Arts & Leisure

Free theatre camp

LAKEVILLE, PA — The Lakeside Players will hold their 14th annual free theater camp Monday through Friday, July 9 to 13 and July 16 and 20 at Lakeville Community Hall, Route 590 (between the firehouse and the United Methodist Church).


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“I liken it to the process of cell mitosis, when an organism splits off into two new entirely whole organisms,” said Brad Krumholz, right, of the changes in store for himself, co-founder Kowalchuk and the NACL. “Each came from the first, but each is different and neither can be said to be the same as the original.”

NACL season of change

I don’t care for change. Be it personal or global, the very notion makes me squirm. As a result, whenever I hear of changes afoot, I tend to avoid the subject altogether.


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Roger Daltrey wowed the crowd at Bethel Woods with a tribute to “Tommy.”

Puppet shows, plays and parades

Even though I maintain that the “Three Ps” are my bread and butter, I’m not really complaining (go figure), but rather attempting to encapsulate what would otherwise be a very lengthy explanation of what I do for those who dare to inquire.


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Emily Wilson, first female translator of Homer’s “The Odyssey” into English

Deep Water Literary Fest

NARROWSBURG, NY — The first Deep Water Literary Fest, a three-day extravaganza in celebration of the written word, will take place in Narrowsburg this weekend. The inaugural event incorporates four aspects of the arts through readings, theater, film and visual art.


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A farm-to-table Summer Solstice dinner will benefit Lacawac Sanctuary, seen here.

Summer Solstice food and drink event

HONESDALE, PA — Celebrate the beginning of summer with an event at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., on Friday, June 22 from 6 to 8 p.m., to benefit Lacawac Sanctuary. There will be local farm-to-plate food, drink and live musical entertainment.


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Duo Noire

The classical guitar of Duo Noire

MILFORD and HAWLEY, PA — Kindred Spirits Arts Program is now in its 16th year of providing world-class music at a variety of local—and often idyllic—venues in Northeast PA. Formed in 2002 by renowned cellist Yosif Feigelson and Nancy Pinchot (of the venerable Pinchot family, descendents of Gifford Pinchot, first head of the U.S.


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Leonardo Sandoval

Brazilian tap in Hancock

HANCOCK, NY — Now entering its third year, the “Summer Nights LIVE! on The Square” performance series is back in Hancock beginning June 15 with the Leonardo Sandoval Quartet, for an evening of live jazz and Brazilian tap.

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