Multi-day Events

miss elly's antiques & such
Miss Elly’s Antiques & Such

Wild Week at Ledges Hotel | Glass Wine. Bar. Kitchen is hosting a week of “wild” offerings from Wednesday, April 19th through Sunday, April 23rd. Special menu items will be featured all week!  (570) 226-1337

10 am to 5 pm – Antiques are Green – Save some Green! at Miss Elly’s Antiques & Such | Save 20% on antiques with the color green on them! PLUS, a free fact sheet on preserving and caring for your heirlooms and treasures available. 518 Church St. (570) 226-7513

10:30 am, 12:30, 1, 2, 3 pm, Fri.-Sun. – Recycle Glass | Watch old found glass & broken bottles be melted and turned into wearable beads at B. Madigan Jewelry, 324 Main Ave. (570) 561-3629. FREE! 

 

Adventures at your leisure from dawn to dusk…

Friday, April 21

Photo Credit: Kate Ter Haar / Flickr
Photo Credit: Kate Ter Haar / Flickr

3-6 pm – Route 6 Clean-up |  What better way to celebrate than by to beautify and clean up our town! Meet at 3 pm in Bingham Park.

Bermuda Triangle Dinner Theater at Silver Birches Resort |  Cocktails 5:30 pm, dinner 6:30 pm, show 8:30 pm. $40 per person.

6 pm – Grateful Dead Night (live music) at Glass Wine. Bar. Kitchen at Ledges Hotel with “The Village Idiots”

8 pm to 12 am – 30 Pack Lite at Silver Birches Resort

9:30 pm to 12:30 am – Public Display of Rejection at The Boathouse

 

Saturday, April 22

Various Times – All Natural Wood Stain at Doodles & Such| Learn how to make wood stains using natural materials at 121 Main Ave. (570) 390-4490. FREE! 

10 am to 1 pm - Find a Tale at the Hawley Library | Michelle Oram hosts an interactive reading of her book “Songs of the Woods.” After this, Ramona Jan will host a show of repurposed marionettes!

I <3 Earth!
I <3 Earth!

11 am to 4 pmEnvironmental Expo in Bingham Park | Demonstrations, Exhibits & More!

1 pm - Join a March for Science: The #WildHawley Parade around the park. Awards are announced at the end of the parade route. Register in advance here. FREE!

1-4 pm - Earthfest Jam | Enjoy the melodic tunes of a jam hosted by Robert Tellefsen for Hawley Earth Fest at the Bingham Park bandstand! Bring an instrument and join in! This is a collaborative opportunity. FREE!

5 pm – Vegan Buffet Dinner and Organic Wines at Cocoon Coffee Shop | One glass of wine included with dinner. $39+ per person. 1 Silk Mill Drive. (570) 226-6130

5 pm – Earth Night! Salamander Sally at Promised Land State Park | Spotted salamanders are laying their eggs in vernal pool right about now. Come join us on a salamander hunt to find some of these six inch long amphibians and their egg masses! 100 Lower Lake Rd, Greentown, PA

Lake sunset
Lake Wallenpaupack
Photo credit: Jenna Mauder, NaturED

6-9 pm – Jason Merrill, Bob Wilson and Gabby Borges (live music) at the Fairview Cafe

8 pm - Heather Malony at Harmony Presents | 8 Silk Mill Drive. (570) 588-8077. $19 ADV, $20 GA. Tickets available at harmonypresents.com.

8 pm – Earth Night! Night Hike at Promised Land State Park | Play night games, call out some owls, and search for nocturnal wildlife to get comfortable being outdoors at night! Bring a flashlight. 100 Lower Lake Rd, Greentown, PA

9 pm to 12 am – Silver Meteor at Daisy n Dukes

9 pm to 1 am – Kenny and Jon at Silver Birches Resort

 

Sunday, April 23

Who will come a-knockin'?
Who will come a-knockin’?

Explore the Pocono Lake Region’s fantastic overlooks, hiking and walking trails, historic landmarks and shopping districts! See what’s coming up at www.visithawleypa.com.

8 am – Earth Day Festival Birding & Breakfast | The NEPA Aududon Society leads a one-hour plant and bird walk at Shuman Point natural area, followed by breakfast at The Settler’s Inn. Space is limited! To reserve your spot, e-mail audubonworks@gmail.com or call 570-253-9250.

10:30 am to 12:30 pm – Drug Take-Back Event at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church | Properly dispose of prescription medications to keep them out of our children’s hands, and protect our waterways! 405 Church St

12 pm – Spring Stretch & Sketch at Lacawac Sanctuary | Relax and have fun on a guided hike where you’ll learn about Lacawac and some basics of how to sketch what’s around you.  Ages 14+. Registration appreciated. $10 Public – $5 Members.