With a new building finally finished and ready for occupancy, the Pike County Public Library (PCLP) will be moving into a new phase of expansion, according to its director. Read more
William Bachman will present his famed program detailing the events of the Lattimer Massacre in the Foundation Room of the Columns Museum. A traditional Polish meal will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by the program, dessert/coffee and a Q&A session. Tickets required: $40. Reserve at email@example.com, 570/296-8126.
Safe Haven holds Tour de Pike County “Pedal for a Purpose” cycling event. Pre-ride check-in and late registration from 8-8:45am at Milford Beach. Registration: $30 in advance, $35 day of. 570/828-9591.
Free music, free open house, lectures, guest speakers, food and family fun are planned for the 50-year anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s dedication of Grey Towers National Historic Site. www.greytowers.org.
The Manhattan Symphonie, led by conductor and violinist Gregory Singer, at the Milford Theatre, 7:30pm. Concert is called "Nature in Music." Tickets: $20 at the box office or $15 in advance at http://kindredspiritsarts.org. 570/409-1269.
PCDC Tricky Tray at Delaware Valley High School cafeteria. Doors open 4pm; calling 6pm. Trays, grand prizes, 50/50 raffle. Refreshments available. 570/296-6319.
A free screening of the American family comedy film, "Hoot," at Grey Towers, beginning at dusk (close to 7:30pm). A family activity will begin at 6:30pm. Picnics are encouraged and the film will be shown rain or shine.
Free admission, 10am-4pm, and a re-creation of Gov. Gifford Pinchot’s community ice cream social, 2-4pm, at Grey Towers National Historic Site. 570/296-9630 or www.greytowers.org.
Artful Bears Debut Picnic will be held on the lawn of the Pike County Community House, the Milford branch of the Pike County Public Library, 10am-noon. Debuts the Black Bear Film Festival's bear sculptures.