Scranton Tomorrow presents a series of family friendly films on the square. Children's activities start at 8 p.m. Movies will be screend at "dusk." Schedule of films include: July 10: Frozen. July 24: Despicable Me 2. Aug. 7: TBA. Films will be screened at the Elm Park United Methodist Church on Linden Street in the event of rain.
This 13th annual concert of acoustic folk music features performances by numerous regional singer/songwriters including including Tom Flannery, Lorne Clarke, Lara Herscovitch & KJ Reimensnyder-Wagner. Reservations accepted.
This 23rd annual event offers Ukrainian folk art, music, dance and food. Also find Ukrainian foods and baked goods, an arts and crafts market, a children’s fun area, public polka dance and more. Special guest erformers include the Iskra Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, the Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, Ppiv Xhytta Chamber Choir, violinist Innesa Tymochko Dekajlo of the Ukraine, and The Vox Ethnika Orchestra of NYC. Proceeds benefit youth soccer and cultural programming.
The Lackawanna County Department of Arts and Culture sponsors a series of free programs offering a variety of arts activities to children at county parks. Rain or shine.
Award-winning jazz guitarist, and critically acclaimed composer, B.D. Lenz brings his trio on a short tour of the Northeast in support of his latest release “Ready or Not” - his eighth album and first “straight-ahead” jazz project.
Bringing the benefits of yoga to anyone who may feel challenged by a traditional yoga class. With instructor Donna Fetzko.
Watch the chefs work at this outdoor barbecue patio boasting some of the most famous ribs in the region.
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