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Fri., May. 25

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

CALLICOON — Western Sullivan Public Library, Delaware Free Branch hosts a Teen Zone with Craft Lovers, 4-6pm. Make a craft guided by Raina Bowers. Register: www.WSPLonline.org

HONESDALE — The Pocono Mountains Theater Company stages a performance of "The Amish Project" at The Cooperage Project, 8pm.  A single actress performs in a fictional exploration of the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community. Suggested donation: $15. info@thecooperageproject.org or 570/253-2020

Sat., May. 26

HANCOCK — Destination: Hancock hosts "Blues, Brews & BBQs" at Hancock Town Square. Live music, block party, arts and crafts. 2 days, 5 bands, over 30 vendors. tinyurl.com/y9vqm7lf

ELDRED — The Highland Senior Citizens host a Giant Flea Market and Bake Sale at the Highland Senior Citizen Center, 9am-2pm. Tables are $10, payable on that day. Rescheduled from May 19. 845/557-8519

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

LIBERTY — Rocky's Reuseables hosts a Memorial Day Weekend Furniture Extravaganza, 9am-3pm. Gently used furniture for sale, along with housewares, kitchen items and more. 100% of all proceeds will go to Rocky’s Refuge. 607/498-5445

HAWLEY — The Church at Hemlock Farms hosts its annual Trifles & Treasures Sale, 9am-2pm. Craft, collectibles, jewelry, kitchen, tool items, furniture and bake sale. 570/775-6787

ROSCOE — The Community Hall hosts the 5th annual Anglers Market, 10am-3pm. Bring the fishing-related items you are no longer using or need. Contact Manny Zanger at 607/498-5464 to reserve table ASAP for only $15, or share a table. Space is limited.  Refreshments available.

NARROWSBURG — The Tusten Youth Commission hosts a community yard sale at the Flats Playground/Baseball Field, 10am-4pm. Setup 8am. Rain date May 27. 10'x10' spaces available with $10 suggested donation. $5 fee to be placed on Buyers' Map, deadline May 11. tustenyouth@yahoo.com or 845/252-7146 x 9.

LONG EDDY — The Basket Historical Society hosts a meeting at the museum, 10:30am. All are welcome to attend the meeting and/or visit the museum. 845/887-6703 or baskhistsociety@gmail.com

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts "Ah-HA! Amazing Inventors and their Extraordinary Inventions," 11am. Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble presents the inspiring stories about the Ah-HA! moments of a variety of ingenious innovators who because of gender, skin color or geography are not as famous as they should be. 570/253-2020

GRAHAMSVILLE — The Time and the Valleys Museum opens for the season, 12noon-4pm. New this year at the Museum is a display of early 20th century toys and games. 845/985-7700 or www.timeandthevalleysmuseum.org

PARKSVILLE — Arrowhead Ranch hosts a Country Jamboree, 2-6pm. Live music, swap meet, chili cook-off, cash prizes. Rain date May 27. Free admission, $25 to compete. Pre-registration a must for contestants. www.arrowheadranch.org or 631/350-7118

HONESDALE — Irving Cliff Brewery hosts the Poison Love Band, 6-9pm. Acoustic originals and traditional country/folk. tinyurl.com/yb4xbo3e

LACKAWAXEN — Masthope Mountain Community hosts Lackawaxen EMS Family Bingo, 7pm. Open to the public. 570/685-4022

PHILLIPSPORT — Phillipsport Community Center hosts Music Night, 7pm. Doors open 6:30pm. Featuring Deborah Anne Fisher and Paul Kean, and John Platt and John McCormack. Homemade food and desserts available for purchase. Suggested donation: $2. 845/313-1772

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

MILFORD — The Milford Theatre hosts the Kopelman-Feigelson Trio, 7:30pm. Performing works by Rachmaninoff, Kodaly, and Shostakovich, accompanied by screenings of artwork by Picasso, Matisse and Chagall. Cost: $20/adults, $15/advance, free/children under 15. www.kindredspiritsarts.org

Sun., May. 27

HANCOCK — Destination: Hancock hosts "Blues, Brews & BBQs" at Hancock Town Square. Live music, block party, arts and crafts. 2 days, 5 bands, over 30 vendors. tinyurl.com/y9vqm7lf

