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Mon., Nov. 20

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its fall story time cycle for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Dancing, music, and art projects for children ages 2-5. 845/794-4660

Tue., Nov. 21

MIDDLETOWN — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) hosts Court Appointed Special Assistants/Advocates (CASA) Training every Tuesday and Thursday through December 5. CASA volunteers are the voice of an abused or neglected child assigned to them by Orange and Sullivan Family Court Judges, and support what is in the best interest of the child; monitor court orders and report to the judge in family court proceedings on the progress of the child. Interview required: 845/343-8082 x 100 or www.drcservices.org

DAMASCUS — Abrahamsville United Methodist Church hosts their annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale in the church basement, 3-6pm. A variety of freshly-baked homemade pies available, $10/each.

JEFFERSONVILLE — The Sullivan County Public Library hosts 3D printer workshop at its Jeffersonville Branch, 5-7pm. Learn how to use a 3D printer to design and print holiday decorations. Register: wsplonline.org or 845/482-4350

LIBERTY — The Caregiver Resource Center of Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts a free Caregiver Holiday Celebration at Yiasou Café, 6-8pm. Informal family caregivers are invited to enjoy free desserts and non-alcoholic beverages  Register: 845/292-6180 or sullivan@cornell.edu

NARROWSBURG — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) holds the monthly meeting of its Water Use/Resource Management Committee (WU/RM) at the UDC office, 7pm. Agenda will include updates on ongoing projects, reports of recent meetings and notices of upcoming events. Open to the public. 845/252-3022

Wed., Nov. 22

NARROWSBURG — Free computer support every Wednesday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 4-8pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

MONTICELLO — E.B. Crawford Library hosts Baby Brain Time, 10am. Grown-ups and babies will explore different activities together as they develop skills for early literacy. Program is designed for ages birth through 18 months and for one child to take part with one adult. Registration required: 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Thu., Nov. 23

MIDDLETOWN — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) hosts Court Appointed Special Assistants/Advocates (CASA) Training every Tuesday and Thursday through December 5. CASA volunteers are the voice of an abused or neglected child assigned to them by Orange and Sullivan Family Court Judges, and support what is in the best interest of the child; monitor court orders and report to the judge in family court proceedings on the progress of the child. Interview required: 845/343-8082 x 100 or www.drcservices.org

MILFORD — Church of the Good Shepherd of Milford hosts a free Thanksgiving dinner with trimmings. Delivery for meals on wheels recipients 11am, sit-down for those in need, 12noon. Volunteers welcome: 570/228-7699

MONTICELLO — As part of the fall session of Sholom Jewish University, Temple Sholom hosts a ten-session course on Thursdays for two levels of Hebrew taught by Laura Miller. Beginners at 12:15pm, level 2 at 1:45pm. Cost: $36/Temple members, $54/non-members. Register by September 28 to avoid registration fee. 845/794-8731

Fri., Nov. 24

JEFFERSONVILLE — Free computer support every Friday at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10am-2pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its fall story time cycle for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Dancing, music, and art projects for children ages 2-5. 845/794-4660

Sat., Nov. 25

MARGARETVILLE — The Business Association of Margaretville hosts the annual "Holiday on Main" event. Shopping specials offered by local merchants and many free events all day. Santa will greet children at the American Legion Hall, 12noon-4 pm. A live Nativity scene will be enacted at 4pm. Caroling and a tree lighting at 4:30pm. 845/586-4177

BEACH LAKE — Beach Lake United Methodist Church hosts Fair Trade Sampling Day, 10am-4pm. Equal Exchange fairly-traded organic coffee, tea, hot cocoa, chocolate, baking items, dried fruits, nuts and olive oil. 570/729-7011 or beachlakeumc.com

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — WJFF Radio Catskill hosts its 19th Annual Music Sale at the Fireman's Hall, 11am-3pm. Records, CDs, instruments, speakers and more. High-quality instruments and electronics will be auctioned off at 1pm.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

JEFFERSONVILLE — Santa and his elves visit Jeff Bank, 12:30-3:30pm.

