Jayne Ann Bugda

March 28, 2015 - garden totes

There are a array of events going on this weekend and in a days ahead!  Enjoy! Remember some-more events can also be found on a Calendar of Events or underneath a Community Link.
  Mar 28th-29nd, 2015
* “The Path to a Cross” will be presented during a Clarks Green Assembly of God Friday, Mar 27th and Saturday, Mar 28th during 7pm any night. This is a description of Christ’s final hours by song and drama.
For some-more information call 570.586.8286 or stop by a church bureau during 204 South Abington Rd., Clarks Green, PA
*Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre will benefaction “Jesus Christ Superstar” ; Mar  28th during 8 pm and and 29th during 3 pm  Ticket information 570-823-1875
* PHOENIX KIDS is unapproachable to present:  BEAUTY AND THE BEAST  Mar 20 to 29 –  Saturday 2:00 and 7:00pm, Sunday 2:00pm  Phoenix Performing Arts Centre, 409 Main Street, Duryea
 Tickets:  $10.00 ubiquitous and $5 kids 5 and under
Come see these amazingly gifted kids ages 4 to 13 perform this pleasing “Tale as Old as Time”
Reservations are rarely recommended.  Call 570-457-3589 – greatfully let us know there are tiny kids in your celebration so we can chair them adult front.

*KISS THEATRE PRESENTS- “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” by 29th, East End Centre, Wilkes-Barre Township, For Tickets or Information: www.kisstheatre.org
Saturday, Mar 28, 2015

*An Indoor Easter Egg Hunt , Saturday, Mar 28th during Back Mountain Harvest Assembly during 340 Carverton Road, Trucksville,. The plcae of a Egg Hunt is The Rock Rec Sport Complex located on a campus.  Registration is during 9:30 am with The Hunt starting shortly during 10 am.
 All Children ages 3 thru 12 are welcome.
There will be lots of candy and age suitable prizes from Bikes and scooters
 *New Covenant Christian Center will horde an Easter Egg Hunt during Bervaughn Park in Berwick on Mar 28th during 11 am.  There will be giveaway food and giveaway activities for youngsters adult to class 6.  More information during

* The Promoting School-community-university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience (PROSPER) organisation is hosting a open businessman and qualification satisfactory on Saturday, Mar 28, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The formulation cabinet is usurpation applications for vendors to sell their products or crafts. Proceeds from a eventuality will advantage PROmoting School – village – university Partnerships to Enhance Resilience (PROSPER) drug and ethanol impediment programs in Lackawanna County schools.

*The Rotary Club of Hazleton  A Night during a Races, Saturday, Mar 28, 2015, J.J. Ferrara Performing Arts Center, 212 West Broad Street, Hazleton, doors open during 6:00P.M. Festivities start during 6:30PM. Tickets are  $10.00 during door. Free food and refreshments-must be 21 years aged to attend. Proceeds advantage Hazleton Rotary Club Community Service Projects.  
*The Excelsior Hose Co #2 of Duryea will be holding a ninth annual “Night during a Races” on Mar 28, 2015. It will be hold during a Germania Hose Company located on Foote Ave. in Duryea.
The doors open during 6:00 p.m. and a races will start during 7:00. There will be copiousness of “Homemade” food, beverages, and deserts. There is also a accumulation of games such as 50/50, “basket of cheer” raffle, benefaction bingo and gifts basket raffles . The costs of a equine is $10.00 and an additional $3.00 acknowledgment fee

*The Tamaqua Area Student Government Association will be holding a 4th annual MiniTHON this Saturday, Mar 28 from 1pm-9pm in a Tamaqua Area High School gymnasium and natatorium.  All deduction advantage Pediatric Cancer Research and a American Cancer Society.

