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  • THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
    • AARP Driver Safety Program, Sept 29 & 30. 8 a.m. - Noon. Honesdale. Eight hour
    classroom refresher/defensive driving course open to all drivers 50 & older. Fee $14
    per person, payable in advance. Class size is limited. Must attend both sessions for
    certification. To register/info/directions call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging
    253-4262
    • Diversify Your Dairy with Value Added Processing, 9 a.m. - Noon, Raindance Frarm,
    2454 County Hwy. 35S, Chenevus, NY. Learn about incorporating cheese production into
    your dairy farm. Refreshments will be provided. Free and open to the public. For
    much more info vista www.nodpa.com or call Nora Owens at 413-772-0444.
    • Fall Rummage Sale, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Drew UMC, 49-51 Sussex St., Port Jervis, NY.
    Come find a special treasure or clothing you can use.
    • Greater Honesdale Partnership Monthly Business Owners Get Together, 6:30 p.m. The
    Wayne Independent. Do not have to be a GHP member to attend.  
    • NEPA B2B Meeting, 8-9 a.m. Friendly’s Restaurant, 708 N. Blakely, Dunmore.
    Make contacts, share ideas, learn to market your business. Every Thursday.
     
    • T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of
    Hawley, 815 Church St. Info 226-4835
     
    • Uniform, Shoe & Accessory Sale, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Marian Hall Auditorium, 141 Salem
    Ave., Carbondale. Public is welcome. Sponsored by Marian Community Hospital
    Auxiliary.
    • Wayne County Historical Society $$Cash Raffle$$, Tickets now on sale at the
    Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., Honesdale. Tickets $5 each with top prize of
    $1,000. Winners drawn at the WCHS Holiday Open House, Sat. Nov 26. Need not be
    present to win. Tickets avail from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday.
    253-5468.
    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30
    • 2nd Annual Quilter's Retreat, Sept. 30 - Oct. 2. Cherry Ridge Campground,
    Honesdale. Classes, vendors and food. Where you can work on your own project, or
    join a class. Classes are half or full day on various topics, ten classes offered.
    For class info quilters-retreat.webs.com. Questions Chris O'Dea at  941-662-0693 or
    jeodea@aol.com
     Meals avail on site at a reasonable cost.
    • 8th Annual Fall Carve-In, Sept. 30 - Oct. 2, Cherry Ridge Campground, Honesdale.
    Learn how to carve wood, or improve your skills. Gather and share stories. Bring
    your tools and projects, carvers of all levels welcomed. Some instructors avail.
    Questions call Bob Muller 448-9017 or e-mail rmuller@nep.net
     or
    cherryridge-woodcarvers.webs.com/fallcarvein.htm
    Meals avail on site at a reasonable cost.
    Page 2 of 20 - • Annual Preservation Awards Dinner of the Wallenpaupack Historical Society, 6 p.m.
    Ehrhardt's Restaurant. Open to the public, $50 per person. For reservations call
    Nancy at 226-6596. Entertainment by Young Geezers. Cash bar and social hour at 6,
    dinner at 7, followed by program.
    • Book Donations Sought, gently used books of all kinds being accepted on behalf of
    the West Pittston Library which suffered major losses during the Flood of 2011.
    Donations can be dropped off at Woodforest National Bank, in the Honesdale Wal-Mart
    branch or Milford Wal-Mart branch. Hours are Mon. - Fri. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sat. 10
    a.m. - 4 p.m. and Sun. Noon - 4 p.m. For info 251-8730.
    • Dinner & Auction Event, 6 p.m. The Historic Skytop Lodge, Skytop. Benefits
    Devereux, Pocono Programs and Services, Serving Individuals with Special Needs. For
    information contact Cassandra Cleveland 676-3417.
    • Fall Church Bus Tour, Reservation deadline 9/30. Event Oct. 8. Departs Rt. 6 Plaza
    9 a.m. Stops at nine churches. Price includes lunch and dinner at Beach Lake Fire
    Hall. $45 for WCHS, $50 for non-members,reservations at WCHS, 810 Main St.,
    Honesdale, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. or 253-3240
    • Fall Rummage Sale, 9 a.m.  - 2 p.m. Drew UMC, 49-51 Sussex St., Port Jervis, NY.
    Come find a special treasure or clothing you can use.
    • Penn State Master Gardener, 10 a.m.- Noon. Penn State Ext. office, 514 Broad St.,
    Milford. Have a garden or lawn question you can't find the answer to or a bug you
    can't identify? Then come with your questions. Free. 296-3400 or e-mail
    PikeExt@psu.edu
    • Rededication / Open House”:  1 p.m. - 3 p.m. Robert J. Drake Senior Community, 300
    Park St., Hawley. Celebrating the completion of the new addition and rededication of
    our center to our community of seniors. The public is invited. Entertainment, light
    refreshments. Info 226-4209.
    • Webinar: Northeast Wood Energy, Noon - 1 p.m.  Topic, Forest Biomass and
    Bioenergy: Opportunities and Constraints. To view you must sing up for a free
    "Friends of Penn State" account at https://fps.psu.edu/mkuser/ to view webinar
    http://extension.psu.edu/energy/wood-energy/northeast-wood-biomass-energy-program/webinars
    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1
    • 1950's Dinner Dance, 7-11 p.m. St. Patrick's Hall, East High St., Milford. Full
    dinner including soft drinks, coffee, dessert (BYOB), 50/50, door prizes, music by
    Ron Richardson. Tickets in advance $25, at the door $30, at the parish office during
    10 a.m. - 2 p.m., The Church of the Good Shepherd, West Catherine St., or Uniquely
    Yours, 310 Broad St. Questions call 296-5564.
    • Adopt a Family: A family, organization, group, club, or even a communal gathering
    Page 3 of 20 - of friends can "Adopt A Family" for Christmas. Your generosity will help make the
    Holiday Season bright for the families using the Wayne County Children’s Christmas
    Bureau. Call or e-mail Carleen during October and say, "We want to adopt a family
    this Christmas!"  at 570-253-4262 or cfaatz@co.wayne.pa.us
    • All Homemade German Style Dinner, 3-7 p.m. Blooming Grove Twp. Vol. Fire Dept.,
    484 Rt. 739, Lords Valley. Adults $12, children under 10 $5, children under 3/free.
    • Bag Day, 9 - 11  a.m. Drew UMC, 49-51 Sussex St., Port Jervis, NY. Come find a
    special treasure or clothing you can use.
    • Bake/Deli/Rummage Sale, 12-3 p.m. The Equinunk United Methodist Church.
    Rummage sale only Thurs. Oct. 6, 7-9 p.m. Bag Sale on Sat., Oct., 8, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
    • Blessing of the Animals, 110a.m., Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of Peace Church,
    Hawley. In the parking lot behind the church. Registration at 10:30 a.m. St. Francis
    medals for your pets will be available for the first one hundred requests.Donations
    for the St. Francis medals will be accepted for Dessin Animal Shelter. Please make
    sure all pets are secure/leashed and we ask that you clean up after your pet. Treats
    for “People” & “Pets” will be for sale, before and after the blessing.
    • Bus Tour, Sustainable Energy Ed. & Development Support (SEEDS), 8 a.m., Begins in
    Honesdale. A bus tour of buildings in NEPA that have used renewable energy, high
    efficiency and other conservation measures to save money and resources. $25 per
    person. Limited space. Sign up soon by calling Kathy 698-6173 or e-mail
    kathy@seedsgroup.net
    • Country Style Pancake and Sausage Breakfast, 7 - 11 a.m.  East Ararat U.M. Church.
    Adults $7, Children 6-12 $3, Under 6 - free.
    • Free Luncheon, Noon - 1 p.m. Sojourner’s Cafe, Hawley UMC, Church St.
     & Maple Ave., Hawley. A free luncheon open to the public every first, third and
    fifth Sat. of each month.
     
