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Marchers participate in the St. Patrick's Day parade held Sunday in Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg (PHOTO GALLERY - 88PICS) (New Photo Tomorrow) (New photo below) Sbtt Photo Jennifer Trinkley Photography
Marchers participate in the St. Patrick's Day parade held Sunday in Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg (PHOTO GALLERY - 88PICS) (New Photo Tomorrow) (New photo below) Sbtt Photo Jennifer Trinkley Photography
Salvation Army Celebrity Fundraiser
The Salvation Army of East Stroudsburg is hosting its Celebrity fundraising dinner at the Citadel Headquarters on Tuesday March 21, 2017 beginning at 5:30 pm. The five-course feast will be prepared by renowned chefs Nicola Mersini of Momento Pizzeria & Restaurant, Andrew Moore from The Stone Bar Inn and Tom Farda from Peppe’s Bistro. There will also be a live pasta demonstration with pasta to purchase. Seats are $75 per person.
Major James Gingrich, Commanding Officer of the East Stroudsburg Corps comments, “This is the sixth year for this event which was created to help raise awareness of hunger in Monroe County. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Corps and will directly be used to feed County residents. We are fortunate to have these three very accomplished Chefs willing to donate their time and talent for this event.”
The Salvation Army, and its many partners, work tirelessly to feed the hungry throughout Monroe County.
The Salvation Army offers local programs such as food baskets, hot meals, nights of shelter, rental assistance, and clothing, Christmas toys for children, nursing home visitation, and disaster service response. These programs are directly funded by community support and giving through donations and events.
Gingrich said, “We are more determined than ever to help our neighbors bridge the gap between their resources and the cost of acquiring basic human needs. This event is one way we can raise money to achieve that goal.” He concludes, “This is a great event that features the exceptional culinary talents of three renowned chefs and provides attendees the opportunity to see the Citadel.”
To sign up for the dinner call The Salvation Army at (570) 421-3050.
DRAWING WORKSHOP- Tuesday, March 21 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM to Tuesday, March 28, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM. Pocono Arts Council, 18 N. 7th Street Stroudsburg. NEVER TAKEN A DRAWING CLASS BEFORE? FEEL RUSTY OR SIMPLY LACK CONFIDENCE? THIS IS THE COURSE NEEDED. EXPLORE THE STEPS IN DRAWING FROM AN IDEA TO A SKETCH TO A COMPLETED DRAWING. INSTRUCTOR IS JOHN MCALLISTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REIGSTER CALL POCONO ARTS, 570-476-4460 OR E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
PA Deer has Chronic Wasting Disease
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture recently announced that a captive deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in Pennsylvania. This is the second case of the disease discovered in a captive deer farm since 2014.
The three-year-old white-tailed deer died on a farm in Bedford County in January 2017.
There is no strong evidence that humans or livestock can contract Chronic Wasting Disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic Wasting Disease attacks the brain of infected deer, elk, and moose, producing small lesions that eventually result in death. Animals can get the disease through direct contact with saliva, feces, and urine from an infected animal.
Symptoms include weight loss, excessive salivation, increased drinking and urination, and abnormal behavior like stumbling, trembling, and depression. Infected deer and elk also may allow unusually close approach by humans or natural predators. The disease is fatal and there is no known treatment or vaccine.
For more information, visit the Department of Agriculture’s website and search
Tuesday - Western Pocono Community Library,
Tuesday March 21 Western Pocono Community Library, 131 Pilgrim Way, Brodheadsville 9:00 am - Adult Literacy: 9:15 am - Basic Stretch, 10:30 am - Strength Cond,10:30 am - Story Time
Live Eagle Nest Cam
By clicking on the photo you can see and hear activity at an eagle nest - live.
Season three began December 28 at the Hanover nest. The cameras and audio equipment installed for the 2016 season continue to provide excellent views and audio of this eagle family.
The live stream began December 17, 2016 shortly after the installation of two new cameras and audio equipment. Eggs were laid on February 18 and 21. March 28 one of the eggs hatched; the nestling died two days later, perhaps injured by a branch being moved in the nest. The other egg never hatched and remained n the nest until May 23 when one of the adults removed the remnants from the nest.
Hanover is located in south-central PA about five miles from the Mason-Dixon line.