MOUNTAINDALE — Mountaindale Fire Department hosts its annual pancake breakfast at the Mountaindale Firehouse, 7am-12noon. Cost: $7/adults, $4/children 5-12, free/under 5. Takeouts available. mtdalefire@gmail.com

LIBERTY — Rocky's Reuseables hosts a Memorial Day Weekend Furniture Extravaganza, 10am-2pm. Gently used furniture for sale, along with housewares, kitchen items and more. 100% of all proceeds will go to Rocky’s Refuge. 607/498-5445

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

HAWLEY — The Borough of Hawley hosts a Memorial Day Parade, 12noon lineup at Riverside Park. Event ends at Bingham Park, where refreshments will be served.

WOODRIDGE — VFW Post 4947 hosts a Memorial Day Service at the Bloomingburg Cemetery, 1pm. Public is invited, refreshments to follow at VFW Post 4947.

WOODRIDGE — A Memorial Service is held at Veterans Park on Roosevelt Avenue in Woodridge, 4pm. In the event of rain, the service will be held in the Village Hall.

BARRYVILLE — The Outside Institute hosts Botanical Cocktails at Stickett Inn, 6-10pm. Join Laura Silverman as she mixes botanical cocktails and mocktails in celebration of spring and Memorial Day. Drinks are based on locally distilled spirits and an array of syrups, bitters and cordials made with locally grown and wild-foraged ingredients. tinyurl.com/y8rv5w6m

LACKAWAXEN — Masthope Mountain Community hosts Lackawaxen EMS Family Bingo, 7pm. Open to the public. 570/685-4022

Mon., May. 28

FORESTBURGH — Memorial Day Services conducted at the Veterans Triangle, Rte. 42 South, 9am. Participation by local, Monticello-based veterans organizations. The public is cordially invited to attend. Refreshments follow at the Fireman’s Pavilion, hosted by the Forestburgh Fire Company.

ELDRED — Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363 will conduct a Memorial Service at Eldred Cemetery, 9am. Tusten Highland Lumberland VFW Post 6427 and Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363 hold a joint Memorial Service at Heroes Park, 1pm.

BARRYVILLE — Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363 will conduct a Memorial Service at the Barryville Cemetery, Mail Road, 9:20am.

FREMONT CENTER — Fremont Center hosts its 134th Annual Memorial Day Parade, 10am. Road closure 9am; memorial service at the Veteran’s Park, next to Town Barn, at 9:30am. Please assemble at Town Barn by 9am. Parade transportation will be provided as needed.  607/290-4002

GLEN SPEY — The Town of Lumberland hosts a Memorial Day observance at Lumberland Town Hall, 10am.

ROSCOE — The Town of Roscoe hosts its Memorial Day Parade, 10am. Memorial Ceremony follows at the Roscoe Fire House.

LIVINGSTON MANOR — Livingston Manor hosts its Memorial Day Parade and Service, 10am. Line up at 9:30am at the Livingston Manor Central School, 19 School Street.

GLEN SPEY — Sylvan Liebla American Legion Post 1363 conducts a Memorial Service at the Lumberland Cemetery, 10am. Refreshments to follow at the Lumberland Town Hall.

NARROWSBURG — The Outside Institute hosts a Nature Walk at Ten Mile River, 10am-12noon. Learn about wild edibles and medicinal plants. Details will be emailed directly to participants. A light trail snack will be provided. Limited to 12. Registration requested: tinyurl.com/y8qaxqr2

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

GLEN SPEY — A Memorial Day Observance will be held at Lumberland Town Hall, 10am. 845/856-6372

LIBERTY — On behalf of The Town of Liberty and Cpl. Russell D. Sprague American Legion Post 109, the Liberty Memorial Day Parade lines up on West Liberty Street and North Main Street at 10am. Parade begins promptly at 10:30am and travesl through the business district in the Village of Liberty, proceeds down Church Street, and ends at the Liberty Veterans Cemetery on Cold Spring Road. Upon arriving at the cemetery, a service will be held to honor our war heroes.

