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MAY EVENTS

May 1
Sentimental Journey Fly-In Pancake Breakfast
W.T. Piper Memorial Airport, Hangar 1, Lock Haven. 8 am – 12:00 pm. Fly in or drive in! All you can eat pancake and sausage breakfast. AvSport of Lock Haven Discovery Flights also available. Piper Museum open that day 9 am – 4 pm. Call (570) 893-4200 / www.sentimentaljourneyfly-in.com

May 1
Renovo Community Choir “Follow the River” Spring Concert
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 9th Street, Renovo. 3pm. Marks the kick-off of Renovo Borough’s 150th anniversary celebration. Songs will highlight the community’s heritage. Will include a historic video presentation compiled by the Greater Renovo Area Heritage Park Association. Call: (570) 923-1097

May 1
Kids Fishing Derby
Liberty Township Sportsman’s Association, 9 am. www.libertysportsman.com

May 10, 17, 24 & 31
Clinton County Farmers & Flea Market
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 8 am – 2 pm every Tuesday. An indoor market of crafts and flea market items, seasonal fruits and vegetables, plants, food and more. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

May 6
Windy City Kicker Golf Classic
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. 8:30 am breakfast; 9:30 am shotgun start; 2:30 pm awards dinner. Area native and Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould hosts this fundraiser for The Goulden Touch, which supports a number of local youth and recreation programs. Call: (310) 987-9848 / www.gouldentouch.org

May 6
Jersey Shore Hospital – 22nd Annual Golf Classic
Registration at 10 am / Start at 12 pm Shotgun Scramble. Special lunch for all golfers after registration and prior to play. Various contests and prizes. Call: (570) 398-3182 / www.jsh.org

May 6
5th Annual Sports Night & Fine Arts Auction
Belles Springs Country Barn, 571 Fairground Road, Mill Hall, 6:30 pm. This Clinton County United Way fundraising event features a silent and live auction, as well as the awarding of a “Sportsman of the Year.” A fun-filled evening that includes music, food and beverage. Benefits the Clinton County United Way and its 16 partner agencies. Call: (570) 748-7856 / www.clintoncountyunitedway.org

May 7
Native Plant Sale
Clinton County Penn State Extension Office, 47 Cooperation Lane, Mill Hall. 9 am – 12 pm. Annual plant sale sponsored by the Master Gardeners of Clinton County. A nice selection of native perennials and wildflower seeds. Call: (570) 726-0022, ext. 3828 / http://extension.psu.edu/clinton

May 7
5K and 10K Fun Run
Tea Springs, Loganton, 1 pm. $20 adults, $15 ages 12 -17 and free for ages 11 and under. Sponsored by the Sugar Valley Historical Society. Call: (570) 725-2875 / www.svhistory.org

May 12
PA CareerLink® Clinton County Career Fair
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 10 am – 2 pm. Call: (570) 893-4022

May 12 – 14
3rd Annual Energy Invitational Spring Turkey Hunt & Industry Expo
Castanea Fire Company Picnic Grounds, 859 Lower Creek Road, Lock Haven. Opening banquet and industry Expo Thursday evening; Turkey hunt, weigh-in and Industry Expo on Friday; Hunt, Bar-B-Que, awards and Industry Expo on Saturday. Hosted by the National Wild Turkey Federation and The Tri-M Group. Call: (570) 220-1535 / rsmith@nwtf.net

May 13 – 15
Central Pennsylvania Spring Outdoor Show
Bill’s Happy Camper RV Sales & Service, 15 North Water Street, Mill Hall.  Friday and Saturday 10 am – 7 pm;  Sunday 1 – 5 pm. Bill’s Happy Camper, Miller’s Gun Shop and Dotterer Equipment Inc. are teaming up to host this outdoor show. Food and vendor displays, live music, $1,500 in prizes, children’s activities.  Call: (570) 726-7400 / www.billshappycamper.com

May 13 – 15
Renovo Sesquicentennial Celebration
The celebration of the community’s 150th anniversary will focus on Renovo’s heritage and include a parade and a variety of festivities all three days. Call: (570) 923-2612

May 13 – 15
Trek The Tiadaghton Hiking Weekend
Tiadaghton State Forest. Hikers will be able to explore new and exciting parts of the Tiadaghton that are only seen when hiking with a DCNR guide.  Call: (717) 766-9690 / shaxby@kta-hike.org

May 14
Susquehanna Council Boy Scout Outdoor Expo
Lime Bluff Recreation Area, Elm Drive, Hughesville. 9 am – 4 pm. Exhibits include the National Guard rock climbing wall and equipment, pioneering and team building. dlreynolds@comcast.net / rtbeiter@yahoo.com / www.facebook.com/candi.poff.5

May 14 (Rain Date May 15)
Lock Haven Moose Riders 5th Annual Dice Run
Lock Haven Moose Lodge #100, 150 South Hanna Street, Lock Haven. Registration 10 am – noon. Includes a chicken Bar-B-Q, trophie awards, raffle and door prize. Email: lsummers55@gmail.com

May 14
Good Old Days – Sugar Valley Historical Society
Booneville Campground. 9 am – 3 pm. A celebration of Sugar Valley’s Heritage. Sugar maple boil, sheep to show, butter churning, antique tractor and classic car show, craft and flea market, civil war display, cannon shooting, and more. Call: (570) 725-3498 / www.svhistory.org

May 14
Bald Eagle Bird Day
Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Road, Howard, 9 am. Bird watch by boat, build a bluebird house, experience live mammals and raptors, collect avian data, view birds through a high-powered scope, and take part in a woodcock trot to conclude the day. Call: (814) 625-9369 / www.dcnr.state.pa.us        

May 14
3rd Annual Armed Forces Day Run
Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Road, Howard, pavilion 6.  Registration 8:30 am, pre-race ceremony 9:45 am,  race starts at 10 am. A 3.6-mile trail run or 1.5-mile walk. In honor of Armed Forces Day, participants are encouraged to wear patriotic clothing. Proceeds benefit Clinton County Veterans, Team Red White & Blue, and Toys for Tots. Call: (570) 893-4339 / http://www.clintoncountypa.com/VeteransAffairs/

May 14
Robin Hood – A Millbrook Playhouse Children’s Performance
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall, 10 am. A Millbrook youth performance, written and directed by Shannon Agnew.  Student tickets $5.  Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

May 15
Lock Haven Catholic School Eagle Trek Trail Hike/Run
Zindel Park, McElhattan. 12 pm. 12-mile hike/run; 6-mile hike/run; or 1-mile family walk. Proceeds benefit the Lock Haven Catholic School. Call: (570) 748-7252 / www.lhcs.org