CELEBRITY DINNER at The East Stroudsburg Salvation Army on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Salvation Army of East Stroudsburg, ANNUAL CELEBRITY DINNER 226 Washington Street, East Stroudsburg. For the latest on this event visit: www.salvationarmyeaststroudsburg.org.
Economic Outlook Dinner
Economic Outlook Dinner- Tuesday, March 21, 2017 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM at Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce in Stroudsmoor Country Inn- 231 Stroudsmoor Road, Stroudsburg. Presented by Dr. Jay Bryson, Sponsored by Wells Fargo. Meal Choices: Roast Sirloin of Beef, Salmon with Dill Creme, or Vegetarian.Cost: $35 for Chamber members, $60 for non members. For directions call: 570.421.6431. For reservations, please contact te Chamber at 570.421.4433. Please provide a meal choice when making reservations.
Women in Business Luncheon
Women in Business Luncheon - Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 12 Noon at Peppe's Bistro in Eagle Valley Mall, East Stroudsburg. Topic: "How to Protect Your Business From Fraud" presented by Scott Miller of Riley and Company. SPONSOR: Monroe County Women's Commission. Cost: $20 for Chamber members; $35 for non-members. NO WALK INS! NO RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED WITHOUT PRE-PAYMENT! For directions call 570.421.4460. For reservations, please contact the Chamber at 570.421.4433 or go to www.greaterpoconochamber.com to reserve and pay on line. Deadline to reserve is 12 Noon on Friday, March 17, 2017.
THIS DAY IN HISTORY - March 21
Plots to kill Hitler foiled - 1943
On this day, the second military conspiracy plan to assassinate Hitler in a week fails to come off.
Back in the summer of 1941, Maj. Gen. Henning von Tresckow, a member of Gen. Fedor von Bock’s Army Group Center, was the leader of one of many conspiracies against Adolf Hitler. Along with his staff officer, Lt. Fabian von Schlabrendorff, and two other conspirators, both of old German families who also believed Hitler was leading Germany to humiliation,
Tresckow would try again on March 13, 1943, in a plot called Operation Flash. This time, Tresckow, Schlabrendorff, et al., were stationed in Smolensk, still in the USSR. Hitler was planning to fly back to Rastenburg, Germany, from Vinnitsa, in the USSR.
A week later on March 21, on Heroes’ Memorial Day, (a holiday honoring German World War I dead), Tresckow selected Col. Freiherr von Gersdorff to act as a suicide bomber at the Zeughaus Museum in Berlin, where Hitler was to attend the annual memorial dedication. With a bomb planted in each of his two coat pockets, Gersdorff was to sidle up to Hitler as he reviewed the memorials and ignite the bombs, taking the dictator out—along with himself and everyone in the immediate vicinity. Schlabrendorff supplied Gersdorff with bombs—each with a 10-minute fuse.
Once at the exhibition hall, Gersdorff was informed that the Fuhrer was to inspect the exhibits for only eight minutes—not enough time for the fuses to melt down.
Ongoing Acrylic Workshop
ACRYLIC WORKSHOP AT POCONO ARTS- Tuesday, March 21, 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM to Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM. Pocono Arts Council, 18 N. 7th Street, Stroudsburg. WORKSHOP IS FOUR WEEKS, MARCH 7, 14, 21, 28, TUESDAY, 1-4PM. This workshop will focus on simple and basic techniques. Each student will work at their own pace and be guided by the instructor, Maria Ferreris. For more information, or to register call 570-476-4460 or e-mail email@example.com. TO REGISTER OR FOR MORE INFO, CALL 570-476-4460 OR E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Concert Series
Independent Female Singer Songwriter, EQ at 100 Shawnee Inn Drive, Shawnee on Delaware, PA 18356. Independent female singer/songwriter EQ debuts at 7pm in the Main Lobby for this week's Community Concert Series. FMI: (844) 264-3631
Pocono Community Orchestra
Pocono Community Orchestra- Rehearsals on Wednesdays, 7-9PM, Stroudsburg High School. All string, wind, brass and percussion players wanted. Intermediate level & above.Information: Betsy Buzzelli-Clarke, email@example.com.Trinity Centennial BandcMusicians interested in joining this community concert band are invited to come to rehearsals with your instrument and a music stand. Rehearsals are on Monday nights, 2 or3 times a month, in the Community Room,Stroud Township Building, North 5th St,Stroudsburg, 7PM. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for the springschedule.
