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November 2014

Shorts & Sweets & Holiday Treats

December 13, 2014

At the United Methodist Church of Monticello at 2pm Big Sky Productions entertains with holiday stories and songs. Included in the $10 admission price are desserts, coffee and tea. Audience members are asked to bring a non-perishable food item.

For More Information: 
845-707-1417

Callicoon Brewing: New Years Eve with Doug Rogers & Backseat Drivers

December 31, 2014

Callicoon Brewing New Years Party at 9pm. Ring in 2015 with Doug Rogers and the Backseat Drivers at Callicoon Brewing, 16 Upper Main Street. 845/887-5500.

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Contact Phone #: 
845/887-5500

A salute to Cindy Gieger

December 5, 2014

At The Old North Branch Inn, 5-8pm. Potluck dinner (cash bar) celebrating the good work of Legislator Cindy Gieger. All are welcome. This event is sponsored by the Town of Callicoon Democratic Club & Committee, The Democratic Committees of the Towns of Delaware, Fremont & Liberty.

For More Information: 
callicoondems@gmail.com
Contact Phone #: 
845/807-3747

Thanksgiving Comedy Night at Cocoon Coffee House

HAWLEY, PA — On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 29, Harmony Presents will showcase two comedians at Cocoon Coffee House in Hawely at 8:30 p.m. The double headliner for this comedy night is Brett Druck and Zach McGovern.  Read more

Turkeys: eat in the fall, count in the winter

As you read this, you may be getting ready for that big Thanksgiving dinner. Most people associate the Thanksgiving holiday with turkey and turkey will be on the menus of most households across America. Some folks may even partake of wild turkey due to a successful hunt during fall turkey season. Today, whether we are looking in the poultry section of the supermarket, or in the woods in back of the house, there are usually turkeys aplenty to be seen; but it wasn’t always that way.  Read more

Thoughts at Thanksgiving

From the perspective of an angler, there is a lot to be thankful for at this time of year. To begin with, just look at how far we’ve come. In the mid-19th century, fishing was pretty primitive. It had not progressed all that much from the earliest Egyptian hieroglyphic depictions—a cord, a stick and a hook. But in the last 100 years, along came some of the greatest discoveries since fire.  Read more

Simply exceptional

NEWBURGH, NY—Imagine the joy of playing your last high school football game among the elite players of Section IX, having been selected as an Exceptional Senior All-Star, and to compete in a game you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Such was the privilege of 17 Sullivan County seniors who were selected by coaches to play in the third annual Section IX Exceptional Senior Game on November 23 at NFA’s Academy Field.  Read more

A day in the Manor

More often than not, I find myself zipping from county to county in search of arts and leisure scattered throughout the Upper Delaware River region. As luck would have it, I noticed that I had four different events on my calendar, all of which were slated to occur in Livingston Manor, NY, so I only had to park once and stroll through town at my usual breakneck pace.  Read more

Honesdale for the Holidays

HONESDALE, PA — Greater Honesdale Partnership (GHP) will present Honesdale for the Holidays, which is sponsored by Wayne Bank, on Friday and Saturday, November 28 and 29. Many of Honesdale’s stores and businesses will host open houses.

The Fred Miller Pavilion on Honesdale’s historic Main Street will be alive with holiday music on both days with DJ Tom Emanski on Friday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The holiday music is sponsored by GHP member RE/MAX WAYNE and Meagher Nationwide Insurance.  Read more

Holiday bake sale and boutique at Wayne Memorial

HONESDALE, PA — Wayne Memorial Hospital will host its annual holiday bake sale and New to You boutique on December 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the David Katz Conference Center at Wayne Memorial Hospital, Honesdale, and December 5, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the hospital’s Conference Room 3.

A large variety of homemade cookies and breads will be available, while the boutique will offer gently-used holiday decorations. Cookies and breads also will be sold in the hospital’s gift shop, at The Other Shop in Honesdale and The Other Shop 2 in Hawley.  Read more