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Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Recipe for Fun: John Porcino Live!

John Porcino - Acclaimed Storyteller and Musician

Join acclaimed storyteller and musician John Porcino as he spins a mix of stories and songs in a program called “One Earth.” Great for all ages!

Here’s what parents are saying about John Porcino’s nationally beloved family performances. “You should be a role model for the pied piper”“A combination of Robin Williams, Captain Kangaroo and Pete Seeger”“The moon was still laughing with us all the way home.” His performances are celebrations of story and song sparked to life with warmth, humor, a playful touch of audience participation, instruments from around the world and a message of caring for our planet and each other.

Born and bred in the suburbs of New York, John currently resides in Amherst, Massachusetts where he is an auditioned artist on the New England Foundation for the Arts, Massachusetts Touring, Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) Creative Teaching Partners, and MCC Performers rosters. Along with some 250 performances and workshop each year, he directs Farm and Wilderness Family Camp and most importantly is the father of two beautiful if not challenging children. As well he is a former classroom teacher, park naturalist, and director of two youth camps, and staff at numerous summer camps and outdoor education centers.

When: Saturday, November 9th at 1pm
Where: PPL Environmental Learning Center, Hawley PA
Cost: FREE, courtesy of Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon and PPL.

For more information, please call (570) 253-9250.

Got Drugs? National Take-Back Day

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal during the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on October 26, 2013, from 10am to 2pm.

Is your medicine cabinet filled with expired drugs or medications you no longer use? How should you dispose of them?

It used to be advised to dispose of unused medications by flushing them down the toilet. However, this practice has been questioned due to trace levels of drug residues being found in surface water, such as rivers and lakes, and in some community drinking water supplies.

Pennsylvania residents who have unwanted prescriptions and other medications in the home can have them properly discarded during the National Take Back Initiative on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. Area locations participating in the event include:

  • Pennsylvania State Police – Honesdale Barracks, 14 Collan Park, Honesdale
  • Pennsylvania State Police Barracks, 113 Enforcer Lane, Swiftwater
  • Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department, 2454 Route 940, Pocono Summit
  • Pennsylvania State Police – Blooming Grove Barracks, 434 Route 402, Hawley
  • Susquehanna County Courthouse, 105 Maple St., Montrose
  • Pennsylvania State Police – Gibson Barracks, 2856 SR-848
  • Jefferson Township Ambulance Building, SR-247 & SR-348
  • Moscow Borough Municipal Building, 123 Van Brunt St., Moscow
  • Scranton Police Department, 100 S. Washington Ave., Scranton
  • Pennsylvania State Police Department, 85 Keystone Industrial Park, Dunmore
  • Jermyn Police Department, 440 Jefferson Ave, Jermyn
  • Jessup Police Department, 395 Lane St., Jessup
  • Olyphant Police Station, 604 Park St., Olyphant

Click here for a full list of collection sites near you.

Establishing Golden-winged Warbler Habitat

The Northern Tier Hardwood Association (NTHA) will be presenting a training program on “Establishing Golden-winged Warbler Habitat” at the Wayne Conservation District office/Reining Farm on October 26, 2013. The course is geared toward loggers, foresters and landowners interested in establishing Golden-winged Warbler habitat.

Carl Graybill, Habitat Biologist Contractor for the Wildlife Management Institute, has partnered with Emily Bellush of the Natural Resource Conservation Services in creating a workshop that will enhance your knowledge of the Golden-winged Warbler and American Woodcock. The goal is to facilitate and maintain good forest practices while establishing Golden-winged Warbler and American Woodcock habitat. It is important to note that this training also provides habitat for other young forest dependent wildlife species such as: white-tailed deer, bobcat, ruffed grouse, wild turkey and many other songbird species.

After the training there will be a field walk with stations provided by Sarah Hall (WCD), John Maza (DCNR), Darren Wolfgang, and Carl Graybill on various management practices.

View the event flyer for registration details.

This event is not sponsored by Northeast PA Audubon. We are helping to promote this event as a public service.

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