The Artists’ Market Community Center offers the class “How To Be Happy.” Instructor Nicholas A. Roes. Eight-week course held on Tuesday nights, 6:30-7:30pm, from Feb. 2 to March 22. Cost: $45. Register online at http://artistsmarketcc.com/HowToBeHappyClass.html, by phone at 845/557-8713.
Are you a farmer or landowner in Sullivan County who received an informational packet from Cypress Creek Renewable Energy? Attend this educational session at Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County Education Center, 11am-1pm. Free, lunch provided. Registration required. 845/292-6180.
The Business Group meets the First Wednesday of the month at the
Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10:30am-12:30pm. Meet with like-minded professionals, share ideas, explore social media, design marketing materials, learn new technologies and more.
Port Jervis resident Andres R. Bodon will do an author visit and book signing at the Port Jervis Free Library, 138 Pike St., 1-3pm. Boden published his first book, an 80-page Christian fiction novella, entitled “Nephilim: The Last Son of God.”
Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship program at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Tom Lisenbee will close out the year by reading and then leading a discussion on selected passages from Ralph Waldo Emerson’s essay entitled “Spiritual Laws.”
A three-part educational series to be held from 10-11:30am on February 5, 12 and 19 at Action Toward Independence, 309 E. Broadway. Caregivers of middle-stage Alzheimer's patients can get helpful strategies to provide safe, effective and comfortable care. Contact the Alzheimer's Association for details. 800/272-3900.
Program to be held from 11am to 12 noon at Action Toward Independence, 309 E. Broadway. An interactive workshop to learn about 10 signs of Alzheimer's disease. For more information or to register, call 1-800-272-3900. www.alz.org/hudsonvalley.
Carol Rocklin will read Reza Aslan’s "Bless This Mess," a Christmas tale that could be set at the table of a Unitarian Universalist family. Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am.
Diane Galusha, author of "Liquid Assets: A History of New York City’s Water System" will give an illustrated talk on her newly-updated book at the Time and the Valleys Museum, 2pm.
Second fall meeting in Room B113 at the Sullivan County Community College, 6pm. Pizza, salad and drinks provided. Make plans for the Christmas Count and elect officers and directors for next year. Program will be “Buddies for Bats,” a report by Truth Muller of his research on bats.