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UPCOMING:?• Mar. 23: Benefit Dinner for John Faller: 3 - 7 p.m. Seelyville Fire Co. Hall, 1200 Bridge St., Honesdale. Entertainment by DJ gDaddy, basket raffle, 50/50 and more. Ticket info at 842-8293 or 470-5310. Tickets/donations visit www.payitsquare.com/collect-page/8000. All proceeds will benefit expenses for a handicapped accessible bathroom, for John who suffers from Churg-Strauss Syndrome. Presented by Teresa's Angels.?• Mar. 27: Shire ADHD Scholarship: Deadline to apply is March 27. The Shire ADHD Scholarship includes a $2,000 monetary award and offers a prepaid year of ADHD coaching services provided by the Edge Foundation and are intended to assist the scholarship recipient with the transition to higher education. Fifty one-time scholarships will be awarded in June. For info on eligibility requirements, the application process and more, visit www.ShireADHDscholarship.com.?• Apr. 11: Bus Trip: Sights & Sound: Lancaster to see NOAH. Cost $95.00 includes, transportation, family style lunch at Hershey Farm, show admission, and driver tip. Partial payment must be made by March 10. For info or reservations call Sandy Kline 253-4931 or 352-4991?• Apr. 14: Chicken BBQ: Browndale Fire Station, Rt. 247, 620 Marion St., Browndale. The drive through only hours for serving are from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $9 and are available from any member or at Dave's Smoke Shop 785-2356, Forest City; or leave a message at 785-5300 or visit www.43fire.com. Tickets are advance sales only or until sold out.
ONGOING:?• Al-Anon Meeting: "There is Always Hope": 12:30 p.m. Every Thursday. Bethel Lutheran Church, 193 Church Rd., (off Tow Path Rd. between Hawley and Rowland). If your life is being affected by someone's drinking, please come and let us share our strength, hope and experience. It could change your life. Info 718-219-2543.?• Beat the Winter Blues – Join a Senior Center: Wayne County has three senior centers that are enriching and fun to attend: Honesdale – 323-10th Street – 253-4262; Hawley – Bingham Park, Route 6 – 226-4209; and Hamlin – Salem Township Building, Route 590 – 689-3766. We also hold a senior day for those in Northern Wayne County at the Northern Wayne Fire Company on the first Thursday of every month. Please call Lorrie at 570-253-5970, ext. 3166 for details. You must be at least 60 years of age or older to enjoy a meal; 50 and above for activities. Activities include: Bingo, cards, games, pool, shuffleboard, computers, speakers, exercise, crafts, and more ….. if you want to start a group of something else, we could also strive to do so. A traditional lunch is available at noon or choose from the ala carte menu and eat at home. A $2.00 donation is requested. Lunch reservations must be made by 10 AM the day business day before by calling the center of your choice. Need transportation to the center, not a problem, transportation is available for those 60 and. Call 253-4280 for more info on transportation services provided.?• Bible Study: Noon, Every Tuesday and 6 p.m. Every Wednesday. Wilder House, next to Bethany Presbyterian Church, 431 Wayne St. (Rt. 670) Bethany. All are welcome.?• Cash Bingo: Door open 5:30 p.m., games start 6:30 p.m. Every Tuesday. Texas #4 Fire Co., Grove St., Honesdale. $1100 Progressive Jackpot. Refreshments avail, plenty of parking. Tear-offs. Bonanza and much more. The more that play, the more we pay. Questions call 253-0782.?Insert 2-23• The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Host, APH-O-RISMS, a group exhibition exploring the economy of form: Until March 16 at 37 Main St. Narrowsburg, NY. Gallery Hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 10?a.m. to 4 p.m. For info call (845) 252-7578 or visit www.ArtsAllianceSite.org.?• Fellowship Dinner: 6 p.m. Every Thursday. Abraham House, 861 Maple Ave., Honesdale. Also avail, 4:30 - 6 p.m. Clothing room. Info 253-0390.?• Honesdale Head Start Pre-K Registration: 2 Center’s Open at St. Vincent's School Building: Honesdale Head Start, 329 Cliff St., Honesdale is currently taking application for the 2012/2012 school year. We are also starting to take applications for the 2013/2014 School Year as well. For more info about this free program for families that meet income requirements and individualized learning, developmental and health screenings, nutritional assessments, parents involvement and social services, please call Helen 253-0496. Integrated services are also avail for children with disabilities. Lunch and snacks provide daily. Classes are held 5 days a week and we offer morning and afternoon sessions, and classes do fill very fast. Transportation will be avail in some areas. To register your child you will need proof of income (Four current pay stubs or W-2 form and the child's birth certificate. Please call today.?