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SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 2015 – Pocono Mountain Events for Wally Lake Fest

FREE SHUTTLE BUS, Runs every 5-10 Minutes. 10am-6pm.

FLY TYING DEMO
Lake Wallenpaupack Visitors Center
9am-1pm
Demonstration and hands on instruction of basic fly tying techniques, presented by the PA Fly Fishing Museum Association.

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HYDROELECTRIC DAM TOURS
Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center
10am-3pm [570-253-7001]
Did you know that the water from Lake Wallenpaupack is used to create electricity? Come learn about the building of Lake Wallenpaupack while touring our local hydroelectric dam. Discover how electricity is created through the power of water. Rain or shine. No registration required.

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FRIENDS AND FAMILY OPEN HOUSE | DUCKS GONE WILD!
Miss Elly’s Antiques/The Village Bath, 518 Church Street
10am-7pm [570-226-7513]
Stop by and enjoy some complimentary refreshments and soak up the savings on in-store featured items at Miss Elly’s. Come into the Village bath and guess how many ducks are in the pool for some great prizes! PLUS a Wally Lake Fest 10% discount at the Village Bath!

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SHOPPING AND DINING DOWNTOWN
Downtown Hawley
visithawleypa.com for more information
Small town charm with big city culture, explore the hidden treasures of downtown Hawley. Shopping at many fine retailers, antiques and more; enjoy inspired, farm-to-fork cuisine or casual comfort options; walk, ride and explore!

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CANOE, STAND UP PADDLEBOARD AND KAYAK DEMO
Palmyra Township Beach
10am-4pm [570-352-3444]
On and in-water trials. Interested in kayaking? Demo kayaks, SUPs and canoes for free with Northeast Wilderness Experience and
Sawmill Cycles.

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FLY CASTING DEMO & INSTRUCTION
Wallenpaupack HS Ball Field
10am – 12pm
Demonstration and hands on instruction of basic fly casting by the PA Fly Fishing Museum Association.

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SCULPTED ICE WORKS FACTORY TOUR & ICE MUSEUM
Sculpted Ice Works, Lakeville PA
11am-4pm [570-226-6264]
The history of natural ice harvesting and modern ice production and carving is educational, informative and most of all entertaining! Enjoy a complimentary sno cone with each admission. $7 adults, $5 (ages 3-14), under 3 free.

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OPEN MARKET FAIR
Wallenpaupack Visitors Center
10am – 5pm [570-226-3191]
Hosted by the Chamber of the Northern Poconos
On-site HNB Mobile ATM
Rain OR Shine Event

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MOTORCYCLE “RIDE FOR THE LAKE”
Wallenpaupack Area High School
10am-12pm [570-226-3865]
A 41mi motorcycle ride around the lake benefiting the non-profit Lake Wallenpaupack Watershed Management District. Map & Registration available online or call 570.226.3865. Join us to support the lake! WallenpaupackWatershed.org

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BOAT, WATERCRAFT AND OUTDOOR SHOW
Wallenpaupack Area High School
10am-4pm
Climb aboard dozens of boats hosted by Lake Wallenpaupack’s leading marinas including Lighthouse Harbor Marina, New Wave in Recreation, Captain Joe’s Sales & Service, Inc., 1st Klas Marina, The Boat Shop, Driftwood Cove Marina, Seeley’s Marina and Rusty Palmer, Inc. See the latest in watercraft, pleasure, pontoon, ski and wakeboard boats. Also on display, a rare beautifully restored antique wooden ChrisCraft from Katz’s Marina. Event topped off with various exhibitors and food stands including Eighty Four Country Store World Famous BBQ, free face painting by Face the Art Face Painting and entertainment provided by Black Ops Sound and Lighting.

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CRAFT AND VENDOR FAIR
Wallenpaupack Area High School
10am-5pm
Explore a wide variety of gifts, crafts, foods, keepsakes, art and so much more. Dozens of crafters and local artisans and shops will be showcasing their goods in the parking connector of the high school between the shuttle bus stop and the boat and outdoor expo. Hosted by V.I.P. – Victims Intervention Programs.

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WILD EDIBLES WALK
Lacawac Sanctuary
10am-12pm [570-689-9494]
Nathaniel Whitmore will lead a walk around the Sanctuary in search of edible species growing wild.  Mushrooms, plant roots, seeds and leaves that can be eaten, if you pick and prepare correctly.  Let Nathaniel share his wealth of knowledge in foraging with you on this excursion.  Wear comfortable footwear and bring your own water bottle. $10 per Person (Members $5 per Person) Register by phone 570-689-9494 or Email info@lacawac.org.

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PET ADOPTION DAY
Penny Lane Candies & Candies, Hawley
11am-3pm [570-226-1987]
If you’re looking for a new best friend, Dessin Animal Shelter will be here on our patio with some cuties. Also stop by our concession stand and get a free shaved ice with the purchase of 2 hot dogs!

