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Week of October 16 2014

October 16, 2014
After School Book Club

After School Book Club (ages 9-12 ) at the Wayne County Public Library, 4-5pm. Snacks, crafts and stories. Come read, laugh and learn. 570/253-1220.

Honesdale, Community Events
Family Game Night

Family Game Night at The Cooperage, 6-9pm. Board games, card games, brain games. But if you have a favorite, bring it. Donations greatly appreciated. Snacks available for purchase. 570/253.2020.

Honesdale, Community Events
Haunted House

Haunted House at My Shady Lady, 170 E Front St., 6-10pm. Cost: adults $12, children under 12 $6. Large groups (10 or more) call for reservations. 607/821-1606.

Hancock, Community Events
JEMS meeting

The Jeffersonville Enhances More of Sullivan (JEMS) organization meets every third Thursday at 7pm above the Village Office in Jeffersonville. The group is comprised of people of all ages wishing to make improvements within their community. 845/482-5354.

Jeffersonville, Meeting
Port Jervis Free Library hosts blood drive

The Port Jervis Free Library in partnership with the New York Blood Center will host a blood drive, 1-7pm. The blood drive will be held downstairs in the library’s Community Room. Walk-in donors are welcome. 845/845-7313.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Rummage sale

Rummage sale at the Swan Lake Firehouse, 10am-2pm. Sponsored by Swan Lake Ladies Auxiliary. Bag day on the 17th. 845/292-7554.

Swan Lake, Community Events
Teen Tech Time

Teen Tech Time at the Western Sullivan Public Library Jeffersonville Branch, 3-5pm. Students in grades 7 through 12 are welcome. Examine technology, learn to build computer games, design new apps, explore a possible career, or just have fun. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Lectures/discussions
Thirsty Thursdays: Praise worship service

Thirsty Thursdays, a contemporary praise service that includes a free light meal, praise and fellowship for all ages, at Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church, 115 Myck Rd. Scheduled on Thursday throughout 2014.

Dingmans Ferry, Community Events
Toddler Story Time

Toddler Story Time at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10:30-11am. Ages 18 months-3 years. Explore early literacy with stories, songs, flannel boards and more. Register in person, via email KOHara@rcls.org, or call 845/482-4350.

Callicoon, Readings
What Are You Watching?

Join the Public Computer Center of Western Sullivan Public Library for the second workshop in this informative four-part series discussing Online Viewing vs. TV at the Jeffersonville Branch, 6-8pm. Review the latest in free online viewing and listening from Hulu, Pandora, YouTube, Vevo, Crackle, Vudo and more. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Lectures/discussions
October 17, 2014
Albi Beluli

Albi Beluli, solo acoustic, at the Dancing Cat Saloon, 8pm. www.DancingCatSaloon.com.

Bethel, Music
American Legion Italian Night

The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 1266 Italian Night, a benefit dinner for veterans, at The Legion Hall, 92 Pine St., 5-7pm. Take out available. Cost: $12. RSVP: Kathy La Buda 845/888-4910, Claire Dunn 845/888-4562.

Food, Wurtsboro
Book Group

Book Group meets the third Friday of the month at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 4pm. October’s book is “The Goldfinch” by Donna Tartt. 845/252-3360.

Narrowsburg, Lectures/discussions
Dark Forest Fear Festival at Burn Brae Mansion

Dark Forest Fear Festival at Burn Brae Mansion is a haunted outdoor walking trail that runs Friday and Saturday nights from 7:30pm-10pm. Show runs 25 minutes. Admission: $15 ($2 coupons available on site). For overnight accommodations visit BurnBraeMansion.com.

Glen Spey, Outdoors
Haunted House

Haunted House at My Shady Lady, 170 E Front St., 6-10pm. Cost: adults $12, children under 12 $6. Large groups (10 or more) call for reservations. 607/821-1606.

