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Lynnette’s Twirlerettes is in search of alumni twirlers who’re fascinated about both twirling or strolling throughout the stage for the fortieth Anniversary Recital at 5 p.m. April 22 at Carbondale Space Excessive College auditorium. Contact Lynnette at 570-281-9797 for apply dates and occasions.

Olyphant Hose Co No. 2 will maintain a pizza sale each Friday throughout Lent from 3 p.m. to six p.m. on the firehouse, 590 Burke Bypass Olyphant. Drive through solely; plain, pepperoni, onions or mushroom, $15/every, consists of toppings. To pre-order, name 570-489-3473 and depart a message.

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish Heart on Dundaff Avenue, Dickson Metropolis, will host a ebook membership each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. They are going to be discussing “That is Happiness” by Niall Williams, accessible at native bookstores or on-line.

Trinity Episcopal Church, 58 River St, Carbondale, will host Lenten specials on Fridays from 9 a.m. to five p.m. Manhattan clam chowder $5/small or $9/massive; cabbage and noodles $5; potato lasagna, $5/piece; pagash, $3/slice; pizza, $1/slice. Home made parboiled, frozen pierogies for $10/dozen. Soups nonetheless accessible to buy Monday by way of Friday, 9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m. Cease by or name 570-282-3620.

Jessup VFW Submit 5544, 205 Dolph St., will maintain its Lenten meals sale on Fridays by way of March 24 from midday to five p.m. or till offered out. Purple clam chowder or halushki, $8/quart or $5/pint; white clam chowder, $11.50/quart or $6/pint; crab bisque, $13/quart or $6.50/pint; hoagies, $6.50; potato pancakes, $2 every or three for $5; pierogies, $1.50 every, $6/half dozen, $12/dozen. Takeout solely. Pre-orders inspired till Wednesday night, name 570-489-7070.

Kingsbury Lodge No. 466, 410 Delaware Ave., Olyphant, is internet hosting a Lenten meals sale each Friday from 4 to six:30 p.m. and on Good Friday, April 7, from 2 to six:30 p.m. Manhattan clam chowder or corn chowder, $9/quart or $4.50/pint; haluski, $8/quart and $4/pint, pierogies, three for $3, six for $4 or dozen for $8. Frozen pierogies, $8/dozen. Takeout solely. For information, name 570-906-5360.

SS Cyril and Methodius Ukrainian Catholic Church is holding a meals fundraiser each Friday throughout Lent. Pierogi, $10/ dozen for potato, cabbage, or sauerkraut; $11/dozen for cheese. Pizza, $12/tray of purple; $13/tray of white. Home made soups, $10/quart: Feb. 24, Manhattan clam or potato cheddar; March 3, cheese tortellini or vegetable alphabet; March 10, New England clam or tomato bean; March 17, Manhattan clam or potato cheddar; March 24, cheese tortellini or broccoli cheddar; March 31, New England clam or vegetable alphabet. Rice pudding, $5/pint. Halushki, $9/quart on Feb. 24, March 10 and March 24; Pagach, half tray/ $12, entire tray/$20 on March 3, March 17 and March 31. Cellphone orders by 6 p.m. Monday to Jule 570-357-6171 or Michaelene 570-209-2026. Decide up Fridays 3 to six on the Parish Corridor, 207 River St., Olyphant.

Forest Metropolis Space Emergency Companies is promoting possibilities on 18 meat prizes to be awarded at raffle scheduled for March 25 at Station 41, 380 Railroad St. For extra info, name 570-785-3226 or 570-785-3837 and depart a message.

Browndale Fireplace Firm will maintain a spring money raffle with 16 prizes awarded on March 20 at 7 p.m. Solely 600 tickets shall be offered, tickets are $20. Prizes vary from $100 to $1,000. Winners shall be contacted by telephone. Tickets accessible at NAPA, Purple Cross Drug Retailer, Less complicated Instances all of Forest Metropolis or by contacting any member.

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Dickson Metropolis will host newbie’s line dancing lessons at 7 p.m. March 15 and 29. Lessons are $7 every and shall be held within the Virgin Mary Parish Heart fitness center on Dundaff Avenue. All are welcome; 18 and beneath have to be accompanied by an grownup.

