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Week of March 6 2014

March 7, 2014
First Friday at the Calder Cafe

Join your neighbors for coffee, tea, and music at the Equinunk Historical Society. Doors open at 6:30pm, music starts 7:15. Refreshments available for purchase. Located in the center of Equinunk, at jct. of Rte. 191 and Pine Mill Rd. Performers, call 570/224-0223 to sign up. Acoustic only. Free. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Music
First Friday Networking Breakfast

Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce First Friday Networking Breakfast at Sullivan ARC, 7:45-9am. $15 members/$25 non-members. RSVP by March 6. Call 845/791-4200 or email office@catskills.com.

Monticello, Community Events
Karaoke

Karaoke at the Callicoon Brewery on Upper Main Street, 9pm-midnight. Admission is free and the Callicoon Brewery has a variety of locally brewed beers and homemade food.

Callicoon, Community Events
Pasta night

Pasta night takeout only at the Eldred Town Hall, 4-7pm. Sponsored by the Auxiliary of the Highland Lake Fire Department. Homemade Italian specialties. Adults $7, children $4.

Eldred, Community Events
March 8, 2014
A hundred voices, one woman: Julia Easterlin

Harmony Presents one-woman chorus Julia Easterlin at the Hawley Silk Mill, 7:30pm. This musician echoes the likes of artists like Feist, Regina Spektor, Florence and the Machine and DiDo. $16 advance, $20 at the door. www.harmonypresents.com.

Hawley, Music
Author Suzanne Bloom at the Western Sullivan Public Library

The Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library welcomes author Suzanne Bloom as she reads from her book "A Splendid Friend Indeed," 3pm. All ages welcome. There will be a closed workshop offered to ten participants at 4pm following the reading. Pre-register: 845/252-3360 or pgreenlaw@rcls.org.

Callicoon, Readings
Celtic band RUNA

RUNA will be at The Cooperage at 1030 Main St., 7:30pm. RUNA is a Celtic roots music band who draws on the diverse musical backgrounds of its band members and offers a contemporary and refreshing approach to traditional and more recently composed Celtic material. thecooperageproject.org.

Honesdale, Music
Corned beef dinner

The Forestburgh Fire Company will hold a corned beef dinner at the firehouse, 5-7pm. The cost is $12 for adults and $6 for children under 12. There will be no charge for children under six. Take-outs will be available.

Food, Forestburgh
Free computer support

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

Narrowsburg, Workshop
Live music at Callicoon Brewing

Vinsanity playing at Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main Street, 9pm. Special guests. No cover charge. 845/887-5500.

Callicoon, Music
Local History Festival

First Annual Wayne/Pike Local History Festival at the Hawley Silk Mill, a national historic landmark, 12 noon-5pm. Local historical groups sharing information about their facilities and calendars. 570/390-4747 or artontheedgepa@gmail or 570/226-0782 or juanesp@ptd.net.

Hawley, Community Events
Mardi Gras party at Rockland House

The Roscoe Chamber of Commerce will celebrate Mardi Gras at the Rockland House, 6-10pm. Light appetizers, buffet, dessert, coffee/tea. Cash Bar, live music by Jon Zanger, and dancing. Raffles, 50/50 tickets, prize giveaways. Limited seating. Reservations a must. Tickets: $35 each. 607/498-5222 x-306.

Roscoe, Community Events
Mardi Gras party at Shady Lady

Music and dancing at My Shady Lady, 170 E. Front St, 7-11pm. Food available for purchase. Featuring Cajun menu. Music by Terry Rockwell. Door opens at 6. Cajun/Zydeco music during intermissions. $8 cover charge. 50/50 raffle. www.myshadylady.com. 607/821-1606.

Hancock, Music
Spaghetti dinner fundraiser

Middletown Masons and Lions hold spaghetti dinner and basket raffle fundraiser to benefit Middletown Interfaith Council’s Food Pantry and the “No Kid Hungry” weekend backpack program at Hoffman Masonic Lodge #412, 4-7pm. Donations $10 for adults; $5 for children 11 and under. 845/294-9557, or 845/343-1089.

Middletown, Community Events
Stars of Tomorrow Tricky Tray

"Stars Of Tomorrow" Tricky Tray to be held at the Port Jervis High School, 10 Route 209. Doors open at noon, calling at 2pm. Tickets are $1 per sheet. 50/50 table, special tables, raffle prizes, door prizes, kids welcome, refreshments available. Sponsored by the BPW of Port Jervis. 845/856-5090.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Sullivan County Songwriters Circle

Sullivan County Songwriters Circle at the Dancing Cat’s Catskill Distillery Company, 3-5pm. Workshop for songwriters to share their songs, craft and influences. Free and open to the public. 845/583-3141.

