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Roulette Public Library will have Forgiveness Month

October 1-31, 2017

All dues will be forgiven but

Donations are welcomed to help the

Library purchase new materials.

 

Photo by Gerri Miller

 

October 12-November 19

The Wellsboro Art Club Exhibit and Sale is on display now through Sunday, Nov. 19 in the Main Gallery at the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center, 134 Main Street, Wellsboro. Members are giving free demonstrations every weekend until the show closes. This Saturday, Oct. 14 at 11 a.m., Barbara Brace of Mansfield will demonstrate abstract ink art; this Sunday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m., Eileen Wilson of Middlebury Center, watercolor painting techniques; Saturday, Oct. 21 at 1 p.m., Kathleen Schnell of Wellsboro how to make a plate from fused glass; and Sunday, Oct. 22 at 1 p.m., Patti Wilson of Middlebury Center, how to crochet a holiday pin.  Pictured is Patti Wilson with the My Little Pony she crocheted for the art show and sale.

October 19-November 2

The Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center is offering a Pennsylvania State approved motor vehicle inspection course for passenger cars; light trucks; motorcycles; medium/heavy trucks; and busses. This program includes classroom and hands-on instruction. Participants must provide a valid driver’s license and Social Security card to register for this program.

This course will be held Wednesdays and Thursdays, October 19, 25, 26 and November 1 and 2, 2017 from 4:15 to 6:45 p.m. The Tactile Exam is scheduled for Saturday, November 4th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For more information or to register, call the Education Council’s Port Allegany office at 814-545-1333.

October 19

Nightscapes Photography Workshop will be held Saturday October 21 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.,  at Cherry Springs State Park .preregister before 3 p.m. today. It is limited to 10 people. Under the direction of professional photographer Curt Weinhold, participants will learn how to use their own DSLR cameras and lenses to photograph the starry night sky (constellations and the Milky Way) and foreground material (trees, buildings, people, etc.). Take  a tripod, a digital single-lens reflex camera with removable, interchangeable lenses, a memory card and two fully charged camera batteries. Participants who have a laptop computer with image editing software may bring it for use during the short review of images. To view samples of Weinhold’s work, visit http://pbase.com/cwphoto. The $55 per person fee (check or cash only) is due upon arrival at the program. Participants are asked to meet at the park’s visitor parking lot by the kiosk on the east side of Route 44. Questions? Email Weinhold at cwphoto@zitomedia.net.

Preregistration and Viewing ConditionsOnline preregistration for stargazing programs is required to use park telescopes. Preregister at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/cherry_springs_state_park.

If it rains, thunders or is cloudy, all programs will be cancelled. Check http://www.cleardarksky.com/c/ChrSprPkPAkey.html for 48-hour cloud cover forecasts and viewing conditions. To see if a program will be held, call (814) 435-1037 and select Option #5.

October 19, 20 & 21

Park United Methodist Church on Third Street  in Coudersport will have a rummage sale from 9-5 Thursday and Friday and from 9 to noon Saturday.

 October 20

The Upper Allegany Watershed Association will have a Route 6 Highway Clean up from 9:30a-noon on the  south side of Route 6 a ¼ mile east of Burtville. Supplies furnished. Lunch will follow.

.October 20

There will be a fish fry at the Masonic Hall on Oswayo Street in Shinglehouse from 4:30-7:00. Donation: Adults,$10; children $7. Take outs available. Choice of Fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take outs available.

October 21

The North Central PA Beekeepers Association will offer an “Intro to Bees” and Beekeeping class from 9a-1p at the Penn State Extension Office, Water Street, Coudersport. Class size s limited. Cost is $35 for the first family member; $10 for each additional family member. The fee includes two classes with a second held I the Spring, the book, “First Lessons in Beekeeping” and several other printed materials.

