Drivers passing by or pulling into the ShopRite Plaza on Route 52 in Liberty on October 12, probably couldn’t help but notice two demonstrators who had set up shop at the entrance to the plaza. Read more
Safe "Trunk and Treating" for kids at the Liberty Elks Lodge #1545, 5:30-7pm. Decorated cars and vehicles with treat-filled trunks will welcome costumed kids for safe "Trunk and Treating."
The Laugh Tour with Marion Grodin at Cracolici's on the Green, 9pm. Hosted by Rich Kiamco. Tickets: $15 online, $20 at the door. www.brownpapertickets.com/event/473777. 845/747-4337.
The Village of Liberty Police Deparment and the New York State Police arrested four individuals after a joint investigation into the possession of a stolen semi-automatic handgun. Read more
The Liberty Museum & Arts Center will host the 5th annual Liberty Poetry Festival at the Museum, 2pm. Admission is free. 845/292-2394.
Aglow International Liberty Lighthouse invites you to their breakfast meeting at Lighthouse Ministries, 5 Triangle Rd., 9am. Breakfast cost: $4. The speaker will be Marnita Johnson of Binghamton, NY. 845/798-8129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A workshop on value added production for food processors “From Our Kitchen to Your Market” at Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center, 9am-4pm. Registration fee of $75 per person includes lunch and refreshments. Pre-registration with payment is required in advance by calling 845/292-6180 or emailing email@example.com.
Opening reception for “Recent Works by the Artists of New Hope Community” at the Liberty Public Library, 6-8pm. Exhibit on view until November during regular library hours. 845/292-6070 or visit www.newhopecommunity.org.
Organic Orchard Management workshop will be offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County at the Gerald J. Skoda Extension Education Center, 6-8pm. Presented by Brian Caldwell. $15 per farm or family. 845/292-6180.
Town of Liberty Parks and Recreation department sponsor annual Liberty Halloween parade, 12 noon. Costume contest for all ages and pet costume contest. After the parade free cider, donuts and pumpkin painting in the Parks & Rec parking lot. 845/292-7690.