Members of the Helen Keller Day Planning Committee recently met to make plans for the 94th annual Helen Keller Day, “Eyes on Fashion” Champagne Fashion Show and Luncheon to be held on Sunday, April 16, at Glenmaura National Golf Club. Cochairs for the event are Paula DePeters and Ellen Rudis.
Please contact the Lackawanna Blind Association for information and tickets by calling 570-342-7613, ext. 5.
Pictured, seated from left are: Lindsay Leventhal, Atty. Jerry Musheno and Christina Stolze. Standing, same order: Janet May, Cathy Van Nort, Noreen Burke, Bunny Chorba, Mary Lou Wascavich, Executive Director; Ellen Rudis, Paula DePeters, Louise Frye, Julie Smith, Sharon Borgia and Rose Baigis.
Actors Circle will presents the comedy “Mornings at Seven” by Paul Osborn, at Providence Playhouse, 1256 Providence Rd., Scranton on March 2-5 and March 10-12. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 General, $12 Senior, $10 Student; and on Thursday, March 2, all tickets are $10.
This charming portrait of smalltown, America, takes place at a time when life was simple, with no computers or internet. The life of four sisters is upended as they deal with the changes some family members decide to take on. You will find a connection with your own family in watching the interactions of these characters.
This production is presented through special grants from the Lackawanna County for the Arts and Culture, and The Scranton Area Community Foundation.
For reservations, call 570-342-9707.
This show is directed by Jessi Teevan, with Britt Demming as assistant director, and assistant to the directors is Jason Narcoonis. Producers are Mark Fryer and Harry Adelman.
Members of the cast are Debra Demming, Jeff Ginsberg, April Holgate, Ray Hopkins, Nina Kemp, Mike Lally, Harry Powell, Cathy Rist Strauch, a native of Dunmor;, Poshi Walker, Reed Walker, and E.J. Leeson of Dunmore is understudy.
Saint Francis of Assisi Kitchen has launched its 2023 Host-for-a-Day campaign, which is the primary means of financial support for the Kitchen’s mission to provide a free daily meal and other services to the needy in our area.
For a donation of $100 or more, an individual, family, business, community organization or faith-based group can help to sponsor the day’s meal. Recognized sponsorships begin at the $500 contribution level.
In effect, each contributor becomes a “host” for a day. Contributors may then select a date on which they, or someone they designate or memorialize, will be recognized as the provider for that meal.
Pictured are Kitchen Executive Director Rob Williams and Kitchen Advisory Board member Dr. Tania Stoker, campaign chair.