Discover E: Animal Tracks!, Kinzua Bridge State Park
Are your kids interested in nature and looking for something different to do this winter? The Kinzua Bridge State Park invites parents and their children to this Discover E: Animal Tracks program for kids aged 4 - 8. The program is designed to help children learn about their natural world. The program may include: hands-on activities, stories, special presentations, crafts and games.
Registration is required and can be done by calling the Park office at (814) 778-5467. There is a $1 fee for this program.
Parents, please dress your children in layers so they may be in the Visitor Center Classroom and also go outdoors for a short walk.
(Programming is subject to modification or cancellation at the discretion of park staff.)
Kinzua Bridge State Park Visitor Center, 296 Viaduct Road, Mt. Jewett, PA 16740, USA
Sat 18th Jan
Theater Games SmART Workshop, UPB
The Theater Games SmART Workshop is for children in pre-K through fourth grade and their families. The cost is $5 per family at time of registration.
For more information or to sign-up in advance contact Courtney Mealy at 814-362-5027 or email email@example.com.
138 Blaisdell Hall, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Drive, Bradford, PA 16701
Sat 18th Jan
Adventures on the Big Blue Marble, Pfeiffer Nature Center
The differences between Belize City, Belize and Churchill, Canada are striking and numerous. One City is located in a tropical rainforest while the other exists in a subarctic climate. It is what they have in common however, that is the focus of this presentation. Both communities rely very heavily on eco-tourism to support their economies and their conservation efforts. Join Pfeiffer Nature Center Program Coordinator Bev Jones and nature enthusiast Barb Busack as they share their adventures to these unique and beautiful parts of the world. This presentation is free for members, $5 for non-members and free for children 13 and under. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Register by Tuesday, Jan. 16th or at the time of the program. Sign-up on the website at www.pfeiffernaturecenter.org or contact the office at (716) 933-0187.
Portville Free Library, 2 N Main St, Portville, NY 14770, USA
Sat 18th Jan
Winter in the Wilds Chili Cook-off at CJ Spirits
Enjoy the sparkle off the snowbanks from the sun’s reflection while listening to live musical entertainment from 1 to 4 p.m. and 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., exploring vendors and the chili cook-off from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information call (814) 837-1500 or visit www.cjspirits.com.
CJ Spirits-Craft Distillery, 120 Willow Run Dr, Kane, PA 16735, USA
Sat 18th Jan
Elk Antlers, Elk Country Visitor Center
One of the first things people notice about bull elk is their antlers. Have you ever wondered how antlers grow or why they are fuzzy at certain times during the year? Join the staff of the Elk Country Visitor Center for this program as they speak about how these impressive antlers grow and explain the difference between antlers and horns.
Elk Country Visitor Center, 950 Winslow Hill Rd, Benezette, PA 15821, USA
Sun 19th Jan
Walk This Way, Elk Country Visitor Center
Pennsylvania's rolling hills captivate many avid hikers. They provide scenic beauty and great recreation opportunities. Join the Elk Country Visitor Center staff in learning about hiking opportunities around the area and make a valuable hiking companion - a walking stick!
Seneca Strong, 983 R C Hoag Dr, Salamanca, NY 14779, USA
Wed 22nd Jan
Cornbread Making Class, Seneca Nation of Indians
Learn to clean, grind and cook white corn. Participants will take home finished product. Cost is $20 per participant and covers materials and product.
For more information contact Gerry Fisher at (716) 801-5169 ot Gordon Brown at (716) 261-8887.
Seneca Allegany Community Center, 3677 Administration Dr, Salamanca, NY 14779, USA
Wed 22nd Jan
Baily's Beads Magazine Celebration
Join the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford for the unveiling of the 2019 edition of Baily's Beads, an award-winning literary magazine, while enjoying excerpts from the peice during open mic performances. This unveiling and open mic is free to attend and open to all.
Mukaiyama University Room, Frame-Westerburg Commons, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Drive, Bradford, PA 16701
Thu 23rd Jan
Ladies Night, Olean, NY
Do you need a night out? Plan for a Ladies Night Out the last Thursday of every month. ! Prizes, wine and spoon tastings in The Point, live music from Ade Adu, 50% off our specialty drink menu 25% off all other drinks and much more!! For more information please call: 716-379-8210 or visit: www.gtofood.com
Good Times of Olean, 800R East State Street, Olean, NY 14760
Fri 24th Jan
Holistic Health and Wellness Vendor Day, Seneca Nation of Indians
Stop in on your lunch break to shop for holistic supplies and a bowl of Bison Chili made by Gakwi:yoh Farms.
For more information call Tina Square at (716) 532-8450.
SNI Cattaraugus Community Center, 12767 NY-438, Irving, NY 14081, USA
Holiday Valley Resort, 6557 Holiday Valley Rd, Ellicottville, NY 14731, USA
Sat 25th Jan
Basics of Snowshoeing, Kinzua Bridge State Park
Can't wait to be outside? Try snowshoeing! The staff of the Kinzua Bridge State Park will discuss the "basics" and journey outside for a short walk around the main park area. Dress appropriately for the weather. The program is weather dependent, and at least 6 inches of snow is required for snowshoeing.
Call the park office at (814) 778-5467 to inquire about the snow conditions or go online at www.dcnr.state.pa.gov and click on "Winter Report."
Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Rd, Mt Jewett, PA 16740, USA
Sat 25th Jan
Nature's Orchestra, Elk Country Visitor Center
Experience nature through sound. Nature is made up of many different sound makers and creates an incredible orchestra. Join Haley, the Elk Country Visitor Center's Conservation Education Specialist and sound expert, in learning about the importance of natural sounds, how wildlife depend on them for communication, and how to pick out different sound layers in nature!