    • Fundraising Dance to help fight Breast Cancer, 6:30 - 10:30 p.m. Pocono Woodlands
    Clubhouse, Marigold St., Raymondskill Rd., Milford. Hors D'oeuvres, dessert, coffee,
    tea, BYOB, dance to the lights and sounds of Generation 2 Disc Jockies Connection.
    Tickets $20, $25 at the door. All proceeds donated to Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.
    686-5161.
    • Gas Drilling Awareness Walk, 1 p.m. Central Park, Honesdale. Come hand out
    educational material to the citizens that rely on clean water and help show them how
    they can defend it.
    • Go Green Bike Tour, Check in begins 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.. Lackawanna State Park,
    Page 4 of 20 - Dalton.  Register prior to 9/26 $25, after the 26th $35. Trail Hike also avail for
    $10, two groups. Helmets are required, raffle to be held at 2 p.m. For full
    details/registration and rules visit BikeReg.com
    • Ham Dinner, take outs begin 3:30 p.m., serving  4 p.m. the Lake Como UMC, Lake
    Como. Donations: Adults $9, Children $6. Sponsored by church trustees.
    • Joel Hill Sawmill Public Demonstration, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Call EHS at 224-6722 for
    information and directions. Bring the whole family to this beautiful location to
    watch the big blade saw logs into lumber the old-fashioned way. Cider, doughnuts and
    fall foliage will complete the day’s entertainment.
    • "Music of Our Time", 8 p.m. Tusten Theater, 210 Bridge St., Narrowsburg, NY. World
    premier of the "Oboe Concerto" with Molly Raum performing the solo part, accompanied
    by The Delaware Valley Chamber Orchestra conducted by John Yaffe. Tickets $15 at the
    Tunsten Theatre box office at 845-252-7272, at the door performance evening. For
    info call 845-252-7576 or www.ArtsAllianceSite.org
    • October German Dinner, 4-7 p.m. Blooming Grove Vol. Fire Dept., 484 Rt. 739, Lords
    Valley, (1 mile north of i-84) Adults $12, children  $5 and children under age 3
    free.
    • Pearl Cafe, Noon. Abrahamsville United Methodist Church, 623 Callicoon Rd.,
    Damascus. Free community meal, first Sat. of every month. Info 224-4637.
    • Roast Pork Dinner, 5 - 7 p.m. Masonic Building, 41 Sussex St., Port Jervis, NY.
    Eat in or take out. Adults $9. kids under 10, $5. Benefits the projects of River
    Valley Chapter #33, Order of the Eastern Star. Tickets/info 845-856-7059.
    • Run to Read, 5K Run Walk Benefit, Register 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. 9 a.m. start, Bingham
    Park, Hawley. Registration $15, to the Hawley Public Library. Rain or shine.
    Questions 226-3400 or 226-4620. Benefits the Hawley Public Library.
    • Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion: Fall Foliage Explorer, Departs 9:30 a.m. and 2:30
    p.m.. For information call 866-637-2457 or visit www.waynecountycc.com
    • Team RunStar 5K Charity Run/Walk, register at 7:30 - 8:30 a.m., start time 9 a.m.
    Lodge at Keen Lake, US 6, just 1.4 miles east of PA 296, Waymart. Food, medals,
    music, raceshirts (first 150). Everyone welcome. Info/register www.teamrunstar.com
    Proceeds go to Dyberry Day Camp, helping local children with disabilities.
    • Wayne County Chamber 50/50 Drawing, Nov. 17. All cash prizes 1st - $3,500; 2nd -
    $1,000; 3rd - $500. Tickets are $50 each. Benefit the Wayne County Chamber.
    Prizes based on all 200 tickets being sold.  To purchase a ticket, stop in the
    Chamber office at 32 Commercial St., Honesdale between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday
    through
    Friday.
    • Wayne County Farmer's Market,  9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Wayne County Visitor's Center,
    Page 5 of 20 - 32 Commercial St. Every Sat. through Oct.
     
    • Tricky Tray, doors open 5:30 p.m. Calling starts 7 p.m. First Presbyterian Church
    of Hawley, 815 Church St. Refreshments avail. 226-4835.
    • "Unlock the Door to Recovery": Program for Brain Injury Survivors & Families,  9
    a.m. - 4 p.m.  John Heinz Rehab. Institute, 150 Mundy St., Wilkes Barre. Our issues,
    our stories, our voices - a panel of local survivors and family members. Survivors
    $25, family members $25, others $65, includes continental breakfast, lunch and
    dessert. Register online at www.abin-pa.org
    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2
    • Apple Pancake and French Toast Breakfast and Flea Market, 8 a.m. - Noon. Neversink
    Valley Museum of History and Innovation, 26 Hoag Rd, D&H Canal, Cuddebackville, NY.
    $6.50 for non-member adults, $5 for adult members and $3 for children ages under 12.
    845-754-8870.
    • Breakfast Buffet: 8 a.m. - Noon. Jefferson Twp. Vol. Fire Dept. Station #29, 405
    Cortez Rd., Mt. Cobb. Info 69-2829
    • Bus Trip to Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, by the Hawley Women's Club.  $25 covers
    bus, $10 food coupon and $20 in slot play. For reservation/information call Judy
    226-6588.
    • Dingmans Ferry UMC, 115 Myck Road, Dingmans Ferry. Worship Services 9 a.m. & 11
    a.m. Sunday School during 11 a.m. service. Every Sunday.
    • Octoberfest Finish Line Festival, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sherman Theater, Main St.,
    Stroudsburg.  Main St. will be the finish line for the Ironman 70.3 race. Fun for
    all ages, free admission, 150+ vendors, live music,
    • Pancake Breakfast: All You Can Eat: 7-noon. V.F.W. Post 531, 736 Main St.,
    Honesdale (across from CVS). Adults $8, seniors $7, kids (4-10) $5, kids 3 and
    under free. For info. 253-5373. First Sun. of every month.
     
