Monthly Archives: March, 2014

Moose Exchange movie sponsorship continues

On two Tuesdays in April, the Moose Exchange and Bloomsburg University’s Green Campus Initiative bring movies into Downtown Bloomsburg, shown at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Free and open to all ages — especially “Play Again”: We’ll play outside before the movie starts!

Clean-up work at the Exchange will start soon!

The Bowling Alley doesn’t look quite like this right now, but it will again someday — and even better! Work on the clean-up at the Exchange will start the week of the 7th of April –

Destination Blues will return in 2015

On February 7th & 8th, 2014, Columbia & Montour counties heated up with the first annual Destination Blues music festival, “Your Winter Blues Heaven on Route 11.” On February 6th and 7th, 2015, we’ll do it again!

Waiting, waiting, waiting . . .

We’ve had a long, cold winter indeed, the Moose Exchange remains cold and dark, and so far it doesn’t feel much like spring, but we have heard tell of goldfinches reappearing at some feeders in Bloomsburg –

Thank you, donors

THANK YOU to the 80 donors who contributed more than $24,000 to the Exchange during “Raise the Region 2014″ — we could not do what we do without you!

Did you see the Exchange on WNEP?

During Thursday’s “Raise the Region” event, reporter Nikki Krize came to Bloomsburg and talked to Exchange director Oren B. Helbok and AGAPE director Eileen Chapman. Video available by clicking here –

Legendary Comics and Tea reopens!

Noon-8 p.m., Wednesdays through Saturdays (just like the old days), at 157 West Main Street, just a couple of doors up from the Moose Exchange –