Play Scrabble at the Wayne County Visitors Center, 303 Commercial St., 2-5pm. Donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. For more information, call Pearl at 272/777-4000.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series presents “The Stourbridge Lion, Part One” presented by Pike County Historian George Fluhr, 5pm. Fluhr is an avid researcher and the author of many books about local history. He has been a leader of the Shohola Railroad & Historical Society for many years. 570/253-3240.
Growing Older Together meeting at the Wayne County Area Agency on Aging, 323 10th St., 3pm. Pat Sanders will present a program of reflections on the subject of ageism based on Ashton Applewhite’s recently published book, “This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism.” All are welcome. 570/352-6792.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series presents “Finding Your Wayne County Roots” presented by Kay Stephenson and Ann O’Hara at the society's main museum, 5pm. 570/253-3240.
The St. Padre Pio prayer group will meet at St. Mary Magdalen Church, 416 Church St., 2pm. Fr. William JP Langan, host pastor and spiritual director, will lead the group in prayer followed by the recitation of the rosary.
Master Gardeners are there every day from noon to 8pm to answer your gardening questions. They also have a wide variety of free informational handouts. Call 570/253-5970 ext 4110 for more information or visit http://exension.psu.edu/wayne/events.
Wayne County Historical Society’s Plain Speaking Summer Series holds “Christy Mathewson: The Honesdale Years” presented by Ab Rutherford, 5pm. The presentations continue each Friday through August 26 at 5pm. 570/253-3240.
Play Scrabble at Wayne County Visitors Center, 303 Commercial St., 2-5pm. Donations to benefit Habitat for Humanity of Wayne County. For more information, call Pearl 272/777-4000.
Weekend of Chamber Music at The Cooperage, 3pm. Suggested donation: $15 advance, $20 door. 570/253-2020.
The Wayne Conservation District is hosting a Food Plot Workshop in partner with Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) at the District, 8am-12noon. Doors open at 7am for registration and breakfast. This workshop will focus on how to establish successful food plots. Registration fee $20. 570/253-0930.