    • Spark, Gospel Singing Group, Performs, 6 p.m. Aldenville Baptist Church, Rt. 17
    Aldenville. A non-denominational group of singes who have been spreading God's word
    since 1981. Perfor ms a wide range of Christian music including traditional,
    contemporary and southern gospel. Join us pro an evening of music, ministry and
    fellowship.
    • Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion: Fall Foliage Explorer, Departs 9:30 a.m and 2:30
    p.m.. For information call 866-637-2457 or visit www.waynecountycc.com
    • Tom Palmer to Preach, 8:30 a.m., 11 a.m. with an evening service at 7 p.m. Calkins
    Baptist Church. Come to one of these mtgs. and seek to have a deeper more intimate
    relationship with God. Free admission, for info contact Pastor Lane Jones 729-7017
    or Pastor Erik Hanson 729-4090.
    • Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 10:15 a.m. Berlin Twp.
    Community Ctr., Beach Lake. Laurie Stuart presents a multi-generational service
    "Deep Listening", explores the interconnected cycles that become apparent when we
    Page 6 of 20 - take the time to stop and listen. Followed by social time and light refreshments.
    For info/directions visit www.uduuf.orgor call 845-252-6626.
    • WCAA, Sunday Night Cinema: "Motorcycle Diaries", 7 p.m. Wayne County Chamber of
    Commerce, 32 St. Honesdale.2004. Argentina/US/Chile et al. Directed by Walter
    Salles, 126 minutes. $5 donation per person suggested. Film is preceded by a short
    intro and followed by a discussion. For info 390-4420 or waynecountyartsalliance.org
    MONDAY, OCTOBER 3
    • Bingo Sponsors Sought for Honesdale PTA Bingo on Oct. 14. If your business would
    like to contribute a gift certificate, prize or cash donation, please mail to
    Honesdale PTA, 129 Lakeside Drive, Honesdale PA 18431 Attn. Bingo.
    • Greene-Dreher Historical Society host Herbalist Pauline Cortez, 1 p.m. Greene
    Dreher Historical Society, 465 South Sterling Rd., South Sterling, Dreher Twp.
    Public is welcome and refreshments will be served. For info 857-0882.
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4
    • Cash Bingo, doors open 5:30 p.m. games begin at 6:30 p.m. Texas #4 Fire Co.,
    Grove St., Honesdale. Every Tues. Plenty of parking, fish bowl, California
    Tic-Tac, two progressive jackpots, bonanza, tear-offs, refreshments. Questions
    253-0782.
     
    • Craft Fair, Oct. 15. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Western Wayne Middle School, Rt. 296, South
    Canaan. Benefits Western Wayne Marching Band & Color Guard. $3 admission, children
    under 10 free. Lunch avail 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Variety baskets, kid's corner, bake
    sale, grand prize drawing. 90+ vendors.
    • Flu Shots: 9-11 a.m. Hawley Senior Ctr., 300 Park Pl. Bingham Park, Rt. 6, Hawley.
    Doors open 8:30 a.m. ‘Number system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No
    flu shots offered to children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some
    plans cover this shot. Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on
    Aging at 253-4262.
    • Mah Jongg Tournament, Event on Oct. 15. 11:30 a.m. Tick Tock's Restaurant,
    Honesdale. Information at nepabirdbams.info. Advance registration required, by
    e-mail at nepabirdsbams@gmail.com
     or by phone at 350-4958.
    •  "Positive Parenting", 6-8 p.m. Penn State Ext. Office, 514 Broad St., Milford.
    Four consecutive Tuesdays. Register for one or all sessions. $5 per session.
    Pre-registration with payment is required. Limited to 8 people. For info
    extension.psu.edu/pike or 296-3400, or e-mail PikeExt@psu.edu
     
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5
    • Adopt a Family: A family, organization, group, club, or even a communal gathering
    of friends can "Adopt A Family" for Christmas. Your generosity will help make the
    Holiday Season bright for the families using the Wayne County Children’s Christmas
    Bureau. Call or e-mail Carleen during October and say, "We want to adopt a family
    Page 7 of 20 - this Christmas!"  at 570-253-4262 or cfaatz@co.wayne.pa.us
    • Bus Trip to The Berkshires, Departs 8:30 a.m. from Milford Farms (Grand Union).
    Visit the home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French for a guided tour. Lunch
    at Red Lion Inn at 11:30. Cost $85, all inclusive. Reservations/info 296-7884,
    between 9a.m. and 9 p.m.
    • Class Reunion, Honesdale High School Class of 1949. Noon, Tick Tock. Over 20 class
    members/guests expressed their intention to attend this year's annual get-together.
    For info Judy Noble Dunn, 253-2523, or Charlotte Knapp Folley, 253-2729.
    • Flu Vaccine, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Carbondale Senior Center, 66 N. Church St.,
    Carbondale. Individuals with Medicare Part B can receive the vaccine at no charge,
    just bring your Medicare card to the flu clinic. Insurance’s accepted are: All Aetna
    plans, Brave and Highmark Freedom Blue. Geisinger Card holders must get vaccine from
    physician. Self pay is $30 for Flu and $65 for Pneumonia. No appointments necessary.
    For info 347-5616.
    • Green Seeking, 8:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Hilton Scranton & Conference Ctr., Seminar
    will highlight loan programs, rebates and grants to implement feasible projects that
    reduce energy demand, maintenance and improve facility and office functionality.
    Intented for local governments, counties, municipal authorities, schools and
    nonprofits. $10 for NEPA & NCAC members, $20 for non-members. Continental breakfast
    and buffet lunch provided. Must register by 9/30 at 866-758-1929 or 655-5581
    • "Hoedown Harvest Festival at Rusty Palmer's", Vendors sought, application
    deadline. Event date 10/23. 11:30 a.m to 6 p.m. 105 Rusty's Boulevard. Set up at
    8:30 a.m. in the parking lot. Benefits the American Cancer Society. Fee for
    non-electric space is $60 payable in advance, double space and/or electric service
    for increased fee. Call for applications will close today at 3 p.m. given sellout
    does not occur prior. Must apply to participate as a vendor. For info 729-7989 and
    provide a fax number. Pick up application at Riverview Restaurant at Rusty's (Wed -
    Sat, during business hours). Rain date 10/30.
    • John Gouse Memorial Golf Outing, Register 7:30 a.m. Shotgun Start 8:30 a.m.
    Woodlock Springs Golf Resort. Lunch and awards immediately following. Limited space
    avail. Reservations only and proper golf attire (soft spikes) For more info on
    sponsorships or reservations call Pike County Chamber 296-8700 or PCBA 296-5589 or
    visit www.pikecountybuilders.com or www.pikechamber.com
    •  "Quit Smoking Course", 6-7 p.m. Belle Reve Senior Living Ctr., 404 E. Harford
    St., Milford. Meet for 5 consecutive Wednesdays. Pre-registration required at
    296-3400.  
    • Tastes of Wayne County "First Wednesdays", The Red School hours, 1732 Bethany
    Page 8 of 20 - Turnpike, Pleasant Mt.. Support the Wayne County Historical Society while enjoying a
    fabulous meal picked from a great menu.  
    • The Mission Field to Main Street, 7 p.m. First Baptist Church of Honesdale.
    Program features Bruce and Ann Borquist, missionaries to Brazil. Their mission to
    train future church leaders, they will explain what life is like as a missionary.
    Open to the public, share in a time of refreshment and fellowship following the
    program.
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6
    • Flu Shots, 9-11 a.m. Northern Wayne Fire Co., Lakewood. Doors open 8:30 a.m.
    ‘Number system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No flu shots offered to
    children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some plans cover this shot.
    Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging at 253-4262.
    • NEPA B2B Meeting, 8-9 a.m. Friendly’s Restaurant, 708 N. Blakely, Dunmore.
    Make contacts, share ideas, learn to market your business. Every Thurs.
     
