bridge Street, 10am-2pm. The Farmstand will run every Saturday from 10am to 2pm until Labor Day. Specialty heirloom vegetables for sale raised by local youth, local honey, jam and syrup along with regional hand crafted and artisanal items such as Brooklyn Roasting Company coffee, Bellocq teas, Rick’s Picks, Mast Brothers chocolate and more. 845/252-3518.

Food, Narrowsburg
Birds of Prey at Lacawac Sanctuary

Join Bill Streeter, director of the Delaware Valley Raptor Center, for Close Encounters With Birds of Prey, to see and learn about these and other birds of prey at Lacawac Sanctuary, 7pm. You’ll see six live raptors and spend an hour gaining a greater knowledge and appreciation of the raptors of the northeast. Fee: $5 (members $3). Call 570/689-9494 or visit www.lacawac.org.

Lake Ariel, Outdoors
Chris Ayers at the Silk Mill

Folk-pop award winning songwriter Chris Ayers at the Hawley Silk Mill, 7:30pm. 570/588-8077, www.silkmillharmony.com.

Hawley, Music
Farmstock tour at Apple Pond

Farmstock 2013 at Apple Pond Farm, 12 noon-3pm. Tour includes "All about chickens and goats," a 2pm milking and cheese making demonstration, learn about sun and wind power and tour the garden. Cost: $6/adults, $4/children. Series tickets available. 845/482-4764.

Callicoon Center, Outdoors
Jack Hardy Night Song

The Friends of Maris Hearn present the seventh annual
Maris Hearn Life Celebration Concert at the Delaware Youth Center, open mic at 5:30pm, concert at 8pm. Suggested donation: $10. Benefits Catskill Citizens for Safe Energy, Catskill Mountainkeeper and Damascus Citizens for Sustainability.

Callicoon, Music
Janet Burgan at the Cat

Local/NYC-based singer-songwriter Janet Burgan performs her blend of folk, country and Americana music at the Dancing Cat Saloon, 7pm. Visit www.dancingcatsaloon.com.

Bethel, Music
Liberty Free Theatre "A Slight Ache"

The Liberty Free Theatre presents a reading of Harold Pinter's "A Slight Ache" at the Liberty Museum and Arts Center, 7pm. Featured performers are Paul Austin and Karen Young. Reservations are recommended. The audience is invited to gather after the performance for food and drink. Suggested donation: $25. 845/798-1527 or email libertyfree1@verizon.net.

Liberty, Theatre
Live music with Steve Woodman

Live Music in the Dining Room with Steve Woodman at The Settlers Inn, 6-9pm. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Hawley, Music
Macro Flower Photography Weekend at PEEC

Join Kathy Peoples, professional photographer & educator, and learn how to pinpoint focus, blur the background, saturate colors, use Photoshop, and more at the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC). Relax in the Poconos while learning from an amazing teacher. Includes lodging and meals. Cost: $250, $200 commuter, day rates available. Call to register: 570/828-2319.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Neversink Valley Museum bluegrass concert

The Neversink Valley Museum presents an evening of Americana and Bluegrass music featuring Kevin and Sue Egge, with guest musician Pete Carr at the D&H Canal Visitor’s Center, 7:30pm. Cost: $7 general admission, $5 for museum members. Visit www.neversinkmuseum.org or call 845/754-8870.

Cuddebackville, Music
New exhibit at Domesticities

New exhibit of paintings by Dr. Russell Asnes at Domesticities. Benefits Doctors without Borders. On display until July 15. Visit www.thecuttinggarden.org, 845/482-3333.

Art, Youngsville
Phillipsport Community Center yard/bake/book sale

Annual yard/book/bake sale at the Phillipsport Community Center, 9am-3pm. Antiques, collectibles, tools, kitchen items, homemade baked goods, books/DVDs/CDs, plants, etc. Funds raised benefit the community center's roof fund. 845/647-5524.

Phillipsport, Community Events
Pro Series: Small Mammals

Join Dr. Howard Whidden for an-depth look at the mice, moles, voles and shrews of our area at the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), 4-9pm. Includes evening study of bats and their echolocation calls. Call to register: 570/828-2319.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Richard Parkinson at Bakers Tap Room

Richard Parkinson - Guitar & Vocal / Originals & Covers, 7pm.

