Barbara Leo will present a program entitled “Why God is a Moral Issue” at the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. A series of articles that appeared in the philosophical forum “The Stone,” which runs in The New York Times, inspired this program. www.uduuf.org.
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance's Salon Series continues with “Re-membering the Goddess” talk and slideshow on Goddess imagery in art at Krause Recital Hall, 37 Main St, 2nd floor, 2pm. Cost: $10. Limited seating, reservations encouraged. 845/252-7576.
Free monthly discussion group sharing family history research techniques, problems and solutions in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Wayne County Historical Society, 810 Main St., 4:30pm. Not confined to Wayne County research; beginners and experts welcome.
Business Group at the Delaware Free Branch of Western Sullivan Public Library, 10:30am–12:30pm. Marcus Guiliano from Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville will discuss his marketing and social media approach. The Business Group meets on the first Wednesday of the month. Share ideas, create your own designs, learn new technologies, and more.
Creative Conversations at the Artists' Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Ave., 2-3pm. The topic will be Art and God with moderator Glenn Pontier. The public is invited to attend and complimentary refreshments are provided. http://artistsmarketcc.com/FREEEVENTS.html.
The Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will host a program at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Thomas Lisenbee, Sharon Paige and Thomas Shutkin will present a program about the recent phenomenon of microloans.
The Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship program at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Kim Emmet, who works with Community Vocational Services (CVS), will present a program focusing on the work of this organization, dedicated to improving the lives of those with disabilities.
Basha Kill Area Association hosts talk on Cerro Blanco Protected Forest in Ecuador by Foundation Director Eric Horstman. 7PM. Community Church of Wurtsboro Fellowship Hall, 113 Pine Street. Rare dry tropical forest has jaguars,33 bat species,howler monkeys,Great Green Macaw, more. Free. Refreshments. Weather permitting. thebashakill.org
The Public Computer Center (The Hub) at the Port Jervis Free Library hosts the Book and Brew Review book club at El Patron restaurant, 6:30pm. The book this month is "22 Brittania Road" by Amanda Hodgkinson. Reservations required. 845/856-7313.
SUNY Sullivan, in partnership with The Center for Discovery, present The History of Sullivan County at the Hurleyville Maker’s Lab, 202 Main St., on Wednesdays from 6-9:40pm. Fifteen-week course taught by Sullivan County historian and SUNY Sullivan adjunct instructor John Conway. Visit sunysullivan.edu, 845/434-5750, ext. 4287.