Susquehanna Heritage Programs
As a designated Pennsylvania Heritage Area, Susquehanna Heritage shares the stories of the land. One way we share our unique stories is through programs rich in regional culture. Both the Zimmerman Center for Heritage and Columbia Crossing River Trails Center offer programs for visitors and residents alike.
Programs vary by site and take many forms: heritage lecture series; special programs showcasing our American Indian heritage; and programs featuring river wildlife, geology and special events for youth and families.
Check out our events calendar for current offerings.
Weekend programs at the Zimmerman Center
These free public programs explore Susquehannock Indian life, the Susquehanna as an inspiration, and the nature and ecology of the river.
Native Lands – 11:30 am & 2:30 pm
Take a short hike with us into Native Lands County Park to discover how the Susquehannock Indians lived along the river. Native Lands Park is the site of the Susquehannock peoples’ last community and is adjacent to the Zimmerman Center property. Accommodations made for inclement weather.
Inspiring Susquehanna – 1:00 pm
Inside the Zimmerman Center we explore the Visions of the Susquehanna River Art Collection to see how the river inspires artists, authors and poets. Also see how the river served as inspiration as a sacred place to ancient Native Peoples.
Natural Susquehanna – 1:30 pm
Venture with us to the riverside pavilion to explore the nature of the river and how the river has impacted us over the centuries.