One night of New Year’s Eve isn’t our style – so we’re making it last. Come celebrate with us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at Mohegan Pennsylvania. We’re pairing toasts and countdowns with can’t miss entertainment for New Year’s thrills that never stop! During the thrilling Endless Midnight extravaganza at Mohegan Pennsylvania, guests can ring in NYE 2022 in style! A three-day event spans the entire property and features can’t-miss entertainment, food and drink specials, and never-ending New Year’s thrills!
Friday, December 30thEndless Midnight begins Friday, December 30th, at Rustic Kitchen with two live cooking segments at 5:00pm and 7:30pm. Enjoy an all-inclusive feast of delicious Peppercorn Crusted Filet Mignon, and a juicy Butter Poached Lobster Tail. The night will begin with Jumbo Lump Crab Stuffed Shrimp with Lemon Beurre Blanc. A sweet Strawberry Champagne Cake will be served for dessert. The Chef will also select a Red Wine Pairing as well as a Champagne Toast!
Live entertainment kicks off inside Breakers as The Fuchery hits the stage at 8:30pm for a live performance. The group of musicians keeps the energy alive with no script, ripping songs the crowd enjoys by requests. Additionally, the new hot-spot at Mohegan PA, the Hive Taphouse will play host to the Hoopla Band Lite as they take the stage for a 9:30pm performance. Party goers can also sip on their favorite seasonal beers and cocktails while this energetic nine-piece party band from NEPA rocks the stage with hits from the past and present. Hoopla Band Lite is the perfect party band, keeping the crowd dancing all night long!
Saturday, December 31st
Celebrate the main event, Saturday, December 31st, at one of the seven Mohegan Pennsylvania venues participating in Endless Midnight! Dine inside the studio at Rustic Kitchen during the two mouthwatering cooking segments at 5:00pm and 7:30pm! Enjoy a feast paired with a chef’s choice Red Wine and a Champagne Toast. End the year with extreme temperatures and excitement during When Fire Meets Ice at Embers Terrace! This one-night-only pop-up experience pairs fire and ice for a unique and unforgettable New Year’s Eve. At 6:00pm, sip your favorite drinks from the custom ice bar, get a photo in the royal ice throne, and watch incredible ice sculptures be created before your eyes. Meet the ice with warm fire pits, hot specialty cocktails and live entertainment by the JOB Trio. The Hive Taphouse will be hosting Dueling Pianos featuring Doug Delescavage and Jennifer Hunter at 9:00pm. For the best party and dance music the 80’s has to offer visit Breakers to see Until Sunrise. The high energy party band gets things started at 8:00pm and will deliver all the flare and glamour from the 80’s. Local favorite Ken Norton will perform at Molly O’Sheas at 8:30pm. The front man of local bands, Grace’s Downfall and The Fuchery, also has an amazing acoustic set! Magic Man DJ Tommy will keep the energy going at the Sunburst Bar. The DJ known for his magic and balloon art skills, will be playing all your favorites throughout the night. Enjoy top-notch standup comedy at WiseCrackers Comedy Club. Tickets to the 10:00pm show are $30 and includes festive hats, noise makers, and a champagne toast at Midnight.
Kick off 2023 by enjoying delicious drink specials on January 1st at Mohegan Pennsylvania! Electric City Roasting Company features a warm, White Peppermint Latte to recharge your holiday spirit. Swing by the Hive Taphouse for delicious Mimosa Flights. Molly O’Sheas will also be serving Frostbite Cocktails to kick off the new year.
For more information on all things NYE at Mohegan Pennsylvania, visit MoheganPA.com
In conjunction with Don’s Machine Shop in West Pittston, Johnson College continues to bring CNC Machining training to Luzerne County. Starting March 20, 2023, students will train to utilize, maintain and program Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines inside Don’s Machine Shop’s classroom and lab at 100 Elm Street, West Pittston. Open enrollment for this 510-Hour CNC class is going on now. Space is limited. To learn more or enroll, visit johnson.edu/continuingeducation or contact the Johnson College Continuing Education Department at 570-702-8979 or email@example.com.
