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Newsletter for March 21st - March 28th
Volume 320
Entertainment Highlights

Opening this week:

The Hunger Games

Coming next week:

Wrath of the Titans

Visit StateCollege.com's Movie Section!

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

Chris Good
3/23
9:00 pm
Autoport

Ultra Kings
3/24
10:00 pm
Darkhorse

Velveeta
3/24
10:00 pm
Arena

Green Eggs
3/24
10:30 pm
Cafe 210

Brentano String Quartet
3/23
7:30 pm
Schwab Auditorium

The Drowsy Chaperone
3/29-7:00 pm
3/30-31-8:00 pm
4/1-2:00 pm
SCHS North Auditorium

The Magic Schoolbus Live
4/1
2:00 pm
Eisenhower Auditorium

PSU Baseball vs Indiana
3/23-6:05 pm
3/24-2:05 pm
3/25-1:05 pm
Medlar Field

Spikes National Anthem/Mascot Tryouts
3/31
10:00 am
Nittany Mall

April Fools 5K
4/1
10:00 am
Medlar Field

Salute to the Military Child Family Fun Fair
3/25
1:00 pm
Snider Ag Arena

Visit Easter Bunny
Thru 4/7
Click for times
Nittany Mall

Mineral Junior Education Day
3/31
Register now
Earth & Mineral Sciences

Noteworthy
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PIAA Championships

The PIAA Basketball Championships return to Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center this Friday and Saturday.  There will be four Finals games Friday and 4 Saturday (A-AAAA Girls' and Boys') Don’t miss the action as the state’s best high school boys and girls basketball teams converge at the Bryce Jordan Center this weekend. (more info)

Other Interesting Events Community Calendar 
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Maple Harvest Festival and Pancake Buffet at Shaver's Creek

Enjoy a Pancake Breakfast and learn how the syrup is made this weekend at Shaver's Creek.  Activities include learning how to identify and tap maple trees, seeing the process of turning sap into syrup, hearing live music, seeing live birds of prey and, of course, eating all-you-can-eat pancakes and maple syrup.  (more info)

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Local Headlines More News 

HEADLINES:

More RecruitsWith a quarterback already in the fold for the recruiting Class of 2013, Penn State Coach Bill O’Brien and running backs Coach Charles London have turned their focus toward landing David Williams, a high-profile running back. (read)

Expenses Covered: Penn State employees subpoenaed as part of the state investigation into Jerry Sandusky will have legal expenses reimbursed through university insurance. (read)

Sandusky Update: Judge John M. Cleland ruled the Commonwealth is not required to provide the Sandusky defense team with any drug or alcohol violations wrought by the alleged victims of the child sex abuse scandal. (read)

Paterno Way: A public hearing on the proposed renaming of Park Avenue for Joe Paterno is tentatively scheduled for September. (read)

PSU Trustees: Penn State has released online the position statements of 86 candidates for its Board of Trustees. (read)

Passed Out DUI: A man celebrating his 21st birthday was found passed out behind the wheel early morning in College Township. (read)

(All News)


Community Spotlight
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Spring Fling Rummage Sale

This Saturday, The Penn State Dairy Science Club hosts the 15th Annual BBBS & YSB Programming Spring Fling Rummage Sale at the PSU Ag Arena from 7:30am to 2pm. For $5, early birds can enter the sale for 30 minutes prior to the doors opening to the general public to search for the best finds. Donations of gently used, good condition items are accepted two days before the sale at the Ag Arena. (more info)

Open Houses
March 25th, 2012 12:00pm - 3:00pm
March 25th, 2012 2:30pm - 4:00pm
March 25th, 2012 12:00pm - 2:00pm
March 25th, 2012 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Fun Fact of the Week
The fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth is called Arachibutyrophobia.
Upcoming Events

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

Relay for Life - 3/31

International Children's Festival - 3/31

Young Frankenstein - 4/11

Blue-White Weekend - 4/20-22

Women in The Wilds - 5/12

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - 5/20

AccuWeather.com More Weather 

Fri

High 58°F
Low 40°F

Some sunshine giving way to clouds

Sat

High 62°F
Low 35°F

Sunny much of the time

Sun

High 64°F
Low 39°F

Mostly sunny

Mon

High 70°F
Low 47°F

Partly sunny, nice and warm

Tue

High 64°F
Low 44°F

Mostly cloudy with showers

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