Welcome to June! New events added

June 10, 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.



June 6-7, 2015

   * YOU’RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN- low-pitched formed on a classical PEANUTS comic frame characters. Presented by a Music Box Players during The Music Box Dinner Playhouse, 196 Hughes Street, Swoyersville, PA 18704. Performance dates: Jun 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14. Fridays by Saturdays, bar opens during 6 PM, Buffet cooking served during 6:30 pm, curtain: 8 PM.  Sundays: bar opens during 1 PM, smorgasboard during 1:30 PM, screen during 3 PM. Dinner and show: $35, show-only: $18. Special show-only family night: Jun 11- 7 PM. Adults: $16, students and children: $12. Call 570 283-2195 0r 1-800-698-PLAY FREE1-800-698-PLAY.



Saturday, Jun 6, 2015

*Olyphant’s Eureka Volunteer Fire Hose Company #4’s  Queen City Days cruise continues Saturday Jun 6th. The eventuality  benefits of a Volunteer Fire Company, The fun is during a drift of Rep. Joseph Wargo and Monsignor Stephen Hrynuck Sports Complex, 700 Block of East Grant Street, Olyphant 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m..  Free Fireworks Display will be on Saturday Jun 6th approximately 9:00 p.m.


*20th Annual Drawn to Art Studio Children’s Art Show during Prince of Peace Parish Auditorium (Grace St., Old Forge, PA.  Turn during Revello’s Pizza on Main St.) Saturday Jun 6.  Art displayed 10 – 11AM.  Awards given out to children from 11 – 11:30AM. The art uncover will underline hundreds of works of art finished by area children ages 4 – 17.  


  “HILLTOP CHRISTIAN COFFEE HOUSE” will be reason at Plains United Methodist Church Will horde Husband and Wife Duo “Paul Mary Good” from Quakertown, Pa. at 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. during Plains United Methodist Church 133 North Main Street, Plains.      

*The MPB Community Players will benefaction a “Best of Broadway” for their 7th Annual Variety Show, during Trinity Lutheran Church, Hazleton.   The internal celebration group’s show, that facilities music, dance, theatre, and comedy, has turn an early summer tradition, not usually providing family entertainment, though lifting income for a good cause.   The uncover takes place Saturday, Jun  6, during 7:00 p.m., and there is a matinee Sunday, Jun 7 during 2:00 p.m.    Proceeds from this year’s uncover will advantage SAFE, Supporting Autism and Families Everywhere. The uncover will be reason Saturday, Jun  6, during 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, Jun 7 during 2:00 p.m. during Trinity Lutheran Church, 100 N. Church St., Hazleton.   Reserved tickets are accessible by job (570) 454-0178 or emailing mcgroganj@gmail.com.   Tickets will also be accessible during a door.  

* A Fundraiser For Young Violet Pantucci, who lives with a singular mind monster will be reason Saturday, Jun 6.  Violet’s Family Has Put Together “Team Ultra Violet”   Fundraiser.
    VIOLET’S SPRING FUNDRAISING FLING , 2:00pm-6:00pm during a Jenkins Township Fire Hall
in Pittston. Admission $10/Children 12 Under FREE

*The Lackawanna County Commissioner’s   24th annual Commissioners’ Bocce Tournament, that will be reason on Saturday, Jun 6, from 9 AM to 7 PM during McDade Park, Scranton.  The eventuality will underline 24 teams with over 96 players in men’s, women’s and churned teams categories.




Sunday, Jun 7, 2015

*  Brewing Rivers Christian Cafe”  at Moving River Ministries Church, 453 South Main Street, Wilkes-Barre.  Will host Christian Artist “Joe Acor” from a Hazleton Area. 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M


*The Guthrie Cancer Center will horde a jubilee for a area cancer survivors on Sunday, Jun 7, underneath a tent during a Tioga Downs Casino racetrack in Nichols, NY from 1 – 4 p.m. Cancer survivors and their families from opposite a area are invited to join us for this day of celebration.  Cancer survivors and their families who would like to attend this eventuality are asked to RSVP by job 570-887-2150570-887-2150 or induction online during https://www.guthrie.org/event/guthrie-survivors-day.




