Opening reception of Frank Zimmermann’s “Tri-State Photos, Dingmans to New York City,” at The Highlands Photographic Guild, 6-9pm. The exhibit will be on display through August4. Visit www.highlandsphotoguild.com, or call 570/296-2440.
Milford Music in the Park, a free summer concert, at the Ann Street Park, 1-4pm. Performers include the Scott Weis Band (rock/blues/soul) and The Juicy Grapes (rock/soul/groove/jam band).
"Llearn about Llamas" will be the theme of an Open Barn Day at
Foster Hill Farm, home of Snyder Quality Llamas, 1-5pm. There will be tours on the hour of the various barns and pastures that nearly 60 llamas call home. 570/296-6249.
9th annual Zane Grey Festival, 10am-4pm. Come to the Zane Grey Museum for music, exhibits, food, and family fun. Free. 570/685-4871.
Historical interpreter Ruth Randone speaks about the Shohola Civil War train wreck of 1864 at The Columns Museum, 7pm. Randone will perform a costumed account, followed by a Q&A session and a wine and cheese reception. Donation: $10. RSVP: 570/296-8126.
The Milford Garden Club’s 21st annual Secret Garden Tour, 10am-4pm. Pre-event tickets: $15. On the day of the tour, tickets can be purchased for $20 from 9am-2pm at the Milford Community House and Library. 570/296-6345.
A unique hike that will showcase the forests, geology and history of the Sawkill Gorge at Grey Towers National Historic Site. Reservations are required and group size is limited for this free, public hike. 570/296-9630.
Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. holds 2nd annual Purse-A-Palooza and Art Sale at Haven’s Treasures, 11am-3pm. Many gently used, high quality, designer purses that have been donated will be for sale. 570/296-2827.
Women Who Rock to rock the park for the next Music in the Park summer concert series in Ann Street Park, 1-4pm. Featuring Heather Maloney Band, Regina Sayles and Amy Rose Dewland. Visit www.facebook.com/gazebomusic.
Pike County officials are hoping that new legislation proposed in Harrisburg will divert “a lot of expense” for homeowners who would have to modify waterfront on-lot sewage systems under new PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) policy. Read more