Hughesville Locals July 31, 2019
Summer is so spectacular when we have days like this! It’s hot, but that’s what it takes to get me ready for the opposite season which I shall not name. This season is passing at an alarmingly fast pace and I don’t want to think of it coming to an end. We are turning the calendar page to the last month of summer and I know I need to squeeze the most out of every day.
Trinity Lutheran and The Beacon United Methodist churches were the scene of many fun hours last week when dozens of children and adults enjoyed an exciting week of Bible School! It was a great collaborative effort and Mother Nature helped out with perfect weather for the five-day event.
I have noticed many construction and renovation projects around the borough and while I’m sure the heat and high humidity are not comfortable for those who must work outdoors, things appear to be progressing well and changes are apparent. I don’t often indulge in taking a walk up or down Main Street, but I have seen some welcome improvements along that thoroughfare.
Among the fairs and festivals still to come in this area of the state is the Eagles Mere Arts and Crafts Festival. Held on the Green in the center of the village, this is a wonderful exhibit of a wide variety of high-quality artistic creations. It’s usually a bit less “muggy” there at over 2000 feet above sea level, so be sure to check it out!
Aug. 1-4 Annual campout at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville sponsored by the PA Association of Family Campers and Rivers. The Hughesville Library will be having a movie night for the campers.
Thurs. Aug. 1 & 8 “Wee Make Music” program at Hughesville Area Public Library, 146 South Fifth Street (HAPL), for children ages 12 months and up and their caregivers, 10:30 a.m. Children will have a great time, marching, singing, dancing, and drumming with Miss Victoria. Registration is appreciated.
Fri. Aug. 2 “Wee Paint” program at HAPL for children ages 2 and up and their caregivers, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Children will explore all kinds of paints and painting. Bring an old shirt to wear!
Mon. Aug. 5 “Wee Tales” program for children ages 12 months to 3 years and their caregivers at HAPL, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Sing along with Miss Victoria and her guitar, share books, and play with selected toys, all of which help children develop social skills, motor skills, and language and pre-math skills. Registration, by visiting or calling (570) 584-3762, is appreciated.
Mon. Aug. 5 “Canvas Shoe Decorating” program for teens and tweens at HAPL. This is the final session for this group’s Summer Reading. Bring your own pair of canvas shoes to decorate with your favorite designs, using the provided colorful markers and paints. Please register by calling the library at 570-584-3762
Tues. Aug. 6 AND Sat. Aug. 10 “Wee Move!” program at HAPL with equipment geared for busy children from ages 3 to 6, 10:30 a.m.
Weds. Aug. 7 “Wrap-up Party” complete with ice cream and all the toppings, marking the end of the summer program for kids ages 5 to 12 years at HAPL, 2 p.m.
Thurs. Aug. 8 “Saving Money with Coupons, Club Cards, Apps, and More” program for adults at HAPL. This is the final summer adult program.
Fri. Aug. 9 “Wee Explore” program at HAPL, for ages 18 months to 4 years. This station-based program will focus on different kid-friendly topics that make science and math fun through natural exploration. Please call (570)584-3762 to register.
Sat. & Sun. Aug. 10 & 11 Eagles Mere Arts and Crafts Festival on the Village Green in Eagles Mere. More information is available at www.visitwww.visithistoricaleaglesmere.com or by calling 570-525-3370.
Sat. Aug. 10 Dushore Founders Day with lots of fun activities, food, vendors, games, a petting zoo and more. Downtown Dushore. More info is available at www.dushore.com.