On Monday night, I visited the York Astronomical County Society's observatory. The YCAS was conducting a public Lyrid meteor shower watch. I saw some carbon and multiple stars and quite a few DSOs through three different telescopes and two binoculars but missed a couple of meteors that some of the others there witnessed.
On the way home, I stopped at the Astronomical Society of Harrisburg's Naylor Observatory to try to catch a few Lyrids. In two hours time, from 12:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. EDT (5:00 to 6:00 UT), I saw a grand total of five Lyrid meteors. Two were fairly bright, one of them being at least 0 magnitude. They were the first two meteors that I sighted and headed westward from the radiant. The other three traveled northward towards Ursa Minor.
Moonlight was brightening the sky to a good degree by the time I took a warm-up break. When I emerged after the break, clouds were beginning to cover the sky so I left shortly afterwards.