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Discover one of the region’s most unique natural attractions: The Tannersville Bog! This National Natural Landmark, T k which evolved from a large glacial lake, is an exceptional ecosystem of sphagnum peat moss, rare plants and native animals. A true scenic wonder, the Tannersville Bog is the southernmost low-elevation boreal bog along the Eastern Seaboard. It is home to such remarkable flora as native orchids, calla lilies, and carnivorous sundew and pitcher plants. Monroe County Conservation District’s Environmental Education Center (MCEEC) offers seasonal Public Bog Walks to highlight the C features. During the walk walks, Environmental Educators describe the bog’s formation, its plant and preserve’s unique features animal life, and the important roles that the local Preserve Committee and the Nature Conservancy play in its protection. MCEEC’s Spring Bog Walks will be held every Wednesday from May 1 through June 5, 2013. Walks will take place from 1 to 3:30 p.m., and cover the bog’s floating boardwalks and surrounding areas. Participation costs $6 for adults and $4 for Nature Conservancy members, MCEEC members and children under 12. Pre-registration is required for all walks. Participants should meet at the bog parking lot on Cherry Lane Road in Tannersville. For more information on the Tannersville Bog, Public Bog Walks and special programs, contact the Monroe County Environmental Education Center at (570) 629-3061 or visit www.mcconservation.org.
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Coming Events See the ENTERTAINMENT Column on Page 25 for Local Live Entertainment! Information is subject to change. Ongoing: April 25: World Penguin Day, Sculpted Ice Works Factory Tour & Ice Harvest Museum, 311 Purdytown Turnpike Turnpike, Lakeville Lakeville, (570) 226-6249, www.sculptediceworks. com. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. See how ice sculptures are made and learn about natural ice harvesting. Also, check out the Ice Penguin Display! A portion of each admission will be donated to the Wildlife Conservation Society. Admission costs $7 for adults and $5 for children. Children under three will be admitted free. Come visit the “Poconos’ Coolest Attraction!” Call for more information. April 27: Billy Joel’s Right-Hand Man: Wade Preston, Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley, (570) 588-8077, www.silkmillharmony. com. 7:30 p.m. Wade Preston of the acclaimed Broadway show, Movin’ Out!, captivates audiences
with h his unique blend of original comp compositions and famous favorites. See h him perform in the beautiful, newly newly-renovated Boiler Room venue! Ticke cost $16 in advance and Tickets $20 aat the door. Advance ticketholde receive 20% off their bill at holders the ne neighboring Glass Wine Bar and Bi Bistro after 9:30 p.m. on the day of the show. BYOB. See website for details. April 27: The Kids’ Things Flea Market, Mt. Pocono United Methodist Church, Route 611, Mount Pocono. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Browse new and used children’s toys, clothing and furniture at great prices! Breakfast and lunch concessions will be available. Proceeds benefit the Kids’ Day Out Preschool Scholarship Fund. E-mail email@example.com or visit the church for additional information. April 27: “Birds, Bees and Butterflies and the Plants They Love,” Pocono Mountain Public Library, Tobyhanna, (570) 836-1120. 10 a.m. Pike County Watershed Specialist and Brodhead Watershed Association Board Member Lori Colgan will present
3 this fun, family-friendly program. Kids of all ages can explore the threats to wildlife such as habitat loss for birds and wildlife, and bee colony collapse. Participants will plant native wildflower seeds that they can bring home and transplant to help support threatened wildlife. This free program, presented by the Brodhead Watershed Association, is an excellent Earth Week celebration. Registration is required. Call for details. April 27: “Spring into Action” Park Cleanup, Nescopeck State Park, Honey Hole Road, Drums, (570) 403-2006. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Help is needed with a variety of park projects. Younger helpers and scout groups are welcome. Call to learn more and register for participation. April 27: Barrett Township Historical Society Flea Market, The Cresco Station Museum, Route 191/390 and Sand Spring Road, Cresco, (570) 676-5255, www.barretthistory.org. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy great shopping, dining and entertainment at this exciting event presented by the (Continued on Page 6)
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Spring Surprises Await at WCBA Festival The Wayne County Builders Association (WCBA) Home and Garden Festival will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 27 and 28 at the Ladore Lodge Camp Retreat and Conference Center in Waymart, Pennsylvania. Discover the latest trends in home improvement products and services during this free public festival! The weekend-long event will feature indoor and outdoor displays, demonstrations, contests, product sales and more fun for the whole family! Watch live wood carving demonstrations presented by Harnett Design, find beautiful home furnishings at the Overstocked Tent Sale, and enter to win an artfully-designed playhouse during the charity raffle! Proceeds benefit local children through Make-A-Wish. There will be a free Electronic Recycling Event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, and the adoptable animals from the Dessin Shelter will visit the festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday’s events will also include a Flower Pot Contest presented by the Honesdale National Bank, and a LEGO-Building Contest sure to entertain. “Wayne the Builder” will greet festival guests on Saturday and Sunday, and there will be Pampered Chef cooking demonstrations from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. The WCBA Home and Garden Festival will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 27 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 28. Free admission is made possible by Wayne Bank. The Ladore Lodge Camp Retreat and Conference Center is located at 287 Owego Turnpike in Waymart. Visit www.waynecountybuilders.com or call (570) 226-4941 for more information.