*Looking for something fun to do?  How about a walking debate of Downtown Scranton

The Lackawanna Historical Society will offer guided walking tours of Downtown Scranton during 11 a.m. on Saturdays during a summer. These giveaway tours will concentration on a design and story of some of a city’s pleasing buildings. Tours will concentration on opposite sections of a downtown. A new debate this year will concentration on design of a Lower Hill territory of Scranton.

 Tours will be charity on a following Saturday dates:

·       June 6: accommodate during St. Peter’s Cathedral, dilemma Linden Wyoming

·       June 13: accommodate during Lackawanna College, dilemma N. Washington Vine

·       June 20: accommodate during dilemma Linden St. N. Washington Ave.

·       June 27: accommodate during Elm Park Church, dilemma Linden Jefferson

 Tours are free, though reservations are compulsory by a Thursday before to a debate date. Call a Lackawanna Historical Society during 570-344-3841570-344-3841 for some-more sum and reservations.


*The Friends of a Osterhout Free Library are unapproachable to announce that a 39th Annual Book Sale will be reason Jun 20 – 27 on a library block during 71 S. Franklin Street. The Book Sale dates and times are as follows: 


·       Saturday June 20 9:30am – 4pm  

·       Sunday June 21 closed

·       Monday June 22 9:30am – 5pm

·       Tuesday June 23 9:30am – 5pm

·       Wednesday June 24 9:30am – 5pm

·       Thursday June 25 9:30am – 7pm – Evening Hours

·       Friday  June 26 9:30am – 5pm

·       *Saturday June 27 9:30am – Noon






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

*On Tuesday, Jun 9 from 4-6 p.m., a Lewisburg McDonald’s will horde a annual Bike Helmet Giveaway with Evangelical Community Hospital. The eventuality is sponsored by Kiwanis of Buffalo Valley AM and Kiwanis of Lewisburg.

*Ros-Al Floral Antiques will horde an Antiques Expo on Saturday, Jun 13 and Sunday, Jun 14 during a Four Points by Sheraton, 300 Meadow Avenue. A Preview Party on Friday, Jun 12 will advantage a Lackawanna Historical Society. The celebration will be reason from 6-8 pm. Tickets are $25 per person. Tickets are accessible from a Society by job 570-344-3841570-344-3841 or Ros-Al during 570-785-5960570-785-5960.


*The 911 Memorial Committee of Lackawanna County will horde a annual Flag Day/Army Day observance, SUNDAY, Jun 14 th during 1 pm on Courthouse Square. The eventuality will symbol a 238th anniversary of a Flag and a 240th anniversary of a initial of a US Army. The 911 Memorial Committee annually honors a heroes and innocents of a militant attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

*A tradition that’s fast apropos famous as one of a ‘great tiny things about summer’ in Lackawanna County will flog off a third deteriorate of weekly Lakeside Concerts during Hillside Park on Wednesday Jun 24th with a 6-8 pm opening by Music for Models and Paul LaQuintano.  There is no cost to attend a family-friendly outward concerts . Hillside Park is set on 100 acres intersected by Rt 307/aka Winola Road in between Abington Heights High School and Middle School – adjacent to both Clarks Summit State Hospital and a Abington Senior Center

 * The West End Christian Community Center in Williamsport will horde a Rally for Ramona on Sunday, Jun 14th commencement during Noon.  The eventuality is a fundraiser for Ramona Fausey, who is battling ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease).

 Ramona was innate and lifted in a Williamsport area. She worked for a final 9 years as a Surgical Technologist (CST) and as a helper extender as a illness progressed.  The West End Christian  Community Center is hosting a advantage to assistance Ramona with her flourishing medical bills.

