Students from the Feigleson Institute for Strings perform at First Presbyterian Church, 5pm. 570/296-7429.
FERC approves pipeline loop around Milford;indignation is expressed toward NPS superintendent Donahue
There were a lot of angry, concerned people who gathered at the meeting of the Pike County Commissioners on June 6. At issue was the recent approval by the Federal Energy Regulation Commission (FERC) to allow the Tennessee Pipeline Company (TPC) to construct a 6.5-mile loop around Milford in order to avoid the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area (DWGNRA), a nearly 70,000-acre expanse along the Delaware River that is operated by the National Park Service (NPS). Read more
Have your items assessed by local volunteer antiquers & collectors at Pike County Historical Society Museum, 1-4pm, $5. 570/296-8126.
Safe Haven victim awareness 5k run/walk at Veterans Memorial Park, registration 8am, race 9am. RSVP: raceforum.com/safehaven5k or 845/649-6849.
All artistic levels welcome at Milford Borough Hall, 2-4pm, $55 incl. materials. Four 2-hour sessions & advanced sessions through 8/23. RSVP: 570/775-6611.
Pike County needs to expand its old courthouse with an addition. Meanwhile, during construction, it will need an additional place to house judicial offices. Read more
Performance by The Delaware Valley Dance Co. at Delaware Valley High School, noon & 7pm, advance tickets: adults $12, children/seniors $8; at door: adults $14, children/seniors $10. 845/856-3373.
Delaware Valley High School, doors open 2pm, calling 4pm, $4 incl. 1 sheet of tickets. Hosted by Pike County Advanced Life Support. 570/828-4282.
Speaker John A. Miller at Hotel Fauchere (Delmonico Room), meeting 6:15pm, dinner 7pm, $50. RSVP: 570/296-8126.
City Lights opens at Milford Theatre, 8pm, free. facebook.com/tcstage.