Enjoy the Wild-Life! Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival July 18 & 19

Audubon ArtStep indoors and explore just how cool nature is at this year’s Audubon Wildlife Art & Craft Festival July 18 and 19 at Wallenpaupack Area High School in Hawley. Intertwining art and wildlife, the event boasts a, “Fun filled opportunity for all ages to learn about and experience firsthand, many of nature’s mysteries.”

Cultivating the senses, guests will absorb the talents of over 80 of the Nation’s “Finest wildlife and nature artists” selling work in various mediums from acrylic and oil painting to woodcarving, leatherworks and more!

Interacting with the sights and sounds of various animal species brings the event to life with presentations from the top wildlife experts in the Northeast. See a variety of raptors, amphibians, reptiles and mammals. Learn how they live, eat and why they’re actually a lot more afraid of people than we are of them.

The Pennsylvania State Woodmobile will be on hand Saturday the 18th. Sponsored by the PA Department of Agriculture it serves as a means of introducing the benefits and impact of the PA State Timber Industry.

Sculpted Ice Works will demonstrate chainsaw ice carving both days. These talented artists will create sculptures of animals native to Pennsylvania for a truly amazing sight to see!

Brought to you by the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society, Festival funds raised focus on educational initiatives including scholarships to area students, conservation programs and nature literature to schools and community organizations, along with grants to local and international environmental groups.

With savings off admission make plans to Enjoy the Wildlife Right Here in the Pocono Mountains!

Audubon Arts Festival

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