• Honesdale Saturday Free Lunch: 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Every Saturday at either St. John's Lutheran or Grace Episcopal Church. Free to the community. For info call Laura at 687-6436.?• Mah Jongg: Monday afternoons. Call 570-224-4048 to find out where the game will be located. Beginners and experienced players invited. No fee. Learn and play the game in a non-competitive atmosphere.?• Pierogie Sale: The Browndale Fire Company and Little Spuds Homemade Gourmet Pierogies are working to sell Little Spuds homemade potato and cheese pierogies. All proceeds benefit the Browndale Fire Company. You can pick up frozen Pierogie's on Tuesday or Wednesday from 6 p.m. 7 p.m. at the Browndale Fire Station, Route 247 or by appointment. Price is $6.00 per dozen. Please call 785-5300 or 499-4908 to reserve your order by e-mail at: email@example.com.?• Save Energy & Money: Whole Energy Auditing Program - Rebates Avail. DEP grant funded program. Please call Green Field Energy Solutions at 876-0537 or visit www.greenfieldenergysolutions.com?• Shutterbug Program: Thursday’s 3:30 - 5 p.m. Carbondale Senior Center. A free youth (12-18) Photography Program. Learn camera basics, photo taking, building a portfolio, development techniques and editing. For info call Tomara Wilding at 961-1592 ext. 108.?• Still Looking for Becker Art: Curator Juan Espino continues to look for artwork by Wayne County's own Howard D. Becker for a new exhibit opening in April. If you have a Becker painting that was not used in last year's exhibit and are willing to loan it to WCHS through December 2013, we'd love to hear from you. Although the museum is closed for the winter, you can leave a message at (570) 253-3240 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you.?• Story Time and Play Groups: Community Library, Hamlin. Registration is now open for children ages 6 months - 5 years. For info, 689-0903.?• Teachers - Tutoring and or Coaching: Call the Manchester Community Library, at 570-224-4173 and leave a message, someone will get back to you.?• Tuesday Night Bingo: Weekly. Shohola Twp. Vol. Fire & Rescue. For info call Jean at 559-7525 or 296-4436.?• Volunteers Needed: The American Lung Association is looking for volunteers in southern Wayne County who would like to volunteer to work at home on a variety of projects from stuffing envelopes to making phone calls to help the mission to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. Training would be provided for each project. Won't you help us FIGHT FOR AIR? Call Donna Ray-Reifler at: (570)689-0413 or e-mail email@example.com learn more.?• Wayne County Library New Programs: 1406 Main St., Honesdale. Book Clubbing with Ms. Betty - Tues. 4 - 5 p.m. For children ages 9 - 12. Horrible Harry Book Club - Wed. 4:30-5:30 p.m. For children ages 6 - 8. Family Story Time - Sat. 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. All ages welcome. For more info call the library at 253-1220 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.?• Wayne Pike Chapter of DAR Needs Your Help: A 2013 exhibit is planed to open on April 20 at the Wayne County Historical Society Main St., Honesdale Museum to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Wayne-Pike Chapter of DAR. Any member or former member of DAR who has photos, objects or documents which would held tell this story is encouraged to contact Sally Malaga at email@example.com or leave a message at 253-3240.?• Winter coats available at The Other Shop: 1036 Main St., Honesdale. New and gently-used winter coats/ jackets avail. Many of the items cost less than $10. Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary volunteers operate the consignment shop to benefit the local hospital. Volunteers are always needed. For more info, call Co-chair Sheila Davis 253-0845.?• Winter Farmer’s Market: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday’s - Through May. The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., Honesdale. Produce, dairy, meats, bread, baked goods, granola, maple syrup, soaps, teas, coffee and more. For info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call The Cooperage Project at 253-2020.?• Women Seeking Serenity Through the 12 Steps: Friday's, 7 p.m. St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 7th and Church St., side entrance, Honesdale. Sisterhood of women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problems and help others recover from addictions and painful relationships. For info visit womenseekingserenity.org.?• Yoga: Moravian Church, Mondays, 6, Moravian Church, downtown Newfoundland. Everyone is welcome, by donation. Proceeds benefit the church. For info e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-848-3930. Do not call the church.?• Yoga & Meditation: Thursdays and Friday evenings - yoga at 5:30 p.m. Friday meditation at 6:45 p.m. Mt. Cobb Wellness Ctr/Vital Links Chiropractic Ctr. For info e-mail email@example.com or call 603-848-3930.