May 15
Lady Warriors Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. 8:30 am registration; 9 am shotgun start. Benefits Lady Warrior Softball. Call: (570) 506-7239 / http://www.clintoncountryclub.com/

May 20 - 21
S.A.I.N.T.S Youth Group Yard Sale
Lock Haven First Church of Christ, 330 North Vesper Street, Lock Haven. Friday, 8 am – 4 pm and Saturday, 8 am – noon. The yard sale will be held in the Fellowship Hall.  All proceeds help offset church youth activities. Call: (570) 748-3519

May 20 - 21
Relay For Life of Clinton County
Riverview Park, 86 Riverside Terrace, Lock Haven, 4 pm – 4 pm. The American Cancer Society’s signature activity. Teams camp out and members take turns walking around the track over the 24-hour period. Entertainment,  activities, and ceremonies, including a Survivor Reception, Survivor Lap, Survivor, Fight Back and Luminaria ceremonies. Call: (570) 367-1776 / www.relayforlife.org/paclintoncounty

May 20 – 21
Clinton County Residential Tire Collection Day
Wayne Township Landfill, 337 Pine Mountain Road, McElhattan. Friday, 8 am – 4 pm and Saturday, 8 am – noon. Free to Clinton County residents. Up to 12 car and/or light truck tires accepted. Proof of residency required. Call: (570) 769-6977 / www.waynetwplandfill.com

May 20 – June 12
Invitational Artist Series: Tom Svec
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Featuring the works of furniture designer and local craftsman, Tom Svec. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Opening reception 5/20 from 6 – 9 pm. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

May 21
International Learn to Fly Day
Piper Memorial Airport, 353 Proctor Street, Hangar One, Lock Haven. 10 am – 5 pm.  Touch the sky at the home of the Piper Cub and birthplace of sport aviation. Meet the students, pilots and instructors at AvSport of Lock Haven. Take a look at the newest Light Sport trainer, try your hand at the flight simulator, and enjoy a Discovery Flight for a modest fee. Call: (570) 748-3725 / www.avsport.org

May 21 – 22
Control Lines around Piper
William T. Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven. Control Line model airplane flying, demonstrations and education. Spectators welcome. Sponsored by Wings of Williamsport Radio Controlled Model Club. Call: (570) 560-4306 / www.wingsoverpiper.com

May 21
Porter Township 175th anniversary Variety Talent Show
Old Porter School/Community Building. Talent show, crafts, food and more. Call: (570) 962-2848 or (570) 726-6635 / www.portertownshippa.com

May 21
Kettle Creek Birding Festival
Kettle Creek State Park.  10 am – 4 pm.  Celebrate the spring migration! Come enjoy presentations from Shaver’s Creek Birds of Prey, pontoon boat tours on the Lake, bird walks, craft tables and more. Call: (570) 923-6004

May 22
Blessing of the Bikes
Bald Eagle United Presbyterian Church, 111 Main Street, Mill Hall, 10:30 am. All denominations are welcome. Bikes blessing at 11:15 am, refreshments provided and parking is available beside the church. Call: (570) 726-4112 / bepresby.org

May 26 – 30
Carving at the Hoos Kow Spring Chainsaw Carving Exhibition
Restless Oaks Restaurant, McElhattan. Five days of chainsaw carving demos, displays, and sales. Call: (570) 660-6373

May 27
A Great Place to Grow Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. 8 am. 18 hole scramble with hole-in-one prizes. Hosted by the Lock Haven Catholic School. Call: 570-748-7252 / www.lhcs.org

May 27
Lobster and Shrimp Sale
City of Lock Haven William T. Piper Memorial Airport. Live Maine lobster, frozen lobster tail and shrimp. Pre-orders required. Seafood delivered the Friday of Memorial Day weekend for pick-up at the airport. Supports the Williamsport-based Civil Air Patrol Squadron 401. Call: (570) 971-7545 / edwatsonlhv@gmail.com

May 27 – 30
Hyner Hang Gliding Club Memorial Day Weekend
Hyner View State Park, Hyner. Weather permitting. Hang gliders and paragliders converge for a weekend of flight. Contact: president@hynerclub.com / www.hynerclub.com

May 28
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: James and the Giant Peach
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

May 28
Kid’s Fishing Derby
Cross Fork. Registration starts 9 am, fishing 10 am – 1 pm. Chicken Bar-B-Que at noon. Sponsored by the Cross Fork Sportsmen’s Club. Proceeds support the Club’s fish and game program. Call: (570) 923-1516 / (570) 923-1105.

May 28
Fly Tying for Beginners
Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Road, Howard, 9 am – 12 pm. Learn how to tie flies, discover the importance of water quality, and use the flies you made to attract hungry fish! All materials provided. Cost for this program series is $10. Call: (814) 625-9369 / www.dcnr.state.pa.us

May 28 – 30
Flags of Honor
Triangle Park, Lock Haven. A Memorial Day weekend American Flag display honoring people past and present. Sponsorships are $35 per flag. A placard identifies each honoree. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Downtown Lock Haven. Call: (570) 660-2012 / clove56@comcast.net

May 29
Fish-for-Free Day
Fish-for-Free Day allows anyone (PA resident or non-resident) to legally fish on Pennsylvania waterways on this designated day with no fishing license required. Contact: www.fishandboat.com

June 3, 10, 17, & 24
“Walk the Past” Historic Walking Tour of Lock Haven
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven. Each historic walking tour begins at 7 pm at the Ross Library and proceeds along a different route through Lock Haven. Friday nights in June and July. Join historian Lou Bernard for an easy, relaxed paced walk as he highlights local history. No cost. Call: (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

June 3
Summer Concert: Biscuit Jam
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Americana music from Biscuit Jam; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.  Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

June 4
Kels Lomison Mud Run
Clinton County Fairground, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 9 am. Mud run for both adults and children. Individual and teams welcome. Flea and craft vendors, entertainment on the main stage. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

June 4
3rd Annual Home Brews in the Barn
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

June 4
5th Annual Trash to Treasure Yard Sale
LHU East Campus Gym, Lock Haven, 9 am – 3 pm (7:30 am – 9 am early bird $5 admission).  Hosted by the Clinton County United Way in partnership with Lock Haven University.  This all-day “community yard sale” has items ranging from clothing to furniture. Proceeds benefit the residents of Clinton County. Call: (570) 748-7856 / www.clintoncountyunitedway.org

