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May
23rd
All Day

World Turtle Day

The purpose of World Turtle Day is to bring attention to, and increase knowledge of and respect for, turtles and turtle daytortoises, and encourage human action to help them survive and thrive.

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Introduction to Snowshoeing Opportunities

Join park staff for a learn-to-snowshoe program! Learn the parts of a snowshoe, how they work, and go on a short snowshoe hike. Participants should dress in waterproof shoes, layers, and avoid cotton like blue jeans or sweatpants. If there is less than 6” of snow, there will be a short hike instead.

Registration required. Call 570-403-2006 or click here.

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Maple Sugaring & Pancakes

Learn how to tap your tree and turn the sap into syrup in this hands-on program.   There will be a demonstration on necessary equipment, you’ll be shown how to tap trees, and sample some syrup on homemade pancakes.

$8.00/Adult $4.00/Child

Get more details and register here.

Project Feeder Watch

A winter-long survey of birds that visit feeders in North America. Identify species, count birds and send data to FeederWatch to help scientists track winter bird populations, distribution and abundance. Anyone interested in birds can participate. Learn, share your knowledge or enjoy the company of other birders.

Learn more and register here.

South Side Winter Farmers Market

Featuring organic produce, pasture raised pork, chicken, beef and eggs, artisan cheese, fresh bread & baked goods, raw honey and canned artisan foods, coffee, plants and more!

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Cross Country Skiing

Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons.  Learn the basics of cross country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop.  You decide how many loops to ski. Skis, poles & boots provided – register w/shoe size to guarantee a spot.   Phone: 570-828-2319

$20 adult / $10 child

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Nature Discovery Classroom Self-Guided Learning Stations

Stop by anytime to check out the family friendly self-guided learning stations set up around the classroom. Explore at your own pace and make a craft to take home. No registration necessary.

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Bridge the Gap: Intro to Snowshoeing

Learn the basics of snow shoes and enjoy a winter walk along the McDade Trail.  No experience necessary – equipment provided and you will learn everything you need to know. Register early to reserve a pair of snowshoes & guarantee a spot.   Phone: 570-828-2319

Free

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