CNC machinists manufacture precision products and components used in various applications such as automotive, medical, electronics, aerospace, transportation, military, and more. Industries throughout northeastern Pennsylvania are currently in need of well-trained CNC machinists.
This 510-hour class for beginner-level students includes theory and hands-on learning experiences. The hands-on training, delivered at Don’s Machine Shop, is on some of the most state-of-the-art equipment in the region. This unique, one-of-a-kind training will help open new career opportunities right away. This relationship truly demonstrates how industry is a Johnson College student’s campus. The cost of the class is $7,500. Financial assistance may be available for those who qualify.
The Greater Scranton YMCA believes all children, adults and families from our community deserve the chance to experience all the Y has to offer. For so many, though, the resources are not available to join the Y, send a child to preschool or enroll in the after-school program.
That’s why on Giving Tuesday, November 29, 2022, we’re asking for support. GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. On Giving Tuesday, our goal is to raise the funds needed to ensure those most in need from our community can benefit from our services.
“The Greater Scranton YMCA is proud to turn no one away for an inability to pay,” said Trish Fisher, President & CEO, Greater Scranton YMCA. “Annually, we award hundreds of thousands of dollars to low-income children, adults and families from our community, allowing them to benefit from all the Y has to offer. Funds raised for our year-end appeal will allow us to continue fulfilling our mission.”
As part of the Greater Scranton YMCA’s fundraising efforts, the Y is proud to participate in AllOne Charities’ Give Day. From Monday, November 28th through Wednesday, November 30th at 4:00pm, AllOne Charities will match contributions participating organizations raise up to $1,000. Donations can be made on AllOne Charities’ Give Day donation form or mailed to 83 East Union Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701. Checks must be made payable to AllOne Charities and need to be received by December 8th in order to count towards bonuses.
For more information or for questions on how to donate to the Greater Scranton YMCA or participate in AllOne Charities’ Give Day, contact Meghan Carnevale, Mission Advancement & Marketing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 828-3113.
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Get ready to support the local businesses in our community. Join us for #SmallBizSat on Nov 26 and keep shopping all season long. Find shop small deals from our members here!
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Stop in to register for Montage Mountain Archery Fest hosted by us!
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We offer a large variety of cookies, cakes and pastries for all of your holiday parties! Follow our Facebook to see all of our new flavors for the holiday season and to see what vendor pop-ups we’re attending! Christmas menu coming soon! Custom orders always welcome! We have Keto too!
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The Rural Urban Leadership Program (RULE) of Penn State Extension, Penn State University, has named Gerard Hetman, Community Development Specialist at NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania, as a participating scholar in the upcoming RULE XIX class.
RULE is a transformational leadership development program that brings together community leaders from across Pennsylvania to foster both professional and personal leadership development. Participants come from all lifestyles including farmers & agribusiness, community leaders & officials, business and private industries, and education practitioners. They have different interests, and goals, with one common thread: a commitment to public involvement in solving community problems.
While the program has a strong focus on issues affecting rural Pennsylvania, RULE participants come from across the state, and study institutes are held in both rural and urban locations. Gerard is one of 24 incoming scholars that will participate in RULE XIX, with the class engaging in ten study institutes over the course of two years.
“We are very excited for Gerard to be accepted as a scholar into the upcoming RULE XIX class,” said Jesse Ergott, President & CEO at NeighborWorks Northeastern Pennsylvania. “Anyone who knows Gerard recognizes his deep commitment to improving our community, and this respected program will allow him to do what he does best: to build strong, collaborative relationships with his fellow scholars in order to benefit our area and other communities like ours across the Commonwealth.”
RULE XIX scholars will learn strategies for taking charge and leading their organizations and communities in positive directions. Through practice, each participant will assume new responsibilities and develop new skills and confidence. Every skill they learn will be directly and immediately applicable to the issues and problems facing their organizations and communities. Participants in the program will achieve various results:
Mayor Paige G. Cognetti, leaders of Scranton Tomorrow, and local business owners recently gathered at Scranton Tomorrow headquarters on Linden Street in Downtown Scranton as Mayor Cognetti officially proclaimed November 26 as Small Business Saturday in the Electric City.