October 21

 The Downtown Bradford Scavenger Hunt will be held from 1-4p.Put your knowledge of Bradford’s History to the test. Solve riddles and find clues related to Bradford’s rich local history to complete the hunt and win prizes. For more information please call or visit: 814-598-2646 www.facebook.com/HistoricDowntownBradford.com

   October 21

The  Potter County Artisan Center will host a New Moon Fall Open House from 1 pm until 5 pm. This is an opportunity for stargazers, leaf lookers as well as  local residents to do some holiday shopping. Special music and refreshments will be offered. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

October  20 & 21

The Elk County Fair Presents Scare At The Fair at the Elk County Fairgrouds.Get ready for a spooky good time, with food, games, a fortune teller, haunted house, and more! Cost is $5 per person (children 4 and under are free).

 

OCTOBER 21

Sweden Valley Faith United Methodist Church will have a free spaghetti dinner from 4-7p. everyone welcome!

October 21

The Hinson Family, a Southern Gospel group, will present a concert at the First Church of God in Eldred at 7p. The concert is free and open to the public. 814.225.3272

October 21

Port Allegany Moose will have a harvest dinner from 5-7p. $10/person. Variety of fall meats, vegetables and pies.

October 21

The Genesee United Methodist Church will have a harvest dinner starting at 4. Free will offering. Turkey, ham, trimmings, favorite sides and desserts. Take outs available.

October 21

The Ninth Annual Wellsboro BookFest, will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 104 Main Street in Wellsboro. The focus of BookFest is to encourage community interest in literacy, reading and writing.Twenty  visiting authors will attend.The author portion of the event is free and open to the public.

The used book sale has a $5 entry fee for people ages 10 and older. To reduce the fee to zero, attendees can get signatures from five visiting authors: $1 will be taken off the entry fee for each author’s signature up to $5 total.

Bags and author signature sheets will be provided.

All books at the used book sale will be $5 a bag. The sale is being held to raise money to support the Wellsboro Area School District’s four public school libraries. All money from the sale will be given to the libraries to purchase new and used books.

Local and regional authors attending this year’s BookFest will have copies of their books for sale and be available to talk to anyone interested in learning more about the writing and publishing process. They represent a variety of genres and publishing venues. Among them are writers of Christian and children’s books, local history, poetry and mysteries.

Those who have books they would like to donate to the sale are asked to drop them off at the high school or at From My Shelf Books during school and bookstore hours between now and Monday, Oct. 16Magazines, encyclopedias or Time Life book sets will not be accepted.

For information about the used book sale, call the bookstore at 570-724-5793 or like the Wellsboro BookFest Facebook pa

October 22

The Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting a Block Shoot at its outdoor range at 4646 Route 287, 3 miles south of Wellsboro. Registration for club members and the public  will be at 12:30 p.m. with the matches to start at 1 p.m. and end at 4 p.m.

Competitors can use any 12-gauge shotgun. Scopes are permitted. Only ammunition provided by the club can be used during the shoot.

 

All shooters must be in the standing position without the aid of a brace or strap. Eye and ear protection must be worn by the shooters and by spectators near the range. Shooters will approach the range with an unloaded firearm; the action must be in the open position. All firearms will be brought to the range with the action open and remain that way until competitors are on the shooting line and given the command to load and fire.

The card stock targets measure 5½ by 5½ inches square with an “X” in the center. They will be hung from stands at 30 yards. One shot per card will be scored. Shooters may enter two cards per round. The closest shot to the center of the “X” will win the round.

The fee is $3 for each target with a two-target limit per round.

Prizes for each round will be split 50/50 between the winner and the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club.

For more information, call Charlie Messina at 570-439-2192.

 

 

CHERRY SPRINGS

Saturday October 21

Night Sky Tour The free New Moon Splendor program will be on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m. The public will experience the wonder of the night sky and Milky Way and learn about several constellations and the myths and legends surrounding them during a laser-guided tour by park staff. Telescopes will be available to those who preregister to take a closer look at celestial objects, such as stars, planets, nebulae and star clusters. Those who want to attend the laser-guided tour but not look through the telescopes, do not have to preregister. For viewing conditions, call 1-814-435-1037 Option #5.

