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Community Spotlight: AAUW Offering Books to Nonprofits Community Spotlight: AAUW Offering Books to Nonprofits
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com
Thousands of other books are available for donation to Centre County nonprofit groups. Categories include art, biography, cookbooks, many categories of textbooks, fiction, mysteries and more. [Read More]

With Some Creativity, Centre County Breweries Hold Their Own During Pandemic With Some Creativity, Centre County Breweries Hold Their Own During Pandemic
17 hours ago - StateCollege.com - David Pencek, Town&Gown
Axemann Brewery, one of Centre County’s newest breweries, was hoping to open the doors to its taproom this spring in Bellefonte. All of its plans changed when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. [Read More]

Ridgelines Language Arts Offering Pen Pal Program for Centre Crest Residents Ridgelines Language Arts Offering Pen Pal Program for Centre Crest Residents
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com staff
Ridgelines Language Arts, a local non-profit that provides expert language arts instruction for some of the most marginalized people in our community, is changing up some of its programs at Centre Crest Nursing Home. [Read More]

Jana Marie Foundation Set to Host Online Five-Week Camp for Teens Jana Marie Foundation Set to Host Online Five-Week Camp for Teens
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
The Jana Marie Foundation is looking to enliven the summer for teens with online programs, as well as the program's first ever summer camp program. [Read More]

Schlow Centre Region Library Offering Slate of Virtual Summer Events Schlow Centre Region Library Offering Slate of Virtual Summer Events
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Schlow Centre Region Library is planning on a summer of reading, speakers and discussion with a busy schedule slated for virtual platforms over the coming months [Read More]

SCASD to Premiere Virtual Music Showcase SCASD to Premiere Virtual Music Showcase
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
State College Area School District will premiere its Virtual Music Showcase on Friday, showcasing talented musicians from throughout the district. [Read More]

Members of Centre County's Class of 2020 Lost Some Rites of Passage, but Found Positive Lessons Amid the Disappointment Members of Centre County's Class of 2020 Lost Some Rites of Passage, but Found Positive Lessons Amid the Disappointment
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Karen Walker, Town&Gown
Senior class trips. Prom. Senior skip days. Banquets and awards. Graduation ceremonies. These are all rites of passage for most teenagers during the spring of 12th grade – traditions many look forward to for years. But when a global pandemic brought the in-person school year to an abrupt end in Ma [Read More]

Arts Fest Will Take Place Virtually, but Collectible Poster Tradition Continues Arts Fest Will Take Place Virtually, but Collectible Poster Tradition Continues
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is turning to virtual events this year instead of the in-person event that draws 125,000 people to State College every July. But one decades-long tradition continues unabated. [Read More]

Senior Centers Are Working to Keep People Connected Senior Centers Are Working to Keep People Connected
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Before COVID-19, the six Centre County senior centers were a place for older adults to get together and spend some time with each other. Many who regularly attended thought of each other as “family.” [Read More]

Nature’s Ways: The Baltimore Oriole — The Feathered 'Campfire' Nature’s Ways: The Baltimore Oriole — The Feathered 'Campfire'
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Nale
A splash of orange and black and a cheerful, flute-like song repeated over and over from a treetop would be good indicators that a Baltimore oriole is nesting nearby. Mature male Baltimore orioles, the singers, are certainly a sight to behold. [Read More]

Zagster Ends Bike-Share Service at Penn State, State College Zagster Ends Bike-Share Service at Penn State, State College
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Colleen Nersten
Penn State’s on-campus bike-share service, Zagster, announced Monday it is permanently suspending operations nationwide as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]

Farmers Market Subscription Service Offers New Way to Get Farm-Fresh Food and Local Goods Farmers Market Subscription Service Offers New Way to Get Farm-Fresh Food and Local Goods
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle
A new offering from Centre Markets, the North Atherton Farmers Market and Taproot Kitchen allows Centre County residents to enjoy farm-fresh, locally-grown produce and other products while social distancing. [Read More]

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