MONTROSE MARKET: Each Saturday from 10:00am - 2:00pm, the market will feature local handcrafts, wineries/breweries, food trucks, farm products and children's activities. Support local.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP: October 18, October 25, November 1, November 8th at Wayne Memorial Hospital, 601 Park Street, Honesdale. Registration required by Oct. 2nd. Free of charge, form found at wmh.org. For information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
HEALING SERVICE: There are times when we all need to heal from something, from alcohol or drugs, from pain, heartache or discomfort. No questions or requirements, merely bring an open heart to receive the Lord's Healing Love on Saturday, 4:00pm at Christ Episcopal Church, corner Delaware & Dundaff Streets, Forest City. A light reception follows.
ROAST BEEF DINNER: Take-Out only at the First Universalist Church, Brooklyn, PA. Servings are $12, from 4:00 to 6:00pm.
FALL CHICKEN BBQ: Sunday, 11:00am - 1:00pm at the Thompson Hose Co. $13 Dinners, $8 Halves. Preordering is recommended by calling 570-442-1038.
BLESSING OF THE PETS: Sunday, 12:30pm - 1:30pm at Browndale Fire Station, 620 Marion Street/Rte. 247. Bring your favorite leashed furry friend(s) for this special annual blessing by Fr. Bill McGinty of Christ Episcopal Church. Light refreshments available. Donations will be made to the Dessin Animal Shelter.
POLIO PRESENTATION: Hear Carol Ferguson, Founding Director of the PA Polio Survivors Network speak via ZOOM on "Polio Truths." Thursday, 6:00pm at Interfaith in Montrose. For more info contact David Palmer, New Milford Rotary Club Membership Chair at email@example.com or 570-498-6637.
ARTIST'S OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND: Friday, and Saturday at the Reimel Event Centre, Mark Kroos and Bryon Rood. Two nights, two unique concerts. Tickets available soon. Watch our Facebook pages, Slanted Art and Church Street Marketplace.
USED BOOK SALE/HISTORICAL EXHIBITS: Sponsored by Harford Historical Society on Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm, at Soldiers Orphan School, 2238 Orphan School Road, Kingsley. LAST BOOK SALE UNTIL 2023. Hardcover books, 50 cents each; paperbacks, 25 cents each. No charge to view historical exhibits in former dormitory school used 1865 to 1902 for orphans of Civil War era.
CHICKEN 'N BISCUIT DINNER: Take-out Saturday, 11:30am - 1:30pm at Christ Episcopal Church, corner Delaware & Dundaff Streets, Forest City. Advance tickets only. Call & leave a message at 570-785-3425, or contact any church member.
HAM & ROAST BEEF DINNER: At the South Creek Lions Club, Route 14, Gillett on Saturday. Donation is $15 and includes "real" mashed potatoes, vegetable, gravy, homemade bread, delicious baked beans and homemade pie for dessert. Take-Out's available beginning at 4:00pm. Doors open at 4:30 for sit down meal.
The Forest City Area Historical Society (FCAHS) is proud to announce an evening of Folk music by Russ Rentler at 7:00pm on Saturday, October 8th, at the FCA Historical Society Museum (FCHSM), 629 Main Street, Forest City, PA.
Russ Rentler started playing stringed instruments with his first ukelele in fifth grade, purchased with S&H Green Stamps in Dover, NJ. He played music at Moravian College in a folk band with John Gorka, who later became a luminary in the New Folk Movement.
After college, Russ went to medical school in New Jersey and specialized in Internal Medicine. In his free time he continued to pursue his passion of performing acoustic music on hammered and mountain dulcimer, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, autoharp, bass, cello and bouzouki without being able to read music.
He has won several awards for songwriting and his song "New Car Smell" was played on National Public Radio's 'Car Talk'. He recently won the Deep South Dulcimer Championship for hammered and mountain dulcimer.
In 2016, Russ Rentler left his practice of internal medicine and geriatrics, which has allowed him to pursue his life-long dream and passion of performing original and traditional music.
Sing Out Magazine has described him as "a gifted songwriter as well as a fine Musician".
His shows are fast-paced with multiple instrument changes interspersed with funny stories of his life as physician with the heart of a troubadour.
While at the concert, view the many historical items and history of the Forest City Regional Area. The Forest City Area Historical Museum is handicapped accessible and air conditioned.
There is no admission for the concert, donations will be accepted. Come and enjoy!
Learn about the different ways trees can be harvested from your large or small property. Hear about clear cutting and management and see the different approaches and their advantages and disadvantages firsthand. This free program held on Sunday, October 2 at 10:00am is sponsored by the Susquehanna County Forest Landowners Association and is led by landowner, Doug Wood and retired forester Jim Kessler. The program will be held at Doug's property in Stevens Point, PA, located 1 mile south of Stevens Point along State Route 1057, look for signs. What a better way to ring in the fall season.
A donation lunch will be served by "Pounding Hooves and Beating Hearts" 4-H Horse club.
Register through: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, call Jim Kessler at 570-879-4604.
The 14th annual Local Author's Luncheon to benefit the Forest City branch of the Susquehanna County Library System will be held at Elkview Country Club at Crystal Lake on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. This year's luncheon is being dedicated in memory of Diana Junior who served as the Forest City Librarian for 33 years.
Kelly Ann Hopkins, librarian and creative writing teacher at Lackawanna Trail High School, is this year's featured author. Kelly Ann is the author of Gulf of Deception, High Vices and Buried Beneath.
The annual luncheon is sponsored by the Novel Woman Book Club and will start with a time of hospitality at 11:30am. Lunch will be served at 12:15 followed by the speaker and a book signing. The cost is $25 and checks can be made payable to the: Forest City Library and mailed to Susquehanna County Library System, 458 High School Road, Montrose PA 18801. For additional information, call 570-806-1591.