Barryville, Music
Rummage sale

The Damascus Manor United Methodist Women will hold a rummage sale at the United Methodist Church, 9am-2pm. Lunch available. 570/224-4217.

Damascus, Community Events
Upper Delaware BioBlitz

Biologists and volunteers will gather to collect and identify as many living things as possible at the host property owned by the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, 9am-3pm. Bring the family to view the specimens, talk to the experts and enjoy a tour, all at no charge. 570/224-0580.

Starlight, Outdoors
Eventdate: June 30, 2013
All terms
'The Miracle Worker'

A production of "The Miracle Worker" at the Rivoli Theatre, 2pm. General admission is $18 for adults, $14 for seniors, students (with valid ID) and military/veterans. Tickets will be available at the box office one hour prior to curtain for each performance or can be purchased online at www.ShowTix4U.com. 845/436-5336, www.SCDW.net.

South Fallsburg, Theatre
Blues, Brews & BBQ

Blues, Brews & BBQ on the deck at Glass—wine.bar.kitchen., 6-9pm. Music by STaT featuring Steve Woodman and Tommy Prall. Ongoing every Sunday through Labor Day, a rotating line-up of live music & a featured local craft beer. $28 includes selections from the grill with sides of summer picnic staples. Reservations recommended. info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Food, Hawley
Discover Hudson Valley Ride

Bike New York will bring its annual Discover Hudson Valley Ride back to the Hudson Valley region for its fourth year. The ride starts and finishes at Waryas Park. Times: 7:30am – Forgotten Bridge 3 County Tour (100 miles); 7:45am – Forgotten Bridge 2 County Tour (75 miles); 8:45am – Walkway 50 (50 miles); 9:30am – Walkway 33 (33 miles); 9:30am – Hudson Valley Rail Trail Loop (15 miles). Registration: $65. Visit www.bikenewyork.org/ride/discover-hudson-valley-ride.

Poughkeepsie, Outdoors
Finding your artistic symbol

Finding your artistic symbol: For the Sheer Joy of Color and Design taught by Liz Luisada at the Hanson Gallery, 1-3pm. Learn how to create a mandala. Class fee: $35. 570/253-2525.

Art, Honesdale
Handwriting at Bethel School

Bethel School Summer Open Houses will resume from 1-4pm, with a special presentation at 2pm by master penman, Thomas M. Wasylyk. He will demonstrate the art and technique of beautiful penmanship and explain its importance in learning. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Email dotk@ptd.net.

Honesdale, Community Events
Lecture on contemporary art

Tom Bosket presents "100 Years of Innovation in Contemporary Art" at the Zane Grey Museum, 2-4pm. This hour long lecture will take you on a roller coaster ride through the driving forces behind the iconographic images of today's contemporary art world. The discussion that follows will address: how we can relate those choices to ourselves and our making.

Lackawaxen, Lectures/discussions
Macro Flower Photography Weekend at PEEC

Join Kathy Peoples, professional photographer & educator, and learn how to pinpoint focus, blur the background, saturate colors, use Photoshop, and more at the Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC). Relax in the Poconos while learning from an amazing teacher. Includes lodging and meals. Cost: $250, $200 commuter, day rates available. Call to register: 570/828-2319.

Dingmans Ferry, Workshop
Milanville Poets at The Sanctuary of Oils

"The Wisdom of Mother Nature,The Follies of Mankind" a performance by the Milanville Poets Unlimited, Sheila Dugan, Mort Malkin and Tracey Ranze, at The Sanctuary of Oils, 1:30-3:30pm. A lively afternoon of poetry, conversation & music with the percussive sounds of singing bowl, rain stick, seed rattle, conch shell, ship's bell, and propane tank xylophone. Free event. 570/468-7350 or email mayasblends@gmail.com.

Honesdale, Readings
Musical at Harmony Presents

"Violet - A Musical in Concert" performed by the young talent of French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts Camp at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, 7:30pm. Tickets: $15 advance, $20 at the door. BYOB. Visit www.silkmillharmony.com.

Hawley, Theatre
Painters and their intentions presentation

Thomas Colbert presents "Painters and their intentions" at The Wayne County Historical Society as part of "Sunday at the Museum," 2pm. Free. 570/253-3240, www.WayneHistoryPA.org.

