Eagle watching bus trip, 9am-12pm. Space is very limited; reservations are required. Call Bob at 570/676-9969 or email email@example.com for reservations and information. Fee: $15 for members, $20 for non-members.
Eagle bus trip, 9am-12pm. Space is very limited; reservations are required. Call the Conservancy at 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Fee: $15 for members, $20 for non-members.
Help the Delaware Highlands Conservancy get the Winter Field Office ready for eagle-watching season. Send an email to email@example.com to learn more and sign up to help.
Meeting of the Bernt Balchen Lodge #3-566, Sons of Norway, at the Central Firehouse, 574 Westcolang Road (near Woodloch Pines), 2pm. Hallowe'en Party, prizes for those who wish to wear costumes. Desserts, coffee and tea. 570/226-4007.
Resident Kelly Magee brought an issue of prompt ambulance response before township supervisors on September 16. Read more
A Honesdale woman who failed to dim her bright lights to oncoming traffic was stopped, searched and eventually sentenced to up to six years in state prison. The sentence was handed down on September 9 in Pike County. When Jessica Cargill was initially stopped in Lackawaxen Township, officers became suspicious of her and a passenger and looked through the vehicle. They discovered a locked safe in the trunk of the car. The state troopers obtained a search warrant, opened the safe and discovered 430 bags of heroin valued at $8,600. Read more
A lengthy project came to a successful conclusion on August 19, when the township supervisors gave final approval to Ordinance 97, which updated several areas of Lackawaxen’s zoning ordinance. Read more
The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking volunteers to help spruce up the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreation River. Read more
Mike Mancino’s plan for a commercial stable is awaiting the completion of the township’s amendment of its zoning ordinance. Lackawaxen is resolving several zoning issues in an amendment. Read more
Laura E. J. Moran presents "Literary Instincts: Where Nature and Poetry Meet" at the Zane Grey Museum, 2-4pm. Laura E. J. Moran conjures Whitman, Thoreau, Dickinson, Berry, Solnit, Toomer and other American authors for insight as we explore the banks of the Delaware River for answers. Free.