What's going on in your community January 2 to January 8
LIBERTY, NY — On Sunday, December 22, the Family Council of the Care Center at Sunset Lake used its new projector screen system to show the classic movie “A Christmas Carol.”
The Family Council has existed at the facility for almost 30 years. Members consist of family members and friends of residents, past and present. Thanks to generous donations, memberships and memorials, the council, over the years, has been able to purchase televisions, pianos, patio furniture and a patio awning, as well as providing entertainment, including gifted performers from the Shandelee Music Festival.
All attending were happy to celebrate the council’s gift this holiday season.
BEACH LAKE, PA — Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River (S&RR) welcomes Michelle Blockberger as the new administrative officer. Blockberger has more than 15 years of experience in federal service and has served as an administrative assistant at Upper Delaware S&RR since 2014.
Blockberger stated, “I am so excited to join the management and administrative teams at Upper Delaware, and I look forward to the challenges ahead in my new assignment in an area I love and have called home for so long.” Blockberger lives in Honesdale, PA with her husband.
ELDRED, NY — Beginning on Thursday, January 9, the Sunshine Hall Free Library will be open from 12 noon to 4:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Hours for the rest of the week will remain the same.
Visit www.sunshinehallfreelibrary.org for more information.
WESTERN SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Western Sullivan Public Library has announced a new weekly series centered around the internet and technology with different topics each week beginning in January. The hour-long program will provide current information and updates of services and resources available in the library. Each topic is designed to help participants navigate and use technology with confidence.
The program will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. on Mondays at the Callicoon location, Wednesdays at the Narrowsburg location and Fridays at the Jeffersonville location.
For more information, visit www.WSPLonline.org.
NARROWSBURG, NY — On Sunday, January 5 at 10:15 a.m., the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will have a video screening: “In an age where more than half of Americans no longer worship, Rev. Dr. Daniel Kanter who serves as senior minister of the First Unitarian Church of Dallas, TX, has a provocative sermon that looks at five reasons why one shouldn’t be a Unitarian Universalist. Kanter is the author of the book “Faith for the Unbeliever.”
All are invited to the one-hour service held in Room 102 of the Narrowsburg Union. Directions can be found at www.uduuf.org.