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This event begins 12/03/2021 and repeats every week on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday until 12/12/2021

The Reitz Theater in Dubois will present Disney's Frozen Jr. beginning next week as the final production of their truncated 2021 season.   The wildly popular musical will feature many local youngsters ranging from age 6 to age 18, some of whom have been onstage at The Reitz in previous productions as well as some who are excitedly making their stage debuts.    "The kids have been working very well together right from the start," director Tom Hibbert said. "There is quite a lot of talent in this group and we are very proud of them."   Frozen Jr. tells the story of sister princesses Elsa and Anna. The elder Elsa possesses magical powers which enable her to freeze objects and people; much to her chagrin, she does not know how to control them. Elsa eventually ascends to the throne, but inadvertently freezes her kingdom in an eternal winter. This prompts Anna to band together with an iceman, his reindeer, and a snowman to find Elsa and restore the kingdom once and for all.    "Thanks to our wonderful turnout at auditions back in September, we've had the opportunity to cast a couple people together in the same role for alternating performances," Hibbert said. "This has been another wonderful aspect of our performers' collaboration and my production team and I are very grateful for the kids' hard work. Needless to say, we are incredibly excited!"   The musical is based on the 2013 film of the same name, which in turn was heavily inspired by the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale "The Snow Queen". The music and lyrics are penned by composing couple Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez while the book is scribed by Jennifer Lee.   "Our patrons are undoubtedly very excited for the Frozen Jr. performances," CRI Vice President Andy Benson said. "We are very thankful to the show's sponsor, Fore Your Health Family Medicine, and to the talented cast and crew!"    Performances will be held on Thursday December 2, Friday December 3, Saturday December 4, Thursday December 9, Friday December 10, and Saturday December 11 at 7:00 pm and on Saturday December 4, Sunday December 5, and Sunday December 12 at 2:00 pm.   Tickets for the performances are available at www.reitztheater.com, at ACE Hardware in DuBois, or by calling the box office at 814-375-4274. The Reitz Theater is located at 36 East Scribner Avenue in downtown DuBois.   Cultural Resources Inc. and the Reitz Theater will be practicing standard COVID-19 protocols in accordance with CDC guidelines. All public spaces will be cleaned and sanitized. All patrons, volunteers, and visitors must wear proper face coverings and practice social distancing while inside the facility.   Photo: Addison Love, Breanna Yale, Cali Henretty, and Vanessa Smith during a rehearsal of Frozen Jr.   Cultural Resources, Inc.     at the Reitz Theater PO Box 958 36 E. Scribner Avenue DuBois, PA 15801   814-375-4274


Breakfast with Santa at Penn State DuBois planned for Dec. 4
DuBOIS, PA – Santa and Mrs. Claus will again visit Penn State DuBois this year for the campus’ 27th Annual Breakfast with Santa. Children and families are invited to schedule a timeslot for breakfast from 8 until 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4, in the Hiller Student Union. Reservations can be made at https://tinyurl.com/psudsanta
In addition to breakfast, children will have the opportunity to meet Mr. and Mrs. Claus and tell them what they want for Christmas. Games and activities will also be available.
Sponsored by the Student Government Association and organized through the Office of Student Affairs, the cost is $4 per person, with all proceeds supporting the efforts of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to children battling critical illnesses. In the United States and its territories, Make-A-Wish makes a dream come true for a child every 34 minutes.
For more information, contact Ann in the Penn State DuBois Office of Student Affairs at 814-375-4760 or auw695@psu.edu


This event begins 12/04/2021 and repeats every day until 12/05/2021

Paradise United Church of Christ
Invites you to start you 2021 Christmas travel plans where it all began with
A Walk Through Bethlehem
You are invited to begin your 2021 Christmas celebration with a journey to the little town of Bethlehem.  Become part of the story that is the Truth of this Holy Season.  Be reminded of the Hope, Joy and Love sent from God that first Christmas day and allow it to set the tone for your own meaningful Christmas time celebrations.
Register with the Census Taker; stroll the ‘streets’ at your own pace; visit the local shops & talk to the shop keepers; see the shepherds, kings and live animals; hear the angel choir, visit the manger and see the live nativity, and much more!
(20–30 minutes Self-Guided Tour)
Held indoors (access to Event includes Stairways)
Free Admission - Donations accepted & benefit local families in need.
Contact: Lori Yohe-Coordinator 814-591-6491

