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Upcoming Events!

THE REGION'S BIGGEST MOST COMPLETE EVENTS LIST
A FULL MONTH OF FUN...
... The area's best events calendar

Open House 1st Saturdays
Held the First Saturday of each month at the Walk-In Art Center in Schuylkill Haven. 570-732-3728
Visit www.walkinartcenter.org

thru December 15
Nature’s Greatest Airshow:
Annual Hawk Migration Watch
Daily, through Dec 15. Trail fee.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton
610-756-6961. www.hawkmountain.org

Lifetree Mondays
November 3 - Second Chances
November 10 - We’re Not Alone?
November 16 - Hard to be Healthy
November 24 - The Power of Thankfulness
December 1 - How the Next Generation will change the World
Lifetree Café Mondays
7 pm @the Corner ( Routes 183 & 443) Just South of Cressona
www.bethesdaec.org

Every Monday
Wheelchair Engineers
will be held in the space across from Pearle Vision at Columbia Mall, Bloomsburg from 3-5pm.
Help Build a train!
Handicap or disabled children & adults are encouraged to join!

Second Wednesday Monthly
Shepherd’s Table
Free Meal Offered
Good Shepherd’ Lutheran Church
Rear entrance, 9th St., Ashland
Eat in only, no take outs

Every Thursday
Bingo
Atlas Amerian Legion
Route 61, Atlas
Doors open at 4:30, Bingo begins at 6:30 Non-Smoking.
Info: 339-4740

1st & 3rd Saturday Monthly
Saturday Morning
Men’s Fellowship
a non-denominational, Christ-centered men’s gathering, invites all men to join them for fellowship, encouragement, and to learn and discover how the Bible applies to a man’s everyday life. 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. at The Lehighton Rec Center – 243 S. 8th St. Lehighton, PA. There is no cost to attend, coffee & pastries will be provided.
www.satmensfellowship.org

Every Friday
beginning September 5th thru May
Smoke Free Weekly Bingo
Summit Station Fire Co Banquet Hall
Doors Open 5:15 Bingo Starts at 6:15
Regular Bingo, Specials, Raffles, & More. Food & Drinks Available
Benefits Truck Fund
717-672-4682 for Information

3rd Saturday each Month
Motorcycle Riders;
Do you like to ride, have fun with a group, go to great places throughout the state for the best foods and ice cream. Come join us on the 3rd Saturday each month at 9:00 am for breakfast at Tom’s Kitchen in Cunningham on Rt 93. We would like you to come and join us, bring some ideas where you would like to ride with friends and have a good time. There is always room for a few more riders at our table! (Victory, Vulcan, Harley, ------- are encourage to participate) If you would like more information you may call Bill & Charlene Knecht at 570-759-2186. We are members of PA Chapter H, Region B, of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association.

November 1
Lecture/Slideshow:
Audubon’s Last Expedition
Saturday, November 1. FREE. 5:30, Visitor Center. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton. 610-756-6961 or
www.hawkmountain.org

November 1
Kauffman’s Chicken Bar-B-Q and Christmas Vendor Sale
to be held at First United Church of Christ, 110 Rt. 61S, Schuylkill Haven. The vendor sale will be 9a.m.-1p.m. and the Chicken Bar-B-Q from 10a.m. till sold out. Dinners are $7.50 including 1/2 chicken, baked potato, applesauce, roll and butter. Just 1/2 chicken will be $5.00. Eat-in the social hall or take-outs available. For further information call 570-385-2049.

November 1
Spooky Strings Phantom Fiddles
7 PM at the Yuengling Mansion, 1440 Mahantongo St., Pottsville. Presented by the Anthracite Philharmonic.
Reception to follow concert.
Adults $15, students under 12 FREE!
Call 570-622-2788 ext.0 or 570-628-5158 to reserve your tickets.

November 2
Halloween Hustle 5K Run/Walk ~ 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk
Start 09:30am
Benefiting Schuylkill County’s VISION
8 Church Street, Landingville
Registration: 8:30am The Halloween Hustle, benefiting Schuylkill County’s VISION, will feature a 5K Walk/Run & a costume contest. With a Start/Finish Line at Faith Reformed UCC Pavilion, Halloweeners will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenic view of the Schuylkill River while running/walking the BartrumTrail. The Course is flat on paved roads and dirt path. It is both dog and stroller friendly!

