Lumberland Senior Citizens trip to Mohegan Sun Pocono Downs. $30, includes $25 free slot play and $5 food coupon. 845/856-1464 or email email@example.com.
Breakfast to celebrate Father's Day at the Glen Spey Town Hall, 8am-12 noon. Eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, juice and coffee. Adults $7, kids under 12 $3.
Pond Eddy United Methodist Church pot roast dinner at the Lumberland Town Hall, 1054 Proctor Rd., 4-7pm. Adults $12, children under 10 $6. Tickets available at the door. 845/856-6004.
Learn from people who have already gone solar at Homestead School, 428 Hollow Rd., 9-11am. Tour a roof-mounted and a ground-mounted installation. Informational workshop with Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development and representatives from solar installation companies. Literature will be available. 845/856-6359.
Boy Scout Troop 102 breakfast buffet and silent auction at Lumberland Senior Center, 7-11am. Includes scrambled eggs,Western omelet, bacon, sausage, home fries, pancakes, juice, coffee, tea & fruit salad. $8 adults, $5 children & senior citizens.
Ukrainian Easter Bazaar, featuring Ukrainian food at Lumberland Town Hall, 1054 Proctor Road, 12noon-6pm. Pierogies, stuffed cabbage, kielbasa, sauerkraut and home baked goods. Easter egg exhibit. Flea market and vendors. Everyone welcome.
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Ukrainian Christmas bazaar at Lumberland Town Hall, 12 noon-6pm. Pierogies, stuffed cabbage, kielbasa and sauerkraut, home-baked goodies, Christmas crafts and vendors. 845/856-1650 or 845/856-2546.
Lumberland Senior Citizen bus trip to Atlantic City. 2 days/1 night. Bus departs from Monticello and Port Jervis. Includes 1 night at the Tropicana Casino Hotel, $15 in slot play, food voucher for 1 free breakfast buffet, baggage handling and hotel taxes. Call Gladys at 854/386-8837.
Addressing a complaint almost as old as the county, Lumberland Supervisor Nadia Rajsz said she is looking for public input in proposing upgraded services for what is traditionally referred to as “the western end of the county,” generally that includes the southern and westerly towns bordering the Delaware River. Read more