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September 25, 2016
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Honesdale

Open House Shabbat BBQ

September 9, 2016

Congregation Beth Israel in Honesdale is having an Open House Shabbat BBQ, 6pm. They welcome all members as well as those who may be considering joining the historic congregation. Beth Israel is a Reform Jewish congregation that has served the Wayne/Pike communities since 1849. RSVP bethisraelhonesdale@gmail.com, or 570/253-2222.

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570/253-2222

9-11 Anniversary Observation

September 11, 2016

Grace Episcopal Church will observe the 15th anniversary of the tragedies of that day and its aftermath. Services at the church will offer prayers, scripture and hymns in remembrance of all those in these continuing days. 570/253-2687.

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570/253-2687

SEEDS annual General Membership Meeting

September 20, 2016

SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support) annual General Membership Meeting at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., 7pm. All SEEDS members are encouraged to come, but the general public is welcome to learn more. Special guest speakers are invited. For full details visit www.seedsgroup.net.

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jocelyn@seedsgroup.net
Contact Phone #: 
570/245-1256

Green Bus Tour

October 2, 2016

SEEDS (Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support) is sponsoring a Green Bus Tour from 8:30am-3:45pm for $25. Visit exciting renewable energy systems and sustainable community projects in the area. The cost includes a farm fresh lunch. Visit www.seedsgroup.net for full details and to make your reservation.

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info@seedsgroup.net
Contact Phone #: 
570/245-1256

Herd the Curd 5K Run/Walk

September 3, 2016

Calkins Creamery holds the fourth annual Herd the Curd 5K Run/Walk and 10K at Highland Farm, 288 Calkins Rd. The 10K at 8:30am, 5K at 9am. Registration opens at 7:30am. All proceeds benefit the Michael J. Bryant Memorial Fund. Registration fee: $30 for the 5K and $35 for the 10K, $10 children under 13. Register, calkinscreamery.com.

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calkinscreamery.com

Wayne County Genealogy Group meeting

August 25, 2016

The Wayne County Genealogy Group will meet in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Wayne County Historical Society, 4:30 pm. This month, new and old members are encouraged to bring an object or picture relating to an ancestor to share with the group. New members, whether experienced researchers or newcomers, are welcome.

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Wayne County Historical Society

Justice for Pete's Sake

August 21, 2016

Justice for Pete's Sake at the Wayne County Courthouse, 12noon-2pm. Event for Honesdale resident Peter Mesko to bring awareness to a corrupt legal system and prosecutorial misconduct. Guest speaker is a victim of wrongful criminal accusations. Hosted by Nadege Hoeper. Rain location at Grace Episcopal Church. Email justiceforpetessake@gmail.com.

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justiceforpetessake@gmail.com

Studio Tour

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Wayne County Arts Alliance Artists' Studio Tour, 10am-6pm. The tour features 18 artists showing in 13 studio locations around Wayne County plus tour headquarters at the Dorflinger Factory Museum in White Mills. Brochures are available at many area businesses and visitors centers and you can find out more online at waynecountyartsalliance.org.

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waynecountyartsalliance.org

Play Scrabble

August 21, 2016

Play Scrabble at the Wayne County Visitors Center, 303 Commercial St., 2-5pm. Donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. For more information, call Pearl at 272/777-4000.

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272/777-4000

'The Stourbridge Lion, Part One'

August 19, 2016

Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series presents “The Stourbridge Lion, Part One” presented by Pike County Historian George Fluhr, 5pm. Fluhr is an avid researcher and the author of many books about local history. He has been a leader of the Shohola Railroad & Historical Society for many years. 570/253-3240.

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570/253-3240
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