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KCEEI to Offer Fly Fishing Course

KCEEI to Offer Fly Fishing Course

Home » Archives for January 2019 La Plume – The Keystone College Environmental Education Institute will offer a six-week Introduction to Fly Fishing Course each Saturday from 10 a.m. – noon from Feb. 2 through March 9 in Lackawanna Hall. Expert guide Adam Nidoh...
Students to make sleeping bags for the homeless

Students to make sleeping bags for the homeless

Keystone College’s Diversity Services Program will sponsor a service project in honor of Martin Luther King on Monday, Jan. 28, from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Giant’s Den in the Hibbard Campus Center. The event had been originally scheduled for Jan. 21 but was...
Hiking and Nature Journaling

Hiking and Nature Journaling

Enjoy a series of guided Saturday hikes at a sampling of our region’s beautiful natural areas and parks. Learn about the habitat along the way and try your hand at writing about the experience. Experience the change of seasons at four varied locations. Ages 16 and...
Intro to Fly Fishing

Intro to Fly Fishing

Led by expert guide Adam Nidoh, this six-week Fly Fishing workshop introduces participants to this fun outdoor activity through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on demonstration and information on use and selection of equipment that keeps the Fly Fishing...
Intro to Beekeeping

Intro to Beekeeping

Join beekeeper Ellen McGlynn to learn the art and science of backyard beekeeping. This hands-on course provides education on honeybees and teaches the basic techniques and practical features of starting and managing a small apiary. Topics include understanding...
Observatory Open for Lunar Eclipse

Observatory Open for Lunar Eclipse

Observatory to host lunar eclipse viewingKeystone College’s Thomas G. Cupillari ’60 Astronomical Observatory will be open for a viewing of a total lunar eclipse on the night of Sunday, January 20 and the early morning of Monday, January 21. The event is free of charge...