Beat the Ross Library book sale rush with Preview Night
LOCK HAVEN – It’s always wild on the first day of the Annie Halenbake Ross Library’s Annual Book Sale! Everyone is jostling for the best books and the lines are long. What if you could skip the busy first day of book sales and get access to the best materials first, before the rush?
The library has introduced a new preview night. On Tuesday, September 13, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., you can shop to your heart’s content. For $20 you’ll get VIP access to wine, refreshments, the chance to meet Mark the Shark, and the chance to buy gear before anyone else.
To purchase tickets, call the Ross Library at 570-748-3321 or stop by and meet at the front desk.
Can’t come Tuesday night? The sale officially begins on Wednesday, September 14 and ends on Saturday, September 17. There is no admission these days – Friday is a half-price day and Saturday is a $5 bag day.
— Tuesday, September 13 (Evening preview) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
— Wednesday, September 14 and Thursday, September 15, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
— Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Stock is rotating throughout the week, so check back often!
Proceeds are donated to Clinton County Libraries: Ross Library, Friendship Community Library and Renovo Area Library.
The library would like to thank sponsors Schlessinger Communications, AM 970 and FM 106.3 WBLF, FM 105.90 WQCK, FM 92.1 WSQV, 106.9 WVSQ, and AM 1230 and FM 96.9 WBPZ.
Farm-City Family Festival is September 17
MACKEYVILLE – The Farm-City Family Festival will take place at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on September 17.
The Farm-City Family Festival celebrates agriculture’s important relationship with its urban neighbors in creating stronger, healthier communities. This free, family-friendly event has a lot to offer all members of the community.
The celebration includes a fun 5k color run, county health fair, goat milking contest, milk puffing contest, pie contest, pedal tractor, cream making demonstrations ice cream and butter, crafts and games for children, a rain barrel auction, a spotted lantern activity, vaccination clinic and more.
There will be craft and food vendors on hand to show off their wares.
If you would like more information about the Farm-City Family Festival, contact Susie Peters at 570-726-3798 ext. 3800 or [email protected] For more information on the seller, contact Diana Nyman at 570-660-9458.
Clinton County Democrats plan fall barbecue
for September 29; reservations due before September 22
LOCK HAVEN — The Clinton County Democratic Committee will host an informal outdoor fall barbecue on Thursday, September 29 at Riverview Park. All county Democrats and those interested in learning more about the local party are welcome to attend.
The event will include a cookery-style meal and guest speakers, as well as a silent auction, from 5-7:30 p.m.
“Our party has not held our traditional spring dinners or fall picnics since 2019 due to the pandemic. This year’s event will be a little different, featuring your typical food menu and being held outdoors, in the hopes that we can finally come together and have a social event that will bring our party and presidential candidates together. elections”, said William H. Mincer, chairman of the Clinton County Democratic Committee (CCDC). “As a rule, there is a fee to attend our dinners and picnics, as they serve as our main fundraisers. However, this event will be free, donations are accepted.
Candidates at local, regional and national level were invited to attend.
Reservations are due by September 22.
The menu will feature burgers and hot dogs. Guests are encouraged to sign up to bring desserts for a potluck after the main course.
The CCDC is also accepting donations for the silent auction.
The BBQ will be held at Riverview Park, located on West River Drive, Lock Haven (Woodward Township), PA 17745.
To make a reservation or learn more about how to donate to the Silent Auction, email CCDC Co-Chair Kim Coleman at [email protected] or call 570-660-1555.
Dush will hold a virtual town hall on October 6
HARRISBURG — Sen. Cris Dush (R-25) will host a virtual town hall event for residents of the 25th Senate District on Thursday, Oct. 6, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Dush would like to take this opportunity to discuss matters important to the 25th District. Additionally, due to legislative redistribution following the 2020 Census, Senator Dush would like to say goodbye and thank you for the support of those he represented in Tioga, Clearfield and southern Jefferson County. Finally, he wishes to acknowledge and welcome voters from parts of Center County who have been added to the 25th District.
Join the Senator via Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/SenatorCrisDushPA.
A live audio stream will also be available at https://senatorcrisdushpa.com/access-live/.