Moose Exchange sponsors a movie on Earth Day

Moose Exchange sponsors a movie on Earth Day

On Tuesday the 22nd, the Moose Exchange and Bloomsburg University’s Green Campus Initiative bring another movie into Downtown Bloomsburg, shown at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, at the corner of Main and Iron Streets. FREE and open to all ages: "Play Again" -- we’ll play outside before the movie!

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Come see us at the Antler

Come see us at the Antler

Drop by 24 East Main Street in Bloomsburg, now hosting the Moose Exchange's temporary office and the Stairwell Gallery; the Antler now has its new sign up for real! THANKS to Hummel Rentals for their generosity in giving us this space --

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T-Biz Bloomsburg up and running

T-Biz Bloomsburg up and running

Fourteen Central Columbia and Columbia Montour Vo-Tech high school students make up the first group in an exciting new program called T-Biz Bloomsburg, an experiential learning opportunity to teach students how to run businesses of their own design.

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Exchange receives quilt donation

Exchange receives quilt donation

Rita Millard, who until recently ran Fabrics Galore in a storefront just up Main Street from the Antler, has donated this extraordinary quilt to the Exchange for us to use as a fundraiser --

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Clean-up work at the Exchange has started!

Clean-up work at the Exchange has started!

The Bowling Alley doesn't look quite like this right now, but it will again someday -- and even better! Work on the clean-up at the Exchange started on Tuesday, the 8th of April, and it rated coverage on WNEP, channel 16 --

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TIMESLIPS -- Open Call to Artists

TIMESLIPS -- Open Call to Artists

Make art in response to the open, poetic language of improvisational storytelling written by people with dementia. The Stairwell Gallery seeks artists to create new work in response to stories written by residents of Balanced Care of Bloomsburg. The show will hang at the Antler --

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Destination Blues will return in 2015

Destination Blues will return in 2015

On February 7th & 8th, 2014, Columbia & Montour counties heated up with the first annual Destination Blues music festival, “Your Winter Blues Heaven on Route 11.” On February 6th and 7th, 2015, we’ll do it again!

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Thank you, donors

Thank you, donors

THANK YOU to the 80 donors who contributed more than $24,000 to the Exchange during "Raise the Region 2014" -- we could not do what we do without you!

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Legendary Comics and Tea reopens!

Legendary Comics and Tea reopens!

Noon-8 p.m., Wednesdays through Saturdays (just like the old days), at 157 West Main Street, just a couple of doors up from the Moose Exchange --

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Non-Profit Arts and Community Center


  • Artists' Studios
  • Retail and Service Businesses
  • Stairwell Gallery exhibition space
  • Shared-use Kitchen
  • Event, Concert, and Party Venues
  • Classes and Workshops
  • Bowling Alley

The Moose Exchange mission: supporting the arts, encouraging creativity, promoting education, and enriching downtown Bloomsburg as well as the greater community.


Check out the About us section to see how we achieve this mission


Check out the Moose Exchange calendar to see what we have going on


Support The Moose Exchange

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Moose Exchange, a 501(C)(3) non-profit. Your gift in any amount will go to work immediately to bring life back to the building.

Contact Oren Helbok for more information: 203westmain@gmail.com

The Moose Exchange will rebuild after the fire of 31 January 2014
Thank you for keeping in touch with us throughout the process.


Photo by Gary Clark