Lehigh Drive closed from 25th Street

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National Canal Museum - Bike & Boat Adventures:  Lehigh River Clean-up
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June 05, 2021 - Begins at 10:00 AM


10:00 am - 2:00 pm


Sand Island Park
56 River Street, Bethlehem, PA, 18018

Event Type

Join Wildlands Conservancy, Northampton County, and Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor staff as we work together to make a difference on our water trail. We will clean up trash as we travel on bikes between Bethlehem and Allentown on the D&L Trail along the canal. On our way back down, we will switch to canoes and clean-up the Lehigh River. Meet at Sand Island, Bethlehem. This program is underwritten by Northampton County Parks & Recreation. 

Register online: https://wildlandspa.secure.force.com/registration?id=7011U000000yx9CQAQ

It is required that everyone wears a cloth face covering (mask) that covers his or her nose and mouth at all times while participating in any Wildlands Conservancy program. Program participants must bring their own cloth masks. Disposable masks will be made available by Wildlands in case an individual’s mask becomes unusable.

All program participants must read and sign the Assumption of the Risk and Waiver of Liability Relating to Coronavirus/COVID-19 document prior to program participation. No one will be allowed to participate without a fully executed form. We ask that you stay home and keep children home who display any signs of illness. We will dismiss anyone with a fever and respiratory symptoms (cough, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, fast breathing) from participating.

Upon arrival, all participants must immediately wash or sanitize their hands. We will limit items coming into programs from home. Lunch box, water bottle, sunscreen, change of clothing, backpacks, and hand sanitizer are acceptable. No food, snacks or drinks will be provided. Participants are expected to bring their own.

Good respiratory etiquette is required when sneezing, coughing or blowing nose by appropriately covering mouth and/or nose and immediately disposing of used tissues.

All supplies, etc. will be appropriately cleaned and disinfected before use by another person.

All program participants and staff and volunteers must adhere to the most recent social distancing guidelines as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Wildlands Conservancy policies. Wildlands staff and volunteers will monitor adherence to these guidelines and policies. All participants, staff and volunteers are expected to maintain at least 6 feet of personal space .If there is a time when 6 feet of social distancing cannot be maintained, all participants and staff and volunteers are required to take all applicable actions to minimize the risk of spreading germs, including but not limited to the infection controls noted above. To limit the mixing between groups of program participants, small groups of 10-12 people will be practiced.

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