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Farmer’s Market

open Saturdays

LOCK HAVEN — The City of Lock Haven and Downtown Lock Haven Inc. are hosting “Market Village on Main-Farmer’s Market” every Saturday through Labor Day.

The Market runs from 9 a.m. to noon in the Main Street parking lot in downtown Lock Haven.

Fresh, locally sourced fruits and vegetables, baked goods, condiments, and organic frozen meats, mushrooms, and eggs. Vendors include: Simone’s Bakery, Sugar Valley 4-H, Polecat Hollow Farms, and It Is What It Is. Cash, Card, and EBT accepted.

Meanwhile, the market has plenty of space for more vendors.

If you are interested in selling your fresh fruit, produce, organic food, or flowers, Market Village on Main — Farmer’s Market” wants to hear from you.

If you would like to learn more, please contact Downtown Lock Haven at 570-748-1576

Centre County BOC meeting canceled

BELLEFONTE — Notice is hereby given that the Centre County Board of Commissioners’ meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021 has been cancelled for the

Board to attend the County Commissioners’ Association of Pennsylvania Conference.

Regularly scheduled Tuesday meetings will resume at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021 in Room 146 of the Willowbank Building.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this notice, please feel free to contact the Commissioners’ Office at (814) 355-6700.

LHU professor

presents at lecture

series in Bangladesh

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University professor, Dr. Mohamed Khalequzzaman, recently spoke at the International Lecture Series organized by National Oceanographic and Maritime Institute in Bangladesh. His presentation was on Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100 (BDP2100).

His audience included faculty members and students from major universities and policymakers from institutions in Bangladesh who are associated with implementation of the BDP2100.

The presentation was based on knowledge and field experience gained by Khalequzzaman from research and teaching in coastal settings in the U.S.

The content of the presentation will be incorporated into courses that Khalequzzaman teaches at LHU. “The students at LHU will gain insights about real-world coastal environmental issues that the people are facing in a different geographic setting,” Khalequzzaman said.

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