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Tue., Jan. 23

NARROWSBURG — Preschool-age children learn about the New Year, sing songs, make art, and explore the wonders of winter at Western Sullivan Public Library, Tusten-Cochecton Branch, 10am. Register online: wsplonline.org

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

HONESDALE — The Wayne County Public Library hosts "Fundamentals of Investing," part one of a three-part series, 5pm. The series will start with the "why" of investing before moving into a discussion of "where" to invest your money, and finally "putting it all together." RSVP: 570/253-1220 or ewilson@waynelibraries.org

Wed., Jan. 24

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

CALLICOON — Preschool-age children learn about the New Year, sing songs, make art, and explore the wonders of winter at Western Sullivan Public Library, Delaware Free Branch, 10:30am. Register online: wsplonline.org

MONTICELLO — The Self-Management Resource Center hosts "Living Healthy, Living Well" at Action Toward Independence, 12:30-3pm. A free evidence-based program presenting day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments. Register by January 5: 845/292-6180.

JEFFERSONVILLE — Western Sullivan Public Library, Jeffersonville Branch hosts a local discussion group in its Community Room, 5:30pm. Discuss current events and share information. 845/482-4350

Thu., Jan. 25

JEFFERSONVILLE — Preschool-age children learn about the New Year, sing songs, make art, and explore the wonders of winter at Western Sullivan Public Library, Jeffersonville Branch, 11am. Register online: wsplonline.org

HONESDALE — The Women's Club of Honesdale holds its first meeting of 2018 at the Chamber of Commerce building, 1:30pm. The speaker for this meeting will be Wayne County Coroner Edward Howell.  

 

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project continues its Shakespeare on Film program with "Love's Labour's Lost," 7pm. A group led by Dr. Robert Dugan screens the film and shares impressions throughout the evening. 570/253-2020

Fri., Jan. 26

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

NARROWSBURG — The ACT Underground Theatre Company holds a general casting call for its 2018 at Delaware Valley Arts Alliance's Krause Hall, 7-10pm. You do not have to be an experienced actor. Scenes will be provided to read. info@actundergroundtheatre.com or 845/588-5043.

Sat., Jan. 27

TAFTON — Silver Birches hosts the annual Ice Tee Golf Tournament. Reserve tee times 10am-1pm (Saturday); 9am-2pm (Sunday). Cost per golfer: $20/advance, $25/door. 570/226-3191 or northpoconoschamber.com

LACKAWAXEN — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a guided eagle-viewing bus trip, 10am-1pm. Trips commence at the Upper Delaware Visitor Center. Learn from an expert guide and take a scenic drive throughout the Upper Delaware River region to look for and learn about bald eagles and their habitat. Dress warmly in layers and wear waterproof boots. Bring binoculars, camera, and snacks. Cost: $15/members, $20/non-members. Reservations required: 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010

HAWLEY — The Hawley Public Library hosts "Fundamentals of Investing," part one of a three-part series, 10:30am. The series will start with the "why" of investing before moving into a discussion of "where" to invest your money, and finally "putting it all together." RSVP: 570/226-4620 or dcorcoran@waynelibraries.org

ROSCOE — Roscoe Beer Company hosts Trout Town Winter Fest, 12noon-5pm. Afterparty inside the brewery, 5-8pm. Horse-drawn carriage rides, food and craft beer, snowshoeing, live music, snowman contests and more. 607/290-5002

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

NARROWSBURG — The ACT Underground Theatre Company holds a general casting call for its 2018 at Delaware Valley Arts Alliance's Krause Hall, 2-5pm. You do not have to be an experienced actor. Scenes will be provided to read. info@actundergroundtheatre.com or 845/588-5043.

Sun., Jan. 28

TAFTON — Silver Birches hosts the annual Ice Tee Golf Tournament. Reserve tee times 10am-1pm (Saturday); 9am-2pm (Sunday). Cost per golfer: $20/advance, $25/door. 570/226-3191 or northpoconoschamber.com

CALLICOON — Cafe Adella Dori hosts "Yarnslingers," a reading of short and true stories based around the theme "Mother," 1pm. Storytellers include Jonathan Charles Fox, Kazzrie Jaxen, Paola Tawa, Evan Eisenberg, Ramona Jan and Helena Clare Pittman. 570/224-7511

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts singer/songwriter/guitarist Mike Mizwnski to celebrate his third studio album "A Year Ago Today," 3pm. Suggested donation: $10, free/kids under 15. 570/253-2020

Mon., Jan. 29

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Jan. 30

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

JEFFERSONVILLE — Western Sullivan Public Library hosts a Robot Club, 4:30pm. Participants will be introduced to robotics and will build either a solar-powered crab robot or a gear powered transforming robot of their own. Registration limited to 10 participants: 845/482-4350 or pcc@rcls.org

Wed., Jan. 31

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

HONESDALE — Victims' Intervention Program stages a sidewalk installation at Wayne County Courthouse, 12noon. Part of the Red Sand Project to highlight the problem of human trafficking.