    • Pesticide Applicator Certification Exams, 8:30 a.m.- Noon. Penn State Ext. office,
    724 Phillips St., Suite 201, Stroudsburg. To register call 421-6430, for questions
    regarding the exam, call Chris Santore at 836-2181.
    • Rummage Sale, 7-9 p.m. The Equinunk United Methodist Church.  Bag Sale on Sat.,
    Oct., 8, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
    • T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of
    Hawley, 815 Church St. Info 226-4835
     
    • Wayne County Chamber of Commerce: Annual Awards Banquet, cocktails 6 p.m. dinner 7
    p.m. Lukan's Farm Resort, Long Ridge Road, Hawley. Honoring three outstanding
    individuals, Todd Stephens Pharmacy, Andrea Whyte and Anthony Herzog. Tickets $60
    for individuals, $35 fro non-attending, or $450 for a table of eight.  Ad space also
    avail by 9/22. For tickets or advertising call 253-1960. RSVP by 9/29.
    • Wayne County Historical Society $$Cash Raffle$$, Tickets now on sale at the
    Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., Honesdale. Tickets $5 each with top prize of
    $1,000. Winners drawn at the WCHS Holiday Open House, Sat. Nov. 26. Need not be
    present to win. Tickets avail from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday.
    253-5468.
    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7
    • 4-H Palette of Fun Art Club Mtg., 5:30-7 p.m. St. Vincent's Church, Rt. 739, 101
    Saint Vincent Dr., Milford. Open to youth ages 8-18. For info 296-3400.
    • 4-H Pony Pals Club Mtg., 6:30 p.m. "On Broadway" Dance Studio, Rt. 739, Dingmans
    Ferry. Open to youth ages 8-18. For info 296-3400.
    •  Rummage Sale: 9 a.m. - Noon. Sterling UM Fellowship Hall, Rt. 196, Sterling. Held
    by the Sterling UM Sunday School to benefit Sunday School Camp fund. For info
    Page 9 of 20 - 503-0346.
    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8
    • 4-H Rough Riders Horse Club Mtg., 10 a.m. Pocono Ranchland Stable, Bushkill. Open
    to youth ages 8-18. For info 296-3400.
    •  Autumn Timber Festival, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Shawnee Mountain, exit 309 off of I-80.
    Events include lumberjack shows, chainsaw sculptures, wildlife shows, show band,
    kids activities and vendors. www.shawneemt.com
    • Bag Sale, 9 a.m. - 1  p.m. The Equinunk United Methodist Church.
    • "Barber Pop" 7 p.m. Honesdale High School. The 24 man chorus of all ages form all
    walks of life is directed by Bob Mains, performing some the old favorites. Ticket
    $10, students $5, at the door or in advance from any chorus member. Always looking
    for new members, practice on Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m., Presbyterian Chapel, 10th & Church
    St., Honesdale.
    • Community Shred, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Wayne County Public Library, 1406 Main St.,
    Honesdale. All-Shred form Moscow will bring their shred truck to the library. Local
    residents can bring personal papers that should be disposed of safely. Cost $4 per
    bag or box per person, only paper will be accepted, no computer disk, no plastic
    bags,not credit cards, no boxes will be shred. For info 253-1220.
     
    • Electronics Recycle, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Penn Star Bank, Rt. 6 & 209. General public
    $10, businesses must pre-register at rtravers@advancedrecovery.com
     
    • Exhibit: "Blurring Artistic Lines" Reception, 6-9 p.m. ARTery Gallery, 210 Broad
    St, Milford.  Randall FitzFerals most recent work has challenged the reality of
    traditional photographic imagery and spills into a world that he alone creates. On
    exhibit to November 7. Info 409-1234 or arteronline.com
    • Fall Church Bus Tour, departs Rt. 6 Plaza 9 a.m. Stops at nine churches: Queen of
    Peace Roman Catholic Church, Hawley St. Paul's EvangelicalLutheran Church, Hawley
    Cole Memorial Baptist Church, Hawley United Methodist Church,  First Presbyterian
    Church, Hawley United Methodist Church, White Mills Berlin Valley Church, Brook Road
    United Methodist Church, Beach Lake St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church. Price
    includes lunch and dinner $45 for WCHS, $50 for non-members, reservations at 810
    Main St., Honesdale, before 9/30.
    • Fall Craft Show, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Newton Ransom Vol. Fire Co. Hall, 1890 Newton
    Ransom Blvd., Clarks Summit. Free admission and parking. Also a cookie sale,
    homemade soup and bread sale.
    •  “Fight for Air Walk”: 10 a.m. Nay Aug Park, Scranton. Walkers will lap the park 3
    times, then enjoy treats. Sponsored by the American Lung Association, all proceeds
    go to educational programs and research. No fee to join but participants are asked
    to fundraise in support. Info/register www.lunginfo.org/scrantonnwalk
    Page 10 of 20 - • Flea Market, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Marian Hall Auditorium, 141 Salem Ave.,
    Carbondale.   All proceeds will benefit the Marian Community Hospital Auxiliary. The
    Auditorium will be open September 30 to October 5 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for donation
    drop off. No clothing or shoes please.  For more information, call 281-1072.
     
    • Flea Market & Harvestfest: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. St. Anthony’s Church, Main Street,
    Newfoundland. Join us for items new and old, flea market, decorated pumpkins, fresh
    baked goods, tricky trays, 50/50 raffle. Sponsored by The Women’s Guild. For info
    call Linda 676-4702.
    • Free Lunch and Fellowship, 11:30-1 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Hawley,
    815 Church St., Hawley. 2nd and 4th Sat. of every month. For info 226-4835.
    • Harvest and Heritage Days, Oct. 8 & 9. Downtown Honesdale.
    • Hanson Gallery Fall Collection: "It's Raining Cats & Dogs", 6-8 p.m. 1037 Main
    St., Honesdale. Opening reception. This art collection features the Animals in our
    Lives. Refreshments served. On exhibit until Nov. 12. Info 253-2525 or visit
    www.thehansongallery.com
    • Indoor Flea Market, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Hawley Fire House, 17 Columbus Ave., Hawley.
    Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. For info call 290-1488 or 226-9820.
    • Photographing Historic Structures in the Park, 7 p.m. Bushkill Meeting Center, Rt.
    209, Bushkill, just south of the blinking light at Bushkill Fall Rd. With Allison
    Owczarczak of PEEC and Anita Ray, Milford photographers. Free admission. Info,
    426-2452, reservations at 426-2492 and leave a message.
    • Questers Tag Sale, 9 a.m. Dorflinger and Sons Glass Factory, corner of Elizabeth
    Street and Rt. 6, White Mills. Monies raised will match grant from the PA Questers
    to fund the professional conservation of an 1876 certificate awarded to Dorflinger &
    Sons.  
    • Rummage Sale: 9 a.m. - Noon. Sterling UM Fellowship Hall, Rt. 196, Sterling. Held
    by the Sterling UM Sunday School to benefit Sunday School Camp fund. For info
    503-0346.
    • Soup and Sandwich Saturday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Gouldsboro UMC, 495 Main St.,
    Gouldsboro. A variety of soups and assortment of sandwiches for sale. Eat in or take
    out.
    • Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion: Historic While Mills, Departs 9:30 a.m. For
    information call 866-637-2457 or visit www.waynecountycc.com
    • Wayne County Farmer's Market,  9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Wayne County Visitor's Center,
    32 Commercial St. Every Sat. through Oct.
     
