Monthly Archives: December, 2010
For commercial users of the Moose Exchange Community Kitchen — and anyone else desiring certification for food handling — the Moose Exchange is partnering with Columbia-Montour Area Vocational-Technical School to offer ServSafe classes in January. ServSafe Manager’s certification lasts for five years, with recertification tests available through Vo-Tech and the Exchange. If you’re interested in [...]
Worthington Acres Alpacas has joined the Moose Exchange with a retail store on the first floor. A small farm business based in Unityville, Worthington Acres offers a wide selection of alpaca products from ultra-warm PA/USA-made Frog Creek Socks to special heirloom shawls. And now Craig Johnson will offer spinning classes, 7-9 p.m. Thursdays at the [...]
Our Exchange-based retail store offers a wide selection of alpaca products ranging from ultra-warm, durable, PA/USA-made Frog Creek Socks and our very own FeltPACS alpaca shoe inserts to that very special heirloom shawl that will be treasured for generations to come. Stop in to see why we consider alpaca to be an affordable luxury. Visit [...]
Photographers Seunghyo Hong, Joe Mazzatesta, and Michelle Yost offer a variety of photography for sale. Studio portraiture is available by appointment. Sharing the space are oils and graphite works by the late Michael P. Shanoski, presented by his mother, Kathleen Mulligan. Regular hours are Saturdays, 10 am-2 pm; Fridays, 5-8 pm; and by appointment. 1st [...]
Last chance to sign up! On August 26th, Mushtaq Elahi will share his talents during cooking class in the Community Kitchen. Class size is limited; to register call 389-0281 or 389-1788 or stop by Sakuntala, 236 Iron Street.
Michael P. Shanoski’s drawings and paintings, presented by his mother Kathleen Mulligan, are inspired by the dancer Nijinsky and the painter Caravaggio. The late Shanoski’s work ranges from the whimsical Waiters Series to still lifes in both graphite and oil and is represented in numerous collections including the Franklin Mint and the Library of Congress, [...]
Steve Varonka has been a photographer for over 45 years. In the early 80’s, he opened “The Artful-image Studio” in Bloomsburg, shooting over 100 weddings, events and group sessions. After a hiatus to raise a family, and a conversion to the digital world, he has revived the Studio name to produce fine art Giclée prints. [...]