Discover Local History with HATT ! All are welcome to attend the May meeting of the Historical Association of Tobyhanna Township (HATT) at 10:15 a.m. on Wednesday, May 15 at the Clymer Library in Pocono Pines. Lifelong Pocono resident Rick Smith will present â€œLocal Industry,â€? a lecture on the early industries of the Pocono Mountains. During his presentation, Smith will discuss some of the lesser-known trades that have influenced local history. Guests Clymer Library will learn about Dr. Richard Slee, who founded the Pocono Biological Laboratories in 1897. The Swiftwater site is now the U.S. production facility of Sanofi-Pasteur. Smith will also detail the harvesting of peat, the manufacturing of clothes pins at a Pocono Lake factory, and the operations of the Weiler Brush Company in Cresco. HATT meetings are held in April through November, on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are open to the public at no cost; township residency is not required for participation. Membership applications and additional information can be found online at www.tobyhannatwphistory.org. The Clymer Library is located on Firehouse Road in Pocono Pines.
Coming Events (Continued from Page 3) Barrett Township Historical Society! Vendor spaces are available for $10 per space. Call for more information.
April 27 & 28: Wayne County Builders Association (WCBA) Home and Garden Festival, Ladore Lodge Camp Retreat & Conference Center, Waymart, (570) 226-4941, www. WayneCountyBuilders.com. Discover
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April 28: Salamanders, Frogs and More!, Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), Emery Road, Dingmans Ferry, (570) 8282319, www.peec.org. 1 to 3 p.m. Hunt for amphibians during this fun afternoon excursion! Participants will explore breeding pools around
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Coming Events (Continued from Page 7) Cohen Recital Hall, East Stroudsburg University Campus, East Stroudsburg, (570) 422-3483. 7:30 p.m. Celebrate spring with a free concert at East Stroudsburg University! The University/Community ensemble will be directed by Betsy BuzzelliClarke. All are welcome. Call or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. May 3 thru 5: Grand Opening Celebration, Crystal’s Photography Studio, 1 Old Mill Road, Minisink Hills (1.5 miles from Shawnee Playhouse), (570) 872-4950, www. facebook.com/polyi320. Join portrait photographer Crystal Jenkins as she celebrates the opening of her new photography studio! All are welcome to enjoy complimentary food and drinks from 1 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and schedule Mother’s Day MiniSessions from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Call for more information. May 4: Signs of Spring Walk, Monroe County Conservation
District’s Environmental Education Center (MCEEC), 8050 Running Valley Road, Bartonsville, (570) 6293061, www.mcconservation.org. 10 a.m. Join Environmental Educator Karen N. Boyle for a leisurely 90minute walk on one of the many trails at the 166-acre Kettle Creek Wildlife Sanctuary. Participants will search for signs of spring along the way. Participation costs $3 for EE Center members and $5 for the public. Call to register. May 4: Free Child Safety Fair, Chestnuthill Township Park, Route 715, Brodheadsville, www.weposc. org, email@example.com. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Western Pocono Women’s Club and the West End Park and Open Space Commission will co-sponsor the second annual Free Child Safety Fair on Saturday, May 4. Highlights include emergency vehicle tours with West End Ambulance and the West End Fire Company, a Fire Safety House simulation courtesy of the Tobyhanna Army Depot, blood pressure screenings, fingerprinting, car seat inspection and more!