MONTICELLO — Memorial Day ceremonies are held at the County Government Center, 10:30am. Hosted by the local Monticello-based Veterans Organizations. Keynote speaker is Eugene Ratigliano, incoming commander for the Department of New York VFW. Refreshments follow at the Elks Lodge on North Street. The public is cordially invited.

NEVERSINK — A Flag Ceremony is held at the Flag Pole, Grahamsville Rural Cemetery, 11am. Flag exchange: Fred Costa’s flag will come down and Vernon “Bud” Stratton’s flag will go up.

BETHEL — Memorial Day Service is held at the Veterans Park, Kauneonga Lake. Please be early. Refreshments follow at the Town of Bethel Senior Building.

LIBERTY — The Veterans Service Agency will provide a Memorial Day Service and Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Sullivan County Veterans Cemetery, 1pm.

LONG EDDY — The Allan Milk Memorial VFW Post 7276 hosts Memorial Day services at Long Eddy Cemetery, 1pm. Luncheon to follow at Long Eddy Firehouse.

WURTSBORO — American Legion Post 1266 hosts the Memorial Day Parade, 1pm. At the conclusion of the parade, memorial services are held at the Veterans Park on Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro. Refreshments served at the Post home on 92 Pine St.

Tue., May. 29

NARROWSBURG — Western Sullivan Public Library - Tusten-Cochecton Branch hosts a Homeschool Hangout, 11am. A program for the whole family. Community room cafe for adults, teen corner, children's room. Register: www.WSPLonline.org

CALLICOON — The Town of Delaware Democratic Committee hosts a meet & greet with Democratic Congressional candidate Gareth Rhodes at Callicoon Brewing Company, 5-7pm.

Wed., May. 30

BEACH LAKE — Beach Lake Fire Company hosts a blood drive at the Meeting Hall, 1-6pm. Donate blood in memory of Jake Freiermuth. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800/RED-CROSS or visit redcrossblood.org and enter JAKEBEACHLAKE.

MILFORD — Pike County Conservation District and the Northern Tier Hardwood Association host a free Spotted Lanternfly informational meeting in the Cornelia Room at Grey Towers National Historic Site, 2-5pm. Learn about the newest pest in the region, including initial detection, biology and life cycle, current distribution, impacts of pest feeding, recorded damage, pathways for spread and control methods. Reservations required: nthardwoods.org. For more information, contact nthapa@nthardwoods.org or 570/265-7753.

LIBERTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts a Holistic Nutrition & Cooking workshop in its Catskills Kitchen, 5-8pm. The public can learn to make paella, a Spanish rice dish. Cost: $15, $10/CCESC enrollee. Advance registration required: www.sullivancce.org or sullivan@cornell.edu or 845/292-6180

Thu., May. 31

BLOOMINGBURG — The Rotary cCubs of Liberty, Livingston Manor and Monticello (Double L Double M) host a “Polio Plus” Dinner at the Eagle’s Nest, 5:30pm. Keynote Speaker will be John G. Kramb. Cost: $50/person, $90/couple. 845/807-3109 or helenmdiehl@gmail.com

COCHECTON CENTER — Henning's Local restaurant hosts a live performance by singer and guitarist Lady B (Barbara Gogan), formerly of New Wave band The Passions, 6-8pm. Every Thursday in May. henningslocal.com

Fri., Jun. 1

FORESTBURGH — The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce hosts the First Friday Networking Breakfast at Forestburgh Playhouse, 7:30-9am. Sponsored by Jeff Bank. 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/regular registration for members, $30/future members. For advance price, RSVP by May 30, 4pm: 845/791-4200 or office@catskills.com

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

LIBERTY — The Masonic Lodge hosts supermarket bingo, 6:30pm. Doors open 5:30pm. Refreshments, door prizes, raffles. Benefits the Delaware-Sullivan District Order of Eastern Star. Admission: $5. 845/796-0955

LIBERTY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) hosts a Youth Dog Obedience Class, 6:30-8pm. Experience demonstrations in handling, dog training, and activities for dog lovers. No dogs needed to participate. Cost: $8/youth, $5/4-H members. Advance registration/payment required: www.sullivancce.org, sullivan@cornell.edu or 845/292-6180

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts hosts Americana duo Annalyse & Ryan, 7:30pm. Doors open 7pm. Suggested donation: $15/advance, $20/door. BYOB. 570/253-2020

Sat., Jun. 2

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

GLEN SPEY — Kadampa Meditation Center hosts its 10th Annual Fun Fair, 11am-5pm. Local artists and vendors, flea market, games and activities for kids and more. Free admission. 845/856-9000

BETHEL — The Museum at Bethel Woods hosts its 10th Anniversary Celebration & Open House, 11am-4pm. Guided museum tours, interpretive walks on the Woodstock festival historic site, a variety of activities and games, collaborative art projects, and live music by Little Sparrow, Clear Horizons and John Reddan. www.bethelwoodscenter.org

EQUINUNK — The Equinunk United Methodist Church hosts its annual spring Rummage, Bake and Deli Sale in the church basement, 12noon-3pm. 570/224-6361

EQUINUNK — The Equinunk Historical Society hosts Marcelle Wood for a presentation on "Antique Clocks," 1pm. Doors open 12noon. 570/224-4466

MILFORD — The Roscoe Ontario & Western Railway Museum hosts historian John Conway for "Castles of Sullivan County," a part of his "Day at the Museum" series, 2pm. A lecture on exploring the origins and lore of castles that were built in Sullivan County.

NARROWSBURG — As part of its Spring Cultural Series, the Tusten Theatre hosts North Branch-based group Lard Dog & The Band of Shy, 2pm. An all-ages musical extravaganza promoting positive messages of creativity, acceptance, and frivolity, with massive amounts of absurdism thrown in. Cost: $20/advance, $25/door, free/12 and under. 845/252-7272 or www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org

WHITE LAKE — The Reformed Presbyterian Church hosts a chicken barbecue in its Faith Hall, 4:30-6:30pm. Takeouts available. Cost: $12/half-chicken meal, $8/quarter-chicken meal. Advance tickets: 845/583-7082

HONESDALE — RiverFolk Concerts hosts NY Blues Hall of Fame inductee Marc Black at the Cooperage, 7:30pm. Suggested donation: $20/reserved, $25/door. 845/252-6783 or riverfolkconcerts@frontier.com

Sun., Jun. 3

ROCK HILL — The Sullivan Event Center hosts the Catskill Region AACA Car Show. Gates open at 9am. Antique/classic/custom. Vendors wanted: food, crafts, auto & non-auto. 845/932-8923 or www.catskillregionaaca.org

WURTSBORO — The Basha Kill Area Association sponsors a Kids' Happy for Herps Walk, 10am. Join herpetologist Bill Cutler on search for amphibians and reptiles. Bring binoculars and insect repellent. Meet at DEC parking lot on Haven Rd., off Rt. 209 south of Wurtsboro, NY. 845/482-5209 or thebashakill.org

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

HURLEYVILLE — Sullivan County Museum hosts country music star Mickey Barnett for "Songs and Stories," 2-3pm. Free. 845/434-8044

Mon., Jun. 4

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

HONESDALE — The Stourbridge Project hosts "Light Up with LEDs," 4:30-7:30pm. Three-hour workshop includes LEDs Overview, Schematic Symbols, Ohm's Law, LED Circuit Design and more. Middle school math required. Students under 18 require parental consent. Cost: $50, includes project kit and instruction. Registration required: jwolk@wpworkforce.org

Tue., Jun. 5

MILFORD — Pike Imaging Council hosts its free monthly photography club meeting at Belle Reve Senior Center, 6:30pm. Meeting includes a presentation on using Topaz Impressions Image Editing Software.

