The Lackawanna County 3 On 3 Basketball Tournament will be conducted on the 100 – 200 blocks of Wyoming Avenue on Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2. Sunday, August 3 has been reserved as a rain date.
The intersections affected by the event will be closed from 8 AM Friday through Sunday evening, if necessary.
COLTS pickup and discharge will be done in the 100 block of Franklin Avenue on Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2.
The areas affected are the intersections of: Spruce Street and N. Washington Avenue, except for bank traffic and alley accessibility; Lackawanna and Wyoming Avenues by Citizens Savings Bank and The Oppenheim Building; and Linden Street and Wyoming Avenue by the private parking lot and St. Luke’s Church.
Reading is fundamental for broadening a youngster’s perspective on life and the world at-large. It also pays great dividends.
Youngsters, who participate in the Lackawanna County Library System’s Summer Reading Clubs, receive a passport that offers them admittance to a variety of County cultural events.
One activity that the passport is good for is the Friday, August 1, ARTS Engage Day at the Electric City Trolley Museum on 300 Cliff Street, Scranton, on the property of the Steamtown National Historic Site, from 10 AM – Noon.
Children with a passport will gain free admission to the program, have access to a variety of fun arts activities and be able to enjoy a free trolley ride with an accompanying adult.
Initiated in 2006, the passport program is a collaboration between the Library System and the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority. It entitles the holder to one free admission at the Electric City Trolley Museum, Lackawanna Coal Mine Tours, Steamtown National Historic Site, the Everhart and Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museums, and the Scranton Cultural Center.
Each Summer since its inception, the passport program has provided children with more than 10,000 free admissions to the County’s major attractions.
For more information on ARTS Engage! Day, please contact the Arts & Culture Department at 570.963.6590, ext. 106, or visit email@example.com.
The Lackawanna County Commissioners join Scranton Tomorrow, City of Scranton and PNC Foundation representatives to promote Scranton Tomorrow’s Drive-In Downtown Movies Series. The outdoor program, held on Lackawanna County Courthouse Square, has already featured “Frozen” and Despicable Me 2” and will continue on August 7, August 21 and September 4, which is college night.
A community vote will take place until Thursday, July 31, for the August 7 showing. The movie selections are: The Wizard of Oz, Annie, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Harry Potter (original) and Smurfs 2. The public can vote for its favorite film at www.lackawannacounty.org or www.scrantontomorrow.org.
Prior to the start of the movies, children’s activities are offered by the Lackawanna County Library System, Little Hands Big Art and Drawn to Art Studio at 8 p.m. The series sponsors are Lackawanna County, the PNC Foundation, Elm Park United Methodist Church, Peoples Security Bank, Lamar Advertising, WNEP and Dan Simrell Advertising.
|L-r, Kevin Rogers, PNC Bank, sponsor; Robert McGoff, Scranton City Council President; Leslie Collins, Executive Director of Scranton Tomorrow; Commissioner Jim Wansacz; Commissioner Corey D. O’Brien; and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.