MAR. 5 TUES?• Cancer Prevention Study-3 Volunteers Wanted: Enrollment appointment at: Woodloch Resort, Hawley, 2 - 8 p.m. You can join the movement to help create a world with less cancer and more birthdays by enrolling in the American Cancer Society’s research study called Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3). Open to anyone in the U.S. who is willing to commit to the study long-term which means completing periodic follow up surveys at home for the next 20-30 years, is between 30 and 65 years old, and has never been diagnosed with cancer. For detailed info call 1-888-604-5888. Enroll at www.nepacps3.org?• Tri-State Dog Obedience Club Orientation: 7 p.m. Shohola Business Ctr., Rt. 6, Shohola. Offers a wide variety of classes, held days and evenings, Mon. - Fri. Registration prior to orientation is recommended. For a schedule of classes/times, and an application form www.tristatedogobedienceclub.org or call 570 296-5594 and leave a message with your address.
MAR. 6 (WED)?• Jazz in the Tavern: 6 – 8 p.m. Chestnut Tavern at Setter's Inn, Hawley. Hosted by Steve Faubel and Friends. Free, the public is welcome to come and enjoy the sounds of jazz .Every Wednesday.?• Lenten Study & Dessert: Milford Untied Methodist Church, 206 E. Ann St., Milford. Coffee & dessert served at 6:30 p.m., talks begin at 7 p.m. Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Lloyd H. Kenyon presents “Turning Points in the History of Christianity” on Wednesday evenings during Lent. All are welcome.?• Neighborhood Watch Mtg.: 7 p.m. Browndale Fire Station, Rt. 247, 620 Marion St., Browndale. Guest speaker Steve Price, Director of the Wayne County Emergency Management Agency. Mr. Price will speak on how to be prepared for an emergency and what to do in an emergency. Everyone in the area is invited to attend this informative meeting.?• Taste of Wayne: Trackside Grill, 734 Main St., Honesdale. The Wayne County Historical Society will receive a donation for each meal served on Mar. 6. For more information about the "Tastes of Wayne: First Wednesdays" program, visit the Wayne County Historical Society's website at WayneHistoryPA.org.?• Winter Wednesday's: 7 p.m. PIke County Historical Society, Columns Museum, 608 Broad St., Milford. Walt Edwards comes to the stage with an impressive resume and repertoire which focuses on some of the great singers and songwriters of the 60’s and 70’s…Admission is $30 per person, per show and includes wine and cheese plate served at your table in an intimate cabaret setting. Support local history, support local musicians. Reservations required. Ask about our discounted “Season Pass” which covers all three shows. Call 296-8918 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAR. 8. (FRI)?• “Cooking for Crowds: A Volunteer’s Guide to Food Safety”: Deadline to register Mar. 8: Event on Mar. 18.6 – 9 p.m. Waverly United Methodist Church, 105 Church St., Waverly. Course instructor, Martin Bucknavage. The workshop is designed for volunteers who are responsible for preparing food for large numbers of people on occasion such as, church suppers, fire hall dinners, band boosters or other types of food fundraisers. The following topics will be discussed: How food becomes unsafe, purchasing and storage of food, keeping food safe during preparation, hot and cold holding, personal hygiene and cleaning and sanitizing. Cost is $5 per person. Each organization is suggested to purchase “Cooking for Crowds” food safety manual for $10.00 each. Registration required and the deadline to register is March 8. Question or registration 963-6842.?• Lenten Dinner: 4 - 7 p.m. Jefferson Twp. Lions Club, Lions Rd. (Next to Jefferson Elementary School). Eat in or take-out. Menu includes fish & chips, shrimp in a basket, homemade Manhattan clam chowder, haluski, and pierogies. Each Friday during Lent. Info 689-2512.?• Lenten Fish Fry: 5 - 8 p.m. VFW Post 531, 736 Main St., Honesdale. Fried fish, French fries, coleslaw, dessert & coffee. Adults $10, seniors $9, children ages 5 - 10 $$5, under age 5 free. Each Friday through Lent. Open to the public.?• Newfoundland Area Pantry: 1 - 3 p.m. St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church. Rt. 191. For an emergency need call 676 - 3482 or 676 - 3381. In case of inclement weather, please call 253-4646 on your distribution day. For information about how to register with a pantry, you should call 253 - 4262. If you are unable to attend, you may ask someone to pick your food up for you. However, they must have your pantry card and a proxy giving them permission to pick up your food.?• Pizza Sale: Pick Up 3 – 6 p.m. Christ Episcopal Church of Forest City, corner of Dundaff and Delaware St.) Cheese pizza $10 or Pagach (mashed potato, cheese & onion) $12. Pre ordering is appreciated by calling 785-3425 and leave a message. Friday during Lent until Mar. 22.?• Vienna Boys Choir: VIP reception 5:30 p.m. Concert 7:30 p.m. Sherman Theater, 524 Main St., Stroudsburg. An evening of food, cocktails, and live performances to benefit the Sherman Theater. Tickets avail at shermantheater.com or at the box office. Black tie optional.