MONTICELLO — The Self-Management Resource Center hosts "Living Healthy, Living Well" at Action Toward Independence, 12:30-3pm. A free evidence-based program presenting day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments. Register by January 5: 845/292-6180.

NARROWSBURG — The Narrowsburg Chamber of Commerce hosts a meeting and discussion at Tusten Town Hall, 5:30-7pm. Pizza and soft drinks. janeluchsinger@frontiernet.net or 845/252-3864

Thu., Feb. 1

LORDS VALLEY — The Pike Chamber of Commerce hosts a business networking event at Ryan's Deli, 5pm. Complimentary food, refreshments, beer specials a 50/50 raffle and door prizes. Snow date February 2. Cost: free/Chamber members, $10/non-members. RSVP: info@pikechamber.com or 570/296-8700

HONESDALE — The Cooperage hosts "Supper Club: An Interactive Meal," 6-9pm. Attendees will meet and help prepare dinner, a side dish or salad and dessert with a lesson and some hands-on participation. BYOB. Cost: $25. info@thecooperageproject.org or call 570.253.2020

Fri., Feb. 2

LIVINGSTON MANOR — The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce hosts the First Friday Networking Breakfast at the Arnold House, 7:30-9am. Please bring a non-perishable food item or trial size personal hygiene item for the local food pantry. Cost: $20/advance registration for members, $25/day-of registration for members, $30/future members. For advance price, RSVP by January 31, 4pm: 845/791-4200

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

Sat., Feb. 3

LIVINGSTON MANOR — The Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum (CFFCM) hosts the 13th annual Fly Fest in the Wulff Gallery, 9:30am-4pm. Featuring over 40 tyers from inside and outside the area. Individuals who want to learn how to tie are also invited. Sponsored by Catskill Flies of Roscoe. Suggested donation: $5. flyshop@catskillflies.com or 607/498-6146

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts Cross Country Skiing, 10am-12noon. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. You decide how many loops to ski. Cost: $20/adult, $10/child. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

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

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids grade K through 2, 11am-1pm. Taste fresh produce and learn ways to shine bright during the winter months. A healthy snack will be provided. 570/253-2020

PORT JERVIS — Join lifestyle & indoor gardening expert, Beth Hackman, for the "Create a Terrarium Workshop" at Foundry42, 12noon. Create your own individualized terrarium to take home. Terrarium style/accessories will vary depending on the season. One glass of wine and nibbles included. Workshop free (includes all materials): $45. https://tinyurl.com/yc64lgue

SHOHOLA — The Barryville Area Arts Association hosts a reception for its new exhibit for Black History Month at the Artists’ Market Community Center, 4-6pm. Exhibit includes the work of contemporary artists, as well as an exhibit of prints tracing the history of black American art through slavery into the civil rights movement. Reception features complimentary refreshments, live music, and a group show of local artists.

LORDS VALLEY — The Gallery at Chant Realtors LV hosts an art show opening for the work of wildlife photographer Nancy Hopping, 5-7pm. Meet the artist. Refreshments served. Exhibit runs through February 26.

Sun., Feb. 4

YULAN — The Knights of Columbus St. Anthony’s Church host a Super Bowl Pancake Breakfast Feast, 8am-1pm. All proceeds go to support the many charitable works of the local Knights.

SHOHOLA — Milford Cub Scout Pack 71 holds its annual Pinewood Derby on February 4, 2017, at the Shohola Elementary School. The public is invited to check out the race on a digital track, and any youth or adults (boys & girls) interested in racing can enter the open race. Weigh-ins at 11am, race at 12noon. Participants must register for the race by January 31; car kits are available from the pack for $5. Snow date February 11. milfordpack71@gmail.com or 973/903-2832

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts Cross Country Skiing, 1pm-3pm. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. You decide how many loops to ski. Cost: $20/adult, $10/child. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

BETHEL — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a Snowshoe Hike at The Forest Reserve at Smallwood, 1-2:30pm. A 1-mile loop on fairly even terrain, with gentle hills through white pines and along White Lake Brook. Free, registration required for directions: 570/226-3164

Mon., Feb. 5

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Feb. 6

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

MILFORD — Pike Imaging Council hosts its monthly free photography club meeting at Belle Reve Senior Center, 6:30pm. Meeting includes presentation and discussion about drone photography. https://tinyurl.com/ybosaffx

Wed., Feb. 7

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

LIBERTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts "Invasive Species ID & Management," 12noon-3pm. Participants will be introduced to the invasive species that can be found in the Catskill region, including hemlock woollyadelgid, emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, Southern pine beetle, and oak wilt. The risks associated with non-management will also be addressed. Lunch provided. Cost: $20, $15/CCESC enrollee. 845/292-6180 or sullivancce.org

MONTICELLO — The Self-Management Resource Center hosts "Living Healthy, Living Well" at Action Toward Independence, 12:30-3pm. A free evidence-based program presenting day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments. Register by January 5: 845/292-6180.