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Elderly woman surprised by her cane's hidden sword
UPI) -- The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said an 80-year-old woman had no idea there was a sword inside her cane until she tried to take it on a plane. TSA regional spokesman Mark Howell said during a Thursday event at South Carolina's Myrtle Beach International Airport that an 80-year-old woman recently attempted to bring her cane on a flight she was catching at the airport.
He said TSA agents put the cane through the X-ray machine and discovered that twisting and tugging on the handle revealed a hidden sword inside the cane.
Howell said the cane had been a gift from the woman's son and she had carried it for years without knowing about its hidden weaponry.
"She had no clue it was in there," he said at the event.
"It happens a lot, actually," Howell said of sword cane discoveries. "People pick them up at a thrift store and the sword isn't found until we X-ray it."
He said the woman surrendered her cane at the TSA checkpoint and caught her flight.
How to plan a successful spring getaway
(BPT) - No matter where you live, spring travel is synonymous with the search for warm weather. While the sunshine may help keep the blues at bay, it takes more than just golden rays to make a trip unforgettable.
Whether you're taking a family vacation, a couples escape or a getaway with friends, these insider tips will help you plan a successful trip:
Look for deals at well-known destinations
The best trips happen when you find a destination that everyone loves and you stay on budget. Start by researching areas that have something for everyone so no one feels left out. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina - with virtually endless attractions, world-class dining and 60 miles of beautiful shoreline - is one of these gems that also happens to be affordable. Countless deals can be found in any season at www.visitmyrtlebeach.com.
Once you determine your destination, dig in to find the deal that's right for you. Some hotels and resorts offer themed packages that also provide deep discounts on museum tickets, concerts and other special events. Or you can make your own trip, allowing each member of your party to pick their favorite must-see attraction.
Try something new
It's important to enjoy some R&R, but also make time to try something new on your trip. This will take you outside your comfort zone, which can stimulate the mind in new and exciting ways. What's more, it's how you create lasting memories.
With growing interest in adventure travel, many destinations are offering exciting and fun experiences for all age groups. In Myrtle Beach, for example, you can try cable boarding at Shark Wake Park, which allows you to wake-board without a boat, or indulge your inner speed demon by racing around a track in the area's NASCAR Racing Experience.
Embrace experiential eating
Eating is one of the best ways to truly experience what makes a destination unique, so be sure to eat like a local, and maybe even fish like one, too. Eating turns into a memorable experience when you've helped catch your main dish. Sign up for a shrimping, crabbing or a deep-sea fishing excursion and enjoy an adventure plus a delectable meal.
If you'd rather avoid the open sea, you're not out of luck. Seek out restaurants that source ingredients locally. That could mean eateries that boast a farm-to-table or sea-to-table experience so you enjoy the freshest fare available.
Become a history buff
Virtually anywhere you go in the United States, you'll discover a fascinating history of how it came to be. When you make time to explore museums, walk stunning gardens and visit memorials, you'll be able tell tales back home that you would otherwise have never known.
For an insider's glimpse into history, check out National Historic Landmarks. For example, Hopsewee Plantation in the Myrtle Beach area was built an estimated 40 years before the Revolutionary War. In addition to beautiful scenery, you'll experience the heritage of the area up close.
These four steps will help you plan a vacation that your travel crew will be raving about long after you return home. Best yet, you'll have memories that will last a lifetime.
Realistic tips for busy moms
(StatePoint) Time is perhaps the most coveted thing moms have and it's crucial to manage it effectively for you and your family.
To help moms everywhere make the most of their precious minutes, actress, director, producer, entrepreneur, mother of three and Nutrisystem ambassador, Melissa Joan Hart reveals her secrets that she has crafted from years of juggling different time consuming tasks.
• Just say “no”: Sometimes you just have to decline requests or pick and choose which ones are doable. And remember, it's okay to ask for a rain check.
• Limit screen time: It's easy to fall into the screen time black hole. Instead, be present -- put your phone down and limit your children's time in front of their screens. Even talk to your spouse!