NARROWSBURG — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a free presentation on "Golden Eagles of NY" at The Narrowsburg Union, 1pm. Peg DiBenedetto of the Eastern Golden Eagle Project will discuss the population of winter resident Golden Eagles of New York State. delawarehighlands.org

HONESDALE — Contra dance at The Cooperage, 7:30-10pm. Live music by Laura Courtright and Craig Gehrig. Beginners always welcome. Dancing lessons at 7:15pm for beginners. Suggested donation: $10, kids under 15/free. 570/253-2020

Sun., Nov. 26

BEACH LAKE — Beach Lake United Methodist Church hosts Fair Trade Sampling Day, 7am-2pm. Equal Exchange fairly-traded organic coffee, tea, hot cocoa, chocolate, baking items, dried fruits, nuts and olive oil. 570/729-7011 or beachlakeumc.com

WHITE MILLS — The Art Factory of White Mills hosts a "Shop Local and Save" art sale, 10am-6pm. Artists of the Factory will be discounting some of their artwork. theartfactoryofwhitemills.com

HONESDALE — The Wayne Choralaires stage "One Holy Night," a concert of Christmas standards and more, at Central United Methodist Church, 2pm. 

Tue., Nov. 28

MIDDLETOWN — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) hosts Court Appointed Special Assistants/Advocates (CASA) Training every Tuesday and Thursday through December 5. CASA volunteers are the voice of an abused or neglected child assigned to them by Orange and Sullivan Family Court Judges, and support what is in the best interest of the child; monitor court orders and report to the judge in family court proceedings on the progress of the child. Interview required: 845/343-8082 x 100 or www.drcservices.org

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

NARROWSBURG — The Upper Delaware Council (UDC) holds meetings for its Project Review and Operations Committees at the UDC office. Project Review Committee begins at 6:30pm, Operations Committee begins at 7:30pm. Open to the public. 845/252-3022

Wed., Nov. 29

CALLICOON — The Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Chapter hosts a free educational program at Catskill Regional Medical Center, Grover M Hermann Hospital, in the cafeteria. "Legal & Financial Planning for Alzheimer's Disease," 2-3pm. RSVP: 800/272-3900

NARROWSBURG — Free computer support every Wednesday at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 4-8pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

LIBERTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts a "Learn to Write a Successful Business Plan" workshop at its Extension Education Center, 5:30-7:30pm. Cost: $10 (members) or $15 (non-members) per person per class. Registration required: 845/292-6180

Thu., Nov. 30

MIDDLETOWN — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) hosts Court Appointed Special Assistants/Advocates (CASA) Training every Tuesday and Thursday through December 5. CASA volunteers are the voice of an abused or neglected child assigned to them by Orange and Sullivan Family Court Judges, and support what is in the best interest of the child; monitor court orders and report to the judge in family court proceedings on the progress of the child. Interview required: 845/343-8082 x 100 or www.drcservices.org

MONTICELLO — As part of the fall session of Sholom Jewish University, Temple Sholom hosts a ten-session course on Thursdays for two levels of Hebrew taught by Laura Miller. Beginners at 12:15pm, level 2 at 1:45pm. Cost: $36/Temple members, $54/non-members. Register by September 28 to avoid registration fee. 845/794-8731

CALLICOON — The Sullivan County Public Library hosts 3D printer workshop at its Delaware Free Branch, 5-7pm. Learn how to use a 3D printer to design and print holiday decorations. Register: wsplonline.org or 845/887-4040

CARBONDALE — The Wayne Choralaires stage "One Holy Night," a concert of Christmas standards and more, at St. Rose of Lima Church, 7pm. 

Fri., Dec. 1

JEFFERSONVILLE — Free computer support every Friday at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10am-2pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

Equinunk Historical Society's First Friday at the Calder Cafe, 1972 Pine Mill Rd.; doors open 6:30pm; music starts about 7:15pm. First Fridays continue through April 7 the first Friday of the month. Free event; local musical talent, sing-alongs, raconteurs and other talents. Limit of 3 pieces per performer, acoustic only. Light refreshments for purchase. Call 570/224-0223.

Sat., Dec. 2

FALLSBURG — The Second Annual Catskill New Bot Battle - VEX Robotics Competition is held at the Fallsburg Fallsburg Jr./Sr. High School Gym,10am-5pm. The event will feature teams from around New York State, with local teams from Fallsburg, Monticello, and Minisink Valley. Free admission for spectators. dthomas@fallsburgcsd.net

DNGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) hosts a Winter Ecology Hike, 10am-12noon. Learn how different plants and animals survive the winter. All ages welcome. Cost: $5/non-members, free/members. Pre-registration requested: 570/828-2319

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

HURLEYVILLE — The Sullivan County Historical Society hosts its holiday open house at the Sullivan County Museum, 11am-4pm. Come see the Museum decked out in its holiday finery. 845/434-8044

DNGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) hosts an Ecozone Discovery Room, 1-4pm. Climb into a bald eagle’s nest, crawl into a bat cave, explore a beaver lodge, and dig in a fossil pit.  Explore and enjoy hands-on exhibits on natural history, sustainability and the local environment. Cost: $2/person. Pre-registration requested: 570/828-2319

LIBERTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts craft and gift workshops for youth (ages 5-18) at its Extension Education Center, 1-3pm. Ten stations of make-and-take projects, including gift jar pin cushions, cards for community service, horseshoe, reindeer and snowflake ornaments and more. Cost: $10/child or $5/enrolled 4-H members. Registration required: 845/292-6180

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Transformation Choir of Sullivan County hosts "Tapestry of Light," a Celtic Christmas Celebration by Joseph M. Martin, at Livingston Manor Presbyterian Church, 2pm. A freewill offering will be accepted and will benefit local food pantries. 845/887-4346

BETHANY — Bethany Village Senior Living Community hosts a Holiday Open House and Tricky Tray Raffle, 2-4pm. Over 100 baskets to raffle, light refreshments, entertainment and spectacular decorations. Annual tree lighting in the main lobby at 3:30pm, drawings will begin promptly at 4pm. 570/251-3463

HURLEYVILLE — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) hosts a reception for the pop-up exhibition "DVAA Radius: Hurleyville," featuring works from artists who live within ten miles of the town, at Gallery 222, 4-6pm. Exhibition runs December 2 through 3, and December 9 through 30. 845/252-7576

JEFFERSONVILLE — Transformation Choir of Sullivan County hosts "Tapestry of Light," a Celtic Christmas Celebration by Joseph M. Martin, at Jeffersonville Presbyterian Church, 7pm. A freewill offering will be accepted and will benefit local food pantries. 845/887-4346

Sun., Dec. 3

CUDDEBACKVILLE — The Neversink Valley Museum of History & Innovation hosts a Last Stop Shop Holiday Craft Boutique at the D&H Canal Park Visitors Center, 10am-3pm. Handcrafted items by local artisans in a boutique setting. 845/754-8870

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Morgan Outdoors hosts "Exploring the Shawangunks – A Visual Odyssey" with photographer Nora Scarlett, 1pm. Book signing to follow presentation. Reserve a seat: 845/439-5507 

HAWLEY — The Wayne Choralaires stage "One Holy Night," a concert of Christmas standards and more, at BVM Queen of Peace Church, 2pm. 

HAWLEY — The Wayne Choralaires stage "One Holy Night," a concert of Christmas standards and more, at BVM Queen of Peace Church, 2pm. 

NARROWSBURG — Tusten Town Hall hosts a Community Tricky Tray, 6pm. Doors open 4pm, have cookies with Santa, take pictures and make crafts, 5pm. Food available, kids eat free. All proceeds donated to Tusten Youth.

Tue., Dec. 5

MIDDLETOWN — The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) hosts Court Appointed Special Assistants/Advocates (CASA) Training every Tuesday and Thursday through December 5. CASA volunteers are the voice of an abused or neglected child assigned to them by Orange and Sullivan Family Court Judges, and support what is in the best interest of the child; monitor court orders and report to the judge in family court proceedings on the progress of the child. Interview required: 845/343-8082 x 100 or www.drcservices.org

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

Thu., Dec. 7

MONTICELLO — As part of the fall session of Sholom Jewish University, Temple Sholom hosts a ten-session course on Thursdays for two levels of Hebrew taught by Laura Miller. Beginners at 12:15pm, level 2 at 1:45pm. Cost: $36/Temple members, $54/non-members. Register by September 28 to avoid registration fee. 845/794-8731

Fri., Dec. 8

JEFFERSONVILLE — Free computer support every Friday at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10am-2pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

MILFORD — The Pike County Developmental Center (PCDC) hosts its craft store holiday open house, 12noon-2pm. Hand-crafted gifts for all occasions. Complimentary refreshments. All proceeds benefit the Pike County Developmental Center Participants. 570/296-6319

Sat., Dec. 9

HONESDALE — Highlights for Children holds its 26th annual holiday open house at its editorial offices, 10am-4pm.  Treats, entertainment, craft room. 570/253-1080

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

LIBERTY — Lighthouse Ministries presents a biblical play: "Job: I Know My Redeemer Lives!," at 23 Triangle Rd., 6pm. 845/985-7026 or lighthouseministriesny.com

LONG EDDY — The Long Eddy Saloon hosts Hudson Valley singer-songwriter Jeff Selear, 8pm.

MATAMORAS — The TriVersity Center for Gender & Sexual Diversity hosts its Holiday Party at Best Western Inn, 8pm. 18 to party, 21 to drink. No cover, DJ entertainment, light refreshments. 

