"With a Song in My Heart" at Queen of Peace Church, 6pm. Betsy Black will lead the Wayne Choralaires in a joyous program, to include Broadway favorites; traditional tunes and religious songs; a fun, rousing medley from “Sister Act”; and stirring patriotic tunes, as we approach July 4th. Free or donation.
Auditions for "Who Wants to Be a Princess" at Hawley Methodist Church, 315 Church St., 6:30-8:30pm. Production dates are August 14 and 15, also at the church. Audition requirements: Come prepared to tell your favorite joke; scripts will be provided for short readings. First production of Spotlight Players.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a concert, “Tom Sadge as Neil Diamond,” at Woodloch Pines Night Club, 4-6pm. Proceeds benefit Wayne Memorial Hospital. Tickets are $35 each and a cash bar will be available. For tickets or information, call 570/253-0637, 570/253-5779 or 570/226-9750.
The Gold Magnolias at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. The Gold Magnolias are a few southern boys in New York city with a sound that evokes such artists as recent phenoms The Alabama Shakes as well as soul-stalwarts like Fats Domino and James Brown. Tickets: $16-$20. www.silkmillharmony.com.
Burning Bridget Cleary at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. Known for their captivating sound and engaging stage presence, Burning Bridget Cleary is currently one of the hottest acts on the Celtic and folk music circuits. Tickets: $15-$20. www.silkmillharmony.com.
Spuyten Duyvil at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, two shows at 6pm and 8:30pm. Spuyten Duyvil (pronounced "SPITE-en DIE-vul") performs original and traditional American roots music blended witholde time, blues, and folk rock to create a modern mix. Tickets $16-$23. www.silkmillharmony.com.
Harmony Presents features comedians from New York, Boston, Philadelphia and more at Cocoon Coffee House, 1 Silk Mill Dr., 8:30pm. $15-20 + 2 items from Cocoon Comedy Menu.
The 30th annual Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival at Wallenpaupack Area High School, 10am-5pm. An educational, fun-filled opportunity for all ages to learn about, and experience firsthand, many of nature's mysteries through live animals, arts and crafts. Admission: $5 per person, children 12 and under free. www.audubonfestival.com.
Join PPL’s forester, Paul Kowalczyk on a hike in Shuman Point Natural Area. Paul will explain how forest management practices, like the Shuman Point timber harvest, can provide necessary habitat for wildlife, including threatened species. Meet at Shuman Point Natural Area parking lot at 9:45am. Free, registration required 570/253-7001.
The Pat Abrams Memorial Scholarship tricky tray at the Wallenpaupack High School Cafeteria. Doors open at 12 noon, calling starts at 2pm. Admission: $5, includes a free sheet of tickets. Children admitted free. Prizes include an Apple Watch, Pocono Racing tickets, Bradford Portraits, H20ooohh!!Indoor Water Park tickets.