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Week of October 4 2012

October 4, 2012
Bookworm Club

Grades 2-4 enjoy stories, games, crafts & snacks at the library, Thurs., 2:30-4pm. RSVP: 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Meeting
Community Health Forum

6-8pm at the Ted Stroebel Center on Jefferson Street in Monticello. Sullivan County Public Health Services and planning partners concerned about health invite any interested Sullivan County residents to take one evening out from their busy lives for an important cause. Snacks/ refreshments will be available from 5:15 PM – 6 PM. For more information or questions call: 845/513-2222

Monticello, Lectures/discussions
Fall rummage sale

Drew United Methodist Church, 4:30-7pm. 845-856-3423.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Local history presentation

Learn about the history of Port Jervis at the library, 6:30pm. 845/856-7313.

Port Jervis, Lectures/discussions
Quit smoking course

First of 5 weekly sessions at Belle Reve, 6-7pm, free. RSVP: 570/296-3400.

Milford, Community Events
Sullivan County Partnership meeting

Annual meeting & celebration at The Sullivan (formerly The Lodge), 5:30-8:30pm. 845/794-1110.

Rock Hill, Meeting
Tea Party Patriots Monthly Meeting

Guest speakers Ann Prusinski and Rodney Gaebel, Commissioners of the Sullivan County Board of Elections, will address the process of registering to vote, filing absentee ballots and more. 7pm. Contact Marta, (845) 439-5401 or whrotties@netzero.net.

Liberty, Meeting
Volunteer tutor training

The Literacy Center, 5:30-8:30pm. 845/794-0017.

Monticello, Workshop
October 5, 2012
4-H Pony Pals meeting

On Broadway Dance Studio, 6:30pm. Open to ages 8-18. 570/296-3400.

Dingmans Ferry, Meeting
Fall rummage sale

Sponsored by The Ladies Aid Society at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-2pm.

Liberty, Community Events
Fall rummage sale

Drew United Methodist Church, 9am-2pm. 845-856-3423.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Family nature getaway weekend: 'Falling Leaves'

Interpretive hikes, animal presentations, square dance, canoeing, tie-dye, campfire & more at PEEC, $205 incl. 3 nights lodging & meals, 25% off ages 7-10, 50% off ages 4-6, under 3 free. 570/828-2310.

Dingmans Ferry, Community Events
Fern Walk

4 pm @ Western Wayne Middle School lot
(call 570/676-3428 X 0 for directions)
Join the Park Naturalist for a foray into ferns! Discover the new Wildcat trail at Varden Conservation Area. This trail has at least 5 different species of ferns. We will meet at Western Wayne Middle School’s parking lot and cross the road to the trailhead. Hike will be about a mile and be easy with a few hills. Please dress for the weather, bring water, and wear sturdy shoes. Please register.

Greentown, Outdoors
First Fridays contemporary author series

Tusten-Cochecton Library, open mic sign-up 7pm, open mic 7:30pm, visiting authors 8pm, free, public welcome. lmoran@rcls.org.

Narrowsburg, Lectures/discussions
Geocaching/GPS walk with Outdoor Club

On Friday, 5:30pm to be hosted by Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) and Sullivan County’s new Outdoor Club at the CCE Turtle Spring Nature Trail, 64 Ferndale-Loomis Rd. Attendees must register ahead of time at the CCE office. Contact: Nicole Slevin at nas96@cornell.edu or call 845/292-6180 www.sullivancce.org.

Liberty, Outdoors
Hell-o-Roma

Check in at the lifeless lobby, get a ghoulish welcome at the deadly front desk, take a ride in the hellavator, walk the haunted hallways, experience guest crypts, enjoy a devilish cocktail at the World's End Lounge & have a slimy snack in the main dying room at Villa Roma (indoor tennis center), $12. 845/887-4880.

Callicoon, Community Events
Lakeside Players present 'Scandal Point'

Thriller play at the community hall, Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm; Sun. 3pm, $12. RSVP: 570/226-6207.

