THIS WEEK’s Events & More to Come

INFORMATION SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Confirm details, and dates & times at each venue’s website, or call them for more information.

RECURRING EVENTS
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Through OCTOBER 16
BIG DAY OUT
9:00AM to 6:00PM
If you’re seeking a BIG adventure then Pocono Whitewater’s BIG DAY OUT is definitely for you. Begin your day with a hearty breakfast to charge you up before embarking on a 23-milemountain bike ride between the 1,000 foot walls of the Lehigh Gorge Rail-Trail. The adventure continues with lunch before trekking out on a scenic hike to an abandoned railroad tunnel with beautiful overlooks of the Lehigh River. From there, adventurers will whitewater raft the bends and rolls of the Lehigh River. Your BIG DAY OUT doesn’t end there… a delicious dinner and roaring bonfire await your return. Accomplishing the bike, hike and raft in one day will score any outdoor thrill seeker bragging rights. Big Day Out adventures are planned for April 24; May 22; June 5 and 19; July 2, 11, 17 and 25; August 1, 15 and 29; September 6 and 25; and October 2 and 16, 2021. Visit the website to reserve your spot.
POCONO WHITEWATER ADVENTURES
Jim Thorpe – 1519 State Route 903
(800) 944-8392 poconowhitewater.com
Price: $114.99/person (ages 13 and up)

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Through OCTOBER 24
JIM THORPE FALL FOLIAGE FESTIVAL
Times vary by activity
Your whole family will enjoy fall foliage weekends in Jim Thorpe. There will be scenic train rides, handmade arts and crafts, delicious food, free live music, children’s activities, spooky ghost tours and seasonal specials from local restaurants, shops and galleries. Witness Downtown Jim Thorpe in all its autumn splendor. See website for complete details.
DOWNTOWN JIM THORPE
(570) 325-5810 jimthorpe.org/fallfoliagefestival

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Through OCTOBER 30
THE GREAT POCONO PUMPKIN FESTIVAL
Monday through Saturday: 9am-6pm; Sunday: 9am-5pm
There’s so much to see and do at The Great Pocono Pumpkin Festival, open daily late September through October. Pick pumpkins, play games and enjoy some great food. New this year meet Buttercup, enjoy daily hayrides, free petting farm, free parking, and much more. Free live entertainment on Saturdays. Bring the whole family for some fall fun! Through October 24th.
COUNTRY JUNCTION
Lehighton – Route 209, Forest Inn
(610) 377-5050 countryjunction.com

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Through OCTOBER 30
POCONO FOLIAGE EXPRESS
Call for departure times
Join Stourbridge Line for a 1.5 hour, 20 mile round-trip from Honesdale to Hawley. This is one of the best ways to take in the natural beauty of the Northern Pocono Mountains. Keep your eyes open for bald eagles and other wildlife along the river. The rail cars are heated and restrooms are available on the train. This train departs select Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays in October. They will run an additional excursion on October 11.
HONESDALE STATION
Honesdale – 812 Main St.
(570) 470-2697 thestourbridgeline.net
Price: $20/adults 13+, $10/ages 3-12, free for children 2 and under (lap seat)

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Through OCTOBER 30
OLD JAIL GHOST TOURS
6:00pm to 9:00pm
On October 16th, 23rd, and 30th stroll the dark halls of the original 1871 Old Jail and HEAR haunting tales of true, ghostly happenings while you HUNT for spirits. Enjoy spine-chilling stories that really occurred in the Old Jail. This is not a made-up haunted house; the Old Jail is home to REAL spirits. Tours begin every 20 minutes. Children under 12 are not permitted. No advance tickets.
OLD JAIL MUSEUM
Jim Thorpe – 128 West Broadway
(570) 325-5259 theoldjailmuseum.com
Price: $15/adults; children under 12 are not permitted

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Through OCTOBER 30
WALDORF ESTATE OF FEAR
Fridays and Saturdays 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
The harvest begins October 1st…the soul harvest. The Waldorf hotel is full of high-tech lighting and tricks as well as enthusiastic, highly-energetic, live actors who will have you screaming for your mommy. So check in…we DARE you! Come face to face with your favorite horror movie villains in this outdoor walking trail. Realistic sets will have you thinking you just stepped inside your favorite horror movies. Tickets for all haunts are available online. On-site ticket booth is cash only. Some attractions are weather permitting. This year will look a little different to help protect everyone’s health. Please call or visit website for a list of protocols. Through October 30th.
COUNTRY JUNCTION
Lehighton – 6325 Interchange Rd.
(610) 82-HOTEL waldorfestateoffear.com

