Summer Program at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 393 Broadway, 7:30pm. John Conway, Sullivan County Historian, presents "Unsolved Mysteries of Sullivan County." 845/794-4660.
Great Books Discussion at the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library, 6pm. Discuss "The Bear Came Over the Mountain," a short story by Alice Munro. Copies of the short story are available at the library. New members always welcome. 845/794-4660.
Damascus Township Historical Society 2014 speaker series, 7pm. Ann O'Hara will present a program "Rafting on the Delaware," sharing her insights of the men and industry that contributed to the development of our township and the towns and cities further downstream.
What does Grey Towers and the base of the Statue of Liberty have in common? Join us on this guided walk around the mansion to find out, 5:30pm. Learn about interesting architectural features and the history behind the design of the 1886 mansion. Regular tour fees apply; pre-register at 570/296-9630.
Temple Sholom Weekly Kabbalah Discussion Group, 12:15-1:30pm. Based on the book "Thirteen Petalled Rose" by Adin Steinsaltz. Free for Temple members. $25 fee for nonmembers covers all summer classes. Preceded by Jewish meditation at 11:30am. Followed by Jewish Film Festival at 1:30pm, free to all. Donations gratefully accepted.
Summer study group at Temple Sholom. Based on the book "A Spiritual Travel Guide to the World of God Part II: God Questions" by Rabbi Michele Medwin. Preceded by Morning Blessings at 11:30am. Nonmember registration fee of $25 covers all summer classes. Followed by Jewish Film Festival at 1:30pm.
A free program, "Unearthing History's Mysteries," at the Equinunk Historical Society by Nils Floden and Ed Greene, 1pm. The friends will describe significant finds resulting from their favorite activity, metal detecting. 570/224-6722.
Sharon Paige will explore the topic, Altruism: What Goes Around Comes Around at the Berlin Township Community Center, 10:15am. The talk, inspired by Adam Grant’s book Give and Take, examines whether the decision to give can be purely altruistic or whether it is always ultimately selfish.
Equinunk Historical Society board member Richard Stowe's unique hobby will interest game players of all ages. He will present a free program on the popular games of the 1960s and 70s in the museum annex at 1972 Pine Mill Rd., 1pm. 570/224-6722.
June’s Science on Tap is on the science of the Pocono Mountains at PPL Environmental Learning Center. Have you ever wondered how the Pocono Mountains were formed? Dr. Frank Pazzaglia, a professor of Geology at Lehigh University, will share his knowledge about the geology of the region.