The melting snow and spring rains have raised the water level. Join PEEC and travel to some truly magnificent waterfalls, 1-3pm. Dress in warm layers, wear sturdy footwear, and bring a camera. $12. Call to reserve a seat in the van. 570/828-2319.
Bus trip to "New York City on your own." See a show, go shopping, go to lunch. The Hawley Women's Club bus trips raise funds for scholarships for graduating WAHS seniors and donations to local charities. 570/226-6588.
The Outdoor Enthusiasts’ Film Series hosted by Morgan Outdoors and the Livingston Manor Library will show the final film in the series, "My Life as a Turkey," at Morgan Outdoors, 6:30pm. RSVP: 845/439 5507.
Hawley, PA invites you to join in the celebration of love for planet Earth. Local businesses and conservation organizations will be offering programs, activities, and events for a weekend of celebrating, learning, and exploring. www.hawleyearthfest.com.
Robbie Mulberger from the Blooming Grove Hunting and Fishing Club's Trout Hatchery will give a presentation on trout and their life-cycle, including how trout are grown in the hatchery, at the Lackawaxen Inn, 7pm. Stream enhancement and habitat will also be discussed. Free. Food/beverage is on your own. 570/226-3865.
Grey Towers Heritage Association’s second annual Grey Towers Heritage 8k Run/Walk. Registration begins 8am, race begins 9am. All proceeds go toward free public programs at Grey Towers National Historic Site. www.greytowers.org/race, 570/296-9625.
New York State official Maple Weekend at Justus Asthalter Maple Syrup Inc., 10am-3pm. This free outdoor event invites the public to see how pure New York maple is made on this fourth generation maple farm. See how trees are tapped, sap is boiled, and have a taste. 845/292-8569.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy for a 2-hour guided hike on the Tusten Mountain Trail and learn about the ecology and history of the area. Remember to wear hiking shoes, comfortable clothes, and to bring water. Registration is required. Visit www.delawarehighlands.org/newsevents to learn more and register.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy at our Bethel, NY office for a walk on woodland trails on the 119-acre protected property and learn how to identify common trees and forest plants in the Upper Delaware River region. Free and open to the public, registration required. Visit www.delawarehighlands.org/newsevents to register.
Join the Delaware Highlands Conservancy and naturalist Ed Wesely to learn about the monarch butterfly life cycle and threats to its habitat, and help to tag early migrants before their long flight south to Mexico. Free and open to the public, registration required. Visit www.delawarehighlands.org/newsevents to learn more.