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PICK-A-PASTA – DINE-IN DEAL!
SALAD, PASTA ENTRÉE AND DESSERT FOR $10.99!

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The Reitz Theater will present, Play On! by Rick Abbot.  Show dates are: April 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13 at 7:30 pm, and April 7 at 2:00 pm.  Sign Language Interpretation will be provided on April 6 by Jenny Gordon.  Play On!  is being sponsored by Hopkins Heltzel Law Firm and Wise Eyes of DuBois.    Play On! is a hilarious comedy about a theatre group trying desperately to put on a play in spite of maddening interference from a  haughty author who keeps revising the script.  Enjoy their distress beginning with the rehearsal of the dreadful script, through the near disastrous dress rehearsal, to the final act in which anything that can go wrong, does.  Even the sound effects reap their share of laughter.   Play On! is being directed by Bobbie Reitz and Misti Bruner and the cast includes Zachary Coudriet, Sara Stone, Chuch Johnson, Emily Smith, Tyson Titler, Max Smith, Andy Benson, Amanda Braunns, Rachel Duke, and Valerie Kucenski.   The opening night gala, April 5th, for Play On! will feature samples from Buck's Pizza in DuBois.  Come and enjoy the offerings prior to the performance, and during the show's intermission.     Tickets for this show cost $12 for adults and $10 for senior citizens (60+) and students.  Tickets can be purchased online at www.ReitzTheater.com, at Ace Hardware in DuBois or by visiting the Reitz Theater Box Office, which opens one hour prior to each show, and is also open Mondays and Fridays from 10 am- 4 pm, and Wednesdays from 4 pm- 7 pm.  Please call ahead (814-375-4274) to make special arrangements for handicapped seating, including ideal placement for viewing the sign language interpretation during the April 6 performance. The Reitz Theater is located at 36 East Scribner Avenue in DuBois.   "Play On!" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.       Cultural Resources, Inc.     at the Reitz Theater PO Box 958 36 E. Scribner Avenue DuBois, PA 15801   814-375-4274
www.reitztheater.com    

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2 Classes: Worried About Falling And Injuries From Falls? 4/24 & 5/1

The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be offering a PDA Evidenced-Based Program, Healthy Steps in Older Adults (HSOA), for Clearfield County residents aged 50 and older.  
The class will be held at the Karthaus Center for Active Living, Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 3637 Main St. in Karthaus.   HSOA is an evidence-based, falls prevention program, designed to raise fall prevention knowledge and awareness, introduce steps to reduce falls and improve health and well-being, and provide referrals and resources. The program consists of two 2-hour workshops.
Classes are free and will be held on Wednesdays, April 24 and May 1 from 10:30 AM until 1:30 PM.
Please plan to attend both sessions to get the full benefit of the course.  Act now - class size is limited.  For information or to register, please call the Karthaus Center for Active Living: 814-762-9644.
Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation and local and consumer contributions.

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This event repeats every day until 04/30/2019


$5 OFF ANY LARGE OR X-LARGE PARTY PAK (expires 4/30/19)
(You can show coupon on phone or any mobile device)
Online orders use code PARTYPAK5

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This event repeats every week on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 04/01/2019


Choose an Appetizer, Entree and Dessert for two for a limited time only
Expires this month! No limits! Dine-In Only.

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Lenten Fish Dinners are BACK!!!!
Every Friday during Lent beginning March 8th
Reynoldsville Elks Lodge
5-7:30 PM
Open to the Public!!!
Take Outs Available!!!
Platters:
Fried or Baked Haddock $9.00
Jumbo Shrimp $9.00
**All platters served with Cole Slaw and Bread and your choice of French Fries, Baked Potato, Haluski or Homemade Mac and Cheese
Sandwiches:
Fish Sandwich 
w/cheese 
Grilled Cheese on Texas Toast 
Other Items Available:
Haluski 
Homemade Mac and Cheese 
French Fries 
Cole Slaw 
Apple Sauce 
BRING IN AD FOR DISCOUNT LOCATED IN TRI-COUNTY SUNDAY PAPER

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We need Crafts for our Annual Fundraiser! 
Crafters should drop off their creations by May 31st at the DPL during regular hours.
Ticket sales start June 1st and end June 29th.  >>>> $1.00 each
Drawings will be held at 9:00 A.M. on July 1st.
Library Hours: 
Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday: 9AM - 8PM
Children's Department Open Until 8PM on Mondays only.
Wednesday & Friday: 9AM - 5PM
Saturday: 9AM - 4PM
The proceeds of the sale will benefit the DuBois Public Library.

