Monthly Archives: July, 2012
Integrated arts in action at the Exchange! Box of Light’s Julia Camara-Calvo films Annie Barnhardt’s calligraphy class for inclusion in the Zombie Film Camp movie. Yes–you heard right–zombie.
The American Red Cross will be holding a blood drive Friday July 27 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. This will be held in the Exchange’s Grille Room. ALL donors will be presented with a bowling coupon. Come down and save a life. ALL blood types needed.
Classic rock in the summertime from the old guys in Maraud. Floyd, check. AC/DC, check. ZZ Top, check. And they’ve added more variety recently than most classic rock stations have added in the past two decades. Saturday, July 21st, 8 p.m.
Theatre for the World presents How Would You Feel?, a play about bullying by Janice McCrostie, July 25-28, 7 pm, in the Grille Room. Director Abbi Parker states, “It’s time we take responsibility for what we say, and raise children who do the same.”
Our pinsetting machine mechanic and his bride shared a moment in the Bowling Alley after their wedding reception in the Grille Room. We send our very best wishes to the couple for a long and happy life together, and our thanks for bringing their friends and family to our building!
On Saturday, November 3rd, we will host our first murder-mystery-dessert fundraising event: Make plans to attend the one-night-only audience-participation performance of “Greased!” Delicious pastries and other goodies included with the $25 ticket price; cash bar. Call 570-317-2596 to reserve your seat now!