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May 27: Farmers Market—Coudersport

The Potter County Farmers Market is open today until 5:30 on the vacant lot across from the Jail on East Second Street, Coudersport.

BARBARA’S CREATIONS will be at the market this week with hand crafted earrings from Japanese paper in many styles and colors.

BRIAN GUSTIN’S WOODWORKS expects to attend this week (weather permitting) bringing a variety of wooden crafts, bowls, cutting boards, charcuterie boards. Also, Jean expects to bring along an assortment of her soaps & bath bombs, etc.  We accept cash, and for purchases over $25, we can process credit cards.  For more information, contact Brian at phpfixer@gmail.com.

BLUE MARBLE FARM will be at the market with a variety of Vegetable garden plants and Black Raspberry plants.  We accept cash, credit cards, and SNAP.  For more information, contact Lisa at bluemarblefarm@outlook.com or at 814-320-1308.

JOANIE’S APIARY and TIA’S TREES plan to be there (weather permitting) brining honey products and beeswax products along with corn heating pads, note cards and decorative trees. Cash and checks accepted. For more information, contact Joan at joaniesapiary@gmail.com.

MENACING MARMOT MERCANTILE plans on attending if weather permits for us to be outside.  We will be bringing freeze dried candy & ice cream, freeze dried dog treats, dog bandanas, epoxy mugs, candles, farmhouse decor, T-shirts & Hoodies. Cash and credit cards accepted. Contact us via Facebook messenger or call Kelly at (724) 841-5970.

MIKE THOMPSON will be a vendor this week, bringing fresh rhubarb, lettuce, green onions, radishes and butternut squash, also selling Rider knives and knife sharpening.  Bring your kitchen and miscellaneous knives to be sharpened while you shop the other venders.   Accepting SNAP and cash.

May 27: Arboretum Dedication —Coudersport

The dedication of the stage at the Coudersport Arboretum will be held at 5 pm. Coudersport High School Band and Show Choir will perform, and several local officials are slated to speak.Contributors whose donations have made building the stage possible will be honored. Since its beginnings, more than 20 years ago, the memorial park has been entirely funded through donations and volunteerism. Erecting a permanent structure at the site for community gatherings was part of the early plans. A pavilion is featured in a sketch of the initial design for the property about 20 years ago.

Music In The Park, a weekly summertime event held annually at the arboretum, has grown in popularity over the years, making it imperative to provide better shelter for musicians and their equipment. The group said that they’re grateful for the amount of support that they’ve already received for the stage, but noted that the project is not finished. Opportunities are still available for people to honor loved ones, and organizations, businesses to be commemorated on the plaque.

The group will also be sponsoring an activity for all ages during the dedication; rock painting. All materials will be provided. Food and drinks will be available.

Those interested in learning more about the Coudersport Arboretum, or join the Arboretum Association can attend their monthly meeting held on the first Wednesday of the month at the borough office, the former depot, at the Arboretum; visit the group’s facebook page: Coudersport Arboretum; email coudersportarboretum@gmail.com

May 27 & 28 Comedy, “The May Queen” —Wellsboro

Photo by John Eaton

Meeting for the first time in over a decade, Mike (Vince Nance) and Jennifer (Emily Cornell) realize they have very different views on life after high school.

Hamilton-Gibson Players will present the Molly Smith Mezler comedy “The May Queen” Performances will be in the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday,

The play is the story of Jen Nash, former high school May Queen. She returns to her hometown after circumstances force her to take a job as an office temp at the local insurance agency and what happens when she begins working with some of her former classmates. Admission is $16 for adults ages 19 and up and $8 for students, 18 and under. A FlexPass is $75 that an individual can use to see six different shows or to attend one show and bring five friends.Order tickets in advance at hgp.booktix.com or by calling the HG office at 570-724-2079 with credit card information.

May 28: Guided Bird Walk—Wellsboro

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The Tigadaghton Audobon Society will have a free guided bird walk at Hills Creek  State Park. The walk  open to the public. Registration is not required. Meet at the Hills Creek State Park office at 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901 in Charleston Township, near Wellsboro. At 8 a.m., participants will drive their own vehicles from the office parking lot to the nearby starting location. The walk will be slow-paced and last about two hours.

