What's going on in arts, leisure and community May 28 to June 3
DAMASCUS, PA and ONLINE — Workshops from the Farm Arts Collective will be offered online and in-person at the Farm Arts Collective greenhouse on Willow Wisp Organic Farm. Its first workshop of the season, Organic Soil Management, takes place on Saturday, May 30 at 10 a.m. via Zoom.
Dirt Diva Adrianne Picciano and soil expert Roger Hill of Treeline Farm will offer their expertise on soil management for gardens. Roger works closely with Willow Wisp on soil health, and brings a deep knowledge of soil chemistry to the workshop. Adrianne has developed hundreds of gardens for homeowners across the region and shares her practical knowledge about caring for healthy gardens and sourcing local products.
Registration is required at www.bit.ly/FACsoil. Once complete, the zoom link will be sent to you. This workshop is free but donations are greatly appreciated.
FORESTBURGH, NY — During its 74-year history, the Forestburgh Playhouse (FP) has faced many obstacles. as a result of the current global crisis, the future of the FP is in real danger. Producer Franklin Trapp and his staff are focused on doing everything possible to ensure “The Miracle of the Forest” will present the magic of live theatre again next year and proudly celebrate the Playhouse’s 75th anniversary next season.
To accomplish this goal, FP, a nonprofit corporation, announces “75 and Thrive,” a fundraising campaign to save the playhouse. It is seeking friends and supporters to become partners. FP will provide tools like suggested copy, logos, photos and more. To participate, email info@fbplay
house.org with “confirm 75 and thrive partner” in the subject line.
For more information or to make a donation, visit www.fbplayhouse.org.
HONESDALE, PA — While the Wayne County Arts Alliance (WCAA) cannot schedule a reception at this time, visitors are welcome at “The Founders’ Show” exhibit beginning on May 22 at its newest WCAA Main Street Gallery. Attendees must wear a face mask and there will be a limit to the number of people allowed inside at a time.
The exhibit features the works of Pauline and Yanni Glykokokalos, Joan Hill, Robert Lander, Anne Nocera and Katrin Tralongo. It is open to the public upstairs at Missing Pieces. Hours are Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.