HONESDALE, PA — ReMax Wayne at 416 Main St. will present Bozena Janiszewski as its exhibited artist for the months of March and April.
Arts & Leisure
MONTICELLO, NY — This year’s Sullivan County Music Educators All-County Music Festival will be hosted by Monticello High School and chaired by Monticello Music Teachers Andrew Verdino and Michael Mingo. The annual festival is hosted by county school districts on a rotating basis.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Join Two Rivers Zen Community on Friday, March 9 for a showing of “How To Cook Your Life,” a film by Doris Dorrie.
HURLEYVILLE, NY — A new program at the Sullivan County Museum called “Songs and Stories of the Sixties” will debut on Sunday, March 4 from 2 to 3 p.m. Carol Smith and Aldo Troiani of the Sullivan County band Little Sparrow will perform songs from the ‘60s and talk about the music and the culture of the Woodstock era.
HONESDALE, PA — Local artist Pauline Glykokokalos sent us this photo of a group of Star Trek prop builders and enthusiasts who visited the paper caves at Basin and Main on Saturday, February 17. The crew must have felt right at home in the exotic landscape.
Those three words, and the accompanying abbreviation (SRO) are what every performer wants to see posted outside the theatre prior to a performance, even though they might jangle one’s nerves on opening night.
As a not-for-profit organization, the Fresh Air Fund has, since 1877, given kids from New York City the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, hosted by local families as they participate in wide-open activities—like hiking, fishing, swimming and horseback riding—that they might not be able to enjoy in the big city.
HONESDALE, PA — One of New York’s finest performers and songwriters, Joe Crookston, will showcase a remarkable range of musical talent on The Cooperage stage on Sunday, February 25 at 4 p.m. Opening for Crookston, who has performed for every RiverFolk season, is NYC-based Jeremy Aaron.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Andrew Ranaudo and Nicole Brancato (together known as 2Squared) will play a four-hand piano concert on Saturday, February 24 at 2 p.m. at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, 37 Main St., as part of the DVAA’s winter Salon Series.
CALLICOON, NY — The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) and Callicoon Theater will show Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Phantom Thread,” starring Daniel Day-Lewis, starting on Friday, March 2. The film is nominated for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor Oscars.