Yulan Fire Department's 43rd annual corned beef and cabbage dinner at the Yulan Firehouse, 5-8pm. Adults $12, children under the age of 12 $6. Tickets can be purchased through members or at the door. Free refreshments.
First Wednesday: Tastes of Wayne County at The Trackside Grill, 734 Main St. The Trackside Grill will generously donate a portion of its profits on February 5th to the Wayne County Historical Society. www.tracksidegrill.net. 570/253-3240.
Neversink Valley Museum’s Valentine’s Day Chocolate Dessert Social, noon-4pm. 3 desserts and 1 beverage for $7. Takeout available. There will also be a Kids Corner that features inexpensive gifts for children to purchase. A selection of reasonably priced gift items for all are also for sale. 845/754-8870.
Sponsored by the Monticello Kiwanis Club. Held at the Monticello Elks Lodge, 46 North St., 5-7pm. 8 oz cod fish, fries and coleslaw prepared by Tastefully British. Homemade desserts and beverage also served. Cost is $l3/person. Eat in or take out. Tickets sold at door. 845/794-7050.
Father Gus’ great chili dinner sponsored by the Knights of Columbus John Paul II Council #13935 at St. Joseph’s Church, 307 Avenue F, 6-8pm. Dinner includes salad, hot or mild chili, drinks and dessert. $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under. Tickets sold at St. Joseph’s and St. Patrick’s after all masses, or call 570/491-4495.
Woodbourne Fire Department annual pancake breakfast at the Woodbourne firehouse, 7am-12 noon. Adults $7, children 12 and under $4, children 5 and under free. Takeouts available. 845/434-6763 or 845/796-8820.
Pancake breakfast at VFW Post #161 to benefit VFW Ladies Aux #161/Sons of American Legion #685, 8am-12 noon. Cost: $8.
CALLICOON, NY — Callicoon Indoor Farmers’ Market at the Delaware Youth Center, 8 Creamery Rd., 11am-2pm. Rain, shine, or snow.
River Edge Restaurant, 951 State Rte. 17B, offers special New Year's Eve menu, 4-10pm ($35 per person), followed by DJ dance party, 10pm-3am; breakfast starts 1am; brunch on New Year’s Day, 9am-9pm ($25 per person, includes two drinks).
The Cooperage Farmers’ Market. Find produce, dairy, meats, breads, baked goods, soaps, teas and more. Enjoy a freshly cooked brunch/lunch meal from The Market Café. Located at 1020 Main St. Call 570/253-2020 for information, or visit www.thecooperageproject.org.