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Saturday during museum
BOALSBURG –Kids of all ages will be means to rigging adult in uniform and fight apparatus during a annual early open Kids Day module from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday in a museum of a Pennsylvania Military Museum.
Applications for a kids Boot Camp knowledge will also be supposed during this time. Regular acknowledgment rates apply.
Militia organisation to be subject of harangue on Sunday
BOALSBURG — A lecture, “A History of Ben Franklin’s Associators,” orderly as a company organisation to ensure opposite conflict during a French and Indian War of 1747, will be reason during 2 p.m. on Sunday during a Pennsylvania Military Museum.
The 28th Division Commanding Gen. Jerry Beck will plead a story of a territory with origin that continues to this day in a Pennsylvania National Guard.
Juniata County Library offers lifelong learning
MIFFLINTOWN — The Juniata County Library’s lifelong training courses for a open embody a following.
¯ Essential Oils — 6:30-8:30 p.m. Apr 10 and 17. The cost is $20.
¯ The Holocaust Through Literature and Film — 6:30-8:30 p.m., Mondays, Apr 2 to May 7. The cost is $50.
To register for courses, or to learn a course, call (717) 436-6378, or revisit www.juniatalibrary.org.
Easter egg hunt for dogs designed during dog park
LEWISTOWN –Pleasant View Veterinary Clinic will reason a Spring Fling during a Park from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday during a Dog Park during Kish Park.
There be an Easter egg hunt for dogs, and other groups will have booths with information.
Proceeds from a eventuality will be given to ROFF and AARF.
Juniata BPW advantage 5K slated for Saturday
MIFFLINTOWN — The Juniata County Business and Professional Women BPW, upheld by a Juniata Valley Striders regulating club, will horde a Eighth Annual Wellness 5K Event on Saturday, during Cedar Grove Church in Mifflintown.
Registration starts during 7:45 a.m. and a foe starts during 9 a.m.
For some-more information, strike Lynlee Richmond during (570) 847-8847 or send her an email during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film explores hoary fuels and US inhabitant security
BOALSBURG — A 40-minute film, “The Burden: Fossil Fuel, a Military and National Security,” will be shown during 7 p.m. on Apr 11 during a Pennsylvania Military Museum, 51 Boal Ave., Boalsburg. A contention will follow.
The event, sponsored by Citizens’ Climate Lobby State College, is giveaway and open to a public.
Band unison to
benefit MC Library
LEWISTOWN — The Lewistown Community Band, along with Eight to a Bar, will benefaction an dusk of song for everybody during 7 p.m. on Apr 12 in a auditorium during Mifflin County Middle School.
Admission is free, though donations will be appreciated. Proceeds will support a Friends of a Mifflin County Library.
Mary Poppins takes moody during MWHS
MIDDLEBURG — This open will be utterly “uplifting” for comparison Nicole Piccioni as she prepares to fly as pretension impression Mary Poppins in a low-pitched during Midd-West High School.
There will be 4 performances: 7 p.m. on Apr 12, 13 and 14, and 2:30 p.m. on Apr 15.
Ticket sale have begun online during https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3326138. Online tickets are $7; a singular series of tickets will be accessible for $10 during a door.
Home and Garden Show is Apr 13-14
LEWISTOWN –The seventh annual Juniata Valley Home and Garden Show is scheduled for Apr 13 and Apr 14 during a Mifflin County Youth Park building in Reedsville.
The uncover will embody some-more than 50 internal exhibitors, special presentations, doorway prizes and food vendors. The home and garden uncover will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Apr 13, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Apr 14.
Admission is $2, and lady 16 and underneath are certified free. Parking during a eventuality is free.
The eventuality will underline a plant and flower sale conducted by a Mifflin County Garden Club, educational sessions, childrens’ hack rides, food vendors including a duck grill by a Reedsville Fire Company, and a outing giveaway.
Science satisfactory moves to new location
LEWISTOWN — The fifth annual Mifflin County Science and Technology Fair is set for Apr 14 during a new location, a Body and Soul Community Center nearby Strodes Mills.
The eventuality is designed around a scholarship satisfactory foe for fourth, fifth and sixth graders, awarding $300 for initial place and pays out initial by fifth places in dual divisions. The open is acquire to perspective a projects from noon to 2 p.m.
In further to a projects on display, there will be several other scholarship and record associated presenters that includes a “Bug Man,” who has a outrageous arrangement of live and defunct bugs that can be handled, South Hills School of Business and Technology, Geisinger and others. The eventuality is resolved by rising rockets that a lady foe participants built while watchful to benefaction their plan to a judges.
For some-more information, call Brett Rogers during (717) 513-3490 or email during email@example.com or revisit Facebook.