LYMAN RUN

October 20

The Halloween event “Spooktacular” will be returning to Lyman Run this year, thanks to the volunteers who are members of the Friends of Lyman Run.  The event is scheduled from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.  This year kids will be able to visit the Haunted Picnic Grove…decorated for Halloween and candy will be handed out by spooks and witches and goblins.  Rain date for this event will be Saturday, Oct. 21.

Volunteers are needed to help with this event.  We will be setting up the picnic grove at 3:30 pm and also setting up the luminary bags which will light the way to all the spooky treats.  We need our members to help out with this event in order to make it happen so please let Friends Group chair, Maxine Harrison, know if you can help out.  Contact her at chipmaxharrison@verizon.net

This is a great event for families and those will small children…we try to make it more fun than scary…so dress up the kids and take your trick or treat bags and come on out to the park for some Halloween fun!

    SINNEMAHONING

Friday, Oct 20, 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Homeschool Day: Explore Bow Hunting –  Students will learn safe archery and hunting skills and develop an overall appreciation for wildlife and nature.  All students grades 6-12. Pre-registration required.  Park Office & Wildlife Center

Saturday, Oct 21, 2:00 PM –3:00 PM

Archery Demo Day –   Discover the exciting sport of archery! Join park staff to learn about basic archery equipment, safety, shooting techniques and more.  Stop by anytime between 12:00 & 3:00 for this free program.40 Maples Use Area.

                                                       ELK COUNTRY VISITORS CENTER

Saturday, October 21st

2:00 PM- “Trapping in Pennsylvania”Trapping of furbearers has been an important part of America’s culture since prehistoric times. Trapping is still practiced today throughout North America. Join Penn State University Intern, Alexis Stine, as she discusses the importance of trapping and trapping in Pennsylvania.

 Sunday, October 22nd

2:00 PM- “Slither and Climb”Can you identify all three of Pennsylvania’s venomous snakes? Join Penn State University Intern, Nick Harris, for an informative presentation on various species of snakes found in Pennsylvania. Stick around afterwards for a chance to meet the Center’s own black rat snakes, Cocoa and Java.

The Elk Country Visitor Center is operated by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization.  We are located at 134 Homestead Drive, Benezette, PA 15821.  Please use 950 Winslow Hill Road in your navigation system.  For more information call 814-787-5167, or visit us at www.ExperienceElkCountry.com

October 23

The Upper Allegany Watershed Association will meet at 7p at the S.W.Smith Library in Port Allegany. Open to the public.

October 24

Georgeanna DeCarlo, Dedicated Practitioner of Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique, will present an introduction to quantum healing and conduct a group session from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm, at the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudersport. This will be a light trance session. The cost is $20.00 per person. Session materials will be provided. For more information or with questions about this event please e-mail Georgeanna at GeorgeannaDecarlo@gmail.com, or call the Potter County Artisan Center for information or to register at 814-274-8165. Participants must be at least 18 years of age. Class size is limited to 10. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

 October 27

There will be a fish fry at the Masonic Hall on Oswayo Street in Shinglehouse from 4:30-7:00. Donation: Adults,$10; children $7. Take outs available. Choice of Fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take outs available.

October 27

The Shinglehouse Fire Department and Ambulance Association  will hold a Halloween Party from 6-7:30p at the fire hall. There will be games, treats and a costume parade at 7. Open to children 0-12 years of age. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

October 27

Friends of Tracy Tucker will have a haunted hayride from 5-8p at the Port Allegany VFW on Route 155 to help her with expenses related to her battle with breast cancer. Ages  5 and up. $5/person. Light refreshments available for purchase. Chinese Auction, Raffles, bake salel, face painting, kids costume contest and pumpkin painting.

