Delaware River clean up. Join National Park Service rangers to help clean up the Delaware River. To register call 570/685-4871.
Join Park Ranger Tim Oset for a guided walk through the Minisink Battleground Park, 10:30am. 570/685-4871.
The Milford Garden Club’s 21st annual Secret Garden Tour, 10am-4pm. Pre-event tickets: $15. On the day of the tour, tickets can be purchased for $20 from 9am-2pm at the Milford Community House and Library. 570/296-6345.
A unique hike that will showcase the forests, geology and history of the Sawkill Gorge at Grey Towers National Historic Site. Reservations are required and group size is limited for this free, public hike. 570/296-9630.
Dog walk at Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-1pm. Raffle baskets, 50/50 raffle, talent show with a prize, and a souvenir of your dog’s paw prints. $5 entry. Complimentary donuts and coffee will be provided and an optional lunch will be served. RSVP: 570/689-9494 or email info@Lacawac.org.
Bob Rosen Classic at Tarry Brae Golf Course, 11am. The day culminates at the Old Homestead Restaurant with an open bar cocktail reception, dinner, raffles and the presentation of awards. Entry fee: $130, benefits United Way of Sullivan County. The tournament honors the memory of the late Bob Rosen. 845/794-1771.
Farmstock 2013 at Apple Pond Farm, 12 noon-3pm. Tour includes "All about chickens and goats," a 2pm milking and cheese making demonstration, learn about sun and wind power and tour the garden. Cost: $6/adults, $4/children. Series tickets available. 845/482-4764.
Roscoe Kiwanis Club's 22nd annual golf tournament at Tennanah Lake Golf Course, registration at noon, 1pm shotgun start, and a captain and crew format. Entry fee: $70 includes golf, cart, and open cocktail hour 6-7pm followed by a banquet at 7pm at the Rockland House. Trophies will be awarded and raffle tickets will be sold. All profits are used for the youth of the community. 607.498-5395 or 607/498-9929.
Join Bill Streeter, director of the Delaware Valley Raptor Center, for Close Encounters With Birds of Prey, to see and learn about these and other birds of prey at Lacawac Sanctuary, 7pm. You’ll see six live raptors and spend an hour gaining a greater knowledge and appreciation of the raptors of the northeast. Fee: $5 (members $3). Call 570/689-9494 or visit www.lacawac.org.
Biologists and volunteers will gather to collect and identify as many living things as possible at the host property owned by the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, 9am-3pm. Bring the family to view the specimens, talk to the experts and enjoy a tour, all at no charge. 570/224-0580.