Each one of us has within us a powerful potential for happiness regardless of the circumstances of our lives. Classes are self-contained; drop in any week. Classes held at the Emerson House at the Hotel Fauchere, 403 Broad Street, Tuesdays, 7 – 8:30 PM. Fee: $10 per class.
Owner of J-Angelo Event Planning will be launching his eBook entitled, “Wedding Guide & Tips – Getting Started,” and will be at the Artery Gallery, from 1-4pm. www.j-angelo.com
Tickets and passes are available at the Black Bear Film Festival (BBFF) office (BBFF) office (In Person) @ Pop Up Office, 221 Broad St. Milford, PA 18337 1-5pm. Online @www.blackbearfilmfestival.com. Or visit Upriver Home, 202 Broad St. Milford, PA 18337 and Milford Theatre Box Office, 114 E. Catharine St. Read more
The chairman of the Pike County Commissioners said he was disappointed and insulted that so many federal, state and corporate officials ignored an invitation to a meeting for September 18 that was called to address the Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) plan to cut a 6.1-mile loop around the borough. Read more
Hal Rosenblum's in-depth images from Cuba on display at Highlands Photographic Guild through 11/4, Fri.-Sun. Opening reception: 10/13, 6-9pm. 570/296-2440.
Help identify people & places in James Alfred Myer's recently digitized glass plate negative collection at Pike County Historical Society, 6pm. All welcome. 570/296-8126.
Longtime member's work on display at The ARTery Gallery through 10/8, Fri.-Sun. Wine & cheese reception: 9/29, 2-6pm. 570/409-1234.
"Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007" at Milford Theatre, 6pm. Q&A follows. blackbearfilmfestival.com or 570/409-0909.
First of 5 weekly sessions at Belle Reve, 6-7pm, free. RSVP: 570/296-3400.
Opponents to the 6.1-mile loop pipeline around Milford, which is being pursued by the Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) Company to deliver Marcellus gas to markets in New York and New Jersey, held a demonstration on Saturday, September 15. The protest is the latest in a series of demonstrations by residents and friends of the Cummins Hill Road community, where the pipe line will cut through the area. Read more