Alice Scott, a historian and genealogist who has been researching family and local history for more than 30 years, will share her expertise in a program at the Equinunk Historical Society, 1pm. The society's "Our Heritage" series will continue throughout the rest of the season. 570/224-6722.
The Hub at The Port Jervis Free Library will host Jerry Kuntz, award-winning author of "The Heroic Age of Diving" in the Reference Room at the library, 6:30-8pm. 845/856-7313 ext. 5.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series presents “The Stourbridge Lion, Part One” presented by Pike County Historian George Fluhr, 5pm. Fluhr is an avid researcher and the author of many books about local history. He has been a leader of the Shohola Railroad & Historical Society for many years. 570/253-3240.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series presents “Finding Your Wayne County Roots” presented by Kay Stephenson and Ann O’Hara at the society's main museum, 5pm. 570/253-3240.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series holds “Christy Mathewson: The Honesdale Years” presented by Ab Rutherford, 5pm. The presentations continue each Friday through August 26 at 5pm. 570/253-3240.
Stephen Skye will talk on "The Cornell Family: Master D&H Capitalists" at D&H Canal Park, 58 Hoag Rd., 7pm. The talk focuses on the history of Thomas Cornell and his son-in-law Samuel Decker Coykendall, two figures that loom large in the making of Rondout, NY and the Hudson River.
Alzheimer’s Association Caregiver Support Group at Achieve Rehab & Nursing Facility, 170 Lake St., 6-7:30pm. Open to all caregivers/family members of people with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. Refreshments served. 845/866-3247.
AARP Driver Safety Program at the South Fallsburg Senior Center, 9am-4pm. To register call Sonny Smith at 845/434-8922 (leave message). Please call after 9am.
Wayne County Historical Society's Plain Speaking Summer Series presents the Kehagias Family "Life in the Mid-1700's", 5pm. This program is child-friendly, and includes music and costumes from the mid-1700's. Listen to violins and singing and learn what life was like 250 years ago. Free and open to the public. 570/253-3240.
Career educator Tony Nappo will lead a discussion of Ron Chernow's book "Alexander Hamilton" at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 6pm. Free and open to the public. 845/794-4660.