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Newsletter for March 9th - March 16th
Volume 266
Entertainment Highlights

Battle: Los Angeles

Red Riding Hood

Mars Needs Moms 3D

Cedar Rapids

Visit's Movie Section!

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

10:30 pm

Denny Peters
8:30 pm

Bluegrass Extravagancy!
7:30 pm
Elk Creek Aleworks

Josh Corcrin
9:00 pm

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

Menotti Opera Festival
click for times
State Theatre

Oscar Shorts
click for times
State Theatre

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

PSU Men's Volleyball v Ball St.
7:00 pm
Rec Hall

Shaver's Creek Walk
10:00 am
Shaver's Creek Environmental Center

Build a Yarn Doll
10:00 am

Build Shoot Around Basketball
10:00 am

The Wizard of Oz
4, 7 and 9:30 pm
State Theatre

Stories Alive
11:00 am
Schlow Library


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, this weeekendMarch 11-13 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)

Other Interesting Events Community Calendar 

March Madness at BJC

Penn State has been selected as one of 16 universities to host the 2011 NCAA Women's Basketball Championship First and Second Round games. The games will take place March 19th and 21st, 2011. Single session tickets are only $15/adult, $10 youth/student. Full session and group tickets are also available. (more info)

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Local Headlines More News 

Corbett's Vision: State Sen. Jake Corman, has major concerns for state higher-education funding but thinks it's important that lawmakers hear "all visions" for the budget category. (read)

Deep CutsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed budget for 2011-2012 would cut state funding for Penn State roughly in half, to $165.1 million. (read)

Immortal World Tour Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, put on by Cirque du Soleil, will come to the Bryce Jordan Center on April 24, 2012. (read)

State Patty Impact: State College borough is putting together a comprehensive report on the local effects of State Patty's Day -- and not just its drawbacks. (read)

E. Beaver Site: As the former Kappa Sigma fraternity house continues to sit largely unused, State College borough plans to talk with its owner about possible non-student-housing uses. (view)

BIg Ten Champs: The Penn State wrestling team has captured its first Big Ten championship, earning the honor over runner-up Iowa. (read)

CBICC Awards: The CBICC Small Business of the Year Award went to Otto's Pub and Brewery. Eight other businesses and leaders were honored. (read)

(all News)

Community Spotlight

Charter Day

This Sunday, March 14 there will be Free Admission to the Pennsylvania Military Museum in Boalsburg and other select Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission sites to commemorate the granting of the Charter from Charles II to William Penn which founded “Penn’s Woods” in 1681. Charter Day Sunday is Noon until 4:00pm. (more Info)

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

Open Houses
March 13th, 2011 12:00pm - 2:00pm
March 13th, 2011 12:30pm - 2:30pm
March 13th, 2011 11:00am - 1:00pm
March 13th, 2011 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Fun Fact of the Week
Which Big10 school has never been featured in the history of the NCAA tournament?
1. Northwestern
2. Minnesota
3. Iowa
4. Penn State
Last week's answer:
Nightmare on Elm St.- What was the first film role for Johnny Depp? More Weather 


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