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This past November, I ran my first marathon, the St. Luke’s D&L RaceFest Marathon.

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Volunteering with DLNHC Written by Lon Snowden Volunteering benefits our neighbors and the broader community. On a personal level it can be intellectually stimulating and lead to new learning, while expanding our social network through…

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An Island in the Atlantic Growing up in Manhattan meant Rebecca Hayden was never a stranger to the impacts industry has on our waterways. Spending her childhood primarily along the Hudson River in New York…

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Blog Post By: Terri Monserrat, Communications & Outreach Coordinator Wamer weather means busier trails! Follow our trail etiquette tips to make sure everyone feels welcome on the D&L Trail! Share the trail! Yield to the right,…

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October 21, 22, 28 & 29 For four nights only, Hugh Moore Park unleashes its darkest secrets. Join us for the 3nd annual Haunted Hugh Moore Park organized by City of Easton, National Canal Museum, and…

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Ahoy there mateys! It’s time for all ye land lubbers to step foot upon me canal boat to get ye sea legs on the Lehigh Canal. The Josiah White II canal boat sure is a…

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This summer the D&L welcomed two new interns, Michael and Rebecca. We’d like to introduce them! Michael Sutherland Education: Bachelor of Science in Geography, Minor in GIS, Penn State University ‘16 Age: 21 Favorite Dessert:…

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The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and the Mauch Chunk Trust Company held their 2nd Annual Trust 5k Run/Walk on the morning of September 6 in downtown Jim Thorpe. The race began at the…

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by Diane Kripas, right, Division Chief of PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources and Lehigh Valley Greenways lead in Harrisburg, who walked the Harrisburg Half Marathon on September 7th. Walking 13.1 miles. I don’t…

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Running a race is a choice that you can make. But what about the people who don’t have the option to run a race, or run at all? There are many children and adults that…

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The Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor has announced an autumn addition to its series of dinner cruises on the Josiah White II canal boat. “Conversations on the Canal: Our Anthracite Heritage” has been scheduled…

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The increasing use of the D&L Trail and Lehigh River has led to several parking issues at the Cementon, River Drive, Cove Road, and Slatington Trailheads. The D&L, our D&L Trail landowner of this section,…

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