Although many area cultural events have been suspended for a time, there are still plenty of things to do. Here’s a small sampling for April:
Spring hiking returns
The Susquehanna Riverlands provides a relaxing retreat from the stress of everyday life. It is also a site on the Susquehanna River Birding and Wildlife Trail, and the Pennsylvania Audubon Society recommends it for bird watching. Escape to the scenic trails for a peaceful walk or sit on a bench near Lake Tookawhile to watch for birds and animals, or cast a line and fish the mighty Susquehanna. Craft fairs, Native American artifact exhibits, along with walks and runs are regular events at the Susquehanna Riverlands.
This exhibition consists of 36 quilts created by textile and fiber artists from around the world who have used this medium to address the global migration crisis. Check it out now through June 6 at the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University. This exhibit is free and open to the public.
During each virtual performance, audience members will team up to uncover the facts in this clever Zoom-based interactive mystery rooted in food, family, fame and fortune. This event takes place Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays in April at 7:30 p.m.