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World Water Day

World Water Day is a day to celebrate water, a day to make a difference for the members of the global population who suffer from water related issues and a day to prepare for how we manage water in the future.


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Bridge the Gap: Day Paddle

A free paddle down the Delaware! Bring a lunch and a water bottle and dress for the weather. Extra water and snacks will be provided. Choose between a canoe or kayak. Registration begins August 10th – Maximum of 25 spaces.   Phone: 570-828-2319.


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Sierra Club: Lehigh Canal Bike Tour

Ride on the Lehigh Canal Towpath. Meet at Hugh Moore Park parking lot on Lehigh Canal in Glendon, bike the trail to observe how canal is watered through the lock. Work is being done for alternative ways to water this section to possible future dam removal. Visit several sites where water is drained from the canal, and continue onto to where the Lehigh Canal discharges into the Lehigh River at the Easton Dam. Learn how the Easton Canal is watered and inspect the fishway installed in the Easton Dam. Then return to the parking lot.

Level: Easy

Signup Instructions: Please register here.

Bring: Bring your bike and helmet. This is a rain or shine event, so bring raingear if necessary.

River Critters

What lives in our creeks and rivers!? Join Rebecca Lesko from the Endless Mountains Nature Center as she brings the river and its life to the Children’s Library. Youngsters will look for water critters such as hellgrammites and damsel fly larvae. Who knows what else you’ll find.

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River Towns of the Endless Mountains

During this presentation, Rick Hiduk will take audience members on a fascinating journey of the river towns in the Endless Mountains region. Learn how the communities from Tunkhannock to Sayre and in between came into existence and how the Susquehanna River was necessary for their survival, economic reasons and transportation.

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