×

Calendar of Events

During these fluid times, events can change. Please check for the latest updates on the Clinton County Economic Partnership & Visitors Bureau Calendar of Events at www.ClintonCountyInfo.com, or refer to the contact information listed with each event.

September 16-19 – Ross Library Book Sale

Ross Library Patio, 232 West Main St., Lock Haven. Wed. & Thurs. 10am-7pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am-4pm. Used books, video and audio, for all ages. Saturday is bag day – purchase a bag for $5 and fill it with books. (570)748-3321 / rosslibrary.org

Sept. 17 – MilitaryShare Food Distribution

Castanea Fire Company Picnic Grounds, 859 Lower Creek Rd., Lock Haven. 9am-11am. Clinton County Veterans Affairs & Central PA Food Bank Military Share program offer a food distribution for eligible veterans/their families. jhagaman@clintoncountypa.com

September 18 & 19 – Laurel Run United Methodist Church Yard & Bake Sale

2899 Laurel Run Rd., Beech Creek. Friday 8am-4pm; Saturday 8am-3pm. (814)359-3459

September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 – Old School Market

Former Lamar Township Elementary School, 34 East End Mountain Rd., Mill Hall. 9am-7pm Fridays. Featuring new, used and hand-crafted items, baked goods, seasonal produce, plants & bulk foods. Hot food available. (570)660-1231 / reoute@comcast.net

Sept. 18 & 19, and 25 & 26 & weekends in Oct. – Lock Haven Opens the Streets for Business

Main St., from Jay to Vesper, and Grove St. between Church & Main, is open to foot traffic (closed to vehicles) from 3pm Friday through 9pm Saturday. Restaurants offer outdoor dining and retailers bring their business outside. Hosted by the City of Lock Haven. (570)893-5612 / kcampbell@lockhavenpa.com

Sept. 19 – Boulder Beast Trail Challenge

Castanea Fire Company Picnic Grounds, 859 Lower Creek Rd., Lock Haven. 7am. A 25-mile trail race, with about 6,000 feet of vertical gain. New this year is a 15.5-mile course for those wanting a shorter challenge. Sponsored by the PA Trail Dogs and part of the Rocksylvania Trail Series of races. patraildogs.com

Sept. 19 – All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet

Susquehanna Valley Big Twins Motorcycle Club House, 84 Harley Dr., Woolrich. 7-11am. (570)769-7287 / svbtmc.com

September 19 – 20 – Colorado Rangers National Horse Show

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. 9am both days. Free admission, public welcome! Facebook: Colorado Ranger Horse Assn Public Group / ridearangerhorse@yahoo.com

September 19 – Roads to Peace Yard Sale

Clinton Co. Women’s Center, 34 W. Main St., Lock Haven. 10am-3pm. (570)748-9539 / ccwcsafe.org

September 19 – Lock Haven Shoe Bank

Covenant United Methodist Church, 44 West Main St., Lock Haven. 11am-2pm. By appointment only. (570)295-3443 / wstiver01@icloud.com

September 19 – Primitives Bingo

Sugar Valley Produce Auction, Mill St., Loganton. 1pm. Items from Mother Daughter Primitives are the prizes for this fundraiser for the Sugar Valley Fire Co. $25. (570)367-9527/Fbk: Mother Daughter Primitives

September 19 – Clinton County Speedway Special Saturday Race

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack, Rd., Mill Hall. 4:30pm (gates open 1pm). The RaceSaver Sprint Cars 40 Lap Nittany Championship, C.W. Smith Memorial Race for Pro Stocks, and 270s & 4 Cylinders. (Rain date 9/20). clintoncountyspeedway.com

September 20 – Ping Pong Palooza and Ham Pot Pie & Homemade Soup Sale

Flaming Foliage Lot, Huron & 12th Sts., Renovo. 11:30am-3pm (or until sold out). The Flaming Foliage Festival Committee sells homemade ham pot pie and soups (take-out only), and hosts a ping pong ball drawing ($10), featuring three money prizes. (570)923-2411 / pastateflamingfoliagefestival.com

September 20 – ‘Art of the River’ Exhibit

The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle St., Lock Haven. 1-3pm. River-related artwork and photos from Susquehanna Greenway Partnership’s annual photo contest (virtual exhibit also available). Hosted by the Clinton County Arts Council. stationgalleryccac.org

September 20 – Luxury Purse Bingo

Taggert Baseball Field, Park St., Lock Haven. 1pm. Hosted by Keystone Babe Ruth Baseball. (570)367-9996, (570)295-9047, (570)660-2647