Events include:
1pm-2pm Faculty vs. Student Charity basketball game
2pm-4pm Student Volleyball tournament
4pm-6pm Student Dodgeball Tournament
4pm-6pm Open Swim for kids ages 5-12 (elementary school)
Middle School Dance 7pm-9pm (Tamaqua Middle School Students only)
Music, food and drinks will be accessible all afternoon!!
Sunday, Mar 29, 2015

* Temple B’nai B’rith’s, 2nd Annual Indoor Antique Show and  Outside Flea Market is set for Sunday, Mar 29 from 8 am to 4 pm during  408 Wyoming Avenue,  Kingston   7 AM to AM $2 Early Bird Admission.  2 Floors  of Vendors indoors and a lot full of flea marketers outside.  Come out and support a internal vendors.   Antiques, collectables, jewelry, homemade baked products and candy, Easter flowers, food, raffles, and more.  Antique dealers on palm for giveaway appraisals of your antiques, toys, etc.  Everyone welcome, move a friend.
*Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania’s Celebrity Artist Series -“Jekyll Hyde,” a gorgeous and dim inhabitant Broadway debate – Sunday, Mar 29, 8 p.m. in a Haas Center for a Arts, Mitrani Hall. Tickets: $45. For tickets or some-more information, revisit www.bloomu.edu/cas or www.cas.buzz or call a box bureau during 570-389-4409. 
*Greater Scranton Jaycees Easter Egg Scramble- Sunday, Mar 29, 2015 during noon during Nay Aug Park in Scranton.
 *ACS Chinese Auction Bake Sale, Sunday, Mar 29,  11:30 am – 5:00 pm during a Lakeside Ballroom, Route 54 in Barnesville. The Auction sketch starts during 2:30 PM. There will be chances to win resourceful raffle prizes, 50/50 drawings, good food, uninformed baked products candy, Polka Joe WMGH Live from 9AM – 1PM.  
Benefit Run: Members of Lackawanna College Police Academy Class 218 have started formulation a Lackawanna College Police Academy Protect Defend 5K Run/Walk to advantage Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson and Tpr. Alex Douglass Funds. The eventuality will take place on Sunday, May 24, during a Greater Scranton YMCA, 706 N. Blakely St., Dunmore. Registration will start during 8 a.m. and a run will start during 9:30 a.m. Registration for a eventuality will open soon. Those meddlesome in participating can find updated information during www.lackawanna.edu.
March Events
*The annual Dante Society Lenten food fundraiser continues any Friday between 11 and 2 pm. and 3 to 6 pm. until Apr 3. Manhattan Clam Chowder $7/qt., Halushki $6/qt and an 8 in. tuna hoagie $6. Place orders by job 570-342-1770 or interlude in during 1916 Prospect Ave., Scranton.
* Selinsgrove Area Adult Band Concert, 7:30 PM on Tuesday, Mar 31, 2015 
Selinsgrove Area Middle School Auditorium, All deduction advantage a American Cancer Society
 *  King’s College students, expertise and staff members will join together to attend in a Stations of a Cross, a array of scenes depicting Jesus Christ on a day of his crucifixion and a Christian prayers considering those images. The eventuality will be hold from 3:30 p.m. Monday, Mar 30, outward a Chapel of Christ a King on W. Jackson Street in Wilkes-Barre.  After commencement during a Chapel, a use will make a approach to opposite locations around campus, where tyro groups and departments will “host” a particular stations, carrying a cranky and charity a suitable prayers during any station.

*American Red Cross Blood Drive , FRIDAY APRIL 10, 12 – 6PM, Lackawanna College, School of Petroleum Natural Gas, New Milford, PA
*The First Presbyterian Church of Honesdale will present, for a initial time, a fantastic and innovative reenactment of a crucifixion of Jesus Christ on Apr 1,2, and 3. This thespian prolongation will be achieved during no assign during The Vineyard Center (761 Terrace St. Honesdale) during 7:00PM any night.  For some-more information, greatfully call 570-253-5451. www.1stpreshonesdale.com
*The Wyoming Area Drama Club is presenting Disney’s Beauty and a Beast Apr 17, 18, and 19th.