Hancock, Community Events
Live music at Ehrhardt's Waterfront Restaurant

Stop by the pub for drink specials, food and live music from local bands, 8pm-midnight. 570/226-2124.

Hawley, Music
Rummage sale

Rummage sale at the Swan Lake Firehouse, 10am-2pm. Sponsored by Swan Lake Ladies Auxiliary. Bag day on the 17th. 845/292-7554.

Swan Lake, Community Events
Soup night

Soup night, takeout only, sponsored by the Auxiliary of the Highland Lake Fire Dept. at the Eldred Town Hall, 4-7pm. Quart $7, pint $4. Split pea, beef barley, chicken noodle, chicken and rice, Manhattan clam chowder, New England clam chowder, cheeseburger soup and Skip's chili.

Eldred, Food
Spaghetti dinner

Ann Street School spaghetti dinner at the Milford United Methodist Church, 5:30pm and 7pm seating. Adults $8, children $5. Reservations are preferred. 570/296–6124.

Food, Milford
October 18, 2014
Bethel Flea Market

Bethel Flea Market on the corner of 17B and Pine Grove Rd. Antiques, jewelry, shoes, bags, Dollar Store fruits and vegetables, crafts, household goods and more. All vendors and yard sellers welcome. 845/798-5088.

White Lake, Community Events
Craft fair

Youngsville Firecrackers, Cornell Cooperative Extension Community Group, craft fair at the Youngsville Firehouse, 10am-4pm. Over 20 vendors. Refreshments.

Youngsville, Community Events
Dark Forest Fear Festival at Burn Brae Mansion

Dark Forest Fear Festival at Burn Brae Mansion is a haunted outdoor walking trail that runs Friday and Saturday nights from 7:30pm-10pm. Show runs 25 minutes. Admission: $15 ($2 coupons available on site). For overnight accommodations visit BurnBraeMansion.com.

Glen Spey, Outdoors
Ensemble Aubade

Ensemble Aubade, an international touring trio of flute, harp and viola from Boston will appear at Grace Lutheran Church, 999 County Road 95, at 7pm. The congregation invites the public. For those who can donate, they suggest $20 for adults, $10 for seniors, $5 for college students, and teens and children free.

North Branch, Music
Evolution of the Grey Towers Landscape: Autumn in Cornelia's Gardens

Brilliant red, yellow, and orange leaves are expected to be ablaze for this landscape tour. Meet horticulturist Elizabeth Hawke at the Visitor Pavilion to view the fabulous foliage displays of the native shrubs, Japanese maples, historic sugar maple planted by General William T. Sherman, and the historic landscape. Regular tour fees apply.

Milford, Outdoors
Free computer support

Free computer support at Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, every Saturday, 10am-1pm.

Narrowsburg, Workshop
Haunted House

Haunted House at My Shady Lady, 170 E Front St., 6-10pm. Cost: adults $12, children under 12 $6. Large groups (10 or more) call for reservations. 607/821-1606.

Hancock, Community Events
Hawley Harvest Hoedown Concert

The first ever Hawley Harvest Hoedown Folk & Bluegrass Concert at the Ritz Theater. Featuring The Coal Town Rounders, Miles to Dayton and Cricket Tell The Weather. Hosted by Chris Kearney. Tickets in advance $20, at the door $22. www.harmonypresents.com.

Hawley, Music
Hike the Minisink Trail

Beautiful five-mile loop trail on Shawangunk Ridge in Huckleberry State Forest, Town of Greenville. Wear sturdy shoes; bring water. Participants will carpool or caravan to trail. Meet 9am, DEC fishing platform, Indian Orchard Road (South Road). Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association, thebashakill.org, 845/754-0732.

Westbrookville, Outdoors
Lego Club

Lego Club (ages Kindergarten to 6th grade) every third Saturday of the month at the Wayne County Public Library. Create Lego masterpieces with your friends. Register by calling 570/253-1220.

