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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 for more information.

Audubon’s 22nd Annual Litter Pick-up April 14th, 2018

We are looking for volunteers to help us pick up litter near the Price-Simpson Wetland! Audubon relies upon dedicated volunteers to help pick up a two mile stretch of route 191 north of Lake Ariel. Will you be one of them? A free breakfast is served following the pick-up which starts at 9 AM and ends around 10:30 AM. Gloves, safety vests, and bags are provided by PennDot for this annual event.

To volunteer, please contact Kathy Dodge before April 6th by calling 570-253-9250 or e-mailing

What Makes Me Special: Ways Critters and Plants Survive

Two Presentations by Audubon Society Naturalists

Did you ever wonder how a camel survives in the desert? Or why Flamingoes have such strange beaks? Answers to these questions and many more will be discussed at two free programs:

March 22nd from 4:00 – 5:30 PM at the Hawley Public Library, 103 Main Street in Hawley, PA

April 21 st from 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM at the Northern Wayne Community Library, 11 Library Road in Lakewood, PA.

Children and their parents should arrive ready to have a fun-filled adventure. Refreshments will be served. These interactive programs will explore adaptations of a variety of species from plants and insects to fish and mammals, including humans. “It is really amazing the variety of specialization that species have developed to cope within their habitats,” say co-presenters Jenna Mauder and Katharine Dodge. “Some are structural like the special shapes of birds’ beaks. Some are behavioral like the ‘playing dead’ by the opossum.” The students will explore myriad examples through discussion and games.

For more information about the Northeast Pa. Audubon Society, its activities and scholarship opportunities,
visit or call 570-253-9250.

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