Nittany Mall Bridal Gala
The Nittany Mall in State College will host a day-long Bridal Gala March
2nd. The Bridal Gala will feature a mock reception room featuring table
displays, a DJ set-up, bouquets & flower arrangements, wedding photography
albums, and food samples. Information from vendors will be available throughout
the mall and in the mock reception area. Vendor groups include photographers,
disc jockey services, videographers, bridal shops, florists, jewelers, and
limousine services. Starting at 11:30 a.m. there will be dance demonstrations
and several fashion shows on the mall's center stage. For more information and a
schedule of shows at center stage, visit the Nittany Mall's website.
Sunday, March 2nd
Women Hold Up Half The Sky
The State Theatre
The performance is a tribute to Black History & Womens History Month. Tickets are $10/ adult and only $3 for Penn State students.
Tuesday, March 4th
Habitat For Humanity All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Faith United Church of Christ - 300 East College Avenue
The Penn State Chapter will host the dinner. Dinners are $5/person. Proceeds from the dinner will go towards the chapter's goal of raising $60,000 to build a completely student-funded Habitat home in State College.
Centre Region Parks & Recreation Discounted Ski Lift Tickets
Centre Region Parks & Recreation is once again offering discounted ski lift tickets to area residents through the end of March. This year, 13 ski resorts in Pennsylvania are participating in the discounted pricing program, including Blue Knob & Seven Springs. The discounted ski vouchers are limited and are available on a first come, first serve basis. For a complete list of participating ski resorts and prices, visit CRPR's website.
Win Walking With Dinosaurs Tickets!
Visit StateCollege.com's Contest Page for a chance to win a Meet & Greet with Three Days Grace, Seether & Breaking Benjamin April 1st at the Bryce Jordan Center!
How many dancers participated in THON 2008 at the Bryce Jordan Center this past weekend?
Last week's answer:
c. $5.2 million