Lakeville, Theatre
Play: 'Bedbugs'

Presented by Tri-Valley Theatre Club in the school's Bernstein Theatre, 6:30pm, adults $5, children/seniors $3. Free glass of "bugjuice" after show w/ cast. trivalleycsd.org

Grahamsville, Theatre
Wine-pairing dinner: 'Savour'

Event Gallery, 6pm, $100. Benefits Bethel Woods initiatives for children/young adults. RSVP: 845/295-2500.

Bethel, Community Events
October 5, 2012 - October 6, 2012
Banned Books Week!

Nina Burleigh will talk about censorship in America and abroad as well as present excerpts from her new project on women's roles in Egypt's Arab Spring entitled "Under the Black Blanket." Saturday, Ray McNiece will present his tribute to Woody Guthrie, an American role model for artistic freedom whose 100th birthday would have been this year. Both events are free and open to the public. Western Sullivan Public Library, Narrowsburg Branch, 198 Bridge St. Info: lmoran@rcls.org

Art
October 6, 2012
10th Annual Pumpkin Fest

To be presented by Greater Barryville Chamber of Commerce. Fun activities and contests, 10am - 5pm at The Spring House Commons, 3461 Rt. 97

Barryville, Community Events
Animal Blessing for St. Francis Day

An annual Blessing of the Animals and Dedication of Those who Love Them, will be sponsored by Grace Episcopal Church, 827 Church Street, on Saturday at 5pm. The event is open for all who are able to bring their pets – four-legged, two-winged, scaled etc. For more information, you may call the Church at 570/253-2760.

Honesdale, Community Events
Annual Barbershop Show Set - "Hollywood"

The Northeasters Honesdale Barbershop chorus of the Barbershop Harmony Society will present its 34th annual show on Saturday, at 7PM at Honesdale High School. Tickets at $10 and may be purchased at the door or from any chorus member. The chorus is always looking for additional singers. Rehearsal is every Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. at the Presbyterian Chapel at 10th and Church Streets in Honesdale. Please call 570/685-1554 if you are interested.

Honesdale, Community Events
Botanical art

Drawing & watercolor of native plants, flowers & foliage at CAS Arts Center, Sat. through 10/20, 9:30am-1:30pm, members $140, non-members $155. RSVP: 845/426-4227.

Livingston Manor, Workshop
Catherine Russell in Concert

A genuine jazz and blues vocalist who can sing virtually anything, will open the Tusten Theatre fall season with pianist Mark Shane on Saturday 8pm.

Tickets are $27 ($25 advance sales for DVAA members). For reservations call the Tusten Theatre box office at 845/252-7272.

For more information, visit www.ArtsAllianceSite.org.

Narrowsburg, Music
Catherine Russell performs

Jazz & blues vocals at Tusten Theatre, 8pm, $27. RSVP: 845/252-7272.

Narrowsburg, Music
Dinner & variety show fundraiser

Erie Trackside Restaurant, 6pm, $60. Benefits Humane Society of Port Jervis. 845/856-8458 or 856-3677.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Drawing & painting workshop

Alternate between still life & clothed figure at CAS Arts Center, Sat. through 11/10, 2-5pm, members $210, non-members $230. RSVP: 845/426-4227.

Livingston Manor, Workshop
Fall rummage sale

Sponsored by The Ladies Aid Society at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 9am-noon.

Liberty, Community Events
Fall rummage sale

Bag day at Drew United Methodist Church, 9-11am. 845-856-3423.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Flea market & bake sale

Fire dept., 9am-3pm. 570/290-1488 or 226-9318.

Hawley, Community Events
Hell-o-Roma

Check in at the lifeless lobby, get a ghoulish welcome at the deadly front desk, take a ride in the hellavator, walk the haunted hallways, experience guest crypts, enjoy a devilish cocktail at the World's End Lounge & have a slimy snack in the main dying room at Villa Roma (indoor tennis center), $12. 845/887-4880.

Callicoon, Community Events
Joel Hill Sawmill open house

Tours & sawing demonstrations at Civil War-era water-powered sawmill, 11am-3pm, free. 570/224-6722.

Lookout, Community Events
Lakeside Players present 'Scandal Point'

Thriller play at the community hall, Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm; Sun. 3pm, $12. RSVP: 570/226-6207.

Lakeville, Theatre
Northeasters Barbershop Chorus performs

Tunes from some of Hollywood's great movies at the high school, 7pm, $10. 570/253-1982.

