The Highlands Photo Guild opening reception for “Peace on Earth,” 6-9pm during Milford’s Art After Dark. The exhibit will be displayed through January 6. highlandsphotoguild.com or 570/296-2440.
The Pike County Humane Society is offering low-cost rabies and other vaccines, tests and microchipping for PA, NY and NJ dogs and cats priced from $10 to $28. 10am-3pm at Dingmans Township Municipal Bldg. 570/296-7654.
PCDC Craft Store holiday open house at The Pike County Developmental Center, noon-2pm. Complimentary tea, coffee and desserts will be served. All proceeds benefit adults with disabilities. 570/296-6319.
The group will meet for 3 consecutive Thursdays at Belle Reeve, 6-7pm. Pre-registration is required. Nicotine patches available while supplies last. 570/296-3400.
Authentic Christmas Tea at the Church of the Good Shepherd and St. John the Evangelist, 10am-3pm. Three courses and a wide variety of teas. 570/296-8123.
Annual tree lighting on the grounds of the Community House and Library, 5pm. milfordpa.us.
Tri-State Actors Theater presents The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris at the Foundation Room of the PCHS. 8pm. Tickets $25 advance, $30 at door. Call 973/383-0510 or 570/296-8126.
Two fitness plans are offered: 6 weeks for $40 or 12 weeks for $80. Call Penn State Extension at 570-296-3400 and register for the afternoon information session at 2:00 – 2:30 PM or the evening session at 6:00 – 6:30 PM. 515 Broad St. Space is limited.
The Ann Street School will be hosting Story Time with Mrs. Claus. Hear a special story from Mrs. Claus, make a holiday craft, eat yummy treats, and even have a chance for your child to have a picture taken with Mrs. Claus! 206 East Ann Street, Milford, PA at 10am. $5.00 per child. Contact (570) 296-6124.
In a twist of irony, Hurricane Sandy was not kind to the trees at the former home of the founder and first chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot. At Grey Towers National Historic Site in Milford, high winds took out more than 100 trees, mostly white pines and hemlocks on the west and north side of the mansion. No trees damaged the mansion or outbuildings, but more than 1,000 feet of protective deer fencing was demolished by the falling trees. Read more