Benefit dinner for Richard Dix at the American Legion Hall, 4-7:30pm. Donations accepted. Eat in or take out.
A global company called Qualfon is considering the Village of Hancock as the site for a new call center. Qualfon serves the “business process outsourcing” for various businesses and also provides “interactive voice response” services. According to the company’s website (www.qualfon.com) Qualfon has facilities in the Philippines, Guyana, Mexico, Costa Rica, the United States and China. Read more
Square dance at My Shady Lady (the former old movie theater), 7-11pm.
Bouchoux Trail hike. Join National Park Rangers for a guided hike of the Bouchoux Trail. Meet at the Bouchoux Trail Head, Lordville, NY at 10:30am. Free. 570/685-4871.
"Spoon River Anthology" performed by The Little Victory Players at the new Hancock Hall, 1pm. All tickets $10. Portray both the humor and seriousness of small town life and secrets the residents have taken to their grave. 607/363-2819.
"Spoon River Anthology" performed by The Little Victory Players at the new Hancock Hall, 7pm. All tickets $10. Portray both the humor and seriousness of small town life and secrets the residents have taken to their grave. 607/363-2819.
Poetry reading centered around prints at Alma Yoga, 6-8pm. Prints by Sheila Goloborotko, poets curated by Lori Anderson Moseman, readings by Belle Gironda, Laura E.J. Moran, Lori Anderson Moseman, Debora Poe, Katie Yates & Lisa Wujnovich. Free. 607/637-4444.
The Millennium Pipeline Company is seeking to build a $40 million compressor station on Hungry Hill Road, in the Town of Hancock. The facility will allow the company to move a much higher amount of gas through the pipeline to new customers. Read more
Casting lessons, stream monitor workshop, tube fly demo, presentations & gear sale at West Branch Angler & Resort. 607/467-5525.
Celebration of outdoor scenes along Rt. 30 in Delaware County on display at The Bakery through July, Thurs.-Mon. Benefits Catskill Valley Scenic Byway Initiative. 607/326-7073.