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Susquehanna Images on Display in Danville

Nov 03, 2014 10:24AM ● By Erica Shames

The treasured towns and landscapes of the Susquehanna Greenway are the focus of more than 50 stunning photos featured at Old Forge Brewing Company in Danville for the month of November.

To kickoff the exhibit, the Susquehanna Greenway Partnership is inviting the public to attend a Susquehanna Scenes & Sips gallery reception at Old Forge Brewing Company, 298 Mill St., Danville on Monday, Nov. 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.

“Anyone who loves the Susquehanna River, her historic river towns, photography, and outdoor recreation will be amazed at the different scenes on display, “ says Erin Pierce, Program Coordinator. “The images are from four years of our annual Susquehanna Greenway Photo Contest, and depict life along the river. The Scenes & Sips reception will be a great time to enjoy a local brew, learn a little about the river and the Greenway, and get inspired to plan your next visit along the Susquehanna.”

“You’ll enjoy live music with Tim Latshaw, tasty light fare, and one complementary beverage as you browse the photography and learn about new trail, river town, and river access projects along the Susquehanna Greenway,” says Pierce.

 The cost is just $15 at the door and includes a chance to win a prize basket from Old Forge Brewing Co., an outdoor exploration basket, and one of the framed photo gallery images. The photo contest is sponsored in part by Hershey’s Run, Jump, Throw program that gets kids excited about physical activity.

For more information, visit susquehannagreenway.org.

The Susquehanna Greenway is a corridor of connected trails, parks, river access points, and communities, linking people to the natural and cultural treasures of the Susquehanna River and its West Branch. More than 500 miles in the length, the Greenway is one of our state’s greatest resources, conserving the environment for all living things, and creating recreational opportunities for healthy communities.

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