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DINOSAURS COME TO LIFE

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
Host:
Phone:570-538-1869
Address:
Route 15, Allenwood, PA, 17810, United States

GHOST OF THE BAYOU

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
Host:
Address:
18628 U.S. Rt. 15, Allenwood, PA, 17810, United States
Cost:Included in price of general admission

FAIRY TALES AND RHYMES SUMMER READING PROGRAM

The Orangeville Public Library will be holding a "Fairy Tales and Rhymes" summer reading program for children aged 3 years – 4th grade. We will meet Tuesday mornings beginning June 16th and going through August 11th. (skip July 21). Preschoolers (3 – 5 years old) will meet from 9:00 – 9:45 a.m. and school age children (K – 4th grade) will meet from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Children must be registered by June 10th to attend. Each morning will feature stories, crafts, games and snacks. Please call the library at 570-683-5354 for more information.

Start:June 16, 2015 9:00 am
End:August 11, 2015 11:00 am
Venue:Orangeville Public Library
Host:
Phone:570-683-5354
Address:
Mill Street, Orangeville, PA, 17859, United States
Cost:Free

BEN MCLAUGHLIN: ROAD TRIP

This solo exhibition by British artist Ben McLaughlin features paintings of the mundane aspects of travel during the artist’s visits to the United States.

Start:June 16, 2015
End:September 06, 2015
Venue:Downtown Gallery, 416 Market St.
Host:
Address:
Downtown Gallery, 416 Market St., Lewisburg, PA, 17837, United States
Cost:Free

DiscoverE – “OUTDOOR PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE”

PENN’S ADVENTURERS (Ages 9-12):

– “Ocean Connections” – August 11 & 12 — 9am-noon

What’s so important about an ocean? What’s happening to our waters that we need to be aware of and why do we talk so much about conservation? And what is happening to the animals that live in them? We’ll be doing some underwater explorations as we dive into the oceans for our answers to this and more. We will even set up a “simulated” ocean right in our acitvity center! Join us for some creativity and fun!

For additional information or to REGISTER for these upcoming programs, contact Judy Adamic at (570) 477-7780.

Start:June 17, 2015 9:00 am
End:August 12, 2015 12:00 pm
Venue:Ricketts Glen State Park
Host:
Phone:5704777780
Address:
685 State Route 487, Benton, PA, 17814, United States

DiscoverE – OUTDOOR PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

2015 Summer Youth Programs at Ricketts Glen State Park – This series, is designed to help children, ages 4 through 17, learn about their natural world. These fun and exciting programs allow young people to GET OUTDOORS and explore, experience, and enjoy their environment!

HIDE & SEEKERS (Ages 4-5):
– “Turtles and Tadpoles” – July 13 & 14 — 10 am-noon
Most children are fascinated by reptiles and amphibians. Through a series of activities, games, crafts, scavenger hunts, and woodland exploration, children will get the opportunity to discover the secretive world of turtles and frogs up close. We’ll explore the importance of camouflage, habitats, and animal behavior necessary for survival.

OUTDOOR EXPLORERS (Ages 6-8):
– “Under the Sea” – July 27 & 28 — 9:30 am-noon
On this adventure, we will take a journey into the ocean to visit little Nemo’s home territory and explore all the other creatures that live there! We will learn the importance of clean water, and what we need to do to keep it that way! You’ll even make some sea creatures of your own to take home and take care of.

PENN’S ADVENTURERS (Ages 9-12):
– “Ocean Connections” – August 11 & 12 — 9am-noon
What’s so important about an ocean? What’s happening to our waters that we need to be aware of and why do we talk so much about conservation? And what is happening to the animals that live in them? We’ll be doing some underwater explorations as we dive into the oceans for our answers to this and more. We will even set up a “simulated” ocean right in our activity center! Join us for some creativity and fun!

CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (Ages 12-17):
– “Wilderness Survival Skills” – July 21, 22, & 23 — 9am-noon
In this program, youth will get the opportunity to study, hands-on, the basics of wilderness survival! We will touch on first aid, setting up survival shelters, fire-starting and preparing campfires, outdoor cooking, identifying edible and poisonous plants, and animal tracking! (Bring water or a drink. Suntan lotion/bug spray, if desired.)

– “JOURNALING THROUGH NATURE” – August 3 & 4 — 9:00am-noon
Join us as we take our observational skills outdoors to explore, sketch, and document life in woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and the lake! Nature journaling is FUN and gives youth a chance to slow down, connect to nature, harness their creative energies into organized thoughts, and develop a love of writing and art!

For additional information or to REGISTER for these upcoming programs, contact Judy Adamic at (570) 477-7780.

Start:July 13, 2015
End:August 04, 2015
Venue:Ricketts Glen State Park
Host:
Phone:17814
Address:
695 State Route 487, Benton, PA, United States
Cost:FREE

CROSSCUTTERS HOME GAMES – AUGUST

Game times remain the same as in previous seasons with all Monday-Saturday home contests starting at 7:05pm and Sunday home games starting at 5:05pm. The only exception is a 1:05pm game time for the season finale on September 7.

August 1 & 2 – Vermont

August 9, 10 & 11 – West Virginia

August 15 & 16 – Mahoning

August 21 – Auburn

August 24, 25 & 26 – State College

August 31 – Auburn

Start:August 01, 2015
End:August 31, 2015
Venue:Susquehanna Bank Park at Historic Bowman Field
Host:
Phone:570-326-3389
Address:
1700 W. Fourth St, Williamsport, PA, 17701, United States

DiscoverE – “OUTDOOR PROGRAM FOR YOUNG PEOPLE”

“Journaling Through Nature” – August 3 & 4 — 9:00am-noon

Join us as we take our observational skills outdoors to explore, sketch, and document life in woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and the lake! Nature journaling is FUN and gives youth a chance to slow down, connect to nature, harness their creative energies into organized thoughts, and develop a love of writing and art!

For additional information or to REGISTER for these upcoming programs, contact Judy Adamic at (570) 477-7780.

Start:August 03, 2015 9:00 am
End:August 04, 2015 12:00 pm
Venue:Ricketts Glen State Park
Host:
Address:
685 State Route 487, Benton, PA, 17814, United States

E TU BISTRO WINE PAIRING & FOOD TASTING

Fall 2015 Wine Tasting Classes:

Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8 pm.E tu Logo

Each class offers a three-course dinner, didactic presentation, and a sample of 6 different wines representative of a classic wine region.  All classes are held at E Tu Bistro.

Individual classes are $75.00/person or $325 for all five classes (non-refundable).  Sign up fast…classes limited to 30 guests.

Schedule:
August 4:  The White Wines of Italy
September 15: The Wines of France’s Loire Valley
October 20:  The Wines of Alsace France
November 10: The Wines of California
December 15: Champagne and Sparkling Wine

 

 

 

Start:August 04, 2015
End:August 04, 2015
Venue:E Tu Bistro
Host:
Phone:570-490-0328
Address:
268 Mill Street, Danville, PA, 17821, United States

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

SUMMER READING CLUB, for independent readers up to age fifteen, offers six weeks of fun, games, crafts and of course stories, beginning in June after the end of the school year. Participants may sign up to win reading prizes, or just drop in for the programs. The Club meets on Tuesdays at 9:30 AM for an hour. Adults are welcome, but may drop off children, provided the children are accompanied to and from the children’s library.

On July 8, local storyteller, Scott Atherton, will regale children six and up with stories of Native American heroes, followed by a craft project and traditional Native American game.

Start:August 04, 2015
End:August 04, 2015
Venue:Bloomsburg Public Library
Host:
Phone:570-784-0883
Address:
225 Market Street, Bloomsburg, PA, 17815, United States
Cost:FREE
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