A $10 concession covers access to a eventuality and food buffet.  The eventuality will underline thesis baskets, a live auction and many more.

The West End Christian Community Center is located during 901 Diamond Street in Williamsport.


* The Diocese of Scranton tact of a Year of Consecrated Life will embody a annual Pontifical Mass for Consecrated Life. This liturgy, that traditionally has been reason in February, will this year be distinguished on Jun 14, 2015 during 12:15 p.m. during a Cathedral of Saint Peter in  


*Save a date! The Back Mountain Bloomers Garden Club has announced that a organization’s 2015 ‘Tour of Back Mountain Gardens’ will be reason 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 reason 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 34th annual Coal Cracker 10K and Fun Run will be reason Jun 13 commencement in a initial retard of North Main Street. Registration will start during 7:30 a.m. during a domicile of a revitalization organisation Downtown Shenandoah Inc., 116 N. Main St.
The Fun Run, for youngsters 12 and younger, will start during 9 a.m. The 10K — that has a repute as one of a many exhausting runs in a state — will start during 10 a.m.
Downtown Shenandoah stores and banks will be open around a event. Everyone is welcome.
  After a run, a Flites theatre a “Pierogie Party” for participants.
For some-more information, call 570-462-0389570-462-0389.

* “Camp Discovery” Vacation Bible School, June 22nd by 26th

at a Grove Presbyterian Church (570-275-0692570-275-0692), 330-332 Bloom Street, Danville or children ages 3 Years by finished 5th category co-sponsored with Shiloh UCC (570-275-1943570-275-1943)


* Free Story Hour in a Park , Every Wednesday from Jun 17th – Aug 19th, 6:30 PM  – Planned for a early childhood age organisation in a Danville Memorial Park, 330 Bloom Street, Danville Sponsored by Grove Presbyterian Church (570) 275-0692.  In a eventuality of sleet programs will be reason inside Grove Church.  No story hour on Jun 24



On Wednesday, Jun 10th, The Crackers will be heading an acoustic-style Open Mic Night during The Cooperage Project, located during 1030 Main Street in Honesdale for Open Mic Night from 7:00 to 10:00pm.





*The monthly assembly of a Monroe Animal League will be on Tuesday, June 30 at 7:00 PM during a Eastern Monroe County Library, Rt. 611/N. 9th Street, Stroudsburg.

All Monroe County animal lovers are speedy to attend.



*Phoenix Theatrics is unapproachable to be a Premier Production of Green Day’s “AMERICAN IDIOT” a Broadway Musical!    Jun 19 by 28 – No Show Jun 27th

   Friday, Jun 19, 26  8:00pm

   Saturday, Jun 20  8:00pm

   Sunday, Jun 21 and 28  2:00pm  and Sunday, Jun 28  7:00pm


Tickets $12.00



Reservations are rarely recommended, call 570-457-3589570-457-3589.

Show contains clever denunciation and adult content, parental option is advised.


*Magmanus will move their family-friendly playground and improvisational skills to Hufnagle Park in downtown Lewisburg on Thursday, Jun 25. There will be dual interactive performances during 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. in a park, located between Fifth and Sixth Streets in Lewisburg.

The performances are giveaway and tickets are not required. In box of rain, a shows will be relocated to a Weis Center for a Performing Arts on a campus of Bucknell University. 




*On Sunday Jun 14 from 11-2, come to Pet Supplies Plus, 101 Pocono Commons, (near Pier 1) Route 611, Stroudsburg, and meet a adorable, adoptable dogs, cats, and tiny animals that Boomer’s Angels Animal Rescue and Care (BAARC) has for adoption.



*Come to Cherry’s Sunset Restaurant, Route 209, Kresgeville at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, June 16 for a punch to eat and accommodate a volunteers of Safe Haven Dog Rescue.

Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a tiny organisation of dedicated volunteers from a West End of a Poconos who save rarely adoptable dogs from high kill and packed shelters and finds them amatory homes.

   Then a Safe Haven Pet Rescue will reason an adoption day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 21, during Tractor Supply, Rt. 940, Mt Pocono. Safe Haven will have many immature dogs accessible for we to accommodate and get to know. Safe Haven requires a pre-adoption

*The Monroe County Garden Club presents a 2015 Garden Tour on Saturday, Jun 27. This year’s debate includes 6 poetic gardens located in a West End area. The Club invites we to revisit a gardens all located in a countryside. Each garden is remarkably singular and poetic to explore.

Proceeds from this debate are used to capacity a tyro scholarship, and to send a child to summer Conservation Camp and to support a family by a internal PATH program.

Tickets will be on sale during a following sites – note dates and times: Trackside Station Grill and Bar(site of aged Dansbury Depot) 50 Crystal Street, East Stroudsburg,on Friday, Jun 26 from 9 AM compartment noon, and Saturday, Jun 27 from 9 AM compartment Noon. Chestnuthill Nursery, 1506 Rt. 209, Brodheadsville (outside only) on Saturday, Jun 27 from 9 AM compartment noon. Tickets cost $10 per person, and $8 for Monroe County Garden Club members. For some-more information revisit us on Facebook during www.Facebook.com/MonroeCountyGardenClub or hit Carol Akam President during (570) 897-6433(570) 897-6433.


*Tracey’s Hope 7th Annual Memorial Pet Walk and Celebration of Life Event will take place on Saturday, Jun 13, 2015 from 10:00 Am until 5:30 Pm during Scranton’s McDade Park. Registration to travel with or in memory of your defunct pet will be from 10:00 Am until 10:30 Am. Cost is $25.00 per hiker regardless of how many pets we walk. This will embody a Memorial Pet Walk T-Shirt, a Bandana for a pets or balloons for those walking in memory of a pet. There will be a blessing of Pets by The Very Reverend Gary Mensinger of St. Michaels Byzantine Catholic Church in Pittston during 11:00 Am with WBRE-TV’s Mark Hiller reciting The Rainbow Bridge Prayer and the Memorial Ceremony and Pet Walk immediately after.

*The Endless Mountains Model Railroad Club will accommodate on Saturday, Jun 20, during 6:00 p.m., during a bar building, 7837 Route 29, Dimock PA. Visitors and new members are welcome. Work sessions intermittently around a month. For some-more information, see a website during http://emmrrc.wix.com/trains or call 570-278-3992570-278-3992.


*Schuylkill County’s oldest continual downtown alfresco plantation marketplace will launch a 2015 deteriorate during 8 a.m. Jun 19 along a initial retard of South Main Street, easterly side, and initial retard of East Centre Street, south side nearby a some-more than century-old Bolich Burke Building.

It runs from about 8 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and Fridays around a summer and fall.

*St. John’s UCC, 150 Pine St. Tamaqua is hosting a CPR recertification category on Thursday, Jun 25th starting during 5PM.  The cost is $25.  There are a singular array of seats, so spaces will be indifferent for a initial people to register.  If interested, greatfully call Ben Shafer during 570-778-1044570-778-1044.

*A tradition that’s fast apropos famous as one of a ‘great tiny things about summer’ in Lackawanna County will flog off a third deteriorate of weekly Lakeside Concerts during Hillside Park on Wednesday Jun 24th with a 6-8 pm opening by Music for Models and Paul LaQuintano.  There is no cost to attend a family-friendly outward concerts interjection to ironclad proffer management, peculiarity media sponsorship, and solid financial sponsorship from informal businesses and a Overlook Estates Foundation.

