City Stage presents "A Little Sondheim Music" at the Milford Theatre, 7:30pm. Featuring songs from "A Little Night Music," "Company," "Sweeney Todd," "Into the Woods" and more. $10.
Nick Troiano’s independent, citizen-funded campaign for U.S. House of Representatives will have the Grand Opening of its Pike County office at 10am on the second floor of the Historic Milford Schoolhouse at 201 West Harford Street. The public is welcome to meet the candidate, learn more about the effort and get involved.
Pike County Arts and Crafts First Sunday Art Demo with Alyta Adams, presenting a collage-making demonstration at the Columns Museum, 1:30pm. www.pikecountyartsandcrafts.org.
The Milford Garden Club annual Perennial Plant Sale on the property of 108 West Ann Street & Gooseberry Alley, (behind the Wells Fargo Bank), 9am-1pm. All perennials being sold are donated by members of the club and are grown locally. 570/686-2168.
The Delaware Valley Dance Company will perform "The Sleeping Beauty" at the Delaware Valley High School on Route 6, two performances at 12 noon and 7pm. Tickets in advance $12, $8 for children and seniors. Tickets at the door $14, $10 for children and seniors. 845/856-3373.
Milford Farmer's Market sponsored by Air Soil Water at River Rock Inn Courtyard, 210 Second St. (at Ann St.). Taking place every Sunday 11am-3pm, market will have local farm fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, meats, breads, cheeses, sweets and more. Kid friendly.
The Milford Garden Club will meet at the First Presbyterian Church, on the corner of Broad and Ann Streets, 1pm. Guest speaker is Sheila Salmon and she will discuss ferns. They welcome new members. Visit www.milfordgardenclub.com.
Pike County Commissioners 18th annual Pike County Children's Fishing Derby at Lily Pond, Pike County Park, 8am-12 noon. For children under 16 years of age. No fee, registration held day of event. Prizes awarded by age group. Participants must be accompanied by an adult, Pennsylvania fishing rules apply. 570/296-3569.
Art historian Kerry Dean Carso will demonstrate how John James Audubon’s paintings of birds contributed to the development of American national identity and heightened Americans' appreciation for wildlife, landscape, and the natural environment. At Grey Towers, 5:30pm. Free.
Meet horticulturist Elizabeth Hawke at the Visitor Pavilion at Grey Towers at 11am for a guided tour of native flowering shrubs, the historic Sweet Cherry Tree, the flowering bulbs in the landscape, and a tour of the historic landscape. Reservations suggested. 570/296-9630. Regular tour fees apply.