May 28: Chicken barbecue—Coudersport

The Coudersport Volunteer Fire Department will have a chicken barbecue starting at 11am and continuing til gone.

May 28: Yard Sale—Pennsylvania Lumber Museum

5660 US 6 West Ulysses, PA 16948 Phone: 814-435-2652

May 28: ATV/UTV Trail Ride—Coudersport

Join the Potter County ATV/UTV Club Ride from Coudersport to The Trails End At The Waldheim.$20.00 per person.  Please send money to PayPal(friends/family, comment Waldheim) or send payment to 1011 S Main St, Coudersport, PA16915.Meeting at the big parking lot across from 201 S West St, The CoudersportBorough. Ride leaving at 10:00 AM.   Meal choices: Sloppy Joe or Pulled Pork, each with Mac Salad and Baked Beans (please comment meal choice and how many).If you are not a member of the Club you are allowed  to participate in one ride before determining if you want to be a member.Potter County ATV/UTV Club Email:pc.atvutv@gmail.com

May 28 & 29:  Wine, Brews, and Food—Whitneyville

 The North Central Pennsylvania Wine, Brews and Food event will be held at the Tioga County Fairgrounds starting at 10a Saturday and ending at 4p Sunday.There will be live music, crafts and a variety of foods. Tickets $25 on line or $30 at the door.https://northcentralwinefestival.com/event-%26-vendor-info

May 28: Free Concert—Austin

 Solo musicians Whitefeather and Dan Roche are scheduled to play a free concert, from noon to 6 pm. Other planned activities include a US flag presentation ceremony to open the event. Special exhibitions being planned include the display of a culturally significant wood carving of a golden eagle by military veteran and chainsaw carver, Dale Felice. As part of this presentation, a special Native American observance is being held, featuring ceremonial dance and artistic performances. Sponsored by  the Austin Dam Memorial Association

May 29: Fish for Free—all over Pennsylvania. No fishing license required; all other regulations apply. FMI; www.gonefishingpa.com

May 29: Singspiration—Roulette

The First Baptist Church in Roulette will have a singspiration at 6:30p.

May 30: chicken barbecue—Millerton

The Millerton United Methodist Church will have a chicken barbecue starting at at 11am until sold out. $11/dinner’ $9 a half. To pre-order call 570.537.6087 and leave a message.

May 28: Church Yard Sale—Coudersport

The Coudersport Free Methodist Church will have a yard sale at the church on East Second Street.

May 29: Fly-In Breakfast—Wellsboro

Photo by John Eaton

Want your eggs scrambled or over easy? Shown are Noah and his dad Doug Smith. They’ve been cracking eggs during the Canyon Pilots Association breakfast for several years and are planning to do so again this year.

The Canyon Pilots Association Memorial Day Weekend All-You-Can-Eat Fly-In Breakfast is Sunday, May 29 at the Grand Canyon Regional Airport at 112 Runway Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901. The breakfast is open to the public and will be held rain or shine. Parking is free with handicapped parking available.

Pilots in various types of full-size aircraft will fly to the airport for the breakfast, weather permitting.

“People who attend are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to join family members and friends outdoors to watch airplanes land and takeoff while they chat,” said Tom Freeman, an association member.

on the menu are ham, eggs, buckwheat pancakes, coffee and orange juice. Requested is a donation of $10 for adults and $5 for youngsters ages 3 to 8 years old. Children 2 and under will be admitted free.

During the breakfast, visitors can try out the airport’s Redbird TD-2 flight simulator for free in the terminal. Software for all public airports in the United States, including the Wellsboro airport is installed on the simulator. It can be configured as a simple single engine airplane up to a complex, high performance aircraft.

Members of the Canyon Country Ultralight Club will assist with the breakfast and have a display of ultralight aircraft outdoors.

The Mountain Modelaires will display radio controlled airplanes and helicopters.

For more information about the May 29 breakfast or flight instruction scholarships for youth, 16 and older, email Tom Freeman at av8slow@gmail.com.

May 29: Fish for Free—all over Pennsylvania.

No fishing license required; all other regulations apply. FMI; www.gonefishingpa.com

State Parks

May 29: Pontoon Tour of the Stevenson Reservoir

Join park staff for a fun and informative 1-hour tour, as we cruise the shoreline of the George B. Stevenson Reservoir in search of wildlife.

