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Your Guide to Arts Fest 2020’s Virtual Events Your Guide to Arts Fest 2020’s Virtual Events
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Colleen Nersten
Although the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts' usual festivities in downtown State College and on Penn State's campus were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, you can still celebrate the 54th annual festival virtually today through Sunday. [Read More]

How a Facebook Page Is Helping Concession Vendors Connect with Customers This Summer How a Facebook Page Is Helping Concession Vendors Connect with Customers This Summer
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Jenna Spinelle, Town&Gown
From Arts Fest to the Grange Fair, many of Centre County’s large festivals and events this summer have been canceled because of public health concerns surrounding COVID-19. One of the many consequences of the cancelations is that the county’s residents won’t have the same opportunity for funne [Read More]

My Highly Exclusive Shark-Free Swim Club My Highly Exclusive Shark-Free Swim Club
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
We decided to splurge on a membership in an exclusive swim club. How exclusive? Since we joined, we haven’t seen another soul. And the amenities are top-drawer: full bar, current issues of magazines, ready access to yummy snacks. The best part, though, was the membership fee: $50. [Read More]

Final Push Is on for 4th Fest Community Food Drive Final Push Is on for 4th Fest Community Food Drive
3 days ago - StateCollege.com
As the 4th Fest community food drive enters its final days, organizers are hoping to achieve a goal of 50,000 donated items. [Read More]

At 60: Much Accomplished, Much Still to Do At 60: Much Accomplished, Much Still to Do
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Joe Battista
At 60, you reach another milestone birthday that is supposed to make you feel different. In reality, this one does for me. But in a positive way. I am excited for all the possibilities that await (as long as I stay healthy) as I enter the fourth quarter or, in hockey terms, the 3rd period of my life [Read More]

Maine Bay & Berry Pushes Back Against Grubhub Adding Businesses Without Permission Maine Bay & Berry Pushes Back Against Grubhub Adding Businesses Without Permission
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Maine Bay & Berry offers limited delivery, and when the fresh seafood market and cafe in Lemont does deliver to customers, owners Shaun Knight and Christa Stofferahn handle it personally. So one can imagine their surprise when a man came in on June 25 to order a cooked lobster roll that wasn't bein [Read More]

Adventure Centre: As More People Look to the Outdoors for Entertainment, New Initiatives Enhance Area’s Standing as Recreation Hub Adventure Centre: As More People Look to the Outdoors for Entertainment, New Initiatives Enhance Area’s Standing as Recreation Hub
5 days ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso, Town&Gown
When longtime road cyclist and outdoor recreation enthusiast Josh Stapleton started mountain biking with his two children, he quickly realized that while there is a wonderful, extensive trail system in nearby Rothrock State Forest, there weren’t many places for beginners to learn the sport. [Read More]

Axemann Brewery Set to Open Next Week Axemann Brewery Set to Open Next Week
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Axemann Brewery in Bellefonte will at long last open its doors to the public next week. [Read More]

4th Fest Fireworks to Light Up All Corners of State College 4th Fest Fireworks to Light Up All Corners of State College
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
During a summer that is missing many of its celebrations and milestones, there will still be fireworks in the sky over the Centre Region on the Fourth of July, thanks to a huge effort by Central PA 4th Fest. [Read More]

Paving to Begin Next Week on North Atherton Street Paving to Begin Next Week on North Atherton Street
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Motorists will encounter lane restrictions and some temporary street closures as paving work begins on North Atherton Street next week. [Read More]

Chiropractor Roy Love: Making Great Adjustments to Local Causes Chiropractor Roy Love: Making Great Adjustments to Local Causes
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Bill Horlacher
Good Day Café was certainly the best place to meet Dr. Roy Love for coffee. After all, it was his idea to create this Strawberry Fields enterprise to provide jobs for adults with intellectual disabilities or mental health diagnoses. And he continues to be one of the café’s key boosters. [Read More]

Nature's Ways: The Common Day-Lily Brightens July Days Nature's Ways: The Common Day-Lily Brightens July Days
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Nale
Day-lilies are reaching full bloom and it is difficult to drive for more than a couple miles in any direction without seeing their bright orange blossoms. This sun-loving wildflower brightens up the roadsides during late June and July and it can be a good natural food. [Read More]

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