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Old 11-17-2007, 10:14 PM
 
Location: Shohola, PA
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Ok, where did those posts go that listed all the stuff going on over the next month? I got grief tonight b/c I didn't tell hubby about the parades in Scranton or W-B. He says "we could have taken the kids".

So, I figure I'd better get that list ready for the next few weekends.....

Can someone make those posts sticky at the top?

Thanks!!!
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Old 11-18-2007, 12:53 PM
 
Location: Sunshine N'Blue Skies
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Ok, where did those posts go that listed all the stuff going on over the next month? I got grief tonight b/c I didn't tell hubby about the parades in Scranton or W-B. He says "we could have taken the kids".

So, I figure I'd better get that list ready for the next few weekends.....

Can someone make those posts sticky at the top?

Thanks!!!
I am really bad at moving anything, anywhere
But, some of the things "to do" are under my postings........
Summering. So you can look up under my name, then the postings.
SWB did some things.......about the parade I think.
And......Someone else had posted also.......so yes, it would be great.
If we can find someone to do that. Because there is a lot of things coming up.That parade was fantastic, those balloons looked like New Yorks Thanksgiving Parade. GREAT JOB to Scranton on that. It gets better every year I think. There are quite a few festivals and downtown functions coming up.............in the near future!
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Old 11-21-2007, 07:10 AM
 
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Here's an article that was posted on The News Eagle's website:

REGION - With Christmas right around the corner, many Towns and Boroughs will be having their Christmas Tree or Christmas Star lightings planned.

Here are some local Lightings for families to attend:

- Honesdale For the Holidays, Friday, November 23, 6 pm, the Santa parade begins, followed by Central Park tree lighting, Main St., Honesdale.


- Capitol Christmas Tree Welcoming, Friday, November 23, from 4 pm - 6 pm, in Milford. The tree will be parked on Catharine Street between Broad and Fourth. The Vermont Store truck will be on High Street. The antique sleigh and horse will be at the Columns Museum. Other trucks will be parked throughout the borough. The guest speakers, music and other events will take place at Broad and Catharine.

- The Third Annual Holiday Tree Lighting in Hamlin is scheduled for Saturday, November 24, at Pennstar Bank in Hamlin Corners at 6 pm. Sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary SSG. Paul A. Sweeney Memorial Unit 807, Pennstar Bank of Hamlin, Weis Market, and the Southern Wayne Chamber of Commerce.

- Hawley's Winterfest will kick off Dec. 6 with an opening Ceremony in Hawley's Bingham Park. Entertainment, events and activities for all ages continue throughout Saturday, December 8 and Sunday, December 9 in Hawley.



- The Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's lighting of its "Love Lites" will be Monday, December 10, 6:30 pm in front of the Hospital, Route 6, Honesdale. The trees will be lit symbolically to honor or in memory of loved ones. All donors will be listed in a Book of Remembrance in the Hospital Lobby following the ceremony for all to view during the Holiday Season.

In other parts of our region you can go to:

- The Scranton Holiday Light Show will be lit on, Friday, November 23, from 5 pm to 10 pm, now through December 30, in Nay Aug Park, Mulberry St., Scranton. Sponsored by the Scranton Municipal Recreation Authority.



- Holiday Tree Lighting, Friday, November 23, at 5:30 pm, in the Olde Lafayette Village, Lafayette, NJ.

- Tree Lighting In Courthouse Square, Friday, November 23, from 6 - 7 pm, in downtown Stroudsburg.

Web note: Questions or comments about this article should be directed to news@neagle.com.
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Old 11-21-2007, 08:10 PM
 
Location: Sunshine N'Blue Skies
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Everyone have a great Turkey Weekend.........
My company is for tomorrow.........I finally got the bird to release its "gizzards"......
YIKES.........What a fight to the finish......
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT.........SUMMERING
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