    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9
    •  "Autumn Smorgasbord", Noon - 3 p.m. Pine Mill Community Hall, 919 Pine Mill Rd.,
    Equinunk. Free will offering. Come and enjoy the great food. Held by the Pine Mill
    UMC,
    Page 11 of 20 - •  Autumn Timber Festival, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Shawnee Mountain, exit 309 off of I-80.
    Events include lumberjack shows, chainsaw sculptures, wildlife shows, show band,
    kids activities and vendors. www.shawneemt.com
    • Dingmans Ferry UMC, 115 Myck Road, Dingmans Ferry. Worship Services 9 a.m. & 11
    a.m. Sunday School during 11 a.m. service. Every Sunday.
    • Kittatinny Canoes' Fall Foliage Tours, meet at 9 a.m. at designated Kittatinny
    River base and be transported upstream. A river guide and naturalist will accompany
    the group to ensure participants take in all there is to see. For info/registration
    visit www.kittatinny.com, or call 800-FLOAT-KC.
    • Model Train Show & Sale, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Hawley Fire House, 17 Columbus Ave.,
    Hawley.  Admission $3 per person, under age 12 free w/paying adult. Featruing
    dealers form all over the East Coast, model railroading and toy trains. Benefits
    Hawley Fire Dept. For info 226-3206 or 226-9820.
    • Pancake Breakfast, 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. Teeple -Stevenson -Young American Legion Post
    765, Lookout, Rt. 191 north of Honesdale. Adults $6, children $3. Every second Sun
    of the month, Apr. - Oct.
    • Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion: Fall Foliage Explorer, Departs 9:30 a.m and 2:30
    p.m.. For information call 866-637-2457 or visit www.waynecountycc.com
     
    • Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 10:15 a.m. Berlin Twp.
    Community Ctr., Milanville Rd., Beach Lake.  Followed by fellowship and light
    refreshments. For info/directions visit www.uduuf.orgor call 845-252-6626.
    • WCAA, Sunday Night Cinema: Around the Bend (R), 7 p.m. Wayne County Chamber of
    Commerce, 32 St. Honesdale. 20047 US. directed by Jordan Roberts, 85 minutes. $5
    donation per person suggested. Film is preceded by a short intro and followed by a
    discussion. For info 390-4420 or waynecountyartsalliance.org
    MONDAY, OCTOBER 10
    $1 Bag Sale., 9 a.m. - Noon. Sterling UM Fellowship Hall, Rt. 196, Sterling. Held by
    the Sterling UM Sunday School to benefit Sunday School Camp fund. For info 503-0346.
    • Wayne County Chamber 50/50 Drawing, Nov. 17. All cash prizes 1st - $3,500; 2nd -
    $1,000; 3rd - $500. Tickets are $50 each. Benefit the Wayne County Chamber.
    Prizes based on all 200 tickets being sold.  To purchase a ticket, stop in the
    Chamber office at 32 Commercial St., Honesdale between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday
    through
    Friday.
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11
    • AARP Driver Safety Course, Noon - 4 p.m., Part 2 -  Oct. 14, noon - 4 p.m. Hawley
    Public Library. Presented in two four-hour sessions over two days. Taught by
    certified AARP instructor, no test and membership to AARP not required. $14
    non-refundable fee( $12/AARP members), class size limited, advance registration
    Page 12 of 20 - recommended. Bring your license. To register 226-4620.
    • Cash Bingo, doors open 5:30 p.m. games begin at 6:30 p.m. Texas #4 Fire Co.,
    Grove St., Honesdale. Every Tues. Plenty of parking, fish bowl, California
    Tic-Tac, two progressive jackpots, bonanza, tear-offs, refreshments. Questions
    253-0782.
    • Craft Fair, Oct. 15. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Western Wayne Middle School, Rt. 296, South
    Canaan. Benefits Western Wayne Marching Band & Color Guard. $3 admission, children
    under 10 free. Lunch avail 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Variety baskets, kid's corner, bake
    sale, grand prize drawing. 90+ vendors.
    • Mah Jongg Tournament, Event on Oct. 15. 11:30 a.m. Tick Tock's Restaurant,
    Honesdale. Information at nepabirdbams.info. Advance registration required, by
    e-mail at nepabirdsbams@gmail.com
     or by phone at 350-4958.
    • Webinar: Bats. Noon AND 7 p.m. We will discuss bat diversity and many surprising
    and interesting features of bats and focus on North American bats and their
    relationship to forested habitats. Do you know how your forest management practices
    are affecting your bats? Please note: We will not cover white-nose syndrome.
    Everyone welcome to participate, must first register and have a  required Friends of
    Penn State account. Visit
    http://extension.psu.private-forest/tools-resources/webinars
    • Webinar: Your Business and Marcellus Shale, 9 - 10:15 a.m Topic "Local Business
    Veiw: Experience in the Southwest". Expand your knowledge of the opportunities that
    exist in the market and how to make connection and plan for doing business in this
    growing industry. A five part program. Info 433-3040. Visit
    meeting.psu.edu/marcellusbiz, a Friends of Penn State account is required.
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12
    • Adopt a Family: A family, organization, group, club, or even a communal gathering
    of friends can "Adopt A Family" for Christmas. Your generosity will help make the
    Holiday Season bright for the families using the Wayne County Children’s Christmas
    Bureau. Call or e-mail Carleen during October and say, "We want to adopt a family
    this Christmas!"  at 570-253-4262 or cfaatz@co.wayne.pa.us
    • Art for Wimps, 10 a.m. - Noon. 742 Main St., Honesdale. With Hana Gorman, students
    will explore a variety of media. At the end of this six week course, students will
    posses the confidence necessary to participate in other WCAA classes. WCAA members
    $90, non-members $105, no material fee $15. Runs till November 16th.
    • Coffee House, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Sterling UMC, Rt. 196, Sterling. Enjoy an evening of
    acoustic contemporary Christian music by LifeSong. Free. Coffee, tea and light
    refreshments served. For info 947-4809.
    • "Hoedown Harvest Festival at Rusty Palmer's", Vendors sought, application
    Page 13 of 20 - deadline. Event date 10/23. 11:30 a.m to 6 p.m.105 Rusty's Boulevard. Set up at 8:30
    a.m. in the parking lot. Benefits the American Cancer Society. Fee for non-electric
    space is $60 payable in advance, double space and/or electric service for increased
    fee. Call for applications will close today at 3 p.m. given sellout does not occur
    prior. Must apply to participate as a vendor. For info 729-7989 and provide a fax
    number. Pick up application at Riverview Restaurant at Rusty's (Wed - Sat, during
    business hours). Rain date 10/30.
    • Pike County Chamber of Commerce Signature Event 2011, cocktails 6 p.m. sit down
    dinner at 7 p.m. Best Western Inn, Matamoras. Keynote speaker Alan Gerry. $65 per
    person or take advantage of a sponsorship.Info/reservations 296-8700 or
    pikechamber.com
    • Registration Deadline for Safe Drinking Water Seminar, Event on 10/15. 9 -11 a.m.
    PPL Environmental Learning Ctr., Rt. 6, Hawley. Cost $10 per person.
    Pre-registration with payment required . Water testing provided for a fee. To
    register http://guest.cvent.com/d/1cq7m2 or 296-3400
    • Wayne W. Stephens Memorial Golf Tournament, Registration from 10 a.m. - Noon.
    Shotgun start at noon, cocktails and dinner follow. For details visit
    www.dorflinger.org or call Joan at 253-1185 to register.
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13
    • Handbag Blowout Sale, 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Marian Hall Auditorium, 141 Salem Ave.,
    Carbondale. Featuring a huge selection of fashion handbags, briefcases and luggage
    30 - 60 % off retail prices. The public is welcome. The public is welcome.
    • NEPA B2B Meeting, 8-9 a.m. Friendly’s Restaurant, 708 N. Blakely, Dunmore.
    Make contacts, share ideas, learn to market your business. Every Thurs.
     
