Linda Dix Lee and Mimi Steffen present "Rural Schools of Preston
Township" as part of the Plain Speaking Series at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5-6pm. Free. 570/253-3240.
Pike County Historian George Fluhr presents "The Shohola Train
Wreck" as part of the Plain Speaking Series at the Wayne County Historical Society, 5-6pm. 570/253-3240.
“Artending: Make a Place for Art in Your Life.” Artist Tom Bosket and writer Laura Moran invite you to create a place for art in your life. Join Tom and Laura at the Zane Grey Museum for this art program, 1pm. Free. 570/685-4871.
Tom Bosket presents "100 Years of Innovation in Contemporary Art" at the Zane Grey Museum, 2-4pm. This hour long lecture will take you on a roller coaster ride through the driving forces behind the iconographic images of today's contemporary art world. The discussion that follows will address: how we can relate those choices to ourselves and our making.
Evenings With The National Park Service presents Owls of the Night at the Narrowsburg Branch library, 6-7pm. As we sleep the owl takes flight for a night time of hunting and flying through the dark forests. Owls are all around us though we seldom get to see them. Come learn about these beautiful nocturnal birds of prey. 845/252-3360.
"Liberty: The Amazing Story of America's Favorite Statue" at the Port Jervis Free Library, 6:30pm. Come hear author, photographer & lecturer Kevin Woyce present his latest program about the Statue of Liberty. The program will be followed by a Q&A session and a book signing. Free. 845/856-7313.
The Damascus Township Historical Society holds the first program of its 2013 Speaker Series at Damascus Township Community Center, 7pm. Grace Johansen will share stories of Peggy Runway Lodge. 570/224-4535.
The Equinunk Historical Society will present another in its series of programs on "Historical Pastimes." Bernadine Lennon will present a synopsis of "The Grange Movement in Pennsylvania" at the Calder Museum. The Museum and Calder House Gift Shop will open at noon, the program will begin at 1pm. Free. 570/224-6722.
Marisa Scheinfeld will speak at the Main Street Gallery at the Liberty Museum & Arts Center in conjunction with the 12th annual Catskills Preservation and History Conference about a documentary photography project about the former Borscht Belt, 7:30pm. The project presents a contemporary view of the famed Borscht Belt resorts.
Marisa Scheinfeld will be at the E.B. Crawford Public Library at to speak about her photography project "The Ruins of the Borscht Belt," 7:30pm. Visit www.marisascheinfeld.com or call 845/794-4660.