50/50 Bingo for Billy's New Hope Barn at the Masonic Lodge, 136 South St., 1-4pm. Doors open at 12:30pm. Free admission. Proceeds will benefit Billy's New Hope Barn, a local farm animal rescue outside of Honesdale, giving a forever home to abused and neglected farm animals. 570/253-2510.
50/50 Bingo for Billy's New Hope Barn at Masonic Lodge, 136 South St., 1-5pm. Proceeds will benefit Billy's New Hope Barn, a local farm animal rescue, giving a forever home to abused and neglected farm animals. Refreshments available. 570/253-2510.
Wayne Memorial Hospital’s Home Health Department and the Wayne County Area Agency on Aging will offer flu shots at Ladore Senior Expo, 9:30am-12noon.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a book sale at Wayne Woodlands Manor, 10am-4pm. A wide variety of books including children’s books, cookbooks and novels as well as other gift items will be offered. Proceeds benefit the hospital.
The owner of 55 dogs that were removed from a house on Belmont Turnpike in Waymart will likely face charges for animal cruelty. Ten of the dogs in his care were dead or dying when officials entered the home; the owner, who was not named in news reports, could also be facing a charge of operating a kennel without a license. Read more
R.D. Wilson School, 1-6pm. Chance to win a tablet. 800/733-2767.
Ladore Lodge Camp Retreat & Conference Center, Sat., 9am-5pm; Sun., 9am-4pm, free. Gold buying events, electronic recycling drop-off (donations welcome), flower pot contest, home improvement live auction & more. WayneCountyBuilders.com or 570/226-4941.
Hosted by Salvation Army at Ladore Pavilion, 10am-3pm, free admission & parking. 570/488-6129, ext. 156.
Meet Wayne Commissioners candidates at Camp Ladore Resort & Retreat Center (park bldg.), 7pm. 570/862-9104.
Dairy farmer Joe Davitt, a third-generation Waymart dairy farmer, is having a rough year, like many other area dairy farmers. “The weather since the spring, with nearly 60 inches of rain, killed us,” he said. “We couldn’t plant as much as we wanted and we didn’t get nearly enough hay cut.” Read more