Come enjoy the fun and make sure to stop down at the Delaware Youth Center for Chicken BBQ, hot dogs, and snacks after the parade. Don’t miss getting a collector Tractor Parade T-Shirt before they run out. You’ll find them on sale in town and at the Center.
Auction at radio station WJFF, 11am-1pm preview, 1pm calling begins. Fine antiques, art, decorative items, kitchen wares, gardening equipment, small furnishings in excellent condition, electronics, games and more. 845/482-4141.
Book signing for poet Karen Morris and artist John Tomlinson at the Emerald Ballroom, 4-6pm. Introductory remarks by Daria Dorosh. Morris will read and speak about "Rage." Snacks and cash bar featuring specialty cocktails.
Equinunk United Methodist Church, Lordville Rd., will hold a bake, deli, and rummage sale in the basement of the church, 12noon-3pm. This event will be followed by a rummage sale (only) on Thursday, June 9, from 7-8:30pm, and a bag sale on Saturday, June 11, from 9am-1pm. 570/224-6361.
Penny social at the Long Eddy Firehouse, State Route 97. Doors open 5pm, calling starts 6:30pm. Special table, theme baskets, raffle, door prizes, 50/50. $1 admission includes refreshments. Proceeds benefit the Auxiliary of the Long Eddy Hose Company.
Huge garage sale fundraiser benefiting Rocky's Refuge on Memorial Day Weekend at 185 Lake St., (former Roger's Small Engine building), 9am-4pm. 100% of items sold goes directly to the organization.Rocky's Refuge is a 501 c3 non profit animal rescue organization. 607/498-5445.
Third annual celebration of regional published authors, expanded to include dinner at Settlers Inn Friday, June 17. Keynote speaker Suzanne Fisher Staples. $50 per person. Saturday, June 18 all-day free event at Hawley Silk Mill. Morning workshops 9:30-11:45 for authors and aspiring authors, afternoon meet-and-greet with authors 12-3pm.
8am-12noon, Blooming Grove Fire Hall, 484 Rte 739. Cost: adults $8, children (10 & under) $4, children 3 & under free. Breakfast buffet: orange juice, blueberry or plain pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausages, coffee or tea. Eat in or take out. 570/775-7355.
The Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation Joins More Than 160 Nonprofits for Day of Giving
The Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation will join more than 160 other Hudson Valley nonprofits to participate in Hudson Valley Gives, our region’s first-ever 24-hour, online fundraising event, to be held May 18.
Chicken BBQ at Presbyterian Church, 568 State Rd., 12noon-4pm, or sold out. Cost: $12. Half chicken, salt potatoes, corn on cob, cole slaw, baked beans, roll & butter, cookies, beverage.