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Through OCTOBER 30
PUMPKIN PATCH EXPRESS
Saturdays & Sundays, Times vary by day
Take a trip to the pumpkin patch, where the children get to pick a pumpkin to bring home. This round-trip ride takes approximately two hours. Note: steps are required to get off the train at the pumpkin patch.
HONESDALE STATION
Honesdale – 812 Main St.
(570) 470-2697 thestourbridgeline.net
Price: $20/adults 13+; $10/ages 3-12; free for children under 2 (lap seat)

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Through OCTOBER 31
SPOOKY STROUDSBURG
Recurring daily
Come explore Historic Downtown Stroudsburg this October! Businesses throughout the town are decorating their storefronts like never before so that visitors can enjoy fun activities to get into the Halloween spirit! Businesses will be competing for the spookiest place…see website for more details!
DOWNTOWN STROUDSBURG
Downtown Stroudsburg Business Association
downtownstroudsburg@gmail.com

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Through NOVEMBER 6
THE ELECTRIFYING JACK-O-LANTERN
October 15-November 6: 6:30PM-10pm
This spooky season come out and experience the area’s coolest, most unique Halloween event. Created for kids of all ages, this walk-through Jack O’ Lantern experience is sure to become a family tradition. Tickets must be pre-purchased online. All tickets have a timed reservation entrance time, and no one will be admitted without a pre-purchased ticket. Children two and under are free.
WEST END FAIRGROUNDS
Gilbert – 1570 Fairgrounds Rd.
Price: $22/person; two and under free

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THRU NOVEMBER 7
MAZEZILLA
Times vary by day
Pack up the family for a fun fall day at Mazezilla. Enjoy picking pumpkins, wagon rides, barnyard animals, pumpkin launching, mountain slide, hay forts, corn pits, fresh produce stand and much more. This year’s maze theme is medieval, so get ready for a ye olde grand time. Call or visit website for details and pricing on paid activities.
Saylorsburg – 415 Rt. 115
(570) 402-7378 mazezilla.com

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Through NOVEMBER 7
LEHIGH GORGE SCENIC TRAIN EXCURSIONS Call for times
Relax and ride comfortably in vintage coaches built as early as 1917 pulled by diesel engines. The narrated round-trip follows the majestic Lehigh River over bridges, through Glen Onoko, and into the Lehigh Gorge State Park. High-rising cliffs, mountain scenery, and wildlife surround the train along the forested route to Old Penn Haven. Please note passengers are required to wear a mask while on board and extra cars will be added to all trains so customers can spread out. Daily train excursions resume Monday, April 5. Visit their website for complete details.
JIM THORPE TRAIN STATION
Jim Thorpe – 1 Susquehanna Street
(570) 325-8485 lgsry.com
Call for pricing

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Through DECEMBER 18
ECOZONE DISCOVERY ROOM 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Climb into a bald eagle’s nest, crawl into a bat cave, explore a beaver lodge and dig in a fossil pit! Explore this indoor discovery room and enjoy hands-on exhibits on natural history, sustainability and the local environment. No registration required. See website for complete schedule. Open select dates throughout the year. This event will take place on August 8th, October 24th, November 7th and 20th, December 4th and 18th.
POCONO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Cost: $2/person, children under 3 are free

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DATED EVENTS

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 15
FARMERS MARKET EXPLORER
1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Join The Stourbridge Line for a little Friday afternoon shopping! Step off the train in Hawley and take a stroll to Bingham Park to check out Hawley’s Farmers Market, full of local produce and products. While in Hawley take a quick stroll down Main Street with four wonderful blocks with something for everyone. The train departs Hawley to return back to Honesdale at 3:30pm. This is a 3.5 hour round trip, with two hours in Hawley. There are restrooms available on-board. This train departs select Fridays in June, July, August, September and October.
HONESDALE STATION
Honesdale – 812 Main St.
(570) 470-2697 thestourbridgeline.net
Price: $20/adults 13+, $10/ages 3-12, free for children 2 and under (lap seat)

