Offering non-stop Celtic music on three stages, a bagpipers’ parade and Celtic jam, working sheep dogs, Irish step dancers, and a variety of Celtic craft and food vendors. The KIR Project stage features local pipe bands, drummers and dance organizations. Also find a Celtic Wizard magic show, leprechaun juggling show, face painting and a Celtic Farm animal petting zoo for the kids.
Registration is open to students ages 5 to 8. Camp runs Monday through Friday, July 11, through July 22, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Act, sing and dance to Disney musical favorites and perform in an end-of-camp show.
Display of cut glass items made by the C. Dorflinger & Sons glass factory in White Mills. Ongoing museum exhibitsinclude glass made in other Wayne County glass factories and new acquisitions.
The Main Street Farmers’ Market seeks vendor applications for local producers offering bread, meat, poultry, dairy, cheese, fruit and/or other added value products. Market will be held Wednesdays 3 to 6 p.m., rain or shine, through Oct. 26. The Main Street Farmers’ Market is a producer only market. This means that only farms/businesses who actually produce the products they sell are eligible vendors. Participating farms must be located within a 50-mile radius of Honesdale.
Photography by Marissa Gable. Exhibit can be viewed through the end of the month any time the Fringe offices are open.
This exclusive exhibition curated by Sarah Tanguy features books given new life as works of art by two dozen contemporary artists through techniques including folding, drilling, shredding, carving, stacking, ripping, sewing, pasting, burning, sanding, collage and assemblage.
Personal photographs of residents at Everhart Museum through the years.
Children from age 3 to Grade 8 are eligible to register for up to 10 weeks of camp (June 13-Aug.19). Activities include swimming, soccer, basketball, baseball, dance, arts and crafts, and summer learning programs in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, reading and Spanish. Financial assistance available.
Ellis's second album Photographs was named one of the top 50 albums of 2011 by American Songwriter. His fourth studio album is due out June 3, two weeks before this "Live from the Chandelier Lobby" performance. Brosseau joins the tour by way of his performance at the Cayamo Music Festival with the Watkins Family Hour.
The famous all-male dance revue performs two shows at the casino.
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