*The Peking Acrobats will move their family-friendly contemporary playground skills to a Weis Center for a Performing Arts during Bucknell University on Saturday, Apr 4, during 2 p.m. The eventuality is sponsored, in part, by a Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau and a Susquehanna River Arts initiative. Tickets can be purchased online during www.bucknell.edu/BoxOffice or by job a Campus Box Office during 570-577-1000.

*The final eventuality in a Weis Center’s 2014-15 Series is a universe song opening by Malian guitarist and singer-songwriter Fatoumata Diawara on Wednesday, Apr 15, during 7:30 p.m. during a Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg. Fatoumata also will give a giveaway lecture/demonstration Apr 15 during noon in a Weis Center Lobby during Bucknell. Inspired by Wassoulou tradition, jazz and blues, Diawara has combined her possess singular contemporary folk sound with a clearly African spin to a judgment of a womanlike singer-songwriter. General acknowledgment tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors 62+ and $5 for girl 18 and under.

*St. Martin in a Fields Church during a dilemma of Nuangola and Church Rd. is carrying a meatloaf cooking on Apr 18 from 4 to 6:30. The cost is $9 for 12 and above, $5 for 5 to 11, those underneath 5 are free. We will also have a famous Welsh Cookies for sale.  Tickets can be purchased during a doorway or in allege by job Joan during 570-474-5587 or Janeann during 570-868-6895.

*Free Diabetes Self Management Programs (DSMP) will be offering in both Carbondale and Vandling on Apr 8, 15 and 22.  Each array consists of 3 two-hour classes.  The Carbondale array will be conducted from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm in a Marian Professional Building, 141 Salem Avenue, Carbondale. The Vandling array will be during a McAndrew Family Health Center, 111 Main Street from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. All classes are giveaway and open to a public. Patients are speedy to move a support person. Pre-registration is compulsory by job 570-253-8149 or emailing kneier@wmh.org.
A Comic Book Expo to be hold Apr 18th, 2015! The Pocono Comic Expo is a initial ever comic book gathering to be hold in a Poconos and will be attracting vendors, cosplayers, and special guest from around a Tri-State area. Guests embody DC Comics artist Rags Morales, Yu-Gi-Oh voice actors Johnathan Todd Ross and Erica Schroeder, a Steampunk marines of a Imperial American Air Corps, and more! The businessman building and guest panels will be open from 1pm until 7pm Admission: Admission for adults will be $10 pre-sale and $15 during a doorway ($12 in costume) while children 12 and underneath will be postulated giveaway acknowledgment and contingency be accompanied by an adult. Presale tickets  (http://poconocomicexpo.com)
*The National Stuttering Association (NSA): Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter during Misericordia University is holding a 2nd annual 5K run/walk, “Don’t Tell Me to Slow Down,’’ on Sunday, Apr 19 in support of a National Stuttering Association and a nationally famous student-run stuttering support organisation on campus. The eventuality starts during 10:30 a.m. This year’s eventuality also facilities a practical run member so registrants who can't make it to campus can attend in their possess hometown. The “Don’t Tell Me to Slow Down’’ 5K run/walk is orderly by a NSA: Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter during Misericordia University. For additional information about a fundraiser, greatfully record on to a event’s Facebook page during https://www.facebook.com/events/785095464917484/.
* Misericordia University and a Performing Arts Training Academy (PATA) are presenting a “Performing Arts Gala: Spring into Song’’ on Saturday, Apr 25 from 7-9 p.m. in Lemmond Theater in Walsh Hall.