MAR. 9 (SAT)?• Benefit For Hailey Marie Kerwin: 6 - 11 p.m. Joey C's. Honesdale. Hailey who is 6 months old was diagnosed with severe reflux with apnea spells, major surgery has been done to tighten the esophagus, she has had feeding tube placed and a permanent IV. Hailey requires round the clock care. Her mother, Amanda Dalesky, has given up her job to care for Hailey. This benefit will help with medical expenses. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, and may be purchased at Super Duper, Apple Day Spa, Waymart Beverage and Dirlam Bros. For more info call Mike F. 251-6869; Linda P. 878-9699; Mary E. 251-8276 or Toni L 470-6450.Gun raffles (funs provided by N.E. Fire Arms) 50/50. buffet, dessert, beverages, raffles, music.?Book Signing: Carbondale Public Library. By Allen J. Orehek author of “Prevention is Difficulty, But Possible.” Dr. Orehek is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. The book explores the relatively new area of medicine entitled "Medical Prevention", which involves applying the science of medicine to the motivated and unique individual, rather than restricting oneself to general guidelines that are meant to apply to large populations. Copies of the book will be available to purchase for $30.?• DJ Dance Party at the Cooperage: 7 – 10 p.m. The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., Honesdale. This a 21+ BYOB event. DJ Joey C of Beach Lake will keep the beats pumping.?Donations gratefully accepted. Snacks available for purchase. For more info visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 253.2020.?• Food For Thought Series: From Dairy Farm to Diversification: 10:30 – 11:45 a.m. Wayne County Public Library. Brian and Sam Fox talk about the evolution of their dairy farm to its present day operation as a diversified small farm. They discuss crops, animals, grazing, compost, frugality and financial management. To register/info call 253-1220 or e-mail email@example.com?• Free Lunch and Fellowship: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Hawley, 815 Church St., 2nd & 4th Saturdays. For info call 226-4835.?• Irish Festival: 1-5 p.m. Ski Big Bear. Ski and celebrate the Irish in all of us! The bar will be featuring Killians Red Green Beer. Live entertainment will be provided by "The Celtic Martins Irish Band". Authentic Irish food will be available for purchase in the Scramble including: Corned Beef and Cabbage, Shepherd's Pie, Guinness Beef Stew and classic kid's favorites like hamburgers, chicken tenders and more. Don't forget to wear your green!?• Native Plants in the Landscape: 2 p.m. PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Ctr. 126 PPL Drive, Hawley. Presenter: Sue Thompson, NEPA Audubon Society. Join Sue Thompson, Proprietor of Mariposa Gardens, a local native plant nursery, for her informative presentation. Sue: 253-4006. No registration required.?• (Not Just A) Craft Fair: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. LaSalle Academy Dickson City Campus (formerly St. Mary's). Cub Scout Pack 21 is currently seeking vendors. Spaces will be 10"x10" and will cost $25. Reservations and information can be found by contacting Sarah Kovolenus by calling (570) 840-5915 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission into the event will cost $1. In addition to the craft fair, there will be a bake sale, snack bar and a raffle.?• Roast Beef Dinner: 4 - 7 p.m. Ledgedale Vol. Fire Co. To benefit Ray Marz and Ruth DiPalma. Mrs. DiPalma is battling pancreatic cancer and is the mother of 1st lieutenant Doug DiPalma. Ray Martz is a twelve year member, fire police officer, and husband of Ledgedale Ladies Auxiliary member Alice Marz. Ray is fighting a lung disease. Adults $10, children ages 12 and under $7.?• Maple Sugaring: 9 a.m. - Noon. Journey’s End Farm, Sterling. Learn the sugaring operation, farm, and protection of the land. Light refreshments avail. Be prepared for walking through muddy conditions. Free and open to the public, but prior registration is required. Call Delaware Highlands Conservancy 226-3164 or 845-583-1010, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.DelawareHighlands.org to register and receive directions
