HOWARD - Bald Eagle State Park would like to announce the following park programs open to the public. All programs are free unless otherwise noted. For more information on park programs, contact the Environmental Education Specialist, Nick Thomas, at (814) 625-2775.
Tuesday, March 9
Nature for Toddlers
10 to 11:30 a.m.
Don't let your young child miss out on nature. Bring them out to this interactive program designed for children aged 3-5 years old.
Activities will include a variety of programming including basic crafts, stories, short walks and nature games which could take place inside or outside.
Dress for the weather. This is the last of a three-month winter series just for young toddlers. Meet at the Environmental Learning Center.
Wednesday, March 17
Signs of Spring Hike
10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Spring is just around the corner and there is proof in the natural world. Join the park naturalist for a hike that will open your eyes to the less recognized signs of spring.
Participants will be walking at least a mile on uneven surfaces.
Meet at the Environmental Learning Center.
AUSTIN - Come to Sinnemahoning State Park and enjoy the following activities. The park is surrounded by Elk State Forest and is located in Austin, Cameron County. For more information on the following events, contact park naturalist Jackie Flynn or Janet Colwell at (814) 647-8401.
Saturday, Feb. 27
Bring the family for a walk through the quiet winter woods of Sinnemahoning State Park. Search for tracks and other signs of animal activity, and learn about adaptations that allow plants and animals to survive the harsh winter conditions.
Meet at the 40 Maples Day-Use Area.
Dress for the weather - boots and gloves are recommended. Call the park for more information.
MIFFLINBURG - The following activities will take place at R.B. Winter State Park. For more information, call Environmental Education Specialist MaryAnn Bierly at (570) 966-1455. Most programs are free unless an equipment rental fee is specified.
WATERVILLE - The following program will be taking place at Little Pine State Park during the month of September. For more information, contact John Kaercher at (570) 753-6000.
RENOVO - All programs at Kettle Creek will begin at the Nature Center in the lower campground, unless otherwise noted. All ages are welcome (except those listed as age specific). Parents, please accompany children under 10 to share the fun. Dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear if the program calls for a hike or creek program. On hikes, insect repellent is suggested. Contact the park naturalist, Evan Elliott, at (814) 435-5000 for more information.
PHILIPSBURG - The following activities will be taking place at Black Moshannon, located nine miles east of Philipsburg on PA Route 504 in Centre County. For information on any activities, email email@example.com or call the park office at (814) 342-5960.
BENTON - The following activities will take place at Ricketts Glen State Park, located on State Route 487 in Benton, Luzerne County. For more information, contact Judy Adamic at 477-7780.
CROSS FORK - All programs at Ole Bull will begin at the amphitheater unless otherwise noted. All ages are welcome (except those listed as age specific). Parents, please accompany children under 10 to share the fun. Dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear if the program calls for a hike or creek program. On hikes, insect repellent is suggested. Contact the park naturalist, Evan Elliott, at (814) 435-5000 for more information.
HYNER - Come to Hyner Run State Park and enjoy the following activities. Any questions, please call the office at (570) 753-6000, or email John Kaercher at firstname.lastname@example.org. All of the following programs will be held outside the pool area.