The Korinya Ukrainian Folk Band and dancers from the KAZKA Ukrainian Folk Ensemble will perform at the Milford Theatre, 7:30pm. Tickets cost $20 at the door, $15 if bought in advance. Produced by the nonprofit Kindred Spirits Arts Programs. www.kindredspiritsarts.org.
5K run/walk around the lake in Gold Key, 9am. Fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project and the community swim team, the Gold Key Gators. Register online https://raceroster.com/events/2015/5786/gold-key-5k. Registration on race day at 8am for $25.
St. Joseph’s tricky tray at Delaware Valley Elementary School, 232 Rt 6 & 209. Doors open at 11:30am, "rapid" calling will start at 2pm. Over 200 trays and calling should be done around 3pm. 570/491-9074.
Art After Dark reception at The Artery Gallery, 6-9pm. August Exhibit entitled "Into..." features the ceramic art of David Greenbaum and mixed media printmaking of Carol M. Mainardi. On display until September 7.
Pike County Arts and Crafts holds First Sunday Artist Demo with printmaker Carol Mainardi in the Foundation Room at the Columns Museum, 608 Broad St., 1:30pm. The public is invited to this free event and refreshments will be provided by the membership.
The Milford Garden Club annual Secret Garden Tour. The gardens on the tour differ in style and concept and offer a diversity of gardening approaches. Locations of the gardens are a secret until the day of the tour. Tickets in advance $15 before July 11, after $20. Held rain or shine. 570/686-1043.
"A Guide to Waterfalls of the Upper Delaware River" will make its debut at a book signing at the ARTery Gallery, 1-4pm. A project of authors and artists Marie Liu and Dawn Benko, the book provides detailed information about 12 waterfall destinations around Pike and Sussex counties along with the images that they have created of those waterfalls.
Institute for Strings based in Milford, PA and Sugar Loaf, NY presents a semi-annual concert of violin, cello and piano students at First Presbyterian Church on Broad St., 5pm. Free admission. 570/296-7429.
The Milford Garden Club will hold a meeting at the First Presbyterian Church of Milford, 1pm. The topic is "Biodynamic Compost Preparations." Dr. Basil Williams will present a program about creating the best possible form/ratio of herbs/materials in the plant kingdom for use in soil compost preparation.
City Stage celebrates "Broadway" at the Historic Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catherine St., 7:30pm. Featuring songs from "Chicago," "Cabaret," "Curtains" and more. Reception with the cast following the show. General admission: $10. Tickets available at the door. www.facebook.com/tcstage.