Milford's 7th annual Share The Harvest party will be held at The River Rock Inn to benefit the Ecumenical Food Pantry. 15 area food purveyors provide the food and local businesses the prizes. $30/guest or 2 for $50. Reserved tables (for 8) available for $200. Tickets are available at 120 E Harford St. 570/296-5662.
MILFORD—Artist/sculptors unveil their "Artful Bears," one of many events leading up to the annual Black Bear Film Festival, on Sat., Aug. 16, 10AM-2PM at the Milford Community House, 201 Broad St. Refreshments served.
MILFORD—Local GLBT youth artists and their allies exhibit their art work in show titled Expressions at the Upper Delaware GLBT Center, 201 W. Hartford St. Opening reception, Sat., Aug. 23. www.facebook.com/UPGLBTExpressions or 570/851-3830.
The Milford Garden Club August meeting at The First Presbyterian Church, on the corners of Broad and Ann Streets, 1pm. Chris Leskosky will present a design program in preparation of our upcoming Flower Show August 22-23. See the beauty of flower arranging. All new members are welcome to join. 570/686-1043.
Come meet Nick Troiano, independent candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives from PA-10 at the Milford Diner, 11am-1pm as he travels the district in a 1981 DeLorean as part of his "Back to the Future" tour.
Seven magnificent gardens. Tour starts at Remembrance Place, West Ann Street & Elderberry. Pre-event tickets $15 at Artisan Exchange, 219 Broad St., or TLC Salon, 801 Broad St. both in Milford. Or send check to Milford Garden Club, PO Box 764, Milford. Get ticket before July 3 or price day of tour is $20. 570/296-8120.
Halloween dramatic reading, “A Night With Poe” at Grey Towers, 6om and 8pm. 570/296–9625.
Brilliant red, yellow, and orange leaves are expected to be ablaze for this landscape tour. Meet horticulturist Elizabeth Hawke at the Visitor Pavilion to view the fabulous foliage displays of the native shrubs, Japanese maples, historic sugar maple planted by General William T. Sherman, and the historic landscape. Regular tour fees apply.
Special fee-free day to thank the community at Grey Towers. Self-guided mansion tours, music, children’s programs, films and exhibits. Help celebrate Smokey Bear’s 70th birthday. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the amphitheatre lawn. Rain or shine.
This free plein air painting program is open to the public and is noninstructional at Grey Towers. You can either join the artists or observe them at work in the fields and forests for these outdoor painting and sketching sessions. Bring your own materials and a picnic lunch. No reservations needed.