Newsletter for April 4th - April 11th
Everyone here at StateCollege.com would like to wish you a Happy Easter. Be sure to visit our Easter Guide, it has a list of Easter Egg Hunts, and other events happening around the area. Our Places of Worship page has a map of all local churches and our Community Calendar has a huge list of other events taking place in State College and the surrounding areas.
Wild About Animals
The 13th annual "Wild About Animals" event is this Saturday at the Ag
Arena from 10am-3pm. Among the events scheduled are a silent auction,
Easter games (with free prizes) in the children's section, educational
programs, pony rides and lots of interesting animals such as dogs, cats,
birds, reptiles, hawks, chickens, livestock and a camel.
For the Kids: Face painting, balloons, carnival games, crafts and free candy from the Easter Bunny! (more info)
Outside the Lines: ESPN's Outside the Lines released a detailed report, slamming
Gov. Tom Corbett and releasing Joe Paterno’s prepared statement from his
canceled Nov. 8 press conference.
Perjury Charges: The Commonwealth filed two documents that reaffirmed its case
against Tim Curley and Gary Schultz and asked the court not to dismiss
Redevelopment: An all-too similar song and dance played out during
Borough Council meeting when a rezoning request for 254 E. Beaver Ave.
brought out both those in support of and vehemently against redeveloping
the area. (read)
Starting QB: Paul Jones, for the first time since perhaps the spring of his true
freshman season in 2010, has a legitimate chance to win the starting
quarterback job. (read)
Capital Day: Capital Day provides student leaders with the opportunity to talk
one-on-one with legislators who make the major financial decisions that
affect the university – and with the drastic budget cuts this year. (read)
Exploration Day 2012
Mark your calendar. Exploration Day is a celebration of the spirit and opportunity of exploration and science at Penn State. The free event will take place next Saturday at the Park Forest Middle School. Come enjoy hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering and
math (STEM) that will surely inspire children and adults alike. (more info)
Any month that starts on a Sunday will have a Friday the 13th in it.
Sunshine, very warm and pleasant
A shower and t-storm around; not as warm
An a.m. shower; otherwise, mostly cloudy
Partly sunny and nice
Sunshine and very warm
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