The United Church will hold their annual Holiday Craft Fair at the Roscoe Community Center, 10am-4pm. All handmade items will be available for sale. Family portraits by Jaclyn Day will be available upstairs at the Community Center during the Holiday Craft Fair. 845/807-6214.
Come follow the luminaries through Riverside Park, 6pm. Roscoe Central School band led by Kelly Bullis will perform holiday songs. There will be a bonfire, hot cocoa and cookies. 607/498-5397.
Roscoe's Kiwanis Club annual Christmas tree sale at Roscoe-Rockland Fire Dept. Community Center, 10am-5pm, or until all trees are sold. All trees cost $25. 607/498-6158.
The Roscoe Central School PTA Holiday Dessert “Silent Auction” at the Roscoe/Rockland Community Hall, doors open at 6:30pm, winners will be announced at 7:30pm. Coffee and tea will be served. 607/498-9940.
Roscoe Parent Teacher Association (PTA) annual variety show in the Roscoe Central School auditorium, 7pm. Admission: $5 adults, $4 senior citizens, $3 students, 4 years and under free. There will be baskets raffled off and a 50/50 drawing between the first and second acts. Refreshments will be available during intermission. 607/498-4126.
Dinner at the Roscoe Central School cafeteria sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Roscoe, 5-7pm. There is a suggested donation of $10, and the menu will include roast beef, cole slaw, rolls, gravy, mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, green beans, pie, coffee, tea and milk. Take-outs available. 607/498-5747.
The Roscoe Players present “The Beverly Killbillies,” a murder mystery dinner theatre presentation at Tennanah Lake’s Wolfe 1910, 6pm. $35 per person includes appetizers, entree, dessert and show. 607/498-5363 ext. 306, 607/498-5464.
TroutoberFest, a fall fly-fishing festival, at the Beaverkill Angler. Features a number of fly tyers, presentations, classes, and free food. With over one dozen fly tyers/instructors/presenters from six different states. 607/498-5194.
Roscoe Kiwanis Club is having a tricky tray/basket social Saturday, at the Roscoe Community Center Old Route 17 Roscoe (next to the stop light). The doors open at 5:30pm and calling begins at 6:30pm. Admission is $5 for 15 tickets; another $5 gets you another 20 tickets. All proceeds benefit the youth of our community. 607/498-5747.
A pancake breakfast will be held by community members to benefit a 13-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with stage-two brain cancer, at the Roscoe Firehouse and Community Center, 7am-12 noon. Free will offering; donations are also welcome. 845/423-3005.