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Bethany

'Christmas in the Village'

December 1, 2012

“Christmas in the Village,” 2 to 4pm, various B&Bs & other locations.

A Town-wide Small Biz Holiday Party

December 7, 2012

The Mansion at Noble Lane- $45/person, $40/person for group of six or more, 6pm. RSVP 866/466-3855

Mansion at Noble Lane opens; grandeur of a former age with contemporary touches

Anyone who was familiar with the old mansion outside of Bethany in former years and who came to the formal opening last weekend was likely astonished by the makeover accomplished by its new owner, Monique Greenwood and her husband Glenn Pogue.  Read more

NE PA Maple Producers Assoc. meeting

January 28, 2012

Educational meeting for anyone interested in making syrup at Methodist Church, 10am, $9 incl. lunch. RSVP: 570/253-5970, ext. 4110.

Living nativity

December 3, 2011

Journey through Bethlehem at the Presbyterian Church, 4:30-6:30pm, free. 570/253-5492.

Open house

December 3, 2011

Carol sing w/ Honesdale High School Choir, refreshments, & holiday fun at James Manning House Bed & Breakfast, 3-5pm, free. 570/253-5492.

Historic church tour

December 3, 2011

Learn how to make a Christmas tree decoration at United Methodist Church, 2-4pm, free. 570/253-5492.

Children's Christmas party

December 3, 2011

Make your own holiday wreath or take a tour at Bethany Library, 2-4pm, free. Wreaths avail. for purchase. 570/253-5492.

'Christmas in the Village'

December 3, 2011

Old-fashioned Christmas incl. Historical Society display, children's Christmas party (library), wreath sale, open houses (James Manning House, E. Kellogg House & Mansion at Noble Lane), carol sing, art display, & horse-drawn hayrides, 2-5pm. Living Nativity story at Presbyterian Church, 4:30-6:30.

Mansion to be restored to former grandeur; wellness center for private and public users

After years of neglect and nearly 20 years with no occupant, the grand old mansion on Noble Road built by Mrs. Hortense Miller, a renowned Wayne County benefactor, will be renovated and opened as a wellness center and bed and breakfast.  Read more

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