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WALLYPALOOZA
ON Lake Wallenpaupack in front of Visitor’s Center
11:00am-5:30pm
Listen to great bands perform throughout the day on a floating stage in front of the Dike and Visitors Center ON Lake Wallenpaupack. (Free)
11:00 – 2:00 || ERIC RUDY & FRIENDS: rock & roll and classic
2:00 – 2:30 || BOAT PARADE
2:30 – 5:30 || BARELY COVERED: Jimmy Buffet inspired music
Drop anchor or lay out on the dike, enjoy the sun and tunes, but please do so safely and responsibly.

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CRUISE THE LAKE ON A KAYAK OR SUP
Wallenpaupack Boat Tour and Boat Rentals
11am-4pm [570-226-3293]
Enjoy Wallypalooza in your own kayak or SUP (stand up paddle board). Cruise the band area and enjoy the music! One hour: $10, based on availability.

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FAMILY ACTIVITY SPOT AT GRESHAM’S LANDING
Gresham’s Landing, Rt 6
11am-4pm [570-226-3293]
Enjoy the Pirate Ship Bounce House. Face painting, kids tattoos and balloons compliments of Cathy’s Flower Cottage. 10% off Bag Boutique at Judy’s Hairway to Heaven. Visit Lakota Healthcare – to DUNK the STAFF and receive FREE giveaways!

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SCULPTED ICE WORKS PRESENTS “MOJITO ICE BAR”
Cocoon Coffee House, Hawley Silk Mill
12pm-6pm
This “Don Q Rum” sponsored event will feature local mint mojitos.

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“HEMLOCK HOLLOW SCHOOL 1890 EXPERIENCE” IN MEMORIAM OF THOMAS H. KENNEDY
1202 Avoy Road, Lakeville
12pm-5pm [570-226-2200]
Become a student back in 1890 under the tutelage of the School Master (played by Sandy Gabrielson – local thespian) School is in session on the hour from 12pm until 4:30pm. Free Horse Drawn wagon rides and petting zoo – provided by Black Horse Farms. Period themed actors on grounds and activities, food, popcorn, cotton candy, flea market
and face painting!

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YOGA AT LACAWAC
Lacawac Sanctuary
1pm [570-689-9494]
Enjoy a Restorative Yoga class with Diane Rixner of Bend Yoga. Classes are $8.00 each. Registration, reiki sessions and overnight accommodate details are available at lacawac.org.

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SAILBOAT RIDES
Lighthouse Harbor Marina, Paupack Sailing Club
1pm-4pm [570-226-2141]
$5 per person donation to the American Red Cross. Reservations are required, and fill up fast! Sailboats depart approx. every hour for a 1 hour sail, (subject to weather). Lighthouse Marina is 8 miles south on RT 507 from the Visitors Center. Reservations accepted starting July 31st, 2015 at 10am by calling 570-226-2141, voice mails will not be accepted as confirmation.

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BOAT PARADE
Lake Wallenpaupack /Tafton Dike
11:30am assemble at Shuman’s Point
2pm pass Tafton Dike [570-226-4518]
A boat parade on Lake Wallenpaupack
Sponsored by Chant Realtors.
$1,000 Grand Prize!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$500, $300 & $200 2nd, 3rd & 4th place!!!!
Many other prizes available
Rain Date: Sunday Aug 30
FREE boat registration. Please call! 570-226-4518
Times are approximate

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ANNUAL CHICKEN BBQ
Lakeville Fire Department, Rt 590 & Daniels Rd
3pm until sold out [570-352-6782]
Annual 650-Chicken Barbecue! $10 includes 1/2 chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, sides and dessert. Take-out or dine-in.

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CAR CRUISE OF HAWLEY
The Dime Bank parking area & Keystone St
5pm-9pm
Come take a look at between 35-50 cars that will be cruisin with DJ Ricky Z the Pilot of the airways. Free Admission.

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WALLY FEST EXPRESS THE STOURBRIDGE LINE TRAIN RIDES
Downtown Hawley & Downtown Honesdale
5pm-8pm [570-470-2697]
Take a ride on the Stourbridge Line. Travel in style to Hawley just in time for the evening activities. Pick up in Honesdale at 4pm to be dropped off in downtown Hawley. Departs Hawley at 7pm for Honesdale.

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ICE CREAM SOCIAL & LIVE WALLENPAUPACK AREA HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND
AMSkier Insurance Gazebo, River St. Hawley, 6pm-7pm
Kick off the evening with ice cream donated by Coutts Ice Cream and live music. (Free)

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SHOW AT THE RITZ: ARSENIC & OLD LACE
Ritz Company Playhouse, Downtown Hawley
8pm [570-226-9752]
A 1939 farcical black comedy by American playwright Joseph
Kesselring revolving around the Brewster family, descended from
the “Mayflower,” but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs. Hilarity ensues. $12 Adults | $10 Seniors

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HARKLAND
Ehrhardt’s Pub
9pm-Midnight[570-226-2124]
Join us for delicious food, great drink specials and live music! No cover charge.

One Response to Saturday

  1. Katie L. says:

    The shuttle comes to the PPL center too!

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