Honesdale, Community Events
Manchester Community Library Book Sale

Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Highway, will hold a used book sale, 9am-12 noon. All paperbacks, 25 cents, hardcovers, $1. Thousands of books available. The library is located beyond the Manchester Town offices, at the end of the drive. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Community Events
Oktoberfest Farm-to-Table Dinner

Join WJFF for a Farm-to-Table Oktoberfest Dinner. The menu will feature traditional and inventive German and Bavarian fare, highlighting locally-sourced ingredients. Locally-brewed beers will be available for purchase. Cocktails at 6pm, dinner at 7pm. 845/482-4141.

Callicoon Center, Food
PCC Music Event

Chris Cernak and a host of musicians from this season's music nights jam for a season finale at Philipsport Community Center. Beverages and homemade food and desserts available. $2 suggested donation at the door. www.pport.org.

Phillipsport, Music
Roast beef dinner

Jeffersonville Fire Department 94th annual roast beef dinner at the Jeffersonville Firehouse, 4:30-8:30pm. Served family style. Donations: adults $13, children 5-12 $6, under 5 free. All takeouts $13.

Food, Jeffersonville
Shohola-Barryville Bridge 5K Run/Walk

Shohola-Barryville Bridge 5K Run/Walk at Rohman Park, 9:30am. Kids K Fun Run starts at 11am. Sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 76, Shohola PA in conjunction with the Shohola Twp. Park and Recreation Committee's Pumpkins in the Park Festival. Registration and packet pick up starts at 8:30am. Pre-registration encouraged. www.Troop76Events.com.

Shohola, Outdoors
Storytelling Evening with Yarnslingers: Memoirs

Storytellers share new pieces of their biographies in monthly performances at the CAS Arts Center, reading true stories that range from the surprising and awe-inspiring to the charmingly everyday. 7pm. Tickets for $10 suggested donation. Call or email info@catskillartsociety.org for reservations.

Livingston Manor, Readings
Sullivan County Historical Society awards dinner

Sullivan County Historical Society annual meeting and awards dinner at The Rockland House, social hour 4pm, dinner at 5pm. Honoring History Makers Sullivan County Long Beards and History Preservers William & Patricia Burns. 845/434-8044.

Roscoe, Community Events
Tricky Tray

Tricky Tray Sponsored by St. Joseph's Church held at Delaware Valley Elementary School Gym, 252 Routes 6 and 209. Admission $5 includes sheet of tickets. Children welcome. Handicapped accessible. Rapid calling. Baskets, gift certificates, grand prize too. Concession will be open. 570/491-9074.

Milford, Community Events
Young Artists Series: Video Toons

Young Artists Series: Video Toons with Ron Littke at the Narrowsburg Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. Two sessions: 10-11am for ages 4-6 and from 11:30am-12:30pm for ages 7+. Participants will learn how to create spooky video cartoons and go home with a dvd of the finished video. 845/482-4350.

Narrowsburg, Workshop
October 19, 2014
Annual Tusten Historical Gathering

The annual local history gathering sponsored by Tusten Historical Society will be held at Tusten Community Hall, Bridge St., 2pm. Panels on the Era of Aviation in Narrowburg will be displayed for the first time. Guest speaker will be Arthur Hassis. Light refreshments will be served. 845/252-3356.

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Bethel Flea Market

Bethel Flea Market on the corner of 17B and Pine Grove Rd. Antiques, jewelry, shoes, bags, Dollar Store fruits and vegetables, crafts, household goods and more. All vendors and yard sellers welcome. 845/798-5088.

White Lake, Community Events
Callicoon Farmers' Market

Sullivan County Farmers' Market in Callicoon at Callicoon Creek Park, A. Dorrer Drive, 11am-2pm. Every Sunday until November 26. www.sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org.