 

October 28

The 88th annual Potter County Municipal Officials convention will be held at the Coudersport Golf Club.  Breakfast and mixer begins at 7:30a. Speakers include motivational speaker Todd Parisi,  a representative from the PA Township Supervisors Association and  PennDot . Bill Simspon, Potter County Veterans Affairs Director and the county commissioners will also speak. Lunch will be provided. No RSVP required. Various vendors will be on site.

October 28

Fall Basket Bingo will be held at the Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department Training Center. Doors open at 3p; first game called @5p. 50/50 raffle, bake sale, door prizes and light refreshment. Advance tickets available by calling Sue @274-9166.

October 28

Elephants Dancing will present a concert at 7:30.. in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center, Main Street in Wellsboro, the band will perform hits from their album, “Rituals” including “Panic Static” named song of the year by Electric City Music Conference, a few tunes from their newest album and new singles. The music video link for “Panic Static” is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p86RskIAM8.

is a different kind of band with a different kind of sound. They bill themselves as a peace preaching, reggae surf-rock group from Pennsylvania

Based In the Wilkes-Barre area, the band has six members who range in age from 20 to 25. They include: Michael Iorio, lead vocals and bass guitar; Danny Sales, lead vocals and rhythm guitar; Karl Rucker, lead guitar; and Ross LeSoine, tenor sax. New band members are Samantha Carwell on keyboard and Jerry Royce on drums.

Elephants Dancing currently has over 40 original tunes that deliver fun melodies, clever raps, syncopation and island vibes. The band’s music is positive, uplifting and impacts listeners by imparting messages of wisdom based on the realization of current life and repeating history. This is BYOB – bring your own beverages and snacks – event. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students with identification. Children 12 and under accompanied by a paying adult will be admitted free. For tickets visit www.deanecenter.com or for tickets and to reserve a table at no extra charge, call 570-724-6220.

October 28

Just in time for Halloween, the first 150 children to register for the Deane Little Beans Harvest Celebration will be able to take home pumpkins they have decorated any way they want. There will be lots to do for youngsters ages 2 to 11. Everything is free.

The celebration will start  at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28 in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre and lobby at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

It will begin with pumpkin decorating with Rachel Tews of the Fifth Season. The pumpkins and all of the supplies for decorating them, including paintbrushes, washable paints, wiggly eyes, sequins and other items, will be provided free. Youngsters should wear washable attire.

Storytime will include a reading of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” followed by a showing of the movie with the same name. In both, the Peanuts gang celebrates Halloween with trick or treating while Linus waits in his local pumpkin patch for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin. Charlie Brown is excited to be invited to his first ever party, Violet’s Halloween party.

During the event, Deane Little Beans will play carnival games, including Pumpkin Bowling, Ghoulish Monster Ping-Pong and Pumpkin Harvest Tic-Tac-Toe and can have their pictures taken with a pumpkin scarecrow. There will also be snacks.

Sponsors are Indigo Xreme Internet, The Fifth Season and the Deane Center for the Performing Arts.

This free program is open on a first come, first served basis to 150 children. To register, parents are asked to call 570-724-6910 or email  info@thefifthseason.biz.

October 29

The annual turkey and biscuit dinner and white elephant sale will be held at the Crandall Hill Community Hall. Adults, $; children 11 & under, $4. Take outs available. Sponsored by the Hebron Seventh Day Baptist Church

                                                                                                  SINNEMAHONING

Saturday, Oct 28, 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM HAUNTED HALLOWEEN TRAIL and All Hallows Eve Celebration –  On-going activities include hayride,bonfire, music and more! All are welcome! Open to the public. Program Cost $10 per carload. Park Office & Wildlife Center.All Hallows Eve Celebration, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Crafts, games & activities for younger children.Less scary version of trail for the little ones.Bwana Jim’s Wild Animal Show, 6:00 – 7:00 PM, Entertaining educational program for all ages Haunted Halloween Trail, 7:00 – 9:00 PM, Scarier version of trail for older children & adults including haunted poachers’ camp, zombies, chainsaw butcher, and other creatures of the night.

