Events and Programs


Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month at The Athens Wesleyan Church on 3903 Wilawana Road, Sayre, PA 18840.   Please use the middle door at the front parking lot to enter the church.

DIRECTIONS: From I 86 West take the Wilawana Exit  # 59A, after you pass the Dandy, turn left onto Wilawana Rd. The church is on your left.

From Rt 220 N, take the last exit in PA, that is the South Waverly exit (the old Kmart plaza where we meet for field trips) turn left onto Mile Lane, cross the Chemung River, go past Tozer’s Landing and at the 4 corner intersection with Mile Lane turn right onto Wilawana Rd.

About the Church: Please park in front of the church by the mail box and use that door. Please do not close the door. Make sure the stopper is left in the door so the next group will be able to come in. The whole thing is on a timer. Once inside the building, turn left into the gym. We will be having our covered dish supper there. A kitchen and bathrooms are off that room. The program might be in the adjacent library.

In door meetings run from September through March.   Please bring a dish to pass for pot luck dinner  (Please bring your own table service and drinks).  Dinner is at 6pm.   

Program will begin at 7pm, followed by the club meeting. 

* Please note:  Summer meetings are held during field activities.

Remember to wear masks and abide by social distancing protocol.

SPRING 2021  Schedule:

TUESDAY, MAY 18Satterlee Creek Environmental Center 

Meet at 5pm for Bird walk / Bird watching birds near pavilion or lodge, weather pending.

Pot luck in the pavilion at 6:00 P.M.  If you can’t bring a dish to pass, don’t worry, come anyway and meet up with us.  We all miss you.

TUESDAY, JUNE 15 Wayne Myers’ Gardens –

See email for address /phone details.

Wayne has great landscaping, many buildings with tools and equipment used in farming,  a huge working sun dial, a pond with waterfalls, a covered bridge, a brick yard and the world’s largest fossils glass sponge – that is naming just a few things. We can have a picnic supper there. You can join him on a walk around as he explains each of the building, like the smithy, or just enjoy a nice spot in the shade and listen to the creek and watch birds. His place is usually open to drop in visits, except when he has a wedding or other private party.

TUESDAY, JULY 20 Round Top Picnic – usual Pavillion