Honesdale, Lectures/discussions
Tom Colbert to speak at WCHS

Tom Colbert is the featured speaker at the Wayne County Historical Society's newest series "Sundays at the Museum" and will lead a discussion of painters and their intentions using the current display of Howard Becker artwork at the museum as his classroom, 2pm. Reduced admission. 570/253-3240, or www.WayneHistoryPA.org.

Honesdale, Lectures/discussions
Eventdate: July 1, 2013
All terms
Hickory Rose

The Wayne County Creative Arts Council presents Hickory Rose in Central Park, 7:30pm. Food is available. Rain location Grace Episcopal Parrish hall. Bring chair or blanket. Free.

Honesdale, Music
Mah Jongg

Mah Jongg games continue at the Manchester Community Library every Monday from 1pm4pm. If you do not know the game we will teach you. All are welcome, experienced players and beginners. No charge to play. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Community Events
Eventdate: July 2, 2013
All terms
Cash Bingo

Cash Bingo at the Texas #4 Fire Company on Grove St., doors open at 5:30pm, Bingo starts at 6:30pm. Refreshments, tear-offs, fireball game, progressive jackpot, 50/50 and more. 570/253-0782.

Honesdale, Community Events
Conservancy hosts public education event on pipeline proliferation

The Lackawaxen River Conservancy hosts a public education meeting at the community room of the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 6:30pm. The meeting is to raise awareness of the network of more than a dozen natural gas pipelines and compressor stations that are either planned or already under construction in the Delaware River basin, including in Wayne and Pike counties. Guest speaker Faith Zerbe, of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, will lead the meeting which is open to the public. 570/228-1952.

Honesdale, Meeting
Geocaching for Kids

Geocaching for Kids, 6-8 pm, Morgan Outdoors. 845/439-5507.

Livingston Manor, Workshop
Eventdate: July 3, 2013
All terms
Children's story time

Story time at the Liberty Public Library will begin immediately following Liberty Elementary School am preschool, 10:40am. Fun crafts and great stories. 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Community Events
Cooperage Farmers' Market

Wednesday Cooperage Farmers' Market, at The Cooperage. The mid-week summer market will begin May 22nd and run every Wednesday from 4-7pm through October 30th. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.

Food, Honesdale
Independence Day Celebration

The Wayne County Creative Arts Council presents Independence Day Celebration in Central Park, 7:30pm. Food is available. Rain location Grace Episcopal Parrish hall. Bring chair or blanket. Free.

Honesdale, Community Events
Jazz on the Deck with Gypsy Jazz Quintet

Jazz on the Deck with Gypsy Jazz Quintet, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993. A rotating line-up of live jazz every Wednesday.

Hawley, Music
John Conway 'Working At Play: Entertainment at Sullivan County Resorts'

John Conway, Sullivan County Historian, will be kicking off the E.B. Crawford Public Library Summer Lecture Series this year with his program "Working At Play: Entertainment at Sullivan County Resorts," 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.

Monticello, Lectures/discussions
Eventdate: July 4, 2013
All terms
July 4th week bag sale at thrift shop

The Margaretville Hospital Thrift Shop is holding a Fourth of July Week Bag Sale from July 1-6. Stock up on your shopping for just $5 per bag. 845/586-3737.

Margaretville, Community Events
July Fourth celebration at Fort Delaware

General George Washington and his Aide d’Camp deliver the Declaration of Independence to the assembled, 12 noon. Sullivan County (NY) Historian John Conway discusses the Declaration of Independence in the Upper Delaware River Valley, 1:30pm. Fort Delaware Museum staff and volunteers participate in Narrowsburg’s annual Firemen’s parade, 3pm. 845/252-6660.

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Liberty Festival

Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce presents Liberty Festival on Main St., 10:30am-4pm. Many events and fun for the whole family. 845/292-9797.

Liberty, Community Events
Lumberland parade

Town of Lumberland 4th of July parade, 12 noon. Parade route from the Lumberland Firehouse to the Town Hall. Followed by Family Fun Day at Circle Park. Food, games, activities. Free admission. 845/856-8600.

Glen Spey, Community Events