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Annual Christmas Bake Sale
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church
Nutrolls ~ Baklava ~ Cookies
Holiday Breads ~ Pastries ~ Fudge


REST, Inc. to Hold First Annual Kinship Christmas Event featuring Breakfast with Santa
CLEARFIELD, PA --   Resources to Empower, Support and Transform Kinship Families, or REST, Inc. is holding its first Annual Kinship Family Christmas Event on December 11, 2021 from 10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center in Clearfield.  This event is open to all Kinship Families in the area and will feature a buffet breakfast with Santa.
“The REST Board of Directors and myself really want this to be a get-together where kinship caregivers and the children they are raising can fellowship with others in the same situation and enjoy the Spirit of the Season,” states Bobbie Johnson, Founder and CEO of REST, Inc.  “While Kinship Families demonstrate many strengths, they also face many challenges and we want this to be a time when they can relax, have fun, and find support during what can be a tough time of year.”
In Clearfield County, nearly 45% of grandparents are raising their grandchildren.  Typically, these kinship caregivers step in to provide care without much notice when the parents are unable to care for the children, or they seek out custody themselves in order to keep the children safe.  While kinship caregivers can become licensed foster parents, most serve on an “informal” basis, receiving no stipends or other support.  Yet, according to studies, children who are raised by kinship caregivers have more stability, better outcomes and more connection to their heritage.
Johnson adds that the Skills USA Student Organization, under the direction of Instructor Jerome Mick, within the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center is helping to promote REST, Inc. and this holiday event.  SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce and is a leadership-oriented program.  Additionally, plans are for the CCCTC Culinary Students to prepare the event’s food.
Kinship families are asked to RSVP for this event no later than November 30th by calling or texting 814-762-2933.  Families are also asked to express any family needs and wish lists for the children.  More information on this event and the services provided by REST, Inc. can be found by visiting the website at www.restfamilies.org.  Any individual or business interested in donating to REST, Inc. to meet the needs of kinship families may do so online via the website or by contacting Bobbie Johnson at 814-762-2933.

The children of Hyde Wesleyan Church will present their Christmas play – “Hotel Noel”. Come enjoy a family adventure that brings the celebration of Jesus birth to a snow bound family. Two services on December 12 at 9 AM and 10:30 AM. Church located at 1215 Riverview Road in Clearfield. No admission. All welcomed. Call 814-765-5958 for more information.



This event begins 12/17/2021 and repeats every day until 12/23/2021

The Down to Earth Garden Club will be gift wrapping for a donation at JC Penney from December 17 through December 23. There will be two stations open between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm. One is at each entrance from Penney’s into the mall proper. 

Stop by and get your gifts wrapped and help us bring the beauty of flowers to DuBois. The group tends over a dozen different locations in the downtown area, on the Beaver Meadow Walkway and at Parker Dam. 


This event begins 12/18/2021 and repeats every day until 01/02/2022

$10 Off your Next Order  - No minimum required

We've upgraded our online ordering...
Features of online ordering with Buck's: Customize your order any way you want, including your favorite toppings or sides or tell us what to leave out! Take as long as you want when deciding what to order, and reordering your favorite and saved meals is super easy! You can schedule your order to pick up ANY TIME! Know you want to order Bucks for dinner? Order any time of the day to pick up when you are ready.    Buck's Pizza DuBois 814-371-4500
53 Industrial Drive
DuBois, PA 15801
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu & Sun 11am to 9pm
Friday & Saturday 11am to 10pm
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The DuBois Vocal Arts Ensemble will present Christmas Wishes, their annual Christmas Concert, on Saturday, December 18, 2021, at 7:00 P.M. in the Paul G. Reitz Theater located at 36 East Scribner Avenue in DuBois.
     The twenty member vocal ensemble which is comprised of fourteen women and six men will perform a variety of sacred and secular Christmas carols and holiday musical selections.  The concert opener will be “On a December Night" by Jay Althouse.  DVAE will perform "What Sweeter Music," "Silent Night For All the World," "I Wish You Christmas" and "Grown-up Christmas List."  Other selections will include "Christmas Time Is Here" from A Charlie Brown Christmas, "Welcome Christmas" from Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas , "God Bless Us Everyone" from Disney's A Christmas Carol and "Gettin' in the Mood" (for Christmas).  The DuBois Vocal Arts Ensemble is also honored to perform an original motet by DVAE member Joe Shupienis entitled “Hodie Christus Natus Est" (This is the Day That Christ is Born!).
     Members of DVAE include the following singers:  Soprano I - Sarah Brubaker, Leslie DeLarme, Teresa Kakabadze and Diane Kennard;  Soprano II - Allison Cornelius, Marion Meloon, Rikki Ross and Michelle Nupp Wingard;  Alto - Nikki Cherry, Molly Dressler, Karen Fuller, Jeanne Hayes, Sally Laux and Barbara Shestak;  Tenor - Marc Gelfand, Vic Kosko and Tom Stafford;  and Bass -  Joshua Orner, Jerry Meloon and Joe Shupienis.  Eloise Kosko is the Director and Piano Accompanist.  Instrumental accompanists will include Jeanne Hayes on the Flute, Sherry Dieringer on the Violin, Melissa Shepler on the Clarinet, Annette Roy on the Trumpet, Julia Wirths on the French Horn, Charlie Shepler on the Trombone, Lydia Crooks on the Cello, Sally Laux on the Keyboard and Cole Norris and Marc Gelfand on Percussion. Tracey Dusch is the CRI Administrator for the Reitz Theater.
     Don’t miss this meaningful and lively holiday presentation of Christmas Wishes by the DuBois Vocal Arts Ensemble.  Tickets are available online at the Reitz Theater website, at Ace Hardware in DuBois or the Reitz Theater Box Office.  Any remaining tickets may be purchased at the door.


