Affordable things to do in the Pocono region this weekend

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Tapas, Tunes and Toasts — Plan ahead for this June 30 event at The Cooperage Project in Honesdale. Enjoy a tapas menu from The Anthill Farm Kitchen, locally made beer, wine and live music from The Crackers. Tickets for the 6 to 8 p.m. event are $25 and proceeds benefit Lacawac Sanctuary programs for students. To purchase tickets, call 570-689-9494 or visit

Milford Music Festival — Enjoy a weekend of outdoor live music during the annual music fest that fills the streets of Milford. The free event is geared to attract visitors to the area and invite them to listen to music and explore the town. The event runs from June 24 to 26. Throughout the weekend, listen to more than 25 acts as they perform in various business throughout town. Most shows are free. For a full list of acts, visit

Pocono Bluegrass Festival — This weekend enjoy some bluegrass music during a three-day festival. Camping is permitted, showers and bathrooms are on site. Listen to a variety of bluegrass bands including Scott Eager & High Lonesome Sound, Travis Wetzel and Friends, The Blades of Grass and more. Greene-Dreher-Sterling Fairgrounds in Newfoundland, open 10 a.m. Friday and shut down around 4 p.m. Sunday. For ticket prices and camping options, visit

Wine and Food Festival — More than 30 wineries will take part in the 26th Annual Great Tastes of Pennsylvania at Split Rock Resort in Lake Harmony. The event is from noon to 8 p.m. June 25 and 26. General admission is $30 and includes a wine glass and wine tastings from the different wineries. Food options are available and live music will be performed throughout the event.