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Scranton After Dark

Scranton After Dark

The Catlin House, along with the Lackawanna Historical Society, presents Scranton After Dark at 7pm on Friday September 17th. Partake in the guided walking tour for haunted tales of some of the area’s most notorious buildings! Tickets are $15, reservations are required and can be obtained through the historical society. MORE

Gary Michak Memorial Ride

Gary Michak Memorial Ride

The Gary Michak Memorial Ride will take place at Grotto Pizza on September 18th at 8am. The ride includes breakfast and helps fund the  Gary A. Michak Memorial Scholarship Fund with all proceeds going to support the children’s programs of the Wilkes-Barre Family YMCA. The ride is about 26 miles long, however participants are welcome to bike as much or as little as they’d…MORE

St Nicholas Church Flea Market

 St Nicholas church, 140 church St. in Old Forge, is having their annual flea market September 18 & 19. Ethnic foods and refreshments available along with a bake sale. MORE

28th Cancer Survivors Day

28th Cancer Survivors Day

The Northeast Regional Cancer Institute is celebrating the 28th Cancer Survivors Day by holding 2 events! The first is September 18th from 10am-noon at McDade Park in Scranton, and the second September 25th from 10am-noon at Kirby Park in Wilkes-Barre. Both events are free to attend will include a Circle of Survivors, light refreshment and survivors’ ribbons and pins. To register, visit cancernepa.org. MORE

Downtown Scranton St. Patricks Day Parade

It may not be March anymore, but the luck of the Irish visits Downtown Scranton for the annual St. Patrick’s Parade September 18th! Postponed due to Covid, the parade kicks off at 11:45am following the The Brian P. Kelly Memorial 2-Mile Race at 11 a.m.  Stop by for all your favorite sights and sounds, and get your Irish on! MORE

Rick’s Fun Run

Rick’s Fun Run

The 3rd annual Rick’s Color Fun Run will be held September 19th at Birchwood Pavillion in Plains Twp.  The event was created in memory of local resident Rick Musto, who lost his battle to cancer in 2018. Proceeds from the event benefit cancer research, and this year’s event includes food trucks, a dunk tank, raffle baskets and more! Register and learn…MORE

Wilkes Barre St. Patricks Day Parade

Wilkes Barre St. Patricks Day Parade

Put on some Green and head to Downtown Wilkes-Barre for 2pm Sunday September 19th for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Festivities commence on the Sunday before the Feast of St. Patrick at 10 a.m. with the Renal Race, a 3.1 mile run to raise awareness and funds for kidney cancer research. The Parade begins at…MORE

Pittston Prohibition

Pittston Prohibition

Join the Downtown Pittston Partnership on Sunday, September 19th for the first Pittston Prohibition! There will be live music, beer, wine, ciders, spirits, food trucks & vendors, cornhole tournaments, and much more. Featuring Special Guest…The Badlees! Reunited more than 10 years after playing their first full concert!!! 2-6pmMORE

Pittston Farmer’s Market

The Pittston Farmers’ Market is located at the Tomato Festival lot off of South Main Street in Pittston. It’s open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Thanksgiving. Shop local and browse through everything from produce and bread to wine and popcorn!   MORE

Creekside Gardens Pumpkin Walk

Creekside Gardens Pumpkin Walk

Creekside Gardens in Tunkhannock is hosting a weekly Pumpkin Walk every Wednesday through Halloween! Walk through the garden and complete an iSpy ticket, take photos and more! Walks run every 2 hours from 10am to 4pm. Tickets are 10 per person, kids 3 and under are free! MORE

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