Rev. Lisa Heckman (top) of the First Presbyterian Church of Montrose and organist Martha Denkenberger (above) will conduct a ‘Blue Christmas’ service on Dec. 19. Story by Rick Hiduk (Originally published in the Susquehanna County Independent) The holiday season is not full of joy for everyone. While some experience seemingly
Submitted Article What is your favorite Christmas movie of all time? Is it associated with a tradition or a childhood memory? Well, there is a good chance that one of your favorite Christmas films will be celebrated at the Dietrich Theater as part of the Dietrich’s Twelve Movies of Christmas.
Tall Pines Forest of Lights quickly became one of the leading holiday attractions in Susquehanna County when it debuted last year, and organizers are promising another magical experience despite having to scale back some of its elements. The drive-through attraction at the Tall Pines Players Club near Friendsville will be
Story by Rick Hiduk /Submitted Photos (Also published in Holiday Living) The Journey to Bethlehem, coordinated by members of Tunkhannock United Methodist Church (TUMC), is entering its fourth year and will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13 and 14. Guests start at TUMC at Church and Warren streets and
Submitted Article Old Mill Village Museum’s popular Victorian Christmas Tea will once again provide a relaxing break from the hustle and bustle of the holiday with sweet treats, hot beverages, and good company on Saturday, Dec. 14, in New Milford. This elegant interlude will take place from 11 am to
Submitted Article The Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association and the Reading and Northern Railroad, are hosting Santa Train Rides on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 14 and 15, departing from Tunkhannock’s Riverside Park. Santa will be on board each train ride to visit with riders, especially children. Train rides are at
Story and Photos by Rick Hiduk (Also published in Where & When Magazine) The Tunkhannock Business & Professional Association has been coordinating Christmas in Our Hometown for nearly two decades now, drawing thousands of people from miles around to the quaint downtown streets of one of the best-preserved business districts
Submitted Article/Photos by Rick Hiduk Volunteers have been working for the past few weeks to get the Oldest House ready for its Annual Christmas Tea. The House was built around a vast chimney that houses five fireplaces. Themed around these fireplaces, the workers have created a warm and cozy atmosphere