Known regionally as the finest art and craft show in the Poconos, the popular Audubon Art and Craft Festival combines entertaining and educational live wildlife shows featuring animals native to the area with close to 100 juried artists and artisans, many of whose work is nature or wildlife inspired. Add live ice sculpting and activities for the kids and you have a wonderful experience awaiting you in the Poconos!

31st annual Audubon Art and Craft Festival

Saturday, July 16, 2016 ~ 10am to 5pm
Sunday, July 17, 2016 ~ 10am to 5pm

in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Pocono Lake Region
at the Wallenpaupack Area High School, Rt. 6, Hawley PA.

Exhibitors: Artists and Artisans

Exhibitors: Artists & Artisans

Some of the best wildlife artists and artisans in North America will be exhibiting and selling their unique and original work.

Painting, photography, illustration, pottery, woodworking, fine glass work, woodcarving, leather carving, sheepskin, wheat weaving, metalworking, and more!

Wildlife Shows

Wildlife Shows

Owls, hawks, falcons, snakes, lizards & mammals – all live! Wildlife shows daily at 11am, 1pm & 3pm.

Wonderful for the whole family to see & worth the price of admission in themselves!

Live Wildlife Ice Sculpting at the Audubon Art and Craft Festival (Hawley, PA).

Live Ice Sculpting, Door Prizes & More!

There will be live wildlife ice sculpting outside the festival entrance, as well as daily door prizes!

Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon will also be introducing the Audubon at Home program with an education display and children’s activities.

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Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society
Organized by the Northeast Pennsylvania Audubon Society annually since 1985, funds raised at the festival help to support community and school environmental education (including our college and camp scholarship programs), provide grants and maintain two wetland sanctuaries in the Northern Poconos.