Cochecton Preservation Society hosts 10th annual Coffee, Tea and History at Cochecton Train Station, 8537 Rt. 97, 1pm. “Founding Families of Cochecton.” Guest speakers are Alice Scott, Anne Pierce, Debbie Bennedum, Edna Calkin and Ron Nearing. Free admission and refreshments. 845/932-8210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Town of Lumberland Cultural Series presents a program titled "The Music of the Oscar Peterson/Joe Pass Quartet" at Lumberland Town Hall, 1054 Proctor Rd., 3pm. Tickets at the door: adults $10, children $5 (12 and under). 845/856-6372.
Fall Square Dance Time at the Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Rd., 7-10pm. Admission taken at the door. Bake sale and refreshments. Music by Old Time Fiddlers, calling by Jim Rutledge. Fun for the whole family. No experience necessary. Benefits Unity Grange.
Play Scrabble at Wayne County Visitors Center, 303 Commercial St., 2pm. Donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. For more information, call Pearl at 272/777-4000.
Fish Fry Dinner at American Legion Post 1266, 92 Pine St., 4:30-6:30pm. Military-style chow line prepared and served by veterans, including Gulf War Veterans. All proceeds support local "food banks" and programs for veterans throughout Sullivan County. $12. By reservation. 845/888-4958.
Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Highway, (Rte. 191), will hold a book sale, 9am-12noon. Thousands of volumes available, both hard cover and paperbacks, priced from 20 to 50 cents, (on book sale day only.) 570/224-8500.
All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast at American Legion Post 1266, 92 Pine St., 8-11am. Military-style breakfast chow line prepared and served by veterans including Gulf War veterans. Motorcyclists welcome. Sullivan County Legion Riders will greet you. All proceeds support programs for veterans throughout Sullivan County. $7 at the door. 845/888-4958.
The 26th annual VonSteuben Germanfest at the firemen's field, 12 noon-6pm. Held rain or shine. Entertainment by Schuplatter Folk Dancers and The Frankfurters.
Lackawaxen EMS Family Bingo at Masthope Mountain Community, 196 Karl Hope Blvd., 7:30pm. Open to the public.
The 31st annual Giant Pumpkin Party at the Fairgrounds, 9am-5pm. A benefit for the Daniel Pierce Library, this old-time country fair and autumn festival has always been focused on the children and their love for reading books. It’s a family day with something for everyone. Food, crafts, games and prizes. Admission is free.