Submitted Article For the third year, Tunkhannock United Methodist Church will be presenting Journey to Bethlehem. Scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14 and 15, it will take place between 6 and 9 pm both evenings. This is a fun and inspiring event for the young, old and in-between. Imaginations
Submitted Article / Photos by Laura Yale & Angie Setters The Tunkhannock Business and Professional Association, the Reading and Northern Railroad and the Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway are hosting Santa Train Rides on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24 and 25, departing from Tunkhannock’s Riverside Park. Santa and Mrs. Claus will
The talents of contemporary Christian recording artist Dave Fitzgerald (above), originally from Mansfield, will be highlighted during two worship services at Victory Church, 645 E. Main Street, Troy. The public is invited to join Pastor Josh Payne in welcoming Fitzgerald at 6 pm on Saturday, Dec. 10 and at 9 am
Submitted Article The hugely successful “Journey to Bethlehem” will be presented again for Christmas 2017. Sponsored by the Tunkhannock United Methodist Church as a free gift to the community, the event will take place on both Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9, between 6 and 9 pm both nights.
The Wyoming County Players will present their annual musical, The Christmas Schooner, at the Waverly Community House, 114 N. Abington Road, on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 18 and 19. The 2014 cast included (seated, from left) Giuliana MacDonald Scotti, Gary Sands, George Sobeck, Amelia Comly, Katherine Curry, Bella MacDonald Scotti,
Santa and Mrs. Claus (top) officially kicked off the 2014 Christmas shopping season in Tunkhannock by lighting the borough Christmas tree on Dec. 5. Hundreds of area residents took advantage of the opportunity to ride a passenger train (above) with Santa and Mrs. Claus this weekend as part of ‘Christmas
Photos and Story By Rick Hiduk Youths from Whipple Performing Arts welcomed Santa and Mrs. Claus to Tunkhannock for the tree lighting ceremony. Organizers of Christmas in Our Hometown in Tunkhannock had good reason to be hopeful that Friday evening’s opening ceremonies would draw a good crowd, as light snow