Monthly Archives: October, 2011

Kicking Off Give 10, Tell Ten

You know and appreciate what the Moose Exchange does, and together there is much more that we can do. You can help through our special campaign, “Give 10, Tell Ten”. We need each one of you to give $10 and then tell ten other people about the Exchange and our campaign. On our website, www.MooseExchange.org, [...]

One more week of Community Market in 2011

The Moose Exchange Community Market runs this coming Saturday, the 17th of December, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Grille Room. The best of what this area has to offer, from ready-to-eat and prepared foods to art and craft, ready for the holidays.

Flute and Guitar Recital November 1

The Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Bloomsburg University’s new venture to mount collaborative visual and performing arts events in downtown Bloomsburg, announces its inaugural event, a faculty recital featuring Dr. Tracey Schmidt-Jaynes, flute, and Dr. Matthew Slotkin, guitar. The program for the evening features works by Beaser, Piazzolla, Ravel and Ibert and takes place in the Grille Room at the Exchange on Tuesday, November 1, at 7:30 pm. Please join us for an evening of lovely music in celebration of this new initiative. Free and open to the public.

Halloween Costume Contest at the Exchange on October 28

Hear ye, hear ye, all Halloweeners through age 12. Downtown Bloomsburg, the YMCA and the Exchange invite you to trick or treat at participating businesses on Main Street Friday, October 28 from 5:30-8 pm. Collect 5 stickers on your Costume Contest Ticket that night and head to the Exchange from 7-8 pm to participate in [...]

Painting Lessons with Larry Ney II

Exchange artist Larry Ney, pictured here with student Madeline O’Neil, has two openings for private art lessons in his studio on the second floor on Thursdays, 4-5 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. A painter for 25 years, vice president of North Mountain Art League, and a member of Susquehanna River Arts, Larry works primarily in oil focusing on abstract/impressionistic landscapes and florals. His work can be seen at the Exchange, in various local venues and at www.larryney.etsy.com. Thirty dollars per hour includes all materials and instruction. Contact Larry at 570-389-1385; via e-mail at larryneyart@gmail.com; or in his studio on Fridays, 5-8 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-noon.