Wed., Jun. 6

BETHEL — As part of First Wednesday Concerts, Historic Bethel Presbyterian Church hosts Common Threads Duo for a night of Americana and folk music, 6-9pm. Little Sparrow will host and open the show. Bring an appetizer to share. Free will offering. 845/671-9548

Thu., Jun. 7

CALLICOON — The Western Sullivan Public Library hosts line dance lessons at its Delaware Free Branch on Thursdays. 5:30-6:30pm Beginners, 6:30-7:30pm Intermediate. Teenagers and adults welcome. Free, no partner or experience required. Registration requested: 845/887-4040

MONTICELLO — E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts a screening of Alexandra Dean's documentary "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story," 6pm.  845/794-4660

EQUINUNK — The Equinunk United Methodist Church hosts its annual spring Rummage, Bake and Deli Sale in the church basement, 7-8:30pm. 570/224-6361

Fri., Jun. 8

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., Jun. 9

SOUTH FALLSBURG — The Sullivan County Office of Aging presents an AARP driver safety program at the South Fallsburg Senior Center. 9am-4pm, please arrive at 8:45am. Cost: $20/AARP members, $25/non-members. No walk-ins, registration required: 845/434-8922. Please call after 9am.

COCHECTON — Heinle's Field hosts a community yard sale, 9am-2pm. Bake sale and refreshments, rain or shine. To make a reservation for a 10’ x 10’ space ($15), call 845/252-3411.

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

LIVINGSTON MANOR — The Catskill Art Society presents the 15th annual Trout Parade, 11am. Parade step-off 1pm. This year's theme is "Wild Trout." Rain or shine. troutparade.com or 845-436-4227

HURLEYVILLE — Sullivan County Museum hosts singer/songwriter Abbie Gardner, 7-10pm. David & Julie Bloch and Little Sparrow will also perform. Pot luck event. Admission: $10. 845/434-8044 or 845/482-4141

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts hosts folk/bluegrass band Dave Brown and the Dishonest Fiddlers, 7:30pm. Doors open 7pm. Suggested donation: $10. BYOB. 570/253-2020

Sun., Jun. 10

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

MOUNT BETHEL — The Water Gap Comic Book Festival takes place at the Upper Mount Bethel Fire Hall, 10am-4pm. Guests include artists David Fox and Manda Cantillon. Featuring vendors, artists, writers, costume groups. Special guest actor/wrestler Gene Snisky. The Philadelphia Avengers will host a costume contest for all ages. Admission: $3, free/children under 12. jerseyshorecomicbookshow.com or 609/242-7756

CALLICOON — The Delaware Youth Center hosts the 22nd Annual Callicoon Tractor Parade, 12noon-3pm. tinyurl.com/yaemf56r

YULAN — St. Anthony's Pavilion hosts the St. Anthony's Feast, 12noon-5pm. Music, food, children's games. Tickets available at the door for food and refreshments. 845/856-6277

WHITE LAKE — The White Lake Fire Department hosts an Alzheimer's Assocation Tricky Tray, 1-3pm. 50/50 and prizes. Proceeds to benefit the Sullivan and Orange County Walk to End Alzheimer's. 845/482-5430 or jscherf@hvc.rr.com

HONESDALE — As part of "Summer Sketches," WJFF hosts an afternoon concert with pianist Bill Mays at The Cooperage, 2pm. Doors open 1:30pm. Cost: $20/advance, $25/door, $50/patron ticket. Patron ticket includes post-concert reception with the artist at Basin and Main; wine and light refreshments served. WJFFRadio.org or BrownPaperTickets.com

NARROWSBURG — As part of its Spring Cultural Series, the Tusten Theatre hosts "The Carnival’s in Town," 2pm. A classical program featuring Camille Saint-Saëns' "The Carnival of the Animals," the famous work with fourteen movements, each representing a different animal. Special guest musicians include students from Nesin Cultural Arts in Monticello. Cost: $20/advance, $25/door, free/12 and under. 845/252-7272 or www.delawarevalleyartsalliance.org

Mon., Jun. 11

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Mondays at 10am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Wed., Jun. 13

MIDDLETOWN — The Orange County Partnership hosts an MVP Breakfast at West Hills Country Club, 8am. Honoring their 2018 Most Valuable Partner, the Port Authority of NY & NJ. Cost: $45/person. RSVP by June 6, payment preferred in advance: 845/294-3696 or www.ocpartnership.org

LAKE ARIEL — Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support (SEEDS) sponsors its annual two-night solar workshop at Lacawac Sanctuary, 7-9pm. Hands-on learning about solar energy and installation. Suggested donation: $10. Registration required: 570/245-1256

