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Week of May 21 2015

May 21, 2015
Game Night at The Cooperage

A night of fun and games at The Cooperage, 6-9pm. Board, card and brain games provided. Or bring your own. Donations greatly appreciated. Snacks available for purchase. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Community Events
JEMS meeting

The Jeffersonville Enhances More of Sullivan, Inc. (JEMS) organization meets in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church, 7pm. JEMS inspires community pride and supports volunteerism among many of the area youth organizations. 845/482-5354.

Jeffersonville, Meeting
Order of the Eastern Star meeting

All veterans are invited to the meeting of the River Valley Chapter #33 Order of the Eastern Star, 7:30pm.

Matamoras, Meeting
Roast Pork Dinner

Roast Pork Dinner at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. Adults $10, children $6. Benefits the Delaware-Sullivan Chapter Order of Eastern Star.

Livingston Manor, Community Events
Rummage sale

Ladies Auxiliary will hold a rummage sale at the Swan Lake Firehouse, Stanton Corners Rd., 10am-2pm. May 22 is bag day. 845/292-7554.

Swan Lake, Community Events
May 22, 2015
Chronic Disease Self Management workshops

Hudson River HealthCare, in collaboration with the Sullivan County Office for the Aging, will offer Healthy Choices, the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program at the Bethel Nutrition Site, from 10am-12:30pm. Free 6-week program for adults and caregivers dealing with any ongoing health condition. 845/807-0257.

Kauneonga Lake, Workshop
Farming With Kids

Kids do some real farm chores at Apple Pond Farm, 10am. Milking goats, feeding chickens, gathering eggs, milking a goat, grooming a horse, etc. Activities vary. No reservations needed. $6/person (children under 3 free). Please note: a minimum of 5 people (or $40) required to hold tour. 845/482-4764.

Callicoon Center, Outdoors
Pike artist at Delaware Water Gap

Joan Polishook of Hemlock Farms, Pike County is the featured artist at the Dutot Museum in Delaware Water Gap. Joan opens the 2015 gallery season with her show "Painted Perspectives," an ensemble of recent paintings. Opening reception 7-9pm. Runs through June 7.

Art, Delaware Water Gap
Rummage sale

Ladies Auxiliary will hold a rummage sale at the Swan Lake Firehouse, Stanton Corners Rd., 10am-2pm. May 22 is bag day. 845/292-7554.

Swan Lake, Community Events
Three-family yard sale

Yard sale at 840, 841 and 860 River Road (between Skinner's Falls & Narrowsburg bridges), 8am-3pm.

Milanville, Community Events
Yard sale

Yard/Craft/Merchandise Sale at the Damascus Community Center, 60 Conklin Hill Rd., 9am-3pm. Inside and out. Vendors welcome: $10 per day per space. For info or vendor app call Hedy at 570/224-4377.

Damascus, Community Events
May 23, 2015
Anglers Market

Anglers market at the Community Hall, 10am-3pm. Many fishing-related tables. A table is $15 and can be shared. Space is limited. Sponsored by the Roscoe-Rockland Chamber of Commerce. 607/498-5464.

Roscoe, Outdoors
Annual Meeting of the Basket Historical Society

Annual meeting of the Basket Historical Society at the Basket Historical Society, State Route 97. Officers will be elected at this meeting. All are welcome to attend the meeting and visit the museum from 10:30am-2pm.

Long Eddy, Meeting
Barryville Farmers' Market

The Barryville Farmers’ Market, presented by the Barryville Greenmarket Foundation, at 3385 Route 97, behind River Market, 10am-1pm. Open every Saturday (rain or shine), through October 31. Farmers, food producers, bakers, artists and artisans. www.BarryvilleFarmersMarket.com.

Barryville, Outdoors
Equinunk Historical Society Memorial Day Weekend Program

The Equinunk Historical Society presents its Memorial Day Weekend Program honoring veteran Amos Hathaway. Followed by the free annual ice cream social. Opens at noon; program at 1pm. 570/224-6722.