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 thru MONDAY OCTOBER 17
BLACK BEAR FILM FESTIVAL
Times vary by day
Black Bear welcomes you back for the 22nd year of great films! They have a wonderful schedule of features and shorts that will bring everyone together again as a community. They are proud to offer main-stage films at the newly renovated Historic Milford Theater! Help support innovative and independent films, artistic expression, education, diversity, and cultural enhancement. The Black Bear Film Festival strives to provide an engaging and exciting community experience for film makers to debut their films, as well as a fun film festival experience for attendees.
Milford – 115 Mill St.
(570) 832-4858 blackbearfilmfestival.squarespace.com
Price: Gala Pass: $90/person; Gold Pass: $160/person; Weekend Pass: $75/person; Day of Show: $12/person

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 15
TRACE ADKINS ‘THE WAY I WANNA GO’ TOUR
Doors open:7pm; Showtime: 8pm
Trace Adkins’ trademark baritone has powered countless hits to the top of the charts. The Grammy-nominated member of the Grand Ole Opry is a TV personality, actor, author, and spokesman. See Trace Adkins at Penn’s Peak in the Pocono Mountains! Call or visit the website for more information.
PENN’S PEAK
Jim Thorpe – 325 Maury Rd.
(866) 605-7325 pennspeak.com
$54/regular reserved seat; $64/pit ticket (standing room only)

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
POCONO ORGANICS TRACT-OR-TREAT
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Pocono Organics is excited to host their second Tract-or-Treat event (think trunk-or-treat, but at the farm) and kick off the Spooky Season! While the Tract-or-Treat activities start promptly at 2pm, enjoy all day spooky delights in the cafe including the premiere of house-made candied apples and festive lunch offerings. While you don’t have to bring your tractor, please bring your car and decorate for the occasion! Decorations are not mandatory to participate, however candy passing is required. Come in costumes and trick or treat from car to car! This is a free event, but please RSVP if you plan on coming.
POCONO ORGANICS
Long Pond – 1015 Long Pond Rd.
(570) 646-1100 poconoorganics.com

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
LIVE MUSIC SATURDAYS at the MILFORD COMMUNITY HOUSE
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Join the Pike County Chamber of Commerce on Saturdays this summer and fall from 1-3pm at the Community House and enjoy live music from local artists. Bring your chairs or blankets and enjoy an afternoon out in the lovely town of Milford. While in town enjoy local shops, restaurants, breweries, wineries and all the great museums and history! If it’s raining, no worries, they’ll be back the following week. Sponsored by the Milford Community House.
MILFORD COMMUNITY HOUSE
Milford – 201 Broad St.
(570) 296-8700 milfordpa.us

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
MONROE FARMERS MARKET
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
The Monroe Farmers’ Market has been serving the Stroudsburg community for over 40 years and still growing strong. The market offers quality produce, flowers, meats, baked goods, preserves, and much more from local farmers. Enjoy the market Saturdays from 8am to noon.
COURTHOUSE SQUARE
Stroudsburg – 610 Monroe St.
monroefarmersmarket@gmail.com monroefarmersmarket.com

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 and SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
5th ANNUAL ROCKTOBERFEST
Saturday: noon-10 PM; Sunday: noon-6 PM
Join the Lehighton Downtown Partnership for the 5th Annual Rocktoberfest. Enjoy live music, beer and wine garden, car show, raffle, rides, games and much more.
LEHIGHTON DOWNTOWN PARK
Lehighton – 1 Constitution Ave.
facebook.com/events/244026370920666

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 and SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
PREDATOR WEEKEND
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Predator is back! He is stronger, smarter and deadlier than before. Are you up for the challenge? If so, tell your referees, and they will let you and your friends play co-op in the Predator’s territory. Remember – hunt or be hunted. If you kill the predator, you will win a free pass to come back and play Skirmish. Through October 31.
SKIRMISH PAINTBALL
Albrightsville – 211 North Meckesville Rd.
(570) 325-3654 skirmish.com
No additional cost to play Predator Weekends, but standard rates and specials apply.

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 and SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
BIKES AND BANDS
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Come by for all of your Harley-Davidson needs and enjoy a rotation line-up of bands and food trucks every Saturday and Sunday at Pocono Mountain Harley-Davidson.
POCONO MOUNTAIN HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Tannersville – 110 Hill Motor Lodge Rd.
(570) 992-7500 poconohd.com/events

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
BOG WALK
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Join an Environmental Educator at 1pm at the Bog parking lot and take a 2 ½ hour guided journey into the unique Tannersville Cranberry Bog. Along the way, our environmental educators will explain the Bog’s formation, its interesting plant and animal life and the role the local Preserve Committee and the Nature Consevancy play in its continued protection. Please wear appropriate footwear, closed-toed shoes or sneakers that can get wet. Rain or shine (Raincoats are preferred instead of umbrellas) Preregistration required and limited.
TANNERSVILLE CRANBERRY BOG
East Stroudsburg – 552 Cherry Lane Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org
Cost: $5/person