The Associates of the Valley Group Library Annual Membership Drive is now open. Particular person memberships are $10 and household memberships are $15. Perks embrace member pre-sales for all energetic members the day previous to our public ebook gross sales. Turn out to be a brand new member, or renew current memberships, at Valley Group Library’s circulation desk. The Associates of the Valley Group Library is a nonprofit group devoted to elevating supplemental funds for the library and its applications.

Trinity Episcopal Church, 58 River St., Carbondale is having a do-it-yourself soup sale. Accessible soups are break up pea and ham, beef barley, pasta fagioli, Manhattan clam chowder, beef vegetable, cream of broccoli and hen noodle. $5/pint, $9/quart. Pickup weekdays from 9:30 a.m. — 12:30 p.m. Name 570-282-3620 for availability and pre-orders.

Senior males bowlers wished for a league on Wednesdays at 1 p.m., Idle Hours Lanes North, 2008 Scranton Carbondale Freeway. Bowl three video games in a handicap league, all vary of abilities accepted, $14 per individual. For extra info, name the bowling alley at 570-489-7526.

Valley View Excessive College Class of 2022 yearbooks are prepared for pick-up. Anybody who bought a yearbook can come to the entrance foyer desk to choose it up Monday by way of Friday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Captains of St. John’s 300 Membership of St. John’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Mayfield, have introduced that new membership playing cards for the following session of this fundraising membership at the moment are accessible. The following session will start in December 2022 and proceed for 26 weeks. To affix the following membership, ship your identify, handle and fee of $25 to St. John’s Rectory, 706 Hill Avenue, Mayfield, PA,18433. Membership playing cards shall be despatched upon receipt of fee. Membership consists of eligibility for 26 weeks of drawings, a last drawing – date which shall be introduced. For extra info, contact St. John’s Rectory at 570-876-0730.



Potato pancake sale: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., William Walker Hose Firm, 803 Penn Ave., Mayfield. Two for $5. Name 570-282-6059 upfront for big orders.

Paint and sip: 6 p.m., Valley Group Library, Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. For adults 21 and older. Led by Spirited Artwork, $40 every with a portion of the charge going to assist the library. Carry your personal drinks and snacks. For extra info or to enroll, name 570-489-1765, go to the library or go surfing to

Paint and sip: 7 p.m., Italian American Membership, 101 N. Garfield Ave., Olyphant. $35 every, consists of bunny, provides, meals and one refreshment. Restricted seating, name Karen 570-604-7682 for particulars.


Clam soup sale: midday to three p.m., Shopa Davey VFW Submit 6082, 123 Electrical St., Peckville. Purple and white accessible. Name Pete Puhalla Sr. at 570-335-5551 along with your order.

Ham and cabbage dinner: 4 to 9 p.m., Kenny’s Pub, 153 Spruce St., Archbald. Performances by the Kerry Kenny Irish Band & the Kenny Household. Reservations really helpful, 570-904-1095.


Artful Creations craft present and flea market: 11 a.m. to three p.m., Higher Carbondale YMCA, 82 N. Primary St. $1 donation on the door. Greater than 30 distributors, refreshments and 50/50 raffle.


Grownup craft: 5 p.m., Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. Make a bunny wine glass candle holder utilizing paint, cloth flowers and burlap. Register by calling the library at 570-489-1765 or visiting

Dickson Metropolis Neighborhood Watch: 7 p.m., Dickson Metropolis Municipal Constructing, 901 Enterprise Drive. Visitor audio system, Katie Wright and Maureen Monczewski from Geisinger Stroke Heart. Two Eagle Scouts from Troop 21 shall be honored. All are welcome, refreshments served.


Turning into a licensed foster guardian workshop: 6 p.m., Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. Led by Households United Community Inc., will discuss concerning the necessities, the kids inside the youngster welfare system and what’s going to occur as soon as absolutely licensed. There shall be time for open-ended dialogue and questions. Info packets shall be supplied. Registration is required and could also be achieved by contacting the Valley Group Library or on-line at


Artistic writing workshop: 5 p.m., Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. All writing ranges welcome, no writing expertise wanted. Register by calling the library at 570-489-1765 or visiting


Lenten meals sale: 3 p.m. to six p.m., St. Mary’s Orthodox Greek Catholic Church, 522 Primary Avenue, Dickson Metropolis. Manhattan clam chowder, $12/quart; halushki, $10/quart; pagash, $20/12-cut tray and potato pancakes, $2 every or three for $5. Advance orders solely, name 570-309-5990 by March 22.

