Newsletter for April 28th - May 5th
First Thursday State College will feature three acts on the Allen Street
Stage on May 6 as part of the First Thursday Concert
Series. Performances will begin at 6:45 pm. Headlining will be national indie act Matt Pond PA, with opening acts
Bobby Long, and the Kallob Griffin Band (KGB). Parking Downtown is FREE. and all events are open to the public. (complete list of events)
2010 Central PA Orchid Show
The Snider Agricultural Arena will be blooming this weekend with the Central Pennsylvania Orchid Society Orchid Show. The show will be open to the public on Saturday from 1-8 PM, and on Sunday from 10-5 PM. (more info)
State College Board to Revisit State High Plans by Adam Smeltz
The State College school board may soon restart community discussions
about the future of the State High campus on Westerly Parkway. They are expected to decide how improvements to the high school should be
prioritized among other capital needs in the district, including
overhauls for the elementary schools...Read
Prince’s Perfectly Particularly Preposterous Party
Tempest Productions is pleased to offer the second annual Journey coming
to Downtown Bellefonte this Saturday! All participants, both young and old, will
journey into the Faery Tale Kingdom as they prepare to go to the
Prince’s Perfectly Particularly Preposterous Party at Talleyrand Park. Become a pirate, a
prince, a princess, a parrot or any other character in your wildest
imagination as you walk throughout Bellefonte visiting specific
locations marked on your “Party Card”. The Party is designed for all ages and is FREE! (more info here)
Where was the first baseball stadium built?
2. New york
Last week's answer:
500-How many people were at the first Blue-White game in 1951?
A snow shower in the a.m.; windy, colder
Morning flurries; clouds and sun, cold
Cloudy, cold; a snow shower in the p.m.
A.M. snow showers; some sun, then clouds
A bit of snow and rain in the afternoon
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