An Adventure Romance "Dangerous Curves" roads in Honduras, life in general... by local author, Robert John Andrews Thursday, March 20th 6:30 to 8pm - $18 per copy, cash only
Spring Tea Parties
will be celebrated to benefit the Thomas Beaver Free Library onSaturday March 22nd at both 1pm and 4pm and on Sunday March 23rd
at 3pm. There will be seating for 20 at
each event. Tickets can be purchased for
$25 at the Library on the corner of E. Market and Ferry Sts. and Scott’s
Florist on Northumberland Street.
celebrate the end of a long and difficult winter and the joy of knowing that
the trees are ready to bloom and the grass will soon be green again at the home
of Carol Carlough who has been holding “tea parties” most of her life. The event will be a traditional 3 course,
Savory, Scone and Sweets, tea served with silver, fine china cups and saucers
and fancy tea pots. Our hostess Carol
will explain the origin of terms associated with a Tea. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy her
‘Hands On’ collection of vintage accessories. Carol has spent decades collecting 3000
gloves, 1000 hats and purses and an enormous amount of special items from days
gone by for guests to have fun with and see themselves in popular fashions from
the past. Her 3000 aprons of many styles
belong to an earlier age, very seldom seen in the kitchen or the dining room or
even a store today.
Guest Abigail Geisinger will be present to greet guests at Carol’s home at 410
Sunbury Road. Please turn left at Avenue
E. The Carlough home is on the immediate
left side of the street. For
information call 570-275-3435 or 570-898-4039
MUSIC & MOVEMENT FOR TODDLERS ON TUESDAYS
10:30am every week Children need not sit still or be quiet!
THURSDAY MORNING PRESCHOOL STORYTIME each week at 10:30am. March 13th will include a visit from the Cat-in-the-Hat reading "Green Eggs and Ham"
Bookworms Book Club
Sponsored by the Friends of the Thomas Beaver
Library on the 4th Monday of the month at 6:30pm. Next meeting March 24th.
For more information call Nancy Riley at 275-1332
FRIENDS of the THOMAS BEAVER FREE LIBRARY -every month on the third Thursday at 6:30pm. Next meeting, March 20th.
MILL STREET WRITERS the first Monday of each month at 6pm in the Peters Community Room. Next meeting - March 3rd.
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