Scranton Area Events
The Office of Community Relations is pleased to provide information on downtown and area community events. Like us on Facebook to stay up to date with Scranton happenings.
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Book Lovers' Trivia Night, Albright Memorial Library, March 6
Test your book nowledge and celebrate the end of the Cabin Fever Reading Club with Book Lovers' Trivia Night. Sign up a team of 5 or get paired up with other readers. Refreshments will be served and prizes for the winning team. For Readers 18 years and older. For more information, click here.
First Friday, Downtown Scranton, March 7
First Friday serves as a conduit to artists, connecting them to prospective venues, art lovers seeking entertainment, and venues looking to attract new customers. All of these are unified under the vision of using the arts to revitalize downtown Scranton. For more information, click here.
Intro to Crocheting, Basement-Children's Library, March 10
Interested in crocheting? Bring your hooks, yarn or project to get some beginner tips and learn how to get started. Basement of the Children's Libary at 7 p.m. Contact Elizabeth Davis @ 570-348-3000, ext. 3050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1963: A Blast from the Past! Everhart Museum, through March 31
Exclusive to the Everhart Museum is the exhibit 1963: A Blast from the Past! a visual look back at the year’s events that filled Americans with exhilaration, as well as those that brought us to unfathomable depths of despair. This new exhibit features images, documents, and ephemera. For more information, click here.
D-Day 1944: "Accept nothing less than full Victory!", Everhart Museum, through June 16
Exclusive to the Everhart Museum, D-Day 1944 focuses on the planning, execution and aftermath of the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. Featuring historic photographs of the invasion, the exhibit also includes historic artifacts from regional lenders and historical collections. For more information, click here.
World War II on the Homefront: Community Art at the Everhart, Everhart Museum, through June 16
Exclusive to the Everhart Museum, WWII on the Homefront is a community art exhibit featuring new work created by NEPA-based historical societies, veterans’ associations, regional schools, & community organizations working in partnership with the Museum and artist-in-residence Liz Parry-Faist. For more information, click here.