    • T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of
    Hawley, 815 Church St. Info 226-4835
    • Wayne County Historical Society $$Cash Raffle$$, Tickets now on sale at the
    Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., Honesdale. Tickets $5 each with top prize of
    $1,000. Winners drawn at the WCHS Holiday Open House, Sat. Nov 26. Need not be
    present to win. Tickets avail from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday.
    253-5468.
    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14
    • 4-H Palette of Fun Art Club Mtg., 5:30-7 p.m. St. Vincent's Church, Rt. 739, 101
    Saint Vincent Dr., Milford. Open to youth ages 8-18. For info 296-3400.
    • Bingo, 5:30 p.m. Honesdale Middle School Cafeteria. Cash and prize bingo. Benefits
    the students of the Wayne Highlands School District. Would your business consider
    sponsoring one of our games with a gift certificate, prize or cash donation. Send
    donation to Honesdale PTA, 129 Lakeside Dr., Honesdale, PA 18431.
    Page 14 of 20 - • Capture The Color - Fall Foliage Painting in Oil/Acrylic Workshop, Aug. 14 - 16.
    Fri. p.m. check-in. Lacawac Sanctuary, 94 sanctuary Rd., Lake Ariel. Instructors
    Renee Emanuel and Bill Teitsworth. Commuters also accepted. Meals arranged by
    participants - Prepaid reservations required as space is limited to 14 participants.
    Full weekend $200/members $185, commuters $150/members $125. Register at
    www.lacawac.org or 689-9494.
     
    • Old Time Fiddlers Fall Performance, 8 p.m. Unity Grange Hall, 554 Galilee Rd.,
    Galilee. Refreshments avail beginning at 7 p.m. For info 224-4059.
    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15
    • AARP Driver Safety Course, (4 Hour Refresher Course) 10:30 - 2:30 p.m. Wayne
    County Public Library, Honesdale. Only open to those who provide evidence of having
    completed the eight hour course within the last 36 months. To register call
    253-1220.
    • Book Sale, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Community Library of Lake/Salem Township, Rt. 191,
    Hamlin (south of Hamlin corners) For info 689-0903. In the community room.
    • Contra Dance, 7:30 - 10 p.m. Galilee Grange, 554 Galilee Rd., Galilee. Admission
    $5 per person/$10 per family. Contra Dance is several partnered folk dance in which
    couples dance in two facing lines and is called like square dancing. 7 p.m.
    pre-dance beginners workshop. Potluck snacks at half time, 729-7141 or
    gallleestudios66@yahoo.com
    • Country Christmas Fair, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Clarks Summit UMC, 1313 Morgan Highway,
    Clarks Summit. 50+ vendors. Homemade baked goods, Welsh cookies, relishes and "Pick
    Your Own Cookies" avail. Food booth with breakfast and lunch avail.
    • Craft Fair, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Western Wayne Middle School, Rt. 296, South Canaan.
    Benefits Western Wayne Marching Band & Color Guard. $3 admission, children under 10
    free. Lunch avail 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Variety baskets, kid's corner, bake sale, grand
    prize drawing. 90+ vendors.
    • Fall Harvest ham and Turkey Dinner, Take outs 3-4, serving 4-7. Maplewood Fire and
    Rescue Co, Lake Henry Rd. and Silk Rd., Maplewood. Adults $9, children to age 10,
    $4.50 and pre-school, free.
    • Family Music Night with Stanton's Classic Country & Gospel, 7-9 p.m. Old Equinunk
    Fire Hall. Free will offering, refreshments. Benefits United Methodist Church. For
    info call Thelma at 224-4665.
    • Free Luncheon, Noon - 1 p.m. Sojourner’s Cafe, Hawley UMC, Church St. & Maple
    Ave., Hawley. A free luncheon open to the public every first, third and fifth Sat of
    each month.
    • Safe Drinking Water Seminar, 9 -11 a.m. PPL Environmental Learning Ctr., Rt. 6,
    Hawley. Cost $10 per person. Pre-registration with payment required by 10/12. Water
    testing provided for a fee. To register http://guest.cvent.com/d/1cq7m2 or 296-3400
    Page 15 of 20 - • Scrumptious Ham Dinner, 4-7p.m. Ledgedale Fire House on Goose Pond Road. Sponsored
    by Ledgedale Ladies Auxiliary. Come and support your Fire Company
    • Texas Hold'em Tournament Fundraiser, doors open 6 p.m., games 7-10 p.m. Forest
    "81" Fire and Rescue, 1129 Towpath Rd., Hawley. $50 per player buy in.  226-3491 or
    www.forestfirerescue.com
    • Wayne County Farmer's Market,  9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Wayne County Visitor's Center,
    32 Commercial St. Every Sat. through Oct.
     
    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16
    •  18th Annual Bud Rue Walk for Social Justice, From Berlin Twp. Community Ctr,
    Beach Lake. Preceded by a service entitled "Social Justice- A community Thing"
    Honoring  Sullivan and Wayne Habitat for Humanity, Victims Intervention Program
    (VIP) and Rape Intervention Services Education (RISE),  All funds raised will be
    shared equally between
    the four recipient organizations which were selected based upon financial need and
    services they provide to our communities.  An easy 5 mile stroll followed by potluck
    meal. For a pledged sheet visit www.uduuf.org. For info 845-252-6626.
    • Bus Trip to "Madame Butterfly" by the Hawley Women's Club. On Oct. 23. Performed
    at Tri-Cities Opera, Binghamton, NY. $75 covers bus, ticket and hot buffet brunch.
    For reservation/information call Judy 226-6588.
    • Cowboy Church, Breakfast 10 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.. Church starts at 1 p.m. Pine Mill
    Grove, Equinunk. Bring your horses, meet at C&S Stables in Lookout and ride from
    there to the grove a 2 1/2  hour ride or drive. For info call Leon at 224-4136.
    • Dingmans Ferry UMC, 115 Myck Road, Dingmans Ferry. Worship Services 9 a.m. & 11
    a.m. Sunday School during 11 a.m. service. Every Sunday.
    • Kittatinny Canoes' Fall Foliage Tours, meet at 9 a.m. at designated Kittatinny
    River base and be transported upstream. A river guide and naturalist will accompany
    the group to ensure participants take in all there is to see. For info/registration
    visit www.kittatinny.com, or call 800-FLOAT-KC.
    • Pancake Breakfast, 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. Pine Mill Community Hall, Pine Mill Rd.
    (about 1/2 way between Rt. 371 and the center of Equinunk) Adults $6.50, child's 1/2
    portion $3.
     
