A family-friendly Halloween event is planned for Saturday, Oct. 28, at 7 and 7:45 pm at Whipple Performing Arts Studio, 602 Hunter Highway, Eaton Township. Haunted Starlight tours will offer special effects and treats for all. Cost is $10 for teens and adults and $7 per child 12 and under.
The Sullivan County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 37th annual Fall Festival, Lumberjack and Mid-Atlantic National Chainsaw Carving Competition. It will be held on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 14 and 15 at the Sullivan County Fairgrounds along Route 154 in Forksville from 9 am to 5 pm both days, rain
Submitted Article Fall traditions take on a new twist in Tunkhannock when scarecrows, quilts, music, art and of course food come together for a fall celebration. The Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association (TBPA) is hosting “Hometown Fall Fest” on Saturday, Oct. 7 from 11 am to 4 pm. Make it
Submitted Article/Photos by Rick Hiduk Do you support local artists, local music, and local farms? If yes, be sure to “head for the hills” on Saturday, Sept. 16 to enjoy the exciting annual festival that celebrates and supports all three! Created last year by the Kitson Arts Alliance to raise
The Wyoming County Courthouse Art Gallery and the Kitson Arts Alliance have banded together to bring back a popular, long-standing Tunkhannock tradition – the annual community concert at the Courthouse gazebo (top). This year’s featured artist is Zingology (above). Jazz & Art at the Courthouse will take place from 4
Submitted Article The Meshoppen United Methodist Church will provide an evening of Gospel music, praise and worship on Saturday, July 15, beginning at 7 pm. The public is invited and encouraged to stay after the show for cookies and fellowship with friends and members of Good News (above). Good News
Submitted Article The Dietrich Theater invites all who will make Tunkhannock their destination on Founders Day, Saturday, June 24, to make sure to stop by the theater. Guests are invited to take in the exhibit of Wyoming County’s Industrial Past, stay for Bob Baker’s presentation of Wyoming County’s Industrial
Kaitlyn Hoeflein, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Tiers (above), reported a renewed effort by the agency to get the public’s attention, increase awareness for the need for mentors for local children, and to raise much-needed funds. Photo and Story by Rick Hiduk Big Brothers Big