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At Duman Lake Park on July 22, families will learn how to canoe and test their skills with a bow and arrow. They will learn about Wood Ducks, construct duck boxes and be treated to a special Native American Indian session that will include Indian relics and dance.
Day two will be held on July 24 at the 1889 Park in St. Michael. Sessions on liquid nitrogen, the solar system and fly tying will give the families some new experiences. Attendees will end the day with a special program featuring different animals that aren normally seen in Cambria County.
Family members can sign up for one day or both. The cost is $2 per person per day.
Registration will close on July 10.
Audubon society plans crawl Area residents are invited to a crawl with John and Arlene Lennox on July 18 on the Lower Trail. July 18 at the Grannas Station Visitor Center at Gannister (near Williamsburg). The crawl will last about two hours.
The Lennoxes will inspire creativity by sharing their sketches and then will help anyone who is just beginning to sketch. Take your own sketchbook, pen/pencil and watercolors. Limited supplies will be available on a first come, first served basis.
Participants can draw wildflowers, trees, turtles, bicyclists, kayakers or whatever they choose. 22 to Grannas Station: Turn east on PA Route 866,
then turn right onto Lower Piney Creek Road immediately after crossing the metal truss bridge, then turn right into the trailhead.
This activity is sponsored by Juniata Valley Audubon Society and Rails to Trails of Central Pennsylvania.
Boscov holding in July in the Logan Town Centre, Altoona, will host in July, a fundraising event and food drive, throughout July.
The event will help collect non perishable food items to help fill the needs of the Salvation Army Food Pantry.
The public is invited to help those in need by dropping off non perishable canned or boxed goods at the Altoona Boscov Courtesy Desk location.
The food drive will continue throughout the month of July. The goal is to make sure that no one goes hungry this holiday season.
In addition, the public is invited to drop off a holiday greeting card at Boscov Courtesy Desk that can be distributed to any soldier overseas. Do not specify a soldier name on the envelope or card. The goal is to make sure that every soldier receives warm wishes for the holiday season. All greeting cards need to be dropped off at Boscov Courtesy Desk by Aug. 31.
The store will also offer a Holiday Greeting Card Craft Table, where the public can create their own holiday card for the troops.
The table will be in the children department, which is on the second level, each Saturday during July.
CBRC offers info on pool,
The Central Blair Recreation and Park Commission recently announced information regarding Prospect Pool and the new Juniata Memorial Spray Park.