The Woodland Weavers and Spinners final meeting of the year at the Town Hall in Damascus, social hour at 10am followed by a business meeting at 11am. Bring a lunch and a batch of cookies to sample and exchange to take home. Beverages available. Bring finished projects for show and tell after lunch.
Pulled pork dinner at the Damascus Community Center, 60 Conklin Hill Rd., 5-7pm. Take outs available. Cost: $8, children under 6 free. All proceeds go to Community Center projects.
Penny social at the Damascus Community Center, Conklin Hill Rd., doors open 5:30pm, drawing at 7pm. Hot dogs, drinks, coffee and tea available. Benefits the Conklin Hill Union Church maintenance fund.
The Damascus Township Historical Society invites all to the final program of their 2014 speaker series at 7pm. Alice LaBar Scott, a Damascus resident, will present the program "Genealogy Brickwall" sharing her knowledge of and life experience in researching family genealogy and history. 570/224-4535.
The Damascus Township Historical Society presents Hedy Kunstman, an accomplished flutist and Damascus resident, speaking on "Colonial Music: Doodles and Weasels", sharing her insights into the contribution of music to our early settlers. Damascus Township Community Center, 60 Conklin Hill Rd.
Scrap metal collection to benefit the Damascus Food Pantry at the Damascus Township building parking lot, 12 noon-4pm. Collecting all scrap metal with no liquid in it. 570/224-5061.
Scarp metal collection to benefit the Damascus Food Pantry at the Damascus Township building parking lot, 8:30am-3pm. Collecting all scrap metal with no liquid in it. 570/224-5061.
Square Dance at the Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Road, 7-10:30pm. $8/person at the door, admission includes refreshments. Benefits: Unity Grange Hall. Music by Just Us. Beginners welcome, instruction during the dance.
Damascus Township Historical Society 2014 speaker series, 7pm. Ann O'Hara will present a program "Rafting on the Delaware," sharing her insights of the men and industry that contributed to the development of our township and the towns and cities further downstream.
DAMASCUS TOWNSHIP, PA — The couple who owned and operated the Callicoon Flea Market for 35 years perished in an explosion that ripped apart their riverside home on River Road on the evening of June 15. The home was located in Damascus Township, just across the river from the hamlet of Callicoon, NY. Read more