*On Jun 20 and Aug 22 during 8 p.m. maestro informal actor Robert Hughes will perform Jason Miller’s “Barrymore’s Ghost” as a “Readers Theatre.” The opening is hosted by a Rossetti Family Trust and will be reason during a newly-constructed outward museum during a Rossetti home during 1005 Vine Street, Scranton. Tickets are $15, and includes booze and hors d’oeuvres. Reservations are required; greatfully call a Lackawanna Historical Society during 570-344-3841570-344-3841.




*All past and benefaction residents of Beavertown or Beaver Township and all Beavertown Historical Society members are invited to attend a Beavertown Community Picnic on Saturday, Jun 27 during 11:30 am during a Beavertown Fair Grounds. This special eventuality includes giveaway prohibited dogs, hamburgers, home ice cream and drink. Please move a lonesome plate to share.  Bring your grass chair and suffer a entertainment. Raffle tickets will be sole during a cruise and we contingency be benefaction to win. The cruise eventuality is hosted by a Beavertown Historical Society.



Pocono Raceway
9:30am Registration / Noon Start
Finish during Mohegan Sun Pocono
1:30pm – 5:30pm
$25 Rider Passenger / $15 Rider

* The Diocese of Scranton will horde a Sixth Annual Vocations Golf Classic Monday, Jul 13, during Blue Ridge Trail Golf Club, Mountaintop, to advantage a St. John Vianney Endowment Fund. St. Vianney is a enthusiast of bishopric priests. The capacity accepts limited donations for fostering vocations and aiding seminarians. Donations of any volume are welcome. Golfer packages during $250 embody transport and immature fees, lunch, cooking and reception. Hole sponsorships are $100. Information is accessible by job a Diocesan Development Office during 570-207-2250570-207-2250 or online during Vocations Golf Classic


*Let’s get prepared to rummage! St. John Vianney Parish will horde their 6th annual summer Rummage and Bake Sale during Corpus Christi Church, 704 Montdale Road, Scott Twp. The sale will be reason Friday, Jul 10 by Sunday, Jul 12. Doors will be open Friday Jul 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday Jul 11 from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Sunday Jul 12 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The sale, stuffing 6,000 block feet, will embody clothing, children’s toys, domicile items, books and furniture. All deduction advantage St. John Vianney Parish.  For some-more information, hit St. John Vianney Parish during 570-254-9502570-254-9502.

*Safe Haven Pet Rescue will reason a dog adoption day from 11 -3 on Sunday, Jul 5, during Ace Hardware, Rt 209, Brodheadsville (next to Dunkleberger’s).

Safe Haven will have many immature dogs accessible for we to accommodate and get to know.


*Safe Haven Pet Rescue will reason an adoption day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 19, during Tractor Supply, Rt. 940, Mt Pocono.

*The monthly assembly of a Monroe Animal League will be on Tuesday, July 28 at 7:00 PM during a Eastern Monroe County Library, Rt. 611/N. 9th Street, Stroudsburg.All Monroe County animal lovers are speedy to attend.

*Come to Cherry’s Sunset Restaurant, Route 209, Kresgeville at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, July 21 for a punch to eat and accommodate a volunteers of Safe Haven Dog Rescue.

Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a tiny organisation of dedicated volunteers from a West End of a Poconos who save rarely adoptable dogs from high kill and packed shelters and finds them amatory homes.



*   Lakeside Concerts during Hillside Park on Wednesdays.  There is no cost to attend a family-friendly outward concerts . Hillside Park is set on 100 acres intersected by Rt 307/aka Winola Road in between Abington Heights High School and Middle School – adjacent to both Clarks Summit State Hospital and a Abington Senior Center –July Concerts

 July 1st   
6P Skip Monday 
7P  The Luongo Brothers Band
Sponsor: AAGSL and AYSL and Abington Junior Comets

July 8th 

6P  Jimmy and Vitz  
7P  Fab Three 
Sponsor: Oliver Price Rhodes Law Firm

July 15th 
Ken Mc Graw’s Brass and Ivory Orchestra with Chris DiMattio   

July 22nd
Holy Smoke Jazz Quartet   
Sponsor:  Overlook Estate Foundation

July 29th 
6P  Common Threads Band    Sponsor: Overlook Estate Foundation 
7P Sassafrass