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
AUTUMN DAYS CRAFT FAIR
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Start your holiday shopping early and enjoy the Autumn Days Craft Fair hosted by  NEPA CraftWorks, LLC and NEPA CraftWorks Juried Craft Show at the Hofford Mill. Find hand made items, local goods and much more. This event also takes place on October 24th.
AT THE HOFFORD MILL by NEPA CraftWorks, LLC
Weissport – 500 Bridge St.
facebook.com/events/246391810294929

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 22
PROJECT OWLNET
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Kettle Creek will host the seventh season of Project Owlnet. The station will be open to those who pre-register on October 22nd, 29th and November 5th, from 8pm to 10pm (donations welcome). Participants will learn more about the Northern Saw-whet Owl, Project Owlnet, and have a unique opportunity to see one of the most secretive birds in the eastern U.S. Pre-registration is required by the Thursday before each program, call 570-629-3061. Registration is limited to 20 participants and no walk-ins will be accepted. Masks must be worn during program.
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
FIRST ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Spend the day in Milford Borough celebrating all your fall favorites with costume contests, pooch parades, and so much more!
DOWNTOWN MILFORD
milfordmusicfest@gmail.com facebook.com/events/368478364979234

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
Varies by date
Learn some beginner techniques on how to frame a picture, and practice those skills on the PEEC campus. Great for children and those starting from scratch. Participants will need a camera for pictures, even a phone camera will do! Event also takes place December 18.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
BIRD SEED SALE
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
It’s time to feed our feathered friends and MCCD is pleased to once again offer some of the best quality seed at a good price. A wide variety of seed mixes and specialties will be available, as well as bulk black oil sunflower seed from 9am to 1pm at the EE Center. Extra seed and many new varieties of feeders to meet all your bird feeding needs will be available on the day of the sale and throughout the bird feeding season. For an order form visit mcconservation.org.
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
BRIDGE THE GAP BIKE THE McDADE
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
PEEC presents this free bike ride along the McDade Trail! All equipment and transportation is provided free of charge. Please bring a water bottle and wear sturdy footwear. Extra water and snacks will be available. Meet at PEEC. Funding for this program is provided by the William Penn Foundation. Call for details.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
TOMMY JAMES AND THE SHONDELLS
Doors: 6pm; Showtime: 8pm
Hear some hits from Tommy James during this seated show at Penn’s Peak. Tickets can be purchased at the Penn’s Peak Box Office (walk-up only), Roadies Restaurant (walk-up only) or through Ticketmaster. For more information, visit the website or call 866-605-PEAK.
PENN’S PEAK
Jim Thorpe – 325 Maury Rd.
(866) 605-PEAK pennspeak.com
Price: $35/regular reserved seat, $40/premium reserved seat

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
POCONO HALF MARATHON AND FALL RUNNING SPECTACULAR
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Run the Pocono Half Marathon and Fall Running Spectacular and enjoy amazing views only the Poconos can offer in the Fall! Promised Land State Park is on the Pocono Plateau. The park consists primarily of beech, oak, maple, and hemlock trees. Two lakes and several small streams add to the park’s outstanding scenic beauty. Fall is the best time to visit the Poconos. The lush forests will be in full glory with all the vibrant colors of their fall leaves. Sign up today and run the Pocono Half Marathon or Promised Land 5k.
PROMISED LAND STATE PARK
Greentown – 100 Lower Lake Rd.
(610) 592-7273 schuylkillriverrunners@gmail.com

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
JOSH TURNER
Doors: 6pm; Showtime: 8pm
With his rich, deep voice and distinctive style, MCA Nashville recording artist Josh Turner is one of country music’s most recognizable hit-makers. Tickets can be purchased at the Penn’s Peak Box Office (walk-up only), Roadies Restaurant (walk-up only) or through Ticketmaster. For more information, visit the website or call 866-605-PEAK.
PENN’S PEAK
Jim Thorpe – 325 Maury Rd.
(866) 605-PEAK pennspeak.com
Price: $46/reserved seating; $52/premium reserved seating

