Around the Town
and Happy Birthday to Skip Counsil, 68, Pam Rolley and Kristen Barzona.
Quote of the Day
“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”
— Walt Disney
Word of the Day
Canary — A small finch, native to the Canary Islands, having greenish to yellow color, and known for its melodious song; a bright yellow color; an informer.
Live edge tables, jewelry,watercolor, baskets soaps and candles, photography, fiber arts, notecards and more will be on display at the Pine Creek Artisans Show to be held at the Cammal Community Center, 145 Railroad St., Cammal, on Saturday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, May 30, from noon to 4 p.m. Free admission, handicapped accessible. Cash or check.
Hometown Hero Banner Program
Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. is selling Hometown Hero Banners for the 2021-22 streetlight banner program. The banners can honor a veteran, an emergency responder, or, new this banner round, a front-line health care worker. The banners will be unveiled and introduced during a special ceremony in August and will hang on streetlights in Lock Haven for the next two years. New banners cost $200; reprinted banners are $100; and to hang a previously printed banner is $50. (570)748-1576 / lockhaven.org
The Downtown Lock Haven’s Little Red Libraries are for reading material only. There have been well meaning people putting in dog biscuits, knitted items and other things in the Little Red Libraries. Due to COVID-19, we will remove anything other than suitable reading materials from the libraries. No stickers with QR codes and other types of signs are allowed be put onto the Libraries and will also be removed from the Little Red Libraries. They are there for children and adults to enjoy and select reading materials. The Downtown Lock Haven Rotary plans to put up two more Little Red Libraries this year.