Mahoning Drive-In is pleased to announce the re-opening of their Mahoning Valley Drive-In Theater! Join the Carbon Chamber and Economic Development Corporation for a Grand Re-opening featuring the largest CinemaScope screen in Pennsylvania.
The West End Relay For Lifewill take place on May 30th - May 31st, from 10am - 10am at
the Pleasant Valley High School Track & Field.
To join an existing team or to start your own, visit http://relayforlife.org/pawestend. Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, March 11th at 6:30pm in the Pleasant Valley Middle School Cafeteria.
We welcome all new participants and teams and are there to give you more important information and answer any questions! Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
The Thursday, May 28, 2015 Lehighton Area Lioness Lions board meeting will be held at 7:00 PM at the Community Room at Gnaden Huetten Memorial Hospital.
Bennie and the Jets is the premiere Elton John Tribute Band. Bennie and the Jets is led by Greg Ransom whose vocals, on stage mannerisms, and piano playing are exactly like those of Elton John. Backed up by an incredible band of musicians, Greg has the ability to make you believe that you're at an Elton John concert. If you were to attend an Elton John concert today, you would miss seeing the plumage and costumes of yesteryear. Add to that the smokin’ Bennie and the Jets band, the Opera House’s superb acoustics and its in-house, 9-foot grand piano, and you’ve got a riveting show that will please any fan of classic pop music. Tickets are $25.
Back by popular demand Spottiswoode & His Enemies return to perform another episode of 40 Story Radio Tower, on Thursday, May 21 at 8 p.m.
40 Story Radio Tower is a stage show at the Opera House recorded live for podcast. It is a celebration of the spoken word, through plays, comedies, and poetry, and of new live music, all presented in a radio show format.
Quiet Valley’s 27th annual Farm Animal Frolic is May 23 & 24, Saturday 10 am to 4 pm, Sunday 12 noon to 4 pm. Spring is finally here and that means baby farm animals are being born at Quiet Valley and they are just as cute as can be! The farm has so far been blessed with the birth of nine piglets, several lambs and an adorable batch of bunnies with more births to come. Chicks have arrived and more will be hatched in incubators during Frolic so visitors can watch this special sight. There will be a new calf for the children to meet and guests of all ages will be amused by the ducklings as they scoot down their slide into the water. All the mommies of the babies will be on hand as well, keeping a close watch on their young, so folks will get to meet them, too, and learn something about their role on the farm. Our Clydesdale draft horses, Gunther and Wilhelm, will take you on a wagon ride out to the ice harvest pond and back. Make sure to say “Howdy” to Janie, our mule, who doesn’t get to pull the wagon and sometimes feels left out.
Spring is finally here, I think. The brutal winter has left the residents of my often unheated shop worse for wear, particularly my motorcycles. It seems that almost every soft rubber part. The fork gaiters on my 75 Suzuki GT380 have just about disintegrated during the past two winters. The gaiters on the 1970 Honda CB450 have a crack and a few fuel lines did not come through the winter well. My 1989 Shelby Dakota and 1999 Dodge Neon SCCA car seemed to weather the cold much better, needing little more than oil changes and minor lubrication before they were ready to roll.