Loveable Princeton and his owner, David Schmick, have been separated for much too long and we're hoping you can help us get the word out. Please call the number on the poster for any information. Reward for his return!
Monday Evenings in 2019
The Harrisburg Area Mental Health Support group holds a free meeting for anyone who'd like to attend every Monday evening from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The meetings are held at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on 530 Bridge Street in New Cumberland. The group provides a safe, free and welcoming place where you can unburden and know that you are not alone.
Tuesday, January 15
Perry County Chamber 10th Anniversary Kickoff Event! River Bend Hop Farm and Brewery - 6 PM - 8 PM. In 2019 the Chamber will celebrate its 10th anniversary and we would like to start it with a special event.
Please join us for an evening of appetizers, beverages, and networking.
This event will be held on the second floor of the brewery to showcase River Bend's new space!
Please RSVP by January 8th, so we may provide a head count to River Bend for food and beverages. Each attendee will receive tickets for beverages and appetizers.
Wednesday, January 16
The Northern Dauphin Library, 683 Main St, Lykens, will host a two-part workshop about using email. During this two-part series, attendees will get more comfortable using an email service, understand the security involved with using email, and learn how to protect their information and privacy online.
Basic Email I will be held on Wednesday, January 16 at 6:00 pm. Participants will learn to differentiate between a website and email address, compose and send a new email, view received email, reply to an email, learn about inbox, sent and trash folders, and login to a Gmail account without assistance. The series continues with Basic Email II on Wednesday, February 20 at 6:00 pm. Attendees will open their own email account, create a strong password, understand email security risks, learn ways to protect your information and privacy online, and log into an email account without assistance.
Each session is 90 minutes long and intended for adults. Registration is required by calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045 or visiting dcls.org/adultevents.
Wednesday, January 23
Join Wildwood Lake for Preschool Storytime: Winter at Wildwood! on Wednesday, January 23rd from 10am to 10:45am! Stories, songs, rhymes, play and a take-home craft will introduce Wildwood critters and the joy of books and language to youngsters ages 2 to 5! Join a Dauphin County Library System Librarian and Widlwood Environmental Educator for this fun and FREE program! Space is limited, register at www.wildwoodlake.org/events.
Saturday, January 26
Take a break from screen time to enjoy some old-fashioned board game fun at the Johnson Memorial Library, 799 E. Center St, Millersburg, on Saturday, January 26 between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. Play a childhood favorite or borrow one you have never played before from The Library’s collection. Players are welcome to bring a game from home too. This program is intended for adults. Additional Game Days are planned for February 23 and March 30 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Learn more by calling The Library at (717) 692-2658 or visiting dcls.org/adultevents.
Tuesday, January 29
Go green and learn jewelry making skills at the Northern Dauphin Library, 683 Main St, Lykens, on Tuesday, January 29 at 6:00 pm.
During Trash to Treasure Jewelry, participants will spend two hours learning the basics of jewelry making using recycled materials and other craft supplies. Attendees will learn to take “junk” that would ordinarily be thrown away and reimagine it as a wearable piece of jewelry.
Registration is limited to allow for a more personalized learning experience. All supplies will be provided, but participants are welcome to bring their own supplies. Save your spot at dcls.org/adultevents or by calling (717) 652-9380 ext. 1045.
Satruday, February 2
Join Wildwood Park for their Kids Discover series on Saturday, February 2nd from 10am to 11:30am. The topic is Groundhogs! Will Phil the groundhog see his shadow and then announce six more weeks of winter? Where do animals spend thewinter? Join a naturalist to discover more about groundhogs (or whistle pigs!). A walk will follow, where we will search for signs of other burrowing winter animals. The event is for children ages 5 through 10. Adults may join their children at no extra cost. Dress for winter! Cost is $5 per child. Registration is required at www.wildwoodlake.org/events.