Classic rock by Annie Hat & the Vantwistics at Delaware Community Center, 8-11pm, $12, $10 if you wear green. BYOB. 845/887-5839.
Some topics covered: exploring what nonviolent action means; practicing nonviolent discipline in conflict situations; creating effective nonviolent scenarios; understanding your rights; & potential consequences of nonviolent civil disobedience, including the arrest process at Delaware Youth Center, 12:30-5pm, free. RSVP: email@example.com.
Nominated for 10 Oscars at Callicoon Theatre through 3/5, $9, $7 matinees & Mon. $1 benefits DVAA. 845/887-4460.
Tell your story at Café Devine, 3/25, 4pm. Theme: The Nature of Youth. Criteria: True stories written in 1st person only, 850 word limit. Stories due 3/18. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delaware Community Center, 11am-2pm. Special noon event: farm market tour & cooking demo w/ NaturalContents.com. 845/929-6180, ext. 115 or 482-5929.
Two-day seminar to learn to protect yourself at Villa Roma Resort, 2/18 & 19, 10am-4pm, $360 incl. lunch (room extra: 800/533-6767). RSVP by 2/12: 716/491-4723.
Story takes place during filming of "The Prince & the Showgirl" at Callicoon Theater, 7:30pm, $9; Sat. & Sun. matinees 2pm, $7. $1 benefits DVAA. 845/887-4460.
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance CineArt feature for January is “Martha Marcy May Marlene” (R), a movie about a cult that was filmed and edited in Sullivan County in the summer of 2010. Screenings will be held at the Callicoon Theater, 30 Upper Main Street, from Friday, January 6 through Tuesday, January 10. Screenings are at 7:30 daily with additional 2 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Read more
"Martha Marcy May Marlene" written/directed by Sean Durkin, edited by Zac Stuart-Pontier, starring Elizabeth Olsen & John Hawked at Callicoon Theater, 7:30 daily; matinees 2pm Sat. & Sun, adults $9, children $6, $& Mon. & matinees. Q&A w/ Stuart-Pontier follows Sat. eve. screening. 845/887-4460.
Lecture by Brenda Seldin on remedies to have on hand in emergency medical situations at Café Devine, 5:30pm, free. 845/588-2023.