February 2018
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   7:30p RIVERDANCE 20th ANNIVERSARY TOUR
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Doubt, a Parable
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   4p WAHS June Baskin Gallery
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Doubt, a Parable
   7:30p California Surf City Tour
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   Doubt, a Parable
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   7p The Pull of Gravity
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   7:30p Hollywood SFX
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   7:30p Williamsport Symphony Orchestra
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Hyronomous A. Frog
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Hyronomous A. Frog
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   2p Frederick Douglass: A Dramatic Reading
   7:30p The Everly Brothers Experience
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   Hyronomous A. Frog
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   Shakespeare's R and J
   7:30p WCCA: Julian Bliss Septet
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Shakespeare's R and J
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Shakespeare's R and J
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Shakespeare's R and J
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   7p Quizzo at the Taber
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
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   "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"
   Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books
   Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract
   11:30a Reading With Reptiles
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Feb 1st, 2018 (Thu)
7:30p
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 1st, 2018 (Thu)
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  RIVERDANCE 20th ANNIVERSARY TOUR

Community Arts Center,220 W. Fourth St.,Williamsport;570-326-2424;   www.caclive.com       The  International Irish Dance phenomenon is back by public demand celebrating 20 years.

Feb 2nd, 2018 (Fri)
  Doubt, a Parable

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com   In a Bronx parochial school in 1964, the principal, the strict and traditional Sister Aloysius, comes head-to-head with the popular and progressive parish priest, Father Flynn.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 2nd, 2018 (Fri)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 2nd, 2018 (Fri)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 2nd, 2018 (Fri)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  WAHS June Baskin Gallery

School Student Showcase,2780 W. 4th Street,Williamsport;570-327-5500    The Gallery will host an Intermediate School Showcase, displaying works from Lycoming Valley and Curtain Intermediate School Students.  Reception will be held Friday February 2nd,2018, 4PM-6 PM.

Feb 3rd, 2018 (Sat)
  Doubt, a Parable

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com   In a Bronx parochial school in 1964, the principal, the strict and traditional Sister Aloysius, comes head-to-head with the popular and progressive parish priest, Father Flynn.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 3rd, 2018 (Sat)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 3rd, 2018 (Sat)
7:30 PM
  California Surf City Tour

Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-2424; www.caclive.com  
Enjoy the Surf City Allstars, the only "tribute" band where every member toured w/The Beach Boys.

Feb 4th, 2018 (Sun)
  Doubt, a Parable

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com   In a Bronx parochial school in 1964, the principal, the strict and traditional Sister Aloysius, comes head-to-head with the popular and progressive parish priest, Father Flynn.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 4th, 2018 (Sun)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 5th, 2018 (Mon)
7:00 PM
  The Pull of Gravity

Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-2424; www.caclive,com     Lycoming College’s Department of Criminal Justice-Criminology and the Lycoming County Reentry Coalition is pleased to present a free screening of the documentary, Pull of Gravity.  It follows three formerly incarcerated men, Kev, El and Andy, who are in various stages of their reentry process over the course of two years in North Philadelphia.

 

Feb 6th, 2018 (Tue)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 7th, 2018 (Wed)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 7th, 2018 (Wed)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 8th, 2018 (Thu)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 8th, 2018 (Thu)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 8th, 2018 (Thu)
7:30 PM
  Hollywood SFX

Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-2424; www.caclive.com    A theatrical experience like no other - The Hollywood Special Effects Show: Dangerously Exciting.  Audiences will be able to get closer to the action than ever before as this interactive and explosive family show goes behind the scenes of many favorite blockbuster films to discover the science and secrets of creating movie magic.

Feb 9th, 2018 (Fri)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 9th, 2018 (Fri)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 10th, 2018 (Sat)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 11th, 2018 (Sun)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 13th, 2018 (Tue)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 13th, 2018 (Tue)
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  Williamsport Symphony Orchestra

Williamsport Symphony Orchestra,CAC 220 W. Fourth Street,Williamsport;570-326-2424    www.williamsport symphony.org    Happy Birthday Lenny!  Enjoy Bernstein's jazzy and contagious rhythms as we celebrate his 100th birthday.  We promise that the music will warm your heart and please your loved ones on Valentine's Eve!