Equinunk, Community Events
Farming With Kids

Kids do some real farm chores at Apple Pond Farm, 10am. Milking goats, feeding chickens, gathering eggs, grooming a horse, etc. Activities vary. No reservations needed. $6/person (children under 3 free). Please note: a minimum of 5 people (or $40) required to hold tour. 845/482-4764.

Callicoon Center, Outdoors
Memorial Day Event at Steamtown NHS

Steamtown NHS is planning a “Troops and Trains” event for Memorial Day weekend, on the park grounds to include a "troop train" reenactment excursion to Jessup on Saturday, May 23. Event included with daily entrance fee; train ride extra, $24/$22/$17.

Scranton, Community Events
Nature Watch

Basha Kill Area Association is holing a Nature Watch, 10am-4pm. Join trained volunteers at boat launch across from 1131 South Road to learn about nesting bald eagles and more wildlife of the beautiful Basha Kill wetland. Weekends until June 28. Powerful spotting scopes, lots of information, family friendly.

Wurtsboro, Outdoors
Penny Social

Penny Social at St. Jacobi Lutheran Church, Route 434 next to Exxon Station. Doors open at 2pm. Calling begins at 3pm. Coffee and cake served afterwards.

Shohola, Community Events
Plein Air artist field trip

The Wurtsboro Art Alliance will host a "Plein air" artists field trip to the Basha Kill Wetland, 9am-12 noon. This is the first in a series of artists field trips that the art alliance will host on the 4th Saturday of the months of May, June and July. Free and open to everyone. Email: info@waagallery.org.

Wurtsboro, Outdoors
Swan Lake

The Delaware Valley Dance Company presents the ballet "Swan Lake" at the Delaware Valley High School auditorium, two performances at 12 noon and 7pm. For ticket information, call The Dance Center at 845/856-3373. www.thedancecenterpj.com.

Milford, Theatre
Ten Mile River Scout Museum Open Saturdays

The Ten Mile River Scout Museum at 1481 Crystal Lake Road will be open to the public Saturdays in May and June from 11am-3pm. Call 845/252-3775 during operating hours for additional information.

Narrowsburg, Community Events
Three-family yard sale

Yard sale at 840, 841 and 860 River Road (between Skinner's Falls & Narrowsburg bridges), 8am-3pm.

Milanville, Community Events
Used Book Sale

Used book sale at the Pine Bush library, 227 Maple Ave., 9am-3pm. Books are 50 cents for soft covers and $1 for hardcovers. Donations are also being accepted. 845/744-3375.

Pine Bush, Community Events
Vermont made folk-rock: The DuPont Brothers

The DuPont Brothers play Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, 8pm. The Burlington, VT based indie-folk duo blends the contemplative winters of the Northeast with the solitary beauty of Southwestern desert. Tickets: $15-$20. www.silkmillharmony.com.

Hawley, Music
Work party at Delaware Highlands Conservancy

“Work Party” to clean up the grounds and do some painting and minor repairs to help them get ready for the summer, 10am-4pm. RSVP: 845/583-1010.

Bethel, Outdoors
Yard sale

Yard/Craft/Merchandise Sale at the Damascus Community Center, 60 Conklin Hill Rd., 9am-3pm. Inside and out. Vendors welcome: $10 per day per space. For info or vendor app call Hedy at 570/224-4377.

Damascus, Community Events
Yard sale

The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will hold a yard sale on the Rivoli property, 10am-4pm. Featured are excess costumes, props, fabric, clothing, pictures/frames, books and more. Benefits renovating the Rivoli Theatre’s marquee and blade. 845/434-0209.

South Fallsburg, Community Events
May 24, 2015
Callicoon Farmers' Market

The Sullivan County Farmers’ Markets Association’s weekly market at Callicoon Creek Park on Audrey Dorer Drive, 11am-2pm. The market now has 35 individual vendors with a variety of products. 888/270-2015.

Callicoon, Outdoors
Gospel Concert

New Appalachia returns to Cold Spring Rileyville Presbyterian Church, 2-4pm.

Rileyville, Music
Memorial Day celebration in Hancock

Moment of remembrance at the Town Square, 12 noon. Followed by BBQ, refreshments, live music and old-fashioned games for kids and adults.