June 4 - 5
Durty Dabbers Dual Sport
Castanea Fire Company Picnic Grounds, 859 Lower Creek Road, Lock Haven, 9 am. The Dirty Dabbers Trials and Dual Sport Motorcycle Club hosts this 100-mile non-competitive ride through the mountains and forests of Central PA. Saturday’s course utilizes the Bald Eagle State Forest, while Sunday’s course includes private land as well as the Sproul State Forest. Call: (570) 748-9456 / www.durtydabbers.com

June 7, 14, 21 & 28
Clinton County Flea & Farmers Market
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 8 am – 2 pm every Tuesday. An indoor market of crafts and flea market items, seasonal fruits and vegetables, plants, food and more. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

June 9 - 19
Smoke on the Mountain
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall.  The opening performance of Millbrook Playhouse’s 53rd season! This musical tells the story of the Sanders family and their Saturday Night Gospel concert at the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in 1938. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

June 10
Summer Concert: Lockport Drifters
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Blue Grass, Americana music from Lockport Drifters; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.  Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

June 11
6th Annual Renovo ATV Cruise for a Cure
Heritage Park, Renovo. 7 am – 6 pm. The Bucktail Medical Center Relay for Life team and the Central Mountains ATV Association team up to host an approximate three hour, 40-mile guided ATV ride. Includes a chicken Bar-B-Q dinner. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Call: (570) 531-6127

June 11
Porter Township 175th Anniversary Festival
Clintondale/Lamar area. Parade at 2 pm, sponsored by the Nittany Valley Fire Company. Festival will be held at the Porter Township Community Center. Food, music, and games followed by fireworks at 9 pm. Call: (570) 726-6271

June 12
Remembering Carter Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, Mill Hall, 9 am start. The senior project of Central Mountain High School student Alexis Anastos is a fundraiser for the Carter Allison Scholarship Fund at the High School.  Call:  (570) 295-1202

June 16 – 18
Smoked Country Jam Blue Grass Festival
Quiet Oaks Campground, 88 Quiet Oaks Lane, Cross Fork. The 12th annual festival, featuring 20 national and regional performers, 45 hours of music. Two performing stages, workshops and jamming. Three-day Lupus auction, children’s activities. PA Heritage song writing contest and festival vendors. Call: (570) 660-0562 / www.smokedcountryjam.com

June 16 – 26
The Marvelous Wonderettes: Caps and Gowns
Millbrook Playhouse, Poorman Cabaret Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. Those zany ladies are back in the sequel to the super hit The Marvelous Wonderettes. Let’s go back to 1958; it’s graduation time for the Wonderettes. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

June 17       
Summer Concert: Nick Fiasco
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Frank Sinatra Tribute music from Nick Fiasco; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.   Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

June 17 – 19
Clinton Country Club Men’s Invitational Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. Call: (570) 748-6061 / www.clintoncountryclub.com

June 17 – July 10
Regional Juried 2D & 3D Art Exhibit
The Station Gallery, 3 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 6/17 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

June 18
Lock Haven to Bellefonte Train Ride
Leaving from Walnut and Henderson Streets, Lock Haven. Train departs at 9:30 am.  Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. is the host for the 2016 Train Excursion, which travels to Bellefonte in historically restored cars pulled by diesel locomotive power. There will be a layover in Bellefonte allowing passengers to enjoy Talleyrand Park and the Bellefonte Car Cruise. $30 per person; free for children under age two. Call: (570) 748-1576 / www.downtownlockhaven.org

June 18
“Project Wild” Teacher Workshop
Bald Eagle State Park’s Environmental Learning Center, 149 Main Park Road, Howard, 9 am – 3:30 pm. Project Wild is a hands-on course for teachers of grades K-12. Participants learn how to incorporate concepts on wildlife, habitats, populations, wildlife management and conservation, and other ecological concepts into their classroom through the Project Wild curricula. Call: (814) 625-9369 / www.dcnr.state.pa.us

June 18 - 19
Tiadaghton Elm Canoe/Kayak Challenge and the Keystone Challenge
McElhattan Boat Launch, Pine Access. Registration begins at 8 am and the first race starts at 11 am. Various classes and distance courses.  The Tiadaghton Challenge starts and ends in McElhattan, while the Keystone Challenge starts in McElhattan the first day, and in Lock Haven the second day.  Call: (570) 660-5085 / www.lhnational.com

June 18 & 25, July 2 & 30, August 6
Peace, Love and Cupcakes
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 10 am. Children’s theatre performance, for audiences age six and up! Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

June 19
Summer Concert on the River: Justin Fabus Band
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy Country music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

June 21 – 25
31st Annual Sentimental Journey to Cub Haven Fly-In
William T. Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven. Gates open 9 am daily. A family-oriented fly-in. Fly or drive in – open to the public. This year’s featured plane is the Piper J-3 Cub (PA’s official state aircraft). Static displays, fly-bys, forums, contests, tours, corn boil and other great food, nightly live band entertainment. Primitive camping and RV. Call: (570) 893-4200 / www.sentimentaljourneyfly-in.com

June 24
Summer Concert: The Lindy Sisters
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Big Band and Swing music from The Lindy Sisters; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.  Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

June 24 - 25
Bald Eagle Knap-In
Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Road, Howard. This exciting two-day festival transports you back to a time of primitive life through hands-on programming and exhibits. Watch, participate, and learn how the Native Americans lived during this immersion of cultural history. Call: (814) 625-9369 / www.dcnr.state.pa.us

June 24 – 26
Great Island Race Series 2016
Woodward Township. Boat Launch, Swissdale Road. Lock Haven. 8 am. Full 5K Kayak, 25K Bike, 6K Run. Mini-Sprint, 1K Kayak, 8K Bike and 2K Run.  Individual and teams welcome. Sponsored by the Lock Haven Rotary Club. Call: (580) 660-5657 / TriGIAT@gmail.com / www.GreatIslandRaceSeries.org

June 24 - 26
Astrology for Beginners Retreat
Sue’s Salves Herbal Retreat, 143 Crystal Beach Road, Mill Hall. Enjoy an astrological retreat in the intimacy of a private country home nestled along the beautiful Bald Eagle Creek in the heart of Pennsylvania.  Call: (570) 726-3028 / www.suesalves.com

June 24 - July 2
Steel Magnolias
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. The story centers on Shelby, who moves from wedding to childbirth to medical complications with a love of life and a willingness to face its possibilities bravely. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

June 25
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: The Odyssey
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

June 25
Woolrich Woolen Mill Tours
1039 Park Avenue, Woolrich. Take a free tour of an historic Woolen Mill.  Tour times: 1:00 and 1:30 pm. Advance registration needed. Call: (570) 769-7401 / www.woolrich.com

