Beginning Dec. 13, the Christkindl Market, which draws approximately 15,000 people each year and is dubbed the “oldest authentic outdoor German Christmas market in the United States,” will mark its 30th year.
Walking in Lewisburg’s Victorian Christmas Parade dressed in period costume inspired Amy Casimir to take the event one step further: “Let’s entertain people,” she said.
In 2000, Donna Bridge attended St. Andrews United Methodist Church in Watsontown and developed a vision for the children’s ministry to reach the community through the art of puppetry.
Students from four counties will present the musical revue “That Time of the Year” Friday and Saturday in the Meadows community center in Danville.
Those who want to attend one of the Susquehanna Valley Chorale’s Candlelight Christmas concerts this weekend (Dec. 8-9) shouldn’t delay in purchasing tickets, according to Kelly Beard, chorale executive manager.
This Saturday (Dec. 8), approximately 50 area musicians, ranging in age from high school students to those in their 70s and 80s, will gather to celebrate the holiday season with a wide variety of festive tunes.
If ever there was a time when harmony is appreciated, it’s Christmas. A concert bringing together two different groups, then, makes for the perfect Christmas celebration.
Bright Star Theatre, out of North Carolina, will present “Stone Soup and Other Heartwarming Tales” starting at 1 p.m. Saturday (Dec. 8) at the Elias Center for the Performing Arts in Mifflinburg.
Several writers of local history will gather at the headquarters of the Northumberland County Historical Society on Saturday (Dec. 8) from 1-4 p.m. to discuss their works with visitors and to sign and sell their books.
A multi-generational call and pursuit of musical excellence began in the Great Depression era continues today in the classical crossover Annie Moses Band.
Say Darling has found a way to combine the classic sounds of blues, rock ‘n roll and soul with songwriting and instrumentals that, according to their description of their new project, “leave the listener moved by its modern force.”
It’s surprising when people in charge of a major production spend more time praising their colleagues than singing their own praises, but in true Christmas spirit, that is what happened with the leaders of the Community Arts Center’s upcoming production.
Long ago sleigh rides in the town square of Middleburg has helped inspire an annual Christmas-based community event that has grown so much recently, organizers have had to turn away potential vendors.
This weekend, see the Christmas story in a whole new way via a community production of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” at 6:30 p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Unitarian Church along Point Township Drive outside of Northumberland.
The Soweto Gospel Choir will present “Songs of the Free,” honoring Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday, as well as international gospel classics and favorite Christmas carols on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Weis Center.
The Young Artists Theatre Project of Danville will present “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” at 7 p.m. Friday, 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday in the Jane E. DeLong Memorial Hall, 7 Church St.
Model trains offer a nostalgic link to Christmas for many, and starting this Friday night, the Milton Model Train Museum will offer its annual holiday open house with a massive, intricate display covering a 60-by-20 foot section of the Milton Moose building’s third floor.
Seventeen years ago, the Richfield community purchased new Christmas decorations for the town, and resident and Lions Club member Pat Niemond initiated an event to celebrate.
Many grew up watching the iconic movie. Its music is known and appreciated across generations. Its phrases have found their way into our every-day language.
Longtime local and legendary rock ‘n’ roll bands will gather together this Sunday to support a man they consider not just a fellow, respected musician, but also a friend.
The Susquehanna Valley Youth Chorale will hold its fall concert, titled “The Folk Song Tradition” on Sunday at 3 p.m. at St. John’s United Church of Christ, 1050 Buffalo Road in Lewisburg.
The annual fall book sale for the Public Library for Union County runs Wednesday and Thursday of this week from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and also 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
In the spirit of Veterans Day and honoring the sacrifices of others, the Snyder County Historical Society is hosting an afternoon of singing and storytelling.
By patronizing the sixth annual holiday festival, people can help area residents with intellectual disabilities and enhance a playground for infants and toddlers.
LEWISBURG — An indie drama shot in the Lehigh Valley gets an early showing Sunday at Campus Theatre in a push to build momentum ahead of a national release next spring.
The weather is getting chillier, school is in full swing, and the holidays are just around the corner. For Valley theater directors and students, that means fall play season.
This Saturday night, tractor-drawn haywagons will be ambling down the roads of Sunbury as the seventh annual hayride will transport visitors to and from six different establishments in the city, where special music is planned at each.
RiverStage Community Theatre will present the comedy Who Am I This Time? (And Other Conundrums of Love) by Aaron Posner, based on stories by author Kurt Vonnegut.
Fans of rock bands must hate it when the members split up to explore success by merging with other musical groups, but every now and then those original bands will come back together for a night of unforgettable musical celebration.
Kids love pulling on costumes and rushing out to go trick-or-treating for Halloween. But in the rush to join in the tradition that’s been looked forward to all year, it falls to parents to keep their little super heroes, princesses, skeletons and bumble bees safe.