2 Franks’ Café, a free lunch open to the public at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge Street, from noon to 1pm. Come for a meal and fellowship. 845/252-7437.
Lava Volunteer Fire Department annual chicken BBQ, takeout only, 12noon-3pm. $10. 845/252-3375.
Join the River Gallery from 6-8pm to welcome Jay Brooks, the first show of the season. Come meet the artist and share the experience of his perspective in his art along with some light refreshments from Gerard's River Grill. 845/252-3238.
Siting Communication Towers in the Scenic Upper Delaware River Valley free workshop at the Tusten Town Hall, 9am-12 noon. Sponsored by the Upper Delaware Council. All those interested in maintaining the beauty of the river valley while providing telecommunications services should attend. RSVP: 845/252-3022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Carbon Footprint at the Western Sullivan Public Library in Narrowsburg, 6:30pm. Carol Roig and Stephen Stuart from the Sullivan Alliance for Sustainable Development will discuss building science and energy efficiency, home energy audits, and climate smart planning for our homes, businesses and towns. 845-252-3360.
Boost your resume and take charge of your future with Microsoft Office training. This series will be offered by the Western Sullivan Public Library on Saturdays in Narrowsburg from 1-3pm. Starting with Microsoft Word for creating text based documents and flyers and working through Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. 845/252-3360.
2 Franks’ Café, a free lunch open to the public at St. Francis Xavier Church, 151 Bridge St., from noon to 1pm. Come for a meal and fellowship. 845/252-7437.
Free Tai Chi demonstration and lecture with Neil Chernichaw at Breathe Yoga and Bodyworks Studio, 12 noon. www.breathenarrowsburg.com.
Join Nathaniel Whitmore at Breathe Yoga & Bodywork Studio, 25 Main St., for a demonstration of shiatsu and introductory lecture, 12 noon. www.breathenarrowsburg.com.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy for a 2-hour guided hike on the Tusten Mountain Trail and learn about the ecology and history of the area. Remember to wear hiking shoes, comfortable clothes, and to bring water. Registration is required. Visit www.delawarehighlands.org/newsevents to learn more and register.