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Week of August 27 2015

August 27, 2015
Beekeeping Program

Bob Davis and Don Bertholf Jr., who run B and D Apiary's located in Jeffersonville and North Branch, will discuss and demonstrate basic beekeeping at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 6:30pm. Free. 845/794-4660.

Monticello, Workshop
Live music with John Curtin

Live music with John Curtin at Glass—wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel, 119 Falls Ave., 6-9 pm. No cover charge. Email info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Hawley, Music
Teen Tech Time

The Western Sullivan Public Library holds “Teen Tech Time” for all area teens at the Delaware Free Branch, 2-4pm on Thursdays. Examine technology, dissect a computer, design a game, explore a possible career, or just have fun. To register or for more information visit WSPLonline.org or call 845/887-4040.

Callicoon, Workshop
August 28, 2015
Comedy Night at Cocoon

Harmony Presents features comedians from New York, Boston, Philadelphia and more at Cocoon Coffee House, 1 Silk Mill Dr., 8:30pm. Cost: $15-20, plus two items from Cocoon Comedy Menu. www.silkmillharmony.com.

Hawley, Theatre
Jazz on the deck party

Jazz on the deck kickoff party for Wally Lake Fest with Nancy and Spencer Reed at The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., 6-10 pm. BBQ buffet $39/person. Email desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Hawley, Music
Live Music Friday

Live Music Friday at Glass—wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel, 119 Falls Ave., 8-11pm. A rotating line-up of live music in the lounge. No cover charge. Email info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Hawley, Music
Live piano music

Live piano music in the dining room at The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., 6-10 pm. Email desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Hawley, Music
Murder, Mayhem & Marshmallow Salad

Dinner and a mystery at Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church, 115 Myck Rd. Three performances: Friday and Saturday at 7pm, and a 1pm matinee on Saturday, August 29. Cost: $20. Print order form from website: www.dfumc.com.

Pike County, Theatre
The Barn Cats at The Dancing Cat

The Barn Cats play at the Dancing Cat, 8;30pm. Live, electric, eclectic, funky rock n' roll with a whole lot of soul. The Barn Cats are Jim Verdi, Tommy Rausch, Jan London and John Rocklin.

Bethel, Music
August 29, 2015
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
Catskill Society of Model Engineers open house

The Catskill Society of Model Engineers, 11 Maple St., is having an open house every Saturday during July and August, 11am-3pm. Seven operating model railroads. Free admission. Visit www.csme.club. 845/467-5161.

Liberty, Community Events
Community picnic

Annual free picnic outdoors at the Bethel Delaware Highlands Conservancy office, 12noon-4pm. Crafts, games, live bluegrass music, a guided nature walk on the woodland trail, monarch butterflies with Ed Wesely, live animals with the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, local food, and fun for all ages. RSVP requested. 845/583-1010.

Bethel, Outdoors
Epic film score writer: Matt Nakoa Trio

Matt Nakoa Trio at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, 8pm. The lush romanticism of Josh Groban's music meets the texture and grit present in the most epic of indie and pop tunes in Matt Nokoa's voice and songwriting. His film scoring has been featured at BAM and on Disney.com. Tickets: $15-20. silkmillharmony.com.

Hawley, Music
Exhibit opening: Catskill Paintings

Free exhibit opening at the Erpf Center, 2-4pm. "Catskill Paintings" by Michael Herstand and Kamilla Talbot. Exhibit open until October 16. Gallery hours: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm. Weekends by appointment by calling 845/586-2611. www.catskillcenter.org.

Arkville, Art
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
Fireman's parade and field day

Hortonville Volunteer Fire Company 82nd annual Fireman's Parade and Field Day. Noon street parade, 3pm chicken BBQ, games, food and drinks. Live music by 110 Whitehall St. Music by DJ Rockin' Rebel Ron.

Hortonville, Community Events
Free tasting

Free tasting every Saturday at the Mill Market in the Hawley Silk Mill, Suite #111, 8 Silk Mill Dr., 12noon-2pm. Email info@MillMarketPA.com or 570/390-4440.

Food, Hawley
Live piano music

Live piano music in the dining room at The Settlers Inn, 4 Main Ave., 6-10 pm. Email desk@thesettlersinn.com or 570/226-2993.

