Lackawanna County Finalizes “Art In The Park” Activities

Lackawanna County’s “Art in the Park” committee members and administration finalize the lineup of free Summer art activities for children ages 5-12 at the County’s parks. Complimentary food, snacks and water will be available, and no registration is required. The programs will run from 10 AM to noon on: July 5 at Merli-Sarnoski Park, Carbondale; July 12 at Covington Park, Covington Township; July 19 at McDade Park, Scranton; and July 26 at Aylesworth Park, Archbald.

From left, Christopher Calvey, Program Coordinator in the County’s Arts & Culture Department; Maureen McGuigan, Deputy Director of the County’s Arts & Culture Department; Laurie Mecca, committee member; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.

Trolley Museum To Celebrate The 4th Of July In Style

The nation’s birthday and the commitment of our veterans will be celebrated in a colossal style by the Electric City Trolley Museum.

On July 3 & 4, the museum is offering residents and guests a fun-filled experience, featuring patriotic music, a food truck and a variety of other refreshments at reasonable prices.

Veterans and their immediate families will receive a discounted excursion-museum admission by showing proof of service.

The excursion ride runs are at 10:30 AM, noon, 1:30 PM and 3 PM.  The museum, located on 300 Cliff Street behind The Marketplace At Steamtown, is open daily from 9 AM to 4 PM.

Contact the Trolley Museum at 570-963-6590 for pricing and other information.