Sept. 20 – Castanea Train Station Celebration

Castanea Train Station, 15 Logan Ave., Castanea. 2-4pm. Celebrating the Clinton County Historical Society’s restoration efforts at the historic Castanea Train Station and dedicating a recently-donated vintage Signal Light. Tour the 1941 Caboose, an Air BnB rental, and celebrate the Clinton Central Model Railroad Club’s 40th year by viewing their extensive model railroad layout and railroad memorabilia collection in the station. (570)748-7254/clintonpahitory.org

September 22 – First Day of Fall Hike

Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd., Howard. 9-11:30am. A 3.5-mile hike down the Woapalanne trail and back. (814)625-0145 / dcnr.pa.gov

September 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27 – Pop-Up Fit Camp

Fierce and Fit Nutrition, 201 East Church St., Lock Haven. 6:30-7:30pm. Workouts vary. All welcome. (570)484-8560 / Facebook: Fierce and Fit Nutrition

September 23 – Employer Workshop: Training Funds – WEDnetPA

10am. A no-cost, virtual workshop to highlight how the WEDnet initiative can support workforce needs. Co-sponsored by PA CareerLink Clinton County, LHU’s Office of Workforce Development & Continuing Education and Center for Career & Professional Development, and the Clinton County Economic Partnership. https://forms.gle/b3rNuyg1wRMY6LyL9 /. dgilmore@tiu11.org

Sept. 23 – American Red Cross Blood Drive

Fraternal Order of Eagles #4298, 433 East Clinton St., Lock Haven. 1:30-6pm. Donors can register at redcrossblood.org. (570)748-1771

September 23 – Hump Day Hike!

Tiadaghton State Forest, 10 Lower Pine Bottom Rd., Waterville. 6pm. A 2-4-mile hike (locations, lengths & difficulty varys each month). Pre-registration required. (570)754-5409 / vicurtis@pa.gov

Sept. 24 & 25 – LHU ‘All In’ Day of Giving

A 24-hour online fund drive in support of student athletes at Lock Haven University. Hosted by the LHU Athletics Department. https://allin.lockhaven.edu

September 25 – Monitoring the Migration

Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd., Howard. 8-9am. A short walk to look for migrating waterfowl and songbirds. (814)625-0145 / dcnr.pa.gov

September 25 – 27 – Truckers 4 Hope

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. Gates open 10am daily. Truck, Semi-Truck and Tractor shows, food, vendors, entertainment & a beer tent. $7; ages 10 & under free. Benefits Cystic Fibrosis #Hope4Hayze. (570)660-7281 / Fbk: Truckers4Hope

September 25 – John B. Hoy Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament

Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Dr., Mill Hall. 11am. Sponsored by the Wayne Township Landfill. Proceeds benefit local charities. (570)769-6977 / thresa@waynetwplandfill.com

Sept. 25 & 26 – Live Music: End of Summer Bash in Downtown Lock Haven

200 Block of Main St., Lock Haven. 6-8pm both nights. Stella A’s Bar & Grill, the Texas Restaurant and the Lock Haven Elks Club host two nights of outdoor music as summer draws to a close. Private Stock Trio plays a mix of hits Friday night, while Frosted Mini Wheat turns out the classic rock hits Saturday evening. (570)748-5600 / stella–a.com

Sept. 26 – Invasive Species Scavenger Hunt

Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd., Howard. 9-10:30am. Learn about different invasive species and their effects on our ecosystems during this 1.5-mile scenic walk. (814)625-0145 / dcnr.pa.gov

September 26 – Book Brigade

Ross Library 232 West Main St., Lock Haven. 10am. A monthly discussion about a particular book. This month’s book is March: Book One by John Lewis. (570)748-3321 / ross13@rosslibrary.org

September 26 – Street & Hot Truck Pulls / Semi Truck Pull

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. Street & Hot Truck Pulls begin at 11am; Semi Truck pulling starts at 6pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Tractor Pullers Association and the Clinton County Fair Association. Facebook: CCTPAofPA

Sept. 26 – Conservation Conversations

Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd., Howard. 2-3pm. Featuring ideas to improve your backyard as a suitable habitat for birds, pollinators and wildlife. Meet at Pavilion 5. (814)625-0145 / dcnr.pa.gov

September 27 – Lawn & Garden Tractor Pulls / Antique Tractor Pull

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. Pulling starts 10am (registration 9am). Sponsored by the Clinton County Tractor Pullers Association & the Fair Association. Fbk: CCTPAofPA

