Create a new club? Do you want to promote your next show or concert? Planning a fun event for the public? You will want to add it to our calendar.

The Pocono Record hosts an online community calendar that you can contribute to. Thousands of readers visit the Pocono Record website every day, and many of those online visitors make it a point to check out our Local Entertainment section. Our list of community events is linked on our Entertainment homepage under “calendar”.

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To submit your event, go to poconorecord.com/things-to-do/events and click the “PROMOTE YOUR EVENT” button. You will then be asked to enter details. You can even add virtual events to the list.

Looking for something to do nearby? Search the calendar for events ranging from theater to open mic nights and more.

Here is a selection of events listed on our online community calendar at the moment.

Explore a protected property in East Stroudsburg

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Join the Pocono Heritage Land Trust for an exclusive opportunity to explore protected private property in East Stroudsburg with beautiful forest, wetlands and vernal pools. This special trip to the Twin Brooks Conservation Easement is free and open to the public. The property, minutes from the Brodhead Creek Heritage Center at ForEvergreen Nature Preserve, is not normally open to the public.

When: 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday.

Or: Sign up to receive the pitch by noon on April 15.

More information: Visit phlt.org to register and get more information. Call 570-424-1514 or email [email protected] to learn more.

Learn “what there was” in Tannersville

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Have you ever wondered “what was” in lower Tannersville? Indulge your curiosity at the Pocono Jackson Historical Society’s second “What Used to Be There” event on Monday.

According to Pocono Record’s Community Calendar post, the company was encouraged by attendance at its March meeting and was therefore inspired to hold this event as “Part II.”

The program is free and open to the public, and relies “heavily” on public participation while providing an opportunity for those unfamiliar with the region’s history to learn more. PJHS membership is not required to attend.

When: 2 p.m. – 4 p.m., Monday April 18

Or: Pocono Heritage Center in Mountain View Park, along the Sullivan Trail in Tannersville

More information: Learn more by emailing [email protected]

Help raise funds for Monroe County Hospice

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Monroe County Hospice House will host a fundraising telethon on April 24 at the University of East Stroudsburg. The telethon, with live entertainment, will air on Blue Ridge Cable’s Channel 13. You can call to donate during the broadcast or send checks by mail. Checks should be made payable to Pocono Foundation and on the memo line, enter Hospice House. Please mail checks to: Monroe County Hospice House, c/o Mark A. Primrose, 17 North Sixth Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360.

When: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday April 24

Or: Watch on Channel 13 on BRCTV.

More information: Call 570-422-3016 during the telethon to donate. For more information, contact Mark Primrose by emailing [email protected] or call Hospice House at 570-517-0411.

Enjoy the sounds of the Pocono Concert Chorale

The Pocono Concert Chorale will present its spring concert in April.

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Pocono Concert Chorale will perform its spring concert on April 24 in downtown Stroudsburg, featuring music by Randall Thompson, Eric Whitacre and Johannes Brahms.

On the program, the complete “Frostiana” by Randall Thompson, four folk songs by Johannes Brahms sung a cappella and “Five Hebrew Love Poems” by Eric Whitacre. With solo violinist Chris Souza and piano accompaniment Ruth Kochera.

Dedicated to quality interpretations of outstanding choral music in the Poconos, under the direction of Dr. James Maroney, Pocono Concert Chorale receives state arts funding as a program recipient from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. and the National Endowment for the Arts.

When: 2:30 p.m., Sunday April 24

Or: First Presbyterian Church, 575 Main Street, Stroudsburg

Cost: Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $5 for students.

More information: Learn more about the Pocono Concert Chorale at poconoconcertchorale.org.

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