First Fridays, a free monthly musical and neighborly event, resumes at the Equinunk Historical Society, 7pm. Musicians, call 570/224-0223 or 570/224-6722 for info and to sign up. Acoustic only. Light refreshments will be available.
The Joel Hill water-powered, Civil War Era Sawmill will hold this season's last public sawing and tours of the old mill, 11am-3pm. Owned by the Equinunk Historical Society the sawmill is located on Duck Harbor Rd. 570/224-8500.
“Strides Across the Delaware” 5K Run/Walk, sponsored by the Upper Delaware Council. Check-in at 7:30am, race starts at 9am at Equinunk United Methodist Church. Course map and registration form at www.upperdelawarecouncil.org.
The 2013 season's final tours of the Joel Hill Water-Powered Sawmill will take place from 11am-3pm. Built in the Civil-War era, the water-powered mill has operated nearly continuously since it was built. Sawing demonstrations. Cider and doughnuts. 570/224-8500.
The Woodland Weavers will demonstrate turning wool into yarn on the porch of the Equinunk Historical Society, 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. Calder Museum and Gift Shop doors open at noon. 570/224-8500.
Duck Harbor Antiques Gallery Opening with Andrea's Horses on the Staircase Wall, 7pm. 570/224-4496.
Continuing its theme for this year, "Historical Pastimes", the Equinunk Historical Society will present a program on “Vintage Toys,” 1pm. Educators Donna Clark and Helen Adams will present their respective views. 570/224-6722.
The Pine Mill Community Hall will hold its monthly pancake breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Adults: $7, child under 12, half portion, $3.50. 570/224-8500.
Manchester Community Library will hold a book sale, 9am-12noon. Prices range from $.25 for paperbacks to $1 for hardcovers. 570/224-8500.
Educator Helen Adams will present in the Equinunk Historical Society's summer program series, "A Ride Through Lookout." Using photos and stories, she will take listeners on a ride in the family car from Indian Head Camp to Duck Harbor, 1pm. 570/224-6722.