Pros & cons of cloth diapering at 54 Yellow Brick Rd., 6:30-8pm. RSVP: email@example.com or 570/253-5711.
Four sessions centered on step-by-step approach to creating & maintaining a permanent, low-maintenance system of production for food, flowers & trees at Domesticities & The Cutting Garden, Sun., 1-3:30pm, $125, $100 NOFA NY members. RSVP: 845/483-3333 or 482-4164.
Advanced training class to navigate the woods in search of birds, shot selection methods & more at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 4/14, 9am-3pm, free. RSVP by 4/6: http://my.register-ed.com/eventregistration/studentregister/20905?
Help for families, seniors & caregivers to plan ahead if and when long-term care is needed at Cornell Cooperative Ext., 3-5pm. 845/292-6180.
Hands-on lab class reviewing anatomy of the poultry egg at Gerald J. Skoda Ext. Education Center, 4/14, 10am-noon, $15 incl. materials & refreshments. RSVP by 4/11: 845/292-6180.
Review of 400,000 SCC limit for marketing milk & tips to meet the new guidelines at Welsh Cabin, 4/18, 11am-2pm. Open to dairy producers & industry professionals only. Lunch & materials. RSVP by 4/16: 845/292-6180.
How to maintain healthy birds for home consumption at Gerald J. Skoda Ext. Education Center, 4/21, 10am-noon, $15 incl. materials & refreshments. RSVP by 4/16: 845/292-6180.
Save taxes, protect your property for future generations & learn how to play a key role in protecting the natural landscape of Pike & Wayne counties at PP7L Bldg., free. RSVP: 570/226-3164.
"Issues of the 1960s" talk by Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul & Mary through 7/18 at The Museum at Bethel Woods, fee incl. meals. RSVP: BethelWoodsCenter.org or 845/583-2097.
In-depth look at college financial aid opportunities for students/parents beginning a college search process at the library, 1:30-3pm, free. RSVP: 845/772-7586.