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Week of May 15 2014

May 15, 2014
Family Game Night at The Cooperage

Love games? The Cooperage Project invites you to bring your whole family down to the The Cooperage for a night of games, 6-9pm. Board games, card games, brain games, all kinds of games to play. But if you have a favorite, bring it. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, 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
Roast pork dinner

Roast pork dinner at the Masonic Hall, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. $10. Benefits Delaware-Sullivan District Order of Eastern Star. 607/363-7404.

Food, Livingston Manor
Third Thursday Evening Mixer

Third Thursday Evening Mixer at Superior Building Supply, 5:30-7pm. Sponsor: Superior Building Supply. Building expo: 1-9pm with BBQ at 6pm. Free. RSVP by 3pm on May 14. 845/791-4200 or email Office@catskills.com.

Neversink, Community Events
Vaudeville in the Catskills - Celebrates the Golden Age!

Auditions at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St., 6-8:30pm. Seeking: Comics, Singers, Dancers & Musical Acts. This year's production theme: 1940's-1950's, Catskills Hotel Era & its Legendary Entertainers. Performance dates Aug. 22-24. Sponsored by the SC Historical Society. Produced by Bethel Theatre Works.

Hurleyville, Theatre
Vendors Night

The Sullivan County Board of Realtors will host their annual Vendors Night at The Eagle’s Nest Restaurant, 4-7pm. This is an opportunity for businesses in related fields to enjoy one-on-one contact with realtors. 845/794-2735.

Bloomingburg, Meeting
May 16, 2014
Book signing

Book signing for mayor of Bethany Margaret Freeman's new book "It's About Time" at the Bethany Library, 7pm.

Bethany, Community Events
Live music at Glass

Live Music Friday with Rick "Noodles" Horvath at Glass—wine.bar.kitchen., 8-11pm. A rotating line-up of live music in the lounge. No cover charge. info@ledgeshotel.com or 570/226-1337.

Hawley, Music
Paddle on the Lake

Join Lake Wallenpaupack’s Nick Spinelli for a fun kayak/canoe paddle and educational program on the lake at PPL Environmental Learning Center, 5:30-8pm. Kayaks will be available for rent by NEWE (fees apply) or you may bring your own. 570/253-7001.

Hawley, Community Events
Plant sale

Roscoe Garden Club annual plant sale at the Roscoe Community Center.

Roscoe, Community Events
May 17, 2014
Americana Cajun Jazz with The Amigos Band

The Amigos Band (formerly The Tres Amigos), an American folk band, play at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, 7:30pm. They have appeared in recent performances with Pete Seeger, David Amram, New Orleans’ Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and bluegrass legend Tony Rice. Tickets $16 advance, $20 at the door. www.harmonypresents.com.

Hawley, Music
Annual Spring Plant and Book Sale

The Friends of the Mamakating Library will hold the annual spring Plant and Book Sale at the library, 156 Sullivan St., 9am-2pm. 845/888-8004.

Wurtsboro, Community Events
Barryville Farmers' Market

Barryville Farmers' Market season’s grand opening behind the River Market on Route 97, 10am-1pm. Runs every Saturday through October 25th (rain or shine). www.barryvillefarmersmarket.com.

Barryville, Community Events
Basic Boating Safety Course

Get a jump on the boating season by taking a safe boating course at PPL Environmental Learning Center, 9am-4pm. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s eight-hour boating safety class gives boaters practical information so they can make more informed decisions on the water. 570/253-7001.

Hawley, Workshop
Big breakfast

All-u-can-eat breakfast at Post 1266, 92 Pine St., 8-11am. $6 at the door. Military-style breakfast chow line prepared and served by authentic former military veteran cooks. Benefits the Wurtsboro Memorial Day Parade and other community programs of Post 1266 American Legion. 845/888-4958.