Honesdale, Music
Old Stone Jail open house

First Sat./mo., 10am-1pm. 570/253-5468.

Honesdale, Community Events
Penny social

Firehouse, doors open 6pm, calling 7pm, $1 donation. Prizes, refreshments. Benefits St. Francis Church.

Youngsville, Community Events
Reading with author Nina Burleigh

Readings from "Under the Black Blanket" at CAS Arts Center, 4-6pm, free. 845/436-4227.

Livingston Manor, Readings
Sportsman dinner

Fireman's Park, social hour 4-5pm, dinner 5pm, $10 suggested. Benefits Future's Fund for children of past chief Robbie Magie. 845/434-2724 or 434-2710.

Loch Sheldrake, Community Events
Tribute: Woody Guthrie's 100th Birthday

w/ Poet musician Ray McNiece from Ohio. At Western Sullivan Public Library, 198 Bridge Street,845/252-3360

Narrowsburg, Music
Turkey dinner

Hosted by Pond Eddy United Methodist Church at Lumberland town hall, 4-7pm, adults $10, ages 3-10 $5. Take-out avail. 845/856-6004.

Glen Spey, Community Events
Wild plants enzyme demo & Korean drumming

Join Seon Wellbeing Academy for fermenting wild plants & fruits demo at Mill Market, noon-1pm. Korean drumming performance opens the event. 570/390-4440.

Hawley, Community Events
Wine festival

Samplings from more than 20 wineries at Bethel Woods market sheds, 11am-4pm, $15 incl. complimentary glass; designated drivers $5. 800/745-3000.

Bethel, Community Events
October 6, 2012 - October 7, 2012
Banned Books Week!

Nina Burleigh will talk about censorship in America and abroad as well as present excerpts from her new project on women's roles in Egypt's Arab Spring entitled "Under the Black Blanket." Saturday, Ray McNiece will present his tribute to Woody Guthrie, an American role model for artistic freedom whose 100th birthday would have been this year. Both events are free and open to the public. Western Sullivan Public Library, Narrowsburg Branch, 198 Bridge St. Info: lmoran@rcls.org

Art
Harvest & Heritage Days

Craft vendors, antique dealers, artists, wing & chili taste-off, artisans & specialty food vendors on Main St., Sat. 9am-6pm; Sun. 10am-4pm. Vendors wanted (by 9/14): 570/253-5492.

Honesdale, Community Events
October 7, 2012
A Visit From Johnny Appleseed

Sunday, 1pm at Western Sullivan Public Library, 198 Bridge Street. All Ages! Stories and music!

Narrowsburg, Music
Concert celebrating the harvest season

Music, drama & dance at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 3pm, free (donations welcome). Refreshments. 845/292-4626.

Liberty, Music
Concert: Medeski Martin & Wood

Event Gallery performance at Bethel Woods, 7:30pm, $40. 800/745-3000.

Bethel, Music
Harvest festival

Vendors, live performances, corn & hay mazes, pony rides & more at Bethel Woods, 11am-4pm, parking lots open 10:30am, free admission ($2 parking fee).

Bethel, Community Events
Hike the Minisink Trail

Five-mile loop hike on Shawangunk Ridge w/ Mike Medley. Meet at South Rd. fishing platform to carpool, 9am. RSVP: 845/754-0743.

Westbrookville, Outdoors
Horse-shoe Tournament and Family Fun Day

Benefit for Steve Clifford. Draw teams will start at 11am, start time is 12pm at White Sulphur Firemen's Park. $15 for a delicious Pork BBQ, and $20 for horse-shoe participants. Children under 12 are free.

White Sulphur Springs, Community Events
Inductees honored at banquet

Delaware Valley High School Hall of Fame Committee honors the late Henry Arneberg, Jon Almquist, Jo Benson & Kim Pearce at the Riverview Inn, reception 4pm, dinner & induction ceremony 5pm, adults $40, under age 10 $15. 570/296-1864.

Matamoras, Community Events
Lakeside Players present 'Scandal Point'

Thriller play at the community hall, Fri. & Sat. 7:30pm; Sun. 3pm, $12. RSVP: 570/226-6207.