Feb 14th, 2018 (Wed)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 14th, 2018 (Wed)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 15th, 2018 (Thu)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 15th, 2018 (Thu)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 16th, 2018 (Fri)
  Hyronomous A. Frog

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com    Hyronomous, an inept and lonely frog prince, lives in a bog in the Kingdom of Spamelot. A bored and unhappy frog, Hyronomous is larger than other frogs and hates the taste of flies. When he finds out he’s only a frog because of a spell, he sets off for the castle to find a maiden who will help to break the spell.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 16th, 2018 (Fri)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 16th, 2018 (Fri)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 16th, 2018 (Fri) -- Mar 31st, 2018 (Sat)
  "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"

Arthaus Projects(formerly Converge Gallery),140 W. Fourth St.,Williamsport;570-435-7080,www.john@converge gallery.com         "Transformations" a group exhibition by Kurt Herrmann and  Tom Svec, to open at Arthaus Projects in February highlighting the work and influence of mutual mentor Bill Foster.  An open reception will be held on February 16th from 6PM to 9PM.

Feb 16th, 2018 (Fri)
  "Arthaus Projects" "Transformations"

Arthaus Projects (formerly Converge Gallery),140 W. Fourth St.,Williamsport;570-435-7080    www.john@convergegallery.com       "Transformations" a group exhibition by Kurt Herrmann and Tom Svec, to open at Arthhaus Projects in February highlighting the work and influence of mutual mentor Bill Foster.  An open reception will be held on February 16th from 6 PM to 9 PM.

Feb 17th, 2018 (Sat)
  Hyronomous A. Frog

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com    Hyronomous, an inept and lonely frog prince, lives in a bog in the Kingdom of Spamelot. A bored and unhappy frog, Hyronomous is larger than other frogs and hates the taste of flies. When he finds out he’s only a frog because of a spell, he sets off for the castle to find a maiden who will help to break the spell.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 17th, 2018 (Sat)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 17th, 2018 (Sat)
2:00 PM
  Frederick Douglass: A Dramatic Reading

Thomas T. Taber Museum, 858 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-3326; www.tabermuseum.      Actor and playwright Robert Hughes will perform a dramatic reading of a two-act play titled “Frederick Douglass: Interview from Slave to Master” at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society.  There is no fee to attend the performance, but there is an admission fee to view the museum.  Admission is $7.50 per adult, $6.00 per senior citizen (65+), $5.00 for children 5-12, and children under 5 and members are free. 

Feb 17th, 2018 (Sat)
7:30 PM
  The Everly Brothers Experience

Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-2424; www.caclive.com     The Zmed Brothers bring a genuine and youthful Everly Brothers experience to the stage.  Zachary and Dylan Zmed celebrate the genetic intimacy so ever present in the harmonies created by Don and Phil.

Feb 18th, 2018 (Sun)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 18th, 2018 (Sun)
  Hyronomous A. Frog

Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third St., Williamsport; 570-327-1777; www.ctlshows.com    Hyronomous, an inept and lonely frog prince, lives in a bog in the Kingdom of Spamelot. A bored and unhappy frog, Hyronomous is larger than other frogs and hates the taste of flies. When he finds out he’s only a frog because of a spell, he sets off for the castle to find a maiden who will help to break the spell.  Show time is 7:30 PM.  Sunday matinee is at 2:00 PM.

Feb 20th, 2018 (Tue)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 21st, 2018 (Wed)
  Shakespeare's R and J

Lycoming College, Mary L. Welch Theatre, Williamsport; www.lycoming.edu/theatre   This is a refreshing contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy set in an exclusive boys’ boarding school, where students are forbidden to read Romeo & Juliet.

