You are invited to come away to Olmsted this fall and immerse yourself in the rich study and seeking with a cohort of other powerful Christian women. Olmsted's women's retreats offer inspirational speaking, encouraging group discussions, quiet time with God, opportunities to enjoy stillness and nature, and Christian hospitality that will make you feel welcome and cared for. Come and attend to your mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Pricing includes a two-nights stay (private hotel-style room with linens), six meals, and course tuition. Discounts are available for those willing to select or be assigned a roommate. Please contact Olmsted for commuter rates. Register online, print and mail the registration form, or call to register at (814) 945-6512 Or visit www.olmstedmanor.org/f......html
Olmsted Manor Retreat Center, 17 E Main St, Ludlow, PA 16333
Wed 26th Oct
Author Joyful Clemantine Wamariya
The author of “The Girl Who Smiled Beads” will talk about her childhood flight from Rwanda during the country’s civil war and genocide and being a refugee in seven African countries before obtaining asylum in the United States.
Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Fri 28th Oct
to Wed 30th Nov
Children’s Storybook Trail at Lillibridge
In America, nothing cries out “Autumn is Here!” louder than the pumpkin! This gorgeous gourd acts as an ambassador to both of our beloved fall holidays, Halloween and Thanksgiving. To share in the celebration of our great friend the pumpkin, visit us at the Lillibridge Property for a new storybook adventure along our Storybook Reading Trail. Read the children’s book It’s A Pumpkin! __on the Interpretive Trail ( Griffin’s Way– an easy, .36 mi round trip trail) as you walk through our old growth forest. The storybook pages are held in place by our gentle giants as you pass by. The book will be available beginning Friday, October 28th through Wednesday, November 30th. The Lillibridge Property is located at 1974 Lillibridge Road, Portville, NY. We would love for you to share pictures and let us know how you enjoyed your visit by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy the beautiful outdoors! Pfeiffer Nature Center is supported by United Way funding. Pfeiffer Nature Center where science, art & nature come together.
Pfeiffer Nature Center Lillibridge Property, 1974 Lillibridge Rd, Portville, NY 14770, USA
Sat 29th Oct
Have you ever wanted to capture wildlife in their natural setting? Or have you ever wanted to take up a new hobby enjoying the outdoors? The Elk Country Visitor Center has the program for you! We are hosting a program on photography basics, gear, settings, and locating wildlife. This program is for any level photographer ranging to beginner to seasoned pro!
Elk Country Visitor Center (Keystone Elk Country Alliance), 134 Homestead Dr, Benezette, PA 15821, USA
Sat 29th Oct
Adult Trick or Treat Night
Adult Trick or Treat Night in and around Kane! The bus for this Stroll leaves at 4:30pm from the Elm. (Chestnut Street Elementary Parking Lot) Please leave you car in the parking lot and get ready for the ride of your life. 1. Dress up and visit some of the bars and taverns with your Ghoulish Tour Guide. 2. Be ready to load the bus at 4:30pm promptly with your tour guide. 3. You will visit Flickerwood Wine Cellars, CJs Distillery, West Side Grill, VFW, Eagles Club, Pepes, Twisted Vine, Table 105, Logyard Brewing and conclude at the Elks for live music with XIII. (Your ticket price includes your entrance to this event.) 4.Look for your complimentary Jell - O Shot at each location. 5. Enjoy a Halloween drink special of a SPOOKY Halloween drink! (Additional Charge ) 6. Try a SpOOky snack at some locations! (Additional Charge) 7. Participate in Costume Contests at each location. Each location will award a prize before you leave for the next venture. 8. Have a DESIGNATED DRIVER OR UBER when you drive home!
Flickerwood Wine Cellars and Cocktail Lounge, 309 Flickerwood Rd, Kane, PA 16735, USA
Sat 29th Oct
William Feasley: Echoes of Goya
After a hiatus of nearly 2 1/2 years, the Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center returns to a regular schedule of live programming on Oct. 29 with “William Feasley: Echoes of Goya.” This multimedia experience sets music for classical guitar against a backdrop of Spanish masterpieces by 19th-century painter and printmaker, Francisco Goya.
Since making his debut in 1980 with the San Francisco ballet, award-winning guitarist William Feasley has maintained an active schedule of international tours. He has been a featured soloist across the globe from Spain to Ecuador performing exclusively on hand-made guitars created by the late Randy Angella. Feasley appeared in the museum’s inaugural concert series in the winter of 2018 in a solo recital at Marilyn Horne Hall. By popular demand, he returns this month for this very special presentation of music and art.
“Echoes of Goya” explores the life and artistry of Francisco Goya who was born in Spain in the mid-18th-century. His haunting, and often macabre, paintings would influence generations of artists and musicians. Feasley’s performance will pair music for Spanish guitar with a selection of Goya’s artworks projected on the Bromeley Theater’s large format screen. Horne Museum director Matthew Hileman said, “Presentations of famous artworks paired with music have become popular around the country. This performance highlights William’s extraordinary talent while giving the audience a powerful visual and historical context.”
The recital will also include Feasley’s reflections on Goya’s life and how political upheaval and the Napoleonic Wars affected his work. It is being presented as part of the museum’s Candlelight Concert Series, a program of free concerts and recitals offered annually. The series is one of the museum’s signature educational and outreach programs designed to introduce new audiences to the world of classical performance.
This event will take place in the Bromeley Family Theater on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Admission is free. Seating is open. Advance tickets or reservations are not required. The theater doors will open at 7 p.m. and the performance will begin at 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit marilynhorne.org.
About the Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center
Opened to the public in May 2017, The Marilyn Horne Museum and Exhibit Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford showcases highlights from the personal archive of legendary opera singer, Marilyn Horne. The museum’s mission is to further interest in the art of opera and to inspire and educate new generations on the importance of art, culture, and philanthropy through the life and achievements of renowned mezzo-soprano, Marilyn Horne. To learn more, visit marilynhorne.org.
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Dr, Bradford, PA 16701, USA
Sat 29th Oct
CJ’s Annual Halloween Party
Dig out your best costumes for CJ’s Annual Halloween Bash. JB wil be rockin the patio. Prizes for best costumes. Winners will be announced at 9:00. Drink Specials No Cover
CJ Spirits, 120 Willow Run Dr, Kane, PA 16735, USA
Sat 29th Oct
Second Act Trio @ Westline Inn Halloween Party
Hey Westline, PA👋 Second Act Trio will be you entertainment at the Westline Inn Saturday Oct 29 from 8-11pm for their Halloween party 🎃 👻 Have a great day and See you then❤️
Westline Inn, 1 Westline Rd, Westline, PA 16740, USA
Sun 30th Oct
Deer Season kick off, bradford
The Kinzua Quality Deer Cooperative (KQDC) announces eventswill take place on Sunday, October 30, at its Deer Season “Kick-Off”. Allevents are to take place atthe Bradford Campus of the University of Pittsburghin the Frame-Westerberg Commons Mukaiyama University Room. All presentationsare FREE and open to the public. For more information contact: JohnDzemyan, email@example.com
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Dr, Bradford, PA 16701
Sun 30th Oct
Join us for a fun-filled day of spooktacular crafts, games, and treats! Feel free to come in your costume if you’d like as well! We will have a costume parade with BENNY the Bull Elk leading the way at 2:00 p.m.