Albert G. "Ab" Rutherford presents "James Wilson, Founding Father" as part of the Plain Speaking Series at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5-6pm. Free. 570/253-3240.
Linda Dix Lee and Mimi Steffen present "Rural Schools of Preston
Township" as part of the Plain Speaking Series at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5-6pm. Free. 570/253-3240.
Pike County Historian George Fluhr presents "The Shohola Train
Wreck" as part of the Plain Speaking Series at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5-6pm. 570/253-3240.
Christian Gospel Music by Ron Brewer, nationally requested and soloist of the year, will be at the Cold Spring-Rileyville Presbyterian Church at 2pm for a performance. A love offering will be collected and refreshments will be served after the performance. Visit ronbrewerministries.com for more information.
9th annual penny social and bake sale at the Cold Spring-Rileyville Presbyterian Church, doors open at noon, calling starts at 1pm. Many prizes from businesses in the area, tickets from a penny to a dollar, lunch items available and many goodies at the bake sale.
Marc Berger & The Posse present "Ride" at the Cooperage, presented by RiverFolk Concerts, 8pm. Suggested donation: $18 reserved, $20 at the door. Reservations 845/252-6783. Light fare available from Willow River Café, BYOB. More info at www.riverfolkconcerts.vpweb.com.
Bethel School Summer Open Houses will resume from 1-4pm, with a special presentation at 2pm by master penman, Thomas M. Wasylyk. He will demonstrate the art and technique of beautiful penmanship and explain its importance in learning. Light refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the park is “to attract happy, friendly dogs and happy, friendly dog owners, and we evaluate every dog that comes to the park, and if that dog has a poor disposition, we don’t want that dog, we don’t want that person.” Read more
“The Wayne County Commissioners request that the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) abandon any proposed plans to regulate natural gas drilling beyond the already established functions that focus on water quantity and water quality data collection and analysis.” Read more
Two issues predominated at the June 10 Honesdale Borough Council meeting: swimming pools and fire safety. The former promised welcome relief from summer heat; the latter promised heated debate. In president F.J. Monaghan’s absence, vice president James Brennan chaired the meeting. All other councilpersons were present. Read more