Monthly Archives: November, 2012
In conjunction with Downtown Bloomsburg’s Late-Night Shopping on Friday the 7th of December, the Exchange hosts its third annual Home-Based-Business Expo, in the Grille Room from 6 to 10 p.m. Come shop on Main Street!
Kids home from school over the long weekend? Forget the Wii games – come do the real thing at the Moose Exchange’s Vintage Bowling Alley! Monday, November 26th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. $5 gets each person bowling shoes, a ball, and hours of fun.
On November 24th, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., you have the opportunity to shop small businesses to your heart’s content. Once again at the Moose Exchange BUT this year teamed up with the delightful Community Market! Come one and all, bring your children, and your children’s children!
The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau showcases work by members of Susquehanna River Arts in the Stairwell Gallery at the Exchange. An eclectic collection of paintings, prints, fiber arts, drawing, ceramics, and photography, this exhibit runs through January 4.
The angels want to wear these red shoes! All the very best to Lynn and Mark, married in the Grille Room on Saturday the 17th of November.
studioGEAR co-directors Annie Barnhardt and Cindy McBeth-Collins welcome artist Donna Shaffer as our third partner. Donna was an original founding board member of the Moose Exchange and has returned to work and teach in studioGEAR. We’re also excited to offer exhibit space to Bloomsburg artist Jef McGreevy.
Join us for the second FREE movie sponsored by Bloomsburg University’s Green Campus Initiative: “Silent Spring”, a biography of one of America’s most important conservation writers, Rachel Carson. 7 p.m. Tuesday the 13th in the Ballroom.
The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau showcases work by members of Susquehanna River Arts in the Stairwell Gallery at the Exchange. We invite the public to the FREE artists’ reception on Friday, November 16th, from 5 to 8 p.m., with food and music.
As “Variety” might say, “‘Greased!’ group grabs grazing, grinning grandees” — in short, everyone attending Saturday’s fundraiser had a wonderful time, enjoying the fine desserts and the rib-tickling entertainment. Did you miss it? Don’t worry, we’ll do something like this again!
For the last time this year, on the 22nd of December, people shopped at the Moose Exchange for high-quality local foods, art, and crafts, right in our own back yard! Stay tuned for our 2013 Market plans, and much more — you’ll see it here first.