Sept. 30 – American Red Cross Blood Drive

Cedar Heights Brethren in Christ Church, 37 Cedar Heights, Mill Hall. 1-6pm. redcrossblood.org

Thru September – “Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence”

Ross Library, 232 West Main St. (first floor), Lock Haven. A poster exhibition provided by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service that celebrates a century since women fought for and won the right to vote. Sponsored by the Ross Library. (570)748-3321 / ross13@rosslibrary.org

Thru September – National Museum Month

Visit, support and learn about the museums in Clinton County! Beech Creek/Marsh Creek Heritage Museum (Beech Creek), Greater Renovo Area Heritage Park Association (Renovo), Heisey House Museum and Piper Aviation Museum (Lock Haven), Red Hill Fossil Museum (North Bend), and Sugar Valley Historical Society Museum (Loganton). (570)748-7254 / clintonpahistory.org

October 1 – November 20 – The Salvation Army Punch Card ‘Soup Off’ Fundraiser

At participating restaurants and The Salvation Army, 119 East Church St., Lock Haven. Purchase a Soup Off punch card for $10 and then visit participating restaurants (Dutch Haven, Stella A’s Bar & Grill, Haywood’s on the Green, Creekside Restaurant, Valley Hotel & The Cottage Restaurant) between Oct. 1 & Nov. 20 to receive a free cup of soup. Then visit The Salvation Army Nov. 20, 9am & 2pm, for a cup of soup prepared by amateur cook Jesse McKinney, and bid on silent auction items. Tickets available at The Salvation Army and their Thrift Store, The Express, WSQV Radio, and participating restaurants. (570)748-2951 / Salvation Army Lock Haven, PA

Oct. 2 – LHU Alumni Association Golf Classic

Belles Springs Golf Course, 417 Fairground Rd., Mill Hall. Sponsored by the LHU Alumni Association. http://lockhaven.edu/ alumni/AlumniGolfTournament.html

October 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31 – Spook Haven Haunted House

100 Danis St., Mill H all. 7-10pm. Fridays & Saturdays in October (and Sunday 10/25). Central PA’s premier haunted attraction! spookhaven.com

Oct. 3 – LH Catholic School Fall Festival

311 W. Water St., Lock Haven. 9am-3pm. Benefits the school PTO. (570)748-7252 / BFravel@lhcs.org

Oct. 3 – Clinton Co. SPCA Pet Extravaganza

Riverview Park, 193 Farrandsville Rd., Lock Haven. 10am-3pm. A fun afternoon with the four-legged members of your family. Sponsored by the Clinton County SPCA and the Blind Dog Rescue Alliance. (570)748-4756 / clintoncountyspca.org

October 3 – 8th Annual Knit-n-Run

Bald Eagle United Presbyterian Church, 111 Main St., Mill Hall. 10am. View handmade items before they are transported to local nursing/personal care homes and hospitals by members of the Susquehanna Valley Big Twins Motorcycle Club. Coordinated by the Church’s Prayer Shawl Ministry and SVBTMC. (570)726-4112 / bepresby.org

October 3 – Clinton County Speedway Special Saturday Race

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack, Rd., Mill Hall. 4:30pm (gates open 1pm). Featuring Super Late Models, Pro Stocks, 270 Micros and 4 Cylinders. Sponsored by the Clinton County Fair Association. (Rain date Oct. 10). clintoncountyspeedway.com

October 4 – Drone Racing at Buzzard Field

1250 Ridge Rd., Mill Hall. Noon. Hosted by the Central PA Quad Racers. (814)761-7853 / Facebook

October 7 – Prayer Shawl Ministry

Bald Eagle United Presbyterian Church, 111 Main St., Mill Hall. 12pm. All skill levels of needle workers welcome. (570)726-4112 / bepresby.org

October 7 – American Red Cross Blood Drive

St. Agnes Church Parish Center, 3 East Walnut St., Lock Haven. 1-6pm. Register at: redcrossblood.org

October 8 – Bald Eagle Book Club

Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd., Howard. 6-7:30pm. Participants choose a book in the natural literature genre and discuss nature writing in general. Meet at Pavilion 7. (814)625-0145 / dcnr.pa.gov

Oct. 9 – LCC Alumni Golf Tournament

Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Dr., Mill Hall. 11am shotgun start, 4:30pm awards ceremony. $90. Hosted by Leadership Clinton County Alumni, with proceeds benefit Leadership Clinton County and the Bucktail Youth Leadership program. (570)748-5782 / coordinator@clintoncountyinfo.com

