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Muncy Events May 14, 2014

By Staff | May 15, 2014

May 17 is Armed Forces Day

An all-terrain vehicle safety class will be held this Saturday May 17 at Wheels Of Williamsport, Inc. 99 Grey Fox Drive.The class starts at 8:30 a.m. Class size is limited and registration is required prior to the day of the class. The class will be taught by certified safety instructors Bill and Nancy Stugart. The student must provide their own ATV. Parents are to accompany their children to the class so the required forms may be completed. The ATV law requires that youths ages 8 through 15 take a safety training course prescribed by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and have a safety training certificate issued by the Department before operating an ATV off their parents or legal guardians property. To register for the course call Bill or Nancy at 570-435-0923.

Toddler Tales with Miss Victoria will be offered May 16, 23, 30 and June 6 at the Muncy Public Library from 10 to 10:45 a.m. with live music, books and open play. Registration is required by calling 546-5014. Recommended for children 12 months to 3 1/2 years old and their caregivers.

Katy’s Church will be holding their 2nd Annual Victorian Tea Party – May 24, 2-5 p.m. Traditional sandwiches, desserts and tea will be served and guests are encouraged to come dressed in Victorian attire. There is a donation with reservations requested. The fundraiser promotes the continued restoration of the 145 year old Church. Enjoy a visit back in time and the beautiful Victorian ceiling located in Madison Township, Columbia County on the corner of Wolf Hollow and Katys Church Roads. Please contact May at 570-764-2412 for more information and to make reservations.

The Susquehanna Civil War Roundtable will feature “The History of the Grand Army of the Potomac” presented by noted Harrisburg historian David Klinepeter on Thursday, May 22 at 7:00 PM at the the Degenstein Library, 40 S. 5th St. Sunbury. The Grand Army of the Republic was a Union veterans group formed shortly after the Civil War. Politically powerful, the G.A.R advocated for pension and other veteran’s issues, assisted in the care of widows and orphans and began the observance that we now know as Memorial Day. A short business meeting precedes the program. All are welcome to attend. For further information contact Greg Kline at 717-571-6877.