Hancock, Community Events
Memorial Day Event at Steamtown NHS

Steamtown NHS is planning a “Troops and Trains” event for Memorial Day weekend, on the park grounds to include a "troop train" reenactment excursion to Jessup on Saturday, May 23. Event included with daily entrance fee; train ride extra, $24/$22/$17.

Scranton, Community Events
Milford Farmers Market

Milford Farmers Market at The Grotto, 508 W. Harford St., hosted by non-profit Air Soil Water. Every Sunday 10am-2pm, rain or shine. The market will feature all local, all fresh, nothing industrial. Produce, meats, dairy and more from tri-state farms. Educational and kid friendly.

Milford, Community Events
Nature Watch

Basha Kill Area Association is holing a Nature Watch, 10am-4pm. Join trained volunteers at boat launch across from 1131 South Road to learn about nesting bald eagles and more wildlife of the beautiful Basha Kill wetland. Weekends until June 28. Powerful spotting scopes, lots of information, family friendly.

Wurtsboro, Outdoors
Pancake breakfast

Mountaindale Fire Department annual pancake breakfast at the Mountaindale Firehouse, 7am-12 noon. Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage potatoes, coffee, tea and orange juice. Adults $7, children 5-12 $4, children under 5 free.

Food, Mountaindale
Pancake Breakfast

Pancake breakfast at St. Mary's Church Hall, 386 CR 95, 7am-12 noon. Adults $8, children ages 5-12 $5, children under 5 years free.

Obernburg, Community Events
Pancake breakfast

Bethel Lions Club Pancake Breakfast at the Kauneonga Lake Fire House, 3574 Route 55, 7am-12 noon. Adults $7, children $5, under 5 free. 845/583-4094.

Food, Kauneonga Lake
Play Scrabble

2:30-5:30pm, at Wayne County Visitors' Center, 303 Commercial St. Donations to benefit Habit for Humanity. 570/224-6206.

Honesdale, Community Events
Three-family yard sale

Yard sale at 840, 841 and 860 River Road (between Skinner's Falls & Narrowsburg bridges), 8am-3pm.

Milanville, Community Events
Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Potluck Picnic

The Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will hold its annual Memorial Day potluck picnic at 110 Fords Rd., 11am. All are welcome. 570/253-2364.

Honesdale, Outdoors
Yard sale

The Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will hold a yard sale on the Rivoli property, 10am-4pm. Featured are excess costumes, props, fabric, clothing, pictures/frames, books and more. Benefits renovating the Rivoli Theatre’s marquee and blade. 845/434-0209.

South Fallsburg, Community Events
May 26, 2015
Auditions Vaudeville in the Catskills

Vaudeville in the Catskills–Swings into the Sixties at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St. 6-8:30pm. Theme is the 1960's, Catskill’s Hotel Era. Seeking: comedians, singers, dancers, musical and novelty acts. Produced by Bethel Theatre Works, Sponsored by the Sullivan County Historical Society. Performances: Aug. 28-30.

Hurleyville, Theatre
May 27, 2015
Auditions Vaudeville in the Catskills

Vaudeville in the Catskills–Swings into the Sixties at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St. 6-8:30pm. Theme is the 1960's, Catskill’s Hotel Era. Seeking: comedians, singers, dancers, musical and novelty acts. Produced by Bethel Theatre Works, Sponsored by the SC Historical Society. Performances: Aug. 28-30.

Hurleyville, Theatre
Open Electric Jam at The Cooperage Project

Open Electric Jam Night at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. Come early to sign-up, as the board fills up quickly. BYOB. Donations appreciated.

Honesdale, Community Events
Veteran suicide prevention, PTSD seminar

As a service to local veterans, their families, and the community at large, Lackawanna College will host a public seminar on post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, and veteran suicide prevention at 7pm in the Theater at Lackawanna College, 501 Vine St. Cost: $3. 570/961-7899.

Scranton, Lectures/discussions
May 28, 2015
Free business seminar

The Greater Honesdale Partnership, in conjunction with the University of Scranton Small Business Development Center, will host “Assertiveness Training” at Wayne Bank, 717 Main St., 6-8pm. Registration required. 570/253-5492.

Honesdale, Workshop