According to the website HalloweenCostumes.com, the most popular costumes this year include The Smurfs, Captain America, Pirates, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Mario Brothers, and characters from the video game, Angry Birds. Do you have your costume ready? Trick-or-Treating in Montgomery will be held on Monday, October 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. Parade starts at 6 p.m. Floats form at Weis Parking Lot. Walkers form at the corner of North Main and Penn Street.
Sunday, October 23, 1 p.m., the Montgomery Area Historical Society will host the McNett Country Band, who will feature a historical overview of the Radio Corral and the McNetts through music and personal stories. This is a free event that will be held at the Clinton Township Fire Hall; donations will be accepted; refreshments will be available.
Tuesday, November 1, 12:00 noon, the Montgomery Area Senior Citizens will meet for a tureen dinner at St. John Lutheran (Brick) Church. Please bring table service and a dish to share. Health checks will not be given, however flu shots will be available for those who want them. Remember to bring your insurance card. Dues for 2012 may be paid at this meeting. Winnie Schivelkart will entertain with a musical program following the business meeting. Guests are welcome.
Tuesday, November 8, 6:30 p.m., Montgomery Borough Council Meeting at the borough hall, Main Street, Montgomery.
Friday, November 18, the Montgomery Area Public Library will celebrate its 125th anniversary with a banquet held at the Genetti Hotel. The guest speaker will be Professor Dennis P. McIlnay, author of The Horseshoe Curve: Sabotage and Subversion in the Railroad City. An auction will also be held during the event, featuring books autographed by such authors as Janet Evanovich, Robin Cook, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. Contact the Montgomery Library at 547-6212 for more information and to purchase tickets.