The second session will run 6 weeks – Oct. 15th – Nov. 30th excluding the week of Nov. 19th at The Hawley Public Library, 103 Main Ave. Please sign up by stopping in the Hawley Library or call 570/226-4620 (ask for the children’s room), or email email@example.com.
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. PPL Environmental Learning Center. This program is co-sponsored with the Pike County Scenic Rural Character Preservation Program. These programs are free and open to the public, but registration is requested; please call 845/583-1010, 570/226-3164, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space. Visit www.DelawareHighlands.org.
Free refreshments will be available to all those attending from 12 Noon to 3 pm in Bingham Park in Hawley. For more info contact the Hawley Fire Dept. at 570-226-9820 or email@example.com
Woodloch Pines Resort will host its fifth annual "A Night for the Cure.” to help raise awareness and funds in the battle against breast cancer and benefits the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation as part of BK Hope Cures.
To be held in the nightclub at Woodloch Pines from 5 to 8 P.M.
Admission costs $10, and 100% of the proceeds are donated.
For details about participation, call 570/685-8002 or visit www.bkhopecures.org/trickytray.
The Woodloch Springs Country Club in Hawley, PA will tee off the 13th Annual BK Hope Cures Invitational Charity Golf Tournament to raise money for BK Hope Cures' mission to fight against cancer.
For more information as well as details about participation in the event, please visit www.bkhopecures.org
Local expert Nathaniel Whitmore discusses regional mushroom varieties at Mill Market, 12:30-1pm.
First of 5 weekly sessions at Pocono Lake Region Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center, 3-4pm, free. RSVP: 570/296-3400.
Benefits Wayne/Pike Adult Literacy Program at The Inn at Woodloch Pines, 1-5pm, $30. 570/226-8799 or 226-1546.
Join the Audubon Society at Lake Wallenpaupack Preserve. Email firstname.lastname@example.org w/ questions or 570/253-7001.
A man who, according to a police report, “gnawed” on a woman’s head while naked and covered with blood, was released from a Scranton hospital on September 16, and charged with various crimes including assault and indecent exposure. He was being held on $100,000 bail as of the next day. Read more