Honesdale High School presents the musical Little Shop of Horrors in the high school auditorium, 2pm. Adults $5, students and senior citizens $3, children under 3 free.
Honesdale High School presents the musical Little Shop of Horrors in the high school auditorium, 7pm. Adults $5, students and senior citizens $3, children under 3 free.
In a bid to reverse the agreement with CVS over the traffic patterns at the intersection of Main and Fourth Streets, council member Bob Jennings moved to reject the agreement.
That agreement was dated December 19 and was signed by council president F.J. Monaghan and Michael W. Buckless, vice president of Pennsylvania CVS Pharmacy.
The agreement said that “within 14 days” CVS must submit to the borough revised traffic plans for the intersection. As of January 11, 23 days had passed since the agreement was signed. Read more
NEPA Beekeeper's Assocation free seminar at the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 10:30am-1pm. 570/727-2544 or email email@example.com.
Free face painting, tooth tips, surprises to make you smile and a visit from the tooth fairy, 12-2pm. 570/253-1220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second of 4 sessions of an Intermediate Vegetable Gardening Course, Penn State Extension in Wayne County, 6-8pm. The topic is Principles of Organic Gardening. Cost: $20 for all 4 classes or $7 per class. Children under 18 are free. Call the Penn State Extension Office in Wayne County at 570/253-5970 ext. 4110 to register.
First of 4 sessions of an Intermediate Vegetable Gardening Course, 6–8pm, Penn State Extension in Wayne County. The topic is seed catalogs and good varieties for Wayne County. Cost: $20 for all 4 classes or $7 per class. Children under 18 are free. 570/253-5970 ext. 4110 to register.
“An Evening with Jeff Raught” at The Cooperage, doors at 7pm, show at 7:30pm. Donations collected at the door. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
The first Greater Honesdale Partnership monthly business owners’ and employees get-together of 2013 will be held at Fins and Feathers, 7:30am. All local area business owners and their employees are invited and encouraged to attend. 570/253-5492.
Things are going so well for Fins and Feathers Pet Supplies at 222 Willow Avenue that it is nearly doubling its space by 1,200 sq. ft to a maximum of 3,200 sq. ft.
It has taken over the space next door that was occupied by R3 Hardware, which has moved to larger space on Honesdale’s Main Street formerly occupied by the state liquor store.
“This industry is one of the top 10 businesses in the country,” said owner Brian Batten, 36, a life-long Wayne County resident.
“Even when business is bad, people want to keep their pets,” he said. Read more