Nutritious snacks will be available. All are welcome to attend this exciting community event. E-mail for more information. May 4: Kameleon Trunk Show, American Candle, Route 611 Bartonsville, (570) 629-3388, www. american-candle.com. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy great shopping in the Pocono Mountains! American Candle will host a Kameleon Trunk Show event on Saturday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Add some pizzazz to your spring jewelry collection! Shop excellent accessories during the Trunk Show! Call for more information. May 4: Wildflower Walk, Nescopeck State Park, Honey Hole Road, Drums, (570) 403-2006. 1 p.m. Join renowned botanists Dr. Ann Rhoads and Dr. Tim Block for a wildflower adventure at Nescopeck State Park! Participants should bring a bottle of water and wear sturdy shoes. Preregistration is required for this free program. Call for details. May 4: The Gold Magnolias, Harmony Presents at the Hawley (Continued on Page 11)
BWA Presents Plant Sale and Festival The Brodhead Watershed Association (BWA) will present the 10th Annual Native Plant Sale and Festival on Saturday, May 11 at the Monroe Campus of Northampton Community College. Open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., this free festival will feature fabulous vendors, exciting entertainment and more than 100 species of edible and medicinal plants. Browse a large selection of native shrubs, perennials and grasses, di discuss gardening concerns with visiting experts, and enjoy an engaging pr presentation from Master Herbalist Nathaniel Whitmore! Whitmore, a ce celebrated herbalist and author, will discuss the cultivation of medicinal he herbs at 10 a.m., and lead an Edible/Medicinal Herb Walk at noon. The festival will also feature children’s activities, live music from Th Lost Ramblers, and displays from Mudworks Pottery, Dutch Hill The Pr Preserves, The Farmhouse Kitchen and others. Jumpstart your summer gardening projects and enjoy a full day of fu fun in the Poconos! Visit the Brodhead Watershed Association’s annual N Native Plant Sale! A complete list of featured plants is available online at w www.brodheadwatershed.org. The mission of the Brodhead Watershed Association is to protect h environment and water resources within the watershed. Funds raised the during the Native Plant Sale will assist the BWA in proceeding with goals. For more information, visit www.brodheadwatershed.org or call (570) 839-1120. The Monroe Campus of Northampton Community College is located on Old Mill Road in Tannersville, Pennsylvania.
Shopping Information is subject to change. American Candle, Route 611, Bartonsville, (570) 629-3388, american-candle.com. “More than just great candles”—candy, women’s accessories, jewelry, collectibles, home décor gifts and more! Swarovski, Jim Shore, Vera Bradley, Pandora, Dansko, Department 56 and others. Open daily. Ann Street Treasures, 920B Ann Street, Stroudsburg, (570) 807-5555, annstreettreasures.com. Antiques, home décor and accessories. Outstanding selection and services to help you find what you’ve been looking for! Open Thursday through Monday; Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment.
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Carlson’s Country Treasures, Route 940 Mini Mall, Blakeslee, (570) 6435395. Featuring hand-made gifts and original works of art. Exclusive dealer of Mountain Home Candles. Closed Mondays; call for hours. Closet Cases Consignment Boutique, Route 940, Pocono Lake, (570) 262-9092, closetcases. net. Stylish women’s apparel and accessories, artisan creations and fine collectibles. Accepting seasonal consignment. Cooks Tour, Routes 191 & 390, Mountainhome, (570) 5950370, cookstournepa.com. Wide selection of popular cookware and unique kitchen gadgets. Find great products from Cuisinart, Scanpan, Waring, All-Clad and others.
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Coming Events (Continued from Page 8) Silk Mill, 8 Silk Mill Drive, Hawley, (570) 588-8077, www. silkmillharmony.com. 7:30 p.m. Delight in the funky, soulful sounds of the Gold Magnolias! This dynamic band will perform in the Mill’s beautiful, newly-renovated Boiler Room venue on Saturday, May 4. Tickets cost $16 in advance or $20 at the door. Advance ticketholders receive 20% off at the neighboring Glass Wine Bar and Bistro after 9:30 p.m. on the day of the show. BYOB to the performance. Additional information is available online. May 4: Public Safety Awareness Day, The Monroe County Public Safety Center, 100 Gypsum Road, Snydersville, www.monroeco911. com. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Meet your local fire, EMS and law enforcement agencies during this exciting educational event! Highlights include emergency simulations, 9-1-1 Center tours, children’s fingerprinting, a Red Cross blood drive with raffle, and much more! See website for details. May 4: Promised Land State Park’s Annual Earth Day Park Cleanup, Promised Land State Park, 100 Lower Lake Road, Greentown, (570) 676-0567, visitpaparks.com. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Get outdoors and give back to nature during this fun Park Cleanup event! Plant trees; work on
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May 4: PEECâ€™s Native Plant Sale, Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), Emery Road, Dingmans Ferry, (570) 8282319, www.peec.org. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spruce up your yard this spring! Find a variety of native and deer-resistant flowers, shrubs and grasses at PEECâ€™s Native Plant Sale! Volunteers are needed. Call for more information.
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