November 5
Cressona Mall Health Fair
Wednesday, November 5th
9am to 3pm
Free Blood Pressure Readings

November 5
Pork BBQ Dinner Fundraiser
Pick up inside Fulton Bank, 3rd & Pine Sts., Hamburg, 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Dinner includes 1/3 lb. of pulled pork, Kaiser roll, barbecue sauce, baked beans & coleslaw. Tickets are $8 in advance and $9 day of sale. Contact Our Town Foundation at 610-562-3106.

November 8
Golden Eagle Saturday
FREE golden eagle presentation at 10 and 2. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton 610-756-6961 or
www.hawkmountain.org
Held rain or shine.

November 8
The Essence of Joy Choir
The Essence of Joy Choir will perform at Penn State Schuylkill in the John E. Morgan Auditorium on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 7:00 PM under the direction of Dr. Anthony T. Leach, professor of Music and Music Education at Penn State University, University Park, PA. Tickets are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for children/seniors. Penn State Schuylkill students are free, but must reserve a ticket. Essence of Joy is one of ten choral ensembles in the Penn State University School of Music. Organized in November 1991 by Dr. Leach, the choir performs sacred and secular music from the African/African American traditions. The choir involves undergraduate and graduate students from many academic programs at the University Park campus.
For more information or to purchase tickets, 570-385-6262

November 8
Murder Mystery Dinner Theater “A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody”
Haag’s Hotel, 3rd & Main Sts, Shartlesville, 6:00 pm doors open; 6:30 hot buffet dinner; 7:00 pm show
Join us for an evening of laughs as the Actors Guild of Schuylkill County, in association with Samuel French, Inc., presents “A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody.” Ticket price of $35 includes hot buffet, show, tax and gratuity. Contact Our Town Foundation at 610-562-3106 for tickets.

November 8
American Girl® Club
2-3 p.m. American Girl® book reading by Children’s book illustrator, Laura Knorr, with make-and-take craft and games related to the American Girl® characters. Hosted at the Children’s Museum 2 West 7th Street
Bloomsburg, 570-389-9206

November 8
Danville Area Community Center
5k Walk & Run
November 8 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Danville Area Community Center is sponsoring a 5K race. Everyone welcome! Race begins at 9 am. Long-sleeved T-shirt for first 150 registrants. Great course: some neighborhood, some dike, some hills, some flat. Award and cash gift for the first male and female overall. Medals for age categories. Registration and fee information at www.thedacc.com or online or active.com.
The DACC- Danville Area Community Center, 1 Liberty Street, Danville,
570-275-3001 - www.thedacc.com

November 8 & 9
Great Outdoors Fall Art Show
9:00 am to 5:00 pm both days
Local Hamburg Area Arts Alliance members will display their wildlife-inspired work at Cabela’s Retail Store: the World’s Foremost Outfitter. Free admission. Contact 610-562-3106 or visit www.hamburgpa.org for info.

November 8 & 9
Bloomsburg Antiques Show
10:00 am - 4:00 pm. The Bloomsburg Antiques show and sale is one of PA’s longest running and most successful antiques show. Held the second weekend in March and November, it’s a family fun event not to be missed. Featuring over 60 dealers with acres of free parking and food concessions onsite. Children under 12 free with paid adult admission.
Cost: $5.00/ $4.50 with card
Bloomsburg Fairgrounds, Industrial arts building., Bloomsburg

November 9
Children’s Workshop: Owl Moon
$5, Visitor Center. Call to register.
Story followed by group and individual crafts. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, Kempton 610-756-6961 or
www.hawkmountain.org

November 9
Jewelry Art Sale
The Arts Barn Jewelry Art Sale
with music, wine and cheese
3-6PM at the Arts Barn, Orwigsburg

November 9
Coach / Ugg Bingo
Tremont Fire House, Tremont
Call Mel @ 570-449-7521 for tickets