American Express created this national movement to increase sales for small businesses across the country. Now in its 14th year, Scranton Tomorrow is spearheading Small Business Saturday promotions in Downtown Scranton. Those who shop and dine in the Downtown Scranton Business District during the holidays are encouraged to spread the joy on social media using #shopsmall, #smallbiz, #supportlocal, #shoplocal, #dinelocal.
Supporting local makes a significant impact on the economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, small businesses create 1.5 million jobs annually in the United States and donate 250 percent more than larger businesses donate to non-profits and community causes. Small businesses are vital to the local economy, too. American Express estimates that for every $1 spent at a small business, $0.67 stays within the local community that business serves.
In Downtown Scranton, independent businesses offer plenty of options to make supporting local easy. In addition to in-person shopping and dining, many retailers and restaurants are promoting online sales, curbside pickup, and delivery services for convenient shopping and dining in the Business District. For a directory of retailers in Downtown Scranton, visit https://www.scrantontomorrow.org/downtown-shopping. For a list of Downtown restaurants, visit https://www.scrantontomorrow.org/downtowndining.
Award-winning writer and historian Jill Lepore will deliver the Wilkes University Max Rosenn Lecture in Law and Humanities at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 26, 2023, at the Dorothy Dickson Darte Center for the Performing Arts, 239 South River Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
A bestselling author, journalist and professor of history, Lepore’s books and essays explore absences and asymmetries in the historical record. Her popular podcasts examine themes including “Who killed truth?” and “the rise of doubt.”
She once wrote “History is the art of making an argument about the past by telling a story accountable to evidence.” Lively, funny, and argumentative, Lepore’s books have been described as surprising and enlightening, as well as elegant, sobering, beautifully written and intellectually rigorous.
Lepore is the David Woods Kemper Professor of American History and Affiliate Professor of Law at Harvard University. She is also a staff writer at The New Yorker. Other essays and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, Times Literary Supplement, Foreign Affairs, Yale Law Journal, American Scholar, and American Quarterly. Her works have been widely translated and anthologized.
The Dime Bank and Kasasa, an award-winning financial technology and marketing provider, announce a national and local contest offering the chance to win cash prizes to help people connect this holiday season. Local contestants can win $1,000.00 from The Dime Bank and can also submit their entry to the national contest where one grand prize winner will receive $25,000.00 and two runners-up will receive $10,000.00.
Kasasa is partnering with local community banks and credit unions across the country as an extension of their “These Are My People” contest. To enter The Dime Bank’s local contest, people can submit a photo or video with a short explanation of why they want to win to www.winwithkasasa.com/thedimebank. Just by entering, local contestants can win $100.00 gift cards. They can also share their post on social channels using the hashtags #TheseAreMyPeople, #thedimebank, #contest, and #Kasasa to encourage friends to enter to win.
Kasasa’s “These Are My People” contest provides community members the opportunity to share their story and how the prize money will help them connect with their loved ones, from buying flights to visit hometown friends not seen since the pandemic started, to helping a local small business that is struggling with rising costs, or to make a final mortgage payment ahead of retirement for grandparents.
“We believe your money should do more for you and your community. This holiday season, we’re putting our money where our mouth is and giving back to help people spend time with their loved ones and strengthen their connections,” said Gabe Krajicek, CEO of Kasasa. “We’re helping community banks and credit unions do what they do best, give back to their communities.”
The contest runs from November 7 – December 7. Local winners will be announced on December 10 and receive the $1,000.00 cash prize sponsored by The Dime Bank. Local contestants can also visit kasasacontest.com to submit their entry to win the national contest, sponsored by Kasasa and in partnership with NBCUniversal, which will award one winner with $25,000.00 and two winners with $10,000.00. National winners will be selected by a Kasasa panel of judges and be announced on December 19.