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The Maplewood Fire Department’s Annual Harvest Dinner is on Saturday, October 4th from 4-7 p.m. There’s ham and turkey – with all the trimmings – all served family style. And don’t forget the assortment of fresh homemade pies for dessert. It’s ALL delicious! Adults eat for $9 and kids are $4.50. So, bring your family, your friends…anyone who loves good food. Don’t have time to stay and eat? You can get take outs from 3-4 p.m. For details, call Carolyn at 570-698-9113.
Fill the Sleigh Motorcycle Toy Run
On October 5th, get ready to shine up that motorcycle one more time for a good cause…the 2nd Annual “Fill the Sleigh Motorcycle Toy Run!” Your entry fee is simple…a new, unwrapped toy, or you can make monetary donations to Honesdale Harley Riders Benefit Fund. All net proceeds will be used to buy additional toys. The ride starts at Baer Sport Center in Honesdale and will wrap up at Scott Township Hose Company in Montdale with food and door prizes for the riders. Donations will be in the care of Catholic Social Services of Honesdale. Donations can also be sent to Diane Helferich, Baer Sport Center, 330 Grandview Avenue, Honesdale, PA 18431. Local businesses are being asked to donate food, door prizes, or money to defray the cost of holding the event. For more information, visit our friends at Baer Sport Center in Honesdale.
On Friday, October 10th, the Central United Methodist Church is hosting their 2nd Annual Party in Pink Zumbathon Charity Event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. The money raised will go toward the Zumba Global Research Grant for Breast Cancer Prevention through Susan G. Komen. Several local Zumba Instructors will be there to lead the party in numerous international dance rhythms! There will also be a silent auction, light refreshments, and Zumbawear for sale! For more information call Melissa Monte at 201-401-5242. She can also get you tickets to the Party!
Harvest and Heritage Days
A huge spider web, the loan arranger, lots of interesting scarecrows, crafts, street vendors, and great food. You’ll find all of this – and much more – at Harvest and Heritage days in Honesdale. The Greater Honesdale Partnership, is coordinating this year’s Harvest and Heritage days – being held on October 11th and 12th. HNB is the 2014 sponsor, so we invite you to come and shop, eat, see the Scarecrows or maybe take a hay ride. Kids can enter the pumpkin painting contest and there’s a corn shucking competition, a chili wing cook-off, and much more. For details call Gail at the Greater Honesdale Partnership at 570-253-5492.
Tafton Fire Department Captain’s Catch
Ahoy Matey! Are ya lookin’ for some tasty seafood? Our friends with the Tafton Fire Company – on the shores of beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack – are preparin’ a bountiful feast that even a landlubber like you will enjoy from 3-6 p.m. on Saturday, October 11th. It’s their first ever “Captains Catch” - featuring 6 clams, 6 mussels, 6 shrimp, a 4 ounce lobster tail, baked potato, corn on the cob, and dessert. They’ll even have some special drinks brewing for ya as well. It’s all for $20. All the bounty will go to support the Tafton firefighters. You can call 570-226-4273 and ask Matt Nied for more information.
On October 11th, the Honesdale Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society will host their annual show. This year the theme is Girls. All the songs will feature girls’ names or reference girls – like Georgia on my mind, Sweet Caroline, or Light a Rose – you get the idea. This year they invited a special guest quartet – “Up All Night” – to join in the fun. It will be an evening filled with lots of fun and good music. It all starts at 7 p.m. at the Honesdale High School auditorium. You can call Crooner Clyde Kreider for more details at 570-493-1153. Get advance tickets from Clyde or from Brian Wilken at the HNB Corporate Center.
Join the Seelyville Fire Company for an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on October 12th from 7-11 a.m. Yes, that’s right ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT! You can get tickets from any fire company member or from Christina Smith at the HNB branch on Main Street in Honesdale. Breakfast is buffet style. Adults eat for $8, and children under ten are $6!
2014 Craft Fair
The Western Wayne Band Parents Association invites you to their craft fair to support the Western Wayne Band and Color Guard students. The fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Western Wayne Middle School. Admission is a $3 donation at the door. There will be over 100 craft vendors, food, and a raffle. And if you need some fast cash, the HNB Mobile ATM will be right outside!
It’s time for the PSC Dinner…Potato…Soup…and Chili! It’s on Friday, October 24th from 4-7 p.m. at Saint Thomas More Church in Lake Ariel. AND it’s ALL YOU CAN EAT! Your meal also includes salad, bread, beverages, and dessert. No tickets necessary – just make a free-will offering at the door. After dinner, try your luck in the basket raffle! All the proceeds will benefit the Saint Francis Commons Shelter for Homeless Veterans and Saint Thomas More Parish. For more info, call the parish office at 570-698-5584 or call Bill Wagner at 570-698-9956.
Other Community Events
Lunch & Learn
Visit the Wayne County Public Library at noon (until 1 p.m.), October 1, 2014 for “Ten tips for healthy weight.” The program will be conducted by Barbara Griggs-Prat, MA, RDN, LDN, Kelly Ogden, DI, and Michelle Grader, DI. To register, please contact Elizabeth at email@example.com or call 570-253-1220. Lunch will be provided.