Home made pierogie sale: 11 a.m., St. John’s Russian Orthodox Cathedral, 700 Hill St., Mayfield. $10/dozen deep-fried pierogie. No preorders; first come, first served.


Potato pancake sale: midday to 4 p.m., Shopa Davey VFW Submit 6082, 123 Electrical St., Peckville. Name Pete Puhalla at 570-335-5551 along with your order.

Distinctive Boutique for promenade: 1 p.m. to six p.m. on the Mid Valley Secondary Heart, 52 Underwood Street, Throop. Formal clothes, footwear, purses, wraps and jewellery in quite a lot of types shall be accessible for $10 or much less. Greater than 1,200 clothes can be found in sizes from 0-24.

Northeast Pennsylvania Associates of the NRA fundraising banquet: 3:30 p.m., Fiorelli’s Catering, 1501 Primary St. Peckville. Tickets: $65, $125 for {couples} and $30 for 18 and beneath. For extra info, name 570-947-8024 or electronic mail

MARCH 25-26

Spring picture fundraiser: 10 a.m. to three p.m. March 25, midday to 2 p.m. March 26, Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. Picture classes will function a enjoyable backdrop excellent for Mom’s Day or Easter. $10 per digital image, payable on day of occasion. Name 570-489-1765 or cease by the library to join a spot.


Scrapbook adorning celebration: 5 p.m., Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville. Carry private pictures and create 4 scrapbook pages with accessible provides. Register by calling the library at 570-489-1765 or visiting


Fish dinner: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., William Walker Hose Firm, 803 Penn Ave., Mayfield. $15 presale, $16 on the door, consists of hand-breaded fried fish, potato, coleslaw and rice pudding. Takeout solely, tickets can be found from members, on the Mayfield Borough Workplace or name 570-282-6059.

Blood drive: midday to five p.m., VFW Submit 7963 Social Corridor, 284 Primary St., Eynon. To schedule an appointment, name 1-800-RED-CROSS or go to


Free Easter egg hunt: 11 a.m., exterior of Archbald Group Ambulance Constructing, 195 Delaware St., Archbald. Hosted by the Eynon-Archbald Lions Membership. All kids will obtain a free reward bag and an opportunity to win one of many 4 bikes. The Easter Bunny shall be accessible for visits and footage. An Easter Bonnet contest may even be held. Carry your personal basket to gather the eggs. Rain Date is April 2.


All you’ll be able to eat breakfast: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Holy Ghost Corridor in Jessup. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Jessup / Peckville Chapter. $12/adults, $6/youngsters 6 to 12, free/youngsters beneath 6. That includes eggs, sausage, homefries, pancakes, beverage and dessert.


Easter egg hunt: 10 a.m., First Primitive Methodist Church of Dickson Metropolis, 516 Jackson St. Free.

Porketta sandwich sale: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Jessup Hose Firm No. 2, 333 Hill St. Hosted by Nadine Cenci Marchegiani Basis. $5/every. For tickets name Ken at 570-499-1794.


Annual Designer Purse Bingo: Doorways open at midday, video games begin at 1 p.m., Trinity Episcopal Church, 58 River St., Carbondale. Tickets, $25. Door prizes, basket raffles, lunch counter accessible. Name 570-282-3620 for tickets.

Trivia evening: 6 p.m., VFW Submit 7963, 284 Primary St., Eynon. Sponsored by District 14H Lions. Tickets, $20 due upon reservation. Meals, beer, espresso, soda and prizes included. For tickets, name 570-489-1965.


Pork loin dinner: 3 to five p.m., Christ Episcopal Church, 700 Delaware St., Forest Metropolis. $14 every. Roasted pork loin with stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, glazed carrots, applesauce and do-it-yourself desserts.


