Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 2:30-5:30. Donations benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. 570/224-6206.
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
Five thousand people is a lot of people. It’s also a lot of trash. For the second year, on June 18, Roots and Rhythm (R&R) arranged a system of collecting recyclables in clearly marked cardboard containers spread through Central Park. Read more
Masked marauders on horseback, a sack of loot & a train full of passengers round-trip excursion from Honesdale to Hawley, every Sat. through 9/3, 1pm, adults $24, under 13 $19. RSVP: 866/637-2457.
Presenter: Molly Rogers at Cordaro's Restaurant, 11:30am. 570/253-4262.
Earl J. Simons Senior Center, 10-11:30am. Guest speaker: Dr. Mario Cornacchione. 570/253-4262.
Join in on the red, white & blue parade carrying signs educating people on the dangers of gas drilling. Meet in Central Park, 1pm.
An environmental group very active in this area for the last three years will train four to six high school students to do free energy assessments of homes in Wayne and Pike counties.
Sustainable Energy Education and Development Support (SEEDS) is a group of individuals in Northeastern Pennsylvania committed to developing a renewable energy infrastructure in our community and promoting a more sustainable lifestyle. Read more
Calkins Creamery will be holding an open house in which the public is invited to Meet the Cheesemakers and taste cheese between 4-6pm. Part of the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture's (PASA) state-wide summer Farm Start event.
Now that its efforts to build the new business park are launched in Sterling Township, the Wayne Economic Development Corporation (WEDCO) is now able to focus on another major business advantage: establishing broadband Internet service. Read more