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March 2016

Roast pork dinner

April 17, 2016

Annual roast pork dinner at St. Anthony's Hall, 25 Beaverbrook Rd., 1-5pm. Sponsored by St. Anthony's-Sacred Heart Parish Council. Adults $10, children (under 12) $6. Eat in or take out. 845/557-6453 or 845/856-6277.

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Libations & Creations: Paint Your Pet

April 22, 2016

Paint party at Harmony Presents, 7pm. Your pet will be pre-sketched from photos. You do the rest under instruction. Classes are for everyone.

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Libations & Creations: Peacock Painting

April 21, 2016

Come celebrate spring and show off your colors with "Peacock" at Harmony Presents, 7pm. Libations and Creations classes with Jill are for everyone.

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Learn Tai Chi

April 25, 2016

Free tai chi demo and class at the Hortonville Fire Hall, 100 Main St., 6-7pm (enter on N. Horton Ave.). New beginners class will meet each Monday thereafter. Join any time up through May 23. Learn more at Email or 845/887-3056.

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A busman’s holiday with some very large critters

A while back, when the Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS) announced it would hold its 2nd annual meeting in Benezette, PA, I looked it up on a map and saw that it was halfway across the state, between four and five hours to drive. With a start time of 9 a.m. for the meeting, I faced the choice of leaving in the wee morning hours of the morning, or leaving the previous day and spending the night in the Benezette area. I saw that Benezette was in Elk County, and asked myself, “What can I do in Elk County for that previous day? Elk County… elk!”  Read more

Two Headed Trout Dinner and First Cast

Two Headed Trout Dinner

ROSCOE, NY — The annual Two Headed Trout Town Dinner will be held at the Rockland House on Saturday, April 2 starting at 6 p.m. A six-course meal will be served, from appetizers to dessert. Tickets cost $45 and include a breakfast the next morning at the Community Center, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. There will be door prizes, a cash bar, silent auctions, raffles, etc. A special presentation will be made by Tracey Brown, the Northeastern Restoration Coordinator of Trout Unlimited. For information and tickets, call Marge Zanger at 607/498-5464.  Read more

Join Lacawac’s Commemorative Brick Campaign

LAKE ARIEL, PA — Lacawac Sanctuary is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and friends and supporters are invited to leave their personal imprint on its history and future through participation in its Commemorative Brick Campaign. You can help celebrate the sanctuary’s anniversary through the purchase of an engraved brick that will be placed at the entrance of the Coulter Visitor Center and Dr. Susan S. Kilham Environmental Laboratory.  Read more

Designing gardens with native flora

GRAHAMSVILLE, NY — Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East, a talk by author Carolyn Summers, will be held on Saturday, April 2 at 2 p.m. at the Time and the Valleys Museum.

Summers will talk about her book, which takes an in-depth look at the natural history of Eastern native plants and their use in gardens. Attendees will learn about the many reasons why using indigenous plants is important, including helping prevent infestations of invasive plants and preserving our regional identity.  Read more

Twisted Pine brings bluegrass to Hawley

HAWLEY, PA — Harmony Presents will showcase the bluegrass sound of Twisted Pine on Saturday, April 2 in the Underground Theatre at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8 Silk Mill Dr.  Read more

Pop-rock singer Klose at RiverFolk

HONESDALE, PA — RiverFolk Concerts will introduce Jann Klose to its audience on Saturday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. at The Cooperage. He will be joined by the Costellos, whose roots are in Narrowsburg. The concert will also celebrate RiverFolk impresario Jill Padua’s 60th birthday.

“Having heard Jann a number of times and regularly playing his CDs, it’s easy to find myself singing along to his catchy tunes,” said Padua.  Read more