Postcards and Poetry: An Historical View of Tusten through Verse will be featured at the annual local history event of Tusten Historical Society at the Tusten Town Hall, 200 Bridge St., 2pm. Regional poets have written poems to accompany postcards from the historical society’s archives. Free. Light refreshments served.
Catskill Regional Medical Center’s Grover M. Hermann Hospital Auxiliary will be celebrating its 45th anniversary at the Grover M. Hermann Hospital campus, 2pm. Public welcomed. Light refreshments served. 845/932-8487.
Greater Barryville Chamber of Commerce presents the 13th Pumpkin Fest behind the Carriage House next to the Delaware River, 10am-5pm. Contests, bake-off, live music, family fun, arts and crafts, food, drinks and more. Contests with awards and prizes for pumpkin carving/decorating, pie eating, costumes, scarecrow decorating and more.
The Greater Honesdale Partnership presents Harvest & Heritage Days on Main Street. Craft vendors and events throughout the day. Hay rides, train trips, pumpkin painting, antique car cruise, soup and chili cook off, pets on parade costume contest, music, food and more. 570/253-5492.
Catskill Mountains Resort presents Haunted Happenings every Friday and Saturday night in October, 6pm-midnight. Haunted house, outdoor Halloween movies, face painting, pumpkin painting and more. Zac's Lounge will be open before and after serving refreshments and food. 845/456-0195.
The 30th annual Fall Foliage Antique Show at Dorflinger Glass Cutting Factory, 10am-5pm. The show and sale features merchandise of the Northeast. There will be guided tours of the renovated Dorflinger office and cutting floor, and the LaTournous Glass Collection will be on display. Requested donation $5.
The 23rd annual Liberty Harvest Festival and Chili Cook-Off, sponsored by the Liberty Museum & Arts Center, at the museum on Main Street, 12 noon. The festival features a vendor-packed sidewalk sale, a craft fair, live music all day, Chili cook-off and applesauce eating competition. 845/292-2394.
Day-long festival all about the amazing honeybees along Main Street, Bridge Street and Erie Avenue. Free exhibits, expert panel discussion, classes, hive demonstrations, live music, vendor market, parade at 3:30 with Wallenpaupack Area School Marching Band. Guinness World Record attempt for most people dressed as bees at 4pm at Narrowsburg Union.
Sullivan County Audubon's Annual Dinner at the Rockland House, 5pm. Superintendent Kristina Heister, of the Upper Delaware National Park Service, is the speaker addressing the stewardship of the National Parks in the 21st Century. Open to public. Reservations required by 10/10. Don't forget to bring a bird related raffle prize.
The second annual Trout Town Oktoberfest at the Roscoe Beer Company brewery, 11am-5pm. A whole day of family fun. The day's activities will include games for kids and families, hay rides, special Oktoberfest beer release, pumpkin painting, local vendors, live music and more. 607/290-5002.