Kick off November with a Little Outdoor Fun, Local Art, Live Music and Brunch
First things first: a little fun for the kids. Head down to The Arts Barn in Schuylkill Haven on Saturday and learn how to create a colorful Northern Lights masterpiece. On Saturday, stop by the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Kempton for Eagle Day. Make time on Sunday to meet some royalty at the Grand Bank in Ashley during their popular Princess Paint Party.
Save some time for a little exercise this weekend. Lace up for the Helping Hometown Heroes 5K at the Blakely Borough Recreational Complex on Saturday morning. Board the Bike Train all weekend in Jim Thorpe and pedal your way back along the scenic Lehigh Gorge Trail. And, on Sunday, join the ladies for a stunning, empowering hike along the Skyline Trail at the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary.
Friday night offers a trio of incredible entertainment options. Make your way to ShawneeCraft Brewing’s outdoor Beer Garden to catch the amazing StreetBox Strummer. Then, take in the Electric City’s local art scene during Scranton’s First Friday self-guided art walk. Or, stop by the Moonlite Drive-In and catch the big screen premiere of “F-Word,” a locally-produced feature film.
And, of course, put a cap on this epic weekend with a hearty, 21 and over brunch at Mountain View Vineyards, Winery, Brewery & Distillery in Stroudsburg.
Mark Your Calendars For:
Rhythm & Brews: StreetBox Strummer
Friday, November 6 at 7 p.m.
Head out to the Beer Garden at ShawneeCraft Brewing in Shawnee on the Delaware for a wild evening of socially-distanced rock n roll. Sing along with the popular, organic one-man band as he strums through hundreds of classic favorites.
First Friday Scranton
Friday, November 6 at 5 p.m.
Bundle up and take to the streets of Scranton for the city’s monthly, self-guided celebration of local artists. The art walk features selections from various art media inside the comfy confines of local restaurants, shops and galleries.
NEPA Film Premiere: “F-Word”
Friday, November 6 at 6:30 p.m.
NEPA gets the Hollywood treatment at West Wyoming’s Moonlite Drive-In. gates open at 5 p.m. for the locally-filmed production. Admission is a $5 donation or non-perishable food or personal care item. All proceeds will be donated to NEPA Youth Shelter.
Saturday, November 7 & Sunday, November 8 at 9:30 a.m.
All aboard the last Bike Train of the season! This scenic train ride will drop you and your bikes off at White Haven. Then you’ll cycle 25 miles back to Jim Thorpe along the Lehigh Gorge Trail. With its flat, gentle downgrade, this adventure is perfect for families with older children. Bike rentals are available.
Sunday, November 8 at 10 a.m.
Stop by the scenic Mountain View Vineyard, Winery, Brewery, & Distillery in Stroudsburg for an unforgettable brunch on their expansive enclosed patio. Menu options include choice of one mimosa, bloody Mary or beer.
Princess Paint Party
Sunday, November 8 at 11 a.m.
The Grand Bank in Ashley is giving kids the royal treatment. Children will get to meet Rapunzel, paint their own canvas and enjoy themed treats and activities. Space is limited, so book your tickets in advance.