Free concert in Honesdale's Central Park, 5pm. Bands, games, vendors and fireworks. Rain location Episcopal Parish Hall. 570/253-3855.
Learn hometown history on a Kids Walking and Discovery Tour of Honesdale. Start at Wayne County Historical Society, Main St., 10:30am. Cost: $5, the child will receive a one-year membership to the Wayne County Historical Society. A responsible adult must be with the child. Call to sign up: 570/251-7741.
Mike Jung will host an acoustic-style Open Mic Night at The Cooperage Project, 7-10pm. The board fills up quickly, so come early to sign-up. This is a donation based event and contributions are appreciated. BYOB. www.thecooperageproject.org.
Family Game Night at the Cooperage, 6-9pm. All kinds of games to play: board games, card games, brain games. Bring your own. Donations greatly appreciated. Snacks available for purchase. Visit www.thecooperageproject.org.
Heavenly Healers Cooperative free energy clinic at the Stoneworks Learning Center, 1036 rear Main St., 2-5pm. Receive a free mini healing session in Reiki, massage, reflexology or Akashic reading.
Edward Howell, Wayne County Coroner, will present a program on forensic science and medicolegal death investigations: an introduction to a coroner's quest for truth, at the library in Honesdale, 5:30pm. 570/253-1220 to register.
Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a handbag sale from 7am-4pm in Conference Room 3 on the hospital’s second floor. Name-brand summer handbags will be offered at discount prices. Proceeds benefit the hospital.
RiverFolk Concerts welcomes back Acoustic Eidolon to The Cooperage, 7:30pm. Joe Scott plays an instrument of his own design called a double-necked guitjo, and Hannah Alkire plays cello. 845/252-6783.
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Bethel School open house, 1-4pm. Special presentation at 2pm with author Lindsay Barrett George. Bethel School is located near the "Poor Farm" on Bethel School Road off Route 652. Come and learn what education was like in days gone by. Light refreshments served. 570/253-3240.