November 9
Chinese Auction
Doors open at 12 noon
Auction begins at 1:30pm
Admission $4.00 or 3/$10
Light Lunch Available
Special Raffle - Bring non-perishable food or paper products to get a chance for a special raffle –
one chance per non-expired item
St. Michael’s Hall
300 West Oak St., Shenandoah
For information call - 570-462-0809

November 9
Tremont Area Free Public Library
“From Books to Broadway”
program featuring members of the Schuylkill Choral Society, Sunday, Nov.9, 2014 at 3:00 pm. It will be held at 139 Clay Street, Tremont. The cost is $5 and light refreshments will be served following the program.

November 9
Bloomsburg University Chamber Orchestra
November 9 - 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
FALL CONCERT: Alan Hack, piano
Cost: Free, BU Chamber Orchestra
Venue: St. Matthew Lutheran Church
123 N. Market Street, Bloomsburg

November 9
Shaping Sound
November 9 - 8:00 pm
Shaping Sound, created by Emmy Award nominated choreographers Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson, is an electrifying mash-up of dance styles and musical genres. Audiences of all ages can expect explosive choreography showcasing the dynamic rhythm, speed and physical strength of these visionaries.
Cost: $35 Adult; $17 Children & BU Students. Celebrity Artist Series
Haas Center for the Arts
Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, 570-389-4409 - http://www.cas.buzz

November 13
Sausage & Soup Sale
The revitalization group Downtown Shenandoah Inc. will sponsor a soup and sausage sale beginning at 10 a.m. Nov. 13 at its downtown center, 116 N. Main St., Soup flavors will include chili, New England clam chowder, chicken noodle, split pea, pasta fagiole and kielbasi.
The cost is $5 per quart and $2.50 per pint. The cost of sausage hoagies with peppers and onions is $3.50 each.
All are welcome. To order or for more information, call t570-462-2060

November 13
Book Bingo
Join eager readers and listeners for Book Bingo at the children’s library. New, hardcover childrens and young-adult books donated by Bloomsburg University’s Presidential Strategic Planning Grants and the International Reading Association will go home with all the lucky winners. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Free. Bloomsburg Public Library
225 Market Street, Bloomsburg,
784-0883 - www.bloomsburgpl.org

November 13
Veterans Program
7:00 pm. Light refreshments. Open to the public. Celebrate Veterans Day in recognition for all that they give for this country and our freedom.
Cost: Free, Columbia County Historical & Genealogy Society
Wesley United Methodist Church
Third & Market Streets, Blooomsburg

November 15
Chinese Auction
Groody’s Catering Hall, Ashland
Doors open at 12 Noon
Auction starts at 2:00pm
All proceeds benefit the ABA Parade Fund. Food & beverage available
for info or to make a donation call 570-985-0127

November 15
Meatloaf Dinner
Dinner 4 to7 pm,
Dinner includes meatloaf,potato filling, vegetables, rolls, Desert and beverage Adults $ 9.00, Children [ages 3 to 12] $4.00, Children under 3 are free
Eat in or take ou≠t
Dinner served at Congregational Free Church of Christ
81 Mc Keans Ridge Road
McKeansburg, 570-366-2049

November 15
Breakfast
Washingtonville Fire Company
7-11am, $7.00 Adults, 6-12 years $4.00, 5 years and under FREE.
Call 437-2069 for info.

November 15
Russian State Symphony
Orchestra (Classical)
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm, The Russian State Symphony Orchestra, known in Russia as the State Symphony Capella of Russia, was established in 1991. Its founding followed a merge of the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR Ministry of Culture led by Gennady Rozhdestvensky and the USSR State Chamber Choir under Valery Polyansky. Cost: Adults: $30, Seniors 62+ and Subscribers: $24, Youth 18 and Under: $20, Non-Bucknell College Students (limit 2): $20
Weis Center for the Performing Arts
1 Dent Drive, Lewisburg
570-577-1000

November 15
Turkey Day
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Celebrate all-things-turkey-with turkey crafts, storytelling, and get your picture taken with live turkeys! Wear a turkey for $1 off regular admission. Hosted at the Children’s Museum, 2 West 7th Street, Bloomsburg, 570-389-9206

November 15 & 16
Chinese Auction
November 15, 11:00am-7:30pm
November 16th, 9:00am-3:00pm
Auction @ 3:30pm!
Where: Trinity Lutheran Church
300 West Arch Street, Pottsville
Benefits: Youth Attending National Youth Gathering in Detroit, MI. July An assortment of food and drinks will also be sold!

