This month features musical concerts and activities to stay healthy. Family day is coming up at the Lycoming Mall and this weekend you can get info on all current vaccinations.
Muncy High School is planning a musical and the Community Concert Association is having an organ quartet at the Scottish Rite in Williamsport.
I have also been informed that April is National Poetry Month, Keep America Beautiful Month, Jazz Appreciation Month, Mathematics Education Month and National Garden Month. And I am happy to say that our area has events to focus on these areas. A program on healing herbs, revitalizing Montgomery, keeping the Watershed healthy and a jazz concert are to be featured. Be sure to catch the West Branch Choral concert at St. Andrew Lutheran Church on the 14th.
Also keep in mind that if any of you received lilies for Easter, to be cautious with them around your favorite feline, as lilies are known to be lethally toxic to cats. They produce a chemical that can harm a cat’s kidneys.
April is also a good time to start looking for those spring wildflowers, many will peak towards the end of the month. We welcome any photos. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. of your favorite spring flower.
Apr. 4 & 5 Health Vaccinations day at Life Center. Sponsored by PA Dept. of Health and Susquehanna Health from 10 to 5, nurses will provide information on Lyme disease, prevention and vaccinations for tetanus and shingles. For more information call 327-3400.
Family Health Fest on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lycoming Mall, Pennsdale. Susquehanna Health’s Family Health Fest at Lycoming Mall on Saturday, April 13. Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania is participating in a big way (co-sponsoring the main exhibit – the AmeriHeart display).
Fri. Apr. 12 & Sat. Apr. 13 – spring musical ‘Into the Woods’ at Muncy High School at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
Apr. 26 Muncy’s Fourth Friday event in downtown Muncy. Outside vendors and Marty’s Bicycle Shop will be giving away a chance to win a bike from his shop for all students who bring an aluminum can or more to recycle.