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.

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Through SEPTEMBER 18
GLEN EYRE EXPRESS 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM
Climb aboard for a quick trip to the former Erie Railroad Glen Eyre Station. This trip is approximately one hour leaving out of Hawley. It is a great way to relax with good friends on one of the historic restored coaches. It’s suggested to pre-purchase your tickets to guarantee your seat on the train when it arrives at the Hawley station. Call for detailed schedule. 
THE STOURBRIDGE LINE – HAWLEY STATION
Honesdale – 100 Main Avenue
(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 SEPTEMBER 18
POCONO EXPRESS Times vary – call for info
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. Train runs select Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. Call for departure times.
HONESDALE STATION
Honesdale – 812 Main St.
(570) 470-2697
thestourbridgeline.net

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THROUGH OCTOBER 1
WINE APPRECIATION SERIES
6:00PM to 7:30PM
Held on the first Friday of each month, this six-part series will grow your wine knowledge and educate your palate. A wine specialist will guide you through an in depth tour of four wines each class. Topics will include terroir, the wine making process, growing regions, proper tasting techniques, varietal identification and more. Each six-part series will have a centralized theme. Courses can be taken individually or as a full series. Those who complete the entire series will receive a certificate of completion. Reservations required. Check the website for dates and tasting information.
HARRY PACKER MANSION INN
Jim Thorpe – 19 Packer Avenue
(570) 325-8566 murdermansion.com
Price: $50/person individual classes; $250/person entire six-part series

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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.co
Price: $114.99/person (ages 13 and up)

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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 March 7th and 28th, April 18th, June 27th, July 11th, 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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TUESDAY AUGUST 3
TERRY FLATT “BIRDS ARE MAGIC” ART EXHIBIT
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
A founding member of the Pocono Photo Club, his exhibit focuses on Nature and Birds. This exhibit will run through August 31st. The art gallery at the Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 4:30pm and some Saturdays. (In August, the Center will be open Saturdays August 14th and 21st from 8am to 1pm)
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3060 mcconservation.org

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TUESDAY AUGUST 3
SHAWNEE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES featuring THE VILLAGE SAXOPHONE QUARTET
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
The Village Saxophone Quartet has established a reputation for musical excellence and versatility. Their styles vary from contemporary classical and jazz genres to refined sounds of a string quartet with rich harmonies of an organ prelude and the excitement of a Jazz Sax section. Bring a chair/blanket, follow recommended six-foot social distancing and enjoy free entertainment! Donations to the artists are greatly appreciated.
SHAWNEE INN & GOLF RESORT
Shawnee-on-Delaware – 100 Shawnee Inn Dr.
(800) 742-9633 shawneeinn.com

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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4
THE LADYBUG AND THE FIREFLY PUPPET SHOW
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Mary Benson of Harmony Hill Puppets has a BA in English from Rutgers University, and is certified in Elementary Education. She was a member of Dr. Neff’s Incredible Puppet Company, formerly a theater-in-residence at Glassboro College (now Rowan University) in Glassboro, NJ, for 5 years. She established Harmony Hill Puppet Theatre in 1995, and for 6 years led puppetry workshops in the L.I.F.E. After-school program for the School District of Lancaster, PA. Visit the website to learn more about the days activities. Families may arrive at any time for any portion of the children’s shows or workshops.
HARMONY IN THE WOODS OUTDOOR AMPITHEATRE
Hawley – 137 Welwood Ave.
(570) 588-8077 silkmillharmony.com

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THURSDAY AUGUST 5
2021 REGIONAL ROUNDUP BBQ ROUND IV
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Pocono Mountain Regional EMS 2021 Regional Roundup fundraiser at Skytop is ready to return! Enjoy an evening of music, dancing and great BBQ benefiting local nonprofit. Ask about sponsorship opportunities and ticket details at PMREMSRegionalRoundup@gmail.com today!
POCONO MOUNTAIN REGIONAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
at SKYTOP LODGE
Skytop – One Skytop Lodge Road
PMREMSRegionalRoundup@gmail.com

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FRIDAY AUGUST 6
26th DELAWARE RIVER SOJOURN
Times vary
The Sojourn is a guided paddling trip on the wild and scenic Delaware River, combining canoeing/kayaking, camping, educational programs, historical interpretation and more. It is for novice to experienced paddlers of all ages; participants can sign up for the whole event or for the sections or days of their choice. The purpose of the Sojourn is to heighten awareness of and appreciation for the Delaware River and its watershed, which flows through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Visit online for specific information on each day.
DELAWARE RIVER – VARIOUS LOCATIONS
(646) 205-2724 delawareriversojourn.com