November 16
Gabriel Chamber Ensemble Concert
3 pm, Jerusalem Lutheran Church, 252 Dock Street, Schuylkill Haven, This concert in memory of Basil S. Walsh III is sponsored by Marria Walsh, Elgar Piano Quintet Op. 84 in A minor, 1st movement
Beethoven String Quartet Op. 95 in F minor ‘Serioso’
Dvorak Piano Quintet Op. 81 in A major
Guest artists: Barbara Jaffe, Violin • Xun Pan, Piano
570-943-2558

November 18
Alzheimer Support Group
6 p.m. - Rest Haven
Schuylkill Haven
Dinner will be served.
Please call Lisa at (570) 385-033
to reserve your space

November 19
Tamaqua Area Community
Partnership
20th Anniversary
6 p.m. at Tamaqua Community Art Center, 125 Pine Street, Tamaqua, PA
RSVP (570) 668-6899 by Nov. 10th

November 22
Cressona Mall Santa Arrival
Saturday, November 22nd
Starting at ll am
Free Candy, Crafts, Games
and Candy

November 22
ACS Holiday Vendor & Craft Show
at Tamaqua Comm. Art Center, 125 Pine St. / 1 PM – 6 PM
Vendors, Crafters, Psychic Readings, Food & Baked Goods, raffle & more.
Interested Vendors & Crafters or FMI call 570-645-4228
2 LIVE Musical Shows featuring ACS Telethon Entertainers. 3 PM & 7:30 PM
Sponsored by CancerTelethon.org committee

November 22
10th Annual WinterFest
Craft & Food Festival!
St. Columba Parish in Bloomsburg hosts the 1WinterFest Craft and Food festival 9am to 2 pm at St. Columba’s School, Cafeteria & Gym located on the corner of 3rd and Iron Street in Bloomsburg. Over 30 Craft Vendors! Homemade Food! Dollar Tree and Silent Auction. Cookies sold by the pound, Eat in or Take out foods: Soups! Haluski! Pierogi! Chili! Bar-B-Que! Hot Dogs and Delicious Desserts! Mark your calendars!

November 22
5th Annual Turkey Trot
The Fifth Annual Geisinger Turkey Trot 5K Walk and Fun Run will be held at 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 22 at three locations.
The races will begin at Geisinger Medical Center, Hospital for Advanced Medicine (HfAM) in Danville; Nay Aug Park in Scranton and Geisinger-Gray’s Woods in Port Matilda.
The cost is $20 for pre-registered runners by Nov. 12. Runners will receive a race T-shirt. Proceeds from the Turkey Trot benefit Children’s Miracle Network at Geisinger.
The funds raised by this event will help to provide pediatric equipment, programs and services at Janet Weis Children’s Hospital and throughout Geisinger Health System.
Register online at events.geisinger.org or by calling 1.800.322.5437.

November 22
The Illusionists:
Witness The Impossible
8:00 pm , The world’s bestselling magic show, en route to its Broadway premier, is stopping at Bloomsburg University for one night only. This mind-blowing spectacular showcases talents of seven of the most incredible Illusionists on earth. Following this Bloomsburg stop-over, The Illusionists will make New York City their new home for audiences from all corners of the globe to enjoy. See it in Bloomsburg first ... see it next on Broadway!
Cost: $35 Adult; $17 Children & BU Students, Celebrity Artist Series
Haas Center for the Arts
Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, 570-389-4409 - http://www.cas.buzz

November 23
Annual Great Day Of Singing Service
Held at First United Methodist Church, 25 S. Balliet St., Frackville at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday,November 23rd. Special music will be presented by our choirs and the Praise Band, with opportunities to sing your favorite hymns!
All are invited.

