NORTHUMBERLAND — A spooky good time is happening again at the Point Drive-In’s Trunk or Treat this Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. along Route 11 between Northumberland and Danville.

BLOOMSBURG — It began small in 1981, but, since then, the Covered Bridge & Arts Festival has grown to four days and it now welcomes more than 300 vendors. The festival has also increased in popularity with many who travel to the event each year saying they come to welcome autumn.

MOUNT PLEASANT MILLS — For people who equate autumn with apples, there’s no better place to go than an event that celebrates the fruit in all its forms, particularly the edible ones.

Canadian-based Red Sky Performance will present their work “Trace” on Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University. Red Sky Performance is a leading company of contemporary indigenous performers in Canada and worldwide.

BLOOMSBURG — People plan their vacations around the Bloomsburg Fair for a reason. With an annual attendance of more than 400,000, it’s big enough to draw top-name entertainment while still focusing on the things that matter in any county fair: agriculture, food, rides and families.

The Valley Players Community Theater Organization announced its return to the dinner theater stage in November. The comedy “Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain,” by Mark Dunn, will be performed at The Packer House, 24 N. Third St. in Sunbury, on Nov. 5, 6, 12 and 13.

Perhaps the best part of publishing a semi-autobiographical book is reuniting with some of the real-life friends who inspired your fictional characters — and not only remaining friends with them, but hearing them praise your writing.

MCCLURE — The 130th McClure Bean Soup Festival & Fair is happening now and will continue through Saturday. The roots of the event, which has been dubbed a living memorial to all veterans of all wars, began as a public celebration held by the Veterans of the Civil War of McClure, in 1891.…

The Union County Historical Society, Merrill W. Linn Land & Waterways Conservancy, Bucknell University Humanities Center, the Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority, and the Lewisburg Children’s Museum (LCM) are teaming up to present Nature’s Explorers, a collaborative program series that w…

Elysburg All Home Days returns Saturday, Sept. 4 to Monday, Sept. 6, to celebrate the 102 year-old event with a car show, food, music, fireworks, 5K race/walk and much more at the Ralpho Community Park in Elysburg.

MIFFLINBURG — A special event is scheduled for this Sunday to raise funds for 7-year-old Brantley Herman, of Kreamer, who is being treated for a brain tumor. Appropriately, activities will center around one of Brantley’s favorite things: art. The event is being hosted by Kailey Wagner, a fam…

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DANVILLE — For seven years, Central Susquehanna Valley communities and organizations have stepped up to fight pediatric cancer in a September initiative called “Going Gold.” As part of that initiative, they have raised awareness and more than $65,000 in funds for the ThinkBIG Pediatric Cancer Fund.

Celebrating its 51st year, New Berlin Day will fill the streets of New Berlin on Saturday, August 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. “We get a lot of people who used to live in town who come back, so it is very much a reunion. It brings people out and you get to see your neighbors,” said Logan Roush, …

After shuttering their theatre season last year, the Gaspipe Theatre Company returns to the stage with Shakespeare’s, The Tempest. The RiverStage Community Theater in Lewisburg will host the performance from Aug. 13 — 15. The curtain will rise each night at 7 p.m. and there is no cost to att…

LEWISBURG – You could call it a Music in the Park spinoff because this concert series began when last year’s regular outdoor concerts were canceled due to COVID. That the series has continued is a testament to the quality and appreciation for local talent in our area.

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