MAR. 10 SUN?• WCAA Winter Film Series: Enigmatic Endings: 6 p.m. Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 32 Commercial St., Honesdale. Film: Queen to Play. $5 donation is suggested, supports the Wayne County Arts Alliance's community programs. Info at 390.4420 or online waynecountyartsalliance.org.
MAR. 11 MON?Brunch with the Bunny: RSVP deadline Mar. 11. Event Mar,. 16. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Jefferson Township Lions Club Banquet Hall, Lions Rd. The Bunny will have a gift for each child under 12, and their will be craft activities. To reserve seats call 689-2512.
MAR. 12 TUES?• Emily Dickinson's Garden: 5:30 – 7 p.m. Cornell Cooperative Ext, Liberty, NY. Join naturalist Ed Wesely for a virtual tour of the fields and streams that Emily Dickinson knew around Amherst, and of the spring wildflowers that inspired her. Program is hosted Delaware Highlands Conservancy in partnership with Cornell Cooperative Extension in Sullivan County. Free and open to the public, prior registration required. Call Susan Dollard at 845-292-6180 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register/directions.?• Honesdale Area Pantry: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Behind the Tri County Beverage Building on Route 6, 214 Willow Avenue in Honesdale. For an emergency need contact a social services agency. In case of inclement weather, please call 253-4646 on your distribution day. For information about how to register with a pantry, you should call 253 - 4262. If you are unable to attend, you may ask someone to pick your food up for you. However, they must have your pantry card and a proxy giving them permission to pick up your food.?• PrimeTime Health Program at Senior Ctr: 10:30 – Noon. Hawley Sr. Ctr. Free Vision & Glaucoma Screening. Come out and have your vision screened and receive valuable information on services, prevention, detection and age related vision loss! Conducted by: Greater Wilkes-Barre Association For The Blind. Visit http://aging.co.wayne.pa.us/ or 253-4262.?• Substance Abuse in Our Community: How to Protect Your Family: 7 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, Hamlin. Learn what you can do if you suspect someone in your family is using. What should you do if you believe a drug dealer is working on your neighborhood block? Find out more about common signs and symptoms of abuse in the senior population
MAR. 13 WED?• Canasta: 6:30 p.m. Second Wednesday. Foundation Room, Column's Museum, 608 Broad St., Milford. Beginners and veterans are welcome to join. $5 donation get you in the game and lite refreshments provided.?• Caregivers Support Group: 1:30 – 3 p.m. . Earl J. Simons Senior Ctr. Guest speaker is Jamie Stunkard, ND CN of Nature’s Grace Health Foods & Deli in Honesdale, will be speaking on various herbs and vitamins that can be used to alleviate stress. He will also talk about relaxation and breathing techniques to help reduce stress. The meeting will be canceled if schools are closed due to inclement weather. For more info or if you need someone to “sit” with your loved one while you attend the meeting, please call Laurie 253-4262 IMMEDIATELY so we have enough time to make arrangements to accommodate you.?• Jazz in the Tavern: 6 – 8 p.m. Chestnut Tavern at Setter's Inn, Hawley. Hosted by Steve Faubel and Friends. Free, the public is welcome to come and enjoy the sounds of jazz. Every Wednesday.?• Lenten Study & Dessert: Milford Untied Methodist Church, 206 E. Ann St., Milford. Coffee & dessert served at 6:30 p.m., talks begin at 7 p.m. Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Lloyd H. Kenyon presents “Turning Points in the History of Christianity” on Wednesday evenings during Lent. All are welcome.?• PrimeTime Health Program at Senior Ctr: 10:30 – Noon. Honesdale Sr. Ctr. Free Vision & Glaucoma Screening. Come out and have your vision screened and receive valuable information on services, prevention, detection and age related vision loss! Conducted by: Greater Wilkes-Barre Association For The Blind. Visit http://aging.co.wayne.pa.us/ or 253-4262.