Run to Read
The Hawley Public Library invites you to put on your running shoes to support reading! They are holding a 5K Run-Walk to benefit the Hawley Public Library on October 4, 2014 beginning at Bingham Park in Hawley. Registration takes place from 7:30-8:30 a.m. and the race starts at 9 a.m. Pre-registration (until Sept. 30th) is $15, and registration the day of the race is $15. T-shirts will be given to 5K participants. Trophies, metals, and ribbons will be awarded to top runners and walkers. This event is rain or shine. To register or for more information please visit the Hawley Public Library or call them at 570-226-4620 or visit their website at www.waynelibraries.org/hawley.
“Quarternity” CD Release Party
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance begins a series with a concert and CD release party on Saturday, October 4th at 8 p.m. Featuring the Kazzrie Jaxen Quartet, made up of Jaxen on piano, Charlie Krachy on tenor sax, Don Messina on double bass, and Bill Chattin on drums, the quartet will highlight some of the tunes on their new release “Quarternity,” which include works by Hammerstien/Kern, Lennie Tristano and Cole Porter. Following the concert, the audience is invited to a reception to celebrate the CD and meet the artists. A special rate of $10 for the new CD will be offered to concert goers. Admission is $20 ($18 on advanced sales for DVAA members). Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
The Jazz Assassins at The Cooperage
On Saturday, October 4th, The Jazz Assassins will be at The Cooperage, located at 1030 Main Street in Honesdale, PA. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m., and the show will start at 7:30 p.m. Based in NYC and Northeast, PA, the Jazz Assassins are about as home grown jazz as it gets. “This jazz trio was formed from the underbelly of funk and groove and tempered by the discipline of Monk and Coltrane”, says Bob Wilson, bass player for the Jazz Assassins. Their influences range from straight ahead jazz through fusion, funk, and R&B. Assembled over a decade ago, the Jazz Assassins feature Vince Marrone on guitar and Bob Wilson on bass. Marrone, Wilson, and Ventrello have been seen practicing their craft in clandestine settings of intrigue over the years and always get the jazz job done with cat-like efficiency, no matter the situation. With freedom to express the darker sides of jazz noir through various harmonic vehicles, these agents provocateur of the avant garde and the earthy groove are on the job and here to get your attention. Come experience this performance for yourself. BYOB. Donations collected at the door. The Cooperage is operated by the The Cooperage Project, a not-for-profit organization that seeks to build community through performance, learning, and good times. For more information visit call 570-253-2020.
Help Aaron’s at 250 Grandview Ave., Honesdale Save our Shelter! Aarons is hosting a Penny Social along with food and 50/50 raffles. All proceeds will go towards keeping Dessin Animal Shelter open! The event will take place from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Baskets will be called starting at 2 p.m.
Indoor Flea Market & Bake Sale
This event will take place on Saturday, October 11th, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Hawley Fire House, 17 Columbus Ave., Hawley, PA. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. For more information call 570-226-9820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Corn Shucking Contest
Gather ’round the Fred Miller Pavilion in Honesdale on Saturday, October 11th for the 10th Annual Corn Shucking Contest! Registration starts at 12:45 p.m. and the contest begins at 1 p.m. How many ears of corn (feed corn) can you shuck in two minutes? There will be 3 children’s hears (14 and under) and 3 adult heats (15 and up). Call the GHP at 570-253-5492 for more information or to pre-register. Challenge a friend, relative, or fellow businessperson! Trophies and bragging rights awarded at 3 p.m.
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance invites you to three new plays, all set in New York, make up “Ah, New York – Fortitude, Frustration, Fantasy,” an Act Underground Readers Theatre production directed by Wendy Kaufman, on Saturday, October 11th at 7:30 p.m. “They Come and Come” by John J. Kelly, is set in the East Village during the Great Migration and explores the immigrant life of neighbors trying to make their way in this new world of hope and promise; “A Good Stiff One,” by John Backe, is set in a bar and grill somewhere in New York and three people with different motives try to solve a “problem” that exists in the restroom; and J. Paul Porter’s “Every Pair of Blue Jeans Was Like a Bullet,” looks at Wall Street through the eyes of three unlikely newcomers to the street. Admission is $15 ($12 on advanced sales for DVAA members). Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
Gather for a variety of homemade and delicious soups at The Vineyard Center, 761 Terrace Street, Honesdale. This dinner will take place on Saturday, October 11th from 4:30-7 p.m. It’s $6 for adults, $3 for children ages 6-12, and kids 5 and under are FREE. For more information please call 570-253-5451 or 570-352-3560. Tickets will be available at the door.
Model Train Show & Sale
Join the Hawley Fire Department on Sunday, October 12th from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Hawley Fire House, 17 Columbus Ave., Hawley, PA. Admission is $3, children under 12 are FREE with paid adult admission. Benefits Hawley Fire Dept. Fore more information call 570-226-9820 or email@example.com.