Feb 21st, 2018 (Wed)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 21st, 2018 (Wed)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 21st, 2018 (Wed)
7:30 PM
  WCCA: Julian Bliss Septet

Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-2424; www.williamsportcommunityconcerts.org    Celebrate Gershwin with a stroll down Tin Pan Alley! England’s premier clarinetist, Julian Bliss and his hand-picked group of master musicians showcase original arrangements of treasured melodies and beloved swing tunes. Bliss is a rara 
avis: “a distinguished classical musician also enraptured with great jazz” (Accoustic Music). Another standing ovation night is in store!

Feb 22nd, 2018 (Thu)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 22nd, 2018 (Thu)
  Shakespeare's R and J

Lycoming College, Mary L. Welch Theatre, Williamsport; www.lycoming.edu/theatre   This is a refreshing contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy set in an exclusive boys’ boarding school, where students are forbidden to read Romeo & Juliet.

Feb 22nd, 2018 (Thu)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 23rd, 2018 (Fri)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 23rd, 2018 (Fri)
  Shakespeare's R and J

Lycoming College, Mary L. Welch Theatre, Williamsport; www.lycoming.edu/theatre   This is a refreshing contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy set in an exclusive boys’ boarding school, where students are forbidden to read Romeo & Juliet.

Feb 23rd, 2018 (Fri)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 24th, 2018 (Sat)
  Shakespeare's R and J

Lycoming College, Mary L. Welch Theatre, Williamsport; www.lycoming.edu/theatre   This is a refreshing contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy set in an exclusive boys’ boarding school, where students are forbidden to read Romeo & Juliet.

Feb 24th, 2018 (Sat)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 24th, 2018 (Sat)
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  Quizzo at the Taber

Thomas T. Taber Museum, 858 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-326-3326; www.tabermuseum.org  

Quizzo at the Taber will debut at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society. Jon Mackey, who regularly poses questions to curious guests of local eateries, is going to challenge folks who attend the first Historical Society Quizzo. Cost will be $10 per person. Teams of up to six people may compete. Prizes for the top scoring teams include a cash prize and a free one-year family membership to the Taber Museum. Get a team together, and enjoy a fun-filled night at the Taber!

Feb 25th, 2018 (Sun)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 27th, 2018 (Tue)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 28th, 2018 (Wed)
  Books Undone: The Art of Altered Books

The Gallery at Penn College; One College Ave., Williamsport; 570-320-2445; https://www.pct.edu/gallery     Books become the canvas for contemporary artists in this national juried exhibition.  Throughout history, books have been read, burned, banned, and collected. Today, books are both valuable and disposable. Contemporary artists hold the history of books – from scrolls (c. 2400 BC) to vegetable-fiber paper (China c. 100 AD) to woodblock printing (Europe, 1418) and the Gutenberg Bible (1456) – in their hands when they choose to transform them into works of art.  The Gallery is closed Jan. 14.

Feb 28th, 2018 (Wed)
  Berta Golahny: The Human Abstract

Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport; 570-321-4002; www.lycoming.edu/art/gallery.html    The art of Berta Golahny spans the 1940s through the early twenty-first century, in themes from the gritty city, war, space, the cosmos in its poetic evocation and nature.  The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday.

Feb 28th, 2018 (Wed)
11:30 AM
  Reading With Reptiles

Clyde Peeling's Reptiland,18628 RT 15, Allenwood; 570-538-1869; www.reptiland.com   Join us for a reptile-related reading! Get comfy and cozy in the Island Giants building—the warmest place in the zoo—while our zoo keeper shares a story and a special animal encounter! Today's story will be Miles and Miles of Reptiles by Tish Rabe.  This book introduces the different kinds of reptiles with fun facts and silly rhymes.  Animal encounter: Pet a tortoise and a king snake, then take a stroll through the zoo to see many of the reptiles from the story in person! 

$10 for ages 12 and up
$8 for ages 3 through 11
FREE for children 2 and under

At $4 off general admission, you can choose one story time or attend them all!