*SOUTH PACIFIC- low-pitched by RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN.  Presented by a Music Box Players during a Music Box Dinner Playhouse, 196 Hughes St, Swoyersville, PA.  Performance dates: Jul 10, 11, 12, 17,18,19,23,24,25,26. Fridays and Saturdays; bar opens during 6 PM, Buffet cooking served during 6:30 PM, curtain: 8 PM. Sundays: Bar opens during 1 PM, smorgasboard during 1:30 PM, screen during 3 PM. Dinner and show: $35, $28 for children 12 and under. Show-only: Adults: $18, children:$14. Special show-only Family Night: Jul 16 during 7 PM.  Adults: $16, Students and  children; $12.  Call 570-283-2195570-283-2195 or 1-800 698-PLAY.






* Arts Camp during a Grove Presbyterian Church, 330-332 Bloom St., Danville,  

570-275-0692570-275-0692 Aug 3rd by 7th, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm. Pre-Registration Required A time for children in a finished 1st by finished 7th grades to try a humanities of calligraphy, artistic essay and More! Led by lerned artists peaceful to share their art with children and assistance children learn their possess talents .

$20 per tyro (for a Week), $15 for second tyro in a family,

and $10 for third tyro in family.

Registration forms located in a church bureau or on a website




* Lakeside Concerts during Hillside Park on Wednesdays .  There is no cost to attend a family-friendly outward concerts . Hillside Park is set on 100 acres intersected by Rt 307/aka Winola Road in between Abington Heights High School and Middle School – adjacent to both Clarks Summit State Hospital and a Abington Senior Center –August Concerts

August 5th 
Double Cross  Sponsors:  State Representatives Sid Kavulich and State Representative Marty Flynn 
Aug 12th 
Light Weight with Senator John Blake Duo  Sponsor: Friends of Senator Blake

August 19th 
6P  Q Ball                Sponsor: Overlook Estate Foundation
7P    AM Radio

August  26th   
6P  Tim Mc Gurl    Sponsor: Citizens Savings Bank
7P Crimson Tears



*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.

*Keystone College is usurpation registrations for a seventh annual Jazz Institute during Keystone College from Aug 3-7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. any day.

The Jazz Institute, presented in partnership with a Pennsylvania Jazz Alliance, will offer an eventuality for internal musicians of all ages to investigate and perform with several of Northeast Pennsylvania’s and New York’s excellent furloughed and recording jazz artists. Participants will advantage knowledge in a sundry styles of song they will emanate and perform in their destiny low-pitched careers.  For some-more information on a Jazz Institute, contact, Leanne Kavulich, 570-945-8580570-945-8580 or visit www.keystone.edu/jazzinstitute.





On-Going Exhibits and more


*The Greenhouse Project invites we to try a subject of returning to ‘Real’ Food for a Health and a Planet, as we benefaction 3 evenings of moving films, guest speakers, and member discussions.

 The array starts on Tuesday, May 26th with “Dirt! The Movie”, continues on Tuesday, Jun 9th with a film “GMO OMG”, and concludes on Tuesday, Jun 16th with a film “Fed Up.”

The film array will be reason during a University of Scranton’s Pearn Auditorium on a second building of Brennan Hall, that is located on Madison Avenue nearby a dilemma of Linden Street. For any event, doors open during 6:00pm, with a film to start during 6:30pm, followed by a QA contention with internal consultant panelists. Light refreshments will be accessible before a screening. A $5 concession per chairman is suggested to assistance defray losses and concede a Greenhouse Project, a non-profit gift corporation, to offer a internal community.



* The Shenandoah Area Free Public Library has launched a account drive. Donations can be sent to a library during 15 W. Washington St., Shenandoah, Pennsylvania 17976.