Lakeville, Theatre
Life chain

Stand & be counted w/ thousands of pro-lifers across America in front of St. Peter's Church, 1-2:30pm. 845/292-4647.

Monticello, Community Events
Meditation for Kids

These classes offer a simple introduction to Buddha’s teachings, emphasizing kindness, respect for others and keeping a happy heart. Suggested for ages 4-10. Class in Conjunction with Prayers for World Peace (for adults)Fee: $1/class, no pre-registration required. Classes are held at The World Peace Temple Kadampa Meditation, 47 Sweeney Road, Sundays, 11am – 12:15 PM

Glen Spey, Community Events
Model train show & sale

Firehouse, 9am-3pm, adults $3, under age 12 free w/ paid adult admission. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/226-3206.

Hawley, Community Events
Rustic craft show

Largest gathering of artisans including woodworkers, jewelry, candles, fiber, fine & folk art at Bethel Woods Harvest Festival field, 11am-4pm. BethelWoodsCenter.org.

Bethel, Community Events
Rustic Craft Show

The Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods 2012 season comes to a close. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; parking lots open at 10:30 a.m. Free admission, $2 parking. Pets not permitted. The day concludes with jam rock fusion trio Medeski Martin & Wood in the Event Gallery at 7:30 p.m. Reserved tickets are $40.00 in advance and on-sale now. Tickets can be purchased at BethelWoodsCenter.org, Ticketmaster or by phone at 1/800/745-3000.

Bethel, Community Events
Solar Sundays

Introduction to energy efficiency & renewable energy, inspection of several on-site systems at Apple Pond Farm & Renewable Energy Education Center, noon-2pm, $20. 845/482-4764.

Callicoon Center, Workshop
SUNDAY NIGHT CINEMA

The Wayne County Arts Alliance’s Sunday Night Cinema will feature the comedy Erik the Viking. Showings are at 8:15 PM at Cinema 6, Route 6 Mall. A donation of $5.00/person is suggested, to help support the activities of the Arts Alliance. The film will be preceded by a short introduction and followed by a discussion.

For more information, please visit waynecountyartsalliance.org or contact Tamara Murray at 570/390-4420.

Honesdale, Film
Workshop: 'A Lotta Ricotta'

Make whole milk ricotta cheese & learn ways to serve it at Apple Pond Farm, 10:30am-12:30pm, $40. RSVP: 845/482-4764.

Callicoon Center, Workshop
October 8, 2012
Board of Directors Meeting

5pm, at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street. All welcome!

Jeffersonville, Meeting
Brandwein Institute Dedicates New Nature Learning Preserve

The Paul-F Brandwein Institute, Inc. is dedicating the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve on Monday, 10am. To attend the dedication ceremony, please arrive at 10am on Monday, at the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve, 390 Minisink Turnpike. To RSVP, please call 570/296-6752 or email dedication@brandwein.org. All RSVP affirmatives are requested by October 5th.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Brandwein Institute Dedicates New Nature Learning Preserve

Please arrive at 10am on Monday, at the Brandwein Nature Learning Preserve, 390 Minisink Turnpike. To RSVP, please call 1/570/296-6752 or email dedication@brandwein.org.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Hell-o-Roma

Check in at the lifeless lobby, get a ghoulish welcome at the deadly front desk, take a ride in the hellavator, walk the haunted hallways, experience guest crypts, enjoy a devilish cocktail at the World's End Lounge & have a slimy snack in the main dying room at Villa Roma (indoor tennis center), $12. 845/887-4880.

Callicoon, Community Events
October 9, 2012
Flu clinic

Town hall, 10am-noon, free w/ Medicare Care card, all others $21 for flu shot, $35 for pneumonia shot. Appointments (not necessary): ehealthscheduling.com/sullivan or 845/292-5910.

Livingston Manor, Community Events
Friday Friends UMW Fundraiser

On Friday, 7-9pm at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, Friday Friends UMW will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Wayne County Children’s Christmas Bureau & SERRV. Please join us for an enjoyable evening of early Christmas shopping, while sharing Christ’s love in our local and global communities. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, see www.beachlakeumc.com or call the church office at 570/729-7011.

