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'Festival of the Arts'

May 21, 2011
May 22, 2011

Entertainment (Fred Miller Pavilion), car cruise, craft vendors, parade, quilt show & more on Main St., Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 10am-4pm. Vendors wanted. 570/253-1926 or 253-5492.

'Gallery Talks'

April 7, 2011

A look at Jeanne Esposito, Honesdale's celebrated & collected artist w/ talk by Petros Voutsanesis "Feminine Power & the Arts" at Philip Hone Gallery, 7pm.

WCAA Sunday night cinema

April 10, 2011
April 17, 2011
April 24, 2011
May 8, 2011
May 15, 2011
May 22, 2011

Films of reality & illusion, preceded by short intro & followed by discussion. 5/8: "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind;" 5/15: "The Wooden Man's Bride;" 5/22: "The Ruling Class" at Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 7pm, $5 suggested. No film 5/1. 570/253-6850.

Chicken BBQ

April 10, 2011

Texas $3 Fire Co., 12noon-3pm. Take-out drive-up only, $9. 570/253-0782.

Cash bingo

April 12, 2011 - September 27, 2011

Texas #4 Fire Co., Tues., doors open 5:30pm, games 6:30pm. 570/253-0782.

CLEAR 4 TEA Party rally

April 15, 2011

Bring your flag, tea, family & friends to exercise free speech & right to peaceably assemble in Central Park, 12noon.

Compassionate Friends meeting

April 20, 2011
May 18, 2011

Offering friendship & understanding to bereaved parents. 4/20: "Journey to the New Normal," 5/18: "Grief & Anger" at Wayne Memorial Hospital, 7pm.

Yoga café closing awakens community

About 40 devotees of the Himalayan Institute Café on Main Street gathered on January 15 to discuss what the community can do to replace or to continue this center that the institute is closing by month’s end.

A lot of the discussion initially centered on the importance of the institute’s café and three-story building to the economic health of the Honesdale business community.  Read more

Himalayan Yoga Café to close

News of the closing of the Himalayan Institute’s Yoga Café on Main Street sent shocks reverberating through the local community well beyond Honesdale.

Bonnie Robinson’s reaction was typical of many others who frequented the café over the eight years of it history. “This is the hub of my joy. What am I going to do? Where will I go? I am a teacher and run a retreat center and purchase many things related to my business here.”  Read more

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