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.

Fri., Feb. 9

DAMASCUS — The Damascus United Methodist Charge hosts their annual "Cookie Pick" at the Dime Bank, 8:30am-6pm. All proceeds benefit church mission trips. Homemade cookies $5/lb. 570/729-7270

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

Sat., Feb. 10

DAMASCUS — The Damascus United Methodist Charge hosts their annual "Cookie Pick" at the Dime Bank, 8:30am-12noon. All proceeds benefit church mission trips. Homemade cookies $5/lb. 570/729-7270

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts a free cross country skiing program, "Bridge the Gap: Ski the McDade Trail," 9am-12noon. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

LACKAWAXEN — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a guided eagle-viewing bus trip, 10am-1pm. Trips commence at the Upper Delaware Visitor Center. Learn from an expert guide and take a scenic drive throughout the Upper Delaware River region to look for and learn about bald eagles and their habitat. Dress warmly in layers and wear waterproof boots. Bring binoculars, camera, and snacks. Cost: $15/members, $20/non-members. Reservations required: 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010

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

HAWLEY — Hawley Silk Mill hosts a free showing of the documentary "Gerrymandering," 2-4pm. Free to the public. Followed by audience Q&A and an update on the effort being led by Fair Districts PA. fairdistrictspa.org

PORT JERVIS — Foundry42 hosts "Love at First Bite," 6-9pm. A Valentines inspired five-course farm to table dinner prepared by "Chopped" champion Dafna Mizrahi. Cost: $85 + tax. https://tinyurl.com/ydyj2k5b

Sun., Feb. 11

ROCK HILL — Rock Hill Fire Department hosts a pancake breakfast, 7am-12noon. Now serving real maple syrup. Cost: $8/adults, $6/under 12, free/under 5. rockhillfiredept.com

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts Cross Country Skiing, 1pm-3pm. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. You decide how many loops to ski. Cost: $20/adult, $10/child. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

Mon., Feb. 12

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Feb. 13

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Wed., Feb. 14

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

MONTICELLO — The Self-Management Resource Center hosts "Living Healthy, Living Well" at Action Toward Independence, 12:30-3pm. A free evidence-based program presenting day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments. Register by January 5: 845/292-6180.

Fri., Feb. 16

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

Sat., Feb. 17

LACKAWAXEN — The Delaware Highlands Conservancy hosts a guided eagle-viewing bus trip, 10am-1pm. Trips commence at the Upper Delaware Visitor Center. Learn from an expert guide and take a scenic drive throughout the Upper Delaware River region to look for and learn about bald eagles and their habitat. Dress warmly in layers and wear waterproof boots. Bring binoculars, camera, and snacks. Cost: $15/members, $20/non-members. Reservations required: 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010

MARGARETVILLE — The Business Association of Margaretville hosts the Sweets on Main event. Lineup includes chocolate tastings at Catskill Candies and Confections, a wine tasting at Margaretville Liquor Store, selfie stations for pictures with your sweetie in several village locations and a snowman building contest (weather permitting). 845/586-4177

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

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids grade K through 2, 11am-1pm. Taste fresh produce and learn ways to shine bright during the winter months. A healthy snack will be provided. 570/253-2020

PORT JERVIS — Foundry42 hosts "Kids in the Kitchen with Cooper," 1-2:30pm. Drop your child off for a cooking class. Ages 6-12. Class includes use of apron and chef's hat. Cost per class: $30. Classes will be rescheduled in case of bad weather. https://tinyurl.com/y8xypglx

NARROWSBURG — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts "Dirty Laundry: It All Comes Out in the Wash," a one-man show starring Jonathan Charles Fox, 2pm. https://tinyurl.com/y7k8wbh8

Sun., Feb. 18

NARROWSBURG — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts "Dirty Laundry: It All Comes Out in the Wash," a one-man show starring Jonathan Charles Fox, 2pm. https://tinyurl.com/y7k8wbh8

Mon., Feb. 19

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Feb. 20

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Wed., Feb. 21

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

MONTICELLO — The Self-Management Resource Center hosts "Living Healthy, Living Well" at Action Toward Independence, 12:30-3pm. A free evidence-based program presenting day-to-day techniques for self-management of multiple chronic health conditions and medical recommendations as well as complimentary enhancements to traditional clinical treatments. Register by January 5: 845/292-6180.