Beach Lake, Community Events
Lunch with the Lumberland Fire Department

Lunch provided by Lumberland Senior Club, info provided by fire dept. at the senior center, noon. All welcome.

Glen Spey, Community Events
Meditation Class - Solutions

Each one of us has within us a powerful potential for happiness regardless of the circumstances of our lives. Classes are self-contained; drop in any week. Classes held at the Emerson House at the Hotel Fauchere, 403 Broad Street, Tuesdays, 7 – 8:30 PM. Fee: $10 per class.

Milford, Meeting
Pajama story hour

Ages 2.5-6 enjoy stories, poems, music, rhymes & crafts at the library, Tues., 6:30pm. 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Readings
Short story discussion

"Which New Era Would That Be?" by Nadine Gordimer will be discussed at E.B. Crawford Public Library, 7:30pm. New members welcome. 845/794-4660.

Monticello, Lectures/discussions
Walking program

In the halls of the high school through 11/20, Tues. & Thurs., 6-7pm, Liberty residents $10, non-residents $20. RSVP: 845/292-7690.

Liberty, Community Events
October 10, 2012
Afterschool Book Club

At the Wayne County Public Library, for ages 6-8. We will read “Harry the Poisonous Centipede” by Lynne Reid Banks. We meet each Wednesday from 4-5 p.m. Call the library at 570/253-1220 to register your child.

Wayne County, Readings
Dessert with Mr. Q

Mystery Book club, discussion with dessert! 6:30pm at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street.

Jeffersonville, Lectures/discussions
Flu clinic

Delaware Community Center, 10am-noon, free w/ Medicare Care card, all others $21 for flu shot, $35 for pneumonia shot. Appointments (not necessary): ehealthscheduling.com/sullivan or 845/292-5910.

Callicoon, Community Events
Hadassah meeting

Presentation by Alan & Jo Barrish of their trip to Israel including an archeological dig in Tiberias at Temple Sholom, 7pm, free, refreshments. 845/794-3962 or 439-5708.

Monticello, Meeting
Young artist workshop

Discover other cultures through the arts at Milford Borough Hall, 4-6pm, $25 incl. supplies. RSVP: mliuart@yahoo.com or 570/409-6754.

Milford, Workshop
October 11, 2012
AARP driver safety course

Refresher course for drivers age 50+ for auto insurance discounts at the senior center, 1-5pm, $14, AARP members $12. RSVP: 570/253-4262.

Hawley, Workshop
Bookworm Club

Grades 2-4 enjoy stories, games, crafts & snacks at the library, Thurs., 2:30-4pm. RSVP: 845/292-6070.

Liberty, Meeting
Community Blood Drive

Thursday, 2:30pm - 7:30pm at the Rock Hill Firehouse, 61 Glen Wild Road. FREE T-shirts for all presenting donors. Canteen refreshments courtesy of Rock Hill Pharmacy.

Rock Hill, Community Events
Flu clinic

Senior Youth Center, 10am-noon, free w/ Medicare Care card, all others $21 for flu shot, $35 for pneumonia shot. Appointments (not necessary): ehealthscheduling.com/sullivan or 845/292-5910.

South Fallsburg, Community Events
Friday Friends UMW Fundraiser

On Friday, 7-9pm at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, Friday Friends UMW will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit the Wayne County Children’s Christmas Bureau & SERRV. Please join us for an enjoyable evening of early Christmas shopping, while sharing Christ’s love in our local and global communities. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, see www.beachlakeumc.com or call the church office at 570/729-7011.

Beach Lake, Community Events
Practical Approaches to Guiding Your Clients

Larkin Conference Room at the Orange County Chamber of Commerce Business Center, 30 Scott’s Corners Drive. For directions: www.orangeny.com. Registration: 4:30pm, Seminar: 5-7pm, Networking Cocktail Hour: 7pm. $40/Person. Seating limited. www.cfoc-ny.org, admin@cfoc-ny.org or call 845/769-9393

Montgomery, Lectures/discussions
Story Time

10am - 11am at Western Sullivan Public Library, 19 Center Street.

Jeffersonville, Readings
Volunteer tutor training

The Literacy Center, 5:30-8:30pm. 845/794-0017.

Monticello, Workshop