Food, Wurtsboro
Celebrate Garden Day

The LARC team: LM Library, Sullivan County Audubon, the LM Renaissance and LM Chamber of Commerce present all things garden. Plants for sale, lectures at CAS, special displays like Wendy Hollander, botanical artist at Morgan Outdoors, Audubon giving away milkweed. www.livingstonmanor.org.

Livingston Manor, Community Events
Country Night

Country Night featuring the Back Porch Gang and DJ Good Vibrations at the firehouse 7-11pm. Tickets: $10 in advance or $15 at the door. Light refreshments. 845/434-6763 or 845/428-0557.

Woodbourne, Community Events
Family Bingo

Lackawaxen Township Ambulance Service Family Bingo at Masthope Mountain Community Lodge, 196 Karl Hope Blvd. 570/685-4022.

Lackawaxen, Community Events
Flea market and bake sale

Flea market and bake sale at the United Methodist Church, 10am-3pm. All proceeds benefit youth activities and programs. 845/747-2440.

White Sulphur Springs, Community Events
Free computer support

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

Narrowsburg, Workshop
Free tastings and demos

Free tastings and demos every Saturday at the Mill Market in the Hawley Silk Mill, Suite #111, 11am-1pm. info@MillMarketPA.com or 570/390-4440.

Hawley, Community Events
Health & Craft Fair

Annual Health & Craft Fair at the Grover M. Hermann Hospital, 8am-2pm. Free health screenings, health information booths and presentations, craft fair, a flea market, vendors, raffles, a 50/50 drawing, a bake sale, refreshments and live entertainment. Chicken barbeque from 11:30am-1:30pm for $10. 845/932-8487.

Callicoon, Community Events
Ivy Vine Players puppet program

In celebration of Children’s Book Week the Port Jervis Free Library presents “The Ivy Vine Players” at 1pm. Using dozens of her handmade puppets, the one-woman show known as The Ivy Vine Players Puppet Theater presents an interactive, musical program for all. Free program for all ages. Register: 845/856-7313.

Port Jervis, Theatre
Kiwanis Family Walks for Hunger

Kiwanis Family Walks for Hunger sponsored by Callicoon, Monticello, Roscoe & Woodridge Kiwanis Clubs to benefit the Food Bank of Hudson Valley. Registration at 9:am at Firehuse; walk at 10am at Rails to Trails. Fee is donation of perishable food item or monetary donation. 845/469-2534.

Mountaindale, Community Events
Live music and dance

Live music and dance at My Shady Lady. Featuring Terry Rockwell on keyboard with a variety of music: country, swing, oldies and goodies from the '50s, '60s and '70s. Food, beer and wine available. Cover charge: $9. Check website for last minute changes, myshadylady.com.

Hancock, Music
Live music at Callicoon Brewing

Little Sparrow performing at Callicoon Brewing Company, 16 Upper Main Street, 7-10pm. No cover. 845/887-5500.

Callicoon, Music
Live music at Ehrhardt's Waterfront Restaurant

Stop by Ehrhardt's Pub for delicious food, great drink specials and live music with stellar local bands from 9pm-1am.

Hawley, Music
Live music at Settlers Inn

Live music in the dining room with Dan Bradley at The Settlers Inn, 6-9pm. Email desk@thesettlersinn.com, or 570/226-2993.

Hawley, Music
Nature Watch

10am-4pm Sat. & Sun only. View nesting bald eagles and more through powerful telescopes. Nature Watch volunteers on hand answer questions about an amazing wetland. Fun for all ages. DEC boat launch across from 1131 South Road, Wurtsboro. Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association, thebashakill.org, 845/888-0261.

Wurtsboro, Outdoors
New flea market

There's a new flea market in town every third Saturday of the month thru September, visit the Manchester Community Library at 3879 Hancock Hwy, (Rte. 191) from 9am-1.m. Vendors welcome, $5/space. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Community Events
Plant sale

Roscoe Garden Club annual plant sale at the Roscoe Community Center.