For more information about programs and events at Sinnemahoning State Park, contact the park officeat 814-647-8401 or by email at mailto:SinnemahoningSP@pa.gov.  Online, visitSinnemahoning-State-Park on Facebook or view the PA State Park calendar of events at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/

If you need an accommodation to participate in PA State Park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit.  With at least three days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.

October 27

10 Ways to Transform Your Business into a Sales Building Machine!
The seismic shift to digital and online communications – and the explosion of over 5,000 new marketing technologies over the past 7 years from less than 200 – has overwhelmed time and resource challenged business owners and their marketing teams. With so much information and choice, marketers are struggling to find a way to profitably build sales. Marketing tactics that cut through ad clutter and cater to customersÂ’ emotions will stand out and that requires a personal, human and creative touch. In this workshop, you will learn how to:
1. Create a strong, authentic, trustworthy brand and defendable market position
2. Build an effective and accountable marketing team and a systematic customer generation plan
3. Use business analytics, marketing intelligence and automation to sell better to key target markets
4. Inspire customers and team members with a remarkable experience
5. Innovate and quickly launch new initiatives via a minimum viable product strategy
6. Price your products and services for profit and discover new revenue streams
7Growth hack key marketing communications technologies to save time and money
8. Exploit inbound marketing tactics such as content, email, SEO, social media, video, Website and more
9. Integrate and effectively use outbound/paid forms of marketing
10. Create a plan to win new customers, retain/win-back profitable ones and dominate your local trade area
After this workshop, you’ll walk away with a ton of action oriented strategies, tactics and ideas to build a 90-day to 12-month marketing plan and immediately put into practice a cost effective sales building system that will help you dominate your market in 2018 and beyond!
Register Online Now or Call the Clarion University SBDC at (814) 393-2060 or Toll free at 1 (877) 292-1843 or Email: sbdc@clarion.edu
Speaker: Stephen Wayhart, Managing Partner, BrandMill
Where: Clarion University SBDC (Barnes Center)
330 North Point Drive, Suite 100
Clarion PA 16214-3873 Directions
Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (8:30 am registration)
Cost: $99.00 (Lunch provided)

October 28

The start and finish of the Run Past Cancer 5K and One Mile Fun Walk/Run will be in Smythe Park in Mansfield. The One Mile will begin at 9:30 a.m. and the 5K at 10 a.m. Registration for both will open at 8:30 a.m. and remain open until the start of each race.

Event T-shirts are only given to participants in the 5K who register by Tuesday, Oct. 10 either online, by mail or at Wild Asaph Outfitters or Oswald Cycle Works. Sizes are: small, medium and large for youth and small, medium, large, extra large, 2XL and 3XL for adults.

Register online for the 5K and One Mile at www.relayforlife.org/5krunpastcancerPA17. Online registration ends on Oct. 10.

Between now and Oct. 20completed 5K and One Mile registration forms can be mailed to Terry Borneman, 136 Mount Zion Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901.

Or, between now and Friday, Oct. 27, registration forms for the 5K and One Mile can be picked up at Wild Asaph Outfitters at 71 Main Street in Wellsboro or Oswald Cycle Works at 7 North Main Street in Mansfield, completed and returned to Wild Asaph or Oswald’s with a check made payable to the American Cancer Society.

The entry fee for those who register by Oct. 10 is $20 for the 5K and $10 for the One Mile. The entry fee for those who register between Oct. 11 and 28 is $25 for the 5K and $15 for the One Mile. The maximum fee immediate family members will be asked to pay to enter the One Mile is $30.

Those entering the 5K are also encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. One prize will be awarded for Best Dressed. The overall male and female 5K winners will each receive a medal.  First, second and third place medals will be awarded to the top three male and/or female finishers in the following age categories: 19 and under, 20 to 29, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59 and 60 and up.

Participating families and individuals are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. Prizes will be awarded for Best Dressed, Funniest, Scariest, Most Unusual, Cutest, Best Fictional Character, Best Group and Coolest Celebrity. The first, second and third place runners will each receive an award.