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FRIDAY AUGUST 6 thru WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14
159th ANNUAL WAYNE COUNTY FAIR 9am/fairgrounds; noon-11pm/midway and rides
An agricultural fair building memories for 159 years. Pay one price includes parking and rides. Enjoy a huge midway with over 26 big-time rides, kiddie rides, games and fantastic fair food! It’s two large midways filled with down-to-earth agriculture events like horse, tractor, and truck pulls, kids pedal pulls and even a pony pull plus 4-H club shows and judging, car thrill shows, harness racing, fireworks, the always popular demolition derby, live entertainment daily and free grandstand shows that will have you dancin’ in the aisles.
WAYNE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
Honesdale – 270 Miller Dr.
(570) 253-5486 waynecountyfair.com
Price: $10/person (24 months and older), admission includes free parking and rides (must have wrist band to ride) and most grandstand shows

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FRIDAY AUGUST 6
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 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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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
BEST FRIENDS GIRL
Doors: 5pm; Showtime: 7pm
Best Friends Girl recreates the timeless hits of The Cars spanning a 35-year career, with over 23 million albums sold and having more than 22 songs on the Billboard top 100. The Cars undoubtedly left their mark in popular culture with notable hits like “Best Friends Girl,” “Shake It Up,” “Magic,” “Let’s Go” and of course, “Moving in Stereo” which gained notoriety from its placement in the movie “Fast Times at Ridgemont High.” Best Friends Girl is comprised of lifelong, top-notch, professional musicians whose goal is to keep the music of The Cars alive with every performance! Due to Covid-19 safety guidelines for social distancing, tickets will be sold in groups of two or four person pods. Concert attendees should bring a folding lawn or beach chair and will be required to operate in accordance with PA Department of Health and CDC guidelines.
ESSA BANK & TRUST PARK CONCERTS ON THE CREEK
HOSTED BY SHERMAN THEATER
Stroudsburg – 200 Palmer St.
(570) 420-2808 shermantheater.com
Price: $12.50-$20/person

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7 thru THURSDAY AUGUST 15
CORNFEST
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Do you LOVE fresh roasted corn? Head to Country Junction. Enjoy corn related food, fun in the outside village, paintball wagon and pony rides, arcade and more.
COUNTRY JUNCTION
Lehighton – Route 209, Forest Inn
(610) 377-5050 countryjunction.com
Call for pricing

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT
Call for Times
Come join the 2nd Annual Cornhole Tournament at Country Junction. Space is limited and registration is required (visit our website). Bring your family for a fun day out! Visit the free petting zoo and play fun-filled games in the arcade!
COUNTRY JUNCTION
Lehighton – Route 209, Forest Inn
(610) 377-5050 countryjunction.com
Visit website for registration and cost

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
PEEC DAY
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Join Pocono Environmental Education Center for PEEC Day, a free event featuring nature-themed programs, games, and watershed activities for kids and their families. Earn a chance to win free prizes and vouchers for future PEEC programs. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
PEEC
at THE LIBRARY OF THE SMITHFIELDS
East Stroudsburg – 5200 Milford Road
(570) 828-2319 peec.org

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
UNFORGETTABLE FIRE
Doors: 5pm; Showtime: 7pm
Unforgettable Fire (UF) was born on New Year’s Day in 1995 as one of the very first U2 tribute bands to ever perform in America. After twenty years of playing in some of the most prestigious venues on the East Coast, UF has formed a reputation among many to be one of the closest experiences to being at an actual live U2 show. The band does everything in their power (from wardrobe to lighting) to recreate the live U2 concert setting for their audiences. Due to Covid-19 safety guidelines for social distancing, tickets will be sold in groups of two or four person pods. Concert attendees should bring a folding lawn or beach chair and will be required to operate in accordance with PA Department of Health and CDC guidelines.
ESSA BANK & TRUST PARK CONCERTS ON THE CREEK
HOSTED BY SHERMAN THEATER
Stroudsburg – 200 Palmer St.
(570) 420-2808 shermantheater.com
Price: $12.50-$20/person

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
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.
AT COURTHOUSE SQUARE
Stroudsburg – 610 Monroe St.
monroefarmersmarket.com

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
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 thenMilford Community House.
MILFORD COMMUNITY HOUSE
Milford – 201 Broad St.
(570) 296-8700

