An illustrated program on railroad history is on tap at the Sayre Historical Society this Saturday as part of Railroad Heritage Day. Author Jeremy Plant will present a 1 p.m. program on “Northeast Railroads Before Conrail: 1967 to 1976.” Admission is free. An all-day scavenger hunt for kids will allow youngsters to explore the story of Sayre on two floors of history at the historic Lehigh Valley Railroad Station. Finally, a one-day “Ice Cream Station” will be set up on the grounds of the museum offering old-fashioned ice cream sandwiches from Bethie’s Place. The event, formerly called Caboose Day, will focus on the importance of railroad history on the development of Sayre and the surrounding Penn-York Valley
communities. Downtown Sayre businesses will also be hosting the second annual Street Faire on Saturday.