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March 2016
  • Sat., Mar 19, 12pm:   Pysanky Workshop at the Catlin House. Looking for an Easter keepsake? This spring, we’re hosting a Pysanky-making workshop! Pysanky is a traditional Ukranian craft in which patterns are drawn on the eggs with wax, which protects the egg when dye is applied. The workshop will be hosted by Tammy Budnovitch, a member of S.S. Cyril & Methodius who has been teaching pysanky for several years.
    The workshop will be approximately two hours. There is a $20 fee for the workshop, which will include all supplies needed to make a pysanky egg including kistka, beeswax, egg, egg design, and additional designs to take home.
    Space is limited, so please call us at 570-344-3841 to reserve your space today!
  • Thurs., Mar 31, 9 am-11am: The Canvas of an Ethical Mind:George Catlin, Esq., and the Centennial Celebration of the National Park Service lecture at the Catlin House. (CLE Credits Available) Help us celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service and the role played by artist George Catlin, the cousin of the namesake of the Society’s Catlin  House, in its creation. Presenters will include Attorney Jan Lokuta, who will speak about Catlin and his vision for public lands; Debbie Conway, Superintendent of Steamtown National Historic Site, who will focus on the NPS and national park system. The Society’s collection of Catlin’s western art prints will also be display.
    This program is free to the public. Presented in conjunction with the Wilkes-Barre Law and Library Association and Lackawanna Bar Association, the program will provide Continuing Legal Education credits for lawyers. Contact your local bar association to register for CLE credits, or call the Society at 570-344-3841 to register for the program.

 

April 2016

 

  • Sat., Apr 9, 8 pm  The 12th Annual Grand Civil War Ball at the Century Club. Dancing will begin at 8 pm, with music by period band Spare Parts and prompting by Ball Preceptor Martha Griffin. Period dress and dress blues or grays are greatly admired, but not required. Tickets are $35 for an individual or $60 for a couple.
  • Sun., Apr 10, 11am-2pm  Downton Abbey Brunch at the Carmen’s at the Radisson Lackawanna Station. Click Here for more details.
  • Sun., Apr 17, 7 am   Seneca Lake Wine Trail! The bus will leave Scranton at 7 am and after a brief stop for breakfast will head to the Fox Run Winery followed by an extensive Brunch Buffet at Belhurst Castle (including Bloody Marys and Mimosas). The tour will then go to Three Brothers Winery with three themed wineries and a brewery. Tickets are $115 per person. Space is limited, so reserve yours today! Please contact the Society to reserve your space.
  • Sun., Apr. 24, 2pm The Bristol at Olde Brick Theater, with a special showing to benefit the LHS ! The Bristol, a historical drama/comedy (with adult content), is based on the Providence Divorce Bill of 1877, with a look at how such a bill affected local residents at the time. It is written by Marnie Azzarelli and Margo L. Azzarelli and produced by Diva Productions. The play will be performed at the Olde Brick Theatre, 126 West Market Street in Scranton over two weekends in April, with a special LHS benefit show on April 24th at 2 p.m.  LHS Benefit tickets are $15/regular show tickets are $12 Call for reservations (570) 209-7766
  • Sat., Apr 30, TBD  “You Live Here; You Should Know This!” game show at Montage Mountain Stay tuned for more information!
May 2016

 

 

 

 
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