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Newsletter for May 23rd - May 30th
Volume 329
Entertainment Highlights

Opening this week:

Men in Black III

Chernobyl Diaries

Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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

A Beautiful Mess
5/25
10:30 pm
Arena

Table Ten
5/26
10:30 pm
Skeller

Nightcrawlers
5/26
10:30 pm
Cafe 210

Mr. Hand
5/26
10:30 pm
Saloon

Neil Simon's Rumors
thru 5/26
8:00 pm
Boal Barn Playhouse

The Royal Gilberts
5/25-26
7:30 pm
State Theatre

Todd Rundgren
5/27
7:00 pm
State Theatre

Black Moshannon 5/10K
5/26
8:00 am
Black Moshannon State Park

Boalsburg Memorial Day Run
5/28
8:30 am
Blue Spring Park

Spring Creek 5K
6/2
8:30 am
Millbrook Marsh

CRPR Dollar Days
5/26-28
10:00 am
Park Forest/Welch Pools

Boalsburg Fire Carnival
5/24-28
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Boalsburg

Disney's Mulan Jr.
5/31-6/1
7:30 pm
State Theatre

Black Moshannon Events

Noteworthy
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Happy Memorial Day

Summer is officially here! Boalsburg lays claim to being the birthplace of Memorial Day with observances dating back to 1864 and this weekend the town will be hosting a variety of activities. You will be able to see American and German WWII re-enactors and entertainment.  Boalsburg will also be hosting its annual Fire Carnival and parade, as well as the 148th Memorial Day Festival.  Find out more information and other events occurring at our Memorial Day guide here.

Other Interesting Events Community Calendar 
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Allegheny Mountain Region AACA Car Show

Local Regional Antique Automobile Club of America’s annual summer season kickoff event featuring many pre-war through modern classics on display Monday (5/28) throughout the grounds of the Pennsylvania Military Museum in Boalsburg. Fee for entry and general parking fee. 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m (more info)

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Local Headlines More News 

HEADLINES:

Giant Beer: The Northland Center Giant may not be selling beer by Memorial Day, but it has gotten one step closer. (No wine or liquor)

1.1 Million-Dollar Man: Ex-Penn State President Graham Spanier earned nearly $1.1 million in the 2011 fiscal year making him the third-highest paid president of a public university. (read)

Memorial Field: The challenge ahead for the SCASD Board of Directors is determining how to best accommodate its students and community members who use Memorial Field on a constant basis while staying within the budget. (Options)

Jury Selection: The Jerry Sandusky trial is set to start in a mere 13 days and the first step is the appointing of an impartial jury. Centre County Chief Public Defender David Crowley takes us through the process. (Sequestered?)

Finally: The Land Grant Trophy is back. The Big Ten released its 2015 and ’16 conference schedules and Michigan State is one of the Legends Division teams rotating on Penn State's schedule. (Who else?)

(All News)


This Week's COLUMNS:

Falling for Star Wars - Holly Swanson

A Drive for Volunteers - Jeff Byers

Heaven in Happy Valley - Mike the Mailman

O'Brien Epitomizes New Face of PSU Athletics - Mike Poorman

Farewell to the Woo People - Russell Frank

(Columnist Page)

Community Spotlight
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Trash to Treasure

Back to Beaver Stadium location this year. The 11th Annual Trash to Treasure Sale is set for next Saturday (June 2nd). $5 early bird 7:30am - 9:00am. Free Admission 9am-2pm. Parking in Stadium West - Enter Sale at Gate B. Penn State football memorabilia raffles and more. (more info)

Open Houses
May 27th, 2012 1:00pm - 3:00pm
May 27th, 2012 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Fun Fact of the Week
In 1968, Memorial Day was moved from its traditional May 30 date to the last Monday in May in order to ensure a three-day weekend.
Upcoming Events

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

PA Wilds Child Program - 6/16

Bellefonte Cruise - 6/15-17

Touch a Truck - 6/23

Summer's Best Music Fest - 6/30

Peanut Carnival - 7/26

Toad the Wet Sprocket - 7/27

AccuWeather.com More Weather 

Fri

High 50°F
Low 39°F

Mostly cloudy, a shower in the afternoon

Sat

High 48°F
Low 34°F

Mostly cloudy and windy with a shower

Sun

High 45°F
Low 32°F

Turning sunny, breezy and chilly

Mon

High 54°F
Low 37°F

Partly sunny and warmer

Tue

High 60°F
Low 45°F

Some sun

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