Eagle Tour with the NEPA Audubon Society, Lackawaxen Field Office, 10am-1pm. $13 per person. Reservations required: email@example.com or 570/676-9969.
Lackawaxen field office, 10am-1pm. This eagle trip focuses on the impacts of climate change on regional wildlife, including eagles and their habitat. Reservations required: $12.50 per person. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 570/226-3164 or 845/583-1010 to register.
The Summit Restaurant at Masthope Mountain- Tickets Limited to 100, 7pm. 570/685-5432, 570/685-2633
Waters entering the Lackawaxen and Delaware rivers just below the Lackawaxen Township Fire Hall will be cleaner thanks to the efforts of the senior citizens who meet there for meals and social activities. Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) watershed specialist Lori Colgan has been providing educational programs related to water quality issues for the seniors. The group identified a clogged road pipe as the source of water contamination from stormwater runoff. Read more
Thirty-one miles of the Lackawaxen River flow peacefully through the Pennsylvania valleys of Pike and Wayne counties, but there is a small section of shoreline along the river in the Township of Lackawaxen where the waters are a little turbulent. Read more
5pm-8pm Salad Spaghetti Bread Soda Coffee Desserts Cash Bar Tickets $9.00 12y & Adults
Located at Westcolang Rd
Contact Jane Cole at 570/685-7680
Volunteer firefighter and supervisor Brian Stuart wasn’t trained in fire school to fight this type of fire. Sparks flew at the August 20 Lackawaxen Township meeting between one of the Lackawaxen Fire Commission departments, Greeley, and representatives from the fire commission, whose mission is to pool resources from the four fire departments in the township. Read more
Scandinavian vendors sponsored by Bernt Balchen Lodge $566 Sons of Norway at Central Vol. Fire Hall, 10am-4pm. 570/685-1477.
Shelley DePaul presents "The Past & Present of the Lenape People in Pennsylvania" at Zane Grey Museum, 10:30am. 570/685-4871.