Milford Farmers Market at The Grotto, 508 W. Harford St., hosted by non-profit Air Soil Water. Every Sunday 10am-2pm, rain or shine. The market will feature all local, all fresh, nothing industrial. Produce, meats, dairy and more from tri-state farms. Educational and kid friendly.
The Upper Delaware GLBT Center (UDGLBT) presents John DiLeo, author and film historian, at 2pm. This same weekend, May 15th through May 17th the UDGLBT will also be having a free GBLTQ Film weekend. www.udglbt.org.
The Delaware Valley Dance Company presents the ballet "Swan Lake" at the Delaware Valley High School auditorium, two performances at 12 noon and 7pm. For ticket information, call The Dance Center at 845/856-3373. www.thedancecenterpj.com.
Annual perennial plant sale at the Community House, located on Broad and Harford Streets (at the traffic light in town.) This is a rain or shine event. The perennials are grown by members of the club and will come with instructions that suggest the best growing conditions. 570/296-1157.
Pike County Arts and Crafts announces it's First Sunday Artist Demo
with painter Dennis Fanton at 1:30pm in the Foundation Room at the Columns Museum, 608 Broad St. He will demonstrate his technique of painting in oils on top of a pastel wash. Free. Refreshments provided.
The Ann Street School will host an open house at the Milford United Methodist Church, 206 East Ann St., 4-7pm. Open house is an opportunity to meet the teachers and tour the school. 570/296-6124.
The Delaware Valley Choral Society performs "Spring Classics" at Delaware Valley High School, 2:30 pm. Works featured include Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus, Handel's Chandos Anthem No. 4, and Schubert's Mass in A-flat. A full symphony orchestra to accompany chorus. Guest appearance: Dingman Delaware Children's Choir. $15 adults, $10 students.
The Ann Street School will host “Breakfast with the Easter Bunny.” Breakfast of pancakes and sausage. Seating times 9am and 10am. Cost: children $4, adults $5. Pictures with the Easter Bunny. 570/296-6124.
Internationally heralded cellist Yosif Feigelson and organist/conductor Gwendolyn Toth will present a concert at the Church of the Good Shepherd and St. John the Evangelist, 7:30pm. The Mostly Bach program will include organ works, some of the suites for unaccompanied cello, "Wachet Auf," "Pastorale," and music by Pachelbel. Tickets: $45.
Dinner and the award-winning play "For the Benefit of Miss Jennie Gourlay," written and performed by Broadway veteran Billy Hipkins, at the Water Wheel Café. Hipkins draws his inspiration from history and the story of a forgotten young stage actress who witnessed the assassination of President Lincoln. Tickets: $60. 570/296-8126.