Bring your bike and a friend for group rides on the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail on Wednesday, June 21, at 6 p.m. at the 7th Avenue trailhead in Scranton. The trail organization is hosting group rides to promote the joy of bicycling and the beauty of the trail. There is no fee to join in the fun. This multi-purpose trail follows the Lackawanna River for 40 miles in Northeastern Pennsylvania, beginning at the river’s confluence with the Susquehanna River at Duryea and Pittston in Luzerne County. It travels through Lackawanna County and joins the Delaware and Hudson (D&H) Rail-Trail in Simpson, Pa. The two trails continue together to Union Dale. From that point, the D&H Rail-Trail extends north to the New York State border. For more information visit hva.org/greenways-trails or follow the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail on Facebook.