After nearly twenty-four months of silence, the Clearfield Choral Society is back and ready to share the joy of singing with the community once again.  

"A Festival of Lessons and Carols", modeled after the service done by King's College Cambridge every Christmas Eve, was a way in which people could gather together during World War I in the United Kingdom to celebrate the Christmas season with hope and joy.  It brought a much-needed message of comfort and unity, one which bears the same need for us today.  Beautiful carols, interwoven with inspiring scriptural passages, poetry, and short stories, will create an atmosphere filled with hope, joy, and light, gathered once again as a community to celebrate this wonderful festival.  We are thrilled to feature the work of local authors and poets, as well as welcome a special student submission, selected through the means of a poetry contest for our local schools.  
This special performance will take place on Sunday, December 19th at 6:30pm at the Clearfield Presbyterian Church.  The choir will be collecting non-perishable food items to benefit Living Bread Ministries, as well as taking donations towards the Choral Society, as we work to rebuild our own community.  Your generosity and support is always appreciated. 
Join us for a wonderful evening of spoken word and song.  It is time to usher in our celebration of Christmas with a message of hope, joy, light, and most importantly, unity.

Clearfield Arts Studio Theatre, Inc.
112 E. Locust Street
PO Box 613
Clearfield, PA 16830

This event begins 11/05/2021 and repeats every day until 01/31/2022

2022 Lottery Calendars Available

Looking for the perfect gift for the person on your list who is hard to buy for?  The Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging has the gift you’re looking for.
Purchase a 2022 Lottery Calendar for just $26.  Each calendar has a three-digit number on it and this number is good for every day of 2022.  Cash prizes are awarded each day according to the money amount listed on that day on the calendar.  Winning numbers are determined by the first three-digit Pennsylvania daily drawing held at 7:00 PM.  It’s like purchasing 365 lottery tickets for only $26!  To reserve your calendar, phone 814-765-2696.  Proceeds from the calendar sales benefit the CCAAA Centers for Active Living, Parkside Community Center, and the Houtzdale Family Service Center.  
This year’s calendar can be purchased online at www.ccaaa.net. Calendars can also be purchased at the CCAAA office in Clearfield and Curwensville, Coalport, Kylertown, and Mahaffey, Parkside Community Center, Houtzdale Family Service Center, Starr Hill Winery, and the DuBois Chamber of Commerce. 

The Centers for Active Living offer individuals a variety of services including the opportunity to maintain an active lifestyle, engage in activities that promote good physical and mental vitality, get connected with other activities located in the community, socialize and meet new people, share a meal with others, engage in the arts, listen to informative programs, use their skills as a volunteer, participate in various free health screenings, and much more.  All of the centers are looking for new and innovative programs that will entice consumers to visit and participate in activities.  If you have never been to a center, stop by and check it out. If you have an idea for an activity you would like to see at the centers, please let us know. 

Programs and menus are listed in local newspapers monthly, and you can also see what is happening at each center online at www.ccaaa.net.   
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, local and consumer contributions, and fundraisers such as this. 



This event begins 05/22/2018 and repeats every week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday forever

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Address: 318 Du Bois St, DuBois, PA 15801
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