HAWLEY — Lackawanna College hosts PTA Program Night at the Lake Region Center, 9-11:30am. Admissions, application fee waived, financial aid. RSVP by February 19: 570/226-4625

Fri., Feb. 23

HARRIS — Catskill Regional Medical Center hosts the 40th Annual 98.3 WSUL Heart-A-Thon he Woodland Garden Café, located on the Hospital's ground floor, 6am-7pm. Event will feature guest speakers, information and tips about heart health and a variety of health care demonstrations. crmcny.org

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

Sat., Feb. 24

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts Cross Country Skiing, 10am-12noon. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. You decide how many loops to ski. Cost: $20/adult, $10/child. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

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

Sun., Feb. 25

DINGMANS FERRY — The Pocono Environment Education Center (PEEC) hosts Cross Country Skiing, 1pm-3pm. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. You decide how many loops to ski. Cost: $20/adult, $10/child. Skis, poles and boots provided. Register with shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319 or peec.org

Mon., Feb. 26

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Feb. 27

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Wed., Feb. 28

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

Fri., Mar. 2

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

Sat., Mar. 3

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

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids grade K through 2, 11am-1pm. Taste fresh produce and learn ways to shine bright during the winter months. A healthy snack will be provided. 570/253-2020

MIDDLETOWN — Middletown Lions Club hosts the 5th annual Gourmet Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser at Hoffman Masonic Lodge #412, 4-7pm. Raffle baskets/certificates. Donations to benefit Hospice of Orange & Sullivan Counties and Middletown Lions Charity Projects: $12/adults, $6/children 11 years and under. 845/343-1089

Sun., Mar. 4

PORT JERVIS — Foundry42 hosts "Kids in the Kitchen with Cooper," 1-2:30pm. Drop your child off for a cooking class. Ages 6-12. Class includes use of apron and chef's hat. Cost per class: $30. Classes will be rescheduled in case of bad weather. https://tinyurl.com/y8xypglx

Mon., Mar. 5

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Mar. 6

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Wed., Mar. 7

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

Fri., Mar. 9

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

Sat., Mar. 10

PORT JERVIS — Join lifestyle & indoor gardening expert, Beth Hackman, for the "Create a Terrarium Workshop" at Foundry42, 12noon. Create your own individualized terrarium to take home. Terrarium style/accessories will vary depending on the season. One glass of wine and nibbles included. Workshop free (includes all materials): $45. https://tinyurl.com/yc64lgue

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

PORT JERVIS — The Business & Professional Women's Club of Port Jervis hosts the 17th annual "Stars of Tomorrow" Tricky Tray at Port Jevis High School, 2pm. Free admission. Tickets $1 per sheet, with a chance to win a $200 cash prize if you buy $30 in tickets. More than 300 baskets and gift certificates, raffle prizes, special tables, 50/50, door prizes and refreshments. Snow date March 11. 570/296-7173

Mon., Mar. 12

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

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Mar. 13

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

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

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids grade K through 2, 11am-1pm. Taste fresh produce and learn ways to shine bright during the winter months. A healthy snack will be provided. 570/253-2020

Sun., Mar. 18

PORT JERVIS — Foundry42 hosts "Kids in the Kitchen with Cooper," 1-2:30pm. Drop your child off for a cooking class. Ages 6-12. Class includes use of apron and chef's hat. Cost per class: $30. Classes will be rescheduled in case of bad weather. https://tinyurl.com/y8xypglx

Mon., Mar. 19

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Mar. 20

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Mon., Mar. 26

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Tue., Mar. 27

MONTICELLO — The E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "Yiddish - All Levels" in the Robert D. Norris Community Room on Tuesdays, 10:30am-12noon. Join Leora at the Library to brush up on your Yiddish. ebcpl.org

Sat., Mar. 31

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

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids grade K through 2, 11am-1pm. Taste fresh produce and learn ways to shine bright during the winter months. A healthy snack will be provided. 570/253-2020

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

Mon., Apr. 2

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Mon., Apr. 9

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

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

Mon., Apr. 16

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Mon., Apr. 23

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

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

Sun., Apr. 29

HAWLEY — Pennies from Heaven hosts a tricky tray fundraiser at the Dock on Wallenpaupack, 12noon-2:30pm, drawing at 3pm. Free admission. Cash bar available, door prizes and desserts given out during basket drawing. Regular tickets are $8 for a sheet of 25.  Baskets valued higher than $250 sold for $1 and $5 a chance. Value packs $50. calebspennies18@gmail.com or www.calebspennies.org

Mon., Apr. 30

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Mon., May. 7

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Mon., May. 14

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

Mon., May. 21

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts "Mom's Movie Meatloaf Movie Monday," screening popular films about mothers. Dinner hours 5-10pm, movie begins 7pm. Offering a prix fixe meatloaf dinner in addition to the regular menu, and blue-plate specials at the bar. For movie schedule, visit henningslocal.com

 

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