The Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station will host the 2nd annual Fire and Ice Event on January 21 in support of environmental and science outreach K-12 school programs in Lackawanna, Luzerne, Pike, Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming Counties.
Join Lacawac Sanctuary at The Colonnade, Jefferson Avenue in Scranton from 6 to 8 p.m. This event is guaranteed to brighten up your winter.
Sponsored by NBT Bank, Scartelli Olszewski PC Attorneys at Law, Olsommer-Clarke Insurance Group, and Graham Public Relations and Advertising, Fire and Ice Event is a fundraiser to support Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station, a nonprofit organization that offers a diverse set of natural areas, facilities, and outreach programs for K-12 and post-secondary educators and students, area residents, scientific researchers, and summer visitors to the region.
The event is open to the public and is a 21+ event. The Colonnade will provide heavy hors d’oeuvres; a cash bar will be available. Attire is completely your choice but weather appropriate. That means, if you want to wear your cute party dress or cool new shirt - fantastic.
But if it’s cold and blizzard-y out and you can't imagine wearing anything but flannel-lined jeans and a big sweater, that's fine with us!
Fire and Ice will feature a special exhibit entitled Immersion by Heidi Van Leuven. Heidi is an NEPA-based artist and recent Lacawac artist-in-residence who draws much inspiration from nature and its intertwining microcosms.
After receiving her BFA in Painting with a Minor in Art History from Marywood University in 2005, she interned as a studio assistant with Brooklyn-based sculptor Dennis Oppenheim.
She later attended Georgia Southern University and completed her MFA in Painting in 2009. Currently, Heidi teaches painting classes while working on a variety of art and music projects in the Scranton area.
Tickets are $25. Come share the warmth and support Lacawac’s education programs! Tickets can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets online.
Questions or for event details, contact Lacawac Sanctuary’s president Craig Lukatch by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-689-9494.For more information on programs, initiatives and special events, visit the Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station website.