10 Things To Do In The Susquehanna Valley April 2017

April in the Susquehanna Valley is a BUSY time of year, with many activities!  There's the spring Amish sale, the Arts Festival in Lewisburg, dog bone hunts along with Easter Egg hunts,  Comic Con, and so much more!

Visit the Little League World Series Museum
& Take a Special Behind The Scenes Tour - FOR FREE!  

World of Little League® Museum Offering Behind-the-Scenes Tours at Open House on April 1
Visitors will get exclusive access to the Dr. Creighton J. Hale International Grove, Volunteer Stadium, and Howard J. Lamade Stadium. 
Visitors to the World of Little League®: Peter J. McGovern Museum and Official Store, on Saturday, April 1, will have the unique opportunity to participate in behind-the-scenes tours of the Little League® International complex. 
As a part of the museum’s annual Open House, two full-complex tours are scheduled to begin in front of the museum at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., respectively. There is no fee for the guided tour and admission to the World of Little League Museum is free that day.

Attend the Amish Sale in Washingtonville PA

See my posts and photos from past years sales here:

See Herbie at the Penn College Library:

“Herbie, the Love Bug,” the iconic Volkswagen Beetle, will be on display in Penn College’s Madigan Library through the end of the semester. The car, used in “Disney on Ice” performances, is on loan from the William E. Swigart Jr. Automobile Museum in Huntingdon, among the supportive partners in the college’s automotive restoration technology major. Herbie, complete with expressive eyelashes and a hood that opens to reveal teeth and a tongue, was installed in the library to encourage literacy."
Library Hours - https://www.pct.edu/students/library

JOHN MOORE"The defiant Northumberland editor vs. President John Adams”

April 20th  
"In 1798 the U.S. government enacted the Alien and Sedition laws, which, among other things, made it illegal to criticize the president of the United States.
These laws didn’t sit well with Thomas Cooper, editor of the Sunbury and Northumberland Gazette. In June 1799 he published blistering criticism of the president. One of his readers sent the article to the U.S. government.In April 1800, Cooper stood trial in Philadelphia, charged with libeling Adams. Convicted, Cooper spent six months in jail.A retired newspaper editor, Moore will provide details of the case and tell why the news media today enjoys the freedom to criticize our government,"

Take Your Dog on an Easter Bone Hunt
"You and your dog are invited to our Third annual Free Dog Bone Easter Egg Hunt. We have at least 1500 (we will add more if there seems to be a big interest) Easter Eggs with dog bones and also treats for the owner. These eggs will be placed in our fields for dogs and owner to retrieve. Times will be as follows: Those with dogs up to 25 lbs. will start at 2:30 with registration starting at 1. All dogs must be registered - see above rule # 5.
Those with dogs 26 lbs or more will start at 3:15 with registration starting at 1. All dogs must be registered - see above rule # 5. ."

See all the rules and information at the link above!

Attend a Lecture on The History Of Milton Pa
Website: http://www.milton2017.com/
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/miltonpa2017/
This lecture series leading up to the Milton Bicentennial have been fantastic!  

And don't forget to get your train tickets, on sale April 10th!

Superhero & Princess Breakfast In Montoursville

Tickets will be sold at the door ,all you can eat, beverages included.  $7 for adults, $3 ages 12 and under.

Comic Con Comes To WIlliamsport April 23rd

Attend the Arts Festival In Lewisburg Pa
The Celebration of the Arts is anchored by two main events:
The Arts Festival, Saturday, April 29th, 2017, from 10AM-5PM – art, entertainment, and food all along Market Street

Lewisburg Live!, Saturday, May 13th, 2017 – 8-10 bands in venues throughout downtown

New Columbia Community Yard Sales

April 28th, New Columbia PA

Attend the Spring Artisan Craft Fair 

at Whispering Oaks Vineyard, April 30th 2017


More April Recommendations, from 2016: