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Hickory Project will be one of three bands at the concluding bluegrass concert of the Hawley Harvest Hoedown.

Hawley Harvest Hoedown

HAWLEY, PA — The Hawley Harvest Hoedown will take place on Saturday, October 13 starting at 10 a.m., including cider tastings, brews, contests, demonstrations, family activities, crafts, day and night entertainment, a petting zoo, and fresh locally grown foods and local business specials.

Run-to-Read 5k

HAWLEY, PA — The eighth annual Run-To-Read 5k, sponsored by the Hawley Public Library, will be held on Saturday, October 6, starting in Hawley’s Bingham Park.


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You can learn how to paint your pet at fundraisers for Dessin Animal Shelter later in September.

‘Paint Your Pet’ fundraisers for Dessin

HAWLEY AND HONESDALE, PA — In late September, “Paint Your Pet” party fundraisers for the Dessin Animal Shelter will take place in Hawley and Honesdale. Pet portrait artist, painter and art instructor Jill Carletti will guide participants in painting their own pet portraits.

Looking Back 8/30/18

John S. O’Connor built the glass-cutting factory at the foot of the Wallenpaupack Falls, Hawley, in 1890, quickly establishing a highly successful business producing American rich cut glass. The factory, constructed of native stone, was heated by steam and lighted by electricity.


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Tyler Christianson, Victoria Rojas and Ashley Sloan

Bernt Balchen scholarship winners

HAWLEY, PA — In June, the Bernt Balchen Lodge #3-566, Sons of Norway, awarded three $500 scholarships for this year. The students were chosen for the difference they make in school and in their communities with their volunteer work, as well as their scholastic achievements.


Photo by David Noles Photography

Bisserat Tseggai, of “Blue Bloods” and “Orange is the New Black, is among several well-known actors in “Signs of Aging.”

‘Signs of Aging’: locally shot film, local filmmaker

HAWLEY, PA — Supported by a grant from The Greater Pike County Community Foundation Richard L. Snyder Fund, the short film “Signs of Aging” will be produced in Tafton and Newfoundland in early September. The film is a dark comedy about a mysterious woman who tries to stop a pushy skin-cream salesperson selling anti-aging potions.

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