Event Calendar
Postings for October 31, 2013 Full Month View
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12:00AM 12:00AM Dorothy Boccella’s 2013 Holiday Marketplace fund The Abington Community Library will host its Dorothy Boccella’s 2013 Holiday Marketplace fundraiser on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 10 AM to 4 PM. The library is located at 1200 West Grove Street, Clarks Summit. Admission is FREE. This annual fundraiser will feature over 25 local vendors with unique handcrafted items including honey and maple syrup products, handmade wooden bowls and cutting boards, pottery, clothing, funky and traditional jewelry, and original artwork. Through November 9 a chance raffle is available with over 80 beautiful baskets donated by local businesses and individuals. Baskets include gift cards, jewelry, child’s wooden rocking chair, an overnight stay with spa treatments, American Girl Doll, LEGO Medieval Castle set, and much more! Raffle tickets can be purchased at the library. The ticket prices are 2 tickets for $1, 12 tickets for $5, or 25 tickets for $10. The tickets can be used towards any basket. The concept for Holiday Marketplace (2009) was created by former Library staff member Dorothy Boccella (1960-2013), a talented woman whose infectious enthusiasm, generosity, and creativity made this event and its success possible. Find holiday gifts for your loved ones while supporting your local library! For more information about the event, please visit http://www.lclshome.org/abington/ or call (570) 587-3440.
1:05PM 12:00AM Owl Day Have you met Tally, the Nature Center’s newest Eastern screech owl? She joins Owen, a family favorite of the Endless Mountains Nature Center. Owen and Tally cannot be released back into the wild due to injury, so they visit with children and families during educational programs and events, such as the upcoming Owl Day on Sunday, Nov. 10 from 1-4 p.m. In addition to viewing the Nature Center’s raptors, learn about birds of prey during a program presented by Bill Streeter, an educator from the Delaware Valley Raptor Center. Hone your drawing skills during an art session using a live owl as a model or engage your crafty side with an owl-themed craft. Children enjoy learning by using their hands to dissect owl pellets and pick up useful knowledge about what owls and other birds of prey like to eat.
2:00PM 3:00PM A Miners Tale The Miner's Tale tells the story of the anthracite coal miner in Northeastern Pennsylvania through monologue. Theatrical production and historical preservation share a common denominator in celebrating the human spirit by illuminating that which links us as people. This presentation gives the anthracite region through the spoken word and dramatic presentation. The cost of the play is $5.00 per person and includes admission to the exhibitions of the Anthracite Heritage Museum.
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