HONESDALE - October brings autumn colors and a desire for delicious comfort food in a friendly hometown environment.

HONESDALE - October brings autumn colors and a desire for delicious comfort food in a friendly hometown environment.

Bring your friends, your family, and your appetite on Oct. 1 as The Riverview Restaurant at Rusty's sponsors Tastes of Wayne First Wednesday which benefits the Wayne County Historical Society.

Located on 105 Rusty's Blvd just outside of Honesdale, The Riverview offers a wide variety of lunch and dinner choices. From Chef Dan's special Roast Duck with Habanero Orange Glaze to a Catfish Po'Boy or a delicious Apple Salad, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Get your family together and make a reservation by calling (570) 253-8800. Make a date for Oct. 1 and enjoy Drunken Mussels, steaks, Horseradish Honey Salmon and some wonderful Micro-Brews on tap with a group of friends.

For more selections check out their menu at http://riverviewatrustys.com/.

The Riverview is easily accessible from Honesdale, Hawley and Beach Lake. Just look for Rusty Palmer, Inc on the Texas Palmyra Highway and you can't miss The Riverview Restaurant at Rustys.

Be there on Oct. 1 when a portion of the day's proceeds go to support the Wayne County Historical Society.

There is always something happening at the Wayne County Historical Society, located at 810 Main Street. Don't forget to visit the Old Stone Jail for the last time before it closes for the winter on Saturday, Oct. 4.

Stop in at the Museum to pick up the 2014 Christmas Ornament depicting the Bethany Mansion. The Historic Preservation Awards will be given out on Oct. 25 at 4 p.m. at the Main Museum.

Lastly, save the date for the WCHS's Annual Dinner at Lukan's Farm Resort coming up on Nov. 1. Look for more information at http://www.waynehistorypa.org/ or on Facebook.