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Rhoneymeade Arboretum & Sculpture Garden: An Oasis of Beauty, Natural & Man-Made

At Rhoneymeade I first learned the term conservation easement.

Spring 2017 Events Throughout the Susquehanna Valley

A collection of local events around the Susquehanna Valley.

Iconic Rolling Stone Magazine Photos Featured at Reading Public Museum

The exhibit runs from Saturday, Jan. 24, through Sunday, May 10 in the Meinig Family Gallery, and is sponsored locally by Stevens & Lee/Griffin.

Clock Museum Gainst Gift of Time

John Eberman Jr. was the only Lancaster clockmaker known to have made tower clock movements. Eberman operated his shop in Lancaster from 1772 to 1807, where he mostly made 30-hour and 8-day time-and-strike tallcase movements constructed in the English tradition.

Modern Art Against Myeloma Fundraiser

John Bianco, of Springs Window Fashions, Williamsport, is hosting Modern Art Against Myeloma, an exhibit and sale to raise funds for the Susquehanna Health Cancer Center and the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) Oct. 3 and 4 at the Holiday Inn, Gallery Room, 100 Pine St., Williamsport.

Collecting Post Offices for a Hobby By Gary Parks

The post office of Mifflinburg is an example of the colonial revival architectural plan. It is brick and sandstone and sports a slate roof and a cupola topped with a weathervane. The new post office was completed in 1939 and dedication exercises were held Sept. 16.

Treasured Towns & Landscapes of the Susquehanna River Greenway Summer 2013

Additional Photo Contest Winners

More Susquehanna Waterways Photos

More Susquehanna Waterways Photos

Treasured Towns and Landscapes of the Susquehanna

The Susquehanna Greenway is a corridor of parks, trails and river communities along the Susquehanna River that are ripe for exploration by bike, boat or on foot. The Susquehanna Greenway Partnership asked people to share their cherished scenes of the Greenway and received over 300 entries in their 2nd Annual Treasured Towns and Landscapes of the Susquehanna Photo Contest. Here are some of the winning entries.

Artist-in-Residence, James Magill By April Line

Magill has published his poems in online forums, and in a great number of small, community service publications like The Community Mennonite Fellowship Bulletin, The Keystone, a newsletter for and by citizens with disabilities, and in news publications including The Danville News. His poetry was listed in the now-defunct VS Arts and Artists Registry, which was under the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts’ umbrella.

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