Participants will define guidelines for building relationships with parents, and review some of the parenting styles seen by childcare providers. Participants will develop strategies for dealing with sensitive issues, working with language barriers or cultural differences. 6:30-8:30pm at 648 Park St. Contact 570-253-5970 x4110 or WayneExt@psu.edu. $5 pre-registration required.
St. John the Evangelist Choir (directed by John Propeack & accompanied by Theresa Gumble) presents its annual Christmas Concert with a twist. The entire program is made up holiday compositions by John Rutter. From the festive to the heart warming, the music will put you in the Christmas spirit. 3-4:30pm. 150 Terrace Street in Honesdale.
Residents of the Honesdale area outdid themselves and sent a giant truck full of emergency supplies to the victims of Hurricane Sandy in Staten Island. Read more
Brian Merritt, 34, of Honesdale was arrested for allegedly pointing a gun at a woman he had been living with. Read more
Honesdale, the historic town that is the birthplace of the nation’s railroad system and the beginning point of the Delaware and Hudson Canal, will host several events on November 23 and 24 in preparation for the upcoming holiday celebrations. Read more
Cinema 6, Route 6 Mall - 8:15pm. $5 donation/person is suggested. www.waynecountyartsalliance.org 570/390-4420.
Top Notch parking area on Fourth Street, 5pm. 570/253-5492, fax 570/253-5491. email@example.com (subj PARADE)
Honesdale, PA - 7-10pm, donation greatly appreciated. www.thecooperageproject.org, 570/253-2020.
Honesdale, PA - 7-10pm. Donation greatly appreciated. www.thecooperageproject.org, 570/253-2020.
On November 6th 2012, the Honesdale Borough Police arrested Blaise Melofchik, 30 from Scranton. Melofchik was wanted by Pike County for a parole violation. Borough Police Officer’s had received information on Melofchik’s whereabouts and found him at a Willow Ave residence. He was taken into custody and transported to the Wayne County Correctional Facility while he awaits transport back to Pike County?