Thursday, January 26, 2017

Susquehanna Saturdays Returns to Columbia Crossing

Returning on February 18, 2017, Susquehanna Heritage will continue its monthly "Susquehanna Saturdays" program at the Columbia Crossing River Trail Center. "Susquehanna Saturdays" will present fun hands-on activities for all ages on a variety of topics that explore nature, history, and culture. This hands-on educational program is available anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., while supplies last. All Susquehanna Saturdays are free for all ages, but a suggested donation of $2 per participant is appreciated.

Coming up:

March 18, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. – “Harnessing the Wind” – Explore how wind is a force that can cause movement, motion, and power, and how to use this force in our everyday lives. Create a sailboat, make something fly high into the air, and discover how a turbine moves and uses wind to create energy with Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority (LCSWMA). This program is sponsored by LCSWMA.

April 15, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. – “Upcycle! With LCSWMA” – Join our friends from LCSWMA to learn about recycling and create your own special piece using recycled materials and upcycle it for a new purpose.


Anonymous said...

How much money are the tax payers loosing on this building??

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Radical rag said...

I thaught that building was gonna be an ice cream shop, bait and tackle, etc that coucil had permoted.. im under the impression maybe hear say.. that the building is falling apart and needs repairs? Is there truth to this? That building should be used for a profit to columbia..

Anonymous said...

If you read the article, 2 of the programs are being sponsored by the Lancaster County Solid Waste Authority.Come the nice weather, that park will be busy. From walking the trail.numerous times, out of town visitors have high praise for the building and trail. It is one of the positive aspects for Columbia.