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Wellness in Nature

June 26, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-6pm. Take time to reconnect with nature and your natural self during a practical workshop on the science of self-healing. Yoga, meditation, edible plants and medicinal herbs are at the foundation of reestablishing your bond with the earth. Registration is limited. RSVP by Wednesday, June 22. Cost: $30. Members: $25.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Lacawac’s Amazing GeoRace

June 25, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-11am. Lacawac’s Amazing GeoRace takes geocachers on an adventure solving puzzles, finding containers and earning points while discovering natural and historic features on the sanctuary’s property. Register your team before race day and earn 1 bonus point. Tickets at lacawacgeocrace2016.bpt.me.
Cost: $40 for a team of 4-6.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Unearth Your Inner Artist for Children (ages 9-12)

June 21, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-3pm. Children learn the basics of drawing with graphite and colored pencils in a fun and stress-free environment. We’ll go on a sketching scavenger hunt while learning about different types of trees and plants. Registration is limited.
Cost: $25. Members: $20.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Unearth Your Inner Artist for Children (ages 5-8)

June 20, 2016

Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-3pm. Children learn the basics of drawing with graphite and colored pencils in a fun and stress-free environment. We’ll go on a sketching scavenger hunt while learning about different types of trees and plants. Registration is limited.
Cost: $25. Member: $20.

For More Information: 
educator@lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Living with White-tail Deer: The truth about Lyme disease

June 18, 2016

9am-3pm. Learn about deer biology, management strategies, and the effects of deer browse on forest health. East Stroudsburg University’s Northeast Wildlife DNA Laboratory will present the historical aspects of Lyme disease, how they detect the prevalence of pathogens and identify prevention techniques. Lunch is provided. Cost: $15 Members: $10.

For More Information: 
www.lacawac.org
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Slimy and Scaly Search

May 7, 2016

Slimy and Scaly Search at Lacawac Sanctuary, 10am-3pm. Join the Northeast Regional Coordinator Larry Laubach to catch, photo document and release species for the Pennsylvania Amphibian and Reptile Survey (PARS). Preregistration is appreciated at 570/689-9494 or info@lacawac.org.

For More Information: 
570/689-9494

Mother's Day Tea

May 14, 2016

Mother's Day Tea at the Historic Watres Lodge at Lacawac Sanctuary, 2-4pm. Traditional refreshments and desserts will be served. Daughter's welcomed and encouraged. Reservations required (no walk-ins): call 570/689-9494, email info@lacawac.org.

For More Information: 
570/689-9494

Conservation Leadership Academy

June 26, 2016

Students (ages 13-16) will be immersed in a week-long resident camp at Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station. Campers will experience science alongside local environmental professionals and resident university researchers. Full details at lacawac-outreach.org. Camp is $200; scholarships available for Wayne County students.

For More Information: 
Jamie Reeger
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Earth Expressions Day Camp

July 11, 2016

One-week day camp at Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-4pm each day. Explore the various habitats at Lacawac Sanctuary and be inspired by the beauty of the natural world. Join resident and local artists to explore visual and fine arts in different mediums. Watercolor, sculpture, sketching techniques, collage, and more await your inner artist. Cost: $90.

For More Information: 
Jenna Mauder
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494

Wildernuts: Eco-explorations Day Camp

July 25, 2016
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July 29, 2016

Day camp at Lacawac Sanctuary, 9am-4pm each day. Hike to the big lake, explore the bog, play games with friends, learn about the environment, connect with nature, and more. Campers will be immersed in a week of nature explorations with experienced educators in a full schedule of hands-on activities. Cost: $90.

For More Information: 
Jenna Mauder
Contact Phone #: 
570/689-9494
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