A small, independent first-run cinema and home of the Wyoming County Cultural Center, also offering cultural events, children's camps, and classes. Regional art and local history exhibits rotate in the Earnshaw Gallery in the lobby.
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The two-hour and two-mile waking tour takes visitors past homes, churches, the Wyoming County Courthouse and other buildings rich in Tunkhannock history. Pre-registration is required. Free guided tour.
With featured artist and storyteller, Hal Pratt, who has been telling stories to all ages for more than 35 years. Musicians, poets, comedians and performers of all types are invited to share their talents on the Dietrich stage. Open to performers of all ages.
Learn how to create your very own backyard rain garden. Rain gardens help improve the environment and reduce flooding by absorbing and purifying stormwater runoff from rooftops, driveways, parking lots and other impervious surfaces.
Read your work or just listen while you practice the craft of writing toward a goal of publication. All genres and levels welcome. Ages 18 and older only.
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