    • Sullivan County Historical Society, Annual Dinner, 4 p.m. Museum at Hurleyville,
    NY. Honoring Allan Dampman, History Preserver. Cost $30 per person, all are welcome.
    For info call 845-434-8044.
    • Sunday Breakfast, 8 a.m. - Noon. American Legion Post 521 Church St. Hawley.
    Adults $7, children under 12 $4. Public is always welcome. Every third Sun.
     
    • Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 10:15 a.m. Berlin Twp.
    Community Ctr., Milanville Rd., Beach Lake.  Followed by fellowship and light
    Page 16 of 20 - refreshments. For info/directions visit www.uduuf.orgor call 845-252-6626.
    • WCAA, Sunday Night Cinema: Thelma and Louise, 7 p.m. Wayne County Chamber of
    Commerce, 32 St. Honesdale. 1991, US/France. Directed by Ridley Scott, 130 minutes.
    $5 donation per person suggested. Film is preceded by a short intro and followed by
    a discussion. For info 390-4420 or waynecountyartsalliance.org
    MONDAY, OCTOBER 17
    • Wayne County Chamber 50/50 Drawing, Nov. 17. All cash prizes 1st - $3,500; 2nd -
    $1,000; 3rd - $500. Tickets are $50 each. Benefit the Wayne County Chamber.
    Prizes based on all 200 tickets being sold.  To purchase a ticket, stop in the
    Chamber office at 32 Commercial St., Honesdale between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday
    through
    Friday.
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18
    • Business Card Exchange, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Apple Day Spa & Hair Restoration Salon,
    152 Grandview Ave,, Honesdale. Door prizes, refreshments, massage chair, free hand
    paraffin treatments, RSVP by 10/14 at 253-1960.
    • Cash Bingo, doors open 5:30 p.m. games begin at 6:30 p.m. Texas #4 Fire Co.,
    Grove St., Honesdale. Every Tues. Plenty of parking, fish bowl, California
    Tic-Tac, two progressive jackpots, bonanza, tear-offs, refreshments. Questions
    253-0782. If canceled due to weather listen to Honesdale Radio Station or call
    253-5467.
    • Flu Shots: 9-11 a.m. Hamlin Senior Ctr., Rt. 590 Salem Twp. Bldg, Hamlin. Doors
    open 8:30 a.m. ‘Number system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No flu
    shots offered to children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some plans
    cover this shot. Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging
    at 253-4262.
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19
    • Adopt a Family: A family, organization, group, club, or even a communal gathering
    of friends can "Adopt A Family" for Christmas. Your generosity will help make the
    Holiday Season bright for the families using the Wayne County Children’s Christmas
    Bureau. Call or e-mail Carleen during October and say, "We want to adopt a family
    this Christmas!"  at 570-253-4262 or cfaatz@co.wayne.pa.us
    • Wayne County Chapter of the Compassionate Friends Mtg., 7 p.m. Wayne Memorial
    Hospital, 2nd Floor Conference Room, 601 Park St., Honesdale. Topic "Grief -- Open
    Discussion".
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20
    • Flu Shots: 9 - Noon Honesdale Senior Ctr. 323 10th St., Honesdale Doors open 8:30
    a.m. ‘Number system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No flu shots
    offered to children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some plans cover
    this shot. Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging at
    253-4262.
    • Meditation Classes in Waverly, 7-8:30 p.m.  Waverly Community House, 1115 N.
    Page 17 of 20 - Abington Rd., Waverly. "Freedom for Painful Emotions" with Buddhist teacher Barbara
    Stein. Drop in any time. Everyone is welcome. Cost $10 general, $5 seniors and
    students. For info 845-856-9000 or www.kadampanewyork.org
    • NEPA B2B Meeting, 8-9 a.m. Friendly’s Restaurant, 708 N. Blakely, Dunmore.
    Make contacts, share ideas, learn to market your business. Every Thurs.
     
    • Northeastern Wayne Orchid Society, 7 - 9 p.m. Grace Episcopal Church Parish
    Hall, Honesdale. Public welcome.
     
    • Survivors Of Suicide Loss Support Group Mtg. 7-8:30 p.m. Wayne Memorial
    Hospital, Outpatient Services, Milford professional Point, 10 Buist Rd., Bldg. #2,
    Milford For those who have lost someone to suicide. For info/directions call
    226-8702 or  contact Linda at Whrabbit3@aol.com
    . In the event of inclement weather,
    meeting will be cancelled.
     
    • T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of
    Hawley, 815 Church St. Info 226-4835
     
    • Wayne County Historical Society $$Cash Raffle$$, Tickets now on sale at the
    Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., Honesdale. Tickets $5 each with top prize of
    $1,000. Winners drawn at the WCHS Holiday Open House, Sat. Nov 26. Need not be
    present to win. Tickets avail from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday.
    253-5468.
    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21
    • Marian Community Annual Charity Ball, Fiorelli's, Peckville.Theme "Harvest Moon".
    Evening includes dining, dancing and continuous music by Groove Train and Jeff
    Walker. Proceeds used to enhance services and programs for the community. For
    reservations 281-1002 or online www.mariancommunityhospital.org
    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
    •  Benefit for Tina Doerrie,  Jefferson Twp. Vol. Fire Dept. Station #29, 405 Cortez
    Rd., Mt. Cobb. 4 p.m. Pasta dinner - adults $10, children 12 and under $5. 7:30 p.m.
    Las Vegas Night, $20 (must be 18 years and over). Music by DJ Dave, Tricky Trays &
    raffles. Tina Doerrie is the wife of one of our firefighters at Jefferson Twp. Vol.
    Fire Dept., to help her fight against cancer.  For ticket/info call Carol 689-5155
    or Pan 840-3465.
    • Free Lunch and Fellowship, 11:30-1 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Hawley,
    815 Church St., Hawley. 2nd and 4th Sat. of every month. For info 226-4835.
     
    • Haunted Hay Ride, dusk. Blooming Grove Twp. Vol. Fire Dept., 484 Rt. 739, Lords
    Valley. Rain/snow date Oct. 29. Adults $3, children $1.
    • Wayne County Farmer's Market,  9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Wayne County Visitor's Center,
    32 Commercial St. Every Sat. through Oct.
     
