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20 Can’t Miss Events in March 2021

Bring on Spring with Tons of Safe, Seasonal Fun All March Long

Here we are at that awkward time of year again. Winter – we love you. Thanks for all that wonderful snow and the memories. Unfortunately, it’s time for us to part. Sure, we’ll hit those slopes one more time. We’ll do a little more snow tubing. And we will definitely swing by NEPA’s incredible parks for a few more snowy, scenic hikes. But, dear friend, it’s nearly springtime. And we’re more than ready for longer, warmer days, greener trees and sunshine. 

By mid-March, we’re movin’ on. NEPA’s downtown shops are calling. So, too, are all those adorable neighborhood cafesWe’ve got golf to play, fish to catch, horses to ride and some sloppy, muddy trails to hit.  

The start of a new season in NEPA means we’ve got new things to do and plenty of new places to see. From brewery tours to wine trails to undersea adventuresour never-ending list of awesome amenities never gets old. 

Look out for safe, socially-distant fun on our comprehensive events page. And make it a March to remember with this convenient can’t miss list. 

March Events in NEPA:

  • Trivia Night at Kol Steakhouse

    March 4

    Put your knowledge to the test at Kol Steakhouse in Carbondale. They host their popular Trivia Night on the first Thursday of every month. The winners receive a $25 gift card.

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  • First Friday Scranton

    March 5

    Discover the Electric City’s art scene at this free, monthly event. You’ll find art exhibits and live music throughout the downtown restaurants, shops and galleries.

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  • A Proud Monkey

    March 6

    Rock out at Penn’s Peak with this awesome Dave Matthews tribute show. They’ll play all the hits in a safe, socially distanced setting. Capacity is limited, so make sure to book your tickets early.

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  • First Saturday Studio Walk

    March 6

    Meet local artists and check out the latest exhibits at the Walk In Art Center in Schuylkill Haven. Come explore the studio space and galleries at this free, monthly event.

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  • Shawnee Mountain’s First Annual Bigfoot Race

    March 7

    As if running wasn’t tough enough, Shawnee Mountain challenges you to race to the top of the mountain… in snowshoes. Sign up for a wildly fun scramble up the slopes. Snowshoe rentals are available first come, first served.

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  • Virtual International Women’s Day

    March 8

    Dress for Success of Luzerne County and the Greater Wyoming Valley Chamber are hosting a Zoom talk with renown chef and author Aliza Green. She’ll discuss her inspiring career and the lessons she learned along the way.

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  • The Celtic Martins

    March 13

    Celebrate St. Paddy’s with this lively Celtic concert and Irish step dancing show at the Tamaqua Community Arts Center. Seating is socially distanced, and tickets are limited, so make sure to grab your spot.

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  • Luck of the Library Online Auction

    March 13 & 14

    Try your luck and bid on artwork, gift cards, home goods, jewelry and more at this two-day virtual auction. Proceeds will benefit the Pittston Memorial Library.

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  • Riverdance – On Screen at the Dietrich

    March 14 & 17

    Get into to the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with a special showing of Riverdance at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock. This 25th anniversary performance will bring their iconic music and step dancing to life on the big screen.

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  • Call of Duty: Warzone / Rumble in SOLOS

    March 18

    Electric City Esports is hosting an online Call of Duty Tournament complete with giveaways and cash prizes. The format is a three-hour race with the best out of three matches. Players must be 18 or older to enter.

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  • Kid-Approved Parents’ Night Out

    March 19

    Camp Orchard Hill in Dallas is hosting a night of pizza, games and fun for children ages 4-13. The kids will have a blast while you get some well-deserved “me time.” Health screenings are required at check-in, and COVID precautions are in place.

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  • It’s a Spring Thing Indoor Marketplace

    March 20

    Start your spring shopping at the Friedman JCC in Kingston. This vendor fair will feature locally made crafts, jewelry, wine, treats, gifts and more.

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  • Stalingrad XV

    March 20

    Gear up for an epic paintball battle at Skirmish in Albrightsville. Choose your side and join this annual WWII scenario game for the ultimate adrenaline rush.

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  • Salamanders, Frogs, and More!

    March 20 & 28

    Bring the kids to search for some cool creatures at the Pocono Environmental Education Center in Dingmans Ferry. You’ll learn all about amphibians, then head into the woods to find them in the wild.

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  • Winter’s End 4.5-Mile Run

    March 21

    Dust off those sneakers for the season. The Wyoming Valley Striders are kicking off their first race of the year on the Susquehanna Warrior Trail. The race will chip-timed with a staggered start.

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  • Hypnotist Dinner & Show

    March 26

    Join Silver Birches in Hawley for a night of fine food and hilarious fun. You’ll enjoy a four-course dinner, followed by a performance by comedian and hypnotist Denny More.

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  • Art in Bloom

    March 26 & 27

    The Everhart Museum in Scranton is hosting their annual floral exhibit with a bit of a twist. The celebration begins on March 26 with a virtual VIP preview and entertainment by Scranton Fringe. The festivities continue in-person on March 27 with gallery tours, take-home activities and more.

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  • Hak4Kidz

    March 27

    Kids and young adults can explore the world of STEM, ethical hacking and cyber security at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds. Come check out guest speakers, special workshops and more. Tickets are free, but registration is required.

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  • Easter Egg Express

    March 27 & 28

    Take the kids for a ride down the Bunny Trail with the Stourbridge Line in Honesdale. This two-hour trip includes a stop for an egg hunt and a special visit from the Easter Bunny.

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  • Easter Bunny Trains

    March 27 & 28

    All aboard for a fun, family-friendly ride on the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway in Jim Thorpe. The kids will get to meet the Easter Bunny, while parents can soak up the springtime scenery of the Pocono Mountains.

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