 

 

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CCAAA To Hold Classes On A Matter of Balance
The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be hosting an 8-week program entitled A Matter of Balance. The program is approved by the AoA, Administration on Aging, and NCOA, National Council on the Aging.
An award-winning program, A Matter of Balance (MOB) acknowledges the risk of falling but emphasizes practical coping strategies to reduce this fear.  They include promoting a view of falls and fear of falling as controllable, setting realistic goals for increasing activity, changing the environment to reduce fall risk factors, and promoting exercise to increase strength and balance.
The program is designed to benefit community-dwelling older adults who are concerned about falls, have sustained a fall in the past, restrict activities because of concerns about falling, are interested in improving flexibility, balance and strength, and are age 60 or older, ambulatory and able to problem-solve.

Classes will be held at the Clearfield Center for Active Living, 116 S Second St in Clearfield, beginning on April 1, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.  The classes run every Monday and Thursday for 8 weeks. 
Enrollment is required. Please call 765-2696, ext. 312 for more information.
Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation, and local and consumer contributions.

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Lifelong Learning Institute Presents March & April Programs
The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., in collaboration with Lock Haven University Clearfield, announces the March and April programs offered through the Clearfield Community Lifelong Learning Institute. These programs are free, but you must register to attend. (see bottom)
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On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, join us at 1:00 PM to hear about Geocashing. Learn what geocaching is from Presenter, Scott Brubaker, who has lived in the Curwensville area since moving there with his family in 1966. Growing up, he learned to love the outdoors through family camping trips and the local Boy Scout Troop. Prior to 2007, Scott and his brother purchased hand-held Garmin GPS's to take on a hunting trip in Illinois. Several years after buying the GPS, Scott was reading the outdoor page in the Sunday edition of the Pittsburgh Press where he ran across an article on a new activity called Geocaching. He went to the website and saved it to his favorite list. About a year later, he saw it listed in his favorites and decided to take another look. He signed in, signed on with the free membership and punched in Curwensville's zip code in the search box. There he found there were four caches hid at Prince Gallitzen State Park, planned a camping trip there, and made his first four finds. Since he has started geocaching, he has made 2,021 finds in 7 different states. Scott has hidden 157 geocaches in central Pennsylvania. In 2011, Scott approached the Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism office about starting a geocaching trail in the county. They agreed to sponsor and support the trail. The CCRT has stated the Geocaching Trail is one of their most successful projects with geocachers coming from all over the country to complete it. If you are looking for a great adventure in the great outdoors or the big city, geocaching is a great family activity. ----------------------
On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at 1:00 PM, David Singer will talk about the history of the Coalport Museum and key players that are important in keeping it running. See pictures of various items used back in the day of deep mining and learn the explanation of the life of the miner and his family along with the danger of the job. Presenter, David Singer, is happily married to his wonderful wife for 28 years. His past included 13 years in the Air Force and many years driving truck until his health ended that career. Currently a pastor with Relationship Ministries where he and his wife enjoy visiting people in the hospital and sometimes their homes. He started at the museum when AARP hired him under the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). ----------------------
Let your imagination take you on a Coast to Coast Aircraft Trip with Rodney and Paul Bowers. They will take you on their journey through the remembrances of this father/son duo as they recount their experience flying from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Coast in their small aircraft. Rodney Bowers is a retired building contractor and Paul Bowers is a retired Penn State University Professor of Architectural Engineering. Join us on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 1:00 PM. ---------------------
On Tuesday, April 30, 2019, at 1:00 PM, Jeanne Huffman, daughter of Harry Matlack, will speak on the former history teacher at Clearfield Area High School, who spent his years of retirement investigating several Native American dwelling sites around his home in Ferguson and Knox Townships. He wrote three books detailing his work, and Jeanne is offering this program to review these books and to offer some current perspectives on them. What these dwelling sites revealed to him, as well as, the mysteries that still remain, clearly continues to hold fascination for all of us. Jeanne grew up in New Millport and is now retired, living in New Millport during summers and near Philadelphia during the winters. She attended Clarion State College, Indiana University of PA, and Carnegie Mellon University as an English major, and Spring Garden College in Philadelphia as a Computer Systems major. She worked for a number of years in King of Prussia, PA, as a Computer Programmer and Project Manager for Fiserv Inc., and in retirement has been teaching on-line courses for The University of Phoenix and for Delaware Valley University in Doylestown. ----------------------
To learn more, contact the CCAAA at 814-765-2696.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Register by calling the CCAAA at (814) 765-2696. Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging Inc, Mature Resources Foundation, and local and consumer contributions.

