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October 22

The Potter County Farmer’s Market, located on the square across from the jailhouse, will be open this Friday, October 22nd, from 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM (weather permitting). Here is a list of who plans to be there and what they plan on bringing to the Market:

ME and My Boys will be at the Market this week, with a selection of goat milk-based products that include bar soap, shampoo bars, lotions, bath bombs, and lip balms in tubes or tins. Accepting both cash and card payments. If you need more information you can contact Michele at meandmyboyssoap@gmail.com or visit the Facebook page ME and My Boys Soap.

Blue Marble Farm plans to be at the Market with celery, fennel, beets, salad turnips, radishes, cucamelons, jalapeño peppers, pepperoncini peppers, sweet peppers, onions, arugula, Asian Green, and more! Accepting SNAP/EBT and Credit/Debit cards, as well as FMNP checks. For more information, contact Lisa at bluemarblefarm@outlook.com or at 814-320-1308

Alpaca Creations will be a vendor at the Market this Friday, bringing lots of alpaca pompoms, bears, socks, hand-knit hats, mittens, mitts, and more! New selections of sock (fingering weight) yarns and alpaca felt insoles. Time for you to decide on winter craft projects and line up yarn for Christmas presents! Shop local. Accepting Credit or Debit. Questions: alpacas@zitomedia.net, or https://alpacas75.wixsite.com/website, or by calling 814-601-0049

Card Creek Bakery is planning to be there this week, bringing some artisan breads, sweet treats, and fresh brown eggs from their hens! For more information, call 814-544-7313, or by contacting Netra at netrabaker@hughs.net.

Unfortunately, there will be some vendors not present this week:

McKeone Orchard and Mushrooms will not be there due to lack of product. For more information, contact Sean at mckeonenursery@yahoo.com, or by calling 814-203-0851.

Mindfully Holistic will not be there this week, but she plans to be back on the 29th. For more information, contact Sabrina Perkins at 2001sperkins@gmail.com; to see the ingredients of her teas and her other goodies, check out mindfullyholistic.etsy.com.

Brian Gustin’s Woodworks is not planning to attend. For more information, contact Brian Gustin at gusbri9@gmail.com, or on his Facebook page, Brian Gustin’s Really Rural Woodworks.

Joel and June Caldwell are not planning on being there this week. For more information, contact Joel at buzzcaldwell@yahoo.com, or at 814-389-8621.

Barbara’s Creations is not planning to be there this week. For more information, you can contact Barbara at barbarahouwer@gmail.com or by calling 814-544-9068.

Joanie’s Apiary is not planning on being there this week. You can purchase all her honey and other products at the Artisan Center. For more information or for any special orders, you can contact Joan at joaniesapiary@gmail.com.

Mahlon Davenport isn’t planning to be at the market this week. For more information, contact Mahlon at mnsdavenport@verizon.net, or by calling 814-642-2464.

Rod and Judy Howard are not planning to be there this week. For more information, contact Rod and Judy Howard at rodjudyhoward@gmail.com or by calling 814-544-7442

Mike Thompson is not intending to be there this week.

Rachel’s Garden Gate is not planning to be there, due to the fact that they’re waiting for the Market to switch to Saturdays, as Olivia is in school. For more information, contact Dawn at dfink@zitomedia.net, or by calling 814-274-8824.

October 23

Project for Gifts Hosted By Elk County ABATE. Event starts at at 09:30 am and happening at Saint Marys Walmart parking lot in Saint Mary’s Registration at 9:30am…

October 22 & 23

The St. Marys Chamber of Commerce will have a Haunted Forest Benzinger Park from 6:30-10p. $5 entry fee. Concessions. Proceeds benefit  2022 Fireworks and Summer Park Programs.

 October 23

The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum will have spooky lantern tours from 6:30 to 8:30p. Join staff for a walk through the site by lantern. Listen to ghost stories and trick or treat along the way. Paint pumpkins, make pinecone birdfeeders and have some refreshments in the museum program room.

October 22 & 23

Moondance: the Ultimate Van Morrison Tribute Concert will be at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

The Friday night performance is primarily for Wellsboro Community Concert Association subscribers who plan to attend all six shows being offered during WCCA’s 2021-2022 season. Seating is theatre style. Those attending must wear masks throughout the performance. WCCA is also hosting a Saturday night performance for the general public. Seating is cabaret style at tables. Ticket holders are encouraged to bring their favorite beverages and snacks and reserve a table to sit with family and friends. Those

During the Oct. 22 and 23 concerts, the audience will hear Morrison’s classic rock songs like “Brown Eyed Girl” and “Domino,” legendary tunes like “Tupelo Honey” and “Into The Mystic” and others, such as “Moondance,” “It Stoned Me,” “Wild Night,” and “Caravan.” Also included will be “Bright Side of the Road” from Morrison’s 1979 album “Into the Music;” “Cleaning Windows” from his 1982 “Beautiful Vision” album and “Days Like This” from his 23rd 1995 same titled album.

A season pass admits one adult and accompanying children, 12 and under, to each of the six WCCA concerts and a separate season pass admits a student, 13 to 18. 2019-2020 season ticket holders can purchase a discounted 2021-2022 season ticket.

