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Thank you for an amazing 2022 summer season! We could not have done what we did without the incredible help of our volunteers or 2022 sponsors. The good works of our volunteers and staff extend beyond the woods of Harmony.

Please see what else our volunteers and staff are doing for other deserving organizations.
You may find a piece of your heart in their work too!

Many of us may have met this friendly face at the box office of Harmony In The Woods, but did you know that Michael Cann, PhD is also a Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, University of Scranton, and Delaware Highlands Conservancy Director?

Join him for brunch and his presentation,
“Environmental Sustainability and the Delaware Highlands Conservancy” in the Boiler Room of the Hawley Silk Mill on Saturday, November 5 from 11 am to 2 pm!

Learn more below and hope to see you there!

Learn more and register!


Upcoming Honesdale Rotary International Events
You may have seen Lisa Champeau up on lawn and tiers of Harmony In The Woods, helping patrons select seats, setting out chairs, and passing out programs, but did you know that Lisa Champeau is not only the Director of Communications and Development for Wayne Memorial Health System and the Wayne Memorial Health Foundation, but is also the host of our Foundation’s HarmonyTALK podcasts, is an active volunteer for the Wayne Pike Trails and Waterways Alliance/ Lackawaxen River Trails, Cooperage Project and Honesdale Rotary International?

Lisa is excited for upcoming Honesdale Rotary Events & Fundraisers, such as a “Purple Pinky” event to help raise awareness about countries where polio is still endemic and a significant wine and cheese fundraiser expected to take place next September 2023. Learn more about Honesdale Rotary International and learn about the latest news by visiting and liking their Facebook page linked below!

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Colleen Edwards is a central staff member and leader to our Foundation and exceeds her role by volunteering regularly. You will often find her on the lawn, directing other volunteers, setting up and breaking down the venue. Colleen has been deeply involved in various organizations throughout her career at Wallenpaupack Area High School and now focuses her volunteer energies towards the Cooperage Project and Foundation for Harmony Presents. Colleen’s experience working with youth and teens makes her especially proud of an upcoming program at the Cooperage Project called “Girl Wonder” for 8th-grade girls which fosters authenticity, confidence and connection without competition. Be sure to check out all of the incredible programs for kids such as Romping Radishes, Pop-Up Club and Bright Kids, as well as all the other family offerings made available through the Cooperage Project in Honesdale, PA!

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