Spend the evening enjoying music and entertainment in Hawley, PA!
10 am to 3 pm - Mask Making at the Hawley Library | Your local youth librarians will have mask making materials out for you to create your Species Parade costume! Materials are available starting Tuesday, April 21 for the week. Nature themed picture books and local natural history books are available to enjoy at the library or to sign out. Library hours found here.
*Visit the Farm Market Friday afternoon and shop local!
8:30 pm - Comedy Night at Cocoon | Produced By Harmony- Presents – Tickets Here
9 pm to midnight – Harkland performs in the pub live at Ehrhardt’s Waterfront.
10 am to 3 pm – Environmental Expo in Bingham Park | Live animals, Demonstrations, Exhibits & More!
10 am to 3 pm – Enjoy the melodic tunes of an Acoustic Mini-Jam for Hawley Earth Fest at the Bingham Park bandstand!
10 am to 1 pm - Stop into the Hawley Library | Your local youth librarians will have mask making materials out for you! Nature themed picture books and local natural history books are available to enjoy at the library or to sign out.
1 pm – “For the Love of Birds” at the Hawley Senior Center | According to a new report, changes in our climate will threaten the survival of more than half of the 588 bird species in the United States and Canada before the turn of the century. This presentation by Barbara Leo of the NEPA Audubon Society will help make it clear about what needs to be done and how you can help.
3:30-6 pm - Little Sparrow and the Eagles at the Ritz Theater | Musical performance by Little Sparrow is followed by Bill Streeter’s live birds of prey presentation. Tickets Here
8 pm – Classically Influenced NewGrass with Harpeth Rising | Produced by Harmony Presents – Tickets Here
4 to 11pm – Local dining & music at area restaurants.
Explore the Pocono Lake Region’s fantastic overlooks, hiking and walking trails, historic landmarks and shopping districts!
- Explore downtown Hawley and see what’s coming up at www.visithawleypa.com.
- Lacawac Sanctuary has many trails open to the public from dawn to dark.
- Enjoy the Riverwalk Trail along Bingham Park
- Overlook beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack while taking the Wallenpaupack Lake Trail
- Boy Scouts maintain the Wallenpaupack Tree Trail near the Wallenpaupack Middle School
- Browning Beaver Meadow Sanctuary is a 78-acre preserve owned and maintained by the NEPA Aududon Society