Safe Haven hosts the Art of Kindness at The Biondo Investment Advisors Building (The One) on Routes 6 & 209, 6:30-9:00pm. Light fare and refreshments. Tickets: $60, all proceeds benefit Safe Haven of Pike County, Inc. 570/296-2827.
Join the Grey Towers Heritage Association and travel by bus to Simsbury, CT, the birthplace of Gifford Pinchot. The bus leaves at 8am from the lower visitor parking lot at Grey Towers National Historic Site and returns at 8pm. Tickets: $50, includes transportation, lunch and light refreshments and snacks on the return trip. RSVP. 570/296-9630 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Amphion String Quartet at the Milford Theatre, 7:30pm. Tickets: $20 at the door, or $15 in advance. 570/409-1269.
Delaware Valley Elementary School's "Letters to Daddy," presented by DVE-News/TV & The Kid Connection Club, 2pm.
Delaware Valley Elementary School's "Letters to Daddy," presented by DVE-News/TV & The Kid Connection Club, 7pm.
Pike County Arts and Crafts 63rd annual exhibition at the Borough Hall, opening reception 7-10pm. Wine, cheese and live music. Show runs July 17-28.
“Grateful for Spring” opening reception at the ARTery Gallery, 6-9pm. Show runs from May 10-June 3. 570/409-1234.
Pete Seeger, together with R.J. Storm and Old School, will play at the Milford Theatre on Saturday, June 8 at 7 p.m. The concert will benefit the non-profit environmental group Air Soil Water whose mission is dedicated to advancing renewable energy sources through education. Read more
Pike and Wayne counties are literally awash in high quality (HQ) and exceptional value (EV) waters, and a policy being developed by the Department of Environmental Preservation (DEP) is intended to keep it that way. But many local officials have expressed the view that the policy is so restrictive it will kill development. Read more
April was declared Autism Awareness Month at the Pike County Commissioners meeting in Milford on April 3. Jeannemarie Passaro, president of Pike Autism Support Services (PASS), told those at the meeting that the prevalence ratio of the illness is growing. Read more