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Honesdale

Pink Party in the Park marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pink was the color of Honesdale on October 15.
Pink balloons adorned both sides of the Main Street bridge and on most of the parking meters along Main and Church Street. People were wearing pink caps, pink T-shirts and pink coats. Some even had pink shoes.  Read more

What did we learn from the two hurricanes?

Last Tuesday, October 4, Transition Honesdale called a meeting of local residents, and asked what was learned from the two hurricanes. One thing learned by the group gathered in the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Community Room was that hardly any of the cell towers in the area had generators and went dead with the loss of power.  Read more

Musicians' forum

October 15, 2011

Opportunity to network w/ musicians & library staff members at Wayne County Public Library, 1pm. Refreshments. mmusic16@yahoo.com.

Saturday morning for kids

October 22, 2011

Featuring film "Fly Away Home," special guest actor Holter Graham & children's events at Cinema 6, doors open 9am, movie 10am, $3 children, $7 adults. 570/390-4420.

Business card exchange

October 18, 2011

Refreshments, demonstrations, free hand paraffin treatments, doors prizes & more at Apple Day Spa, 5:30-7:30pm. RSVP: 5770/253-1960, 689-4199 or 226-3191.

Zentangle fundraiser

October 19, 2011

Mini class incl. brief history, learning 4 tangles & more at Wayne County YMCA, 11-11:45am, $15. Fee can be used toward Zentangle Day one-day workshop at WCAA on 11/19. RSVP: 570/253-2083.

American Cancer Society benefit

October 22, 2011

"Party on the Patio" official grand opening of The Riverview Restaurant's patio at Rusty's, 12noon until ? Live music, food/drink avail. Inclement weather location: Rusty Palmer showroom. 570/253-8800.

Kevin Campion performs

October 7, 2011

The Riverview Restaurant at Rusty's, 6-9pm. 570/253-8800.

Jail 'n' bail

October 15, 2011

County-wide candidates "go to jail" for 1 hour to raise $100 bail for Wayne County Historical Society at Old Stone Jail. Witnesses invited. 570/253-5468.

Harvest & Heritage Days

October 9, 2011

Vendors, shopping, creative scarecrows, hay rides (fee), railroad exhibits, farmers' market & more on Main St., 10am-4pm, free. 570/253-5492.

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