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DuBOIS - The Ostomy Support Group of Penn Highlands Healthcare will meet from noon to 12 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, in Room 107 of the Central Resource Center building, 204 Hospital Ave., at Penn Highlands DuBois West. 
At this meeting, Coloplast company representative will be the guest speaker. She will be showing new products and ostomy supplies.
The support group is hosted by Penn Highlands Healthcare and provides emotional support and useful information for individuals living with an ostomy. It is a unique support group not only in the Penn Highlands Healthcare system but in the country. There are less than 400 nationwide.
The Ostomy Support Group meetings are informal, round-table discussions on topics of interest, new product demonstrations and question-and-answer sessions.
There is no fee to attend.  For more information, please call Heather Kisamore, BSN, RN, CWOCN, at (814) 375-3056.
 
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The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be offering Diabetic Self -Management (DSM) classes at the Clearfield Center for Active Living, 116 South Second Street in Clearfield.  
The DSM class is an evidence-based program given two and a half hours, once a week, for six weeks.  

Subjects covered include:
> Techniques to deal with symptoms of diabetes, fatigue, pain, hyper/hypoglycemia, stress, and emotional problems such as depression, anger, fear and frustration
> Appropriate exercise for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility and endurance
> Healthy eating
> Appropriate use of medication and working with your health care providers. 
Participants will make weekly action plans, share experiences and help solve problems encountered in living with Diabetics.
Classes are free and will be held on Wednesdays, April 3 through May 8.  This is a six session series.  
Please plan to attend every session to get the full benefit of the course.  Act now - class size is limited.  
For information or to register, please call the Clearfield Center for Active Living at 814-765-9319.
Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation and local and consumer contributions.

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CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT
Nobody wants to have a chronic long-term illness or chronic pain.  Unfortunately, most of us will experience two or more of these conditions during our lives. 
The following class, given by the CCAAA, will help people with chronic illness explore healthy ways to live with physical or mental conditions.   A healthy way to live with a chronic illness is to work to overcoming the physical, mental, and emotional problems caused by the condition.  The challenge is to learn how to function at your best, regardless of the difficulties life presents.  The goal is to achieve the things you want to do and get pleasure from life.  The class is all about learning common life skills that are needed to become a great manager of both your chronic condition and all other aspects of your life.   
The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc. will be offering Chronic Disease Self -Management (CDSM) classes at the Houtzdale Family Service Center, 40 Terrace Drive, Apt 3 in Houtzdale.  The CDSM class is an evidence-based program, given two and a half hours, once a week, for six weeks.  
Subjects covered include:
"    Techniques to deal with problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain and isolation
"    Appropriate exercise for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility and endurance
"    Appropriate use of medications
"    Communicating effectively with family, friends and health professionals
"    Nutrition
"    Decision making
"    How to evaluate new treatments
     
Classes are free and will be held on Fridays, beginning May 24, 2019, from 9:30 AM until noon.  This is a six-session series.  
Please plan to attend every session to get the full benefit of the course.  Act now - class size is limited.  For information or to register, please call the Houtzdale Family Service Center, 814-378-5120.
Programs and services of the Agency are funded in part by the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging, Inc., Mature Resources Foundation and local and consumer contributions.