October 9 – Red Cross Blood Drive

Flemington First Church of Christ, 714 Canal St., Mill Hall. 1-6pm. redcrossblood.org. 1-800-733-2767

October 10 – RC Fall Fun Fly/Drive Event

Buzzard Field, 1250 Ridge Rd., Mill Hall. 9am-5pm. An open house for remote controlled airplane, heli/quad-copter pilots and car drivers. Spectators welcome to watch as RC planes and quads are flown around the field. An oval dirt track is available for RC cars and trucks. Sponsored by Buzzard Field RC Club. (814)761-7853 / buzzardrc.com

October 10 – Autumn Festival in Renovo

Flaming Foliage Lot, Huron Ave., Renovo. 9am-? In place of the traditional PA State Flaming Foliage Festival, the FFF Committee hosts a one-day Autumn Festival, with craft & food vendors, kids contests, a basket raffle, plus homemade pies & funnel cakes. Supports the Flaming Foliage Festival. (570)923-2411

October 10 – Clinton Central Model Railroad Club Fall Train Meet

Clinton County Fairgrounds Main Pavilion, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. 10am-4pm. The Clinton Central Model Railroad Club hosts their annual gathering of quality dealers, who offer new & used model railroad trains and equipment, repair parts and model cars, trucks, old toys and buildings. $4 per adult; $5 per family; group rates available. Food, free parking, door prizes. Benefits projects at the Club’s home in the former New York Central Railroad Station in Castanea. (570)726-6826 / ccmrr.org

October 10 – Primitives Raffle Fundraiser

A 12 noon raffle featuring prizes from Mother Daughter Primitives, held live on their Facebook page. $25. Benefits Roads to Peace. (570)755-1030

Oct. 10 – Horses of Hope At-Home Bingo Party

7pm. Play bingo online from home. 10 regular games; jackpot $1,000 game. $50 packet or $160 for a 4-pack party pack. (570)295-2904 / (570)660-8308

October 11 – The Rich (Woolrich) Family Story – 2nd Sunday Program

Poorman Gallery, 352 East Water St., Lock Haven. 2-4pm. An American tale of immigration & success: the story of John Rich II and his place in local history. Hosted by the Clinton County Historical Society. (570)748-7254 / clintonpahistory.org

October 13 – Taco Tuesdays

Bland J. Rossman VFW Post 1630, 1110 East Water St., Lock Haven. 5:30-8pm. Enjoy regular or supreme tacos and nachos. Public welcome. (570)484-9082 / Fbk: Lock Haven VFW Post 1630

Oct. 15 – MilitaryShare Food Distribution

Castanea Fire Company Picnic Grounds, 859 Lower Creek Rd., Lock Haven. 9am-11am. Clinton County Veterans Affairs & Central PA Food Bank Military Share provide a free food distribution for eligible veterans/their families. jhagaman@clintoncountypa.com

Oct. 17 – All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet

Susquehanna Valley Big Twins Motorcycle Club House, 84 Harley Dr., Woolrich. 7-11am. Adults $10; Children 6-12 $6; under 5 free. svbtmc.com

Oct. 17 & 18 – Craft Vendors Appreciation Weekend at the Clinton County Fairgrounds

98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. 9am-4pm both days. In place of the traditional Christmas in the Barns crafts festival, the Clinton County Fair Association takes activities outside this year! Vendors Appreciation Weekend features craft and food vendors outside the barns. The Fair Association sells soups and apple dumplings to-go. Free admission & parking. (570)295-8887 or (570)660-4536 / clintoncountyfairpa.com

Oct. 17 – Youth ATV Safety Training Course 

24 Spoirtman Ln., Hyner. 9am-4pm. Training for youth ages 8-15, Hosted by Central Mountains ATV Association & Peifer Towing & Recovery. Pre-registration required – space is limited. todd@peifersfire.com

October 17 & 18 – Wilds Mountain Fest: Little Pine 5-Miler, Call of the Wilds 25 & 50K

Little Pine State Park, 4205 Little Pine Creek Rd., Waterville. The Little Pine 5-Miler Race on Saturday, starting at 10am is a beginner trail race suitable for runners and hikers of all ages and skill levels. The Call of the Wilds 25K and 50K races on Sunday trek participants through scenic Tiadaghton State Forest. The 50K, in only its second year, is already known as one of the toughest races out there! Sponsored by the PA Trail Dogs and part of the Rocksylvania Trail Series of races. patraildogs.com