• Set aside 20 "Mom Minutes” daily: Do something for yourself for 20 minutes every day-- meditate, do a quick workout, call a friend you haven't spoken to in a while, or simply do nothing with a cup of coffee in hand.
• Have one-on-one time with each child: Create no-fuss activities like coloring or playing cards that you can do with each child individually based on his or her personality. Spending quality time separately will feed your soul and theirs.
• Try to be guilt free: As a working mom, you are doing things for your family even when you are at work, so don’t feel guilty about the time away from loved ones.
• Make simple healthy changes: Remember that your kids are always watching, so being a good role model when it comes to health and fitness will pay dividends for them and for you. Simple, easy changes in your daily routing can help you with your health goals. For example, drink a nutrient-rich shake for breakfast, such as Nutrisystem Turboshakes, drink more water throughout the day and maintain a consistent exercise schedule.
And if you want to lose weight, as so many do, Hart says, "look for a plan that works for you. I chose Nutrisystem because it was simple and fit with my lifestyle. I lost 40 pounds and feel better than ever!"
For a kick start to your weight loss efforts, consider Nutrisystem Lean13, a new program designed to help you lose up to 13 pounds and seven inches in your first month. More information can be found at nutrisystem.com.
• Plan quality couple time: Make time to reignite your romance. Go out to a movie, take a walk together, write each other love notes.
“Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to make grand changes,” says Hart. “It’s the small details that can make every day just feel better.”
Tannersville Cranberry Bog Gallery Show
Laurinda Faye Rubin is organizing an exhibition for the Kettle Creek Gallery focusing on the Tannersville Cranberry Bog in all seasons. Interested artists of all mediums are invited to participate. Laurinda is willing and able to take artists on trips to the Bog in order to inspire them to create their artwork. Artists will have from now until Aug/Sep 2017 to create artwork depicting this unique natural land nestled in Monroe County. Specific information regarding submission and show details will be provided at a later date. This notice is to give the artists the opportunity and time to create their artwork. If interested, please contact Laurinda Faye Rubin at 570-236-4752 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eastburg Community Alliance Wants Performers
Eastburg Community Alliance is looking for entertainers to display their talents at the depot during the months of June, July, August and September. They specifically are looking for local artists to volunteer to perform during Music on Mondays at Dansbury Depot. If you or anyone you know, is interested, please email Sonya Cole at email@example.com. They do not pay their performers but do take a collection at each concert for the performer.
Economic Outlook Dinner
Economic Outlook Dinner Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce - Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Terraview at Stroudsmoor Country Inn - Stroudsburg. Presented by Dr. Jay Bryson, Sponsored by Wells Fargo. Meal Choices: Roast Sirloin of Beef, Salmon with Dill Creme, or Vegetarian. Cost: $35 for Chamber members, $60 for non members. For directions call: 570.421.6431. For reservations, please contact the Chamber at 570.421.4433. Please provide your meal choice when making reservations.
Four Week Oil Painting Workshop
ONGOING OIL PAINTING WORKSHOP- Thursdays to Thursday, March 23, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM at Pocono Arts Council, 18 NORTH SEVENTH STREET, STROUDSBURG. THIS WORKSHOP FOCUSES ON THE INDIVIDUAL.. WORKING AT OWN PACE, PICK THE SUBJECT WHILE THE INSTRUCTOR GUIDES YOU THROUGH THE PAINTING PROCESS. INSTRUCTOR IS JOHN MCALLISTER. FOR MORE INFO OR TO REGISTER, CALL 570-476-4460 OR E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshops are on Thursday evenings, 6:30-8:30pm at the arts council.
Spring Dance Performance at ESU
Contemporary Dancers, Spring Performance at ESU March 23-25, 2017, 7:00 p.m. Admission: Thursday $1 for everyone; Friday and Saturday, $3 for students, $5 for general public, children under 5 freee!
Valor Clinic Back In Time Dance
VALOR Clinic Foundation presents, “BACK IN TIME” USO Theme Dance, on Saturday, March 25, 2017, 7:30 – 10:30 PM at American Legion Post 927, 646 Fairground Road, Gilbert, Pennsylvania. The dance will be reminiscent of the USO dances of the 1940’s and period costumes are encouraged. A prize will be awarded for best costume.
