William Bachman will present his famed program detailing the events of the Lattimer Massacre in the Foundation Room of the Columns Museum. A traditional Polish meal will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by the program, dessert/coffee and a Q&A session. Tickets required: $40. Reserve at email@example.com, 570/296-8126.
Safe Haven holds Tour de Pike County “Pedal for a Purpose” cycling event. Pre-ride check-in and late registration from 8-8:45am at Milford Beach. Registration: $30 in advance, $35 day of. 570/828-9591.
Free music, free open house, lectures, guest speakers, food and family fun are planned for the 50-year anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s dedication of Grey Towers National Historic Site. www.greytowers.org.
The Manhattan Symphonie, led by conductor and violinist Gregory Singer, at the Milford Theatre, 7:30pm. Concert is called "Nature in Music." Tickets: $20 at the box office or $15 in advance at http://kindredspiritsarts.org. 570/409-1269.
PCDC Tricky Tray at Delaware Valley High School cafeteria. Doors open 4pm; calling 6pm. Trays, grand prizes, 50/50 raffle. Refreshments available. 570/296-6319.
A free screening of the American family comedy film, "Hoot," at Grey Towers, beginning at dusk (close to 7:30pm). A family activity will begin at 6:30pm. Picnics are encouraged and the film will be shown rain or shine.
Free admission, 10am-4pm, and a re-creation of Gov. Gifford Pinchot’s community ice cream social, 2-4pm, at Grey Towers National Historic Site. 570/296-9630 or www.greytowers.org.
Artful Bears Debut Picnic will be held on the lawn of the Pike County Community House, the Milford branch of the Pike County Public Library, 10am-noon. Debuts the Black Bear Film Festival's bear sculptures.
Book signing party to introduce "Biscuit, Smudge, and The Fisherman," a children's story written by Kevin Maloney and illustrated by Joann Wells Greenbaum, at BlueStone Studio, 6-9pm. Refreshments served. 570/409-4500.