Thu., Jun. 14

CALLICOON — The Western Sullivan Public Library hosts line dance lessons at its Delaware Free Branch on Thursdays. 5:30-6:30pm Beginners, 6:30-7:30pm Intermediate. Teenagers and adults welcome. Free, no partner or experience required. Registration requested: 845/887-4040

MONTICELLO — E.B. Crawford Public Library hosts "The One-Room School House Project," 6pm. A presentation by Gordon MacAdam about the one-room schools that once existed in Sullivan County. 845/794-4660

LAKE ARIEL — Sustainable Energy Education & Development Support (SEEDS) sponsors its annual two-night solar workshop at Lacawac Sanctuary, 7-9pm. Hands-on learning about solar energy and installation. Suggested donation: $10. Registration required: 570/245-1256

Fri., Jun. 15

MONTICELLO — E. B. Crawford Library hosts its story time series for toddlers and preschoolers, Fridays at 11am. Rhymes, movements, crafts and more for children ages 2-5. ebcpl.org or 845/794-4660 ext. 5

Sat., Jun. 16

HONESDALE — The Borough of Honesdale hosts the 13th Annual Roots & Rhythm Festival. Line-up includes the Sadies, Sour Bridges, and the Whiskey Killers. https://honesdalerootsandrhythm.com/

NARROWSBURG — The Western Sullivan Public Library - Tusten-Cochecton Branch hosts an "Intro to Quickbooks" class, 6pm. Get all of your questions about QuickBooks answered and learn to use the program with confidence. Seating limited, registration required: WSPLonline.org or 845/252-3360

MINISINK — The Delaware Company presents "The Magical History Tour: From Cushetunk to Minisink," 8:30am-3:30pm. Leaving from and returning to Minsink Battleground Park in Minisink Ford, five miles upriver from Barryville. Highlights of this year’s tour include the Minisink Battleground, the Delaware Aqueduct and the D&H Canal, the Mackenzie mansions in Glen Spey, and the silent movie making of film pioneer D.W. Griffith, “the man who invented Hollywood.” A visit to the Neversink Valley Museum of History and Innovation in Cuddebackville is also included. Advanced registration and payment required: $45/pp, museum admission and lunch included. debrarconway@hotmail.com

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

EQUINUNK — The Equinunk Historical Society hosts the 19th Annual Equinunk Car Show on Pine Mill Road, 10am-3pm. Refreshments available. Registration and admission are free; dash plaques given to newcomers. 570/224-6722

NORTH BRANCH — The North Branch Volunteer Fire Department hosts its 15th Annual Chicken Barbecue at the North Branch Firehouse, 3-6pm. 50/50. Donation: take outs only - $13.

Sun., Jun. 17

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

KAUNEONGA LAKE — Kauneonga Lake hosts the 3rd Annual Kauneonga Block Party, 11:30am-5pm. Music 'til 6pm. Hippie motifs, a “Spirit of the Sixties" costume contest, a "Woodstock Stomp" and more. Kauneongablockparty@gmail.com

Mon., Jun. 18

HAWLEY — The Church at Hemlock Farms hosts Vacation Bible School for kids aged 3 to third grade, 9am-12:30pm. June 18-22. 570/775-6787

Tue., Jun. 19

PORT JERVIS — The Port Jervis Free Library hosts a blood drive in its Community Room, 1-7pm. All blood types needed from healthy individuals aged 17-75 weighing at least 110 pounds. 845/856-7313

Thu., Jun. 21

CALLICOON — The Western Sullivan Public Library hosts line dance lessons at its Delaware Free Branch on Thursdays. 5:30-6:30pm Beginners, 6:30-7:30pm Intermediate. Teenagers and adults welcome. Free, no partner or experience required. Registration requested: 845/887-4040

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Fri., Jun. 22

HONESDALE — Lacawac Sanctuary hosts a Summer Solstice Cocktail Event at The Cooperage Project, 6-8pm. ​​​Farm to plate tapas-style menu and live musical entertainment. Cost: $25pp, $45/two. tinyurl.com/yccpvom5

Sat., Jun. 23

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

LIVINGSTON MANOR — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Catskill Art Society hosts "Freedom of Expression," 3pm. An overview of the 2018 festival season with performance, discussion, multi-media and a special guest or two.

