Walking every Monday at the Delaware Youth Center, 10am. Presented by The Delaware Young at Heart organization. 845/887-5901.
Board/card games every Wednesday at the Delaware Youth Center, 12:30pm. Presented by The Delaware Young at Heart organization. While they are presently playing/learning Mahjong you are invited to bring any board or card game you desire. 845/887-5901.
Blood drive at the Youngsville Firehouse community hall, 2-7pm. Sponsored by the Firemen and the Ladies Auxiliary. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org.
Aesthetic Family Dentistry will host its first annual Community BBQ, rain or shine, at 155 E. Main St., 1-4pm. The free event is open to the public, and proceeds will benefit the Canine Division of the Port Jervis Police Department. 845/856-5049.
Catskill Mountainkeeper presents Taste of the Catskills festival at Maple Shade Farm in Delhi, NY. Variety of food from hundreds of local farmers, artisanal food producers, restaurants, craft beer and wine produced in our region, games and other activities for kids, local crafts and live music.
The 143rd New York Volunteers return to the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 12noon-3pm. The Civil War reenactors will portray camp life in costume, and exhibit a Civil War encampment with tents, equipment and weapons.
Lackawaxen EMS Family Bingo at Masthope Mountain Community Lodge, 196 Karl Hope Blvd., 7pm.
The Equinunk United Methodist Church will hold its Fall Rummage, Bake and Deli Sale in the church basement, 12noon-3pm. The sale continues on 10/8, 7-8:30pm. Bag Sale 10/10, 9am-1pm.
The 30th annual Giant Pumpkin Party & Children’s Parade at the Fairgrounds in Grahamsville, 9am-5pm. Admission and parking are free. It’s a family day with a costume parade, pony rides, giant pumpkin contest, haunted house, petting zoo, live country music, hay rides & maze, a Better Book Sale, baking contest, food and amusements.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and learn to become an Eagle Watch volunteer. You'll help monitor eagles in the Upper Delaware River region and assist in educating the public on "Eagle Etiquette" and how to have a great eagle watching experience. Advance registration is required. 570/226-3164.