Roscoe, Community Events
Ramps Fest

Slow Food Upper Delaware River Valley presents Ramp Art: Edible Plants Wild and Cultivated at Morgan Outdoors, 5:30-7pm. Art by Wendy Hollander and "Ramps 101: Foraging, Conservation, Cooking and Ramp Treats." 845/439-5507.

Food, Livingston Manor
Relay for Life Car Wash

The Jeff Bank Relay for Life team will be having a car wash and bake sale at Jeff Bank in Jeffersonville, 12 noon. 845/482-4000.

Jeffersonville, Community Events
The Sleeping Beauty ballet

The Delaware Valley Dance Company will perform "The Sleeping Beauty" at the Delaware Valley High School on Route 6, two performances at 12 noon and 7pm. Tickets in advance $12, $8 for children and seniors. Tickets at the door $14, $10 for children and seniors. 845/856-3373.

Milford, Theatre
Tour the gardens at Grey Towers

Meet horticulturist Elizabeth Hawke at the Visitor Pavilion at Grey Towers at 11am for a guided tour of native flowering shrubs, the historic Sweet Cherry Tree, the flowering bulbs in the landscape, and a tour of the historic landscape. Reservations suggested. 570/296-9630. Regular tour fees apply.

Milford, Outdoors
Vaudeville in the Catskills - Celebrates the Golden Age!

Auditions at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St., 1-4pm. Seeking: Comics, Singers, Dancers & Musical Acts. This year's production theme: 1940's-1950's, Catskills Hotel Era & its Legendary Entertainers. Performance dates Aug. 22-24. Sponsored by the SC Historical Society. Produced by Bethel Theatre Works.

Hurleyville, Theatre
May 18, 2014
'Feelin' Good' with The Delaware Valley Choral Society

A program featuring the American composers Steven Foster and George Gershwin and American folk music under the baton of Music Director Jeffrey Fornoff at Dingman Delaware Middle School. Special guest appearances by folk song singers Ken DeAngelis and Julie Ziavras. 570/267-8773.

Dingmans Ferry, Music
Argentine Tango at The Cooperage

Argentine Tango is coming to The Cooperage for an introductory discussion and workshop on the basic steps of Argentine Tango, 3-6pm. Brought to you by Karen and Mike Lucey of “Tango in the Tent,” a tango organization based out of Factoryville, PA. 570/253-2020.

Honesdale, 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
Country Jamboree

Country Jamboree at Indian Head Camp, 12 noon. Dancing, food, Chinese auction, children's games, penny social, face painting. Admission: $5, children under 12 years old free. Proceeds benefit pediatric services at Geisinger Medical Center.

Equinunk, Community Events
Hike to Gobbler's Knob

Hike to beautiful views from the Shawangunk Ridge, site of the proposed Basherkill subdivision. Trail gains almost 450 vertical feet from start to Gobbler’s Knob, which is almost 1,000 feet high. Wear sturdy shoes, bring water. Meet 10am, DEC fishing platform, Indian Orchard Road (South Road). Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org

Westbrookville, Outdoors
Indoor flea market

Indoor flea market held every Sunday at VFW Post #161, Owen Street, 7:30am-3pm. Table rentals $10 each. Refreshments sold. 845/856-7633.

Port Jervis, Community Events
Pine Mill Community Hall pancake breakfast

The Pine Mill Community Hall's regular monthly Pancake Breakfast at 919 Pine Mill Rd. 7:30-11:30am. The menu includes cheese omelets or eggs the way you like them, plain or blueberry pancakes, sausage, home fries, juice, and coffee or tea for $7. Under twelve, half portion, 3.50. 570/224-8500.

Equinunk, Food
Ramps Fest

Slow Food Upper Delaware River presents Ramps Fest at the Callicoon Farmers' Market, 11am-2pm. Ramp recipe tasting and cooking demos all day. RampART tent for kids. Ramp recipe competition, 102pm. www.slowfoodupderiva.org.

