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Wellsboro’s 36th annual Dickens of a Christmas Celebration was held earlier this December, with a weekend Victorian marketplace full of vendors, crafts, entertainment, and food. It’s a long-cherished tradition for the thousands of people who come from near and far. 

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You might have the tree, the gifts, and the menu planned. But for many, an essential part of the holiday is the music. Whether you want to listen to voices or join in singing, there are a variety of concerts, choirs, and sing-alongs all around the area this weekend. Music makes the holiday. 

Both more infectious and infinitely more fun than the flu, the Williamsport Business Association and Lycoming Arts invite you to Catch the Holiday Spirit from December 13 through December 15! With live music spreading cheerful energy through the air and a holiday window decorating contest se…

On Saturday, December 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Uptown Music Collective will be holding an Open House at the school’s facility located at 144 West Third Street in downtown Williamsport. The facility features eight private lesson suites, two classrooms, two ensemble rooms, a computer lab…

Montoursville — Christian and gospel singer Nick Biddle is hosting a Christmas concert on Sunday, December 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Lycoming Valley Baptist Church, located at 4980 Lycoming Mall Drive. Admission is free and open to the public.

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On October 10, the community came together in celebration of music and music education at the inaugural LIVE UNITED in Music event held at the Community Arts Center (CAC) in downtown Williamsport. LIVE UNITED is not just a catchy phrase but a way a community can work together to make a diffe…

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For 75 years the Williamsport Civic Chorus (WCC) has filled the town with music. For a grand celebration worthy of this milestone, WCC will have a Gala Dinner and special concert featuring their favorite choral works by the great masters: Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Handel, Faure, and more.

Selinsgrove — Susquehanna University’s Jordan Randall Smith has received national recognition for his work as music director of Baltimore’s Symphony Number One.