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Penn State DuBois will offer the program, "So You Want to Start a Business". Open to all members of the public, as well as faculty, staff, and students, the event is planned for Noon until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, in the Hiller Student Union at Penn State DuBois. 
The program will feature an introduction to the North Central PA Launchbox by Launchbox Director Bradley Lashinsky.  The Launchbox initiative aims to help local companies innovate new technologies and processes, expand their business opportunities, and create growth and increased job opportunities in the area workforce. The initiative is also intended to assist entrepreneurs who want to start a new small business of their own by helping to find resources to get started and to begin growing a small business. 
Following the Launchbox program, a panel of local entrepreneurs and resource partners will have an open discussion about what it takes to succeed in operating a business.  Panel members include Ree Mitra, co-owner, Aegis Coffee Roasters, DuBois; Ed Tate, owner, Luigi's Ristorante, DuBois; Herb Bullers Jr., Jefferson County Commission, and owner of Servpro, Brookville Lumber, and Pinecraft Homes; Lindsay Fairman, Technical Leader and Investor, Align Advisors LLC; Jim Chorney, director of the North Central Regional Planning and Development Commission; Aleshia Marshall, business consultant,  Clarion Small Business Development Center; and John Siggins, Business Consultant, Ben Franklin Technology Partners.
Penn State Startup Week brings some of the leading minds in entrepreneurship and innovation to Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth. It was founded in 2012 by the College of Information Sciences and Technology as "IST Startup Week." The event was created to celebrate a $400,000 gift from David Rusenko ('07 IST) that advanced IST's commitment to supporting student entrepreneurs. The growth of the event to Penn State Startup Week in 2017 built on this effort to engage nearly every corner of the University. 
 

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How Smoothies Can Change Your Life   Cheryl Shenkle will present information on better health with Smoothies using frozen and fresh fruits, a variety of proteins, and natural sweeteners with lower calories and lower glycemic levels.  Sweet and Savory Smoothie recipes will be handed out.  Make your own Smoothie at the end of the meeting and share with others.  Also to be discussed will be making paper pots for garden starter plants
The public is always welcome to attend the program and to share a light meal which is provided by the BUDS Gardeners.
April 4th: The meeting location is at the First United Presbyterian Church, 43 W. Scribner Avenue in DuBois.  Please use the red door at ground level facing Scribner Avenue.  For Handicapped Access at the High Street side of the church call 590-9010 when you park. BUDS Gardeners programs are educational and always public.  The basement church door will be open after 5:30 PM.  Please plan to arrive by 5:45.  The evening starts promptly at 6 PM with the meal, then the program begins when the speaker is finished with their meal and everyone sits down.  When the program is finished guests may stay for the business meeting or leave as they choose.
Please note that should a meeting be postponed, it will be rescheduled for the second Thursday of the month at 6 pm and may be held at a different location.
For further information, please contact Cheryl at 371-3322, 590-9010 or cshenkle@verizon.net. 

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On Saturday, April 6, the Clearfield County 4-H Teen Council and Clearfield County Fair Queens for a Cause will be co-hosting the 9th Annual Indoor Easter Egg-Stravaganza in the Expo 2 Building of the Clearfield County Fairgrounds from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The event will be hosted by Clearfield County 4-H Teen Council and Clearfield County Fair Queens for a Cause and will feature variety of kid-friendly games, a dime toss for kids & adults, kid-friendly vendors, a food booth, pictures with the Easter Bunny & Fair Queen, and of course an Easter Egg Hunt for children 12 & under. Egg hunt will start at 1:00 p.m. and will have 3 divisions running every 15-20 minutes. Easter Egg participants MUST be registered by 12:30 p.m.
All proceeds will benefit the Clearfield County 4-H Program and Children’s Miracle Network (CMN), which is the Fair Queen's cause. For questions or more information, please contact Clearfield County 4-H Teen Council Advisor, Jana Davidson, at 814-592-2465. The event will be held rain or shine.

