Events in the Susquehanna River Valley
Arts & Museum Exhibits
Jeannette Lasansky will give a talk on certain Amish quilt traditions in Pennsylvania, drawing upon her knowledge of the “White Top" or "Nebraska" Amish who have settled primarily in Mifflin, Centre, Union, and Columbia counties.
Demonstrations, Lectures, Workshops
Join gardening experts for informative and fun workshops and Make & Take classes at Country Cupboard.
State Representative Lynda Schlegel Culver will partner in a free First Step Pre-business Workshop on Wednesday, May 6, at 9 a.m. at the Sunbury Municipal Building, Room 200,, 225 Market St., Sunbury, PA 17801.
U.S. Congressman Tom Marino and Bucknell University SBDC will host Patents and Intellectual Property for Small Business on Friday, May 8, at noon at Hunt Hall (Hunt Formal), Bucknell University campus, Harris Dr. & Loomis St, Lewisburg, PA 17837
The 10 and Under workshop is for coaches, parents, and instructors who spend most of their time working with children ages 10 and under. The workshop will be conducted by a national faculty member provided by Unites States Tennis Association (USTA) and will teach age-specific activities for athletic development, warm-up, skill development games, and take home activities.
Tax Topics for Small Businesses and Self Employed
Join business owners, students, inventors, innovators, and members of the Bucknell University Entrepreneurs Incubator to explore the intersections of technology and entrepreneurship; and of Bucknell and the community
The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art is proud to host “Abandoned America” photographer Matthew Christopher for a special gallery lecture and book signing on Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m.
Festivals & Fairs
April in Lewisburg, means it's time for the 46th annual Lewisburg Celebration of the Arts. This year's celebration again runs for two weeks, beginning April 24 and continuing through May 10. The two weeks are filled with something special for people of all ages.
Enjoy Ard's Bar-B-Que, games for kids and adults, archery shoot, skeet range, fish pond for kids to fish, local sporting vendors and organizations, hourly raffles for sporting goods, PA Veterans Services Outreach.
Food & Drink
History & Heritage
The Museum complex will be open for the season. There will be two temporary exhibits in the Visitor Center, and new displays in the historic buildings. Guided tours are offered of the original buggy factory, family home and showroom.
In-Store Promotions and Sales
Buffalo Valley Outfitters is closing its doors on Saturday, May 30 (owners are relocating to Massachusetts). Everything must go -- clothing by North Face, Patagonia, Osprey and North Face backpacks, camping, running, boating & hiking gear. All clothing is currently 35% off, and all hard goods 25% off.
Just for Kids
Free admission, free parking, free picnicing, and free entertainment. Two world class, wooden roller coasters. Catch the Brass Ring on one of the largest and oldest Carousels in the world! Prepare to go Vertical in 2015, with IMPULSE! Knoebels ALL NEW STEEL COASTER!
Visit more than 300 rescued animals including more than 60 felines (lions, tigers, cougars, leopards, bobcats, servals). Bears, lemurs, fox, and more. Stroll through 35 acres to view the animals in spacious enclosures.
Theatre, Cinema & Dance Events
The spring schedule includes Of Mice and Men with James Franco and Chris O'Dowd (March 22), Behind the Beautiful Forevers (April 19), The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard (May 3) and Man and Superman with Ralph Fiennes (May 31).