Features 2-mile hike and bonfire. Registration required by Monday, Oct. 22, by 5 p.m.
Come in costume for a Halloween parade and listen to stories, sing, dance and make a craft. Ages infant to 5.
Author of "Oh, for the Love of Haiti," is available for a book signing. Proceeds from the book sale benefit Hope for Haiti.
Open to teenagers. Registration required.
Mike Walters, a retired school principal, presents ways to stop bullying. This program is for all ages, and parents are welcome to join.
Reserve by Oct. 23.
Inspired by the alleged panic caused when a 1938 radio drama based on "The War of the Worlds" was taken to be true, this panel discussion gathers local journalists and editors to weigh in on the current phenomenon of "fake" news and offer some tips on how to be a better news consumer Hawk Lecture Hall, Business Building 201.
Irandukht Fahmy presents her first hand account of growing up in Iran and will be available for a book signing after the lecture in the Catherine Evans McGowan Room.
Learn proven strategies to handle bullying.
Rated R. 112 minutes.
Sarah Pacini of Lackawanna Historical Society gives overview of the disease and the dire effects of this pandemic, which killed 50 million to 100 million worldwide, on Scranton and surrounding towns in 1918.
A reception follows after the documentary screening. Reservations required.
Classes begin at 4 p.m.
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