Hosted by Milford Garden Club at First Presbyterian Church, 2-5pm. Amateur designers/growers eligible to enter. Theme: Dr. Seuss. 570/775-6317 or 296-5891.
Learn practical methods to reduce the power of delusions to experience emotional freedom at Emerson House, Hotel Fauchere, 7-8:30pm, $10 adults, $5 seniors/students. kadampanewyork.org or 845/856-9000.
The Friends of the Pike County Public Library, Mary Quilici, left, Joan Gerland, library director Ellen Schaffner, Gayle Schuster and Pat Cochran, are committed to raising several thousand dollars to complete the funding necessary to construct and open a new library that will be built in Milford. The money they raise will provide necessary equipment like tables, chairs and other items. Read more
Works by Marie Liu & Linda Barboni on display at The ARTery Gallery through 9/12. 570/409-1234.
Black Walnut Inn, 2pm, $10 adults, age 12 & under free. ring blanket/lawn chair. 570/296-6322.
Native American photos on display at Highlands Photo Gallery, 6-9pm. 570/296-2440.
Required paperwork for Strong Women/Strong Men programs beginning 9/13 in Milford & 9/12 at Paupack United Methodist Church at Penn State Ext. office, 4:30pm. extension.psu.edu/pike or 570/296-3400.
The Tom Quick Inn has seen its ups and downs in recent years, opening and closing a little too often. But that’s all going to stop, according to George Lutfy, the son of Pam and Dick Lutfy, who ran the inn for 28 years. Read more
Pam Lutfy, a Republican who pulled a surprise act in this past primary election by winning enough Democrat write-in votes to appear on the Democratic line in the general election on November 8, is being investigated by the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) about how she achieved that success. Read more
Talk on conservation management options for your woodlot at Grey Towers, 12noon-2pm, free. Public welcome. RSVP: 570/656-6672.