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December 13 2009

Press Release: Dime Bank Supports Harvest Festival 2009


Steamer through Trees: The antique post card that will be featured on the cover of the Harvest Festival 2009 commemorative program.

Juan, Maureen Beilman, Kay: (l to r) Juan Espino, Maureen Beilman, Kay Stephenson

The Wayne County Historical Society's Harvest Festival 2009 is off to a good start. Community support is outstanding, according to event chair Juan Espino, shown with the Dime Bank's Maureen Beilman and festival committee member Kay Stephenson. The picture chosen for this year's commemorative program is an old post card of a steamer on Lake Ladore, and in addition to purchasing tickets, many businesses and individuals are taking ads in the program, which, as usual, will feature historic vignettes and pictures.

Therfestival will bring back to Wayne County the popular group "Old Friends," a versatile group featuring folk, country, Irish and classic Rock. Dancing is, of course, encouraged and dress is casual. Jeans are not only welcome but suggested.

The venue for Harvest Festival 2009 is the spacious Bryn Mawr Mountain Retreat near Honesdale and the date is Sunday, October 4, from 5 to 9 pm. Admission includes a buffet dinner, silent auction and Old Friends in concert. Price is $50 for adults, $20 6-13 years and children under 6 will be admitted free. For more information about tickets or space in the commemorative booklet, contact the Wayne County Historical Society, 570-253-3240, wchshop@ptd.net or waynehistorypa.org.