The Wayne County Historical Society’s "Plain Speaking Summer Series" continues at the Main museum, 810 Main St., 5pm. Hank Loftus, the curator of the Dorflinger Glass Museum in White Mills, will speak about “Glass: A Most Remarkable Material.” Free, and the public is invited. 570/253-3240.
The Hysterical Society Variety Show presented by The Wayne County Historical Society at The Cooperage, 7-10pm. Featuring Peter Florance Band, Roger “GIZMO” Hunt, Honesdale Dance Studio, The Mop Tops, Mr. W. Sebastian Mendler of Honesdale (and associates) and MC Bob Mermell. $20 advance tickets/$25 at the door. For tickets call 570/253-3240.
Explore the ancient technique of printmaking in this hands-on workshop at The Cooperage, 7-9pm. Participants will learn how to create a stamp out of a block, potato, or other recycled materials. BYO printable item: canvas, T-shirt, etc. 570/253-2020 to sign up, suggested donation $15.
International musical trio Pericopes +1 will be at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St. Doors open 7pm, music 7:30-9:30pm. The trio’s balance of improvisation and composition blends elements of post-rock, avant garde, European/American folk music, Afro-American and other ethnic music styles. BYOB. Donations collected at the door.
Truck petting zoo at Wayne County Public Library, 1406 Main St., 5:30-7:30pm. No animals, just trucks. Lots of trucks from cement mixers to firetrucks all parked on 14th Street for young (and old) truck lovers to touch, sit and explore. 570/253-1220.
Contra dance at The Cooperage, 7:30-10pm. Beginners welcome. Caller Laurie B. Music by Poison Love. Suggested donation: $10, kids under 15, free. Dress in casual clothing and wear comfortable shoes. 570/253-2020.
The first of the 2015 Plain Speaking talks will be held at the Wayne County Historical Society's Main Museum, 810 Main St., 5pm. The speaker is Mimi Steffen, local researcher and author of several volumes about one-room schools. Her topic is, "Recalling the Rural Schools of Berlin Township." Free.
Professor Louie & The Cromatix to be featured performance at “Late Night Ramble 2015” hosted by The Cooperage Project, doors open 9pm, show at 10pm. Takes place after the 10th annual Roots and Rhythm Music & Arts Festival. Donations collected at the door. Cash bar, please do not BYOB.
Game Night at The Cooperage, 6-9pm. The Cooperage will have all kinds of games to play, from board games to card games to brain games. Bring a game if you'd like. 570/253-2020.
"With a Song in My Heart" is coming to Central Park, 7:30pm. 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.