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Lion Wine and Cheese Benefit Auction Planned for April 6
DuBOIS - The 12th Annual DuBois Educational Foundation Lion Wine and Cheese fundraiser to
support Penn State DuBois athletic and student events is planned for 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. on
Saturday, April 6, at Luigi's Villa, 800 West Weber Avenue.

The event will feature wine and cheese tasting, craft beer tasting, heavy hors d’oeuvres, and
dessert. Live and silent auctions, raffles, and other games of chance will also be held.
Numerous businesses and individuals in DuBois and the surrounding areas have donated prizes
and auction items to the event.

This event is sponsored by Johnson Motors and Johnson Subaru.
Tickets are $40 per person, and may be purchased by contacting Laura at 814-375-4705 or lmp29@psu.edu

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Easter Bake Sale
Saturday, April 13th from 8:30AM - 11:00AM
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
108 N. 3rd St. DuBois
Pascha Breads ~ Baklava ~ Cookies ~ Pastries ~ Nutrolls 

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Holy Trinity Church
104 Shaffer Street Sykesville
is sponsoring a craft show. 

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The Old Town Beagle Club is hosting our bi-annual rabies clinic with Dr. Marie Eckle from Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic in Woodland again. This time, we're going to try and offer more for everyone. Along with the rabies vaccination, we're also going to have Lyme and microchipping available at what we feel are the most reasonable prices we can pass along. We will run in conjunction with the first day of our Penn Mountain License Trial if you're a brace beagler, so don't forget to share this event and send an invite to all of your friends!

Pricing will be as follows:
Rabies: $10 (initially good for one year, boosters good for three)

Microchipping: $20 (You'll leave with paperwork that will let you register your chip online, and also use it for a lifetime license (for dog) which will of course require payment to I believe it's the county treasurer). Consult with them for cost.

Lyme vaccine: $30 (You'll need a booster in 4 - 6 weeks. We'll have Dr. Eckle back during that time frame for an hour or two so that you won't have to hope for an opening with another vet). That booster will also be $30 (it's the same vaccine) and will be good for one year.

If you have a question that requires immediate assistance, please get in touch with Paxton Stewart either through messaging this page, or by calling the number listed below.

If you have a question that requires reaching out to our vet, I will collect those and reach out weekly so I don't overwhelm her while she has other things going on. Thank you.

There is a chance that this new format will make things a bit more slow than normal. We'll reach out afterward to see if you think it's been worth the change and adjust from there in the future. Please bear with us while we try and better suit the needs of our community.

Paxton: 814.299.5277

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The Sykesville Charge of the United Methodist Church presents the Lakeshore Singers performing the Easter Cantata, "Upon This Rock" by Pepper Choplin on Sunday, April 14th at 10 am at Grace United Methodist Church in Sykesville.
You are also invited to the week long Holy Week festivities. Call Grace UMC at 894-2784 to find out more!
 

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DuBOIS - The Breast Cancer Support Group at Penn Highlands DuBois will meet at 6 p.m., Sunday, April 14, at Hahne Regional Cancer Center, 100 Hospital Ave., DuBois. 
All breast cancer survivors at any stage – newly diagnosed or long-time survivors – can attend. As it is for survivors only, its goal is to provide a comfortable place for listening, learning and sharing.
There is no cost to attend, and it doesn't matter where a participant received treatments. For more information, call Hahne Regional Cancer Center at 375-3535. 
 

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DuBOIS – A free blood pressure screening will be held from 2:45-4:15 p.m. on Monday, April 15, in the DuBois Community Medical Building.
Hosted by the nurses of Penn Highlands DuBois, the screening will take place in conjunction with the Penn Highlands Community Pharmacy on the third Monday of each month.
When left untreated, the damage that high blood pressure does to your circulatory system is a significant contributing factor to heart attack, stroke and other health threats. But the good news is that it sometimes can be controlled with lifestyle changes – good diet, exercise and not using tobacco.