*  Want to make a disproportion in a quarrel opposite cancer?  The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Wyoming Valley allows people to do usually that.  The Relay Rally, that will take place in a Community Room on a Lower Level during Our Lady of Hope Parish in Wilkes-Barre, PA, is a ideal place to find out some-more about that eventuality and how to turn partial of an extraordinary organisation of people who have fun while assisting a good cause.  The convene will be set adult as a mini-Relay and will underline a tiny cancer survivor and caregiver ceremony, a mini-luminaria candlelight ceremony, fun activities, and more!!  This year’s altogether Relay For Life of Wyoming Valley thesis is Storybook and a rally’s thesis will be “Closing The Book On Cancer”. Apr 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in a Community Room on a Lower Level during Our Lady of Hope Parish in Wilkes-Barre.
*The Carbon County American Cancer Society Annual Telethon will be hold on Apr 11th and 12th.  This is a 36th Annual eventuality and will be hold during Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe.  the Carbon County American Cancer Society- The Great Radio “Ask Your Neighbor” Cook Book Sale.  This is a Historic Celebration of a Tastes of a Coal Region communities and ethnicities.  The cookbook facilities over 350 pages of recipes collected by a renouned weekday radio uncover on WLSH from a pre-microwave days!  The cookbook is presented with accede and in team-work with WMGH/WLSH Radio.

 Order on-line Click Here or by phone  (570) 805-4555 or fax (570) 805-4554 All deduction advantage ACS.  The cost is usually $20  (shipping accessible for $7 extra). The Cook Books are in batch today!!

To sequence by Mail:  Make Check Payable to CancerTelethon.org

*State Representative Mario Scavello will horde an Identity Theft and Cyber Forum on Wednesday, Apr 29 during a Chestnuthill Park Building on Route 715 in Brodheadsville.  Representatives from a Office of a Attorney General will be on palm to plead how to strengthen your identity.  The eventuality will run from 6 pm to 8 pm.  The eventuality is co-sponsored by Representatives Jack Rader, David Parker and Rosemary Brown.  Call 570-620-4326 to register.
*Get your Mother’s Day present early! The West End Library is hosting an Origami Owl Jewelry fundraiser. Origami Owl Jewelry is on arrangement for viewing. Proceeds from this fundraiser are used for new materials, programming and summer reading programs.

Join us during a library on Thursday, Apr 16 during 6:30 pm for a Origami Owl Jewelry Party
*On Saturday, Apr 25 a Lackawanna Historical Society will horde a 6th annual “You Live Here, You Should Know This” internal story diversion uncover during 6 p.m. during a Slocum Hollow Bar during a Lodge during Montage Mountain.  The eventuality is sponsored by The Lackawanna Historical Society and designed by internal students from Valley View and Riverside High Schools. General acknowledgment is $10 and $5 for students. Food and drinks will be accessible for purchase. The eventuality is open to a open and all are acquire to attend.
*On Saturday, Apr 4th The “Duke of Bluegrass” Louie Setzer and The Appalachian Mountain Boys will returnin to The Cooperage, 1030 Main Street in Honesdale.  Mark your calendars for an superb and sparkling dusk of Bluegrass!  Doors will open during 7:00pm and a song will start during 7:30pm.
**The Greater Shenandoah Area Historical Society will horde a rummage sale during a 201 S. Main St. story core from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Apr 17 and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Apr 18. Donations for a sale will be supposed from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Apr 16.
*On Saturday, Apr 11th, International Tabletop Day will take place during The Cooperage, 1030 Main Street in Honesdale, PA.  If we like house games, symbol your calendar, squeeze your friends and family and conduct down to The Cooperage.  The day will flog off during 11:00am and will run by 9:00pm.
*The New York Yankees of tomorrow will be during PNC Field soon. In 2015, fans will get a possibility to know them distinct ever before. The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Triple-A/New York Yankees) will horde a “Meet The RailRiders” celebration during PNC Field’s Mohegan Sun Club on Tuesday, Apr 7 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m.  Admission will be $25 for adults and $15 for kids (12 under). Tickets embody entrance to autographs, appetizers and a money bar.

*VENDORS WANTED for a Craft/Gift Fair during a Chestnuthill Township Park on Sat, May 23rd from 9am – 3pm.  Indoor  and Outdoor spaces with or but  a list are available.  Crafter and Direct Sellers are Welcomed!  Door Prizes·Refreshments·Raffles   All deduction advantage a Leash-Free Dog Park during a West End Regional Park, Brodheadsville.  FMI: (570)992-9733 or bkozen@weposc.org

*The annual Shenandoah Kielbasi Festival, featuring a homemade, non-commercial kielbasi-making contest, is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 16 on a blocks of North Main Street, sponsored by a revitalization organisation Downtown Shenandoah Inc.

