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Rummage sale

April 6, 2013

St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-12noon. Hosted by St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society.

Rummage sale

April 5, 2013

St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-2pm. Hosted by St. Paul's Ladies Aid Society.

Penny social

April 5, 2013

Liberty Fire Dept., doors 4pm, calling 7pm. Prizes, gift certificates, door prize, 50/50 raffle, special prizes and many refreshments are available. Everyone receives a free hot dog and drink with $2 paid admission. Benefits Sullivan County ASPCA. 845/292-4251.

Liberty to consider rolling back zoning

In a rare meeting of three Liberty boards—the town board, the planning board and the zoning board—members are expected to discuss rolling back zoning changes. The zoning review committee spent several years working on the zoning changes that were adopted by the town board in 2011.  Read more

Musical: 'Anything Goes'

March 15, 2013
March 16, 2013

“Anything Goes” a Cole Porter musical presented by Liberty Performing Arts at the David E. Panebaker Auditorium at Liberty High School, 7pm. Tickets: $8 adults, $5 students and senior citizens. Visit www.libertyk12.org or call 845/292-5400 ext. 2055.

Workshop: Herbal Oils and Vinegars

March 7, 2013

Workshop led by Master Gardener Kathleen Grady, sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE), Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center, 5:30-7:30pm. Fee: $25 (covers all materials). 845/292-6180.

Easter Penny Social

March 23, 2013

Penny social to benefit the Liberty P.B.A. at the Liberty Fire House, doors 6pm, calling 7:30pm. 845/557-8715 or 292/4422.

Black History Celebration

March 9, 2013

Liberty Public Library, 1pm. Learn about famous African Americans through stories, songs & poems, for 1st-4th graders. Snacks available. Register: 845/292-6070.

Aglow International Liberty Lighthouse breakfast meeting

March 9, 2013

Aglow International Liberty Lighthouse invites you to their breakfast meeting at Lighthouse Ministries, 9am. Breakfast cost: $4. The speaker will be Diane Caliendo, President of Central New York Aglow Area Board of Aglow International. Theme of meeting will be "New Things." 845/798-8129.

Virtual garden tour

March 12, 2013

Join naturalist Ed Wesely for a virtual tour of the fields and streams that Emily Dickinson knew around Amherst, MA, at Cornell Cooperative Extension, 5:30-7pm. This program is hosted by the Delaware Highlands Conservancy in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension in Sullivan County. Free, registration required. 845/292-6180 or email smd243@cornell.edu.

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