June 25
Best of Clinton County Summer Festival & Parade
Main Street, Lock Haven. 10 am – 3 pm. Parade begins at 1 pm. Celebrating Clinton County’s past, present and future! Food vendors, arts and crafts, live music, children’s activities, and more. Fun for the whole family in downtown Lock Haven. Call: (748) 1576 / www.lockhaven.org

June 25
Porter Township 175th Anniversary Farm Tour
Paul Dotterer & Sons Farm and Fox Hollow Farm (Blair Courter Family Farm), 11:30 am – 3:30 pm. Wagon rides from one farm to another. Call: (570) 660-2222 or (570) 726-6271

June 25
Rattle my Trail 5K (road run) and 25K (trail run)
Kettle Creek Hose Company, 7 Firehouse Lane, Cross Fork. Registration at 6 am; races begin at 7 am. Call: (717) 266-2227 / www.usroadrunning.com

June 25
Night Flight Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. Registration/Dinner 6 – 8 pm; first tee 6:30 pm; last tee 9 pm; after party 10:30 pm. Join the Keystone Central Foundation for the first annual night time golf tournament. All proceeds will benefit the students of Keystone Central School District. Call: (570) 893-4900 ext. 2314 / aharding@kcsd.k12.pa.us

June 25 – 26
44th Annual Cross Fork Snake Hunt
Kettle Creek Hose Company, 7 Firehouse Lane, Cross Fork. Includes adult and kid snake challenges, refreshments, raffles, horseshoe tournament, flea market, and educational talks. Fireman’s Parade Saturday at noon. Sponsored by Kettle Creek Hose Co. #1 of Stewardson and Leidy Townships.  Benefits Kettle Creek Hose Company. Call: (570) 923-2111 / kettlecreek26fire@hughes.net / www.kettlecreekhoseco.com

June 26
Garden Tour 2016
Heisey Museum, 362 East Water Street, Lock Haven. 1 – 5 pm. This self-guided tour sponsored by the Clinton County Historical Society starts at the Heisey Museum and includes visits to several beautiful gardens in the area. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

June 26
Summer Concert on the River: Snug
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy Classic and New Rock music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 1 - 2
Steel Magnolias
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. The story of a group of strong and beautiful women who cluster around Truvy’s Beauty Parlor in a small Louisiana parish. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 1
Summer Concert: Deacons of Dixieland
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Dixieland music from Deacons of Dixieland; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.  Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 1 - 16
Unnecessary Farce
Millbrook Playhouse, Poorman Cabaret Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. The stage adaptation of the Hitchcock thriller. Two cops. Three crooks. Eight doors. Go. A smash hit! Two hours of non-stop laughter. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 1 - 4
Hyner Hang Gliding Club Fourth of July Weekend
Hyner View Park Overlook, Hyner. Weather permitting. Hang gliders and paragliders converge for a weekend of flight. Email: president@hynerclub.com / www.hynerclub.com

July 1, 8, 15, 22
“Walk the Past” Historic Walking Tour of Lock Haven
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven. Each historic walking tour begins at 7 pm at the Ross Library and proceeds along a different route through Lock Haven. Friday nights in June and July. Join historian Lou Bernard for an easy, relaxed paced walk as he highlights local history. No cost. Call: (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

July 2, 2016 
Sharing Hope Ministries 10th Annual Benefit Auction
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mill Hall. Homestyle Breakfast begins at 7:30 am and Auction begins at 8:30 am.  Three auction blocks running all day selling primarily new items. Including Amish made quilts, household furniture & home decor, lawn furniture, sheds, lawn & garden tools, gift certificates, and more.  Lunch and a large selection of baked goods also available. Call: (570) 726-4673 / shmrelief@gmail.com

July 2 & 30, August 6
Peace, Love and Cupcakes
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 10 am. Children’s theatre performance, for audiences age six and up! Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 3
Summer Concert on the River: Chubby Kid Runnin & Classic Rock Revival
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy 80’s Rock & Classic Rock music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 3
Central PA Street Machines Annual Car Show
Castanea Picnic Grounds, Lock Haven, 9 am – 2 pm. All types of cars, trucks, and motorcycles welcome. Numerous awards presented. Free admission, food vendors. All proceeds benefit local charities. Call: (814) 625-2756 / (814) 360-6280 / www.centralpastreetmachines.org

July 4
Fish-for-Free Day
Fish-for-Free Day allows anyone (PA resident or non-resident) to legally fish on Pennsylvania waterways on this designated day with no fishing license required. www.fishandboat.com

July 5, 12, 19 & 26
Clinton County Flea & Farmers Market
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 8 am – 2 pm every Tuesday. An indoor market of crafts and flea market items, seasonal fruits and vegetables, plants, food and more. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

July 7 - 9
Woodward Township Riverfest
316 Coudersport Pike Road, Lock Haven. Sponsored by the Woodward Township Recreation Committee and held at the Woodward Township Boat Launch area. Arts & crafts, games, food & live music. Saturday features the annual Duck Derby and popular Cardboard Boat Races. Call: (570) 748-6871

July 8
Summer Concert: Keystone Society of Swing
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Big Band, Swing music from Keystone Society of Swing; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.   Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 8 - 17
Disney’s The Little Mermaid
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. Based on the classic animated musical -- a hauntingly beautiful love story for all ages. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 9
Free Outdoor Movie: Back to the Future
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Ave. & West Main Street, Lock Haven. Starts at dusk. Rated PG. Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket. Sponsored by Lock Haven Hospital and part of the City of Lock Haven’s free outdoor movie series. Call: (570) 893-5900 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 10
Sunday at the Furnace
Farrandsville Furnace, Farrandsville, 2 – 4 pm. This Clinton County Historical Society program highlights the early technology behind construction of the first iron-producing hot blast furnace in North American. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

July 10
Summer Concert on the River: Chris Ruble Band
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy Country music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 14 - 16
Central PA Auto Auction 15th Annual Antique & Classic Auction
41 Airstrip Drive, Mill Hall. Open to the public. Come to watch or buy! Call: 1-800-248-8026 / www.cpaautoauction.com
 
July 15
Summer Concert: Gift, Troutman & Gift
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Variety music from Gift, Troutman & Gift; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.   Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 15 – August 17
Humor, Wit & Whimsy Juried Exhibit
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

July 17
Summer Concerts on the River: Ghost Light Radio Show
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy Rock, Variety music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org
 
July 18 - 23
“The Littles” Theatre Camp: The Fractured Fairy Tales
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 9 am – 1 pm. Six- to eight-year-olds (grades one through four) are invited to participate! Performances August 21 & 22. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 20
Healthy Aging through Local Harvest Workshop
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 3 pm. No cost, hands-on workshop designed to help older adults live longer, healthier lives through healthy cooking. Registration required. Call: (570) 858-5820
 
