Meeting of the Wayne County Genealogy Group in the multi-purpose room of the Wayne County Historical Society, 810 Main St., 4:30pm. The meeting will highlight “Back to Basics,” a topic of particular interest to beginning family history researchers. Both newcomers to genealogy and experienced researchers are welcome. 570/253-3240.
The Sheep and Goat Association (SAGA) of Wayne County presents a goat and sheep forum at the Grace Church Parish Hall, 827 Church St., 6-7:30pm. Guest speaker Dr. Ronald Feindt, veterinarian. Open to all. Suggested donation of $5 per family for supplied learning family materials. RSVP 917/445-5274.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor an Easter candy sale featuring Chocolates by Leopold in the hospital’s main lobby, 7am-4pm. Proceeds will benefit the hospital.
DIY: Chat ‘n do: Plant Your Seeds at The Cooperage, 6-8pm. Suggested donation: $5 to $10. 570/253-2020.
Experience the Art of Collage at Missing Pieces Studio, 959 Main St., 10am-Noon. How do you balance shape and color? How do you use adhesives? What adhesives are best? How do you smoothly decoupage? These questions and more will be answered. $25 supplies included. Pre-registration is required as space is limited: 570/224-7511.
The First Presbyterian Church of Honesdale will present a reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ called "Torn" at The Vineyard Center, 761 Terrace St., for three nights, 7pm. This is a portrayal of the events preceding and including the death of Christ through a shadow performance, special effects and music. Free admission. 570/253-5451.
Temari Workshop, at Two Rivers, Court ST. Zendo, 926 Court St., 1-5:30pm with Myoki Nehemiah. Registration: $25 [TRZC Members: $20]. http://tworiverszen.org/retreats-workshops.
Harvest America event at Honesdale High School Auditorium, 6pm. Free admission, food, prizes, live music. Live stream of the larger Harvest America event at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, TX.
The Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau will host a farm safety day at the Park Street Complex, 10am-2pm. Farmers, firefighters, rescue personnel, and machinery dealers are all invited to attend. Lunch will be provided by the Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau. Call 570/226–1644 or 729–8499 by March 12 to reserve a meal.
Free monthly discussion group sharing family history research techniques, problems and solutions in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Wayne County Historical Society, 810 Main St., 4:30pm. Not confined to Wayne County research; beginners and experts welcome.