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First Fridays Contemporary Writers series

November 4, 2011

Open mic 7:30pm, visiting author Elana Bell 8pm, at Tusten-Cochecton Library, free, public welcome. 845/252-3360.

Holiday craft fair

December 10, 2011

St. Francis Xavier Church. Vendors wanted: 570/224-0020.

Fellowship fair

November 12, 2011

Baked goods, Rada cutlery, crafts & white elephant surprises at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-2pm. Lunch avail. 11am-1pm.

Tusten highway candidate charges opponent with wrongdoing

Glenn Swendsen, who is running for the position of highway superintendent in the Town of Tusten, provided several pictures of newly resurfaced driveways in the Flats that he said were done using town materials and manpower in violation of rules.

Highway superintendent George Kinch said he may have gone a “little too far” with the resurfacing of the area where the driveways meet the town roads, but he said, “It’s not as if I was out there buying votes.”  Read more

Civil disobedience: past & present

October 29, 2011

Hear Virginia Kennedy's account of her arrest & questions raised regarding gov't & corporate power & our rights as citizens at Tusten-Cochecton Library, 1-4pm. All invited. 570/729-7068.

What the heck is NaNoWriMo?

October 26, 2011

How many novels can Sullivan County/NEPA produce in a month? Find out at the library, 5:30pm.

Grant workshop for Arts Partners Challenge

October 22, 2011

Artists/educators who seek funding through Arts Partners Challenge invited to Delaware Arts Center, 11am, free. Application deadline: 11/18, 5pm.

Practicing Word workshop

October 24, 2011

Computer course at Tusten-Cochecton Library, 4-6pm, free. RSVP:

Nancy & Spencer Reed Jazz Trio

October 29, 2011

Bass & guitar Tusten Theatre, 8pm, $20. 845/252-7272.

Tusten residents express support for Article 14; zoning update would ban gas drilling

The second of two public hearings on the proposed zoning rewrite for the Town of Tusten brought out more than 80 people with 49 of them stepping up to the microphone to weigh in on the matter. Of that number, about 45 spoke out in opposition to gas drilling, or in favor of retaining Article 14 in the proposed changes, which would prohibit high-impact industrial uses such as gas drilling in the town.  Read more

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