Callicoon, Food
Sundays with Friends music series

Sundays with Friends at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Event Gallery, 2pm. Anne-Marie McDermott, piano. Works of Haydn, Charles Wuorinen, Karen LeFrak and Prokofiev. Price: $57 advance; $20 students. 1-866-781-2922.

Bethel, Music
Talk on En Plain Air

Sunshine Hall Free Library presents artist and author Joan Polishook, 2-4pm. Her topic, En Plein Air, will be about her love for the natural world as seen in her paintings and books. 845/557-3452.

Eldred, Lectures/discussions
Talk on Ghanian culture

As a prospective bride and eventually a wife, Penelope Ghartey will describe her experiences with a traditional Ghanian family during the mid-1960s, when the culture of the country was changing and becoming more anglicized, at the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am.

Beach Lake, Lectures/discussions
Treasures from the Attic

Treasures from the Attic with appraisal by Richard Axtell presented by the Sullivan County Historical Society at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St., 1–4pm. Cost is $5 per item, with limit to 3 items per person. 845/434-8044, www.sullivancountyhistory.org.

Hurleyville, Community Events
May 19, 2014
Community blood drive

Community blood drive sponsored by Roscoe Kiwanis Club at the Roscoe Community Center, 12noon-7pm. 607/498-4976.

Roscoe, Community Events
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
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
May 20, 2014
Bake sale

"What's for Dinner?" Election Day bake sale and hoagie sale at the Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Rd. Bake sale begins at 12 noon, hoagie sale begins at 3pm. Benefits Tri-Gal 4-H Club.

Damascus, Community Events
Bus trip to Corning Museum of Glass

Lake Seneca cruise and guided tour of Corning Museum of Glass on June 26. Narrated sightseeing cruise followed by lunch at Seneca Harbor Station Restaurant on Lake Seneca in Watkins Glen. Bus departs 7am from Route 6 Mall, and returns approximately 7pm. $90, due by May 20. 570/253-4931.

Honesdale, Community Events
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
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
Free hair styling program

Local salon owner Noel Vincente will teach basic hair styling techniques at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 6pm. Learn how to create sophisticated hairstyles that can be worn to a variety of events. Free. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. 845/794-4660 x. 8.

Monticello, Workshop
New member tea

Tea time with the Milford Garden Club at the Riverview Inn, 400 Shay Lane, 1pm. You do not have to be a Garden Club member to attend. Cost is $20. Contact Ann Marie Catalano for your ticket at 570/491-5614.

Matamoras, Community Events
Spaghetti dinner fundraiser

Liberty Faculty Association spaghetti dinner in the Liberty High School cafeteria, 5-7pm. Fundraiser for the George Hutchinson Scholarship Fund. Adults $8, seniors/students $5, children (under 5) $3. 845/292-5400.

Liberty, Community Events
May 21, 2014
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
Hawley Women's Club bus trip to "New York City on your own"

Bus trip to "New York City on your own." See a show, go shopping, go to lunch. The Hawley Women's Club bus trips raise funds for scholarships for graduating WAHS seniors and donations to local charities. 570/226-6588.

Hawley, Outdoors
Professional Women of Sullivan County Annual Scholarship Awards Dinner

Professional Women of Sullivan County Annual Scholarship Awards Dinner at Bernie's Holiday Restaurant, 6pm, dinner served at 6:30pm. Ten scholarships will be awarded.

Rock Hill, 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
Tri-Chamber mixer

Tri-Chamber mixer and business card exchange at Cove Haven's Lookout Lounge, 5:30-7:30pm. Food, drinks, prizes and networking. Contact any of the chambers.

Lakeville, Community Events
May 22, 2014
Free business seminar

The Greater Honesdale Partnership, in conjunction with the University of Scranton Small Business Development Center, will host “Improving Your Decision Making Skills” at The Honesdale National Bank, 6-8pm. Register: 570/253-5492.

Honesdale, Lectures/discussions