See Pennsylvania’s history through art

Explore how one artist was able to capture a moment in history during this program from 1:30-3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Lower Mount Bethel Welcome Center.

Andrew Forsythe of Sioux Specialties will lead this discussion of Pennsylvania’s history as seen through Robert Griffing’s artwork, which depicts moments in Pennsylvania and Native American history. A variety of Native American articles will be on display for attendees to learn about the attire and lifestyle of the original inhabitants of Penn’s Woods.

This program is free. The welcome center is located at  7701 Martins Creek-Belvidere Highway. For directions, click here.

The Martins Creek Environmental Preserve, in conjunction with PPL’s Martins Creek and Lower Mount Bethel Energy power plants, offers 215 acres of woodlands and meadows for hiking and exploring and boasts five miles of trails with views of the middle Delaware River, which has been designated by Congress as a Wild and Scenic River.

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