Wing & Chili Taste-Off
Do you make the best wings or chili this side of the Lackawaxen? Here’s your chance to prove it! Pre-registration is required. Call the GHP at 570-253-5492 to register or for more details. Everything kicks off at noon on Sunday, October 12th. Participants keep all proceeds or participate and donate proceeds to charity.
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance invites you to three new plays, all set in New York, make up “Ah, New York – Fortitude, Frustration, Fantasy,” an Act Underground Readers Theatre production directed by Wendy Kaufman, on Sunday, October 12th at 2 p.m. “They Come and Come” by John J. Kelly, is set in the East Village during the Great Migration and explores the immigrant life of neighbors trying to make their way in this new world of hope and promise; “A Good Stiff One,” by John Backe, is set in a bar and grill somewhere in New York and three people with different motives try to solve a “problem” that exists in the restroom; and J. Paul Porter’s “Every Pair of Blue Jeans Was Like a Bullet,” looks at Wall Street through the eyes of three unlikely newcomers to the street. Admission is $15 ($12 on advanced sales for DVAA members). Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
Pet “Paw”rade & Costume Contest
Is your pet the funniest, scariest, or most original in their costume? Then join Dessin Animal Shelter in Central Park in Honesdale on October 12th. Sign up at noon in Central Park, parade down Main Street at 1 p.m., and then judging will take place at 2 p.m. at the Fred Miller Pavilion. Entry cost is a $5 donation. For more information please call Marlene at 570-493-3377.
Long Time Courting Concert
On Friday, October 17th at 7:30 p.m., the Boston-based band, Long Time Courting will perform thanks to the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. This all-women supergroup features Shannon Heaton (flute, accordion, vocals), Liz Simmons (guitar, vocals), Valerie Thompson (cello, vocals) and Katie McNally (fiddle, vocals). These four talented women offer an extraordinary blend of neo-traditional Irish, Scottish, and American music that showcases each musician’s versatility, creativity, and mastery. Exquisite vocal harmonies combine with instrumental prowess to create music that is both playful and richly satisfying. The members of the group are all seasoned performers, having toured with such notable acts as The John Whelan Band, Childsplay, Robbie O’Connell, Aoife Clancy, and Carlos Núñez. Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
October 18th & 19th
Coats for Kids
EVERYONE is welcome to come and browse through a large assortment of items at The Northern Wayne Fire Hall on Saturday, October 18th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday, October 19th from noon to 3 p.m. To find out how to make a donation or arrange for a pickup please call Mike Milko at 570-798-2126 or Rick Hoff at 570-798-2618. Leave a message if there is no answer. All clothing and shoes must be in good condition, laundered, and not be torn, tattered, or stained. To benefit the needy children and adults of northern Wayne & Hancock Counties.
Lunch & Learn
Visit the Wayne County Public Library at noon (until 1 p.m.), November 5, 2014 for “9-1-1 Awareness.” The presenter will be Betsy Turner, Shift Supervisor. To register, please contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-253-1220. Lunch will be provided.
November 7th – 9th
Masque of the Red Death
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance’s season continues with “Masque of the Red Death,” an original musical drama written and composed by Gladys Smuckler Moskowitz, based on Edgar Allen Poe’s famous story. Co-produced by Sullivan County Dramatic workshop and Delaware Valley Opera, “Masque” will be performed at Tusten Theatre on November 7th,8th, and 9th. Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
Amahl and the Night Visitors
Delaware Valley Opera concludes the Tusten season with a full production of Gian Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” a story of the Three Kings, on Saturday, December 13th at 7 p.m. Admission is $20 ($15 advance/children under 10 free). Tusten Theatre is located at 210 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Tickets and reservations are available by calling 845-252-7272 or by dropping by the Delaware Arts Center, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY.
Wayne County Farmers Market
The Wayne County Farmers Market will take place next to Dave’s Super Duper Supermarket on Route 6, Willow Avenue in Honesdale every Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Fresh picked vegetables, herbs and fruits, lush plants, homemade jams, jellies and baked goods, artisan crafts, and much more.
All you can eat Breakfast
Every first Sunday of the month the VFW Post 531 Ladies Auxiliary will serve an all you can eat breakfast from 7 a.m.- 12 p.m. Adults are $8, children 6-12 are $5, seniors are $7, and kids under 5 are FREE.
Farmers’ Market Open in Hawley
The Farmers’ Market is open every Friday from 2 – 5:30 p.m. in Bingham Park, Hawley. Get farm fresh greens, eggs, poultry, ham, home baked goods, honey, maple syrup & more.
Indoor Farmer’s Market
Saturday mornings at The Cooperage, the farmers market will be open from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 1030 Main Street, Honesdale.
Thursdays at 10 a.m. Mike Hededus has offered to provide pool lessons to interested participants at the Honesdale Senior Community Center. Also he is looking for experienced pool players to challenge on Tuesdays & Fridays from 11:30 – 4 p.m. Call Kathy at 253-5540 for more info.
Tuesdays – Texas #4 Fire Company holds BINGO every Tuesday evening at the fire hall on Grove Street, Honesdale. Doors open at 5:30 with games starting at 6:30 p.m. Plenty of parking.