Trains depart at 12:30 p.m. with an expected return time of 3 p.m. Tentatively powered by historic diesel locomotive.
This indie duo from Boston performs on guitar and cello with vocal harmonies. Its "urban Americana" sound has been compared to contemporary artists Bon Iver and The Milk Carton Kids.
Acts slated to perform include Rogue Chimp, Russello Project, Pale Green Stars, Omnitial, Eye on Attraction, Jung Bergo, Gypsy Wagon, Skip Monday, Empire in Decline, Bonejack, Signs & Wonders, Mock Sun, Family Animals. Second Stage hosted by Camp Rattler with acts TBA. Free camping; BYOB. Also find food and craft vendors.
The Lackawanna County Department of Arts and Culture sponsors a series of free programs offering a variety of arts activities to children at county parks. Rain or shine.
Featuring live music by Poison Love with Caller Laurie B., and of course, dancing. Beginners welcome.
Meal includes dinner, dessert, and drink. Eat in or take out.
The Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority presents this annual non-competitive, family-friendly event with routes running to and from the park along the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail through the Lackawanna Valley and into the Endless Mountains on the Delaware and Hudson Rail-Trail. An all-day "Trail Town" festival will offer live music, food, bike safety and repair demonstrations, outdoor living vendors, local nonprofit group exhibits, and basket raffles.
Experience national, regional and International blues bands on the 350-acre family farm. Rain or shine. Mississippi-style barbecue available for purchase. Also find artists and vendors, free hayrides, and camping. One or two-day tickets available with or without camping. Save on advance purchase.
Take a three-mile round trip ride across the Lackawanna River to the University of Scranton and back at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m.; 1:30 and 2:35 p.m. Sunday's schedule includes Nay Aug Limited runs.
Enjoy live music, free trolley rides, and hors d'oeuvres and beverages at participating venues at this monthly artwalk.
Watch the chefs work at this outdoor barbecue patio boasting some of the most famous ribs in the region.
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