Volunteers at the Joel Hill Civil War era water-powered sawmill will give sawing demonstrations and sawmill tours, 11am-3pm. 570/224-6722.
All-inclusive funk music festival at Camp Equinunk. www.equifunk.com.
Professional photographer Don Kaszner will exhibit a selection of photographs featuring local structures and locations during Art Appreciation Day at the Equinunk Historical Society, 12 noon. The exhibit coincides with the Equinunk Fireman's BBQ a few feet down the road. 570/224-6722.
The Equinunk Historical Society will present a program on the brass bands of Northeast Pennsylvania, 1pm. Dr. Kenneth Kreitner will tell the story of the brass bands in Wayne County between 1897 and 1901. 570/224-6722.
Equinunk Volunteer Fire Company annual chicken BBQ, 12 noon. Clams, shrimp, hot dogs, fries and beer also available. Take-outs available. Music and games. 570/224-4578.
Manchester Community Library book sale, 9am-noon. A large assortment of used books are available, ranging in price from $.25 to $1. 570/224-4173.
Pine Mill Community Hall pancake breakfast, 7:30-11:30am. Adults $7, children under 12, half portion, $3.50. 570/224-8500.
Ellen Raines Martin trunk show at the new shops at Duck Harbor Pond formerly The Duck Harbor Antique Store. 917/734-7525.
The Equinunk Historical Society will present Richard "Smitty" Axtell, well-known antiques specialist, in a program at the Calder Museum, 1pm. Talking about antiques used in historical pastimes, this interactive program will invite audience participation as Axtell leads the discussion of implements used long ago. 570/224-6722.
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.