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SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
INTRODUCTION TO ORIENTEERING
Varies by date
At PEEC, learn how to use a map and compass on the orienteering course. They’ll show you the basics before you try to find all the points. Space is limited, call early.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 and SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
STORYTELLING DINNER
6:00 PM to 11:30 PM
The Settlers Inn will host its annual Storytelling Dinners on October 29 and 30, 2021. These enchanted evenings will feature storyteller Neil Genzlinger sharing haunting stories that embrace the spirit of Halloween. Enjoy live music in the Undercroft Room aglow with pumpkins. Reservations are required. Call for information.
THE SETTLERS INN
Hawley – 4 Main Ave.
(570) 226-2993 thesettlersinn.com
Price: $65/person prix fixe menu

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
SIGNS OF FALL HIKE
1:00PM to 3:00PM
Take a hike with PEEC and discover the science behind the wonderful season of fall. You’ll discuss changing animal behavior, why leaves change color, and why it’s the best season to be out and about! Hikes also set for November 14.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
ANIMAL TRACKING
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Animals leave behind clues that give glimpses into their lives. Explore PEEC’s natural areas for tracks, trails, scat, territory marks, chew marks, and other signs animals leave as they travel through the fields and forests of the Poconos.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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SATURDAY OCTOBER 30 and SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
THE HAUNTED CANDLE SHOPPE TOUR
9:00 AM to 5:30 PM
The Candle Shoppe of the Poconos has a spooky history! Built in 1897 and once home to a biological laboratory, come see what’s below the floors of the candle shop. Amazing tour guide Joanne will take you on a walking history tour of the building that takes about 45 minutes. Arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your tour and show ID or e-mail confirmation of ticket purchase. Please note that video recording and photography are not allowed. Pets are not permitted on the tour. No refunds on ticket purchases. Contact The Candle Shoppe 24 hours prior start of your tour if you need to re-schedule.
THE CANDLE SHOPPE OF THE POCONOS
Swiftwater – 1900 PA-611
(570) 839-1844
Price: $15/person

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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
MORNING BIRD PHOTO WALK
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Join Matt on this photo walk where the group will try to capture some of the birds that call Kettle Creek home. A telephoto lens of 200mm or longer is preferred but not required. Dress for the weather. Pre-registration is required and limited. Call (570) 629-3061 to register.
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org
Price: $5 per person

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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
INTRO TO TENT CAMPING
Times vary by date
Learn everything you need to know about camping during this event at PEEC. From basic shelters to common knots, and even how to build a fire from scratch. It’ll be great practice for any future family vacations.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5 per person

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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
GUIDED GREENHOUSE TOUR
11:00AM and 1:00PM
Join Pocono Organics every weekend, for a small, intimate tour around the greenhouse facilities and learn about how regenerative organics is shaping the future of agriculture. This behind the scenes look at their state-of-the-art facility takes you on a 30-minute guided walking tour of the 38,000 square feet of greenhouses. Preregistration is required. Tours are maxed at 10 people.
POCONO ORGANICS
Long Pond – 1015 Long Pond Rd.
(570) 646-1100 poconoorganics.com
Price: $5 per person, children under 12 are free


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EVERY DAY EVENTS

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BREWERY TOUR 
Begins 12:30PM Daily
*** Due to social distancing restrictions, Barley Creek has temporarily suspended brewery tours. ***
Want the full Barley Creek experience? Join them for a brewery tour! Offered every day at 12:30PM, with tastings for guests 21 and over. They’ll even arrange a special tour just for your and your group – contact them with your request. 
BARLEY CREEK BREWING COMPANY
Tannersville – 1774 Sullivan Trail
(570) 629-9399
barleycreek.com

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CANDLE CARVING DEMOS 
10:00PM to 4:00PM
Watch the magic happen at House of Candles – ‘The Candle Shop Worth Finding!’ just minutes from The Crossings Outlets, on Route 715 near Henryville. Specializing in Hand Carved Candles, talented in-house artisans provide one of the largest hand carved candle selections available, a unique and personal memento to take home!
HOUSE OF CANDLES
Henryville – 3371 Route 715
(570) 629-1953
houseofcandles.com

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POTTERY DEMONSTRATIONS 
11:00AM Tuesday thru Friday
*** Call Ahead to Confirm ***
Holley Ross makes their own fine quality products at their on-site factory. The free pottery demonstrations show the steps involved from mixing the clay, slipcasting, firing the pieces, to the finished product. Come watch how your gifts were made!
HOLLEY ROSS POTTERY
LaAnna – 167 Route 191
(570) 676-3248
holleyross.com