Sun., Jun. 24

HAWLEY — Central Volunteer Fire Department hosts the 17th Annual Golf Outing at Cricket Hill Country Club. Entry fee covers round of golf, green fees, golf cart, buffet after golf, contests and door prizes. Cost: $80. 570/685-5605

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Mon., Jun. 25

HONESDALE — The Stourbridge Project hosts "Light Up with LEDs," 4:30-7:30pm. Three-hour workshop includes LEDs Overview, Schematic Symbols, Ohm's Law, LED Circuit Design and more. Middle school math required. Students under 18 require parental consent. Cost: $50, includes project kit and instruction. Registration required: jwolk@wpworkforce.org

Thu., Jun. 28

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

CALLICOON — The Western Sullivan Public Library hosts line dance lessons at its Delaware Free Branch on Thursdays. 5:30-6:30pm Beginners, 6:30-7:30pm Intermediate. Teenagers and adults welcome. Free, no partner or experience required. Registration requested: 845/887-4040

Fri., Jun. 29

DAMASCUS — The Damascus Manor United Methodist Church hosts its annual rummage sale, 9am-2pm. Sponsored by the United Methodist Women. Lunch available. 570/224-4535

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Jun. 30

NARROWSBURG — The Catholic Daughters of America host the Wellness Program Annual Blood Analysis at Narrowsburg Community Hall, 7-10am. Not covered by Medicare and most other insurance companies; check or money order accepted on the day of the program. 32 tests for $40, $5 Handling fee. 80/234-8888

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

DAMASCUS — The Damascus Manor United Methodist Church hosts its annual rummage sale, 9am-2pm. Sponsored by the United Methodist Women. Lunch available. 570/224-4535

Sun., Jul. 1

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Jul. 5

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Jul. 6

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Jul. 7

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

Sun., Jul. 8

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Jul. 12

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Jul. 13

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Jul. 14

JEFFERSONVILLE — Kenoza Lake Firehouse hosts the Turtle Trot 10k and 10k relay. Walk 7:30am, run 8am. Entry fee: $25 by June 30, $30 on race day. farmerack@yahoo.com or 845/701-9054

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

HONESDALE — The Women's Club of Honesdale hosts the 56th Annual Wayne County Art & Antiques Show and Sale at Wayne Highlands Middle School, 10am-5pm. Over 50 dealers and local artists. Onsite restoration of crystal, glass, chair caning and more. Appraisals, $5 per item. Homemade refreshments. Admission: $6/person. www.womensclubofhonesdale.com

LAKE HUNTINGTON — The Lake Huntington Fire Company hosts a Chicken BBQ, 3-6pm. Potato salad, baked beans, cranberry sauce, roll with butter and dessert. Eat in or take out. Cost: $11. 845/932-8514

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts a benefit featuring an enchantment of music and poetry, 5pm. Followed by a multi-course tasting menu inspired by the flavors of Levant, Central and South Asia, and the American South.

Sun., Jul. 15

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

NARROWSBURG — Two Rivers Zen Community hosts a Zazenkai meditation retreat. Zendo opens 7:15am, tea and coffee 7:45am, orientation begins 8am. Come together with like-minded individuals to enjoy a day of peaceful, relaxing silence. Includes lunch, coffee and tea. Fee: $40, $25/formal members. Limited enrollment. tworiverszen.org/zazenkai/

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

HONESDALE — The Women's Club of Honesdale hosts the 56th Annual Wayne Count Art & Antiques Show and Sale at Wayne Highlands Middle School, 11am-4pm. Over 50 dealers and local artists. On-site restoration of crystal, glass, chair caning and more. Appraisals, $5 per item. Homemade refreshments. Admission: $6/person. www.womensclubofhonesdale.com

LIBERTY — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Liberty Museum & Arts Center hosts an afternoon of music and poetry for viola, cello, hand percussion and frame drums, 4pm.

Thu., Jul. 19

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

BETHEL — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Catskill Distilling Company hosts "Music Talks!," 5pm. An evening of drinks, music and discussion with composer-in-residence, Joan Tower.

