Christmas Craft and Bake Sale at The Milford United Methodist Church, 9:30am-3pm. Handmade gifts include ladder lace necklaces, quilted place mats, table runners and wall hangings, country candles, ornaments, gifts “for the birds,” hand-knitted scarves, hats, fingerless mittens, fleece blankets, dog beds, stocking stuffers and more.
The Delaware Valley Dance Company puts on a production of “The Nutcracker” at the Delaware Valley High School auditorium at 12 noon and 7pm. Tickets in advance: $12 for adults, $8 for seniors and children. Tickets at the door: $14 for adults, $10 for seniors and children. 845/856-3373.
The Pike County Developmental Center (PCDC) Craft Store Holiday Open House at the PCDC Craft Store, 107 West Ann St. Hand-crafted gifts for all occasions. Complimentary tea, coffee and desserts will be served. All proceeds benefit adults with disabilities. 570/296-6319.
Tricky Tray Sponsored by St. Joseph's Church held at Delaware Valley Elementary School Gym, 252 Routes 6 and 209. Admission $5 includes sheet of tickets. Children welcome. Handicapped accessible. Rapid calling. Baskets, gift certificates, grand prize too. Concession will be open. 570/491-9074.
Ann Street School spaghetti dinner at the Milford United Methodist Church, 5:30pm and 7pm seating. Adults $8, children $5. Reservations are preferred. 570/296–6124.
The Delaware Valley Choral Society's concert at United Methodist Church, 204 East Ann St., 2:30pm. Will feature familiar carols arranged for English hand bells, brass, and organ in addition to major works by Daniel Pinkham (Christmas Cantata) and John Rutter (Gloria). Tickets: adults $15, students $10. 845/856-5696.
PCCD/USGS Baseline Groundwater Drinking Well Assessment (2012 -2013) presented by The Twin Walker Creeks Watershed Conservancy at the Pike County Public Library, 10:30am. Pike County Conservation District’s Vincent Cordova will discuss an assessment of the water found in wells throughout Pike County. Email email@example.com.
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People who know sniper suspect Eric Matthew Frein “weren’t shocked,” when interviewed by police investigating the Sept. 12 shooting of two Pennsylvania State Police troopers, PSP spokesman, Trooper Tom Kelly reported Wednesday. Frein was said to have posted comments revealing his hatred of police on his Facebook page. Read more
The Pike County Public Library will hold a lawn sale at its Milford branch located at 119 East Harford St., 9am-4pm. Arrive early for the best selection. 570/296-8211.