9:00am

to 10:15am

10:30am to 11:45am

12:00pm to 1:15pm

Tours are offered on most Sundays and other selected dates throughout the season, with three tours offered on each date.There is no fee for regular Sunday interpretive pontoon boat tours, but DONATIONS ARE REQUESTED. Group size is limited.  To reserve a seat, please pre-register.  Pre-registration is not required but is strongly recommended. If you need an accommodation to participate in PA State Park activities due to a disability, please contact the park you plan to visit.  With at least seven days’ notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.For more information about programs at Sinnemahoning State Park, please call the park office at 814-647-8401.

May 27, 2022: Night Sky Tour—Cherry Springs State Park

Experience the splendor of the night sky at Cherry Springs State Park from 9:30pm to 10:00pm.. Observe the constellations through a laser-guided tour conducted by park staff. Hear legends and myths surrounding several familiar and not so familiar patterns in the sky. Learn about park history, current use, and the importance of dark night skies. Following the program, the park may have telescopes available for an up close look at celestial objects. Telescope availability is subject to staff/volunteer availability, weather conditions, and crowd size limitations. Registration is not required for this program. While you may still observe on your own at the park without attending a program, all visitors should arrive before dark. Programs are conducted at the Night Sky Public Viewing Area. Follow the walkway from the public program parking to the seating area. Since seating is limited, you may want to bring a chair and/or blanket. The park asks that visitors to the Night Sky programs please leave their pets at home. Dim lighting, large crowds and sensitive equipment do not create a pet-friendly environment. All programs will be cancelled in the event of rain or thunder. Visitors may want to check the Clear Sky Chart or Astrospheric for 48-hour forecasts of cloud cover and viewing conditions.

May 27 8:30pm Bald Eagle America’s Bird—Hills Creek State Park

Learn about our majestic national symbol. Its size, power, and grace will be featured along with its biology and recovery in PA.May 28 8am Saturday Morning Birding Series Saturday Morning Birding Walk at Hills Meet at the Hills Creek State Park Office prior to 8am and leave promptly….

May 28 7pm Beaver Hike: Kettle Creek State Park

Take a .75 mile hike along the Mid-State Trail to see an active beaver lodge! Learn about their history, management, and role in our park. Great hike for the whole family.

May 28 8:30pm World of the Beaver—Kettle Creek State Park

Learn the history, biology, and management of this unique mammal through photos, skulls, hides, and demos.

May 28 4pm Creative Constellations—Kettle Creek State Park

Join the park educator at the nature center to learn about the night sky, different phases of the moon, the constellations, & the stars associated with them.

May 28 6:30pm Matchless Fire Starting—Kettle Creek State Park

Fire has always captivated humans. Whether it be for cooking or for warmth, people have relied on this heat source for millennia. Come out to the upper campground.

May 28 8pm Matchless Fire Starting—Kettle Creek State Park

Fire has always captivated humans. Whether it be for cooking or for warmth, people have relied on this heat source for millennia. Come out to the nature center

May 29 1pm Art in the Park- Bluebird Edition

These bright birds are one of the most recognizable flyers around. Did you know that they also lay blue eggs as well! Join the park educator in the nature center.

May 28 12pm Geocaching with a Bigfoot Twist—Kinzua Bridge State Park

Join us at 12:00 p.m. in front of the Visitor Center for a short intro about how to geocache with one of our units. Then borrow a park GPS unit and try to find the park…

May 30 12pm Special Order –Ole Bull State Park

To commemorate Memorial Day, join us for a brief history about “Remembrance Day” and the reading of a portion of General Logan’s Special Order # 11. Meet outside the Visitor Center.

May 27 7:30pm Matchless Fire Starting—Ole Bull State Park

Fire has always captivated humans. Whether it be for cooking or for warmth, people have relied on this heat source for millennia. Come out to the amphitheater to learn a few…

May 28 2pm Creative Constellations—Ole Bull State Park

Join the park educator at the amphitheater to learn about the night sky, different phases of the moon, the constellations, & the stars associated with them. Along the way,…

May 29 9:30am Sunday Stroll—Ole Bull State Park

Join the park educator, for an easy and flat 1 mile hike along the Beaver Haven Nature Trail. Wear footwear and clothing suitable for hiking. Please take drinking water.

