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Jewelry for Beginners Course
An introductory course perfect for anyone interested in learning the basic skills required to create handmade jewelry. No prior experience is required, ages 16 and over.
Keystone College, Fine Arts Center
3D Design in SolidWorks Basics Class
Learn the basics of 3D Design in SolidWorks, the industry-wide professional CAD program. Basic level, no experience required, ages 16 and over.
Keystone College, Theatre in Brooks, Design Studio
How To Cook With An Instant Pot
Get a hands-on overview of what you can do with an Instant Pot.
Ceramic Hand Building Workshop
Learn basic ceramic hand building techniques to create various shapes, forms, and projects. Basic level, no experience required, ages 16 and over.
Ceramics Open and Community Studio Night
Perfect for experienced ceramicists interested in utilizing Keystone's studio facility to produce their own work. Beginner to advanced level, some experience required, ages 18 and over.
Spring Film Festival Preview Day
Come see the trailers for the Spring 2019 Film Festival
Wyoming County Cultural Center/Dietrich Theater
Open Mic Night - Ben Keiser
Open to audiences and performers of all ages, musicians, poets, comedians and performers of all types are invited to share their talents on the Dietrich stage every fourth Friday. March's headliner: Ben Keiser.
Health Transformation Workshop
Certified Integrative Health Coach Donna LaBar will guide you step-by-step with information, ideas, and techniques through a proven plan for transforming health naturally.
Learn the basics of pruning and take your knowledge to most rees and shrubs for better browth, durability, and health. Class held rain or shine.
Spring Beekeeping Hands-On Course
This hands-on course introduces participants to the honeybee as a pollinator, bee behavior, and the basics of beekeeping. Basic, level, no experience necessary, ages 18 and over.
Keystone College, Lackawanna Hall
Owls and Night Hike
As we wait for the moon to rise, Rich Fritsky will give a short presentation on our local owls. Then we’ll wander the woods “calling in” any that may hear us. Bring a flashlight, wear sturdy shoes, and dress in layers.
Salt Springs Park
Forest City Area Emergency Services Spring Meat Raffle
18 meat prizes. Wheel raffles for additional meat or cash prizes. Lots of fun and great prizes. Doors open at 4pm.
Forest City Area Emergency Services Building
Antony and Cleopatra – National Theatre Live on Screen
See Shakespeare’s famous fated couple on the big screen in his great tragedy of politics, passion and power.
Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau, 5405 State Route 6, Tunkhannock, PA 18657
1-800-769-8999 or 570-836-5431 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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