Sunday, November 16, 2014

Schuylkill County Events for Week Ending November 22nd

Check out this week's listing of upcoming events from in and around Schuylkill County
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**Earlier events from this week have been removed


Wednesday, November 19th –

Wednesday, November 19th – FREE SOUP & SANDWICH LUNCH – 11am-1pm, Zion’s Reformed United Church of Christ, 2400 Centre St., Ashland.

Wednesday, November 19th – TAMAQUA AREA COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP 20TH ANNIVERSARY – 6pm, Tamaqua Community Art Center, 125 Pine St., Tamaqua. Call 570-668-6899.

Thursday, November 20th – 

Thursday, November 20th – REGISTRATION FOR CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY – 5-7pm, Thursday and 1-4pm Saturday. Janet Eich Library, Pike St., Port Carbon. For Port Carbon children ages 12 and under.

Thursday, November 20th – START, BUILD AND GROW YOUR BUSINESS – Noon, Pottsville Free Public Library, 215 W. Market St., Pottsville. Websites and social media, Sponsored by PADCO, Free. Call 570-628-4647 for more information.

Friday, November 21st –

Friday, November 21st – DINNER – 4-7pm, Pine Grove Masonic Lodge, 23 Oak Grove Rd., Pine Grove. Steak, fish, grilled ham & pork chops. Cost $11, child platters available. For takeout, call 570-345-0165.

Friday, November 21st – A NIGHT AT THE WAX MUSEUM – 7pm today and Saturday, Mahanoy Area Educational Complex Auditorium, 1 Golden Bear Drive, Mahanoy City. Presented by Mahanoy Area High School Theatre Arts Club. Advance tickets $5, at the door $7, call 570-773-3443 ext. 4014 for tickets.

Friday, November 21st – JAY SMAR, FOLK SINGER – 6:30pm, Tamaqua Community Arts Center, 125 Pine St., Tamaqua. Adults $10, seniors and children under 12 $6. For tickets, call 570-668-1192.

Friday, November 21st – ARTHUR MILLER’S “THE CRUCIBLE” – 7pm today and Saturday, doors open at 6pm, Tamaqua Area School District auditorium. Presented by Tamaqua Area Drama Club. Adults $10, Students $8, show not appropriate for children 12 and under.

Saturday, November 22nd –

Saturday, November 22nd – CHRISTMAS BAZAAR – 9am-2pm, First United Methodist Church, Pine & Washington Sts., Port Carbon. Lunch available from 11am-1:30pm, Vendors and Crafters available for your Christmas shopping needs. Everyone who attends enters to win door prizes, no purchase necessary.

Saturday, November 22nd – ANNUAL FALL BLOCK SHOOT – Noon-5pm, Cressona Fire Co. No. 1, 59 S. 2nd St., Cressona. Block shoot for turkey or ham, cost $5.

Saturday, November 22nd – ANNUAL FRACKVILLE ELKS HOOP SHOOT FREE THROW CONTEST – Registration at 8am, competition starts at 9am, Frackville Borough building, 42 S. Centre St., Frackville. Open to boys and girls ages 8-13. Visit for more details.

Saturday, November 22nd – CHRISTMAS BAZAAR – 8am-1pm, St. Mary Catholic Church, 94 Walnut Rd., Hamburg. Sponsored by Women’s Guild.

Saturday, November 22nd – CONCERT SERIES – 7pm, St. Mary Church of Branchdale, State Road, Branchdale. Michael Kuhnert, organ, Jack Schwartz, piano, performing biano and organ duets with hymns. Cost $10 at the door and $10 for dinner. Saturday, November 22nd – FALL FOOD AND BAKE SALE – 9am-sellout, St. Michael Orthodox Church social hall, 110 N. Morris St., St. Clair. Food includes homemade halupkies and halushkie. Call 570-429-2138.

Saturday, November 22nd – GROCERY BINGO – 4:30pm, Porter Tower Lions Club, 517 W. Grand Ave., Tower City. Cost $20, sponsored by Central PA X-Plosion 12U Girls Softball Team.

Saturday, November 22nd – VENDOR AND CRAFT FAIR – 10am-7pm, Fairlane Village Mall. Benefits Hillside SPCA. Call 570-462-0194.

Saturday, November 22nd – WING NIGHT – 5-8pm, West End Hose Co., 1219 W. Market St., Pottsville. Eat in or take out, call 570-622-5770.

Saturday, November 22nd – HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE – 10am-5pm, Serendipity Gifts with Meaning, 1755 W. Market St., Pottsville. Light refreshments, $100 Gift Basket Giveaway, Free Gift Wrapping.

Saturday, November 22nd – HOLIDAY VENDOR & CRAFT SHOW – 1-6pm, Tamaqua Community Art Center, 125 Pine St., Tamaqua. Benefits the American Cancer Society. Variety of vendors & crafters, psychic readings, raffle, baked goods, food, 2 live musical shows and more.

Saturday, November 22nd - 2ND ANNUAL GUZ’S CHRISTMAS PROJECT – 3-6pm, Barefield Recreation Complex, Pottsville. This year “Guz’s 2nd Annual Christmas Project” will benefit both the Hillside SPCA and Ruth Steinert Memorial SPCA. We will deliver the items to both shelters close to Christmas. We are hosting drop-off event so that anyone who is able to help can drop their donations off at the event and gather for light snacks and refreshments in honor of David’s birthday. There will also be drop off boxes at various locations for those of you who cannot make the event at Barefield. Drop-off locations: Williamson, Friedburg & Jones in Pottsville, Studio 16 Salon, Kreitzer Sanitation (Frackville), Agway (Cressona), Fanelli, Evans & Patel, Perception Training Center, Pottsville Area School District, Penn State Schuylkill, Assumption BVM School, First Friends, Sasha's Canine Bakery, Seltzer Insurance, S&J Gift Outlet, First Friends Daycare, SAPA, Minersville Police Dept., Fellows & Smink Dental Associates and the Mahoning Valley Animal Hospital. If you have a photography session with the wonderful, Stesha Caddy, between now (October) and when we pick up in December, you can take a donation item to your session!! If anyone is interested in hosting a drop-off box for the event please contact Samantha Cody Chivinski, Lori Guzick or Mary Catherine Guzick. We will pick the items up as we get closer to Christmas. If you can help, the following items would be greatly appreciated: Hillside SPCA - Dry & Wet cat and dog food, Small animal food (rabbits, rats, etc.), Laundry detergent, Disinfectant wipes and sprays, Paper products, buckets, brooms, Blankets, towels, Dog & cat treats, Collars of all sizes, First aid supplies, Dish soap, Dog & cat toys and beds, Office supplies (pens, printer paper, white out, etc.). An account is set up (Joe’s Fund) for medical expenses for anyone interested in making monetary donations.

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