Weekend of Chamber Music will perform a mid-summer recital at The Cooperate, 1030 Main St., at 8pm. Andrew Waggoner, violin, Caroline Stinson, Cello. Music by Couperin, Ravel, Leclair and Weesner. Doors open 7:30pm.Suggested donation: $15 advance, $20 door. Reservations at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570/253-2020.
Wayne County Historical Society's Plain Speaking Summer Series presents the Kehagias Family "Life in the Mid-1700's", 5pm. This program is child-friendly, and includes music and costumes from the mid-1700's. Listen to violins and singing and learn what life was like 250 years ago. Free and open to the public. 570/253-3240.
The New Vintage Ensemble will perform "The Fourth Wall" at The Cooperage, 8pm, Sunday at 3pm. Directed by Kimmie Leff and written by A.R Gurney. Main character Peggy in searching for connection, drastically redecorates her living room to resemble that of a stage set. Free, donations collected. 570/253-2020.
Wayne County Historical Society presents the 2016 Secret Gardenscape Tour, 10am and 4pm, rain or shine. Showcasing gardens and landscapes in Lake, Salem, Sterling and Dreher townships. Tickets sold at historical society, 810 Main St., and Countryside Floral & Greenhouse, 129 Mt. Cobb Hwy., Lake Ariel. Cost: $20. 570/253-3240.
The Women's Club of Honesdale presents the 54th annual Wayne County Arts and Antiques Show and Sale at Wayne Highlands Middle School, 10am-5pm (11am-4pm on Sunday). Featuring 50+ dealers, local artists, on-site restoration specialists, appraisals. Consignment sale, refreshments. Admission $6.
The Wayne County Genealogy Group meeting at the Wayne County Historical Society, 4:30pm. Will feature a report by Ken Parks on the recent Ontario Genealogical Conference, followed by continued discussion of vital records. Email email@example.com or call 570/253-3240.
Coffee House presented by The Cooperage Project at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., 7-10pm, doors at 6:30. Local bands featured: Black Sage Project, J.P. Williams Blues Band, Tony Maddi, Dead Tracks. Locally sourced coffee and treats available for purchase. Donations collected at the door.
A Contra Dance at The Cooperage, 1030 Main St., 7:30-10pm, beginners lesson at 7:15pm. Suggested donation: $10, kids under 15 free.
DIY: Fishing! led by Evan Padua of Sweetwater Guide Services presented by The Cooperage Project, 7-9pm. Suggested donation $10. Registration encouraged. Call 570/253-2020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cooperage Project will host Romping Radishes, a healthy living class for kids, at the Main Street Farmers' Market, 4-5pm. This monthly workshop will take place inside The Cooperage on the first Wednesday of every month through October. This month’s topic is: Farmers' Market Tour and Taste Test.