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February 2020 Events

Saturday, February 29th at 1:00 pm

Waterfowl Watch

Green Lane Park • 215-234-4528

The calendar may still say “winter”, but spring migration for waterfowl is getting underway. Bundle up, grab your binoculars, and join us! We will visit 3 birding hotspots in Green Lane Park in search of ducks, geese, swans and more. Meet at tennis court parking lot, 2298 Green Lane Road. Group will caravan by car to other venues. Pre-registration required.

Ages: 9 & up, free.

March 2020 Events


Sunday, March 1st at 1:00 pm

Exhibit Talk: “Handicrafts in the Home”

Pennypacker Mills • 610-287-9349

Hear a special presentation on opening day of the new exhibit. See handicrafts made by the Pennypacker family from theorem paintings, embroidery pieces, quilts and more. Note: Talk will be held in second floor Gallery, which is not handicapped accessible. All ages; suggested donation $2 per person


Saturday, March 7th at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm

Maple Sugar Magic

Green Lane Park • 215-234-4528

Join us as we celebrate 32 years of Maple Sugaring in the park. We will demonstrate tree tapping, the boiling down of maple sap at our evaporator, and share stories of “sugaring off” in the old days. Visitors can compare the taste of pure maple syrup to commercial pancake syrup in a blind taste test.  Pure Pennsylvania Maple Syrup, cream, and candy will be available for purchase. Program meets at Hill Road Day Use Area, 2821 Hill Road.


Saturday, March 14th at 1:00 pm

Waterfowl Watch

Green Lane Park • 215-234-4528

Join us as we search the shores of the park for late-moving waterfowl. We never know what we’ll find at one of eastern Pennsylvania’s premier bird watching venues. Bring binoculars; meet at tennis court parking lot 2298 Green Lane Road. All ages; free.



Saturday, March 21st at 7:00 pm

Timberdoodle Time

Green Lane Park • 215-234-4528

Come out to the park just before dark to witness the amazing courtship flight of the American Woodcock. With such fanciful names as “Timberdoodle”, “Labrador Twister” and “Bog-sucker”, this bird has fascinated people for centuries. Bring a flashlight and meet at Red Trail parking lot 2005 Knight Road. Wear appropriate footwear, as ground may be muddy. Pre-registration required. Ages: 9 & up; free.


Sunday, March 22nd at 10:00 am

Yoga in the Park: Spring Equinox Celebration

Green Lane Park • 215-234-4528

Welcome, Spring!  Snow, Sleet, Rain or Shine—it’s all part of Spring in Pennsylvania!  Our yoga practice will be inspired and appropriate for Mother Nature’s display. Dress for the elements and bring your celebratory spirit!  Meet at the Deep Creek Stone Lodge, 2115 Snyder Road. All ages; $12 when you register in advance at;  $15 day of event.  



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