All participants in the 5K and One Mile will each receive a goodie bag, which will include a coupon for free ice cream at Peggy’s Candies & Gifts in Wellsboro.

For more information about participating in the 5K or One Mile Fun Walk/Run or sponsorships, call Terry Borneman at 1-410-428-8615.

16901.

October 28

The Port Allegany Star Hose Auxiliary Fall Bazaar will be held at the fire hall from 10-4p. Kitchen open. 50/50 raffles and Chinese Auction.

October 29

The Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting outdoor running deer shoots from noon to 4 p.m. on and Nov. 5 and Saturday, Nov. 25. The shoots will be at the club at 4646 Route 287, three miles south of Wellsboro in Delmar Township.Members and the public are invited to participate. The running deer paper target is fixed to a four-foot by three-foot wooden frame that is mounted on wheels on a cable at the club’s outdoor range. The target is pulled along the cable from the left to right at 100 yards from the from the shooting area. Only one shooter is allowed to be on the range per pass. Safety gear and eye and ear protection are required to participate.A sign-up will be held before each round of shooters. The fee is $2 per pass with a limit of two shots per pass. The fee will be split with 50 percent going to the shooter with the highest score per round and the other 50 percent to the club. Call Ray Rowland at 1-607-857-4631 for more information.

ELK COUNTRY VISITORS CENTER

Saturday, October 28th

10:00 AM-2:00 PM – “Educational Presentations”Join KECA staff starting at 10:00 AM for Halloween inspired educational presentations/activities.

3:00-7:00 PM- “Safe Trick or Treat”Trick or Treat along the center’s  trails to learn some interesting facts about wildlife in Pennsylvania.

The Elk Country Visitor Center is operated by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization.  We are located at 134 Homestead Drive, Benezette, PA 15821.  Please use 950 Winslow Hill Road in your navigation system.  For more information call 814-787-5167, or visit us at www.ExperienceElkCountry.com

Sunday, October 29th

2:00 PM- “Elk Walk and Talk”Join a staff members  and  hike the trails around the Elk Country Visitor Center. Learn many interesting facts about the property and wildlife that often inhabit these fields. Topics to be covered include such as what elk eat, where they spend their time, and how each season brings something different.

The Elk Country Visitor Center is operated by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit conservation organization.  We are located at 134 Homestead Drive, Benezette, PA 15821.  Please use 950 Winslow Hill Road in your navigation system.  For more information call 814-787-5167, or visit us at www.ExperienceElkCountry.com

October 31

Trunk or Treat night will be held at the Coudersport Borough Office starting at 5:30p. Door to door trick or treating will follow at 6:00 pm at homes with porch lights on.

October 31

Roulette’s Trick or Treat night is being from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please watch for the porch lights for trick or treating. Have fun but be safe.

November 1

The Oswayo Valley Music Boosters will present a music dessert theatre starting at 7p in the middle/high school.  Anyone interested in performing should register at www.oswayovalleymusicboosters .weebly.com by Monday October 16.

November 1

Friends of the Roulette Library will meet at 6:30p in the library. All interested persons invited.

 

November 3

There will be a fish fry at the Masonic Hall on Oswayo Street in Shinglehouse from4:30-7:00. Donation: Adults,$10; children $7. Take outs available. Choice of Fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take outs available.

November 3

The first of three Christmas Open Houses, offering music, special treats, and introducing Christmas merchandise will be held from 5-8p at the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudersport. Another will be held Saturday, November 18, from 1 pm until 5 pm, and  a third Friday, December 15 from 5 pm until 8 pm. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

November 4

The Annual Craft Bazaar will be held at the Riverside United Methodist Church.River Street Roulette PA  9 AM to 2 PM  Hoagie Sale* Grocery Opportunity *Bake Sale,  Chinese Auction * Vendors  Handmade gifts for everyone on your Christmas list!

November 4

Penn York Camp, Route 49 Ulysses will have a craft bazaar fro 10a-2p.