May 30 9:30am Art in the Park- Bluebird Edition—Ole Bull State Park

These bright birds are one of the most recognizable flyers around. Did you know that they also lay blue eggs as well! Join the park educator in the amphitheater, as we learn…

May 28 3pm NEW TIME: Crayfish Crawl—Sinnemahoning State Park

NEW TIME: Program is now from 3:00 to 4:00 PM at 40 Maples. Discover how crayfish move on land and water by splashing into the wild world of crayfish to explore their environment.

May 28 8pm Owls of Sinnemahoning State Park

Whoooo’s there? Learn about Pennsylvania’s owls in an engaging slide presentation with taxidermied owl mounts. Learn about the wonderful owls that live in Pennsylvania,…

May 29: Story Time: ‘Draw and Tell’ Stories—Sinnemahoning State park

New Location: Discovery Area outside by Park Office Listen to a story and watch it take shape right before your eyes! The park naturalist will tell several stories through drawing pictures, children love figuring out what the final drawing will be.Best for families with young children ages 4 to 7, older and younger siblings welcome.

 2:30pm to 3:30pm

May 27 3pm Wild Flower Walk—Sizerville State Park

Join us at Sizerville State Park as we explore the park for native wild flowers. The hike will start at Sizerville’s Amphitheater, comfortable footwear is recommended.

May 27 8pm Amphitheater Show & Tell—Sizerville State Park

Join us  for an educational short film on the reintroduction of fishers and otter back to PA.

May 28 3pm Mushroom Madness—Sizerville State Park

Join us at Sizerville State Park as we search for wild mushroom species and learn about their role in the environment. The hike is on the Campground Trail.

May 28 8pm Amphitheater Show & Tell—Sizerville State Park

Join us at Sizerville State Park for an educational short film on raptor restoration. Learn what techniques they used and where the population is at today.

May 29 9:30am Old Growth Tree Walk—Sizerville State Park

Join us at Sizerville State Park as we take a stroll through Sizerville’s old growth forest. The walk begins at Pavilion 2 and spans for a mile. Comfortable footwear is recommended.

May 28: Elk Calves—Elk Country Visitors CenterCalving season is here! Most elk give birth to their calves between the last week of May and the first week of June. Join us at the Elk Country Visitor Center to learn more about Elk Calves, calving season, behavior and safe viewing tips during this time of year!

May 28: Track Identification—Elk Country Visitors Center

We may not always see wildlife roaming around, but there are many ways to tell that an animal has been in the area. One of those ways is by looking at the tracks that they leave behind! Learn how to identify common animal tracks in PA and test your skills with an interactive game.

May 31: 10K Run—Wellsboro

The Laurel Festival 10K (6.21 miles) will start at 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 18 at Packer Park on Queen Street in Wellsboro. The two-mile Fun Run/Walk will start at 9:05 a.m.Those who pre-register for the 10K on or before Tuesday, May 31 and pay the $25 entry fee will receive a free event T-shirt, courtesy of First Citizens Community Bank. They will also be entered in the early bird drawing for a chance to win $25 in Wellsboro Chamber Dollars to spend in more than 60 area businesses. Those who do not pre-register will have the option to purchase a race T-shirt the day of the event. Age categories in the 10K for males and females are: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60 and over. The course is challenging with both paved and dirt surfaces and rolling hills that provide views of Pennsylvania Grand Canyon country scenery.Medals will be awarded in several categories. Each Fun Run participant will receive a commemorative ribbon; the first, second and third place runners and overall youngest runner to cross the finish line in the Fun Run will each receive a small medal with a ribbon imprinted with “Laurel Festival Fun Run.”

The entry fee for the 10K is $25 and for the two-mile Fun Run/Walk is $5. Packet pick-up and registration for both the 10K and Fun Run will be from 7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. on race day in Packer Park. Those who register that day must pay the entry fee in cash or by check. Prior to race day, registrants can pay the entry fee with Visa or MasterCard.

Insta-Results will provide timing for the race and the Tioga County Amateur Radio Club will handle communications.

