DCNR Calendar of Events

Events

Saturday, January 18

CANCELED through April 30 - Amid concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19, all public programs, events, and trainings in state parks and forests are...

Hone your bird identification skills on visitors to the bird feeders while enjoying a hot beverage such as tea, hot cocoa or bird-friendly coffee. Park...

Join us as we spend the day counting birds at Jacobsburg and other places within a 5-mile radius of the Visitor Center. Participants should dress for the...

CANCELED through April 30 - Amid concerns about the potential spread of COVID-19, all public programs, events, and trainings in state parks and forests are...

Discover E is a program for children to help them learn things about nature. This is done by listening to a story, fun activities or taking a walk! This...

Shake off those mid-winter blues by pitching in at Jennings Environmental Education Center on Saturday, January 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., for the...

If you can walk...you can snowshoe! Try it today. A limited number of snowshoes are available daily when Jennings EE Center is open* and enough snow covers...

Warren County Winterfest is the largest winter event in the Pennsylvania Wilds region. Held at Chapman State Park in late January of each year, our event...

It is the time of year that PA black bears are born. Learn more about what is going on inside those bear dens right now, as well as how black bears live and...

Take a one-mile hike on the mostly flat Lake Loop Trail. Look for signs of winter wildlife along the way. See a beaver lodge up close. Meet at the...

***Pre-registration is required: please click the green "register" button to sign up for this program.*** ***Program Location: Riegelsville Fish and Boat...

Join the park naturalist for a cross-country ski lesson. The park has some limited-sized equipment available for participants to use. Bring your own...

Dress warmly to spend some time outside at the butterfly garden bird feeders. We’ll check out what birds are coming to the feeders and talk about how these...

Free Family Fun! Activities being planned include: XC skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing, sledding, kids crafts, displays, guided hike/snowshoe...

Join members of the Butler Outdoor Club for a hike on the North Country Trail (NCT). Choose either a 5 or 7 mile out and back hike on the NCT (no shuttle). 5...

Crows are common, but their intelligence is unique. Hear what science research is discovering about these clever birds. Meet at the TREC. Recommended for...

Alright…who’s ready for some SNOW!!! Our Snowfest is all about embracing the cold & snow by enjoying different forms of outdoor recreation - don’t hibernate,...

**Due to the weather forecast, this program has been cancelled** Join us as a family to learn about the mammals that call our state home. Can you...

Discover interesting facts about porcupines. How many quills do they have? Come to this program to find out, then make a porcupine to take home. Meet at the...

Learn some basics of safety, equipment, and techniques for fishing on the ice. If there is enough ice, we will head out onto the lake. Please have your 2020...

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...

Bundle up to take a walk through the day use are by the lake shore. We’ll enjoy the winter scenery and get some exercise! Wentz Education Center

Saturday, January 18