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Our ribbon cutting ceremony will be on Saturday around 10AM. We will have a sale and special raffles and giveaways going on along with demos from Husqvarna equipment.
We will continue so stock lumber and building materials, along with hardware, electrical, plumbing, housewares, paint, lawn & garden, outdoor power equipment and even pet supplies!
Photo updated. The recycling bins have been removed.
At the Barrett Township Supervisor meeting on Wednesday September 27, the supervisors made a motion to shut down the Recycling Center in front of the Maintenance Department on Sand Spring Road.
To Whom it may Concern:
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Date: October 1, 2017
Location: at the old Weiler Fitness building (Park at the Cresco Station Museum)
The ceremony will revolve around a "flood marker" to commemorate the flood of 1955.
IF YOU GO: A Bug’s-eye View of Twilight
WHEN: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16
WHERE: Skywood Park off Route 191 North, Paradise Valley
COST: Free, but registration is required and limited.
DETAILS: Suitable for elementary-age children, who must be accompanied by parent or guardian. Families are welcome to bring a picnic supper at 5:30 and enjoy views over the Delaware River watershed to Delaware Water Gap. This conserved land protects the pure, safe waters of Cranberry and Paradise creeks.
IF YOU GO
Join hike leader Carol Hillestad for this challenging hike of about 5 miles. A shorter option will be offered (see below).
WHEN: 10 a.m. Saturday, September 23, 2017
WHERE: Meet at Paradise-Price Preserve, Henry’s Crossing Road. Take Route 191 in Paradise Valley to Cranberry Creek Road. From Cranberry Creek Road, take Henry’s Crossing Road. When you cross the railroad tracks, the trailhead is on your right. If you wish, bring a snack to enjoy at the falls.
SHORTER HIKE OPTION: An easy, 1-mile round-trip walk is planned for 10 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, at this preserve. No view of the falls, but we will see a large glacial split rock and enjoy a leisurely walk in the early fall woods.
COST: Free; registration is required.
INFORMATION: Call 570-839-1120 or 570-629-2727; email email@example.com. For information about this and other hikes in the free Get Outdoors Poconos series, go to brodheadwatershed.org/gopoconos. The hike series is administered by Brodhead Watershed Association and supported by a grant from the William Penn Foundation.
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