The public is cordially invited to attend Wayne County Historical Society’s annual fall dinner on Sunday, October 24th, at The Settlers Inn, Hawley, PA.
A cash bar from 00 to 2:00 p.m. will include hot cider and snacks. Buffet dinner will begin at 2 p.m. It will include mixed green salad with balsamic vinaigrette dressing, Pennsylvania pot roast with roasted onion gravy, chicken picatta, penne pasta baked with three cheeses, red bliss country mashed potatoes, broccoli with roasted garlic butter, autumn squash puree, breads, apple cranberry crisp with vanilla ice cream, coffee, and tea.
The Annual Historic Preservation and People Who Make a Difference in Wayne
County Agriculture Awards will then be presented. Since 1993 the Wayne County
Historical Society has recognized building owners who have demonstrated considerable
effort and/or financial commitment towards the preservation of their buildings.
Preservation of a building can include conservation, renovation, restoration,
rehabilitation or adaptive re-use. Awards are given to those projects, which
follow the US Department of Interior’s Guidelines for Historic preservation,
as closely as possible. This is the second year for the agricultural awards
program. Your attendance will show your support for the award winner’s
efforts to make Wayne County a better place to live.
The price of the dinner is $27.00 per person. Reservations are required, and must be received by 00 PM, Sunday October 17th. A non-refundable check should be made payable to “WCHS” and mailed or hand delivered to the same, 810 Main Street, PO Box 446, Honesdale, PA 18431. Please visit www.WayneHistoryPA.org for more information about the organization’s other activities and public facilities, which is funded, in part, by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, County Of Wayne, their members and local businesses.