November 23
Annual Holiday Open House
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Enjoy special shopping hours for our holiday visitors and the unique welcome of Danville merchants. For more information, call the Danville Business Alliance or visit the website. Danville Business Alliance, Downtown Danville
Danville, 570-284-4502
http://www.visitdanvillepa.org

November 27
Don’t Be Alone This Thanksgiving
1:00 P.M. - You are invited to a:
Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner
Holy Apostles’ Episcopal Parish Hall
307 E. Hancock St., St. Clair, PA
Please RSVP by November 20th
(570) 429-2272 or (570) 429-7107
Eat In – Take Out – Delivery available. Delivery beginning 11:00 A.M.
Take Outs – 12, Eat –In – 1:00 p.m.

November 27
Free Tours - The Jackson Mansion
9:30 am - 11:30 pm
The Jackson Mansion will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. You will be able to tour the Mansion at your own pace without a formal tour. While the runners are running the race you can stop in for a quick tour of this magnificent mansion. Tour fees are waived for the day.
Berwick Historical Society
Venue: Jackson Mansion
344 Market Street, Berwick
570-759-8020

November 28
THE WHLM PARADE OF LIGHTS
November 28 - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The WHLM Parade of Lights will usher Santa Claus and the Christmas season into Downtown Bloomsburg with cars, trucks, floats, boats and hundreds of thousands of Christmas lights!! Register to be a part of this year’s parade at www.WHLM.com. There’s no registration fee and entrants are eligible for prizes. Get more information at www.WHLM.com! Parade leaves Geisinger Bloomsburg Hospital Parking lot, travels down Lightstreet Road onto Main Street, turns at Market Street and ends at the Bloomsburg Fire Hall.
Cost: FREE, : Downtown Bloomsburg
Bloomsburg, http://www.whlm.com

November 28 - December 12
Annual Treefest
A winter wonderland of over 140 live live decorated Christmas Trees. Fridays: 5 to 9 pm Saturdays 10 am to 6 pm Sundays 12:00 noon to 5 pm.
Cost: $6.00; Children 12 & under are free. Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble
Venue: Caldwell Consistory
150 Market Street, Bloomsburg, PA, 570-784-8181 - www.treefest.org

Novenber 28 - December 28
‘Twas The Night Before Christmas
By Ken Ludwig Treat the family to the adventures of a girl and her mouse friend who responded to a North Pole emergency in this hilarious romp “worthy of Pixar, with such a playful spirit you might think the show itself was the product of Santa’s workshop.” - The Washington Post Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm; Sundays at 3 pm; No performance December 25th. Food preview: Saturday, November 29th at 2 pm. Reservations are highly recommended. Single Ticket Prices: $26/Adult; $22/Senior (age 60+); $22/Young Adult (age 30 and under); $13 Students; $13 Previews, all seats; Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble, Alvina Kraus Theatre
226 Center Street, Bloomsburg,
570-784-8181 - www.bte.org

November 29
Hot Shot Shooting Competition
Grades 5-12
at the Schuylkill Haven Recreation Center, Schuylkill Haven

Saturday, November 29th
Beginning at 11AM
December 5 - 7
Spririt of The Holiday Art Tour
at the Arts Barn, Orwigsburg

November 29
Shenandoah’s Black Friday
Christmas Kickoff
• Skydiving Santa Arrives at Noon - Veterans Memorial Stadium
• Vignettes from Dickins Christmas & Tree Lighting - 5:30 pm
• Horse Drawn Trolley Rides - 6 pm • Live Christmas Music
• Cookies and Hot Chocolate at the Damato Post

November 29 & 30
North Pole Express
Holiday programming
Train Display, Train Photography by Oren Helbok. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Families are invited to visit the model train display at the museum and have fun with holiday crafts
activities for all ages. Less than a block from the Market St North Pole Express stop.
Hosted at the Children’s Museum
2 West 7th Street
Bloomsburg, 570-389-9206

November 30
Mahanoy City Tree Lighting
• Live Nativity • Crafts • Food And Beverages Available
• Santa Arrives via Horse Drawn Carriage • Choral Performances
•Lamda Nu Society at the Teen Canteen 6 pm to 8 pm
• Horse Drawn Trolley Rides 6 to 8 • Live Reindeer. Historical Society Museum Open 6 to 8

November 30
Annual Ashland Tree Lighting
• Santa Parade at 6pm
Starts at 20th Street and proceeds down 3rd Street
• Tree Lighting at 6:30 p.m.

