Texas #4 Fire Co., doors open 1:30pm, games 3pm, $25 pre-sale, $30 door. Tear-offs, door prizes, 50-50, fish bowl, $1000 guaranteed jackpot. 570/253-0782.
The county commissioners on the Board of Elections approved a suggestion from Cindy Furman, Director of the Wayne County Department of Elections, to extend the hours of registration for the week of October 1 to October 6 in preparation for the presidential elections on November 6. The 4:30 p.m. closing will be extended to 5:30 p.m. and the office will be open on Saturday, October 6 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Read more
All-you-can-eat at VFW Post 531, 1st Sun./mo., 7am-noon, adults $8, seniors $7, ages 6-12 $5, age 5 & under free. 570/253-5373.
New book club begins in October for ages 9-12 at Wayne County Public Library. RSVP: 570/253-1220.
Share experiences, ideas, situations, solutions & frustrations at Earl J. Simons Senior Center, 1:30-3pm. For someone to "sit" w/ your loved one: 570/253-4262.
Jazz to opera, traditional music theatre to great American song at The Cooperage, 2:30pm, $20 suggested. 570/253-2020.
Contest during Harvest & Heritage Days (10/8) for area restaurant owners, non-profits & private individuals. Enter by 9/7: 570/253-5492, 253-6363 or 253-8994.
Craft vendors, antique dealers, artists, wing & chili taste-off, artisans & specialty food vendors on Main St., Sat. 9am-6pm; Sun. 10am-4pm. Vendors wanted (by 9/14): 570/253-5492.
Works by Charles Maraia on display at Maude Alley through 9/26, Sat. or by appt. 570/642-1404.
Business owner Harry DeVrieze was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Honesdale Borough Council created by the resignation of Nick Slish. He assumed his position at the borough meeting on August 13. Read more