"The Three Sisters," a play by Anton Chekhov, will be discussed at the next meeting of the great books discussion group at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. Copies of the play are available at the library. New members are always welcome.
An evening with the National Park Service, journey through America's national parks at the Narrowsburg Branch library, 7pm. Join Park Ranger Kuhn in a guided discussion that will examine the history, mission and culture of various parks.
The Wayne County Historical Society's "Sundays at the Museums" programs continue with "Canal Adventures Story Time for Kids" with
Tracy Schwarz, 2pm. Free. 570/253-3240.
Speaker Albert G. Rutherford will speak on "John C. Delaney: From Ireland to a Congressional Medal of Honor" at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5pm. 570/253-3240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week's speakers in the Wayne County Historical Society's "Plain Speaking" series are Ann O'Hara and Gloria McCullough (the "History Ladies") who will speak on "From Pink to Steene," the story of how some Wayne County communities got their names, 5pm.
570/253-3240 or email email@example.com.
Verb Konviser will be at the Liberty Public Library discussing the Vegetarian Hotel, 6:30pm. He will also have a vegetarian cookbook available for sale based on the recipes his mother used in the hotel. 845/292-6070.
The speaker for the "Sundays at the Museum" program at the Wayne
County Historical Society is Dorothy Kieff, and the topic will be "History of Catholic Churches in Honesdale during the D&H Canal Era," 2pm. 570/253-3240.
The Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation will hold a lecture by Museum Historian Stephen Skye at the D & H Canal Park Visitor’s Center, 7:30pm. Suggested donation: $5 for non-members. Refreshments will be provided. 845/754-8870.
Barry Lewis will speak at the E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. Lewis, an editor and columnist at the Times Herald Record and former waiter and pool manager in the Catskills, will discuss the history of the resorts and give a multimedia presentation on the newspaper's project to make sure the golden age of the Borscht Belt is not forgotten. 845/794-4660.
Maria O'Donovan, historical archaeologist from Binghamton University, will speak about the Public Archaeology Facility's research in the Parksville, NY area at the E. B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. 845/794-4660.