Get ready for Stony Rail Trail Event at Sweet Arrow Lake County clubhouse on Oct. 18:
For nature lovers and avid historians, the stony valley Rail Trail Event happening at the Sweet Arrow Lake County clubhouse, near Pine Grove on Oct. 18, Tuesday sharp at 7 p.m. is a must watch opportunity. Brandy Watts Martin, the celebrated historian will be hosting this event to highlight the history and nature along the Stony Valley Rail-Trail in half-hour slideshow presentation to guide the participants through the 19.5-mile rail trail in counties such as Lebanon, Schuylkill, and Dauphin in Pennsylvania state.
Learn Turkey Management skills via a webinar session in Pennsylvania on October 18,2016:-
Pennsylvania Game Commission is going to organize a webinar on how to guide turkey management professionals in Pennsylvania scheduled to be held on October 18, 2016. The seminar will be organized by Mary Jo Casalena, the celebrated Wild turkey biologist. During the presentation, Casalena will be explaining how fall & spring hunting season regulations will help the commission manage Pennsylvania’s abundant wild turkey population by sharing their experience for the fall season. If that sounds exciting enough then just follow this link to register for the webinar session on Wild Turkey Management Skills.
The Magical Trail program on Oct. 20-21, 2016 at Wildwood Park, Harrisburg
The Wildwood Park, Harrisburg will be hosting a Magical Trail program on talking animals & campfie scheduled to take place on Oct. 20-21, 2016, Thursday & Friday sharp at 6 and 7 p.m. The registration fee for the program will be $7 per child. Call 717-221-0292 to pre-register your kids for the scheduled program.
Don’t miss out on Past, Present, and Future program to be held at Capital Area Greenbelt. The program is being organized by Patty Landis, president of the Capital Area Greenbelt Association sharp at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016.
Kids can discover a program on leaves on Sunday, Oct. 30 sharp at 1:30 p.m. Call 717-221-0292 to pre-register your child for the program. The pre-registration fee is $5 per child. If that’s exciting enough for you then visit www.wildwoodlake.org to pre-register for any of the above-mentioned programs.
Junior Naturalists & Senior Walkabout program at Governor Dick Environmental Center
Both Childrens and Adults can expect some fun time at Governor Dick Environmental Center, Mt. Gretna. On Saturday, Oct. 22, the venue will host a Junior Naturalists program for children aged 4-10 sharp at 1 p.m. to be followed-up by Senior Walkabout event that will have participants walking at an easy pace up to a distance of 2-4 miles scheduled to take place on Sunday, Oct. 23 sharp at 1:30 p.m. The registration fees for the Junior Naturalists program is per $5 per child. If this seems exciting enough, you can register for the scheduled programs by calling us on 717-964-3808.
Field to Fork event to be held on Oct. 22-23 at Cabela’s, Hamburg
All the Meat & Sausage lovers will have something to cheer about as Field to Fork event is going to take place on both Saturday & Sundays, Oct. 22-23. at Cabela’s, Hamburg. On the first day of the event ie on Oct 22,2016, Saturday at noontime, Cabela’s staff will be doing a demo presentation showcasing the wild game processing equipment and techniques. Cabela’s staff will be presenting a demo sharp at 2 p.m. on meat grinding & sausage making techniques while Rick Fetrow will be presenting a demo on processing a deer. On Sunday at noon time, there will be a seminar on Food dehydration techniques which will be followed by a staff demo presentation on meat grinding and sausage making which is scheduled at sharp 2 p.m.
That’s all folks!!!