In addition, everyone who brings a NEW set of twin or full size bedsheets will be entered to win a door prize.
Proceeds from “BACK IN TIME” USO Theme Dance will benefit Paul’s House and the Valor Clinic Foundation’s Veterans’ Unstoppable PTSD program.
The dance will feature period music by Hammertime. This event is for adults, 21 and over.
For information and tickets please call VALOR Clinic Foundation 570-839-1108.
Pocono Lularoe Event
It’s time for the Monthly Pocono Lularoe Event. Now on Saturdays. Join 15 Lularoe Consultants in Bartonsville at the Howard Johnson for the Monthly Shopping Extravaganza Saturday March 25 from 1-6 pm. There Will Be Giveaways and So Much Lula to Shop from and Try On.. Bring Friends and Come Support the Small Businesses.
Ongoing Intermediate Watercolor Workshop
ONGOING INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP- 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM to Sunday, March 26, 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM at Pocono Arts Council, 18 NORTH SEVENTH STREET, STROUDSBURG. JOIN IN ON THIS ONGOING WATERCOLOR JOURNEY AND DISCOVER THE FLEXIBILITY OF THIS MEDIUM. WORK AT OWN PACE......A FREE APPROACH WILL EXPLORED WHERE CREATIVITY TAKES WING! IRAINA CARAMELLI IS THE INSTRUCTOR AND THE WORKSHOP IS ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS, 1-4PM AT THE ARTS COUNCIL.TO REGISTER CALL 570-476-4460 OR E-MAIL carolyn@poconoar
Monroe Animal League Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Monroe Animal League will be on Tuesday, March 28 at 7:00 PM at the Eastern Monroe County Library, Rt. 611/N. 9th Street, Stroudsburg.
All Monroe County animal lovers are encouraged to attend.
For more information, visit www.monroeanimals.org join them on Facebook at
email email@example.com, or call 570-421-777
BAHS Music in Our Schools
Bangor Area High School Music in Our Schools Concert Thursday, March 30, 2017 7PM Featuring instrumental and choral ensembles from all levels.M. Craig Paine Performing Arts Theater. For more information visit: bahsbands.weebly.com
2017 Suzanne Anderson Scholarships
STROUDSBURG – The Pocono Arts Council is offering two $500 scholarships for graduating seniors in music and visual art who plan to continue their art education at the college level. The scholarships are available thanks to a bequest by long-time local art supporter Suzanne Anderson. Deadline for applying is March 31, 2017. Winners will be invited to this year’s Spring for the Arts Gala on May 5 at Stroudsmoor Country Inn to receive their award.
Further information and applications are available by calling 570-476-4460 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pocono Arts Council is a local arts service organization serving Monroe, Pike, Wayne, Lackawanna & Luzerne counties. The mission of the council is to build the community artistically and culturally by providing leadership, service and education - “Culture Builds Community.” Further information can be found by visiting its website, www.poconoarts.org.
Summer Internships at Grey Towers
Grey Towers Historic Site Applications are being accepted for summer internships at Grey Towers National Historic Site, Milford, PA. College students who are interested in parks and recreation, history,gardening and landscape architecture and forestry are encouraged to apply. Students can earn from $85 per week subsisten ce allowance to $2,500 for the 12-week season,depending on which internship they qualify for. Housing on the historic estate and uniforms may be provided.
Education/Interpretation/Visitor Services:Multiple 12-week internships are available for students to deliver interpretive mansion tours and education programs and hone their visitor services skills. Deadline to apply is March 1 for May - August internship. Gardening/Horticulture: Two opportunities are available for May - August; each provides avaluable, practical experience for a motivated undergraduate college student who wants a hands-on experience to challenge and broaden the student’s knowledge of practical applications of horticultural theory learned in the classroom. Deadline to apply is March 31, 2017.
For the Elizabeth S. Mortimer gardening internship, send a resume and cover letter that indicates your field of study and expected graduation date to: Elizabeth Hawke, Horticulturist, Grey Towers National Historic Site, PO Box 188, Milford, PA 18337,or fax to 570-296-9675 or email to email@example.com. A second horticulture position isavailable through the Student Conservation Association. To apply go to www.thesca.organd search Position ID 00722488.Information: www.fs.usda.gov/greytowers;firstname.lastname@example.org; or 570-296-9630.
