The Equinunk United Methodist Church will hold a covered dish dinner in the church, 5:30pm. All are welcome. Bring your favorite dish and enjoy the delicious home-cooked foods. Dinner is free. 570/224-6361.
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.
Members of the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association will again display their beautiful, custom-made wooden canoes on the grounds of the Equinunk Historical Society, 12noon-4p.m. 570/224-6722.
Tour the Civil War Era, water-powered Joel Hill Sawmill at the Equinunk Historical Society, 11am-3pm. The old mill has run almost continuously from the 1870's until today. After this tour, the next (and last) event this year will be in October. 570/224-6722.
The construction of hand-crafted paper beads will be taught at the Manchester Community Library, 3–5pm. Supplies provided. Sign up in advance. Cost: $3. Bring ruler and scissors. 570/224-8500.
Hana Marritz will exhibit wire sculpture and collage at Equinunk Historical Society, 12 noon-4pm. She will speak on The Goddess, ancient feminine depiction of fertility. Guests will sculpt a goddess in clay under Hana's supervision. Free. 570/224-6722.
Book sale at the Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Hwy., 9am-12 noon. All hard cover books are two for $1, paperback books are five for $1. 570/224-8500.
Summer Solstice Shamanic circle and celebration of the longest day at Angels and Animals Studio, 24 Shank Rd., noon. Bring picnic, water shoes, bathing suit, laughter and song. RSVP 570/224-8210.
Book sale at The Manchester Community Library, 3879 Hancock Highway, 9am-12noon. All hardcovers are 2 for $1, soft covers 5 for $1. Thousands of books available. 570/224-8500.
Carol Ann MacMaster will begin the Equinunk Historical Society's season of genealogical exploration with "Genealogy 101: Then and Now," 1pm. 570/224-6722.