What’s Happening

To have your non-profit church, social or school event listed in ‘What’s Happening,’ send dated information to the ‘Susquehanna County Independent,’ 180 Church St., Montrose, PA 18801; fax (570) 278-4305 or email to indynews@independentweekender.com at least two weeks prior to date. No events taken by telephone. State exact date. We do not track ‘every third Mon., first Saturday, etc.,’ listings. This is a free service. Space available, your event will appear. Please check the listings to verify your event, date, time, location and contact information are correct.
OCT. 5
Free meal, 3-7 p.m., Montrose United Methodist Church, 526 Church St., Montorse. Sponsored by Susq. Co. Interfaith and Montrose UMC. All are welcome.
Hill Country Artists meeting, 7 p.m., Claverack building, Montrose. Speaker: Dave Teachout, local artist who specializes in fine photography and carved eggs.
OCT. 6
Chicken and biscuit dinner, 5 p.m. until gone, Great Bend VFW, 386 Main St., Great Bend. Adults/$8.50; children 6-12/$5; 5 and under/free. Take outs available. Sponsored by VFW Ladies Auxiliary.
OCT. 7
‘Dave Brown & the Dishonest Fiddlers,’ 7 p.m., Forest City Historical, corner of Main & Dundaff, Forest City. Admission/$5; 12 and under/free. Museum open one hr. prior to performance.
Fall dinner concerts with The Dartts, Lake Ridge Center of Montrose Bible Conference, 675 Lake Ave., Montrose. Doors open, 6 p.m.; dinner/6:30 p.m. Adults/$22; 12 and under/$5. Reservations requested: call, 570-278-1001 or email: mbc@MontroseBible.org
Susquehanna Beekeepers board meeting, 6 p.m., at Wyoming County Conservation District conference room. Topics include fair recap. All members welcome. Info:
OCT. 8-9
Elk Mountain Fall Festival, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. features arts and crafts exhibits and sales, festive food and drink, hay rides, and chair lift rides; musical entertainment. Visit www.elkskier.com for more information.
OCT. 8-10
Artists Open House Weekend, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., each day of this self-guided art studio tour. Special 20th anniversary exhibit of past tour artists at the Wheaton House, Salt Springs Park, Franklin Forks. Info: www.artiststour.com
OCT. 8
Used book sale, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Soldiers Orphan School Museum, 2238 Orphan School Road, Kingsley. Sponsored by Harford Historical Society. Historical exhibits in Soldiers Orphan School building; no charge to view exhibits.
Rabies clinic, 1-3 p.m., Fairdale Grange hall, SR 706, 5 miles west of Montrose. Rabies and distemper/$10 each. All pets must be leashed or crated. Bring prior papers for a three-year shot.
Spaghetti & homemade meatball dinner, 4-7 p.m., Knights of Columbus Hall, 65 Kilrow St., Great Bend. Adults/$8; children 6-12/$4; 5 and under/free. Take outs available. Live music: Carl Tanner & Friends.
Fall Fest, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Midtown Park, New Milford. Music, raffles baskets, games, baked goods. Proceeds benefit Faith Alive Ministries Church. Rain date: Oct. 15.
Pancake dinner at South Auburn Grange. Serving starts at 4 p.m.
Sketching nature, 1 p.m., Salt Springs Park, Silver Creek Rd., Franklin Forks. Scientific illustrator Kelly Finan will instruct on depicting organic forms quickly and accurately. No drawing exp. necessary. Bring pencil, sketchbook. Pre-registration:570-967-7275. Fee/$5; members/free.
OCT. 9
All you can eat breakfast brunch, 7 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Springville Fire Hall. Adults/$9; kids/$4; seniors/$8.50. Benefits the Springville Volunteer Fire Company.
Alive Together!, 6 p.m., United Methodist Community Church, Great Bend. October series based on Harry Potter. Info: 570.879.4506
Beginner’s photography class, 1 p.m., Salt Springs Park, Silver Creek Rd., Franklin Forks. Pre-registration: 570-967-7275. Fee/$5; members/free.
Lathrop Twp. Historical and Genealogical Society annual open house and meeting, 1 p.m., Union Grange Hall, 2590 SR 2002, Hop Bottom, located at the end of Lakeside, just of Dimock to Nicholson Rd. Kenneth Parks presentation on benefits of DNA. Free admission; light refreshments. Info: Helen Jenesky, 570-289-4311 or email: lathrop@epix.net.
OCT. 10
Blue Ridge Sportsmen’s Club of New Milford monthly meeting, 7 p.m., at the clubhouse, 4808 School Rd., New Milford All members encouraged to attend.. Annual raffle drawing, for tickets, call Stan 607-624-2393.
Soup night, 4:30-6:30 p.m., South Montrose Community Church. Soups: Chili and Cream of Broccoli. Free meal; donations support Trehab food bank. All are welcome.
OCT. 11
Bag Ladies luncheon, noon, Starrucca Baptist social rooms. Serving Wimpies, etc. Donation plus food pantry item. Public welcome.
OCT. 12
Free meal, 3-7 p.m., Montrose United Methodist Church, 526 Church St., Montorse. Sponsored by Susq. Co. Interfaith and Montrose UMC. All are welcome.
OCT. 13
PARSE Endless Mts. chapter meeting, Elks Club, Towanda. Info: Helen Benio, 570-278-2386.
OCT. 14-15
Pumpkin Trail, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., self-guided tour with stops at local businesses South Auburn Grange, corner of Place Road and State Route 3001, will be serving soup, sandwiches and beverages, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15. Info: find them on Facebook or visit, www.pumpkintrail.webs.com

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