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Honesdale Police had busy week investigating crimes

Napkin dispensers outside The Gravity Ice Cream store on 6th Street in Honesdale were lit on fire sometime between the night of July 4 and early morning of July 5. The dispensers were hanging on the wall outside the store. The fire extinguished itself within the dispensers, without causing damage to the building. The person who lit the fire is not known at this time.  Read more

'Baubles for Books' accessories sale

July 21, 2011
July 22, 2011
July 23, 2011

Support the library & indulge your inner fashionista on the front lawn of Wayne County Public Library during regular hours. 570/253-1220.

Guided tour & artwork display: Jennie Brownscombe

July 30, 2011

Tour sites Brownscombe frequented, 8/5, 4pm, Wayne County Visitors Center, lower parking lot, $10 Historical Society members, $15 non-members. Tour ends at the museum w/ exhibits of Brownscombe's works. RSVP by 7/30: 570/253-3240.

Tightening a home

An environmental group active in this area for the last three years is training four high school students to do free energy assessments of homes in Wayne and Pike counties.  Read more

Northeast Woodcarvers roundup

July 17, 2011
July 18, 2011
July 19, 2011
July 20, 2011
July 21, 2011

Learn to carve or improve skills at Cherry Ridge Campground. 570/448-9017.

Food pantry

July 12, 2011

Behind Tri-County Beverage Bldg., 10am-1pm. 570/253-4262.

CLEAR 4 TEA Party rally

July 9, 2011

Discussion re: economic independence in Central Park, 12noon. clear4teaparty.com.

'It's NOT Your Mama's Muumuu' contest

July 19, 2011

Prizes for prettiest, craziest & most creative muumuu in Central Park, 7/22, 7:30pm. RSVP by 7/19: 570/253-5006.

Scrabble benefit

July 10, 2011

Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 2:30-5:30. Donations benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. 570/224-6206.

WCD selects a real winner,Rebecca Harvey to focus on environment and sustainability

Rebecca Harvey has always been passionate about environmental issues. For example, when the plucky Honesdale High School senior learned about a man who had converted his car to run on vegetable oil, she was inspired to act.  Read more

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