July 21 - 23
5th Annual Holy Spirit Parish Fair
St. Agnes Church, 7 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven. Starting at 5 pm each day. Enjoy homemade foods, a basket raffle, new games for both children and adults, live music. Call: (570) 748-4594 / www.holyspiritlockhaven.org

July 22 - 23
Youth Kayak Adventure Camp!
Bald Eagle State Park, 149 Main Park Rd. Howard. Team up with the park naturalist for two days of aquatic recreation and education! This camp for youth ages 12-16 will teach basic kayaking skills, paddling techniques, watershed education, and will include a trip down the Bald Eagle Creek! Kayaks and gear will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own equipment. $25 per camper with additional $25 kayak rental fee. Pre-registration required. Call (814) 625-9369 / www.dcnr.state.pa.us
 
July 22
Summer Concert: Shoreliners
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Polka, Variety music from Shoreliners; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 22 - 31
Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: a Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Millbrook Playhouse, Poorman Cabaret Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. Get your deerstalker cap on--the play’s afoot! A fast-paced story about everyone’s favorite detective solving his most notorious case. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

July 23
Sproul 10K Race
Western Clinton Sportsman’s Nature & Environmental Center, 20 Camp Lane, Hyner, 10 am. A 10K trail race in Sproul State Forest. A grueling three miles to the top of McCloskey Mountain and then a screaming 3.5 miles down to the finish. Known as the Toughest 10K in PA! Contact: patraildogs@yahoo.com / www.hikerun.com

July 23
Porter Township 175th Anniversary Home, Business & Garden Tour
Old Porter School/Community Building, 1 – 4 pm. Call: (570) 962-2848 or (570) 726-6635 / www.portertownshippa.com

July 23 - 24
Rattlesnake Enduro
Quite Oaks Campground, 88 Quiet Oaks Lane, Cross Fork. AMA National Enduro Series: KTM factory rides on Saturday; race on Sunday beginning at 9 am. Call: (570) 923-2386 / www.ber.us

July 23
Free Outdoor Movie: Inside Out
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Ave. & West Main Street, Lock Haven. Starts at dusk. Rated PG. Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket. Sponsored by Lock Haven Hospital and part of the City of Lock Haven’s free outdoor movie series. Call: (570) 893-5900 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 24
Summer Concert on the River: Hybrid Ice
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm. The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy Classic Rock music the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 29 - 31
Keystone Trails Association “Prowl the Sprou1” Hiking Weekend
Western Clinton Sportsmen’s Association, 161 Sportsmen Lane, North Bend. Spend a weekend, or just a day hiking with DCNR staff and KTA hike leaders in some of the most rugged and remote forestland in PA. Camp and feast with fellow hikers, attend KTA’s programs, and enjoy three days of hiking off the beaten path! Call: (717) 238-7017 / www.kta-hike.org

July 29 – August 7
Rock of Ages
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. This Tony Award nominated Broadway musical features the hits of bands including Night Ranger, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar, Twisted Sister, and many others. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org
 
July 29
Summer Concert: Bellefonte Community Band
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm. Variety music from Bellefonte Community Band; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven.   Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

July 30
Christmas in July & Cow Puckie Bingo
Flaming Foliage Lot, 12th Street & Huron Avenue, Renovo. The second annual “Christmas in July” festival, featuring the famous Cow Puckie Bingo. Food, crafts, Christmas games and contests including Christmas Cookie Wars and an Ugly Sweater contest. Proceeds support the annual Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage Festival. Call: (570) 923-2411

July 30
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: The Right Stuff
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

July 30
Woolrich 3rd Annual Youth in the Outdoors Expo
Woolrich Park, Woolrich. Call: (570) 769-6464
 
July 30 – August 6
44th Annual Clinton County Fair
98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. “We have good things growing” is the theme for this year’s Clinton County Fair. Agricultural displays, 4-H exhibits, various competitions, games, rides, and family entertainment! Call: (570) 726-4148 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

July 31
Summer Concert on the River: The Reagan Years
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 6:30 – 9 pm The City’s free summer concert series. Enjoy 80’s Tribute music from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 1 – 13
Teen Performing Arts Academy – Into the Woods Jr.
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 9 am – 4 pm daily. 13- to 18-year-olds (9th through 12th graders) are invited to participate! Performances August 12 & 13. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

August 5 – 7
Wings Over Piper
William T. Piper Memorial Airport, Lock Haven. Radio controlled model airplane enthusiasts get plenty of flight time during this annual event, sponsored by Wings of Williamsport Radio Controlled Model Club. Vendors, food, contests and demos – something for all ages. Spectators welcome. Call: (570) 560-4306 / www.wingsoverpiper.com

August 5
7th Annual Marcellus Shale/ Tree House Fund Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall, 12:00 pm. A charity event raising funds to support programming and projects that benefit children and youth in the north central PA.  Call: (570) 321-1500 / www.fcfpartnership.org
 
August 5
Summer Concert: Kick Trax
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Pop Rock music from Kick Trax; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 5 - 14
The Kitchen Witches
Millbrook Playhouse, Ryan Main Stage Theatre, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. The insults are flung harder than the food when two cooking shot hostesses who have hated each other for year, are put together on a TV show. A new, interactive comedy! Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

August 6
Clinton Country Club Women’s Invitational Golf Tournament
41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall, 9:00 am shotgun. Call: (570) 748-6061 / www.clintoncountryclub.com

August 6
Peace, Love and Cupcakes
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 10 am. Children’s theatre performance, for audiences age six and up! Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

August 6
Summer Concert on the River: Banned Together
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 5 – 7:30 pm. The City’s free summer concert series comes to town on Saturday’s during August (versus the traditional Sunday evening). Enjoy the Brass and Rock sounds of Banned Together from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 6
Free Outdoor Movie: ET
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Ave. & West Main Street, Lock Haven. Starts at dusk. Rated PG. Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket. Sponsored by Lock Haven Hospital and part of the City of Lock Haven’s free outdoor movie series. Call: (570) 893-5900 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 9, 16, 23, 30
Clinton County Flea & Farmers Market
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 8 am – 2 pm every Tuesday. An indoor market of crafts and flea market items, seasonal fruits and vegetables, plants, food and more. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

August 10 - 13
Ross Library Annual Book Sale
Ross Library Patio, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  9 am. An amazing selection of books at great prices. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

August 11- 13
16th Annual Kettle Creek Music Festival
Quite Oaks Campground, 88 Quiet Oaks Lane, Cross Fork. Live entertainment featuring classic rock, oldies, and country music. Food and craft vendors, raffles, and more. Gate opens at 4 pm Wednesday; 8 am Thursday through Saturday. Rain or shine. Call: (570) 923-2386 / www.kcmusicfest.com

