“Do You Think You Can Dance?” at the Monticello High School Arnold Packer Hughs Auditorium, 7pm. This event is a student choreography competition and dance showcase, which allows contestants to show off their creative abilities. Tickets: $5 adults, $3 students.
The Sullivan County Philatelic Society 43rd annual stamp show at the Ted Stroebele Recreation center, 2 Jefferson St., 10am-4pm. The theme is Honoring Our Veterans. 845/794-2586.
The Sullivan County Human Rights Commission will host a Tenant's Rights Forum at the Ted Stroebel Center, 6-8pm. Senior Staff Attorney Jaime Samarel and Monticello Housing Authority Coordinator Judy Kehrley will explain your rights and responsibilities as a tenant, and the process for Section 8 Housing. All are welcome. 845/807-0189.
Six Hour Defensive Driving/Insurance Reduction Class at Monticello United Methodist Church, 445 Broadway, 9am. $45 at door, $40 in advance. Call 845/468-0125 or visit www.bethelsafety.com for more information or to register.
The Monticello Elks Lodge holds a French toast breakfast featuring the Old Homestead Restaurant's cinnamon bread, 7-11am. Also serving full breakfast. Cost: $8, under 12 $4. 845/794-1544.
Senior Safety Day at Ted Stroebel Recreation Center, 8:30am-1pm. Presented by Sullivan County TRIAD, a collaboration with a continued effort to prevent elder abuse and maintain the quality and integrity of senior life. Register, 845/292-6180.
Bernie Shore Memorial roast beef dinner at Monticello Elks Lodge, 46 North St., 5-7pm. Dinner is sponsored by the Monticello Kiwanis Club and prepared by Jay Shore. Cost: $10/person. Eat in or take out. 845/807-6332.
Temple Sholom of Monticello will host a potluck Shabbat dinner, 5:30pm. Bring a dairy dish to share. A brief Shabbat service will follow the dinner at the Temple. 845/557-9977.
Thunder 102 and Schmidt’s Rentals will host an evening with Bucky Covington at Monticello Casino & Raceway. Covington was an "American Idol" finalist in season 5 and the 2011 ThunderBash Headliner. Meet and greet in HYPE at 7:30pm, and then acoustic performance at 9:15pm. 18 and older. Ticket: bring a new unwrapped toy.
Meeting of Long Term Care Council in the Legislative Committee Room at the Government Center, 100 North St., 3-4:30pm. Open to the public. 845/807-0257.