Monthly Archives: April, 2014
Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who came out to support the Exchange at Bloomsburg’s 36th annual Renaissance Jamboree, especially Denny & Pearl’s Pizza, Pickles the Clown, and the B.U. geology students who volunteered –
Come see art made in response to the open, poetic language of improvisational storytelling written by people with dementia –
Right in front of the Moose Exchange on Saturday the 26th, Denny & Pearl’s with all of their delicious favorites — pizza, stromboli, and fried dough — plus Pickles the Clown, plus quilt chances!
Fourteen Central Columbia and Columbia Montour Vo-Tech high school students make up the first group in an exciting new program called T-Biz Bloomsburg, an experiential learning opportunity to teach students how to run businesses of their own design.
On Tuesday the 22nd, the Moose Exchange and Bloomsburg University’s Green Campus Initiative bring another movie into Downtown Bloomsburg, shown at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, at the corner of Main and Iron Streets. FREE and open to all ages: “Play Again” — we’ll play outside before the movie!
Rita Millard, who until recently ran Fabrics Galore in a storefront just up Main Street from the Antler, has donated this extraordinary quilt to the Exchange for us to use as a fundraiser –
Join us from 6 to 8 tonight, Friday the 11th, at the Antler, 24 East Main Street, Bloomsburg, for the first artists’ reception here, for the show “Stairwell to a Factory to the Antler” –
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 started on Tuesday, the 8th of April, and it rated coverage on WNEP, channel 16 –