August 12 – September 4
Music-Inspired Exhibit
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

August 12 – 14
Summer Classic Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. Call: (570) 748-6061 / www.clintoncountryclub.com
 
August 12
Summer Concert: New Broad River Band
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Americana, Bluegrass music from New Broad River Band; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location –Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 13
Eastern States 100 and Call of the Wild Mountain Marathon
Little Pine State Park, 4205 Little Pine Creek Road, Waterville. The Eastern States 100-mile event features multiple miles of 900- to 1200-foot climbs and punishing descents. The Wild Marathon starts two hours later, also from Little Pine. www.easternstates100.com

August 13
Porter Township 175th Anniversary Tractor Parade
Old Porter School/Community Building, 304 Pech Orchard Road, Mill Hall.
Call: (570) 962-2848 or (570) 726-6635 / www.portertownshippa.com

August 13
Summer Concert on the River: Dumm
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 5 – 7:30 pm. The City’s free summer concert series comes to town on Saturday’s during August (versus the traditional Sunday evening). Enjoy the Modern Rock sounds of Dumm from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 17
Healthy Aging through Local Harvest Workshop
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 3 pm. No cost, hands-on workshop designed to help older adults live longer, healthier lives through healthy cooking. Registration required. Call: (570) 858-5820

August 15 – 20
The Jr’s Theatre Camp – Disney’s 101 Dalmatians (Kids)
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. 9 am – 4 pm daily. Nine- to 12-year-olds (grades 5th through 8th) are invited to participate! Performances August 19 & 20. Call: (570) 748-8083 / www.millbrookplayhouse.org

August 19
Summer Concert: Lock Haven Community Chorus & Central PA Community Band
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.  Variety music from Lock Haven Community Chorus & Central PA Community Band; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 19 – 20
Lock Haven Jazz & Art on Main Street (JAMS) Jazz Festival
A local first! This collaboration between the Clinton County Arts Council and Lock Haven University will see jazz musicians on the LHU campus as well as in downtown Lock Haven. Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

August 19 – 27
142nd Centre County Grange Fair
169 Homan Lane, Centre Hall. Tractor and truck pulls, horse shows and many other events throughout the fairgrounds including free entertainment featuring nationally known entertainers. Call: (814) 364-9212 / www.grangefair.net

August 20
Life Center Cycling Tour
Start/finish at Central PA Auto Auction, Mill Hall. Bicycling tour with 35- and 50-mile courses along some very scenic sections in the Mackeyville and Loganton areas of Clinton County. Benefits the Life Center Homeless Shelter in Lock Haven. Call: 9570) 748-2924 / www.lcbiketour.org

August 20
Woolrich Woolen Mill Tours
1039 Park Avenue, Woolrich. Take a free tour of an historic Woolen Mill.  Tour times: 1:00 and 1:30 pm. Advance registration needed. Call: (570) 769-7401 / www.woolrich.com

August 20
Summer Concert on the River: Gabe Stillman & The Billtown Giants
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 5 – 7:30 pm. The City’s free summer concert series comes to town on Saturday’s during August (versus the traditional Sunday evening). Enjoy the Blues sounds of Gabe Stillman & The Billtown Giants from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 20
Free Outdoor Movie: Minions
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Ave. & West Main Street, Lock Haven. Starts at dusk. Rated PG. Bring your own lawn chairs or blanket. Sponsored by Lock Haven Hospital and part of the City of Lock Haven’s free outdoor movie series. Call: (570) 893-5900 / www.lockhavencity.org
 
August 20
Ole Bull Midnight Madness Mountain Bike Race
Ole Bull State Park, 31 Valhalla Lane, Cross Fork, noon to midnight. A twelve hour endurance mountain bike race that follows a 14 mile course laid out through the park and adjoining state forest lands. Call: (814) 435-5000 / www.tiogacountyridgeriders.com
 
August 26
Summer Concert: Big Willy
Triangle Park, Bellefonte Avenue & West Main Street, Lock Haven. 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Easy Rock music from Big Willy; part of the City of Lock Haven’s free summer concert series. Rain location – Elks Lodge 182, 216 East Main Street, Lock Haven. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

August 27
Hyner Half Trail Race
Hyner Run State Park, 86 Hyner Park Road, North Bend, 8 am.  For runners only! A 14-mile race in Sproul State Forest, starting and ending at Hyner Run State Park. Contact: www.patraildogs@yahoo.com / www.hikerun.com

August 27
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven. 10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org
 
August 27
Summer Concert on the River: Into The Spin
J. Doyle Corman Amphitheatre & Floating Stage, Jay and Water Streets, Lock Haven, 5 – 7:30 pm. The City’s free summer concert series comes to town on Saturday’s during August (versus the traditional Sunday evening). Enjoy the Dance Party sounds of Into The Spin from the amphitheater or from a boat on the Susquehanna River. Call: (570) 893-5903 / www.lockhavencity.org

September 2 - 5
46th Annual Labor Day Regatta
Susquehanna River, Lock Haven. Powerboat racing, amusement rides, food, crafts, live entertainment and fireworks! Call: (570) 748-6388 / www.lockhavenjaycees.org

September 2 – 5
Hyner Hang Gliding Club Labor Day Weekend
Hyner View Park Overlook, Hyner. Daytime weather permitting. Hang gliders and paragliders take flight throughout the day. Call (917) 318-4481 / www.hynerclub.com / president@hynerclub.com

September 6, 13, 20, 27
Clinton County Flea and Farmers Market
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mackeyville. 8 am – 4 pm every Tuesday. An indoor market of crafts and flea market items, seasonal fruits and vegetables, plants, food and more. Call: (570) 660-1231 / www.clintoncountyfairpa.com

September 7
Fall Harvest Cooking Show
Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, Mill Hall. Doors open at 4:30 for this annual event, sponsored by The Express Community Newspaper. Taste food prepared by local restaurants, watch a bartender demo, and then let the featured chef show you how to make several dishes. Door prizes galore! Call: (570) 748-6791

September 8 – 25
Lumber Heritage Visiting Exhibit
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

September 10
Harger Utility Sporting Clays Tournament
619 Leon Brown Road, Middlebury Center, 9 am – 3 pm.  The tournament is a fundraiser/benefit for veterans and their families. Lunch, door prizes, raffles and sporting clays all day. Call: (570) 748-5469 / www.hargerutility.com

September 11
9/11 Moving Tribute
Ross Library, 232 West Main Street, Lock Haven. Sunrise to Sunset. Keep the American Flag in constant motion from sunrise to sunset to honor and remember all those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01. Call: (570) 893-4339