Bethel, Music
March 9, 2014
Benefit pancake breakfast

Pancake breakfast (benefit of Lucy Kunz, a Roscoe/Downsville soccer athlete going to Italy over spring break to play soccer) at the Cooks Falls Fire hall, 7am-12noon. Pancakes (regular, red velvet or blueberry), sausage, eggs, home fries, toast, OJ, coffee, tea or milk. Free will offering and a 50/50 raffle. 607/498-5395.

Beaverkill, Food
Keyboards Wizard Bob Malone

Riverfolk Concerts presents Bob Malone, keyboards player for John Fogerty for a solo show at The Cooperage, 3pm. A hybrid of rock, blues, and New Orleans R&B. The New Yorker calls Malone “A Keyboards Wizard.” $18/advance, $20/door. www.riverfolkconcerts.com. 845/252-6783.

Honesdale, Music
Pancake breakfast

The Loch Sheldrake Fire Department hosts annual spring breakfast, 7am until noon. Buttermilk pancakes, eggs from local producers in Woodridge, and fresh sausage from Pecks Market, coffee, tea and orange juice. $7 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, and children 5 and under are free. Tickets and raffles available at the door.

Food, Loch Sheldrake
Philatelic Society meeting

meeting of the Sullivan County Philatelic Society in the ted Stroebele Center, 2 Jefferson St., 1pm. There will be a DVD relating to stamps, a 5 lot mini auction, and a short discussion.

Monticello, Meeting
Story Time with Clifford

The Ann Street School will host Story Time with Clifford, The Big Red Dog, 1pm and 3pm. A Scholastic Book Fair will be held from 1-4pm for those who would like to purchase children’s books and gifts. At both story times pictures with Clifford will be available and Clifford will do a free book signing. 570/296-6124.

Milford, Readings
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship service

Join the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship for its service at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. Tom Lisenbee will speak then lead a discussion on the Book of Job. The program will be followed by refreshments and a social time.

Beach Lake, Community Events
Yoga for Arthritis Prevention and Joint Health

"Yoga for Arthritis Prevention and Joint Health Series: Increase Flexibility and Strength, Release Stress" at Radiant Yoga, 10am. All ages, sizes and abilities. Registration 845/866-7822. www.MyRadiantYoga.com.

Mountaindale, Workshop
March 10, 2014
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
Living With Alzheimer's 4-Part Series

This is a free 4-part series educational program for caregivers presented by the Alzheimer's Association, 384 Crystal Run Road (Suite 102), 2-3:30pm. 845/695-2247.

Middletown, Lectures/discussions
Monday Night Cinema

The Wayne County Arts Alliance Monday Night Cinema at Cinema 6 movie theater, 7pm. In honor of Cinema 6's new digital projectors, the 2014 season features visually arresting films best seen on the big screen. The program begins with a brief introduction, and ends with a discussion after the film. $6 suggested. 570/851-2550.

Honesdale, Film
March 11, 2014
Ann Street School open house

The Ann Street School will host an open house, 4-7pm. Meet the teachers and tour the school. 570/296-6124.

Milford, Community Events
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
Milford Garden Club meeting

The Milford Garden Club's first meeting in 2014 is at the First Presbyterian Church, on the corner of Broad and Ann Streets, 1pm. The program for this meeting is called "The Cut." A representative from the Cornell Extension Group is presenting a program on how to prune your garden. 570/686-1043.

Milford, Community Events
March 12, 2014
Bus trip to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs

Hawley Women's Club bus trip to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs sponsored. Cost of $25 includes bus, $10 food voucher and $15 in slot play. Funds go to scholarships for graduating high school seniors and donations to local charities. RSVP: 570/226-6588.

Hawley, Community Events
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
How to Control and Maintain Your Computer

How to Control and Maintain Your Computer at the Delaware Free Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library in Callicoon, 10am-12 noon. 845/887-4040.

Callicoon, Workshop
Lenten soup lunch

Lenten soup lunch at Drew United Methodist Church, 12 noon. Every Wednesday during Lent. Includes lunch and guest speaker. Cost: $3, includes soup, bread, beverage and dessert. 856/856-3423.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Open mic night at The Cooperage

Open mic night at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. Hosted by The Crackers. The board fills up quickly, so come early to sign-up. Donation based event. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, Music
March 13, 2014
The Patriot Connectors meeting

The monthly meeting for The Patriot Connectors will be held at the Wallenpaupack High School, 7-9pm. The meeting will host Anthony Antonello, a feature writer for the W-B Independent Gazette. He is an investigative journalist, radio host and film producer.

Hawley, Meeting
Web forum on Act 13

Delaware Riverkeeper Network hosts a live forum with the lead litigators and litigants of the landmark Act 13 case, the case in which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declared that the rights of pure water, clean air, and a healthy environment must be protected by state and local legislators. Watch live or over the web: http://bit.ly/DRN-Act13Forum.

Region, Lectures/discussions