Lost 'n Found praise & worship group concert at Whispering Pines, behind the Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 6:30pm. Refreshments will be provided and a free will offering taken. Bench seating is available or bring a lawn chair. 570/729-7011.
On June 20, 2013, The New York State Police at Liberty arrested Paul Weeden, age 58, of Beach Lake, PA, for Grand Larceny in the third degree and Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the first degree. Read more
Gospel Bond, a group of seven men singing in traditional southern gospel quartet style with bass, rhythm, and lead guitars, drums and harmonica, at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 6:30pm. Refreshments will be provided and a free will offering taken. Concerts will be held outdoors at Whispering Pines, behind the church on the shore of Beach Lake. Bench seating is available or bring a lawn chair. Visit www.beachlakeumc.com or call 570/729-7011.
Three Wishes restaurant will host "Tastes of Wayne-First Wednesdays" as a fundraiser for the the Wayne County Historical Society. 570/253-3240.
Yard sale at Welcome Lake Fire Co at the Fire Hall, 9am-3pm. 570/729-8335.
Film showing and discussion: "The Power of Community: How Cuba survived Peak Oil" at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 7-9pm. Visit www.transitionhonesdale.org or call 570/253-8475.
The Berlin Township Board of Supervisors was notified at the March 18 meeting that it will receive $106,837 for its liquid fuels tax fund payment. The payment from the PA Department of Transportation will be made April 1.
“It’s slightly more than we got last year,” said board chairman Paul Henry. Read more
United Methodist Church, 9-10:30am. Children ages 3-10 are invited. Bible story, games, crafts, snacks and an Easter egg hunt. 570/729-7011.
Film showing and discussion of "The Economics of Happiness" at Beach Lake United Methodist Church, 7pm. Co-sponsored by Eco-Justice Ministries team of BLUMC and Transition Honesdale. Visit www.transitionhonesdale.org or call 570/253-8475.
Berlin Township has bought a 2012 Ford 550 truck for $69,658. The purchase was made through Pennsylvania’s piggyback program, which allows municipalities to benefit from cooperative purchasing through the Commonwealth’s Department of General Services’ commodity contracts. Utilization of state-awarded contracts by local governments fulfills local bidding requirements and increases savings to the municipalities. Read more