The Cooperage Project holds the first event of a new monthly reading series, “Readings at the Coop: Writers in Conversation” curated by Kelly McMasters and Mark Milroy, owners of Moody Road Studios, 7:30pm. The featured writers are Mason Currey, Owen King and Domenica Ruta. Moody Road Studios invites you to meet the authors at a reception from 5:30 to 7:15pm at the Maude Alley Garden. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org or call 570/253-2020.
Sullivan West SADD (Students Against Desructive Decisions) will hold a 5K Run/Walk, 10am. The course will be held in and around the Lake Huntington area. Participants should report to the Sullivan West High School Campus for registration. 845/932-8401.
The Movie "Oblivion" will play at the Rivoli Theater from Friday, May 10 thru Thursday, May 16. The theater times are Fri. 4:30pm and 8pm, Saturday 4:30pm, 8pm and 11:30pm, Sunday 2pm, 5pm and 8pm, Wednesday 2pm and Thursday 4:30pm and 8pm. Partially benefits Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County.
The Narrowsburg Book Discussion Group meets on the third Friday of every month at 4pm at the Narrowsburg Public Library. The May book is "Martin Fletcher: The List." A young Jewish Family is struggling to stay afloat in London after World War II. Books are available at the library. All are welcome.
The Pine Mill Community Hall holds its monthly pancake breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. The menu features cheese omelets or eggs the way you like them, sausage, home fries, blueberry or plain pancakes, juice, and coffee or tea. Adults: $7, child's half-portion, $3.50. 570/224-8500.
Manchester Community Library holds a book sale, 9am-12 noon. Hardcovers are $1, paperbacks, 25 cents. 570/224-8500.
Shohola Township Park & Recreation Committee hold clean-up day at the Township Building, 8am-3pm. 570/559-7394.
Play Scrabble at the Wayne County Visitors Center, 2:30 pm. Donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. 570/224-6206.
A birding program, Bird Walk, will be held at PEEC. Darryl Speicher, from the Pocono Avian Research Center, will lead a hike focusing on the identification of birds and their unique natural history. The program is most appropriate for ages 10+; binoculars and field guides will be provided. Cost: free for PEEC members, $5 for non-members. Visit www.peec.org.
Warbler Weekend will begin on Friday evening, May 10 & continue through Sunday afternoon, May 12. Guided field trips will be led by Darryl Speicher, from the Pocono Avian Research Center, and other experienced guides who will identify birds by sight, sound and habitat. To register, call PEEC at 570/828-2319. The cost of the weekend is $195, which includes 2 nights of lodging & 6 meals. Commuter & day rates are also available.