September 11
Back to Barton Street School Open House
Barton and West Third Streets, Lock Haven, 2 – 4 pm. This Clinton County Historical Society event features memorabilia from early fire companies, the black knights marching band, local dairies, an early telephone exchange and post office, all on display in a former one-room school. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

September 11
Harvest Days Celebration
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. An annual event, hosted by the Clinton County Arts Council, featuring the works of local artisans, food, live entertainment. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

September 17
Woolrich Woolen Mill Tours
1039 Park Avenue, Woolrich. Take a free tour of an historic Woolen Mill.  Tour times: 1:00 and 1:30 pm. Advance registration needed. Call: (570) 769-7401 / www.woolrich.com

September 18
17th Annual Flaming Foliage Car Show
Flaming Foliage Lot, 12th Street & Huron Avenue, Renovo. Thirteen classes of vehicles on display, including antiques, ‘vettes and more. Trophies awarded. Food, door prizes and raffles, and a cupcake war! Proceeds support the annual Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage Festival. Call: (570) 923-2411

September 18
Durty Dabbers Mototrials
Farrandsville  – 11 am. Dual sport motorcycling at its best! A mototrials event held in the mountains and the community park in the village of Farrandsville. Classes include beginner to pro and senior classes. Call: (570) 748-9456 / www.durtydabbers.com

September 21
Healthy Aging through Local Harvest Workshop
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 3 pm. No cost, hands-on workshop designed to help older adults live longer, healthier lives through healthy cooking. Registration required. Call: (570) 858-5820

September 23
Country Dance at the 1900 Red Barn
1900 Red Barn, 652 Island Road, Lock Haven, 7 – 11 pm. Do-se-do, slide, kick and turn your way around the dance floor to the tunes of the McNett Country Band during this Clinton County Historical Society fundraiser. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

September 24
Boulder Beast Trail Challenge
The inaugural run for this new trail race, held on familiar ground. This approximate 27-mile hike/run will take you to the best of Bald Eagle Mountain -- the Boulder Field, Rote Overlook, Gorge Trail and maybe some new sights. Call: (570) 66-6102 / http://www.boulderbeast.com/

September 24
Farm-City Family Festival
Clinton County Fairgrounds, 98 Racetrack Road, Mill Hall. 9 am – 4 pm. A celebration in appreciation of the cooperative efforts between the area’s agricultural and urban communities. A wide range of free activities for the whole family; food, craft and informational vendors; various competitions; children’s events. Call: (570) 726-3798 x 3800 / www.clintoncountypa.com/departments/conserve/farm_city.shtml

September 24
3rd Annual Chili Cook-off
Lock Haven Moose Lodge #100, 150 South Hanna Street, Lock Haven. The Lock Haven Moose Riders host their annual Chili Cook-off. Join in the fun by entering the competition for Clinton County’s most valued chili of the day or come to taste the different chili creations. Either way, a great time! Call: (215) 990-2430

September 24
Sugar Valley Historical Society Museum Open House/Chicken Barbecue
1756 Bull Run Road, Loganton, 11 am – 2 pm. Tour the museum and the restored one-room Bull Run School. Enjoy a picnic luncheon, eat-in or take-out. Call (570) 725-3498 / www.svhistory.org

September 24
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: On the Road
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven. 10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org
 
September 24
Wayne Township Hometown Heroes Celebration
McElhattan United Methodist Church Lawn, 502 McElhattan Drive, McElhattan, 11:00 am. Ceremony to highlight street banners that honor area veterans. Will include speakers and musical performances, followed by lunch. Call: (570) 769-6622

September 25
Sentimental Journey All You Can Eat Breakfast
William T. Piper Memorial Airport, 353 Proctor Street, Lock Haven, 8 am – noon. . Fly in or drive in for an all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast. AvSport of Lock Haven Discovery Flights available. Piper Museum open that day 9 am – 4 pm. Call (570) 893-4200 / www.sentimentaljourneyfly-in.com

September 27 – 29
Clinton Country Club Senior Invitational Golf Tournament
41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. Must be 55 years of age or older to participate. Call: (570) 748-6061 / www.clintoncountryclub.com

September 30 – October 23
Invitational Artist Series: Dave and Deb Stabley
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

October 2
Clinton County SPCA Fair Pet Extravaganza
Riverview Park, Lock Haven, 12-3 pm. Pet Olympics, vendors, great food, and silent auction. All proceeds go to helping animals have a healthy stay at the SPCA until they find their forever home. Call: (570) 748-4756 / ccspca@comcast.net

October 2
Belles Springs Golf Course Charity Golf Event
Belles Springs Golf Course, 417 Fairground Road, Mill Hall, 10am. Proceeds benefit the Mark the Shark Toy Drive for Kids and the In Your Shoes program. Call: (570) 726-4222 / www.bellessprings.com

October 7, 2016
Leadership Clinton County Alumni Golf Tournament
Clinton Country Club, 41 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall. 9:30 am registration, 11am Shotgun start, 4:30 pm awards ceremony. Entry fee of $90 includes 18 holes of golf, green fees, golf cart, snacks, beverages, hot breakfast buffet and prizes.  Many contests and additional fun throughout the tournament. Proceeds benefit Leadership Clinton County and Bucktail Youth Leadership. Call: (570) 748-5782 / coordinator@clintoncountyinfo.com

October 9
Eagleton Mine Camp Trail Challenge
Sons of Italy Campground (located five miles from Lock Haven on Route 120 North). A 25K and/or 50K trail run. Enjoy a hikable/runnable course at the height of the fall foliage colors! Camping available Friday and Saturday nights. Email: mwhaffley@gmail.com

October 9
Finding Your Roots in Clinton County
Poorman Gallery, 352 East Water Street, Lock Haven, 2 – 4 pm. Justin Houser from the Clinton County Genealogy Society will provide direction on how to research your family history. Sponsored by the Clinton County Historical Society. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

October 14 - 16
PA State Flaming Foliage Festival
Renovo.  A weekend to celebrate nature’s beautiful colors and views.  Highlights of this event include, a food and craft show Friday – Sunday, a parade on Saturday at 1:45 pm, and the crowning of a Flaming Foliage Queen on Sunday at 3 pm. Call: (570) 923-2411 / (570) 923-2673

October 15 (rain date Oct. 29th)
Family Fall Festival
Lock Haven First Church of Christ, 330 North Vesper Street, Lock Haven, 11am-3pm.  Everyone invited! Free children’s crafts, food and games. Fun for the whole family! Call: (570) 748-3519 / www.firstchurchlh.com