NCC Monroe Campus to Hold Open House
An open house at Northampton Community College’s (NCC) Monroe Campus will be held on Saturday, April 1, starting at 10:00 a.m. The campus is located at 2411 Route 715, Tannersville.
Attendees will learn about academic majors, transfer options, student life, clubs, financial aid, the honors program, and more.
To reserve a spot, call 570-369-1801 or visit www.northampton.edu/openhouse.
Kirkridge Retreat Center
What Matters: A Weekend on Disability, Community and Love: Fialka-Feldman Famil
April 21st - April 23rd
Together It's Possible (TIP) is proud to invite you to our annual retreat. This year we are thrilled to host the entire Fialka-Feldman family as we dream and work toward new possibilities for inclusion in our world. All family members, self-advocates, professionals and welcome to come -- because we all need to be included.
FMI: email@example.com or 610-588-1793. 2495. Located at Fox Gap Road, Bangor just minutes south of Stroudsburg on Route 191. Check out their website at http://www.kirkridge.org\
Monroe County Earth Day
Monroe County Conservation District – Kettle Creek, 8050 Running Valley Rd., Stroudsburg. The Monroe County Earth Day Committee is searching for environmentally oriented businesses and organizations interested in exhibiting at this year’s Monroe County Earth Day Event on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Monroe Campus of Northampton Community College in Tannersville. Over 800 people attended last year’s event. It is the committee’s desire to bring together organizations, agencies and businesses in Monroe County that collectively have been a part of maintaining and promoting conservation of our shared natural world. The event promises to be a wonderful day of celebration, highlighting the joy of living in the Poconos, and its shared conservation successes.
The 2017 Monroe County Earth Day Celebration is sponsored by the Monroe County Conservation District (MCCD) and the Monroe Campus of Northampton Community College in Tannersville. There is no fee for exhibiting and all non-profits are allowed to sell merchandise as long as funds generated are used to support the organization. Deadline for sign-up is February 28, 2017. For more information, visit http://www.mcearthday. org or call Darryl at MCCD, (570) 629-3061, Monday – Friday, 8AM-4:30PM. For more information on other MCCD programs, visit www.mcconservation.org.
PEEC Earth Day and Family Fun Day
Pocono Environmental Education Center(PEEC)538 Emery Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328 Attention All Artisans! PEEC is looking for crafters, photographers, artists, and local businesses who are interested in selling their wares at our festivals. Our Earth Day (April 29,10AM-4PM) & Fall Family fun Day (October7, 10AM-4PM) festivals are an opportunity to show off your skills and sell your products at a large event. Information: 570-828-2319,www.peec.org, firstname.lastname@example.org Pre-registration is requested until otherwise noted.
Wine, Women, and Waders: Fly Fishing Basics for Women
The Brodhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited is hosting Wine, Women, and Waders: Fly Fishing Basics for Women on April 29, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. at Mountain View Vineyard in Appenzell 5866 Neola Road, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.
This course is designed to take women interested in the art of fly fishing from “I could never do that” to “this could be fun”. The course will cover topics such as Women in Fly Fishing, Equipment, Knot Tying with hands on practice, What Trout Eat, hands on Casting Instruction, and includes a Wine Tasting and Social Hour. Lunch and tasting fees are included in the registration fee. This class is limited to 12 participants and pre-registration is required, so don’t delay.
COST: $20.00 Include Lunch and Tasting, Pre-Registration Required
INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION: Contact Ann Foster at email@example.com for more information or to register.
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Fraternal Order of Eagles - First Sunday of Every Month, Franternal Order of Eagles Aeries 1106. Doors: 5pm Kitchen: 6pm Games: 7pm
East Stroudsburg Elks - Every Wednesday. Doors:5pm Early Birds: 645pm. Bingo:7pm
Polk Township Fire Co. - Every Thursday. Doors: 5pm Games: 6:45pm
Power House of Prayer - East Stroudsburg Wednesday and Sunday. Doors: 5pm. Bingo:7pm
VFW Post 2540 East Stroudsburg - Friday Night. Doors, Kitchen: 5pm. Early Bird: 6:45pm
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