Contemporary artist and composer R. Luke DuBois explores language, data visualization, and music through text art, video, and mixed media installation in this solo exhibition.
R. LUKE DUBOIS
SENIOR EXIT ART SHOW AT BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY
FALL HAYRIDES – KOHLS STONY HILL TREE FARM
Enjoy a half-hour ride along the country roads near the farm, includes crossing a historic covered bridge. A great chance to snuggle up with that certain someone and take in falls finest sights at about 15 miles per hour.
We will not run the hayride in the rain or with the threat of rain or in heavily foggy situations.
A combination pass for the corn maze and hay ride will be offered at $ 10.00 for 13 and up. Kids – 5 to 12 $ 6.00 Seniors $7.00 (Vets $3.00 During September only.)
4th ANNUAL SCARECROW DECORATING CONTEST
The Orangeville Public Library will be holding their 4th annual Scarecrow Decorating Contest. The scarecrow frames will be available for pick-up at the library starting Monday, Sept.21st-Saturday, Oct.10th. The last day to drop off the decorated frames is Saturday, Oct.10th. The decorated scarecrows will be on display in front of library and patrons/public can start voting for their favorite scarecrow on Monday, Oct.12th-Saturday, Oct.24th. All family participants are invited to attend our Fall Family Party on Tuesday, Oct.27th. There will be prizes, crafts, and games. NEW THIS YEAR: A judges’ choice prize and a random drawing prize will be given in addition to first place. For more info, please stop by or call the library.
ONE SLIGHT HITCH
Performances at AKT 226 Center Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815
One Slight Hitch
By Lewis Black
Directed by Andrew Hubatsek
September 24 – October 11, 2015
Thursday, September 24 7:30PM “Pay What You Wish” PREVIEW
Friday, September 25 7:30PM Reduced Price PREVIEW
Saturday, September 26 7:30PM
Sunday, September 27 3:00PM
Thursday, October 1 7:30PM
Friday, October 2 7:30PM
Saturday, October 3 7:30PM
Sunday, October 4 3:00PM
Thursday, October 8 7:30PM
Friday, October 9 7:30PM
Saturday, October 10 7:30PM
Sunday, October 11 3:00PM
From comedian Lewis Black (The Daily Show, Inside Out), a love letter to the ‘great generation’ and their ‘gen X’ offspring. It’s 1981. Courtney’s getting married to yuppie Harper, but old flame Ryan shows up unannounced on the wedding day. Can Doc and P.B. get him out of the house? Will sister Melanie get him into bed? And can Delia keep from going out of her mind? Absolutely nothing goes as planned in this hilarious and heartwarming comedy. For mature audiences only (recommended for 8th grade and up).
Tickets at www.bte.org or 570-784-8181
Admission to “Pay What You Wish” Preview is cash only, no reservations. Doors open at 6:30, seating begins at 7:00PM, show begins at 7:30PM.
THE EXCHANGE PRESENTS: “COVER OF A COVER/COVER OF A COMIC” EXHIBITION
Come see over 50 artworks inspired by 1) comic books, graphic novels, and comics characters 2) an existing record album. Artists re-imagine the originals in many styles and media (from paintings and drawings to digital art and mixed-media 3-D), and the artists range from impassioned amateurs to professionals, grade-school kids to college art professors.
Reception on Saturday, October 17 from 6 to 8 pm.
BERWICK FARMERS MARKET
The Berwick Farmers Market opens the last Saturday in June and runs every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday through the last Saturday in October. For details, please see our Facebook page. All produce vendors happily accept the USDA Farm Market Nutrition Vouchers and also the SNAP Program.
Saturdays only this harvest season you will find Homemade Amish baked/canned goods, milk and cheeses from Hemlock View Kitchen.
BLOOMSBURG FARMERS’ MARKET
SOCRATES CAFE AT THE BLOOMSBURG PUBLIC LIBRARY
Pope Francis joined the global warming debate with his recent encyclical. Should religion have a role in the debate? What does “dominion over the Earth” mean? Should consumerism, poverty, and technology be environmental issues? Is Caring for the Environment a sacred duty? Join us for a spirited exchange of opinions on Tuesday, September 1st, at 6:30 p.m. at the Bloomsburg Public Library.