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Hawley

Jazz & BBQ

August 23, 2013

New Orleans Jazz & BBQ Opening Party for Wally Lake Fest, 5-10 pm, The Settlers Inn. Jazz in the garden, special BBQ menu and craft beers. Sponsored by Jim Beam. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Time Being

August 21, 2013

Jazz on the Deck with Time Being featuring: Chris Bacas, soprano and tenor saxophones; Stefan Bauer, vibraphone; Tony Marino, bass; and Phil Haynes, drums, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Ekat Pereyra

August 17, 2013

Live Music in the Dining Room with Ekat Pereyra, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Nick Niles

August 14, 2013

Jazz on the Deck with Nick Niles, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Live Music with Peter Daniel

August 10, 2013

Live Music in the Dining Room with Peter Daniel, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

The Liberto Trio

August 7, 2013

Jazz on the Deck with The Liberto Trio featuring: Ralph Liberto, Stephen Faubel, Bob Wilson and Steve Kurilla, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Live music with Dan Barber

August 3, 2013

Live music in the dining room with Dan Barber, 6-9 pm, The Settlers Inn. desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Patriot Connectors meeting

August 8, 2013

The Patriot Connectors monthly meeting, with guest speaker David Madeira at the Wallenpaupack High School Library, 7-9pm. 570/226-1460.

Medicinal plant walk

July 27, 2013

Join herbalist Nathaniel Whitmore for a walk around the preserves in search of medicinal plants in bloom, meet at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center's lobby, 10am-12 noon. www.pplpreserves.com.

Hawley assesses storm damage

Borough officials are calculating costs incurred during torrential rain in late June that damaged streets, businesses and residences. The storm dumped about four inches of rain there, overwhelming storm drains and catch basins. A state of emergency was declared, and the council hopes to receive financial assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.  Read more

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