MAR. 14?• Boy Scouts of America 2013 Distinguished Citizens Award Dinner: 6 p.m. Best Western Genetti Hotel and Conference Center, Wilkes-Barre. Honoring John Metz, Executive Chairman of Metz Culinary Management and Patrick J. Dempsey, Chairman of Dempsey Uniform and Supply. This event is the major fundraising event for scouting contributing significant funding for the camp facilities, camperships, programming and equipment. Reservations by contacting Becky Mozeleski at email@example.com or Marcel L. Cinquina at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-1227x226.?• PrimeTime Health Program at Senior Ctr: 10:30 – Noon. Hamlin Sr. Ctr. Free Vision & Glaucoma Screening. Come out and have your vision screened and receive valuable information on services, prevention, detection and age related vision loss! Conducted by: Greater Wilkes-Barre Association For The Blind. Visit http://aging.co.wayne.pa.us/ or 253-4262.?• Representative Mike Peifer of the 139th PA District Speaks: 7 – 9 p.m. Patriots Connectors at the Wallenpaupack High School Library. An open free forum, all are welcome.?• Who Do You think You Are? 11 a.m. Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, Blough Bldg. , Long Ridge Rd. and Elizabeth St. White Mills Genealogist Joe Bryer. A lunch will follow. There is no charge for the lecture, but there is a fee for the lunch (members of the Sanctuary $10; non-members $12). Reservations necessary. Call 253-1185 or e-mail email@example.com. Space is limited.
MAR. 15 FRI?• Baked Potato Dinner: 5 - 7:30 p.m. Western Wayne High School Cafeteria. Baked Russet potatoes with hot toppings of chili, cheese sauce and steamed broccoli. Cold toppings shredded cheddar, sour cream, red onions, salsa, green peppers, bacon bits, butter. $8 per person. Take out avail. Snow date: March 16. Sponsored by Western Wayne Band Parents Association.?• Lenten Dinner: 4 - 7 p.m. Jefferson Twp. Lions Club, Lions Rd. (Next to Jefferson Elementary School). Eat in or take-out. Menu includes fish & chips, shrimp in a basket, homemade Manhattan clam chowder, haluski, and pierogies. Each Friday during Lent. Info 689-2512.?• Lenten Fish Fry: 5 - 8 p.m. VFW Post 531, 736 Main St., Honesdale. Fried fish, French fries, coleslaw, dessert & coffee. Adults $10, seniors $9, children ages 5 - 10 $$5, under age 5 free. Each Friday through Lent. Open to the public.?• Pizza Sale: Pick Up 3 – 6 p.m. Christ Episcopal Church of Forest City, corner of Dundaff and Delaware St.) Cheese pizza $10 or Pagach (mashed potato, cheese & onion) $12. Pre ordering is appreciated by calling 785-3425 and leave a message. Friday during Lent until Mar. 22.
