Providing an art-friendly atmosphere in the community is none other than the Wayne County Arts Alliance. Established in 2002 in Honesdale, PA, the nonprofit’s mission is to enrich the community through the arts. Their programs, which are led by passionate volunteers, consist of studio tours and their annual Halloween fundraiser.
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Here Is Everything You Need to Know About the Wayne County Arts Alliance!
This April, the Wayne County Arts Alliance will celebrate The Great Wall of Honesdale. They will host an opening reception on April 30th. Details are still in the works, but this occasion is something you will want to experience.
Studio tours at the Wayne County Arts Alliance allow the artists to open their studio and meet people in their own space. This year’s annual tour will be July 7th through the 9th. These tours are free and open to the public and are an excellent time to purchase an original work of art directly from the artist. Tours will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
The Honesdale community always looks forward to the Annual Halloween Bash put on by the WCAA held every October. This year’s Halloween Bash will take place October 28th at The Cooperage. There will be a costume competition, dance party, live music by Steppin Eddy, and food available for purchase. The event will be from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Becoming a member of the Wayne County Arts Alliance is easy. There are memberships for students, families, and businesses. You can also get involved by receiving the Alliance e-newsletter.
Start Planning Your Pocono Mountains Getaway! We Have So Much Planned for the Spring Season!
If you need a weekend getaway to clear your head and relax, you should join us for a night or two at The Settlers Inn. Tucked away in the Pocono Mountains, our Inn is the perfect spot to relax and let your everyday stresses melt away. Our Inn is home to 23 guest rooms, an award-winning, farm-to-table restaurant and plenty of places to kick up your feet and enjoy the moment. Spring is a great time to visit the Pocono Mountains. Our sister property, Silver Birches Waterfront Facility, will host a wine festival on Saturday, March 18th. With our Wally Wine Festival Lodging Package, you’ll stay one night at the Inn, receive a ticket to the wine festival, and wake up to a full country breakfast the next morning.