Oct
20
Tue
Susquehanna Community Shares Stories in Human Library
Oct 20 – Oct 23 all-day

Susquehanna University will host a virtual Human Library™ from Monday, Oct. 19 through Thursday, Oct. 22, during which visitors will hear personal stories from individuals whose life experience may be different from their own.

Through positive, constructive conversations with community members, the Human Library helps combat stereotypes, promotes empathy and allows participants to exchange ideas and discuss unique experiences with each other.

Stories generally revolve around personal beliefs, life experiences and an upbringing that has made an individual’s life unique. They typically focus on some type of prejudice participants have experienced that impacted them in some way. Story titles for the upcoming event include:

  • Life as a Young Widow
  • Hiding Under a Mask
  • Politics and Queerness: Growing Up Gay in a Historically Red Community
  • Depression and Disability: You’re Not Alone
  • Queers, Gears, and a Pair of Shears: An Aspie Who’s Still Finding Herself
  • Born from the Great Migration

These storytellers are drawn directly from Susquehanna and the surrounding Selinsgrove community, giving participants an important opportunity to learn more about the folks we see and interact with on a regular basis.

Anyone interested in participating as a storyteller can fill out this form or contact Ryan Ake at [email protected] with questions.

Oct
21
Wed
Susquehanna Community Shares Stories in Human Library
Oct 21 – Oct 24 all-day

Susquehanna University will host a virtual Human Library™ from Monday, Oct. 19 through Thursday, Oct. 22, during which visitors will hear personal stories from individuals whose life experience may be different from their own.

Through positive, constructive conversations with community members, the Human Library helps combat stereotypes, promotes empathy and allows participants to exchange ideas and discuss unique experiences with each other.

Stories generally revolve around personal beliefs, life experiences and an upbringing that has made an individual’s life unique. They typically focus on some type of prejudice participants have experienced that impacted them in some way. Story titles for the upcoming event include:

  • Life as a Young Widow
  • Hiding Under a Mask
  • Politics and Queerness: Growing Up Gay in a Historically Red Community
  • Depression and Disability: You’re Not Alone
  • Queers, Gears, and a Pair of Shears: An Aspie Who’s Still Finding Herself
  • Born from the Great Migration

These storytellers are drawn directly from Susquehanna and the surrounding Selinsgrove community, giving participants an important opportunity to learn more about the folks we see and interact with on a regular basis.

Anyone interested in participating as a storyteller can fill out this form or contact Ryan Ake at [email protected] with questions.

Oct
22
Thu
Susquehanna Community Shares Stories in Human Library
Oct 22 – Oct 25 all-day

Susquehanna University will host a virtual Human Library™ from Monday, Oct. 19 through Thursday, Oct. 22, during which visitors will hear personal stories from individuals whose life experience may be different from their own.

Through positive, constructive conversations with community members, the Human Library helps combat stereotypes, promotes empathy and allows participants to exchange ideas and discuss unique experiences with each other.

Stories generally revolve around personal beliefs, life experiences and an upbringing that has made an individual’s life unique. They typically focus on some type of prejudice participants have experienced that impacted them in some way. Story titles for the upcoming event include:

  • Life as a Young Widow
  • Hiding Under a Mask
  • Politics and Queerness: Growing Up Gay in a Historically Red Community
  • Depression and Disability: You’re Not Alone
  • Queers, Gears, and a Pair of Shears: An Aspie Who’s Still Finding Herself
  • Born from the Great Migration

These storytellers are drawn directly from Susquehanna and the surrounding Selinsgrove community, giving participants an important opportunity to learn more about the folks we see and interact with on a regular basis.

Anyone interested in participating as a storyteller can fill out this form or contact Ryan Ake at [email protected] with questions.

Oct
24
Sat
Crossroads Nazarene Church-Drive Thru Chicken BBQ
Oct 24 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Drive Thru Chicken BBQ
October 24, 2020
10 – 3 or until sold out
Crossroads Nazarene Church, 71 Nazarene Lane, MIlton, PA 17847
(intersection of routes 147 and 45)
Pre-orders available contact Lori @ 570-473-1724
$10 Meal – Chicken half, baked potato, green beans, roll and dessert
$7 Chicken only
CHINESE AUCTION & BAKE SALE
Oct 24 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
CHINESE AUCTION & BAKE SALE
Saturday, October 24
11 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Stonington Fire Company
Route 61
Sunbury
“To-Go” Food Stand, Bake Sale
Chinese Auction and 50/50 Raffle
Winners will be notified
Proceeds benefit Cub Pack 3333 and Troop 333
Sponsored by friends and family of the Pack & Troop
Oct
30
Fri
Good Will Hose Co. 5th & Reagan St. Sunbury – Fish Dinner
Oct 30 @ 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm

The Good Will Hose Co. 5th & Reagan St. Sunbury will be having a fish dinner October 30th from 4:30- 7Pm. Dinners include fried or broiled haddock, your choice of mac n cheese & stewed tomatoes or french fries & cole slaw for $10.00. To pre order or for free local deliveries call 570-286-2831.

Nov
3
Tue
Good Will Hose Co, 5th  St. Sunbury to host Soup Sale
Nov 3 @ 11:00 am

The Good Will Hose Co, 5th  St. Sunbury will be having a soup sale November 3rd from 11am till sold out. Soups are Chicken Corn, Hearty Chicken, Chili, Ham Vegetable & more for $6.00 a quart. You may call to order  @ 570-286-2831 Or just come in to pick up.

Nov
7
Sat
MIDD-WEST FOOTBALL – Annual Chinese Auction
Nov 7 @ 11:00 am

MIDD-WEST FOOTBALL
ANNUAL CHINESE AUCTION

The Midd-West Football Team is hosting its Second Annual Chinese
Auction. Gift Baskets and so much more will be auctioned off. Come out
and support your local high school football team. There will be signed
Steeler items and larger items raffled off separately.

Date: November 7, 2020
Location: Grace Covenant Comm. Church
99 Café Lane, Middleburg, Pa
Time: Doors open at 11:00am. for ticket purchases
drawing starts @ 5:00pm. You DO NOT need to be present to win.
***FEEL FREE TO STOP BY FOOD STAND. HOT COLD ITEMS, BEVERAGES AND ALSO
SWEETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT***

Trinity Luteran Church -Homemade Soup Sale
Nov 7 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

When: Nov. 7th 2020 2-4PM

Where: Trinity Lutheran Church 2259 Church Road, Mifflinburg

What: Homemade Soup Sale

Soups available: Beef Vegetable, Chicken Corn, Chicken Corn w/ noodles, Stuffed Peppers, Ham Pot Pie, and Ham and Green Beans w/ potatoes

Soups, Ham and Green Beans: $7 a qt.

Pot Pie (from scratch): $8 a qt.

MUST PRE ORDER BY 10/28 by calling: 570-966-0910 or 570-966-2039

Nov
11
Wed
Veterans Appreciation Event
Nov 11 @ 11:00 am

VETERANS’ APPRECIATION
CEREMONY
NOVEMBER 11, 2020 @ 11 A.M.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 40
LOWER PARKING LOT