Callicoon, Community Events
Children's Halloween Party

Children's Halloween party at Tri-State Naval Ship, 46 Barcelow, 2-4pm. Prizes for best costumes.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Fall Fiddle Festival

Fall Fiddle Festival at the Beach Lake Fire Hall, 1033 Beach Lake Hwy Rt. 652, doors open at 1pm, music starts at 2pm. Traditional music with some of the finest fiddlers in the tri-state area performing their favorite tunes. Admission: adults $10, seniors 65 and over $8, students over 12 $5, 12 and under free. 570/224-6330.

Beach Lake, Music
Harvest Gala

Wayne County Council of Republican Women Harvest Gala at the Central House, cocktails 3-4pm, dinner 4pm. Tickets: $30. Guest speaker Governor Tom Corbett. Chinese auction. For tickets, call 570/253-1434, 570/226-1974, or 570/689-4424.

Beach Lake, Community Events
Milford Farmers' Market

Milford Farmer's Market sponsored by Air Soil Water at River Rock Inn Courtyard, 210 Second St. (at Ann St.). Taking place every Sunday 11am-3pm, market will have local farm fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, cheeses, sweets and more. Kid friendly.

Food, Milford
Pine Mill Community Hall pancake breakfast

Pine Mill Community Hall will host a pancake breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Serving cheese omelets, sausage, home fries, pancakes, juice, coffee or tea. Adults $7, under 12, 3.50 half portion. 570/224-8500.

Food, Lookout
Screening: 'Back to the Future'

Screening of "Back to the Future" at The Cooperage, 3pm. "Back to the Future" is a 1985 American comic science fiction film. It was directed by Robert Zemeckis, written by Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and produced by Steven Spielberg. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Film
Stray Cat Gallery reception

Stray Cat Gallery cocktail party and reception. Featuring Cindy Shector from Smallwood and more.

Art, Bethel
October 20, 2014
Arabic classes at Literacy Volunteers

Classes in the Arabic language will be offered at The Literacy Center, 63 North St., 5:30-7:30pm. 16 hours of instruction will be provided on Mondays and Tuesdays. Arabic alphabet and numerals will be taught as well as common phrases and some interesting facts about the Middle East. Donation: $50. Call to register. 845/794-0017.

Monticello, Workshop
Free GED Prep Class

Every Monday from 5:30-8:30pm at the Jeffersonville branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. No registration required.

Jeffersonville, Community Events
Knitting Group

Knitting Group meets every Monday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 6pm. 845/252-3360.

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Mah Jongg at Manchester Community Library

Weekly Mah Jongg game at the Manchester Community Library, 1-4pm. All are welcome from beginners to experienced players. Sessions are free. Instruction provided. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Community Events
What Are You Watching, For Apple Lovers

Join the Public Computer Center of Western Sullivan Public Library for the third workshop in this informative four part series discussing Online Viewing vs. TV at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch, 6-8pm. Explore how iTunes can help you manage movies and music across all your devices. 845/252-3360.

Narrowsburg, Lectures/discussions
October 21, 2014
Arabic classes at Literacy Volunteers

Classes in the Arabic language will be offered at The Literacy Center, 63 North St., 5:30-7:30pm. 16 hours of instruction will be provided on Mondays and Tuesdays. Arabic alphabet and numerals will be taught as well as common phrases and some interesting facts about the Middle East. Donation: $50. Call to register. 845/794-0017.

Monticello, Workshop
Cash bingo

Cash bingo every Tuesday night at the Texas #4 Fire Co., Grove St., doors open 5:30pm, games at 6:30pm. $1,100 progressive jackpot, tear-offs, Bonanza, fish bowl, refreshments. 570/253-0782.

Honesdale, Community Events
Flora and Fauna Artist Workshop

Flora and Fauna Artist Workshop: Invasive Species/Collage Making at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 5:30pm. Part 3 of a 5 part series with presentations from the National Park Service and artist workshops with local artist Alexis Siroc. Take home your original artwork. 845/887-4040.