Hawley, Music
Mojito Ice Bar

Mojito Ice Bar by Sculpted Ice Works and DonQ Rum at Cocoon Coffee House, Route 6 & Bellmonte Ave., noon-6pm. Email cocoonbarista@gmail.com or 570/226-6130.

Food, Hawley
Murder, Mayhem & Marshmallow Salad

Dinner and a mystery at Dingmans Ferry United Methodist Church, 115 Myck Rd. Three performances: Friday and Saturday at 7pm, and a 1pm matinee on Saturday, August 29. Cost: $20. Print order form from website: www.dfumc.com.

Pike County, Theatre
Penny social

Penny social at the Damascus Community Hall, Conklin Hill Road, doors open 5pm, drawing starts at 7pm. Refreshments.

Damascus, Community Events
Roots and Rails at the Equinunk Historical Society

Bradley MacMaster will present a program on the D&H Canal and D&H Railroad in Honesdale at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. Established in the early 1800's, the company recently filed to discontinue its trackage rights. Doors open at noon. 570/224-6722.

Equinunk, Lectures/discussions
The Pillowcase Project

The American Red Cross presents The Pillowcase Project at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 11am-12noon. The Pillowcase Project is a preparedness education program for children entering grades 3 to 5, which teaches students about personal and family preparedness, local hazards, and basic coping skills.

Jeffersonville, Workshop
The Sixties at The Cooperage

The Sixties will play at The Cooperage, 7:30pm. The Sixties is a cover band that will play the best music of the 1960’s, from the British invasion to folk rock to Motown. BYOB. Donations collected at the door. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Music
August 30, 2015
All Day Meditation

Two Rivers Zen Community (TRZC) will hold a zazenkai, a daylong retreat devoted to zen meditation practice. Doors open at 7:45am and the first sitting begins at 8am. All are welcome, instructions and an orientation provided for newcomers. Cost: $40 for non-members, $25 for members, includes lunch. Visit tworiverszen.org.

Honesdale, Community Events
Blueberry pancake breakfast

All-you-can-eat blueberry pancake breakfast at Blooming Grove Vol. Firehouse, 484 Route 739, 8am-12noon. Cost: adults $7, children 10 & under $4, kids 3 & under free. Eat in or take out. Orange juice, blueberry or plain pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausages, coffee or tea. 570/775-7355.

Lords Valley, Community Events
Blues, Brews & BBQ

Blues, Brews & BBQ on the deck at Glass—wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel, 119 Falls Ave., 6-9pm. Every Sunday through Labor Day, a rotating line-up of live music and a featured local craft beer. $32.50 includes selections from the grill with sides of summer picnic staples. Reservations recommended. info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Hawley, Music
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
Dose of Kindness Rocks Broadway!

A free community event on Broadway, 11am-5pm. Free rides, bouncy houses, face painting, live entertainment and more.

Monticello, 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
September 1, 2015
Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group

Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group at Achieve Rehab & Nursing Facility, 170 Lake St., 6-7:30pm. Open to the public to all caregivers/family members of people with Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders. Light refreshments provided. 845/866-3247.

Liberty, Meeting
CruzinPort

Once a month from May through September on the first Tuesday night, downtown Port Jervis is transformed into American Graffiti Blvd. Up to 200 street rods, hot rods, custom cars, trucks and bikes line the street. Nearly 30 trophies awarded at each event. 845/856-4310.

Port Jervis, Community Events
September 2, 2015
Professional uniform sale

Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a professional uniform, shoe and accessory sale in the David Katz Conference Center on the second floor of the hospital, 601 Park St. Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 9am-6pm and Thursday, Sept. 3 from 7am-4pm. Proceeds will benefit the construction of a heliport pad.

Honesdale, Community Events
September 3, 2015
Preserving Your Harvest with Root ‘N Roost Farm

Cheyenne from Root ‘N Roost Farm teaches how to make chutney out of the excess fruits and veggies and how to safely process it in a hot water bath canner at the Jeffersonville branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library. All fresh produce will be provided by the farm.

Food, Jeffersonville
Professional uniform sale

Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a professional uniform, shoe and accessory sale in the David Katz Conference Center on the second floor of the hospital, 601 Park St. Wednesday, Sept. 2 from 9am-6pm and Thursday, Sept. 3 from 7am-4pm. Proceeds will benefit the construction of a heliport pad.

Honesdale, Community Events