*The Tamaqua Area Faith Fellowship Network, an associate of a Tamaqua Area Community Partnership, is sponsoring a second “Hunger Weekend” to assistance yield food for families vital in a bounds of a Tamaqua Area School District in need of a assisting hand. Hunger Weekend culminates on Sunday, May 3 with a Tamaqua Community Hunger Walk. Walkers will accommodate during St. Luke’s parking lot on South Railroad and travel to a Tamaqua Insurance bureau and behind – about a mile distance. Walkers are speedy to secure sponsors for their walk. A brotherhood time will be hold during Zion Lutheran Church following a walk. Registration forms are accessible during a Tamaqua Community Art Center on Pine Street and online during www.taffn.org.
*The annual Shenandoah Kielbasi Festival, featuring a homemade, non-commercial kielbasi-making contest, is set for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 16 on a blocks of North Main Street, sponsored by a revitalization organisation Downtown Shenandoah Inc.
The Honesdale Roots and Rhythm Music and Arts Festival- Jun 20, 2015- sleet or shine! Mark your calendar and check out a website www.honesdalerootsandshythm.com for updates
*Save a date! The Back Mountain Bloomers Garden Club has announced that a organization’s 2015 ‘Tour of Back Mountain Gardens’ will be hold Saturday, Jun 27, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., sleet or shine.  The debate will embody during slightest 5 pleasing private gardens in Shavertown and Trucksville, Pa., dual neighborhoods in a area famous as a Back Mountain of Luzerne County. Tickets will also be accessible during name sell outlets in early April, including a Back Mountain Library, 96 Huntsville Road, Dallas; Creekside Gardens, 4 Church Drive, Tunkhannock; George Burger Sons Garden Center, 429 South Mountain Blvd., Mountain Top; Perennial Point Garden Center, 1158 River Rd., Plains; and Wild Birds Unlimited, Dallas Shopping Center, Dallas.  Tickets will also be accessible for squeeze during a time of check in for a garden tour at Back Mountain Harvest Assembly, 340 Carverton Rd., Trucksville, on Friday, Jun 26, from 2-6 p.m., and Saturday Jun 27, from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Free garden debate receptacle bags will be given to a initial 500 participants during check in.
*The annual Kielbasi-Pierogie Golf Tournament to advantage a revitalization organisation Downtown Shenandoah Inc. will be hold during a Mountain Valley Golf Course, Barnesville, with a shotgun start during 1 p.m. Jun 19. Lunch and registration will be during 11:30 a.m.

*The fifth annual “Cooper Cup” golf contest to advantage a nonprofit ongoing J.W. Cooper Community Center refurbishment is set for 9 a.m. Aug. 28 during a Schuylkill Country Club, 877 W. Market St., Orwigsburg, core owners Kent W. Steinmetz pronounced in an email.
The center, during White and Lloyd streets, is a former J.W. Cooper (Shenandoah) High School building.
There will be a 9 a.m. tee off and participants can arrive during 7:30 a.m. to use pushing or putting, that is enclosed in a fee.  The cost is $80 per participant, that includes immature fees, transport let and all of a aforementioned services. Free drink will be accessible around a event. There will be a extent to 120 golfers. Those meddlesome are asked to send hit information around email to kent@steinmetzjewelers.com.
On-Going Exhibits and more
*The NAMI Scranton Area Support organisation meets 3 times a month on a 2nd 4th Monday and a 3rd Thursday. Monday night meetings are hold during 7 p.m. during The Advocacy Alliance Media Building (TAA) during 841 Jefferson Avenue Scranton
and Thursday night meetings are during 6:30 p.m. during NHS during 30-32 North Main Street Carbondale.  These meetings are giveaway and open to anyone who has a mental illness and/or their friends and family. Please feel giveaway to call a NAMI Scranton bureau during 570-342-1047 for some-more information


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