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Deep listening

October 9, 2011

UDUUF sermon exploring deep listening at Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Refreshments & social time follows. 845/252-6626.

Meditation class

December 13, 2011

Learn to overcome painful states of mind & experience joy w/ Buddhist teacher Larry Zampino at The Emerson House (Hotel Fauchere), 7-8:30pm, $10, seniors/students $5. 845/856-9000.

Videoconferencing: Cemetery series

October 18, 2011

Virtual tour of selected cemeteries in Jefferson County, NY to discuss symbolism & history at Port Jervis Free Library, 5:30pm. Cider & donuts follow. RSVP: 845/772-7586.

Videoconferencing: Cemetery series

October 11, 2011

Basics of stone cleaning & repair at Port Jervis Free Library, 5:30pm. Cider & donuts follow. RSVP: 845/772-7586.

Videoconferencing: Cemetery series

October 4, 2011

Brief history of the rural cemetery movement & symbolism of grave markers at Port Jervis Free Library, 5:30pm. Cider & donuts follow. RSVP: 845/772-7586.

Tricky tray

October 8, 2011

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, doors open 4:30pm, calling 6:30pm, $5 incl. 1 sheet. 845/733-1477.

Elvis festival

October 21, 2011 - October 23, 2011

Celebrate Elvis' life & music at Fernwood Resort featuring 20 tribute artists, Vegas-style production of "From Burbank to Vegas" (Sat., 7-9:30pm), collectibles sale, gospel music contest & after hours parties, $65+, Sat. only show $45+. 518/681-7452.

Poker run

October 15, 2011

Take a 95-mi. ride to benefit rescued animals at Pets Alive. Registration 10:30am at O'Toole's Harley Davidson, $25/bike, $10/passenger. After party w/ food, cash bar, live music & entertainment. petsalive.org.

Halloween parade

October 30, 2011

Line up 2pm in parking lot corner of St. John St. & Broadway. Parade 3pm. Prizes awarded for best costumes & floats. 845/794-6130, ext. 306.

Harvest & Heritage Days

October 9, 2011

Vendors, shopping, creative scarecrows, hay rides (fee), railroad exhibits, farmers' market & more on Main St., 10am-4pm, free. 570/253-5492.

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