Hughesville Locals Apr. 27, 2016
Now that we are in the last few days of the month, Spring seems to be well established, and we can more confidently look forward to warmer days and fewer nights with freezing temperatures. Of course, I was once told that I should beware of a “hard freeze” around the time of the full moon in May, so I can’t give in to the temptation to get things planted in my garden.
Hughesville Area Public Library is getting ready to begin a Lego builders’ club. If you or your child like to construct things using the ever-popular interlocking blocks, check with the library to get more details and gather up your Legos and get in some practice time. The library can also help you plan your summer reading list. If you need books or digital sources for projects, your library is the place to get all the tips and designs you need to make your life easier and turn your ideas into works of art.
The nice weather means that many people are walking, biking, skating, and motorcycling on streets and alleyways throughout the borough and surrounding townships. Please be watchful whenever you are driving and be aware of all those who are sharing the roadways. Let’s make sure everyone stays safe.
Weds. Apr. 27 is the registration deadline for this year’s Progressive Ag Safety Day, hosted by Lycoming County 4-H. Your child will enjoy this fun-filled day of learning, on June 11, for children ages 5-18. Topics for demonstrations and discussions include Fire Safety, First Aid, Lawn Equipment Safety, PTO Safety, Water Safety, Home Alone, Hidden Hazards, Disability Awareness, Drug Awareness, and Gun Safety. Please see their website for family and group pricing at extension.psu.edu/4-h. The event schedule is June 11, check in 8-9, program runs 9-2 at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds.
Fri. Apr. 29, 10:30 a.m. Story Hour for preschool children at the Hughesville Area Public Library, 146 South Fifth Street. Please call the library at (570)584-3762 to register your 3 to 5 year old child. This week’s theme is “April Showers.”
Sat. Apr. 30 is community volunteer day at Lime Bluff Park from 8 to 1. Help is needed to prepare the park for the summer. Bring the whole family, enjoy lunch and free t-shirts. Sponsored by East Lycoming Recreation Authority and Comcast.
Sat. Apr. 30, 11-7, Annual Rotary Pig Roast at the Hughesville Fire Hall, Railroad and Water Streets. This is always a fun event and the food is wonderfully tasty! Be sure to support this important fund-raiser for Rotary’s service projects and scholarship fund.
Sat. Apr. 30, 2 to 4 p.m. East Lycoming Historical Society Spring Tea, a fun annual event that raises funds for the society’s museum and programs. This year’s theme is “Hats: A Forgotten Accessory,” presented by Anne Knox. Tickets may be reserved by contacting Sharon Hughes at (570)584-2244. The event will be held at the Hughesville Friends Church, 137 S. Third St.
Sun. May 1, 9:30 a.m. The charge bell choir, “The Heavenly Notes,” will be featured at the worship service at Christ United Methodist Church, 146 S. Main Street, Hughesville. ?