The Wayne/Pike Farm Bureau will hold a policy development meeting at the Chamber Building, 7pm. The purpose of this meeting is to gather suggestions of things that should be changed in regard to the everyday workings of life in a rural community.
Two Rivers Zen Community (TRZC) will hold a zazenkai, a daylong retreat devoted to zen meditation practice. Doors open at 7:45am and the first sitting begins at 8am. All are welcome, instructions and an orientation provided for newcomers. Cost: $40 for non-members, $25 for members, includes lunch. Visit tworiverszen.org.
Experience this 1859 structure built to house Wayne County's worst criminals. Free tours are given from 10am until 1pm. The Old Stone Jail is located behind the courthouse on the corner of 10th Street. It is free and open to the public.
Wayne County Area Agency on Aging holds Caregiver’s Support Group at the Earl J. Simons Senior Center, 1:30-3pm. Guest speaker: Juliann Doyle from the Wayne County Office of Human Services. She will present an overview of aging services/transportation. 570/253-4262.
Harmonizing Earth: Clearing and Calming the Mind from Over-thinking & Worry held at The Sanctuary of Oils, 3-5pm. Presented by Lynn Potter, licensed acupuncturist, and Maya Minwah, certified aromatherapist. Registration required. Cost: $40. 570/468-7350 or 570/228-6029.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a Summer Linens Fair in the David Katz Conference Center on the hospital’s second floor, July 23 from 7am-5pm and July 24 from 7am-3pm. Blankets, throws, sheet sets and pillows. Proceeds benefit the non-profit hospital.
The NACL Theatre presents "The Weather Project" in Honesdale’s Central Park on Church Street, 6pm. Come early, bring a picnic dinner, and enjoy the park, the weather and your neighbors.
This free family program is a workshop about the critters who live in our neighborhood. Presented by Lindsay George (of Northeast PA Audubon Society) at the Wayne County Public Library, 1406 Main St., 12:30-2pm. Create a "Who's Been Here" book of your own. 570/253-1220 to reserve your spot.
Game Night at The Cooperage, 6-9pm. All kinds of games to play, or bring your own. Game giveaway: Crazy Creatures of Dr. Gloom™ courtesy of Stronghold Games. 570/253-2020.
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.