Muncy Locals Sept.7, 2017
It’s Pennsylvania Produce Month and September is full of fresh new vegetables to harvest. The step is to take the leap and try something new. It is not only rewarding to the palate, but a plus for health according to the Pennsylvania Vegetable Marketing and Research Program. Thanks to a nice big spaghetti squash, a cultivar native to our country, and given to me by Stacie Hart that was grown in her garden, I made it and tasted it for the first time. I followed her directions for preparation. By cutting it and roasting it to perfection at 400 degrees, I then added my homemade tomato sauce. I shredded some fresh carrots for the first time and added them to the sauce and topped the dish with fresh Ramano cheese. It was even better the second night.
Come to downtown Muncy this month and you will have two opportunities to celebrate on Main Street. The Corvettes on Main Street will be held on Saturday, Sept. 16 and Muncy 4th Friday will be held on Friday, Sept 22. The extra event for the 22nd is a makeup rain date from June’s 4th Friday which was cancelled. The MPBA wanted the vendors to have the opportunity to have the 3 events as promised when they signed up to participate. In turn, all proceeds are turned back to the Muncy community as in providing flower pots, and soon some benches along Main Street.
Be sure to get to the Senior Expo in Pennsdale on Tuesday. If you have any unused medicines or prescriptions, the drug MedReturn box will be there for disposal. Look for it at the Sheriff’s table. Flu vaccinations also will be available and document shredding from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Lunch will be served by the Muncy Township Volunteer fire company.
Comforting wishes go to Barbara Wood who broke her leg and will be in the Williamsport hospital for a few weeks. She is in the Gibson Rehab Unit if you wish to say hello.
Tues. Sept. 12 The annual Senior Expo is coming from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Pennsdale Civic Center, 261 Village Road in Pennsdale. There will be a number of events including free health screenings, document shredding, health care, elder care and more. In addition, flu vaccines will be available. Please bring your insurance card. Sponsored by Rep. Garth Everett and Sen. Gene Yaw.
Tues. Sept. 12 Gentle Flow Yoga at the Muncy Public Library at 1 p.m. Designed for beginners and allows use of chairs, blocks and other support items. Call 546-5014 to register.
Weds. Sept. 13 Pre-School storytime Lets Get Loud! for ages 3-5 at 10 a.m.
Thurs. Sept. 14 Crazy 8s Club for grades 3-5 at the Muncy Public Library at 3:30 p.m.
Thurs. Sept. 14 & Fri. Sept. 15 Core principles of energy healing at The Triad Center for Conscious Living, 21 Kristi Road, Muncy. Learn about releasing attachment outcomes, healer self-care, space clearing and ethics. Call 570-772-4269 to reserve a spot. Thurs. from 7-9 p.m. & Fri. 10 a.m. to noon. Fee-based.
Thurs. Sept. 14 Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village in Lewisburg to offer ‘four-course conversation’ at noon featuring a four-course meal with residents and open discussion on life in a continuing care retirement community. RSVP to Gretchen Nash at 570- 523-4285.
Thurs. Sept. 14 Intro to Homeschooling at the Muncy Public Library at 6:30 p.m. Learn about homeschool law and curriculum. Register by calling the library at 546-5014.
Fri. Sept. 15 Healthy aging workshop at Meck Senior Center with local harvest cooking at 11 a.m.
Fri. Sept. 15 Toddler Tales for ages 1-3 at Muncy Public Library, 10 a.m.
Sat. Sept. 16 Lake Augusta Wine & Brew Festival, Sunbury, PA at Riverfront Amphitheater, 1-5 p.m. Tickets available at select Weis Markets and at the gate.
Sat. Sept. 16 18th annual MOPAR Muscle show at Fairfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram starting 9 a.m.
Sat. Sept. 16 Corvettes on Main Street Muncy downtown, 10-3.
Sat. Sept. 16 Fall Ford Show with NorthCentral Mustang Club at Murray Motors, 85 Griffith Road, Muncy. Judging from 11 to 1, rain or shine. Proceeds benefit American Cancer Society.