Oct. 19-23 & 26-30 – Haunted Walking Tours

Ross Library 232 West Main St., Lock Haven. 7pm nightly, plus an 11pm late-night tour on Friday. The Lock Haven Paranormal Seekers host the approximate one-hour haunted walking tours, which feature different stories and locations each evening. $5 per person. Pre-registration and pre-pay are required. Bring a flashlight. Social distancing and masks are required. Proceeds benefit the Ross Library. (570)748-3321 / ross13@rosslibrary.org

Oct. 20 – Pine Creek Veterinary Trunk-or-Treat

Pine Creek Veterinary Associates, 2161 Woodward Ave., Lock Haven. 5:30-7pm. A Spooktacular Trunk-or-Treat. Adults, children & pets of all ages welcome. Sweets, treats, and a few give-aways. (570)769-6088 / Facebook: Pine Creek Veterinary Associates

October 21 – Lock Haven Kiwanis Club Curbside Pick-Up Spaghetti Dinner

Dunnstown Fire Hall, 119 Woodward Ave., Lock Haven. 4-7pm. The Lock Haven Kiwanis Club hosts a curbside pick-up only spaghetti dinner (in place of their inside dinner). $8 adults. Tickets available in advance from Club members & at the door. (570)660-0494

Oct. 22 – American Red Cross Blood Drive

Woolrich United Methodist Church, 1080 Park Ave., Woolrich. 10am-3pm. redcrossblood.org

October 23 – Hump Day Hike!

Tiadaghton State Forest, 10 Lower Pine Bottom Rd., Waterville. 6pm. A monthly, after-work evening hike. Expect a 2-4-mile hike (hike locations, lengths and difficulty levels change each month). Group meets the fourth Wednesday. Pre-registration required (limited group size). Meeting location emailed to registered participants (570)754-5409 / vicurtis@pa.gov

October 24 – ‘Fall in Mill Hall’ Craft Fair

Millbrook Playhouse Parking Lot, 258 Country Club Rd., Mill Hall. 9am-2pm. An outdoor craft & food vendor fair hosted by Millbrook Playhouse to benefit the Playhouse. Free parking & admission. (Rain date Oct. 25, 10am-3pm). (570)447-1124/busy2203@gmail.com

October 24 – Red Cross Blood Drive

Masonic Temple, 150 East Main St., Lock Haven. 10am-2pm. redcrossblood.org. 1-800-733-2767

Oct. 24 & 25 – Durty Dabbers Motorcycle Club Vintage & Modern Mototrials

274 Reservoir Rd., McElhattan. A sanctioned Mid-Atlantic Vintage Trials event Saturday at noon, followed by a kid’s fun event. Modern trials event starts 11am Sunday. $20 riders; $3 gate fee. Spectators welcome. Hosted by the Durty Dabbers Motorcycle Club. (570)726-6389 / durtydabbers.com

Oct. 28 – American Red Cross Blood Drive

Porter Twp. Activity Center, 216 Spring Run Rd., Mill Hall. 1-6pm. Register at: redcrossblood.org

Oct. 28-31 – Hooskow Chainsaw Carvers Festival

Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Rd., Mill Hall. A new, expanded location this year for this annual carving event. Chainsaw carvers in action from dawn to dusk – live demonstrations, a carver’s pit, and scheduled speed carves. Carvers offer their creations for sale, plus there’s an auction Saturday at 2pm with an opportunity to bid on items from each carver. Food vendors, door prizes, people’s choice awards and nightly entertainment. Free admission and parking. Sponsored by Jeff Donoughe Chainsaw Carving. (570)660-6373 / hooskow.com

October 31 – Fall Craft & Vendor Show

Avis Fire Company, 1 East Central Ave., Avis. 9am-2pm.Various craft vendors, food available to purchase, plus a trick-or-treat table set up for little ones. Sponsored by the Avis Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary. (570)753-3016 / (570)777-4073

October 31 – Book Brigade

Ross Library 232 West Main St., Lock Haven. 10am. A monthly discussion about a particular book. This month’s book is The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. Sponsored by the Annie Halenbake Ross Library. (570)748-3321 / ross13@rosslibrary.org

Events courtesy of the Clinton County Visitors Bureau, www.ClintonCountyInfo.com

NEWSLETTER

Today's breaking news and more in your inbox

I'm interested in (please check all that apply)
   

COMMENTS

Starting at $4.39/week.

Subscribe Today