Peggy Ann Bradnick to pronounce in Reedsville
REEDSVILLE — The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Reedsville will benefaction a special village eventuality featuring Peggy Jackson, author, and famous via Central Pennsylvania, as Peggy Ann Bradnick, a 17-year-old lady kidnapped in Shade Gap in a open of 1966.
Jackson will tell her story of a comfortless events surrounding her abduction and a impact on her life over a past 52 years.
The village is invited to join Pastor Carla Volland and a members of a Reedsville Evangelical Lutheran Church during 7 p.m. Apr 15 for this ancestral story of tragedy, presence and faith.
The Reedsville Evangelical Lutheran Church is located during 200 East Logan St.
Purse auction to advantage Boy Scouts
BELLEVILLE — The Sixth Annual Designer Purse Auction to advantage a Juniata Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America will be reason from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Apr 15 during Brookmere Winery in Belleville, by a Totes for Tomorrow’s Scouts committee
The doors will open to preview a purses commencement during 1 p.m.
Proceeds advantage a Seven Mountains Scout Camp.
The eventuality facilities a live auction of new engineer and name-brand purses, a wordless auction of new and gently-used engineer bags, a Beehive Bash, charity unique, smart and stylish gifts, doorway prizes, interrelated refreshments, booze tastings and a tradition souvenir glass. One chairman will take home a one-carat emerald cut Morganite and solid accented ring in 14K rose bullion compliments of Foss Jewelers in Lewistown.
Be certain to like a Totes for Tomorrow’s Scouts Facebook page to get a hide look during all a items.
Tickets are singular and on sale now during $30 each. Reserved tables of 8 or 10, that ensures elite seating, are accessible until Apr 1. Tables might be purchased by job (717) 513-3121.
Tax deductible sponsorship opportunities are accessible to assistance equivalent a costs of eventuality production. Call (717) 513-6697 for details.
Events to advantage
LEWISTOWN –The Embassy Theatre Spring Fair is set for Apr 19 to 28 during Kish Park.
The satisfactory will underline rides, vendors, food, live song and a River hollow Idol competition.
For some-more information, revisit Facebook@embassyltwn. For businessman information, call (717) 348-0185 or revisit a eventuality Facebook page.
The Embassy Theatre Liberty Fest 4th of Jul jubilee will take place Jun 30, starting during 11 a.m. during a Embassy Theatre in downtown Lewistown.
The eventuality will underline live song all day, food, vendors, a classical automobile journey in, River Valley Idol finals, and finish with fireworks over Lewistown. For businessman information, call (717) 348-0185 or revisit a event’s Facebook page.
Joe Diffie entrance to The State Theatre
STATE COLLEGE –The Sentinel will benefaction mythological nation song artist Joe Diffie on Apr 20 during The State Theatre in downtown State College. Tickets are on sale now.
With chart-toppers like “Pickup Man,” “Third Rock From a Sun,” and “John Deere Green,” and 13 albums and some-more than 20 Top 10 singles to his credit, nation fans can pattern a night of dear strike songs.
Tickets for a opening are $49 for a front section, $41 for band and $35 for patio seating. The Chris Ruble Band, from Mifflin County, will be a opening act for a show, that starts during 7:30 p.m.
Tickets might be purchased online during www.statetheatre.org, by phone during (814) 272-0606, or during The State Theatre box office, 130 W. College Ave., State College, during normal box bureau hours.
For some-more information, go www.joediffie.com; sheet link: http://thestatetheatre.org/lewistown-sentinel-presents-joe-diffie/.
BMS auction to take place Apr 21 and 22
BELLEVILLE — Belleville Mennonite School is hosting a 53rd Annual Auction Apr 20 and 21 during a school. Friday dusk will underline a homemade, normal turkey cooking with all of a fixings, from 4 to 7 p.m., children’s activities from 6 to 8 p.m., and a Gift Certificate Auction during 6 p.m.
Saturday will underline breakfast served from 6:30 to 10 a.m., a Merchandise Auction during 8:30 a.m., children’s activities from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a Outdoor Auction during 11:30 a.m., and a Quilt Auction during 1:30 p.m.
This normal eventuality includes a immeasurable preference of homemade food, baked products and singular sell equipment donated by sponsors, village organizations and members. A finish inventory of auction equipment can be found during www.bmsprek12.org.
For some-more information, call (717) 935-2184 or revisit www.bmsprek12.org.
American House tours set for Apr 28
EAST WATERFORD –A “Spring Fling” will be reason during a ancestral American House in East Waterford by a Juniata County Historical Society’s Tuscarora Academy Fund-raising Committee.
Ticket holders will be given personalized tours by American House owners Jeanne Reese during this open residence commencement during 2 p.m. on Apr 28.
Light refreshments, including ham and duck salad finger sandwiches, fruit and veggie trays, chips and beverages will be accessible during a visit.
