The Cooperage Project will host Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids, at the Main Street Farmers' Market, 4-5pm. This monthly workshop will take place inside The Cooperage on the first Wednesday of every month through October. This month’s topic is: Farmers' Market Tour and Taste Test.
Chicken BBQ sponsored by White Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church at Firemen's Park, Shore Road. Tickets: adults and take outs $11, children 5 to 12 $5. Tickets available at door, 4pm until sold out. Chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, homemade coleslaw, roll, beverage, dessert.
The BBQ & Brews Fest at Roscoe Beer Company, 145 Rockland Rd., at 12 noon. The festival will feature live music, games and activities, a beer release party and two large tasting tents. The event will host several local breweries and BBQ establishments. 607/290-5002.
The Blues, Brews & BBQ series at Glass—wine. bar. kitchen. at Ledges Hotel. Rotating line-up of live blues music with a BBQ-style outdoor dining event with samples of local craft brews from a featured local brewery. Cost $32.50. Reservations are recommended. 570/226-1337.
Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-12noon. Let Delaware Highlands Mushroom Society share a wealth of knowledge in how wild edibles are enjoyed by wildlife and humans. This is a short-distance walk. Wear comfortable footwear. Registration appreciated. Cost: $10. Members: $5. 570/689-9494.
Annual chicken BBQ at the Lava Volunteer Fire Dept., 12-3pm. Take-out only. $10 each.
Pancake breakfast at Pine Mill Community Hall, 919 Pine Mill Rd., 7:30-11:30am. Serving plain or blueberry pancakes, cheese omelets, home fries and sausage. Cost: $8 adults, half price 4-9 years, free under 4. 570/224-8500.
Annual roast pork dinner at St. Anthony's Hall, 25 Beaverbrook Rd., 1-5pm. Sponsored by St. Anthony's-Sacred Heart Parish Council. Adults $10, children (under 12) $6. Eat in or take out. 845/557-6453 or 845/856-6277.
Spaghetti dinner to benefit Boy Scout Troop 717 at White Sulphur Springs United Methodist Church Hall, Rte. 52, 4:30-7pm. Tickets: adults and take outs $9, children 5 to 12 $5. Homemade meatballs and desserts. Help the boy scouts go to summer camp. 845/292-2683.
High tea served at Two Sister Emporium, 2-4pm. Music by harpist Lauren Floden. An entire meal, presented in multiple courses, but in smaller bites. Cost: $22.50 per person. 10% off for paid reservations of 10 or more. Limited seating. Reservations, 607/821-1606.