Grand bingo fundraiser: Doorways at 1 p.m., video games at 2 p.m., St. John Vianney Parish Corridor, 704 Montdale Street, Scott Twp. Organized by Knights of Columbus No. 12573, Montdale. Tickets, $25. Prizes embrace designer purses, instruments, reward playing cards and extra. Basket raffles shall be accessible. Name Lenny Longo at 570-445-1005 or Mike Lisiak at 570-498-6354 for tickets.

ONGOING/REMINDERSHigher Carbondale YMCA, 82 N. Primary St., hosts a CPR and first support coaching on the primary Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. YMCA’s Registered Nurse Lorrie Williams directs members in primary life assist and AED on infants, kids and adults. Members then have the chance to be guided in First Support procedures making ready them to look after quite a lot of accidents and diseases. Name 570- 282-2210 to register.

Dickson Metropolis Gentle and Banner Affiliation will meet at 5 p.m. March 22 and April 26 on the Dickson Metropolis Borough Constructing, 901 Enterprise St. All members are invited to attend the planning conferences. New members are all the time welcome. Sponsors who’ve requested the return of or haven’t renewed their Hometown Hero Veterans banner might choose them up on Feb. 6 between 4:30 and 6 p.m.

United Neighborhood Heart’s Fallbrook Wholesome Growing old Campus hosts oncology yoga each Monday at 1 p.m. These free lessons are for people dwelling with most cancers and survivors of most cancers. Mats can be found on the campus, 185 Fallbrook St., Carbondale. Name 570-580-9765 for extra info.

The Carbondale Public Library will begin a brand new STEM membership for teenagers 7-12, led by Tim Frank from Johnson Faculty, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays. Registration is required, The library may even launch a dinosaur membership for teenagers 4-12, at the side of Jurassic Raptor 570, from 10:30 a.m. to midday on the third Saturday of each month starting Jan. 21.

Carbondale Public Library launched a brand new teen ebook membership for horror lovers referred to as the Wednesday Addams Guide Membership. The group meets from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. each Wednesday on the library, 5 N. Primary St. Registration required, go to

Carbondale Public Library hosts a ebook membership at 1 p.m. on the final Thursday of each month within the library’s group room. For info on the ebook, go to the library at 5 N. Primary St. or name 570-282-4281.

The Carbondale Public Library, 5 N. Primary St., hosts a lot of particular occasions every month, together with a homeschool program on Thursdays from 2 to three p.m. and afternoon story hour on Thursdays at 4 p.m., geared for kids in pre-kindergarten by way of fourth grade.

The Valley Group Library hosts knitting and crochet group at 1 p.m. each different Friday, together with March 10 and March 24. All ranges welcome. Attendees can deliver their very own mission they’re engaged on or come begin one with yarn and needles accessible. Register by calling the library at 570-489-1765 or logging on at

The Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville, hosts a cooking membership on the primary Thursday of the month. Select a recipe from the chosen cookbook in the course of the prior month and register on the entrance desk. Make the recipe at dwelling and convey your creation to the assembly. Everybody will talk about the recipes and take a look at one another’s dishes. This program is for ages 18 and older.

The Valley Group Library, 739 River St., Peckville, hosts a cross-stitch and embroidery group at 1 p.m. each different Friday, together with March 3, 17 and 31. The library could have mission provides or be happy to deliver your personal. Registration is required by calling the library at 570-489-1765 or logging on at

The Valley Group Library hosts a family tree membership on the primary Wednesday of every month at 3:30 p.m. The membership will assist patrons study extra about historical past by way of their private household historical past and can talk about information used to seek out info, assist seek for extra info and share findings. Members will be capable to use many sources accessible on the library, together with AncestryLibrary, HeritageQuest and the library’s native historical past and family tree ebook assortment. People with all ranges of family tree information are welcome. Laptops shall be accessible at conferences, however private tech units and paperwork can be utilized.

Dickson Metropolis Civic Heart, 935 Albert St., hosts a senior health class from 9 to 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Free for borough residents; annual charge for non-residents.The middle additionally hosts grownup health lessons from 6:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Monday and Wednesday and 9 to 9:30 a.m. on Saturdays, $5/borough residents and $7/non-residents. It additionally hosts toddler time from 10:30 a.m. to midday on choose Tuesdays and Thursdays. $6/class for borough residents, $8/class for non-residents. The category is geared toward kids 18 months to 4 years; pre-registration is required. Name 570-383-1813.