October 15
Lock Haven Catholic School Fall Festival
311 West Water Street, Lock Haven, 9 am – 3 pm. Craft vendors and food. Call: (570) 748-7252 / www.lhcs.org

October 15
Woolrich Woolen Mill Tours
1039 Park Avenue, Woolrich. Take a free tour of an historic Woolen Mill.  Tour times: 1:00 and 1:30 pm. Advance registration needed. Call: (570) 769-7401 / www.woolrich.com

October 16
Durty Dabbers Mototrials
Zindel Park, McElhattan, 11 am. A mototrails event held in the mountains of McElhattan. Beginner to pro rider classes. Call: (570) 748-9456 / www.durtydabbers.com

October 19
Healthy Aging through Local Harvest Workshop
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 3 pm. No cost, hands-on workshop designed to help older adults live longer, healthier lives through healthy cooking. Registration required. Call: (570) 858-5820

October 22
Mountain of Hope Trail Challenge 1/2 Marathon & 5k Run/Hike/Walk
455 S. Ridge Lane, Mill Hall. A beautiful mountain course on private land. Lunch will be provided for all paid participants. Call (570) 726-4673 / www.parunners.com / shmrelief@gmail.com 

October 28 – November 19
Invitational Artist Series: Chad Andrews
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

October 29
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: Murder on the Orient Express
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

October 28 - 29
Haunted Walking Tour of Lock Haven
Ross Library, 232 W. Main St., Lock Haven 7:00 pm each night. Sponsored by the Lock Haven Paranormal Seekers. $3.00 per person, with proceeds benefitting the Ross Library.  Call: (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

November 6
Holiday Open House
Downtown Lock Haven. Kick-off to the shopping season at participating retail locations. Call: (570) 748-1576 / www.lockhaven.org

November 6
Clinton County Model Railroad Annual Fall Train Meet
Mill Hall Volunteer Fire Company, Water Street at Peale Avenue (Route 64), Mill Hall, 9 am – 2 pm. Popular gauges of model trains, accessories offered by quality dealers for sale and trade. Call: (570) 726-6826 / www.ccmrr.org

November 11
Veterans Day Ceremony
Lock Haven University, Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center, 10 Susquehanna Avenue, Lock Haven, 11 am. Join in honoring local veterans. Sponsored by Clinton County Veterans Affairs and Lock Haven University. Call: (570) 893-4339

November 12
Moolah Palooza
Haywood’s on the Green Banquet Room, 43 Fairway View Drive, Mill Hall, 7 – 9 pm. $100 admits two adults.  Only 100 tickets sold. During the event, tickets are drawn at random and eliminated. Cash prizes plus bonus prizes for 25th, 50th, and 75th ticket drawn. Other raffles include 50/50 and basket raffles. Cash bar. Call: (570) 748-5782 / coordinator@clintoncountyinfo.com

November 13
WWI – Clinton County Goes To War – 2nd Sunday Program
Poorman Gallery, 352 East Water Street, Lock Haven, 2 – 4 pm. This Clinton County Historical Society display highlights local involvement in the first World War: the music, medal winners, POW’s and how the 305th Ambulance Group integrated the US Army in 1917. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

November 16
Healthy Aging through Local Harvest Workshop
STEP Clinton County Community Center, 124 East Walnut Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 3 pm. No cost, hands-on workshop designed to help older adults live longer, healthier lives through healthy cooking. Registration required. Call: (570) 858-5820

November 19
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: The Hobbit
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321 / www.rosslibrary.org

November 20      
Bear Hunters Breakfast
Kettle Creek Hose Company, 7 Firehouse Lane, Cross Fork, 8 am. Proceeds benefit Kettle Creek Hose Company. Call: (570) 923-2111 / kettlecreek26fire@hughes.net / www.kettlecreekhoseco.com

November 25 – January 8
Members Show & Holiday Sale
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Opening reception 4/22 from 6 – 9 pm. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

November 26 - 27
Deer Hunters Breakfast
Kettle Creek Hose Company, 7 Firehouse Lane, Cross Fork, 8 am. Proceeds benefit Kettle Creek Hose Company. Call: (570) 923-2111 / kettlecreek26fire@hughes.net / www.kettlecreekhoseco.com

November 27
Flaming Foliage Christmas Parade
Downtown Renovo, 1 pm. Ring in the holiday season with this annual parade. Afterward, visit with Santa at his temporary home at the Flaming Foliage lot. Proceeds support the annual Pennsylvania State Flaming Foliage Festival. Call: (570) 923-2411

December 2
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Triangle Park at 6 pm. The annual tree lighting ceremony to usher in the holiday season. Singing and the lighting of the community tree. Call: (570) 748-1576 / www.lockhaven.org

December 3
Haven Holidays
Shopping, carriage rides, Candy Cane Lane, Festival of Trees, holiday sales, Santa Claus, Christmas parade. Call: (570) 748-1576 / www.lockhaven.org

December 4
Holiday Home Tour
Heisey House Museum, 362 East Water Street, Lock Haven, 1 – 5pm. Tour the Clinton County Historical Society’s Heisey Museum, then take a self-guided tour of area homes decorated for the season. Call: (570) 748-7254 / www.clintoncountyhistory.com

December 4
Renovo Community Choir Winter Concert
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 9th Street, Renovo. 2 pm. Come hear the rich blend of voices – a fabulous community choir! Call: (570) 923-1097

December 6, 13, 17, 18, 20, 27, 30
Clinton Central Model Railroad Open House(s)
15 Logan Ave., Castanea Tuesday’s & Friday 6pm -9pm; Saturday’s 10am – 4pm; Sunday 12pm – 6pm. Clinton Central Model Railroad Open House season is great for the whole family. Free admission. Come see Thomas and Friends operating on our 40’ X 28” HO Scale layout each day. Most steam and diesel engines have sound and light. Layout features over 1200 ft. of track and many new scenery features are added each year. The former New York Central Railroad Station also features railroad memorabilia, an artifacts museum, and an extensive model railroading magazine library. A PRR N5 Caboose (built 5/41) and Erie Boxcar are permanently housed outside the club’s station. Refreshments available. Donations of model train and railroad memorabilia accepted.  Call: (570) 337-5292 / www.ccmrr.org

December 9
Clinton County Arts Council Holiday Party
The Station Gallery, 2 East Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven. Sponsored by the Clinton County Arts Council. Call: (570) 748-0949 / www.stationgalleryccac.org

December 17
Adventure Awaits Book Discussion: Where’d You Go, Bernadette
Ross Library, 232 W. Main Street, Lock Haven.  10 am. Call (570) 748-3321