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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! Events take place August 7; October 2 and 23; December 18.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
DAM RELEASE
Call for Times
Ready for a wild ride? Hang on tight and experience the thrill of Class III Whitewater on August 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, (tentative August 28th and 29th). With nearly 20 action-packed rapids like Snaggletooth and Cookie Monster, this ultimate whitewater trip is truly exhilarating! Call to book your trip! Finish off your high speed day with a zip line ride!
WHITEWATER RAFTING ADVENTURES
Nesquehoning – 101 West Adventure Trail Rd.
(570) 669-9127 adventurerafting.com
Price: $69.95/rafter

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
EDIBLE AND MEDICINAL PLANT WALK
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Nature provides food and natural remedies for us in the form of many plants. Head to PEEC for a hike focused on wild edible and medicinal plants. No collecting will be done in the park.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org
Price: $5/person

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SATURDAY AUGUST 7
GUIDED GREENHOUSE TOURS
11:00 AM and 1:00 PM
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/person; children under 12 free

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SUNDAY AUGUST 8
NATURE WALK 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Take a hike with one of PEEC’s knowledgeable staff and learn about the forests. You never know what exactly you’ll find out there, so don’t be afraid to ask plenty of questions along the way.
POCONO ENV. ED. CTR.
Dingmans Ferry – 538 Emery Rd.
(570) 828-2319 peec.org

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MONDAY AUGUST 9
CARBON COUNTY FAIR
4-10pm/Weekdays; 2-10pm/Saturday
Family-oriented fair with agricultural displays, great food, rides, arena events and musical entertainment. Ride specials daily. Musical entertainment is included with entry fee. Parking is free.
CARBON COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS
Palmerton – 3285 Little Gap Rd.
(570) 657-7128 carboncountyfair.com
Price: Only $5 everyday for everyone 6 years and older

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MONDAY AUGUST 9
ANNUAL “ON & UNDER THE DELAWARE” RIVER CLEAN-UP

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area will host the 30th Annual “On and Under the Delaware River Clean Up”. Kittatinny Canoes sponsors the event that routinely brings together more than 100 dedicated volunteers over the course of two days to help keep the Delaware River clean. Volunteers will paddle 8- to 10-mile sections of the river picking up trash from the shorelines, islands, and the river bottom along the way. Kittatinny Canoes provides breakfast, dinner, canoes, life jackets, trash bags, and transportation. Volunteers should bring lunch, snacks, plenty of drinking water, sunscreen, work gloves, and a hat and wear sturdy shoes that can get wet. Clean up will take place in Barryville, NY on August 9th and Matamoras, PA on August 10th. Space is limited for volunteers, so call to book today!
KITTATINNY CANOES
Milford – 378 Route 209 & Route 6
(800) 356-2852 kittatinny.com

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TUESDAY AUGUST 10
SHAWNEE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES featuring ROY RAMOS
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Roy’s repertoire is astounding. Patriotic songs for an American holiday, island vibe for a pool party, Oldies for baby boomers, songs from the 1940’s or 50’s for the aging. All performed with energy and joy! Roy Ramos has been singing and playing guitar for over 25 years. The Community Concert Series is Shawnee’s gift to the community. Concerts are held rain or shine. We kindly ask our audience to bring their own chairs or blanket and practice 6 ft social distancing. Donations to the artist are greatly appreciated. Bring a chair/blanket, follow recommended six-foot social distancing and enjoy free entertainment! Donations to the artists are greatly appreciated.
SHAWNEE INN & GOLF RESORT
Shawnee-on-Delaware – 100 Shawnee Inn Dr.
(800) 742-9633 shawneeinn.com