C&N and Weis Markets are providing free post-race refreshments to all runners.To register online or to print out a form to register for the 10K and Fun Run, go to the Wellsboro Area Chamber of Commerce website at www.wellsboropa.com. At the top of the page is the Laurel Festival 10K Foot Race banner with an orange Sign Up button. Click on it to get to the registration page. Those who want to sign up online should then click on the blue Sign Up button at the top of the page. Those who want to print out a copy of the registration form and mail it in should scroll down the page and under the words “Mail-in Registration” click on the pdf icon.   For more information about the 10K and Fun Run contact the chamber office at 570-724-1926, info@wellsboropa.com or stop in at 114 Main Street in Wellsboro.

June 2: Veterans Help—Kane

Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is again offering area veterans the opportunity to work with a representative from the American Legion to ensure they get the services and support they need.Due to changes initiated by the American Legion, appointments in the Bradford and Kane offices will be conducted virtually via a ablet.Appointments are required for meetings with the Legion representative, whether they are in person, by phone or by tablet. Services will be offered from 10am-1p at the Coudersport office, 107 S. Main Street.   Call 814-274-9769 to schedule an appointment. Assistance is available with issues such as compensation, education, pension, health care and death benefits. Veterans need not be a member of the American Legion to participate.

June 4: National Trails Day—Cameron County

Cameron County Chamber of Commerce continuing the yearly observance of National Trails Day.  Since 2010 volunteers have organized a hike for the first Saturday in June.  This year the 4.5 mile hike will begin on Sand Springs Trail and end at the chamber office on East Fourth Street in Emporium.  Participants will car pool to the start of the Sand Springs Trail beginning at 10am.  The trail in the Elk State Forest designated for cross country skiing will be updated over the next year according to Elk State Forest officials.  This is an opportunity to enjoy the trail before those updates are completed.The hike is free and the chamber office will accept RSVPs for the event.

June 4: Spaghetti dinner—Wellsboro

A spaghetti dinner will be held at the Wellsboro Moose Lodge from 3-7pm. Proceeds will benefit Mike Day who was in the 1-81 pileup. $9 plus a chance auction,

June 8: Veterans Help—Bradford

Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is again offering area veterans the opportunity to work with a representative from the American Legion to ensure they get the services and support they need.Due to changes initiated by the American Legion, appointments in the Bradford and Kane offices will be conducted virtually via a tablet. Appointments are required for meetings with the Legion representative, whether they are in person, by phone or by tablet. Services will be offered from 9am-1p at the    Bradford office: The Bradford office is located at 78 Main St., first floor.  Call 814-362-4400 to schedule an appointment. Assistance is available with issues such as compensation, education, pension, health care and death benefits. Veterans need not be a member of the American Legion to participate

June 8: Band Concert—Wellsboro

The almost famous Wellsboro Town Band will present a concert on the Green (in the high school auditorium if it rains). Free, but donations appreciated. Instrumentalists wanted. FMI:dmarimba@gmail.com or call 607.426.0420.

June 11-18:LAUREL FESTIVAL–Wellsboro

The 80th Pennsylvania State Laurel Festival to be held in Wellsboro. The week-long event will include a juried arts and crafts fair, queens pageant, pet parade, children’s health fair, and foot races, a gospel sing and several musical concerts, as well as the traditional two-hour Laurel Festival Parade everyone’s taste.

June 16-18:BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL–Cross Fork

Smoked Country Jam is The PA Wild’s Premier Bluegrass Festival, that each year brings together performers from every branch of the bluegrass tree. It will be held at Quiet Oaks Campground in Cross Fork.PA.Whether the music is traditional or progressive, Americana, old time or Roots, all are shared on the stage with one another. The festival showcases the past, present and future of this American-made music. Each year lineups of national and regional performers bring over 40 hours of music to two stages. The event features a 3-day Lupus Auction benefiting The Lupus Foundation of PA. There is a full schedule of bluegrass workshops, children activities, a beautiful vendor midway, and the Pennsylvania Heritage Songwriting Contest. The festival is both 4-wheeler and pet friendly. Rustic camping is included with all tickets. Camping with hookups is an additional cost, run through Quiet Oaks Campground. Smoked Country Jam is a member of the Wilds Cooperative of Pennsylvania (WCO) network. To learn more about the event or to inquire about vending, reach out via the “Contact” tab of their WCO profile here..

