Scroll down to view our 2016 seasonal programs. For more information on our public programs, contact us at 570-689-9494 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We invite you to participate in activities that celebrate the outdoors, such as our hiking, our educational workshops and lectures, nature presentations, music concerts and bird watching. And if you value what Lacawac offers our community and our region, we hope you will consider becoming a member. Find a program that’s right for you or try something new – but don’t miss these exciting opportunities:
Bird-Watching on the Water Saturday, Sept. 17 8-11 a.m.
Join experts from Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society for an early morning paddle on Lake Lacawac. Enjoy a bagel breakfast in the historic Watres Lodge. Boats and lifejackets are provided; personal lifejackets may be used. Registration limited. Cost: $15 Members: $10
Join historian Roy Chesseri for a guided paddle on Lake Lacawac. Get a glimpse into the vision behind Lacawac’s 50 year history as well as founder, Arthur Watres’ vision for research, education and public enjoyment. Boats and lifejackets are provided; personal lifejackets may be used. Registration limited. Cost: $15 Members: $10
Anniversary Tea and Tour Sunday, Sept. 25 2-4 p.m.
Celebrate Lacawac Sanctuary’s 50th anniversary in the hundred-year-old Watres lodge. Step back in time during a guided tour through the lodge and discover its fascinating story. Relax with others over tea and a selection of refreshments sure to please. Bringing the love of nature to life is at the foundation of the property’s historical roots, so enjoy a stroll outside before or after your tea. Space is limited; reservations required. Cost: $15 Make Reservations: Call 570-689-9494 or Email email@example.com
Wallenpaupack Shoreline Hike Saturday, Oct. 8 9 a.m. to noon
Take in the view during this 3-mile guided hike to the Wallenpaupack shoreline. By maintaining the natural and scenic integrity of its shoreline and surrounding forests, Lake Wallenpaupack is a leading example of nature and man coexisting. Wear sturdy shoes. Registration appreciated. Cost: $5 Members: Free
Autumn Evening with Bats Saturday, Oct. 29 6:30-8 p.m.
Join a National Park Service biologist to learn how white-nose syndrome (WNS) affects bats and why bat conservation is important. Participants will be able to see the echolocation calls of bats flying overhead as they are recorded using acoustic monitoring equipment. Registration appreciated. Cost: $5 Members: Free
Veterans Freedom Hike Friday, Nov. 11 3-5 p.m.
This historic hike and tour of Lacawac Sanctuary leads participants to a National Natural Landmark and Historic Place. Wear comfortable shoes; great for all ages. Registration appreciated. Cost: $5 Members and veterans: Free
Lacawac’s historic 1903 Watres Lodge will be dressed for the upcoming Christmas season while you enjoy a variety of baked goods and finger foods with seasonal tea. Experience the beauty of this summer estate and hunting lodge with a guided tour. Register in advance – seating is limited. Cost: $15 Make Reservations: Call 570-689-9494 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lacawac Sanctuary Biological Field Station and Environmental Education Center 94 Sanctuary Road, Lake Ariel PA 18436 www.lacawac.org email@example.com - 570.689.9494