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Honesdale budget up for public view

The Honesdale Borough Council has made the 2012 budget available for public inspection until February 7. The copy of the tentative budget is available for viewing at the borough building at 958 Main Street. The budget must be adopted by February 13.  Read more

What to do when the flu gets you

February 15, 2012

Explore holistic approaches to preventing & treating the common flu at Honesdale Wellness Center, 6:30pm, free (donations appreciated). Public welcome. 570/253-3469.

Beekeeping seminar

February 11, 2012

Intro to beekeeping at Wayne County Visitor's Center, 11am-3pm, free. Public welcome, refreshments. RSVP: 570/497-6402.

Gas drilling awareness walk

February 4, 2012

Educate the community on the dangers of gas drilling & fracking. Meet at Central Park (north side), 1pm.

Knitting workshop

February 8, 2012

Learn knitting basics at 14th St., 6:30-8pm. Transition Honesdale/SkillShare event. 570/253-8475.

Equine environmental stewardship

April 5, 2012

Horse owners learn new info that benefits horses, farms & environment at Penn State Ext. office through 4/26 (4 sessions), 7-9:30pm, $45. RSVP: WayneExt@psu.edu or 570/253-5970.

Aspiring farmers course

March 1, 2012

Four sessions at Penn State Ext. office through 3/22, 6:15-9:15pm, $120. RSVP by 2/10: WayneExt@psu.edu or 570/253-5970, ext. 4110.

Professional Women of Sullivan County meeting

February 15, 2012

CRMC board room, networking 6pm, dinner 6:30pm ($22). Speaker: Camille Johnston. 845/693-4917.

Pisano to fill borough vacancy; Honesdale council defends budget

At their second meeting of the year, the Borough of Honesdale Council appointed Juanita Pisano to replace former council member Lee Garing who resigned, and selected Ed Langendoerfer, a former council member, as mayor of Honesdale.  Read more

eXtreme spelling bee fundraiser

February 25, 2012

"On Track for Literacy" competition for spellers from 6th grade to adult at Western Wayne Middle School. Raffles, refreshments, prizes & model train exhibit. Benefits literacy programs. 570/253-3221.

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