The 125th anniversary celebration of the Bloomsburg Public Library’s charter continues today. At 10:00 AM there will be Irish music and a special program for leprechaun-hunters. Renowned leprechaun expert Hal Pratt will instruct your good listeners age three and up in all they’ll need to know to identify, find, catch—and hold onto—those gold-hoarding little elves. Vicki Radel, teacher and dance expert, will give everyone a chance to Riverdance. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The Library is on Market Street in Bloomsburg.
Grace Bible Church in Catawissa is holding a Ladies' Spring Brunch this morning from 10 AM - Noon. The brunch will feature guest speaker Denise Bosworth, and music provided by Lydia Young and Abigal Inns. The church is on McIntyre Road in Catawissa.
The Central Columbia Band Boosters will be holding their annual Basket Bonanza fundraiser today in the school Gymnasium on Old Berwick Road. Doors open at 1 PM - drawings start at 3 PM. Prizes have been donated by local businesses, and includes a Keureg coffee machine.
The Bloomsburg High School sudents will present Grease, their 2014 spring musical this weekend. Showtimes are at 1 PM this afternoon and 7:30 PM this evening Tickets are just $10. Call the school box office at 570-784-6100 ext. 6731 to reserve your seat now!
Experience the thrilling intrigue of The 39 Steps at BTE starting this week. The show is an adaptation of the novel by John Buchan and the film by Alfred Hitchcock. The 39 Stepsisfull of inventive staging, mistaken identity, punny coincidences, and an unforgettable race to discover the central secret: just what are the 39 steps? The show runs through March 26th. For tickets and information, check out BTE under Our Partners at the top of the page.
You can help out the kidsburg rebuilding project this Sunday by dining out at the Turkey Hill Brewing Company on Central Road in Bloomsburg. From 4 - 9 PM dining proceeds at the restaraunt will benefit Kidsburg. For questions, call 570-387-8422.
You can hear the details from Saturday's basketball playoff action in the WHLM Weekend Wrap-Up:
BU Women's Basketball
The Huskies ended their PSAC tournament run Saturday afternoon as they fell to Gannon 57-51. BU will likely be in the NCAA playoffs. That schedule will be announced on Sunday night.
High School Basketball
The unbeaten Millville girls defeated Upper Dauphin at the Whitey MCloskey Center in Danville by a score of 56-33. They go on to face Philmont Christian Academy on Wednesday at a place and time to be determined.
The Danville girls play Scranton Prep Saturday night at 7:30 at Marywood University in Scranton.