    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23
    • Bus Trip to "Madame Butterfly" by the Hawley Women's Club. Performed at Tri-Cities
    Page 18 of 20 - Opera, Binghamton, NY.  $75 covers bus, ticket and hot buffet brunch. For
    reservation/information call Judy 226-6588.
    • Dingmans Ferry UMC, 115 Myck Road, Dingmans Ferry. Worship Services 9 a.m. & 11
    a.m. Sunday School during 11 a.m. service. Every Sunday.
    • Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 10:15 a.m. Berlin Twp.
    Community Ctr., Milanville Rd., Beach Lake.  Followed by fellowship and light
    refreshments. For info/directions visit www.uduuf.orgor call 845-252-6626.
    • WCAA, Sunday Night Cinema: Riding Alone for Thousand of Miles (PG), 7 p.m. Wayne
    County Chamber of Commerce, 32 St. Honesdale. 2005, Hong Kong,  China, Japan.
    Directed by Yimon Zhang,107 minutes. $5 donation per person suggested. Film is
    preceded by a short intro and followed by a discussion. For info 390-4420 or
    waynecountyartsalliance.org
    MONDAY, OCTOBER 24
    • Advisory Council of Wayne County Area Agency on Aging Fall Luncheon, Oct. 24.
    Noon, Lukan’s Farm Resort, Hawley. Top Hats & Lace will perform after a family style
    luncheon, All are welcome to attend. Learn about all of the services provided. Cost
    $17 per person, by Oct. 14. For info call Jeanne 253-4262.
    • Wayne County Chamber 50/50 Drawing, Nov. 17. All cash prizes 1st - $3,500; 2nd -
    $1,000; 3rd - $500. Tickets are $50 each. Benefit the Wayne County Chamber.
    Prizes based on all 200 tickets being sold.  To purchase a ticket, stop in the
    Chamber office at 32 Commercial St., Honesdale between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday
    through
    Friday.
    • Webinar: Your Business and Marcellus Shale, 9 - 10:15 a.m Topic "How DoYou Sell
    Into  Industry?" Expand your knowledge of the opportunities that exist in the market
    and how to make connection and plan for doing business in this growing industry. A
    five part program. Info 433-3040. visit meeting.psu.edu/marcellusbiz, a Friends of
    Penn State account is required.
    TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25
    • Cash Bingo, doors open 5:30 p.m. games begin at 6:30 p.m. Texas #4 Fire Co.,
    Grove St., Honesdale. Every Tues. Plenty of parking, fish bowl, California
    Tic-Tac, two progressive jackpots, bonanza, tear-offs, refreshments. Questions
    253-0782. If cancelled due to weather listen to Honesdale Radio Station or call
    253-5467.
    • Halloween Parade, 7 p.m. Lineup at 6 p.m. at Top Notch Distributors parking lot on
    4th St. Parade begins on 4th St. up Main St. to 10th St. and ends at Central Park,
    where donuts and cider will be avail. All participants who have a float in the
    parade will have to provide two peopled on each side of their vehicle to keep people
    off the road. Sponsored by Honesdale Area Jaycees. Raindate Oct. 26. To participate
    Page 19 of 20 - call 253-1516 or 253-1071.
    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26
    •  3rd Ward Neighborhood Watch Mtg., 7 p.m. The Maghogomock Fire Dept., 27 Orange
    St., Port Jervis, NY
    • Flu Shots: 8-10 a.m. Damascus Community Twp. Bldg. Doors open 7:30 a.m. ‘Number
    system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No flu shots offered to
    children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some plans cover this shot.
    Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging at 253-4262.
    • Survivors Of Suicide Loss Support Group Mtg. 7-8:30 p.m. Wayne Memorial
    Hospital, 601 Park St., Honesdale. 2nd floor Conference Room 3. For those who
    have lost someone to suicide. For info/directions call 226-8702 or  contact Linda at
    Whrabbit3@aol.com
    . In the event of inclement weather, meeting will be cancelled.
     
    THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27
    • AARP Driver Safety Program, Oct. 27 & 28. 8 a.m. - Noon. Hamlin. Eight hour
    classroom refresher/defensive driving course open to all drivers 50 & older. Fee $14
    per person, payable in advance. Class size is limited. Must attend both sessions for
    certification. To register/info/directions call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging
    253-4262
    • Flu Shots: 10 - Noon. Senior Expo, Ladore Lodge, Waymart. Doors open 8:30 a.m.
    ‘Number system’ will be used. Flu shots will be prioritized. No flu shots offered to
    children at these clinics. Bring your insurance info as some plans cover this shot.
    Private pay is $25. For info call Wayne County Area Agency on Aging at 253-4262.
    • Greater Honesdale Partnership Monthly Business Owners Get Together, 6:30 p.m. The
    James Manning House. Do not have to be a GHP member to attend.  
    • Meditation Classes in Waverly, 7-8:30 p.m.  Waverly Community House, 1115 N.
    Abington Rd., Waverly. "Freedom for Painful Emotions" with Buddhist teacher Barbara
    Stein. Drop in any time. Everyone is welcome. Cost $10 general, $5 seniors and
    students. For info 845-856-9000 or www.kadampanewyork.org
    • NEPA B2B Meeting, 8-9 a.m. Friendly’s Restaurant, 708 N. Blakely, Dunmore.
    Make contacts, share ideas, learn to market your business. Every Thurs.
     
    • T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of
    Hawley, 815 Church St. Info 226-4835
     
    • Wayne County Genealogy Group, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Wayne County Historical Society, 810
    Main St., Honesdale. Group shares info on techniques for researching family history.
    Membership is free. For more info e-mail wchspa@ptd.netor
     call Gloria at 253-3240.
     
    • Wayne County Historical Society $$Cash Raffle$$, Tickets now on sale at the
    Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., Honesdale. Tickets $5 each with top prize of
    Page 20 of 20 - $1,000. Winners drawn at the WCHS Holiday Open House, Sat. Nov 26. Need not be
    present to win. Tickets avail from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Wednesday - Saturday.
    253-5468.
    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29
    • Free Luncheon, Noon - 1 p.m. Sojourner’s Cafe, Hawley UMC, Church St. & Maple
    Ave., Hawley. A free luncheon open to the public every first, third
    and fifth Sat of each month.
    • PEEC -A-BOO Halloween Trail, 4-7 p.m. PEEC, RR2 Box 1010, Emery Rd., Lehman
    Township, Dingmans Ferry. A non-scary, family oriented trail designed to be fun and
    educational. Families will be guided down our short trail and stop at nature-themed
    activity stations. Refreshments avail. Rain date Oct. 30. $5 per child. For
    reservations peec@peec.org
    • Stourbridge Line Rail Excursion: Halloween Ghost Train, Departs 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
    For information call 866-637-2457 or visit www.waynecountycc.com
    • Wayne County Farmer's Market,  9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Wayne County Visitor's Center,
    32 Commercial St. Every Sat. through Oct.
     
    SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30
    • Dingmans Ferry UMC, 115 Myck Road, Dingmans Ferry. Worship Services 9 a.m. & 11
    a.m. Sunday School during 11 a.m. service. Every Sunday.
    MONDAY, OCTOBER 31
    • Wayne County Chamber 50/50 Drawing, Nov. 17. All cash prizes 1st - $3,500; 2nd -
    $1,000; 3rd - $500. Tickets are $50 each. Benefit the Wayne County Chamber.
    Prizes based on all 200 tickets being sold.  To purchase a ticket, stop in the
    Chamber office at 32 Commercial St., Honesdale between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.

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