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The DuBois Area Historical Society is sponsoring another genealogy program by Barb Kopshina, noted genealogist from the area.  This workshop is scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2019, at 2:00-3:30 p.m. at the DuBois Area Historical Society, 30 West Long Avenue, DuBois.
Kopshina, who attended a week-long seminar from the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) last summer, will present new findings about church records, local land records, probate documents, immigration passenger lists, newspapers, and maps. This information will be of special value to family historians looking for new genealogical clues in their research.
Kopshina will share knowledge she has amassed during 12 years of conducting daily genealogy research and identifying around 11,000 people in her own family tree.  She will also share information from a recent genealogy conference she attended at the Genealogical Institute of Pittsburgh.  The course, “Pennsylvania Research: Walking in Penn’s Woods” tracked family histories in Pennsylvania through the use of church records, newspapers, military records, and more. For additional information, contact Barb Kopshina at (814) 375-4755 or email at bkk125@psu.edu
There is no fee to attend.  Everyone is welcome.

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The Sykesville Charge of the United Methodist Church will present a re-enactment of Leonardo DaVinci's Last Supper, featuring members of Grace and Pleasant Valley United Methodist Churches on Thursday, April 18th at 7pm at Grace United Methodist Church in Sykesville.
Call Grace UMC at 894-2784 to find out more!

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The Sykesville Charge of the United Methodist Church invites you to join them for their Easter Sunday celebration! It starts with Sunrise Service, featuring The Stones of the Passion at Pleasant Valley United Methodist Church at 7AM, followed by a Breakfast Tureen at 8:30 AM at Grace United Methodist Church. A traditional Easter Service will be held at Grace UMC at 10AM.
Call Grace UMC at 894-2784 to find out more!

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EASTER BUFFET & EGG HUNT 4/21/19

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The Friends of the  Library will be holding their annual reception on   April 22nd from 6:00 P.M. until 7:30 PM. in the meeting room of the DuBois Public Library.  The Sandy Lick Mountain Dulcimers will provide entertainment.
 Refreshments will be available.
 

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Public invited to celebrate Earth Day at Penn State DuBois
DuBOIS - An Earth Day celebration at Penn State DuBois will feature educational exhibits and programs on topics such as sustainability, clean water and air, and more.  The public is invited to attend, free of charge, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, in the Multipurpose Building Gymnasium. The event is sponsored by the Penn State DuBois Collegiate Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Wildlife Society, and the Green Team. 
Also, to be highlighted are assistive technology devices made to help people with disabilities perform tasks at home and at work. The devices were designed and constructed in a collaboration between students in the Penn State DuBois Occupational Therapy Assistant and Engineering programs. 
Other exhibitors include Advanced Disposal, the Anderson Creek Watershed Association, Bilger's Rocks, Clearfield County Conservation District, Clearfield County Solid Waste Authority, Domtar, Down to Earth Garden Club, Goodwill Industries, Headwaters Resource Conservation & Development Council, Highland Park Honey, Jefferson County Conservation District, Jefferson County Extension Office, Jefferson County Solid Waste Authority, Master Gardener Cheryl Shenkle, O-I, Penn State Cooperative Extension, and the Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air.
For more information, contact Michele at the campus library at 814-375-4756 or mlt108@psu.edu 

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The Down to Earth Garden Club will be attending the Volunteer Reception at the Winkler Gallery on Thursday, April 25 in lieu of the April meeting. The reception will begin at 5:15 pm and end at 6:30.
Members are advised that the schedule for the May plant sale will be finalized during the evening. Any other issues that need to be covered before the May meeting can be brought to the reception.
For more information call 371-8672 or 375-9528, email downtoearthgardenclub@hotmail.com or visit the group’s web page at www.downtoearthgardenclub.org or check on Facebook.

