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June 2015

Giant bazaar

July 17, 2015
July 18, 2015

St. Francis Church giant bazaar held outside in the parking lot, 4020 State Rte. 52, 6-10pm. Games, prizes, food, door prizes, music by DJ Mark. Rain date July 19.

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St. Francis Church

Giant yard sale

July 11, 2015

Giant yard sale at the Abrahamsville United Methodist Church, 623 Callicoon Rd., 8:30am-3pm. Bag sale from 12noon-1pm for $3, and from 2-3pm for $2 per bag. Food available, bake sale. Benefits mission and ministries of the church.

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Abrahamsville United Methodist Church

Stamp club meeting

July 11, 2015

Meeting of the Sullivan County Stamp Club at the Ted Stroebele Recreation Center, 1pm. Members are asked to bring an envelope of stamps to trade. Door prize, giveaways and refreshments.

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Art Rosenzweig

Tusten special meeting

Tusten Town council members Jane Luchsinger and Tony Ritter called a special meeting of the town board for the purpose of setting a date for a public hearing regarding a Community Development Block Grant Program. The reason for this is that Luchsinger has a deadline on this grant work and the board needs to get the public hearings set for the month of July; this can't wait until the July meeting. This Special Meeting is to be held on Friday, June 26 at 11 a.m. in the front office of the Town Hall.

Beauty Water by Jenise Parris

July 4, 2015

Beauty Water by Jenise Parris trunk show at Nest, 15 Main St., 1-5pm. Meet and chat with Jenise Parris, acupuncturist, herbalist, aromatherapist, and intuitive healer. Shop her line of aromatic facial mists, self-healing acupressure gels, facial serums, body scrub and more.

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Chicken BBQ

July 11, 2015

Chicken BBQ dinner at the Livingston Manor Presbyterian Church, 12 noon-4pm. Cost: $11 per dinner. Dinner includes: 1/2 chicken, corn on the cob, salt potatoes, cole slaw, homemade cookies and more. 845/439-5856.

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Snapping turtles on the move

With summer’s arrival, more cold-blooded creatures are making themselves noticed. All of the frogs and toads have started or finished their courtship calls, and some waterways have tadpoles from earlier breeding species. Snakes of all types have been basking and hunting for prey. Also visible this time of year, especially to fishermen and motorists, are snapping turtles on the water or crossing roads.  Read more

Shuman Point guided hike

HAWLEY, PA — Join PPL’s forester, Paul Kowalczyk, on a hike in Shuman Point Natural Area. Kowalczyk will explain how forest management practices, like the Shuman Point timber harvest, can provide necessary habitat for wildlife, including threatened species. Meet at Shuman Point Natural Area parking lot at 9:45 a.m.

The event is free, but registration is required. Call 570/253-7001.

ARTery hosts waterfall book signing

MILFORD, PA — There will be a book signing for “A Guide to Waterfalls of the Upper Delaware River” on Saturday, June 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the ARTery Gallery, 210 Main St. A project of authors and artists Marie Liu and Dawn Benko, the book provides detailed information about 12 waterfall destinations around Pike and Sussex Counties along with the images that they have created of those waterfalls.  Read more

Debris removed from Wallenpaupack

HAWLEY, PA — Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District (LWWMD) and Talen Energy collected 14.25 tons of debris during the eighth annual Lake Wallenpaupack Cleanup Day. 98 tons of debris has been removed since 2008. Lake More than 80 individuals from thirty-four communities took advantage of the free cleanup and brought enough old and broken Styrofoam, wood and dock parts to the Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center to fill six large trash containers.  Read more