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Starting in January 2020, the Arthaus Projects gallery space will be changing their exhibition schedule to feature four high-impact shows per year instead of the usual ten. In between exhibitions, the gallery will be transformed into a community space called the Williamsport Artisan Shop to …

LEWISBURG – “The beauty of our local forest, fields, mountains and hills are amazingly inspiring,” said Nella Storm. “Painting at different times of day, one may see the mountains pink, magenta, or orange rather than the typical blue, purple, or green.”

Williamsport – Twelve Pennsylvania College of Technology students and one professor are displaying their wood sculpture projects in the new office and gallery space of Lycoming Arts on 46 West Fourth Street. The pieces on display are wooden masks that were hand-carved by the students and the…

The Historical Society's art show will host a juried artists exhibition and sale after a careful evaluation of each artist. The Society, in an effort to represent a diverse pool of art and artists, have selected a mix of traditional and contemporary styles to capture the interest of all sort…

The annual East Lycoming Soccer Association’s Saint Nick’s Novelties Craft Show is returning to Hughesville High School for its 24th year this Saturday, Nov. 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Vendor space sold out entirely this year, and with over 100 crafters attending, everyone will find crafts, gi…

Williamsport  – Local author Charley Springer, who recently published a book of poems, “Juice,” by Regal House Publishing, will be reading a selection of his poetry at the James V. Brown Library at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Dunham’s Department Store in Wellsboro will host a hat luncheon on Saturday, November 16, from 12:15 to 2 p.m. at the historic Penn Wells Hotel with nationally known milliner Christine A. Moore of New York City. The Wellsboro hat luncheon began nearly 15 years ago and has become a fall class…