The 15th annual 5k run/walk benefiting the Smallwood-Mongaup Valley Fire Dept. Walkers 8:30am, runners 9am. Call Matt Burns 845/807-8209 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, online registration at: https://raceroster.com/events/2016/9304/smvfd-fighting-fires-5k.
Giant penny social benefiting the Civic Association of Smallwood, 302 Pine Grove Rd. Doors open 6pm, calling 7pm. Prizes, raffles, 50/50.
Dessert Extravaganza fundraiser on Sunday, February 21 at Friends Restaurant, 1-3pm. To benefit the Bethel Literacy Center and Past Perfect Bookstore. Donation $15 per person, $25 per couple. RSVP by Friday, February 12. 845/794-0017.
The 14th annual 5k run/walk benefiting the Smallwood-Mongaup Valley Fire Dept. Walkers 8:30am, runners 9am. Cost: $20 pre-registration by June 28, $25 day of race. Online registration at: raceroster.com/events/2015/5752/fighting-fires-5k. Call 845/807-8209 or email email@example.com.
Jamie Fico, who is six months pregnant, received an alarming surprise on the afternoon of April 16. She said, “The neighbor down the road came knocking on the door screaming. She doesn’t speak English very well. I came out to find out what’s going on and she tells me, 'The dog bites in the woods.' So now, I’m hearing about a dog bite, I’m pregnant, so I put my daughter in the car and I drive down there,” a short distance away from her Smallwood home. Read more
Smallwood Civic Association celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Mountain Lake purchase. Join them from noon to evening at their Lake Hill Lodge, 302 Pine Grove Rd. Food, music, games. 845/583-8439.
13th annual 5k run/walk around Smallwood Lake benefiting Smallwood-Mongaup Valley Fire Dept. Walkers 8:30am, runners 9am. $18 pre-register before 6/27, $20 day of race. Register online at getmeregistered.com. Awards and after party. Certified course.
Dessert Extravaganza to benefit the Bethel Literacy Center and Past Perfect Book Store at Friends Restaurant, 1-3pm. $15 per person or $25 for 2 people. RSVP: 845/794-0017.
The 200 acres were once the center of a battle between a developer and a local pressure group. Now, about 137 of those acres are called the Smallwood Forest Preserve, and will remain forever wild under a conservation easement to be overseen by the Delaware Highlands Conservancy.
Super penny social at the Smallwood Community Center, 250 Sgt. Andrew Brucher Blvd. (next to Friends Restaurant), doors open at 6pm, calling 7:30pm. Kids table, door prizes. 845/583-0244, 845/583-5737.