Live Music Friday with Merchants of Groove Unplugged at Glass—Wine. Bar. Kitchen., 8-11pm. A rotating line-up of live music in the lounge. No cover charge. firstname.lastname@example.org or 570/226-1337.
Blues, Brews & BBQ with Phyllis Hopkins and The Electric Trio on the deck at Glass—Wine. Bar. Kitchen., 5-9pm. $32.50 includes selections from the grill with sides of summer picnic staples. Reservations recommended. Or, no cover to enjoy the music on the lawn or Stargazer Deck. email@example.com or 570/226-1337.
Live Music Friday Kevin Campion at Glass—Wine. Bar. Kitchen., 8-11pm. A rotating line-up of live music in the lounge. No cover charge.
Live music with John Curtin at Glass—Wine. Bar. Kitchen., 6-9pm. firstname.lastname@example.org or 570/226-1337.
French Wine Dinner—Food and Wine of Provence at The Settlers Inn, 7:30-10pm. Guest chef Marcia Dunsmore and sommelier Claude Briere prepare an authentic French wine dinner in the gardens. $95/person. email@example.com or 570/226-2993.
Live music in the dining room with Dan Bradley at The Settlers Inn, 6-9pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570/226-2993.
The Patrick Abrams Memorial Scholarship Tricky Tray at Wallenpaupack High School gym, doors open at 12 noon, calling at 2pm. Admission $3, includes a free sheet of tickets. Prizes include Disney Park hopper passes, mystery prize, themed baskets and more. 570/775-7377.
Golf tournament at Woodloch Springs, 7:30am continental breakfast, 8:30am shotgun start, luncheon to follow. $100 per person or $380 per foursome if paid by June 16. Funds scholarships to students continuing their education. Contact email@example.com.
Terry Jung will be the guest speaker at the Patriot Connectors monthly meeting at the Wallenpaupack High School Library, 7-9pm. Her topic will be a clarification on the formation and passage of the Affordable Care Act with an update on the current status of the Act.
June’s Science on Tap is on the science of the Pocono Mountains at PPL Environmental Learning Center. Have you ever wondered how the Pocono Mountains were formed? Dr. Frank Pazzaglia, a professor of Geology at Lehigh University, will share his knowledge about the geology of the region.