Let me start out by saying that the business plan that I have for Sandcut Outdoors is NOT about teaching survival classes. That's not my thing. But, the local Environmental Ed center had someone cancel on them, so they asked if I'd fill in for the evening. So I said yes. It gets me outside my comfort zone and pushes me to come up with a new lesson plan. I thought it might be interesting to focus on what to do if you had to spend an unintended night in the woods. They're only alloting me 90 minutes. Here's the info Where: Lackawanna College Environmental Education Center 93 McKenzie Rd., Moscow, PA When: October 19, 2016 from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Cost: $5/ person Join Mike Leggiero, of Sandcut Outdoors, for an evening learning about how to make the best of an unintended night spent in the outdoors. Learn what equipment, attitude, and skills are needed to make yourself more comfortable and survive, regardless of the season. This workshop is geared for ages 8 to adult and will address how not to become lost, steps to aid search and rescue, how to dress for the weather, essential equipment for overnight survival, and basic fire making skills. $5 per person. Pre-registration is required. For more information or to register, contact Lackawanna College Environmental Education Center at (570) 842-1506. I'm excited. New venue and a new topic. I guess I should get cracking on the lesson plan.