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The National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest presents Shakespeare in American Communities. BTE is one of 40 professional theater companies selected to participate in bringing the finest productions of Shakespeare to middle- and high-school students in communities across the United States. This is the twelfth year of this national program, the largest tour of Shakespeare in American history.

On tour to schools, libraries and more…..

Follow us to a magical land, where fairies and puppets and dreamers tell the story of King Oberon, Queen Titania, Puck the Prankster and all of the mischief they can stir up in the woods one summer night. This show is appropriate for all grade levels and ages. Each performance is followed by a Talkback with the actors.

There is plenty of time to book our 37th annual touring show for your school, community center, library, or any venue! Contact Paula for more information.

For more information, or to book a performance, please contact BTE’s School Programs Director Paula Henry at [email protected] or (570) 458-4075.

Theatre in the Classroom (TIC)

TIC tours adaptations of world folk literature and history to elementary schools, as well as middle schools, libraries, and community centers across Pennsylvania and beyond.

It serves as a tool for curriculum enhancement and a unique opportunity for students to discover the world from other perspectives.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream follows in BTE’s tradition of bringing quality theatre to young people and developing and vitalizing their imagination by involving them, through active participation in the theatrical arts.  Show are presented by actors in an animated story-theatre style followed by a lively post-performance discussion.  For schools, a comprehensive Study Guide provided prior to the schedule performance enables educators to maximize the educational value of the theatre experience by providing discussion ideas, related classroom activities, post-performance questions and bibliography.  The study Guide is provided to educators as a download from BTE’s website.

Start:March 23, 2015
End:June 05, 2015
PA, United States


Come face-to-face with animatronic recreations of Giganotosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Dimetrodon, and other iconic dinosaurs as they roar, spit, and bellow on this outdoor prehistoric trek.  This Jurassic era experience also includes a recreated paleontologist dig site complete with a fossil dig.

Cost: included with the price of admission.

Start:May 16, 2015
End:September 01, 2015
Venue:Clyde Peelings Reptiland
Route 15, Allenwood, PA, 17810, United States


Whether you are trying dance for the first time or refining your skills, the Summer Dance Camp is a great way to stay active!  Each camp offers something different while Sandy and her staff provide the same quality that you’ve come to expect.  The camp is held in the Dance Studio at N4Cs.

Instructor and professional dancer, Sand Fritz, trained in dance for over 16 years, is a certified teacher in the state of Pennsylvania, and is passionate about providing a fun, professional dance education for students.  Sandy and her staff will teach the fundamentals of multiple dance forms including Ballet, Pointe, Jazz and Irish Step.

Advanced Camp:  Ages 10 & up; Students will focus on Ballet, Pointe, Variations, Jazz and Modern Dance.  4:30 pm to 7 pm

Junior Camp:  Ages 5 to 9; Students will focus on Ballet, Jazz, Irish, Dance Choreography, games and arts & crafts. 11 am to 2 pm


Start:May 21, 2015
End:June 12, 2015
Venue:Northern Columbia Community & Cultural Center
42 Community Drive, Benton, PA, 17814, United States
Cost:$100 Members/$110 Non-Members


Another open-call show coming to the Stairwell Gallery: “What Are You Reading?” — submit artwork related to a text that you have enjoyed, whether novel, short story, poem, or non-fiction article on historical or contemporary events or issues — even what you have found on the back of your breakfast-cereal box!  All media accepted, from people of all ages and levels of experience: The current show, “What Are You Watching?”, includes work by everyone from college art professors to a six-year-old — our new youngest exhibitor!

Due to the ongoing work involved in repainting the gallery’s space, we have extended the deadline for dropping off work here until 6 p.m. on Tuesday, the 26th of May.  You’ll find the gallery open until 6 p.m. today (Thursday), 9-3 Friday, and 10-6 on Tuesday.  Call 570-317-2596 for more information.

Dates to remember:

  • Now through 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 26th: Work due
  • Thursday, May 28th: Show opens
  • Thursday, June 4th, 6-8 p.m.: Reception, at the same time as the Virginia Woolf show reception at the gallery at the Greenly Center, 50 East Main Street
  • Friday, June 26th: Show ends
  • Saturday, June 27th, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Pick-up of work
Start:May 21, 2015
End:May 26, 2015
Venue:The Exchange (Antler)
24 E. Main Street, Bloomsburg, PA, 17815, United States


Witness the rare white alligator in Ghost of the Bayou, a special exhibit at Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland!