The library is also seeking residents to use their pivotal tags during Redner’s Warehouse Market in a Gold Star Plaza and Boyer’s Markets, West Centre Street.

For some-more information, call a library during 570-462-9829570-462-9829 or a revitalization organisation Downtown Shenandoah Inc. during 570-462-2060570-462-2060.



*The NAMI Scranton Area Support organisation meets 3 times a month on a 2nd 4th Monday and a 3rd Thursday. Monday night meetings are reason 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 570-342-1047570-342-1047 for some-more information


*Commonwealth Home Health and Hospice of Wilkes-Barre will be charity a anguish support organisation to those people who are traffic with detriment and grief. The meetings will be reason on a second Tuesday of a month during 7 p.m. in a discussion room during River Street Manor, 440 North River Street, Wilkes-Barre. Any questions, call 570-718-4475570-718-4475.

The assembly report is,  June 9; Jul 14; Aug. 11; Sept. 8; Oct. 13; Nov. 10; Dec. 8.




 The Carbon County American Cancer Society- is also hostingThe 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(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

Coffee Houses/ Art Exhibits and More!


*A new uncover opens during Artspace Gallery in Bloomsburg.  The pretension of a uncover is “Life is Still Beautiful” , and facilities watercolor works by guest artist Melanie Pacoli.  The uncover runs from May 21 thru Jul 12, 2015 . Gallery hours: Thurs, Fri, and Sat: noon-8pm; Sun: noon-5pm.

*Three internal photographers will benefaction their images of twisted existence that will be on arrangement during a giveaway open exhibition, patrician “Phantasma,” from Tuesday, Jun 2, by Tuesday, Aug 11, in a Widmann Gallery during King’s College. 


Michael Angelo Delmonico of Hazelton, Fawn Marie Tomlinson of Bloomsburg, and Lynn Marie Viercinski of Dallas will any arrangement 10 images crafted from digital photography and focused on a thesis of surrealism.  The muster is giveaway and open to a public. Gallery hours: Mon. by Fri., 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Sat. and Sun., as arranged. The Gallery is sealed on inhabitant holidays and during scheduled breaks around a educational year.  For some-more information, hit Michelle Leonard, Widmann Gallery Coordinator, during (570) 208-5900(570) 208-5900, ext. 5328, or revisit a Experiencing a Arts Calendar during www.kings.edu










June 12, 2015

“The Truth Café Christian Cafe’ ” held at New Life Community Fellowship Church

Will horde internal Christian Group “The Here and Now Effect” 

Every 2nd Friday Night of a month from Apr to October 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.

Contact: Pastor Dave at (570) 301- 7081 or Steve Perillo (570) 899-2264

Place: New Life Community Church Fellowship Hall

            570 South Main Rd. 

            Mountaintop, PA. 18707 


June 13, 2015

My Cup Runneth Over Christian Coffee House” held at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

Will horde National Recording Singer/Songwriter “Mike Lewis” in concert 

with internal Christian Singer/songwriter “Stephen L. Perillo” 

Every 2nd Saturday of a Month at 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.                  

Contact: Cheryl Ritter (570) 824-2991 or Steve Perillo (570) 899-2264

Place: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church

            Corner of So Main and South Street

            Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 18702



June 26, 2015

“The Voice of Hope Christian Live Radio Coffee House held at St. John’s Lutheran Church

Will horde Singer/songwriter “Joe Acor and National Recording Artist Brooke Gerhart” 

Every 4th Friday of a month from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Live on Hope Radio WVHO Station 94.5 FM with a live studio audience

Streamed Live as it happens on web site www.unitybymusic.org

Contact Pastor Debby at  570-735-1760 or Steve Perillo (570) 899-2264  

Place:  St. John’s Lutheran Church             

             231 E. State Street                            

             Nanticoke, PA 18634       








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