Forest Metropolis Space Historic Society is accepting purposes for 2022 membership and membership renewals. Particular person membership, $25; household membership, $50; lifetime membership, $150; scholar membership, $10. Extra membership choices accessible. Contact Juliann Doyle, membership chair, by calling 570-499-4908 or e-mailing jdoyle@nep.internet. For extra info, go to

Rail-Path Council of NEPA hosts quite a lot of actions every month designed to construct well being and benefit from the outside. Strolling Mondays occur at 10 a.m. every Monday on the Union Dale Trailhead. Biking Wednesday occur at 5 p.m. every Wednesday, additionally on the Union Dale Trailhead. There are additionally particular occasions every month. Try their Fb web page, Rail-Path Council of Nepa. Pre-registration is required; electronic mail trails@nep.internet or name 570-679-9300.

The Archbald Borough Historic Society meets the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. within the Archbald Borough Council Chambers, 400 Church St.

Broom sale sponsored by the Mayfield Lions Membership, on the borough constructing. Used eyeglasses are additionally collected on the similar location. For extra info, name 570-876-4391.

All Saints Orthodox Church, 211 Willow Ave., Olyphant, sells frozen pierogies each Friday, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and each Sunday, 10:30-11:30 a.m. The fee is $8 per dozen. For extra info, name 570-383-0785 or 570-489-5591.

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Dickson Metropolis hosts bingo video games each Monday night, with doorways opening at 5 p.m. Early hen video games start at 6:30 p.m.; common video games start at 6:50 p.m. Admission charge consists of 17 video games with Buddy Bingo Particular and Progressive Jackpot every week. Home made meals offered earlier than the bingo. Door prizes awarded every week. Van shuttle service supplied at no cost from Carbondale (name Evelyn at 570-282-4817) and Scranton (name Nettie at 570-341-9363). For extra info, name 570-489-2091.

The Carbondale Farmers Market is open each Thursday from 1 p.m. to six p.m. at 185 Fallbrook St. It accepts SNAP/EBT advantages. To study extra, recipients can converse with the market supervisor on the United Neighborhood Facilities service desk on the market.

Fallbrook Wholesome Growing old Campus, 185 Fallbrook St., has loads of actions every week, together with Bingo at 11 a.m. on Tuesdays and 10 a.m. on Wednesdays. They provide yoga lessons, arthritis-friendly train lessons, crafts and academic lessons, too. For extra info and a full schedule, go to or name 570-580-9765.

Rescue and Restore Church, 120 Willow Ave., Olyphant, hosts a meals distribution on the primary Monday of each month. Carry identification on first go to. Contact 570-483-4114 or for added info. The church additionally hosts a group dinner at 5 p.m. on the final Thursday of each month. Everyone seems to be welcome.

A group meals distribution is held from midday to 4 p.m. on the final Friday of each month on the Carbondale Public Library, 5. N. Primary Ave. Registration is strongly really helpful, in any other case it’s first come, first served. For extra info, contact the library at 570-282-4281.

Valley Village of Volunteers hosts a group meals distribution from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 11 and March 25 on the Dickson Metropolis Group Constructing, 2 Eagle Lane. First come, first served. Geared toward residents of Dickson Metropolis, Olyphant and Throop however everyone seems to be welcome.

St. James St. George Episcopal Church, 398 Washington Ave., Jermyn, affords a meals pantry on the fourth Wednesday of each month and a takeout group meal on the final Saturday of each month. Each are be held on the church.

Sacred Coronary heart of Jesus Church hosts its meals giveaway on the second Wednesday of every month from 1 to 2 p.m. Upcoming dates are April12 and Could 10. Giveaways are sponsored by Associates of the Poor and happen within the church’s parking zone, 1101 Willow St., Peckville.

The Bread Basket of NEPA operates two meals pantries within the space. The Jessup pantry is open from 3 to five p.m. each Wednesday at St. Michael’s Church, 316 First Ave. The Archbald pantry is open from 10 a.m. to midday each Tuesday at Christ the King Parish, 411 Church St. Shoppers can go to the pantry as soon as a month; they need to deliver identification. For extra info, name 570-343-2324.

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