June 22: Band Concert—Wellsboro

The almost famous Wellsboro Town Band will present a concert on the Green (in the high school auditorium if it rains). Free, but donations appreciated. Instrumentalists wanted. FMI:dmarimba@gmail.com or call 607.426.0420.

June 25 & 26: ART IN THE WILDS ART SHOW–Kane

The 2022 Art in the Wilds show will be held in person from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, June 26, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., ​in Evergreen Park, Kane, Pennsylvania. Art in the Wilds is a juried Fine Art and Fine Craft Show located in Kane, a community located in the Allegheny National Forest & Surrounds landscape of the PA Wilds. To pre-register for a program, or for more information, please visit the online DCNR Calendar of Events at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov.  If you need assistance with online registration, please call the park office 814-647-8401 and dial 0 for the front desk.

June 25-27: Car & Motorcycle Show—James City

The Highland Township Recreation Association is sponsoring a Car & Motorcycle Show during James City Days, June 25th-27th. There will be Food, refreshments, cake and pie contest, along with carnival rides and fireworks.

June 29: Veterans Help—Kane

Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is again offering area veterans the opportunity to work with a representative from the American Legion to ensure they get the services and support they need.Due to changes initiated by the American Legion, appointments in the Bradford and Kane offices will be conducted virtually via a tablet. Appointments are required for meetings with the Legion representative, whether they are in person, by phone or by tablet. Services will be offered from 9 a.m. to noon. The Kane office is located at 55 Fraley St. Call 814-837-0880 to schedule an appointment. Assistance is available with issues such as compensation, education, pension, health care and death benefits. Veterans need not be a member of the American Legion to participate.

July 1-3: Weekend in the Wilds—Cameron County

Several new events have been added to Weekend in the Wilds.  Cameron County Chamber of Commerce announcesthe lineup which welcomes back some favorites and adds activities to make it a three-day event starting Friday July 1 and ending Sunday July 3.On Friday July 1 The First Presbyterian Church in Emporium opens its doors at 4pm to the Cameron County Quilters with a show featuring work from fabric artists in the county.  The dessert and ice cream social will return after a Covid-19 hiatus.  At Emporium Food Market car enthusiasts will gather starting at 2pm for a car show highlighting a children’s demolition derby at 6pm.  Car show awards will be announced at 7pm.  At dusk an outdoor movie will be shown behind the Emporium Food Market along West Creek Recreational Trail.Saturday July 2 vendor booths will open at 11am and close at 5pm.  This is later than usual due to the constant request from visitors that they arrive, and the booths are closed by early afternoon.  The gates open at Cameron County High School at 7pm for the fireworks which are set off at dusk.  Sunday July 3 a mud race will be held at noon at the Smoker’s Insane Terrain Offroad Park located minutes from Emporium.  Pickups, cars, side by sides will compete on a muddy track for the barrel race.  Many details continue to be finalized, but the weekend will be filled with food vendors, activities for children, artists, music, and of course the Firequacker Duck Derby.Anyone wishing more information can contact the Cameron County Chamber office at 814-486-4314.

 

July 13: Band Concert—Wellsboro

The almost famous Wellsboro Town Band will present a concert on the Green (in the high school auditorium if it rains). Free, but donations appreciated. Instrumentalists wanted. FMI:dmarimba@gmail.com or call 607.426.0420.

July 15-17:ELIOT NESS FEST–Coudersport

The Eliot Ness Fest is  one-of-a-kind festival that  celebrates the life and career of the famous lawman, who spent the final two years of his life in Coudersport. It is designed to both entertain and educate the public, while spotlighting the law enforcement community, reliving the Roaring ’20s with captivating activities and attractions, and drawing visitors to Potter County to join in on the fun. There will be street theatre, a speakeasy, flapper girls, antique cars, music, food, crafts, law enforcement tent, pancake breakfast and trial of Al Capone.

July 27: Band Concert—Wellsboro

The almost famous Wellsboro Town Band will present a concert on the Green (in the high school auditorium if it rains). Free, but donations appreciated. Instrumentalists wanted. FMI:dmarimba@gmail.com or call 607.426.0420.