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Spring Is In The Air Dinner Concert with Musical Entertainment by Sam Carr 
4/27/19 
Brockwayville Depot 
6:00 PM
Tickets are $16.0 
By Reservation Only 
Call:            Betty Jean Snyder: (814) 265-802 
                  Cheryl DeSantis: (814) 265-5672 
  Please make reservations by Monday, April 22, 2019 
 

Musical Entertainment Provided By:   Sam Car 
     Sam Carr spent most of his growing up years in Brockway and now makes his 
     home here with his wife and greatest fan, Faith (Blakeslee) Carr. A graduate of
     DuBois Business College, he is employed at UPS and Goodwill Industries 
     You may recognize him from the Goodwill Donation Center in Brockway 
     Sam Carr is a 1996 graduate of Brockway Area High School where he sang i 
     chorus and in his senior year went to state chorus. He was a piano-voice student 
     of Miss Mary Spicher, and used to sing in the WCBS/Anytime quartet 
     Sam currently sings with the St. Mary's chapter of the Barbershop Harmon 
     Society, Spirit of the Alleghenies chorus. He also sings regularly in th 
     choir at Beechwoods Presbyterian Church, often sings special music on 
     Sunday mornings at several area churches, and has sung for the Memorial Day
     service at Beechwoods Cemetery 
     Sam's musical tastes range from Josh Turner to Elvis to Roy Orbison to
     Johnny Cash 
Dinner will include a choice of: 
Stuffed Pork Chop   OR  Meatloaf Dinne 
Mashed potatoes/gravy, green beans, salad, roll 
& a variety of homemade pies for dessert 


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All Day Specials:
Monday Sloppy is $7,  Tuesday Liver & Onions $8,  Wednesday Burger Fries & Float $8,  Thursday Pasta Bar $11,  Friday Choice Buffet Lunch $11 Dinner $12,  Saturday Breakfast Buffet $11 Brunch $12, Pizza & Wings $16 in house, $18 take out, Bucket of Wings $11 in house, $13 take out. All prices include tax.   ============
4pm to Close Specials / DINE IN ONLY:
Monday Steak, Chicken, Chef or Taco Salad for $8. No subs.  Tuesday Spaghetti with either Meatballs, Eggplant or Chicken with house salad and garlic bread $6. No subs.   Wednesday Steak Dinner with 2 sides $10,  Thursday Dozen Wings $5,  Friday bogo 1/2 off Haddock Dinner with 2 sides $16,  Saturday Turkey Dinner, Stuffing and 2 sides $8. No subs.  Sunday NY Strip and 6 Fried Shrimp with 2 sides $12. No subs Call (814) 371-3463

 

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Calliari's Bakery Soup of the Day
Monday: Italian Wedding Soup Tuesday: MUST CHECK WEBSITE > CLICK HERE Wednesday: MUST CHECK WEBSITE > CLICK HERE Thursday: New England Clam Soup Friday: Lobster Bisque Soup CALLIARI'S BAKERY
Address: 318 Du Bois St, DuBois, PA 15801
Phone:(814) 371-4781
Email: calliari@comcast.net
Hours: Open today · 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Our Current Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

 

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The Tannery Bar & Grill Weekly Specials
Monday: Spaghetti ALL YOU CAN EAT $5.99 includes Salad & Roll.

Tuesday "Taco Night": 3 Tacos (hard, soft or taco salad) $6

Wednesday "Yuengs & Wings": $6 Dozen $3 Half Dozen & $1 Yuengling Drafts
Thursday "Steak Subs": Steak & Cheese Subs W/ Peppers, Mushrooms, Onions & Chips or Fries. $9  or (2 for $15)
Friday "Fish Fry": Broiled, Battered or Breaded W/ Cole Slaw & Potato.$13


Monday thru Thursday 4pm to 9pm
Friday & Saturday 4pm to 10pm
Sunday CLOSED
TANNERY BAR & GRILL
10 Lakeside Avenue
DuBois,Pa.
(814) 371-7540
FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/eatTTBG/

 

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Jefferson County Relay for Life has bingo every Monday at the Heritage House in Brookville.  Doors open at 5:30.  Early Birds 6:30, regular bingo 6:45.  Pack of 6 cards $15.00, 12 cards $20.00, 18 cards $25.00.  Packs include 10 regular games, 2 specials, and coverall.  Coverall Jackpot starts at $300.00!  Consolation prize $150.00.
Quickie games and rip tickets also available for sale.   Door prize.  Losing rip ticket holders go into drawing for prizes.
Non-smoking.  Free coffee.  Snack bar available. 
For more information, please text 648-0825.
All proceeds benefit Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society.

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