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Looking for “Adopt a Highway” Volunteers

The Northeast Pa. Audubon Society annual litter pick-up is coming up on Saturday, April 13th at 9 AM in Lake Ariel. There will be a free breakfast afterwards!

Please sign up before April 4th by calling Audubon at 570-253-9250 or 
emailing audubonworks@gmail.com.

Location: Rte 191 just north of Lake Ariel. Specific directions will be sent 
when you sign up.

Upcoming Presentation: Summer Camp in Maine for FREE!

***DUE TO THE IMPENDING WINTER STORM, THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN MOVED TO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH at the Chamber of the Northern Poconos Community Room at 5 PM.***

Want to go to a beautiful island in Maine? For FREE?

The Northeast Pa. Audubon gives a FULL scholarship to an adult and related child between the ages of 8 and 13 to attend Family Camp in August, at National Audubon’s Hog Island Environmental Camp.

Eric Snyder, the facilities manager and instructor from Hog Island will tell us all about the island, about how they help puffins and other shore birds on nesting islands, and what it is like going to camp there.

The 2019 Family Camp session will be from August 11 to 16. The only expense not included is getting there and back. Applications may be found at www.nepaaudubon.org Call Keith at 570-698-5700 for more information. Go to www.hogisland.audubon.org for more about the island camp.

“Use of the library’s rooms by the Northeast Pa. Audubon Society does not constitute an endorsement by the Library of our group’s policies or beliefs.”

MARK YOUR CALENDARS: ANNUAL ART AND CRAFT FESTIVAL ON JULY 21st & 22nd

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The annual NEPAS Art and Craft Festival will be held on July 21st and 22nd from 10 am to 5 pm at the Wallenpaupack High School in Hawley.

This festival is our primary fundraiser for scholarships, and will include 3 wildlife shows daily with live birds, animals, and reptiles, and will provide great entertainment and education for all ages. Best of all, though, are nearly 100 artists and craftspersons presenting their creations for show and sale, making this event a perfect place to stock up on gifts and items for the home.

NEPAS and other organizations will have education booths, there’ll be a craft table for children, and lunch will be available in the cafeteria. Admission is only $5 for adults, with children under 12 free.

It’s a great event for the whole family, and our proceeds make it possible for our camp and college scholarships to be awarded to deserving young people. Visit http://www.audubonfestival.com/ for more information.

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