Film: "Green Fire: Aldo Leopold & a Land Ethic for Our Time," 12noon & 3pm, free; talk: Leopold biographer Curt Meine & US Forest Service filmmakers Steve & Ann Dunksy share thoughts about how Leopold's work influences conservation of natural resources, 1:30pm; walk: short hike to recreated campsite at Grey Towers, 2:30pm. 570/296-9630.
Walk the Grey Towers landscape, 1:30pm, fee applies; film "Triangle Fire" about Cornelia Pinchot's activism, 3pm, free; film "Cornelia Pinchot: All in a Day's Work," 4:30pm, free.570/296-9630.
Selected works of Edgar Allen Poe read at Grey Towers, 6pm, $20. greytowers.org or 570/296-9625.
Red carpet gala at Tom Quick Inn, 6:30pm, casual cocktail attire. Film follows at Milford Theatre, 9pm. Gold passes $200; gala tickets $60; individual films $20 opening night; all others $10 advance, $12 door. Sat. morning children's movie $5 advance, $7 door. blackbearfilm.com.
Delaware Valley administration bldg., 9:30am.
American Legion, 10am-2pm.
American Legion, 9am-4pm.
Pike County Library, 10am-3pm. 570/296-8211.
Pennstar Bank, 8am-1pm, $10/car. Acceptable items: monitors, printers, keyboards, VCRs, batteries, terminals, cables, radios, fax machines, CRT’s, modems, telephones, TVs, CPU’s, copiers, typewriters & stereos. Businesses, gov't agencies & schools must pre-register: 845/858-8809. Animals for adoption from Pike County Humane Society.
Learn about the Pinchot family's contributions to the area. Meet on Pike County Library lawn, 1:30pm, rain or shine, adults $6, seniors $5, students $3, under 12 free. RSVP: 570/296-9630.