Keystone College’s Environmental Education Institute’s Living with the Land program consists of a variety of hands-on educational activities for those interested in exploring, protecting, and enjoying our natural world.
Join us for breakfast and a lecture about the history of the old Northern Electric Trolley. Enjoy a round table discussion with local Northern Electric Trolley Trail historians. Following the presentation, we will take an interpretive walk on the 1.7-mile segment, which runs through Keystone College leading into Factoryville.
Attendees will receive the book, “The Northern Electric: A narrative of the Dalton Street Railway Company, Northern Electric Street Railway Co., Scranton & Binghamton Railway Company” By Norm Brauer ($40 value).
Cost: $25, includes book and breakfast
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. All ages welcome. No pets.
Activities will occur by the streams and trails. Please wear appropriate footwear.
The Living with the Land program is funded in part by the Wyoming County Room Tax, the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau, and the Endless Mountains Heritage Region