The Greater Pittston Cultural Coalition is planning its annual River Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, with a rain date of Sunday, at the river front by Cooper’s Seafood House. Activities include Native American dancers, a Christian choral group, hayride to the location of the Knox Mine Disaster, video about the Knox Mine Disaster with picture boards located inside Cooper’s Cabana, colonial artifacts, Coxton artifacts, book signing, a rock and gem demonstration, Civil War reenactments, food booths, face painting and more. There will be a raffle to win a child’s 20” BMX bike donated by Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center, Pittston. At a recent Greater Pittston Cultural Coalition meeting, from left, are Durland H. Siglin, Marie Savokinas, Amy Morris, Joe Savokinas, Pastor Samuel Washington, Alexandra Kokura, John Bartoli, Raymond Savokinas, Frank Ramiza, Trina Moss and Al Pesotine. Also part of the planning committee is Keith Moss, mayor of Duryea.