Tickets are $10 any and might be purchased during a Juniata County Historical Society’s Archives room from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays. Tickets are also accessible by job (717) 319-4527 or visiting a Juniata County Library.
This is only a initial of 3 events being designed by a committee, that aids in a maintain of a Juniata County Historical Society’s museum, a Tuscarora Academy.
The Tuscarora Academy opens Jun 3 and will be open any Sunday afternoon from 1:30 to 4 p.m. via June, Jul and August.
PCCA to Host Spring Art Classes
NEWPORT — The Perry County Council of a Arts is charity a accumulation of art classes during Landis House, 67 N. Fourth St., Newport this open and summer.
To register for a workshop, call (717) 567-7023, revisit PCCA Gallery, One S. Second St., Newport, or go to perrycountyarts.org.
Instructor: Lynne Reeder
April 21, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Register by Apr 13
Lynne Reeder, 2016 Perry County Poet Laureate and 2017 PCCA Educator of a Year, will learn students how to emanate trance communication by distinguished out difference on formerly printed pages to emanate new meanings and a square of art, by adding artistic elements. Cost: $20, or $18 for PCCA members.
Customized Fairy House
Instructor: Todd Tabb
April 22, 2-5p.m.
Register by Apr 13; singular to 15 students
Students will emanate a angel residence with a chunk of clay, regulating form patterns and several forms of tools. Different clay decorations will be explored. Finally, participants will use underglaze to supplement tone accents to their creations. Each square will afterwards be dismissed and glazed. Cost: $65, or $60 for PCCA members.
Instructor: Jane Shull, Perry County Master Gardeners–Penn State Extension
June 13, 6-8 p.m.
Register by Jun 2; singular to 12 students
Use a flower pulsation technique to pattern adult to 3 particular muslin wall hangings regulating uninformed anniversary flowers and plants flourishing in your sourroundings as a paintbrush. Cost: $25, or $20 for PCCA members. For students ages 18 and up.
Author to pronounce during JCHS annual dinner
MEXICO — The Juniata County Historical Society Annual Meeting and Spring Dinner Program will be reason during 6:30 p.m., Apr 11 during Walker Grange, Mexico.
The guest orator is historian and author Cooper H. Wingert, who will try a story of a anti-slavery transformation in South Central Pennsylvania.
Wingert has authored 11 books including: “Slavery and a Underground Railroad in South Central Pennsylvania,” “Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania,” “The Confederate Approach to Harrisburg: The Gettysburg Campaign’s Northernmost Reaches,” and “Harrisburg and a Civil War: Defending a Keystone of a Union.”
He perceived a 2012 Dr. James I. Robertson Jr. Literary Award for Confederate History, has seemed on C-SPAN Book TV and Pennsylvania Cable Network, and is a tyro during Dickinson College in Carlisle. His book, “Abolitionists of South Central Pennsylvania,” will be accessible for sale that evening.
The menu is fry beef, crushed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, California mix with cheese salsa and assorted cakes and ice cream. The cost is $20 and any distinction advantages a chronological society’s ubiquitous handling fund. There will also be a 50/50 drawing. Reservation and remuneration deadline is Apr 4. Tickets will be avaliable during a Archives in a reduce turn of a Juniata County Library. Volunteers work from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays, and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays. If remuneration is mailed, send a stamped, self-addressed pouch to have ticket(s) sent. Call (717) 436-5152 to make certain tickets are accessible before promulgation a check. Make checks payable to The Juniata County Historical Society and send to: 498 Jefferson St., Suite B, Mifflintown, PA 17059.
Thompsontown automobile uncover set for May 6
THOMPSONTOWN — Springtime Shine ’18, a 29th annual TVFC #8 Car Show and Arts and Crafts Flea Market, will be reason from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 6. Rain date is May 20.
Preregistration by Apr 18 is $12. Show day registration is $18. Registration is from 8 a.m. to noon. There will be 17 classes, lurch plaques for a initial 150 vehicles, and special awards.
Musical party will be supposing by DJ Mel Thomas; food stands will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Proceeds will advantage a glow company
For some-more information, call (717) 497-8593 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Festival to be reason during park in Mifflintown
MIFFLINTOWN — Food, song and activities for everybody are designed for a Festival in a Park on May 19 during Myers Park in Mifflintown.
The giveaway eventuality will take place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in a park, located adjacent to a Juniata County Library. The sleet date is May 20.
The festival is an appendage of a Multicultural Festival that had been reason in Mifflintown.
Activities designed so distant embody face painting, petting zoo, rebound castle, hack rides, bean bag toss and most more.
Proceeds will advantage village organizations.
Food vendors, artisans, musicians and others who would like to offer equipment for sale or informational materials for a village should strike Jorge Flores during (717) 250-4119 or Jflores@sanitationsolutionsplus.com.