Mon., Dec. 11

HONESDALE — The Park Street Complex Children & Youth Library hosts Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), a two-day workshop in suicide first aid, 8am-4pm. Learn the skills to help save a life. 570/253-9200 or mvalinski@waynecountypa.gov

Tue., Dec. 12

HONESDALE — The Park Street Complex Children & Youth Library hosts Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), a two-day workshop in suicide first aid, 8am-4pm. Learn the skills to help save a life. 570/253-9200 or mvalinski@waynecountypa.gov

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

GRAHAMSVILLE — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts a free credit management class at the Daniel Pierce Library, 6-8pm. Pre-registration required: 845/292-6180 or www.sullivancce.org

Thu., Dec. 14

MONTICELLO — Human Rights Commission of Sullivan County meeting in Legislative Chamber in the Government Center, 5:30pm. Held the second Thursday of every month. 845/807-0189.

Fri., Dec. 15

JEFFERSONVILLE — Free computer support every Friday at the Jeffersonville Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library, 10am-2pm. Have questions about a new device? Or an app that isn’t working like you thought? Need help with a new computer or operating system? Get answers to these questions and more.

Sat., Dec. 16

COLD SPRING — The Chapel Community Kitchen holds its monthly free luncheon at the Cold Spring Chapel on the corner of Great Bend Turnpike and Upper Woods Road, 11:30am-1:30pm. Serving ham, potatoes, green beans, applesauce, bread, refreshments and lots of homemade desserts. All are welcomed, there will be a free will offering.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

NARROWSBURG — St. Francis Xavier Church hosts their monthly 2 Franks Café, a free community luncheon, at its Parish Hall, 12noon-1pm. Meet your neighbors and enjoy a great festive meal.. All are welcome.

Tue., Dec. 19

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

Sat., Dec. 23

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Tue., Dec. 26

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

Tue., Jan. 2

HONESDALE — Wayne Memorial Hospital hosts a six-session support group, "Surviving the Holidays" after the loss of a loved one, 6-7pm. Tuesdays through January 2. Registration required: 570/241-2685

Sat., Jan. 6

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Thu., Jan. 11

MONTICELLO — Human Rights Commission of Sullivan County meeting in Legislative Chamber in the Government Center, 5:30pm. Held the second Thursday of every month. 845/807-0189.

Sat., Jan. 20

COLD SPRING — The Chapel Community Kitchen holds its monthly free luncheon at the Cold Spring Chapel on the corner of Great Bend Turnpike and Upper Woods Road, 11:30am-1:30pm. Serving ham, potatoes, green beans, applesauce, bread, refreshments and lots of homemade desserts. All are welcomed, there will be a free will offering.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

NARROWSBURG — St. Francis Xavier Church hosts their monthly 2 Franks Café, a free community luncheon, at its Parish Hall, 12noon-1pm. Meet your neighbors and enjoy homemade soups and more. All are welcome.

Sat., Jan. 27

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Puccini's "Tosca" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Feb. 3

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Thu., Feb. 8

MONTICELLO — Human Rights Commission of Sullivan County meeting in Legislative Chamber in the Government Center, 5:30pm. Held the second Thursday of every month. 845/807-0189.

Sat., Feb. 10

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Donizetti's "L’Elisir D’Amore" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Feb. 17

COLD SPRING — The Chapel Community Kitchen holds its monthly free luncheon at the Cold Spring Chapel on the corner of Great Bend Turnpike and Upper Woods Road, 11:30am-1:30pm. Serving ham, potatoes, green beans, applesauce, bread, refreshments and lots of homemade desserts. All are welcomed, there will be a free will offering.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Sat., Feb. 24

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Donizetti's "La Bohème" at the Seelig Theater, 12:30pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Mar. 3

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Sat., Mar. 10

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Rossini's "Semiramide" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Mar. 17

COLD SPRING — The Chapel Community Kitchen holds its monthly free luncheon at the Cold Spring Chapel on the corner of Great Bend Turnpike and Upper Woods Road, 11:30am-1:30pm. Serving ham, potatoes, green beans, applesauce, bread, refreshments and lots of homemade desserts. All are welcomed, there will be a free will offering.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

Sat., Mar. 31

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts the Main Street Farmers' Market, 11am-1pm. 570/253-2020 or thecooperageproject.org

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Mozart's "Così Fan Tutte" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Apr. 14

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Verdi's "Luisa Miller" at the Seelig Theater, 12:30pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

Sat., Apr. 28

LOCH SHELDRAKE — As part of the Met in HD series, SUNY Sullivan hosts a simulcast performance of Cendrillon's "Massenet" at the Seelig Theater, 12:55pm. Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera. Cost: $20, $10/children 13 and under and students w/valid ID. 845/434-5750 x 4472

 

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