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FRIDAY AUGUST 13
CHRISTIAN PORTER BAND
Doors: 6pm; Showtime: 7:30pm
Christian Porter is a singer/songwriter from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He became interested in music after learning to play the piano at a very young age, which helped inspire him to pursue other musical instruments such as guitar, drums, bass, ukulele and mandolin. By the time he was 14, Christian started playing the guitar, which is what ignited his passion to create music full-time. The success of his music has led to opening gigs for Bo Bice, Thriving Ivory, Dawes, Ryan Cabrera, We The Kings and Gavin Degraw, in addition to various gigs at numerous bars, clubs, coffee houses, restaurants and more across the nation. Due to Covid-19 safety guidelines for social distancing, tickets will be sold in groups of two or four person pods. Concert attendees should bring a folding lawn or beach chair and will be required to operate in accordance with PA Department of Health and CDC guidelines.
ESSA BANK & TRUST PARK CONCERTS ON THE CREEK
HOSTED BY SHERMAN THEATRE
Stroudsburg – 200 Palmer St.
(570) 420-2808 shermantheater.com
Price: $12.50-$20/person
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SATURDAY AUGUST 14
KETTLE CREEK FOR ADULTS
10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Are you a ‘grown up’ who still feels like a kid at heart? Do you sometimes feel like the stressors of modern-day life have dulled your primal instincts? Join Matt for this program for adults only. In our time, we’ll be rediscovering what makes being out in nature so awesome and how we can use it to better our everyday lives. Must Pre-register by calling 570-629-3061.
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org
Price: $6/non-members, EE Center members are free.
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SUNDAY AUGUST 15
LAKESIDE LIVE 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Pull up on your boat and safely enjoy live music! Grab your takeout lunch, dinner, beer, wine or new cocktails to go from The Dock . PDF File and enjoy on your boat while you listen to live music every Saturday and Sunday during the summer. The event is weather dependent. Check Facebook for cancellations before you get on your boat. Note masks are required for service and please call to order (570) 226-2124.
SILVER BIRCHES RESORT
Hawley / Lake Wallenpaupack – 205 Route 507
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org

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SUNDAY AUGUST 15
MILFORD FARMERS MARKET
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
The Milford Farmers Market is sponsored by Air Soil Water. Stop by and shop for local good. The market is held rain or shine.
COLUMNS MUSEUM
Milford – 608 Broad St.
(201) 753-0093 milfordpa.us/event/milford-farmers-market-6-27/

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TUESDAY AUGUST 17
SHAWNEE COMMUNITY CONCERT SERIES featuring JUGGERNAUT STRING BAND
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Juggernaut String Band runs on a high octane blend of swamp rock; bluegrass; Cajun; Irish and Mardi Gras music. Pete rocks the banjo, fiddle, and vocals with Cat Burbage on drum kit, bass, and vocals, Vid Ryan on bass and guitar, and Chuck Kraakevik on sax. The Community Concert Series is Shawnee’s gift to the community. Concerts are held rain or shine. We kindly ask our audience to bring their own chairs or blanket and practice 6 ft social distancing. Donations to the artist are greatly appreciated. Bring a chair/blanket, follow recommended six-foot social distancing and enjoy free entertainment! Donations to the artists are greatly appreciated.
SHAWNEE INN & GOLF RESORT
Shawnee-on-Delaware – 100 Shawnee Inn Dr.
(800) 742-9633 shawneeinn.com

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TUESDAY AUGUST 18
GUIDED TANNERSVILLE BOG WALK
10:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Wednesdays through September 8, Kettle Creek offers weekly walks through the Tannersville Bog. Walks are guided by an Environmental Educator who will teach you about this unique boreal bog, owned by the Nature Conservancy and filled with bird songs and interesting insect eating plants. Participants will meet at the Bog parking lot at 10am. Directions: Route 611, at the light at the Tannersville Inn turn onto Cherry Lane Road. The parking lot is 1.9 miles on your right from Route 611. Wear appropriate footwear for walking in the woods and through fields. Pre-registration required. Masks must be worn throughout the duration of the walk. To pre-register, please call the E. E. Center at (570) 629-3061, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and some Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
KETTLE CREEK ENV. ED. CTR.
Stroudsburg – 8050 Running Valley Rd.
(570) 629-3061 mcconservation.org
Price: $5/person, exact cash or check

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FRIDAY AUGUST 20
CABINET
Doors: 5pm; Showtime: 7pm
Cabinet says, “We were just kids having fun, experimenting and making music with each other…still are!” Cabinet wears their influences like badges, honoring the canon of roots, rock, reggae, psychedelia, blues, bluegrass, country, and folk, weaving these sounds into a patchwork Americana quilt. But this music isn’t romanticizing or rehashing the past. Cabinet makes its mark on today. Due to Covid-19 safety guidelines for social distancing, tickets will be sold in groups of two or four person pods. Concert attendees should bring a folding lawn or beach chair and will be required to operate in accordance with PA Department of Health and CDC guidelines.
POCONO MOUNTAIN VOLUNTEER FIRE CO. CARNIVAL GROUNDS
HOSTED BY SHERMAN THEATRE
Mt. Pocono – 20 Murray St.
(570) 420-2808 shermantheater.com
Price: $38.75-$50/person

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RECURRING 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