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Company features dancers in the water Company features dancers in the water
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — “Upstream,” a unique dance in the waters of Spring Creek, will be performed at noon and 1:30 p.m. Saturday, July 11, and Sunday, July 12, near Pavilion No. 2 at Spring Creek Park in State College. “Upstream” is choreographed by Jenny Roe Sawyer and [Read More]
Penn State professor premieres poems at Poe Museum Penn State professor premieres poems at Poe Museum
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Charles Cantalupo, a distinguished professor of English, comparative literature and African studies at Penn State, spent years traveling to and researching the cities where one of America’s greatest writers, Edgar Allan Poe, lived throughout his life. In writing [Read More]
International Belly Dancing Star to Perform in State College International Belly Dancing Star to Perform in State College
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
"In my opinion, belly dance is not meant to be seen in a theater, but in an intimate setting such as a nightclub, wedding or party," Farid says. "The dancer needs to be able to interact with the guests, to create something spontaneous and organic." [Read More]
Sports bulletin board Sports bulletin board
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Penn United offers summer soccer camps STATE COLLEGE — Are you ready for a soccer-filled summer? Penn United Soccer Academy is now accepting registrations for its residential and day camps and the ever-popular three vs. three “Friday Night Lights.” From a preschooler just [Read More]
Vonada set to perform at South Hills picnic series Vonada set to perform at South Hills picnic series
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — South Hills School of Business and Technology's third event of its 2015 Music Picnic Series will be held on Sunday, June 21. Free entertainment will begin at 6 p.m. on the north lawn with the Jay Vonada Quartet. The Jay Vonada Quartet encourages couples to dance to its [Read More]
Mount Nittany Medical Center Now Offering a Cord Blood Donation Program Mount Nittany Medical Center Now Offering a Cord Blood Donation Program
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Cord blood is used to help treat cancers such as leukemia or lymphoma, life-threatening blood disorders, and more. One of the biggest benefits of cord blood is the fact that it does not have to be a direct match with the recipient's tissue type. [Read More]
Community invited to kick off for Heart and Stroke Walk Community invited to kick off for Heart and Stroke Walk
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The American Heart Association invites the community to attend a special kick-off party and information session on the 2015 Centre County Heart and Stroke Walk on Tuesday, July 14, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Mount Nittany Health System, 1800 E. Park Ave. The event will introduce [Read More]
Precautions, Preparations Help Pa. Brace for Potential Avian Flu Threat Precautions, Preparations Help Pa. Brace for Potential Avian Flu Threat
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Nationwide, about 45 million birds — most from commercial egg and turkey farms — have died in the current outbreak. "These plans are like having a fire extinguisher," Martin says. "You hope you never have to use it, but if you need it, you're awfully glad you have it." [Read More]
BookFestPA Now Features Comics BookFestPA Now Features Comics
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Part comic con, part literary festival, this year's BookFestPA will have something to delight comic book fans of all interests and ages. More than a dozen comic book writers and illustrators will showcase the graphic novels, illustrations, trading cards and other products. [Read More]
Hodge Farm to be Focus of Project Hodge Farm to be Focus of Project
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
The farm was donated in 2003 as an agricultural easement by the late Hugh and Barbara Hodge, State College High School teachers. It was the first easement granted to the Centre County Farmland Trust. [Read More]
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