Commonwealth Speaker Paul Halpern presents "Time Travel in Popular Culture," hosted by the Wayne County Public Library at the Central United Methodist Church, 205 11th St., 5:30pm. Free event. 570/253-1220.
Spend the evening with original variety acts showcased by local "celebrities," presented by The Wayne County Historical Society at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. Watch them sing, dance, act and have a great time. Benefits the Historical Society. $20 advance tickets/$25 at the door. 570/253-3240.
Lava Volunteer Fire Department pancake breakfast at the Lava Fire House, State Rte 52, 8am-1pm. $8 per person, under 5 free.
Pike County Developmental Center tricky tray at Delaware Valley High School 11th/12th grade cafeteria, Routes 6 & 209. Doors open at 4pm, calling starts at 6pm. Trays, grand prizes, 50/50 raffle. Refreshments available. No entry fee. All proceeds benefit adults with disabilities. 570/296-6319.
Penny social at the Liberty Fire Department, 256 Sprague Ave. Door opens 4pm, calling 7pm. Prizes, door prize, 50/50 raffle, special prizes and refreshments are available. Everyone receives a free hot dog and drink with $2 paid admission. Benefits Sullivan County SPCA. 845/292-4251.
Smallwood Civic Association celebrating the 20th anniversary of their Mountain Lake purchase. Join them from noon to evening at their Lake Hill Lodge, 302 Pine Grove Rd. Food, music, games. 845/583-8439.
The Equinunk Historical Society will conduct its 33rd annual meeting, 12noon. All members are asked to attend so a quorum may be achieved and the society can conduct its business. Members, bring a plate of refreshments to share. 570/224-6722.
The Manchester Community Library will hold its monthly Summer Flea Market and Book Sale, 9am-1pm. Vendors welcome, $5 per space. Follow signs to end of driveway. 570/224-8500.
The Equinunk Historical Society will conduct an open house at the Joel Hill Civil War era, water-powered sawmill, 11am-3pm. Volunteers will operate the saw and conduct free tours. The mill is located on Duck Harbor Rd. See signs from Rte. 191 in Lookout. This is living history that will interest visitors of all ages.
The Wooden Canoe Heritage Association (WCHA) will exhibit hand-crafted wooden canoes at the Equinunk Historical Society, 12noon. WCHA is a non-profit group devoted to preserving, building and restoring wooden canoes. The group will share their creations with visitors and talk about their work. 570/224-6722.