November 4

The First Church of God on Main Street in Eldred will have a free Thanksgiving Dinner from 4-6p. Formore information, call 814.203.7463 or 814.558.6149.

November 4

There will be a Craft Vendor Splendor at the Ulysses Community building. Doors open at 6:15p. Kitchen will be open.

November 4

The Shinglehouse  Fire Department will have a ham and turkey party at 7p. Doors open at 6p. Raffles and pull tabs. Must be 18 or older.

November 4

The Wellsboro Community Concert Association is presenting the Sultans of String on  tonight Nov. 4, the River City Brass Quintet on Saturday, Dec. 16, the Gibson Brothers on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley on Saturday, March 24, 2018 and the April Verch Band on Saturday, April 7, 2018. To reserve tickets for a specific concert or to purchase a season ticket ($70 per adult and $30 per student, 13 and over) for all six WCCA concerts, call 570-724-6220 or visit /www.wellsborocca.org. first VENDORS WANTED

November 4

The Wellsboro Community Concert Association is presenting the Sultans of String on  tonight Nov. 4, the River City Brass Quintet on Saturday, Dec. 16, the Gibson Brothers on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley on Saturday, March 24, 2018 and the April Verch Band on Saturday, April 7, 2018. To reserve tickets for a specific concert or to purchase a season ticket ($70 per adult and $30 per student, 13 and over) for all six WCCA concerts, call 570-724-6220 or visit /www.wellsborocca.org. first VENDORS WANTED

November 5

The Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting outdoor running deer shoots from noon to 4 p.m. on and Saturday, Nov. 25. The shoots will be at the club at 4646 Route 287, three miles south of Wellsboro in Delmar Township.

Members and the public are invited to participate. The running deer paper target is fixed to a four-foot by three-foot wooden frame that is mounted on wheels on a cable at the club’s outdoor range. The target is pulled along the cable from the left to right at 100 yards from the from the shooting area. Only one shooter is allowed to be on the range per pass. Safety gear and eye and ear protection are required to participate..

A sign-up will be held before each round of shooters. The fee is $2 per pass with a limit of two shots per pass. The fee will be split with 50 percent going to the shooter with the highest score per round and the other 50 percent to the club. Call Ray Rowland at 1-607-857-4631 for more information.                    Dress appropriately and bring water if needed as this program will take place outside.

November 7

Cathy Snyder, an Artisan Center member, will hold a basket-making workshop on from 6 pm til 9 pm at the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudersport. Participants will learn to make utensil/wine basket. The cost of this class has been reduced to $20, a savings of $15 to the student. Reservations are required. This class was supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

November 8

Charles Cole Hospital will have free mammograms for uninsured and under-insured women 40 and older for more information 814-274-8200 to register.

November 10

Embracing Conflict in Family Business!

The potential for conflict in any business is high, and for family business it can become so complicated that many businesses tend to navigate around it, ignore it all together, or accept long held stalemates that stagnate business but keep the peace. This workshop is designed to shift attitudes regarding conflict management in your business away from avoidance and trepidation and towards accepting it as a vital part of the decision making and growth process. This workshop is designed to be both educational and experiential and will be limited to ten businesses (two attendees per business).

Topics to be covered:

Breaking down the conflict, looking at it from a systemic and historical perspective

Balancing the risks and benefits of addressing the conflict

Creating a culture that can effectively embrace and manage conflict

Register Online Now or Call the Clarion University SBDC at (814) 393-2060 or Toll free at 1 (877) 292-1843 or Email: sbdc@clarion.edu

Speaker: Angela Shirey, LCSW, Spero Group LLC

Where: Clarion University SBDC (Barnes Center)

330 North Point Drive, Suite 100

Clarion PA 16214-3873 Directions

Time: 9:00 am– 11:30 am (8:30 am registration)

Cost: $20.00 per person

November 10

There will be a fish fry at the Masonic Hall on Oswayo Street in Shinglehouse from 4:30-7:00. Donation: Adults,$10; children $7. Take outs available. Choice of Fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take outs available.

