The owners of this property across from the Wayne County Fairgrounds on Route 191 will have a front-row view of the activities associated with expansion of Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s 300 Line Project. Last weekend, right-of-way clearing activities took place just adjacent to the home depicted here.
The line is being expanded to transport natural gas which is being extracted from the Marcellus Shale further west in Pennsylvania.
Come and get your hands dirty in the cool, rich earth and start to grow your own food.
That’s the motto of a group called Transition Honesdale (TH) that has constructed a fenced-in garden of approximately 110’ x 50’ with 25 raised beds at the Ellen Memorial Health Care Center on Golf Hill Road in Honesdale.
The other motto of the group is “building community.” Read more
With Caroline Denaro at Philip Hone Gallery, 10:30am-2:30pm, $10. 570/253-5577.
High school students' community assignment of clay art reflection of a local artist interview in Connections Magazine Artscene Gallery through 6/30. 570/253-5577.
Grace Episcopal Parish Hall, 12:30-6:30pm. 570/253-5492.
Young people, toddlers through young adults travel the globe w/ "One World, Many Stories" at Wayne County Public Library, 6/20-8/9, free. RSVP by 5/23: 570/253-1220.
Live entertainment, round & square dancing, penny social, Chinese auction, games, face painting & more at Indian Head Camp, 12noon, adults $5, under 12 free. Benefits Pediatric Services at Geisinger Medical Center.
Wayne County Historical Society, 4:30-5:30pm, members free, non-members $5. 570/253-3240.
Wayne County Historical Society, 4-5pm, members $7.50, non-members $10, under 12 free. 570/253-3240.
Beginners watercolor class at Wayne County Historical Society, 5/22, 3-4:30pm, $15. RSVP by 5/14: 570/253-3240.