‘Cause it’s Sprung! a party at The Cooperage in the pocket park, 5-8pm. Food, games, and local beers. Grass-fed hamburgers with local cheese, onion, and greens on a Beach Lake Bakery bun. Classic picnic games like three-legged race and an egg toss. For the whole family. 570/253-2020.
Roast Pork Dinner at the Masonic Lodge, 94 Main St., 4:30-7pm. Adults $10, children $6. Benefits the Delaware-Sullivan Chapter Order of Eastern Star.
"The Church Has Left the Building" comes to Newfoundland Park for a day of worshiping God and serving the community, 8am-4pm. Various events. www.wallenpaupackfmchurch.org/the-church-has-left-the-building.html.
"The Church Has Left the Building" comes to Bingham Park. Day of community service. www.wallenpaupackfmchurch.org/the-church-has-left-the-building.html.
Dress for Success, a free sale to supply women with professional clothing, will be at St. Paul's Fellowship Hall, 405 Church St., 1–4pm. Ladies can choose from racks of suits and dresses, be more confident at their next job interview, and jump start a new career. Part of "The Church Has Left the Building."
Teeple Stevenson Young American Legion Post 765 hosts a pancake breakfast at the Post home on Rt 191, 7:30-11:30am. They serve pancakes, blueberry pancakes, french toast, eggs, sausage, pastries, coffee, tea and orange juice.
Annual perennial plant sale at the Community House, located on Broad and Harford Streets (at the traffic light in town.) This is a rain or shine event. The perennials are grown by members of the club and will come with instructions that suggest the best growing conditions. 570/296-1157.
Country Jamboree at Indian Head Camp, 12 noon. Live band, DJ, square/line dancing, raffle drawing, penny social, face painting, food available. Admission: $5, under 12 free. Benefits the pediatric services at Geisinger Medical Center, thru Miracle Network Telethon. 570/224-4048.
The award-winning Kingfisher Project will participate in Fallsburg’s Annual Wellness Fair at the Fallsburg High School, 9am-12 noon. Created at radio station WJFF, Kingfisher aims to educate the public and encourage people to become involved with the heroin epidemic. 845/434-6800, ext. 2212.
The Trustees of the Wayne County Historical Society will host a welcome reception for Tom Myles and staff at the main museum, 812 Main St., 7-8pm. They’ve worked to restore the engine and cars on the Delaware, Lackawaxen & Stourbridge Line in preparation for the Stourbridge Excursion Rides pulling out on Saturday, May 9. 570/253-3240.