Montgomery Locals Apr. 4
Thankfully warmer weather has become more frequent so if you’re anxious to get out of the house but you don’t want to be outside in the semi-cold, head down to the library and try researching your family history. The rise of websites such as Ancestry.com have made genealogy a popular hobby for many people. Thankfully over the years the Montgomery Area Public Library has kept wonderful records of the town’s history, so it’s easy to get an idea of what daily life was like in different eras. You can discover the history of churches, factories, and businesses that were important parts of daily life to your family members.
The Montgomery Area Historical Society is also a great place to learn about Montgomery’s history. While the organization is less than fifteen years old, they have amassed an impressive collection of photos, postcards, news clippings, and other pieces of the past that cover the history of Montgomery as well as the surrounding areas.
THOT “Every man is an omnibus on which his ancestors ride.” Oliver Wendell Holmes
Happy birthday to Damien LeVan, who will be turning two on April 7th.
Many thanks to the Montgomery Lions Club for another wonderful Egg Hunt! It was enjoyable event for all ages!
Save the date! Montgomery Virtuoso will present their Spring Musical “Into the Woods” at 7 p.m. on April 27 and 28, and at 2 p.m. on April 29. You can purchase advance tickets online at www.showtix4u.com.Tickets will be sold at the door two hours before each show depending on availability.
Hometown Hero Banners will be available at a 15 percent discount if ordered by Friday, April 6. The regular price is $210.
Applications are available at the Montgomery Borough Office, the Clinton Township Office, and Montgomery Weis.
If you would like to be a part of the Montgomery Lions Club, please call Roger McRae for more information at 570- 971-2825.
Thurs. Apr. 5 The first “An Evening of the Arts” will be held at Montgomery Area High School from 6-8 p.m. The event will showcase all of the different types of art programs the high school offers, including the visual arts, graphic arts, industrial arts, dramatic arts, music arts, and culinary arts. There will be performances in the auditorium and numerous displays throughout the high school.
Fri. Apr. 6 The rescheduled “Teen Book Tasting” will be held at the Montgomery Area Public Library from 5-6 p.m.
Sat. Apr. 7 There will be a Montgomery Borough Public Awareness Fair held at the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Fire Company will have a breakfast and lunch fundraiser. There will be a series of lectures about household hazards. Admission will be free for those who bring a non-perishable food item for Footprints of Montgomery.
Sat. Apr. 7 Tina Tickle will host a Ceramic Paint Party in the restaurant dining room at Riverside Campground from 1-4 p.m.
Mon. Apr. 9 The Clinton Township Supervisors will meet at 6:30 in the Municipal Building.
Tues. Apr. 10 The Montgomery Borough Council will meet at 6:30 p.m in the Borough Building.
Weds. Apr. 11 Toddler Tales will be held at the library from 11-noon for children ages 1-5. The April theme is “Bugs” and children will enjoy a story, snack, and craft. Please pre-register at 547-6212 and plan in accompany your child.
Sat. Apr. 14 The Montgomery Area Historical Society will have the Adam Room open from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sat. Apr. 14 There will be a Ceramic Paint Party from 1-4 p.m. at the restaurant dining room at Riverside Campground. The event will be hosted by Tina Tickle.
Tues. Apr. 17 The Montgomery Area Alumni Association will hold a fundraiser at Muncy Wendy’s from 5-8 p.m. Ten percent of all sales made during that time will be donated to the Alumni Association.