Individual tickets for the Friday or Saturday Moondance concert can be purchased in advance for adults, children 12 and under and students, 13 to 18 or at the door either night on a first-come first-served, space-available basis. To purchase tickets at the door, arrive at the Deane Center at 7:15 p.m.

To reserve seats for Friday and tables for Saturday or for tickets or season ticket forms, visit www.wellsborocca.org, call the Deane Center at 570-724-6220 or stop in at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

October 23

The annual fundraiser benefitting Second Chance Animal Sanctuaries Heading Home Center in Tioga, PA will be held starting at noon at the Knoxville VFW. There will be a Chinese Auction, yard sale, and  Blue Country Roots band will provide live music. No admission but donations of cash, dog and/or cat food and cleaning supplies will be appreciated. For more information, go to our “Black Forest Trails page.

October 23

The Roseville United Methodist Church will have a Drive-thru Ham Dinner from 2-5p. $10 a meal. Benefits Women’s Mission Projects.

October 24

The Jackson Center United Methodist Church on Jackson Center Road will have a 150th Anniversary Sunday Service at 9:45a. Light refreshments after the service.

October 24

The Lambs Creek Sportsman’s Club in Tioga County will have a running deer fun shoot from 10a-1p. FMI: 570.662.7850 or www.lambscreeksc.org

October 24

The Hamilton-Gibsons Children’s choir and the Young Men/Young Women’s Choirs will present an Autumn Chorale in the parking lot of the First Baptist Church in Wellsboro beginning at 2:30p. If inclement weather, concert will be presented indoors at St.Paul’s Episcopal Church. Masks required if indoors. $8 for adults, $4 for students/children 18 and younger. FMI: hamiltongibson.org

Elk Country Visitors Center

October 23 – Archery Basics from 10:00 a.m. til 2:00 p.m. Have you ever shot a bow and arrow? Whether you are a seasoned pro that wants a little extra practice, or a beginner that wants to learn how to shoot a bow, come join us on our archery range.

October 24 –Elk Walk and Talk at 2:00 p.m. Join a staff member as we hike the trails around the Elk Country Visitor Center. Learn many interesting facts about the property and wildlife that often inhabit these fields. We will be covering topics such as what elk eat, where they spend their time, and how each season brings something different.

October 30 – Bats by PSU Intern at 2:00 p.m.“Afraid of the dark?” Bats aren’t, and they have some incredible adaptations for it! Come join us to learn how these nocturnal navigators aren’t so scary after all and benefit us daily.

October 31 – Halloween Elkstravaganza from 1:00 p.m. til 4:00 p.m. Join us for a fun-filled day of spooktaculiar crafts, games, and treats! Feel free to come in your costume if you’d like as well! We will have a costume parade with BENNY the Bull Elk leading the way at 2:00 p.m.

Sinnemahoning State Park

Saturday, October 23 at 8:30am to 10:00am Otter Habitat Walk Explore otter habitat with the park educator and learn how to identify otter tracks, scat, and other sign.  Walk will be about 1-2 miles over rough and uneven terrain.  Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather.  All ages welcome. Meet at the Eagle Watch table at the Lake Day Use Area.

Oct 23 3pm Lots of Leaves! – Walk and Craft Where did that leaf come from? Take a walk with the park naturalist to learn to identify trees by their leaves and make leaf rubbings to take home. Wear sturdy shoes and dress…

Saturday, October 23 at 7:30pm to 9:00pmSkies of Sinnemahoning – Stargazing Experience the wonder of the park at night! Learn October constellations through a laser-guided tour of the night sky. If weather conditions permit, telescopes will be available for an  up-close look at celestial objects. Dress for the weather, all ages welcome. No pre-registration required.

Sunday, October 24 at 1:00pm to 2:00pmElk Tracks and Traces Take a walk to look for signs of the park’s largest herbivore and learn about their behavior. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather.         Walk will be about 1 to 2 miles over slightly uneven terrain. All ages welcome.

Kinzua Bridge State Park

Sunday, October 24 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm Escape Room: Natural Resources Past, Present & Future Our relationship with natural resources have changed a lot since Europeans first colonized Pennsylvania. Test your problem solving skills to navigate our escape room from the exploitation of the past to sustainable practices for the future!

November 4

A Way Out, Potter County domestic violence and sexual assault services is offering economic justices classes via Zoom. For those who do not have access to the internet or device, A Way Out will host a limited number of participants at the resource center. The classes will  be held Wednesdays  9-10:30 a November 10, 17, and December 1,8 and 15. Registration due November 4. FMI: 814.274.0368 or awayoutjenniferr@gmail.com

November 7-10

The Calvary Baptist Church in Coudersport will hold a family conference with Evangelist Erich and Shawna Brooks and family.  Sunday: Bible Study, 9:30a; Morning Worship 10:45a; Evening Service, 6:00p. Monday-Wednesday evening services at 6:30p.

November 14

The Smethport Fire Department will be serving breakfast from 8-11am at the fire hall.

November 18

The Red Cross will have a bloodmobile from 12:30 to 5:30 at the Coudersport Consistory.

November 20

Galeton’s 40th annual Christmas Craft Bazaar will be held from 10a-3p at the Galeton Area School. Over 75 craftpersons. Lunch available. $2  admission.