November 30
SANTA CLAUS Train Rides
Pottsville
SANTA CLAUS Train Rides
Featuring Steam Locomotive #425
November 30 & December 21
Departing from Union Station in Pottsville at 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Train runs towards Auburn. Approximately One-Hour Train Rides
Tickets
$12 for Adults (age 13 and up)
$9 for Children (age 3 thru 12) *
*One child rides FREE with each paying adult, Children 2 and under receive a FREE ticket.
(All children regardless of age, must have a ticket) Advanced ticket purchases recommended. Tickets sold on a first come, first served basis. Seating not assigned. Remaining tickets will be sold on the day of the trips at the station. Trips run rain, shine or snow!
Purchase in Advance at One South Second Street, 2nd Floor Pottsville PA
570-628-4647 Cash/Check accepted.

December 6 & 7
Schuylkill Radio Christmas Show
7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 6th at Schuylkill Haven Area High School.
3 p.m., Sunday, December 7th at Schuylkill Haven Area High School.
570-628-3388

December 6 - January 3
68th Annual Christmas Boulevard
This year’s theme is “Journey to the North Pole” The Boulevard will open at 6 pm on December 6 with opening festivities starting at 5:00 pm. at the beginning plot of the Boulevard. FREE
Christmas Boulevard
Market Street, Berwick

December 7
Columbia Co. Covered Bridge Assoc. Christmas On The Bridges
December 7 - 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Start your holiday celebration with us! If you have not attended this event before, you are encouraged you to come! Hayrides with Santa, Live Music, baked goods, warm drinks, and, of course, the BEST Ham and Bean soup ever. This year’s raffle is a hand-made Josiah Hess CB Bank created by Jim Clark. Tickets are available through our officers or the day of the event. FREE, Columbia County Covered Bridge Association, Twin Covered Bridges
Winding Road, Orangeville, http://www.facebook.com/ColumbiaCountyCoveredBridgeAssoc

December 7
American Doll Bingo
Doors open at 12:30 p.m. Food & baked goods available. Benefits the Animal Resource Center.
Cost: $20 for 20 games
Animal Resource Center
Espy Fire Hall
Central Road, Bloomsburg
570-784-3669 - www.nokillarc.org

December 13
“A Victorian Christmas”
12-3pm, Simon Kramer Cancer Institute/ Community And Recreation Center, 15 Alliance Street
New Philadelphia
Call 570-277-6218 for details

December 13
Cocoa Around-The-World
Crafting Party
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Get cozy with coco and celebrate International Children’s Day with crafts from around the world.
Hosted at the Children’s Museum
2 West 7th Street
Bloomsburg, 570-389-9206

December 13 & 14
Annual Iron Heritage Festival
Holiday House Tours
See some of Danville’s finest homes. Tickets are required. For more information, call the IHF office or visit its website. Noon to 5 pm each day.
Host name: Iron Heritage Festival Committee, Danville/Riverside Area
570-275-6700 -
www.ironheritagefestival.net

December 21
SANTA CLAUS Train Rides
Pottsville
SANTA CLAUS Train Rides
Featuring Steam Locomotive #425
Departing from Union Station in Pottsville at 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Train runs towards Auburn. Approximately One-Hour Train Rides
Tickets
$12 for Adults (age 13 and up)
$9 for Children (age 3 thru 12) *
*One child rides FREE with each paying adult
Children 2 and under receive a FREE ticket.
(All children regardless of age, must have a ticket) Advanced ticket purchases recommended. Tickets sold on a first come, first served basis. Seating not assigned. Remaining tickets will be sold on the day of the trips at the station. Trips run rain, shine or snow!
Purchase in Advance at One South Second Street, 2nd Floor Pottsville PA
570-628-4647 Cash/Check accepted

 


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