Art, Callicoon
Free computer support

Free computer support every Tuesday at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 1-6pm. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Community Events
“Knitwitz” Knitting Group

“Knitwitz” Knitting Group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 6:30pm. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Community Events
October 22, 2014
After School Book Club

After School Book Club (ages 6-8) at the Wayne County Public Library, 4-5pm. Snacks, crafts and stories. Come read, laugh and learn. 570/253-1220.

Honesdale, Community Events
Business Group

Business Group meets every Wednesday at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10am-12noon. Learn how to take advantage of technology, design your own letterhead and business documents, create invoices, business cards, Facebook pages, email blasts and more. 845/887-4040.

Callicoon, Lectures/discussions
Free computer support

Free computer support every Wednesday at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 1-4pm. 845/887-4040.

Callicoon, Community Events
Meeting of Long Term Care Council

Meeting of Long Term Care Council in the Legislative Committee Room
of the Government Center, 100 North St., 3-4:30pm. The Long Term Care Council is the advisory board for SULLIVAN NYCONNECTS, the single Point of Entry for information on long term services and supports in Sullivan County.

Monticello, Meeting
Open mic night

Mike Jung will host an acoustic-style Open Mic Night at The Cooperage Project, 7-10pm. It’s is a fun evening for musicians and listeners alike. Everyone is welcome: musicians, poets, even storytellers. The board fills up quickly, so come early to sign-up. This is a donation-based event and contributions are appreciated. BYOB. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Music
Program Night

Lackawanna College, Lake Region Center, 8 Silk Mill Drive, 3rd Floor, 5:30pm. Go over programs offered at the Lake Region Center. RSVP by Monday, October 20. 570/226-4625.

Hawley, Community Events
The Cooperage Farmers' Market, summer season

The Cooperage Farmers’ Market, 4-6pm every Wednesday. Produce, dairy, meats, breads, baked goods, soaps, teas, and more. Freshly cooked farm-to-table meal from The Market Café. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org.

Honesdale, Community Events
Town of Highland Choraleers practice

The Town of Highland Choraleers is looking for men and women who want to sing. No experience necessary, in need of sopranos, altos, tenors, baritones, and basses. Meet on Wednesdays at 7pm at the Pond Eddy United Methodist Church, 122 Berm And Church Rd. 845/557-8210.

Pond Eddy, Community Events
October 23, 2014
After School Book Club

After School Book Club (ages 9-12 ) at the Wayne County Public Library, 4-5pm. Snacks, crafts and stories. Come read, laugh and learn. 570/253-1220.

Honesdale, Community Events
Haunted House

Haunted House at My Shady Lady, 170 E Front St., 6-10pm. Cost: adults $12, children under 12 $6. Large groups (10 or more) call for reservations. 607/821-1606.

Hancock, Community Events
Teen Tech Time

Teen Tech Time at the Western Sullivan Public Library Jeffersonville Branch, 3-5pm. Students in grades 7 through 12 are welcome. Examine technology, learn to build computer games, design new apps, explore a possible career, or just have fun. 845/482-4350.

Jeffersonville, Lectures/discussions
Third Thursday Evening Mixer

Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce Third Thursday Evening Mixer at The Arnold House, 839 Shandelee Rd., 5:30-7pm. Sponsor: Time Warner Cable Business Class. Networking, a 50/50 raffle and more. Cost: Members free. Call 845/791-4200/email office@catskills.com.

Livingston Manor, Meeting
Thirsty Thursdays: Praise worship service

Thirsty Thursdays, a contemporary praise service that includes a free light meal, praise and fellowship for all ages, at Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church, 115 Myck Rd. Scheduled on Thursday throughout 2014.

Dingmans Ferry, Community Events
Women's Club of Honesdale special meeting

The Women's Club of Honesdale will hold a special luncheon meeting at the Himalayan Institute at 12 noon. This will include lunch and tour of the facility. At this meeting there will be a collection of hats and mittens for the Children's Bureau and Children and Youth donations.

Honesdale, Meeting