Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Summer bowling hours have ended

. . . as has the summer, with the return to school (and these cooler temps). But we’ve still got open bowling at the regular times: 5-8 p.m. on Fridays, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Come on down!

Thank you, PPL!

PPL Corporation has donated $1000 to the Exchange to support ongoing operation of the bowling alley, including upgrading of equipment and helping to underwrite the cost of other non-profits’ use of the alley. We say THANKS, PPL, for your generosity!

No open bowling today, 8/10

Due to a recently-booked party, we will not have open bowling this evening — but come on in tomorrow, Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.!

The Box of Light’s Division II Odyssey Team

The Box of Light’s Division II Odyssey of the Mind team and their coach, Cynthia Cronrath-Kauffman, placed first in the World Finals competition at Iowa University over Memorial Day weekend. We would like to congratulate Cynthia and her middle school team for their wonderful achievement!

Come on, Robin, to the Stairwell Gallery!

Bloomsburg University’s Museum Exhibition class researched and created the current Stairwell Gallery exhibit, The Many Faces of Batman. It’s a fun collection of Batman’s evolution since his creation by artist and comic writer Bob Kane in the 27th issue of DC Comics in 1939. Batman’s story line and image has evolved to mirror the ever-changing world and has achieved its success through the efforts of many talented writers and pencil, ink and coloring artists. Is the caped crusader really over 70? Holy birthday candles, Batman!

Congratulations, Erin and Bob!

We send our very best wishes to Erin and Bob, the first couple married at the Moose Exchange! Before the ceremony, they had photos taken at the fountain on the Square, here with their best man and maid of honor.

Glass Engraving on the Balcony

What’s happening at the Exchange on any given day? Artist/tenant Will Whitmoyer, for example, is out on the balcony engraving glass. Have dremel, will create! Will is also a painter and draughtsman and has a studio on the second floor of the Exchange.