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Newsletter for March 2nd - March 9th
Volume 265
Entertainment Highlights


The Adjustment Bureau

Take Me Home Tonight


Visit's Movie Section!

Grab dinner and a movie. Visit's Dining Guide for dining suggestions, user ratings, menus and more!

10:30 pm

10:00 pm

Genghis Gyekis
8:00 pm
Elk Creek Aleworks

Mr. Hand
10:30 pm

Another Year
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State Theatre

NVS/Art Alliance Fundraiser
2:00 pm
Foxdale Village Auditorium

Menotti Opera Festival
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State Theatre

PSU Women Gymnastics
7:00 pm
Rec Hall

PSU Men Lacrosse v Ohio St.
1:30 pm
Jeffrey Field

PSU Women Lacrosse v Del.
12:00 pm
Jeffrey Field

Build #20 Race Car
9:00 am
Home Depot

Build a Yarn Doll
10:00 am

Build Shoot Around Basketball
10:00 am


State College Spring Break

Next week is Spring Break for students (and families) here in State College. So where is everyone going? We caught up with a few students to find out. Whether you're headed somewhere tropical or living vicariously through others, our Spring Break poll and video will temporarily cure your winter doldrums. And just because you're staying in State College doesn't mean you can't get away for a day or two. We have you covered with a few State College "stay-cation" ideas. (visit guide)

Other Interesting Events Community Calendar 

Central PA 2011 Home Show

Investing in your home is always a stressful decision. The Builders Association of Central PA helps to make it easier by bringing together all of the professionals under one roof. Get inspired to build, remodel, renovate, or redecorate by visiting the 27th Annual Central PA Home Show, March 11, 12, and 13 at the Bryce Jordan Center. FREE how-to seminars will run throughout the weekend along with daily door prizes. Don't miss this opportunity to talk with the best home professionals of Central PA. (more info)

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Local Headlines More News 

PSU Seats: At least four Penn State alumni plan to run this year for three alumni-controlled seats on the university Board of Trustees. (read)

More Debt for Memorial Field: The State College Area school board may soon decide whether to take on new debt for part of the Memorial Field overhaul. (read)

State Patty's Day Totals State Patty's Day 2011 was indeed the busiest State Patty's yet for State College police, who made 234 criminal arrests over the drinking-holiday weekend. (read)

CATA Cuts: A dreary financial outlook is likely to mean more public-transit service reductions for the Centre Area Transportation Authority. (read)

Pink Zone Photo Essay: More than 350 breast-cancer survivors attended the Pink Zone at Penn State game. Patricia Collins shares her thoughts and pictures. (view)

Talor Battle, PSU's Best Ever: Savor Talor Battle, Penn State fans. "You'll probably never watch a better career in blue and white than the one Battle is about to wrap up." (read)

Karl Rove at Penn State: For the first time in modern history, the U.S. Republican Party does not yet have a front-runner for the next GOP presidential nomination, says Karl Rove. (read)

(all News)

Community Spotlight

Chocolate Festival

Philipsburg Main Street Program Promotion Committee is planning the 9th Annual Chocolate Fest to be held this Saturday at Bock’s Dining and Tea Room in Historic Downtown Philipsburg. Festivities will be open to the public for a $3.00 admission fee from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Come spend a couple of hours enjoying the world’s favorite taste: CHOCOLATE ! (more info)

Open Houses
March 6th, 2011 1:00pm - 3:00pm
March 6th, 2011 1:00pm - 3:00pm
March 6th, 2011 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Fun Fact of the Week
What was the first film role for Johnny Depp?
1. Nightmare on Elm St.
2. Platoon
3. Cry-Baby
4. Rango
Last week's answer:
Fast Times at Ridgemont High - Nicolas Cage's first film role was in what movie?
Upcoming Events

Just a few upcoming events.  Post and see other events on our Community Calendar.

The Color Purple 3/22-23

Maple Harvest Festival 3/26-27

Blue-White Game 4/16

AAUW Used Book Sale - 5/7-10 More Weather 


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