Legend has it that people who gaze into the eyes of these mysterious creatures will be blessed with good fortune. We can’t say for sure if that’s true, but we invite you to come see for yourself!

Snowflake, the white alligator visiting this summer, is an albino alligator. He lacks the pigment melanin, making his skin a whitish-ivory color. Even though Snowflake doesn’t look like our other gators, he is the same species—an American alligator.

Because they do not blend in with their surroundings, albinos can be quickly spotted and eaten by predators. That is why white alligators are extremely rare in the wild and are mostly found in zoos, alligator farms, and nature preserves. Biologists estimate that there are only about 100 white alligators in the world!

Visit May 22—September 7, 2015 and see Ghost of the Bayou before it disappears!

Start:May 22, 2015
End:September 07, 2015
Venue:Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
18628 U.S. Rt. 15, Allenwood, PA, 17810, United States
Cost:Included in price of general admission


Mifflinville will have a 3-day event, Sat. May 23, Sun. May 24, Mon. May 25 for Memorial Day..

Sat. -will be a car cruise-in including the Northeast Hemi Owners Association Dream Machines & Tractors from 10 – 4 pm, music 2 – 4 pm.  Music by The Classics from 2-4 pm.

Sun. will have tractors  (10 am to 4 pm) and music by the Classics from 2-4 pm.  Ron Mowery at 5 pm.

Mon. May 25, the 127th Memorial Day parade will begin at 8:45 a.m. at the German School, 3rd & Race Sts., proceeds to the Mifflinville Cemetery with program and speaker, David Kovach, Columbia County Commissioner.

Events continuing at Carnival grounds from 10 am, East First St., Mifflinville- all 3 days

Crafters, Food, Music. Etc.

Contact 570-759-3610 evenings for additional information.

Start:May 23, 2015
End:May 25, 2015
Venue:Mifflinville Carnival Grounds
East First Street, Mifflinville, PA, 18631, United States


Beginning at 9 pm. on Fridays and Sundays – $10.00/person includes 2 hours of bowling, shoe rental and small soda.  On BowlingFridays only , the $10/person includes Cosmic Bowling (strobe lights and fog).

Note: Summer bowling leagues start in May.


Start:May 24, 2015 9:00 pm
End:May 24, 2015 9:00 pm
Venue:Midway Lanes
1405 Montour Blvd., Danville, PA, 17821, United States


The Montgomery House is open for visitors on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m. from May through October. Open by appointment throughout the year.


Start:May 24, 2015 2:00 pm
End:May 24, 2015 4:00 pm
Venue:The Montgomery House
1 Bloom Street/PO Box 8, Danville, PA, 17821, United States


Enjoy the companionship of other friendly paddlers as you watch for riverside wildlife, improve your paddling skills, and learn about local history! This trip is a delightful 7 miles on the West Branch Susquehanna River between Montgomery & Watsontown with an island rest stop mid-way.  Everything is included for just $45 per person. ($35 if you use your own gear.)  Reservations are required.  For more information, go to www.PaddleHappy.com.  Email [email protected] or phone 570-524-7692 to reserve your river adventure.    (gps location is 41.081882,-76.862766)

Start:May 24, 2015 1:00 pm
End:May 24, 2015 5:00 pm
Venue:Montgomery to Watsontown
PA, United States
Cost:$45/psn; $35 with your own gear


clyde peelingExperience hundreds of butterflies in flight as you walk through our native butterfly greenhouse. Almost everyone appreciates the beauty of butterflies, but how much do you really know about them? Did you know that butterflies can’t hear? Like snakes, they sense vibrations through the surfaces they touch. Did you know butterflies are found everywhere but Antarctica; they taste with their feet; and some, like the Monarch, can migrate up to 2,000 miles? Visit us April 25 through November 1, 2015 to see different species and learn all about these winged creatures.

Contact: [email protected], 570.538.1869 or visit reptiland.com for details

Start:May 24, 2015 10:00 am
End:May 24, 2015 5:00 pm
Venue:Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
18628 US Route 15, Allenwood, PA, 17810, United States
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