November 17

There will be a fish fry at the Masonic Hall on Oswayo Street in Shinglehouse from 4:30-7:00. Donation: Adults,$10; children $7. Take outs available. Choice of Fried or four kinds of baked fish. Take outs available.

November 18

The second of three Christmas Open Houses, offering music, special treats, and introducing Christmas merchandise will be held from 1 pm until 5 pm at the Potter County Artisan Center in  Coudersport. The final  and  a third Christmas Open House will be held  Friday, December 15 from 5 pm until 8 pm. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

November 21

Robyn Smelko, art teacher at Northern Potter, has agreed to return for another jewelry making  class at the Potter County Artisan Center in Coudesport.  Students will make a handcrafted necklace, by creating original artwork that will be attached to glass, placed in a pendent tray, then added to a chain. Charms can be added if desired.  The cost of this class is $20 per student. Robyn will be contributing a portion of the proceeds to the art department at Northern Potter. The class will be held 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm. Reservations are suggested. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

 

November 25

The Coudersport Area Chamber of Commerce will host a Christmas Craft Show ~ 9am – 2pm @Coudersport Area High School. Rental Fees: $35 (10×10) gym space or $25 single 8’ table in hallways. Must provide own set up. Building will be open Friday evening 7 – 9pm for set up and at 7am Saturday morning.

November 25

Galeton’s Lights on the Water-“Glow” will feature the town’s famous fireworks over Berger Lake. www.visitgaleton.com

November 25

The Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club is hosting outdoor running deer shoots from noon to 4 p.m. on at the club at 4646 Route 287, three miles south of Wellsboro in Delmar Township.Members and the public are invited to participate. The running deer paper target is fixed to a four-foot by three-foot wooden frame that is mounted on wheels on a cable at the club’s outdoor ran. The target is pulled along the cable from the left to right at 100 yards from the from the shooting area. Only one shooter is allowed to be on the range per pass. Safety gear and eye and ear protection are required to participate. A sign-up will be held before each round of shooters. The fee is $2 per pass with a limit of two shots per pass. The fee will be split with 50 percent going to the shooter with the highest score per round and the other 50 percent to the club. Call Ray Rowland at 1-607-857-4631 for more information.

 

December 5

The Potter County Artisan  Center welcomes back Theresa Welsh, owner of Coudersport Paint n Party for a Paint and Sip, from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm,. Grab a friend and join Theresa, who will provide step-by-step instruction, making the painting possible for even a beginner. The cost of the class is $35, and includes all materials. This is a BYOB event. All participants must have a valid ID and a PA sales receipt must accompany bottles. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport

December 8 & 9

Cameron County Fireworks Committee resurrecting a popular event during Christmas in the Wilds weekend The Christmas House tour this year will include discounts at select restaurants and businesses.  The proceeds will benefit the Cameron County Fireworks held each July.

The Holiday House Tours and Light Decorating Contest add a fun element to Christmas in the Wilds.  The Cameron County Chamber of Commerce is coordinating the events and has begun signing up participants.  There is no fee to participate in the house tour.  “Be willing to show off the inside of your home is the only requirement,” according to chamber director Tina Solak.  There is a $5.00 fee to enter the house decorating contest.  That puts your house on the widely distributed map and gives you eligibility to win cash prizes.Anyone wanting more information on either event is urged to contact the chamber office at 814-486-4314.

December 13

Charles Cole Hospital will have free mammograms for uninsured and underinsured women 40 and older for more information 814-274-8200 to register.

December 15

The last  of three Christmas Open Houses, offering music, special treats, and introducing Christmas merchandise will be held from at the Potter County Artisan Center in  Coudersport from 5 pm until 8 pm. Call the Potter County Artisan Center at 814-274-8165 for more information or to reserve a spot in a class. Classes are to be paid in advance. The Artisan Center is located at 227 North Main Street, Coudersport.

 

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