And the Susquehanna Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club may actually be able to have snowshoe hikes this season.
A warm-up is expected this week, which may put a damper on things, but there is a long winter ahead, and for the snow-lovers, we hope this is the start of a good season.
To the folks who are offering things to do for people who may not like the snow and cold.
Libraries, groups and organizations across the area have classes and activities for all ages.
Talks, classes, crafts, lectures, get-togethers and dances abound in towns across the four-county region.
It’s important to keep busy and stay social, especially during the cold, winter months. If you are looking for something to do, check the community calendar, bulletin boards and social network sites. Classes, reading groups, game nights, children’s activities and more are offered in many towns.
The local colleges also have many events that are open to the general public.
It’s good to see so much to do, even in the dark days of winter.