Speakeasy Scavenger Hunt: 9:30 to 11 p.m., Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation, 15 Day St., East Stroudsburg. Like an escape room, but outside. Enjoy the 2020’s playfully by following clues around downtown East Stroudsburg to find out which local business is actually a speakeasy. 1920s themed outfits welcome. Meets at the Garden in Miller Park. Wear walking shoes. One drink and light refreshments included in ticket price. This activity is geared toward older teens and adults. Those under 21 are welcome, but will be served a non-alcoholic beverage as their drink. Cost: $20 per person. Information: 570-426-1512.
Familiy Yoga: Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation offers this gentle outdoor yoga from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the gazebo in Jay Albertson Park, across Wallace Street from the pond. This is for parents and children to learn and have fun together. For ages 8 and up. Learn to connect movement with breath, integrating mind, body and soul. Three types of sessions: gentle, family and all level yoga. Bring a mat, blanket, and blocks if you have them. We cannot loan out equipment at this time due to sanitation standards. Meets at the gazebo in Jay Albertson Park. We ask our guests to respect each other's safety in accordance with PA COVID-19 guidelines: wear a mask unless medically exempt, and please adhere to social distancing. Information: 570-426-1512.
Wednesday Walk: 4:15 p.m. Wednesdays, Stroud Region Open Space and Recreation, 15 Day St., East Stroudsburg. This interpretive walks provide company, conversation, and nature knowledge. Relax, get some fresh air, and enjoy the views of the season. Free but must register in advance so that we have a head count. Location of walk may change from week to week. Registrants will be emailed with updated location. Information: 570-426-1512.
Bingo: East Stroudsburg Elks Lodge will sponsor Wednesday evening bingo starting June 24 following the CDC guidelines. Limited to first 60 players, 30 downstairs and 30 upstairs. Face masks are required and seating will be 6-feet apart. No outside food or drink. Limited food service will be available. Information: Tom Fisch at 570-903-2916.
Wild Tots: Stroud Regional Open Space and Recreation will offer three sessions of this program. The first will be held at 5:30 p.m. June 25, at Brodhead Creek Park. Adults and ages 2 to 4 will discover all sorts of treasures with guided games, crafts, and adventures outdoors. Take home ideas for games to play together, and a sense of curiosity about local wild. Families are asked to stay and enjoy the adventure with their child. It is recommended to dress in long pants, closed-toed shoes, and clothes that can get muddy. Registration fee: $5 per child per session, or $10 per child for all three. Information: 570-426-1512.