Adult fellowship potluck luncheon at the Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 12noon. Everyone welcome. Bring a covered dish and enjoy fellowship and food. The speaker is award-winning author and journalist, Jan Goodwin. Her topic: The Isis You Thought You Knew. Jan lived and worked in the Islamic world. 570/224-6484.
The 4th annual Harvest Festival/Farmer Appreciation Day at Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Rd., 11am-4pm. Entertainment, games, food and vendors. Fun for the whole family. Blessing of the animals at 12noon. Animals must be crated or on a leash. Leana and JR Stanton perform 1-2:30pm. Hosted by Damascus United Methodist Charge PEARL Center.
Friends of Milford Pack 71 host spaghetti dinner at First Presbyterian Church, 4-7pm. Cost: $7/adult and $5/child. Spaghetti, meatballs, salad, bread and drink. To-go dinners are also available. 973/903-2832.
The women of the Equinunk United Methodist Church will hold their annual Fall Bake, Deli, and Rummage Sale in the basement of the church, 12noon-3pm. The sale will continue on Thursday, October 6 from 7-8:30pm, and will finish with a bag sale on Saturday, October 8, from 9am-1pm. 570/224-6361.
Anniversary Tea and Tour celebrate Lacawac Sanctuary’s 50th anniversary in the hundred-year-old Watres Lodge, 2-4pm. Tea and refreshments. Space is limited; reservations required. Cost: $15 per person. Make reservations: call 570/689-9494 or email email@example.com.
Central Volunteer Fire Department spaghetti dinner, 5-8pm. Age 12 years and up $10, 11 years and under $5.
Craft show hosted by the Honesale High School Marching Band in the Honesale High School and Middle School gyms, 10am-3pm. Over 80 local vendors showing ceramics, jewelry, wood crafts, soaps, holiday gifts, baked goods and more. Basket raffles and door prizes. Lunch served by the Hornet Cafe.
Sullivan County Farm Network presents Farmstock 2016 at Hilly Acres Farm, 32 Wahl Rd., 11am-3pm. Working farm tours. Free pumpkins for all children. Tours of animal barns, farm machinery demos, butter churning demo, 4-H students showing rabbits and more. Adults $8, children $6, family $20. Children under three free. 845/807-9063.
Youngsville Firecrackers, a Cornell Cooperative Extension community group, hold a craft fair at the Youngsville Firehouse, 10am-3:30pm. Over 20 vendors. Area crafters, quilts, homemade chocolates, wood crafts, jewelry, knitting and much more. Lunch: chili, walking tacos, hot dogs and other refreshments.
Penny social at the Youngsville Firehouse, doors open at 6pm, calling at 7pm. Donation $1. Prizes, raffles, 50-50 drawing. Refreshments: hot dogs, desserts, beverages. Benefits St. Francis Church of Youngsville.