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'Techniques of the Old Masters'

April 21, 2012

Learn methods of creating a painting that the great masters of art have used for centuries at Wayne County Arts Alliance, 10am-5pm, members $70, non-members $80, +$15 material fee. RSVP: 570/390-4420.

'In Good Taste'

April 27, 2012

Wine & food tasting at the Wayne County Public Library. RSVP: 570/253-1220.

Honesdale hires temporary zoning officer

The Honesdale Borough Council has hired a temporary replacement for Wayne Earley, who was fired on March 12. The replacement is Robert Bates of Honesdale.  Read more

E-books come to Wayne libraries

An enormous bank of book titles are now available as e-books at any of the Wayne County public libraries. Library patrons can now “borrow” the e-book for two weeks, after which the book disappears from your reader, although you can renew it for another two weeks.  Read more

More on manure; WCD tackles rumors and education

In an attempt to dispel rumors and reduce concerns, the Wayne Conservation District (WCD) is renewing efforts to provide education and assistance related to the recently released Manure Management Manual in Pennsylvania with two new workshops scheduled for May 3.  Read more

Building & repairing stone walls

April 24, 2012

Emphasis on repairing & restoring stone walls at Fox Hill Farm, 5-7:30pm, $5, under age 18 free. 570/253-5970, ext. 4110.

'Stress in the Workplace' seminar

April 17, 2012

Learn to recognize & deal w/ stress at an informative health seminar at Visitor's Center, 4/19, 7-9pm, free. RSVP by 4/17: 570/253-5492.

Chicken BBQ

April 15, 2012

Drive-through service at Texas #4 Fire Co., noon-2pm, $9. 570/253-0782 or 253-5467.

Emancipation TEA Party

April 16, 2012

Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln in Central Park (across from the court house, corner of 9th & Court St.), noon. clear4teaparty.com.

Wayne election bureau prepares for photo voter ID;‘It’s a solution in search of a problem’

Since Governor Tom Corbett signed into law HB 934, also known as the Photo Voter ID Bill, on March 14, county election coordinators, including Cindy Furman of the Wayne County bureau, are busy getting ready.  Read more

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