Art and poetry performance by Clyde Washington at Day's Inn, Sullivan Street. Event includes full buffet meal. Powerful paintings enhanced by coordinated poems. Doors open at 12noon, performance at 3pm. Admission, including buffet, $20.
Professional Women Of Sullivan County meeting at the Liberty Diner, 6pm. $12 per person, soup, salad and choice of 1/2 sandwich.
Guest speaker Lisa Calora will speak on creative writing. RSVP by Sept. 15. Email email@example.com or call 845/292-7915.
Sullivan County Retired Teachers' Association meeting at Lazy Pond Bed and Breakfast, 10:15am. At 11am Martin Hersh will speak on Elder Law. Luncheon at 12 noon, cost $20. Reservations required. 845/434-6854, 845/794-7869 or 845/439-4706.
The next meeting of the Sullivan County Workforce Development Board will take place at Sullivan County BOCES, Rubin Pollack Center, Career & Tech Dining Room, 8-9am.
On Sunday 08/24/14 the Village of Liberty Police Department arrested three men in connection with drug possession. At approximately 6:00 a.m. officers observed three men in the hallway of an apartment building on South Main Street in the middle of a drug transaction. Read more
Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group at Achieve Rehab & Nursing Facility, 6-7:30pm. Guest speaker will be Alzheimer’s Association Care Consultant Donna Davies who will discuss various topics of concerns for caregivers. Open to the public. 845/292-4200 ext. 3225.
Supermarket Bingo at The Masonic Lodge, 20 Eagle Drive. Doors open at 5:30pm, calling starts at 6:30pm. Sponsor: Revonah-Lincoln-Kiamesha Chapter #443, Order of the Eastern Star. Admission: $5. Door prizes, raffles, refreshments.
Penny social at the Liberty Fire Department, 256 Sprague Ave. Door opens 4pm, calling 7pm. Prizes, door prize, 50/50 raffle, special prizes and refreshments are available. Everyone receives a free hot dog and drink with $2 paid admission. Benefits Sullivan County SPCA. 845/292-4251.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy, Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC), and naturalist Ed Wesely for a Monarch Butterfly Program at the CCESC office. This event is free and open to the public but registration is required. 845/583-1010.
Civil War encampment and battle reenactment will be held at Walnut Mountain Park, 9am-5pm. View the daily routines of the Civil War soldier, watch full-scale battles. Food and drink available. Bring lawn chairs. Adults $10, kids 5 and under free. 570/224-7650.