MAR. 16 (SAT)?• Children’s Books & More Sale: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Community Library, Hamlin. New children's books and novelties, most at 50% off. Call 689-0903 for info.?• Corn Beef & Cabbage Dinner: 4 – 7 p.m. Promised Land Fire Dept., Rt. 390, Promised Land. Ticket $10, children under age 10 $8. Info. 676-3818.?• Fisherman's Flea Market: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Central Vol. Fire House, 574 Westcolang Rd (off Rt. 590 behind the Cuckoo's Nest). Admission $2, under age 10 free. Vendor tables $20. Questions e-mail Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org?• Food For Thought Series: Garden Pest Management, Poison Free: 10:30 – 11:45 a.m. Wayne County Public Library. Roger Hill talks about Poison Free, Integrated Pest Management strategies for home, farm and garden with modern non-toxic. Topics include beneficial insects, pheromone trapping, botanical insecticides, herbicide and more. To register/info call 253-1220 or e-mail email@example.com?• Free Luncheon: Noon - 1 p.m. Hawley United Methodist Church. First and third Saturday of the month.?• Live Reptiles and Amphibians: 1 p.m. PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Ctr. 126 PPL Drive, Hawley. Presenter: Rick Koval, Pocono naturalist. Live animals in the auditorium!
MAR. 17 SUN?• Breakfast Buffet: 8 – 11 a.m. Thompson Hose Co, Adults $8, children 12 and under $5. Pancakes, sausage, sausage gravy, hash brown, French toast, eggs, beverages.?• Corned Beef Dinner: 1 – 4 p.m. American Legion Post #139, SR 2001 & Christian Hill Rd., Milford. $12 per person. For more info call 296-8805 or stop by for tickets.?• Full Course Irish Dinner w/Entertainment: 1 – 4 p.m. Beach Lake Fire Hall, Rt. 652. Entertainment by Steve Jacobi & Fiddlin' Around. Ticket $15. For tickets call Anita 729-8610 or any member of the Auxiliary Fire Co.?• LAOH St. Patrick's Luncheon: Ben Mar. After 11 a.m. , Mass at St. Rose Church following the installation of officers. Members wear your sashes. Price of luncheon $17. For reservations call Mary 282-0161 or Kathy 282-5783.?• Pancake Breakfast: 8 a.m. - Noon. Ledgedale Vol. Fire Co. Fire Hall, Goose Pond Rd. With real PA Maple syrup in cooperation with the Northeastern Maple Growers Association. Adults $7, children under gee 12 $3. Benefits Ledgedale Fire Co.?• St. Patrick’s Corn Beef or Ham & Cabbage Dinner: 3 - 7 p.m. Jefferson Township Vol. Fire Dept., 405 Cortez Rd., Mt. Cobb. Eat in or take out avail.?WCAA Winter Film Series: Enigmatic Endings: 6 p.m. Wayne County Chamber of Commerce, 32 Commercial St., Honesdale. $5 donation is suggested, supports the Wayne County Arts Alliance's community programs. Info at 390.4420 or online waynecountyartsalliance.org.
MAR. 19 TUES?• Japan: An Exploration of Geography, Culture, History and Modernity: 5:30 p.m. Wayne county Public Library. Presented by Sheila Vaswani. The series will run Feb. 19, Mar 19, and April 23. Sheila is an excellent speaker and her presentations are exciting.
MAR. 20 WED?• CSA Info Session: 6:30 - 8 p.m. LCEI, 10 Moffat Dr., Covington Twp. Join a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program to enjoy fresh, seasonal, locally grown produce. Alicia Anderson of Journey's End Farm will discuss the many benefits of joining a CSA and pertinent information on purchasing options, pick-up locations and pricing. $5 per person. Pre-registration is required. For more info/to register, contact LCEI 842-1506.?• Jazz in the Tavern: 6 – 8 p.m. Chestnut Tavern at Setter's Inn, Hawley. Hosted by Steve Faubel and Friends. Free, the public is welcome to come and enjoy the sounds of jazz. Every Wednesday.?• Lakewood Area Pantry: 1 - 3 p.m. Northern Wayne Family Health Center. For an emergency need call 798 - 2859; 798 - 2229. In case of inclement weather, please call 253-4646 on your distribution day. For information about how to register with a pantry, you should call 253 - 4262. If you are unable to attend, you may ask someone to pick your food up for you. However, they must have your pantry card and a proxy giving them permission to pick up your food.?• Lenten Study & Dessert: Milford Untied Methodist Church, 206 E. Ann St., Milford. Coffee & dessert served at 6:30 p.m., talks begin at 7 p.m. Guest speaker Rev. Dr. Lloyd H. Kenyon presents “Turning Points in the History of Christianity” on Wednesday evenings during Lent. All are welcome.