HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale’s claim to fame is rooted in steam power, but this weekend the town will be exploring the fiction as well as the reality of that history with Steampunk Honesdale, a festival held in celebration of steampunk, a genre of fiction that depicts a retro-futuristic landscape taking its cues from the aesthetics and technology o
LONG EDDY, NY — The town of Long Eddy is planning a weekend-long celebration of its history under another name. “Douglas City Days” will be held Friday, July 14 through Sunday, July 16 as a town-wide event to honor the 150th anniversary of Douglas City, a name the community adopted for 11 years as an incorporated city.
GLEN SPEY, NY — The threat of rain, and indeed the rain itself, could not dissuade the local crowd from visiting the Kadampa Meditation Center, which hosted its ninth annual Fun Fair on Saturday, July 1.
MILFORD, PA — The musicians lined the streets of Milford last weekend for the town’s annual Music Festival. The event kicked off on Friday, June 23 and offered a variety of singer and songwriter performances through Sunday evening.
HONESDALE, PA — Although it had been planned as a rain-or-shine event, an uncertain forecast hung over the Roots & Rhythm Festival; after a steady downpour in the early hours of the morning, the skies were left with the lingering threat of dark clouds on the horizon.
NARROWSBURG — After 42 years as the executive director of the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Elaine Giguere is hanging up her dance shoes, ready for the next act.
HONESDALE, PA — The Wayne County Creative Arts Council is gearing up for another summer season of outdoor music, but as concertgoers prepare their blankets and chairs, they might find something else to celebrate.
What can you do to support local farms? The Lackawaxen Farm Company (LFC) of Honesdale brings the solution to you with its community-supported agriculture (CSA) program, a multi-farm system that distributes fresh meat and produce across Wayne, Pike and Sullivan Counties.
The weather is finally settling into the consistent shape of summer, and local artists can finally take a break from indoor still life and bring their craft into the open.
The Chi Hive Studio has moved from The Narrowsburg Union to Main Street. There are still a few renovations to be done, and the signs still need to go up, but while the workspace is itself a work in progress, the studio has already established itself as a center for mindfulness, creative expression and spiritual exploration.