Fri., Jul. 20

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts open rehearsal for tomorrow night's concert, 7pm. Meet the WCM fellows and hear questions and discussion with Festival Artists and Composer-in-Residence Joan Tower.

Sat., Jul. 21

HONESDALE — The Greater Honesdale Partnership hosts Steampunk Honesdale, 9am-5pm. A celebration of the beloved aesthetic and genre all across the borough. visithonesdalepa.com

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts Barn Variations, 8pm. A program of variations, new and old, on melodies, chords and rhythm itself.

Sun., Jul. 22

HONESDALE — The Greater Honesdale Partnership hosts Steampunk Honesdale, 9am-5pm. A celebration of the beloved aesthetic and genre all across the borough. visithonesdalepa.com

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

NARROWSBURG — Delaware Valley Arts Alliance hosts RiverFest on Main Street Narrowsburg, 10am-4pm. Vendor applications accepted until June 3. info@delawarevalleyartsalliance.org or 845/252-7576

Thu., Jul. 26

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

LIVINGSTON MANOR — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Catskill Arts Society hosts "Music Talks II," 7:30pm. An interactive performance of a set of variations, Baroque, Contemporary, Improvised, and Visual.

Fri., Jul. 27

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts the Weekend of Chamber Music Fellows in Performance and Composition, 7pm. A new work composed and rehearsed at the festival, plus an open rehearsal with WCM festival Artists.

Sat., Jul. 28

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

JEFFERSONVILLE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, Eddie Adams Farm hosts a Barn Concert, 8pm. Joan Tower's Très Lent, her moving transformation of Messiaen's beloved Quartet for the End of Time, phase-shifting variations from Steve Reich, and multifarious variations from Haydn.

Sun., Jul. 29

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

HONESDALE — As part of the Weekend of Chamber Music Concert Series, the Cooperage Project hosts "Variations at the Cooperage," 4pm. Joan Tower's Très Lent, Messiaen's beloved Louange à l’immortalité de Jesus, phase-shifting variations from Steve Reich, and multifarious variations from Haydn.

Thu., Aug. 2

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Aug. 3

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Aug. 4

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

Sun., Aug. 5

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Aug. 9

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Aug. 10

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Aug. 11

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

Sun., Aug. 12

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Aug. 16

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Fri., Aug. 17

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Aug. 18

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

Sun., Aug. 19

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Aug. 23

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Aug. 24

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sat., Aug. 25

HANCOCK — Hancock Town Square hosts the Hancock Farmer's Market every Saturday all summer long, 9am-2pm. jays@pronetisp.net

Sun., Aug. 26

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Aug. 30

MONTICELLO — The Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Monticello Farmers' Market at Broadway at Joe's Park, 3pm-6pm.

Fri., Aug. 31

LIBERTY — Catskill Mountainkeeper hosts the Liberty Farmers' Market at 119 North Main St. behind the Parks and Recreation Building, 3-6pm.

Sun., Sep. 2

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Sun., Sep. 9

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Sun., Sep. 16

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Sep. 20

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sun., Sep. 23

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Sun., Sep. 30

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Sat., Oct. 6

HAWLEY — Hawley Fire Department hosts an indoor flea market and bake sale at the Hawley Fire House, 9am-3pm. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. 570/290-1488 or 570/226-9820 or hawleyfd@ptd.net

Sun., Oct. 7

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Sun., Oct. 14

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Oct. 18

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Sun., Oct. 21

EQUINUNK — The Pine Mill Community Hall hosts its monthly breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Includes a cheese omelet or eggs the way you like them, a sausage patty, 2 pancakes (plain or blueberry), home fries, apple sauce, juice, and coffee or tea. Cost: $8/adults, $4/children 4-8 (half-portion), free/children under 4. 570/224-8500

MILFORD — The Columns Museum hosts the fifth annual Milford Farmers' Market, 10am-2pm. Every Sunday until October 21. airsoilwater.org

Thu., Nov. 15

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

Thu., Dec. 20

HONESDALE — The Cooperage Project hosts Game Night, 6-9pm. Includes board games, card games, brain games and more. Fun for all ages. Donations appreciated. 570/253-2020

 

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