THE MORNING GETAWAY!
with Angela & Jason
Weekdays from 6am – 10am
Weekdays from 10am – 3pm
Weekdays from 3pm – 7pm
Weekdays from 7pm – Midnight
You can play every Friday at 9am!
The Nittany Stage Race is a two day long stage race. Offering a challenging road course, incredible downtown racing, lots of bang for your buck, and all to help a great cause… the Nittany Stage Race is going to be the greatest race event of your summer!
This highly anticipated event offers a full USAC lineup, and equal prizes in men’s and women’s categories. Saturday’s road race will be held in Black Moshannon State Park and delivers amazing descents, truly epic vistas and more than 1,900 ft of climbing per lap! A tried and true course, it has frequently been selected as the championship road race for the Eastern Collegiate Cycling Conference.
Sunday begins with a Merckx Style time trial running through campus and down College Avenue allowing for excellent visibility by spectators. The opportunity to race the time trial as an open event will also be offered to local residents and is expected to be the highlight of the weekend as cyclists go flying down State Colleges main drag! A criterium around State College’s memorial field will begin shortly after 1:00 and features a six turn “L-shaped” course!
The organizers of the Nittany Stage Race don’t think that it could actually be the greatest race in Pennsylvania unless it supported all cyclists. For this reason the Nittany Stage Race will be offering equal prizes to both Men’s and Women’s categories! A complete breakdown of the $12,000 prize purse may be found at the bottom of this page. The Nittany Stage Race isn’t just for die hard cyclists. With a full USAC lineup, an open ITT, and a growing list of family friendly events the Nittany Stage Race is an event for everyone!
For more information please visit RaceStateCollege.com!
WHERE Ramada State College Hotel & Conference Center
The Rollin’ with Rotary tour will kick off Saturday in State College.
The canned food drive for the local food bank will be led by four young professionals known as “Rollin’ with Rotary.”
Jason Browne, of State College, will join Adam Barth, of Jacksonville, N.C., Kathy Fahy, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, and Marie Fallon, of Pittsburgh, in a weeklong drive from State College to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to rally communities and “to create excitement about giving, sharing talents, sharing kindness with others and simply being a gift to the world.”
“We want everyone to see that Rotary is cool, hip and relevant,” Rotary International Director Jennifer Jones said. “My job on the tour is to introduce you to the bright future of our organization and this is the first time that anything like this has ever been attempted. These four young professional Rotarians exemplify how Rotarians feel at every age — ready for service to their communities and the world.”
Rollin’ with Rotary’s kickoff rally will be at 1:45 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, followed by about 100 Rotarians and young professionals picking up canned goods door-to-door to help assist the local food bank. The event is open to the public. ‘
Anyone who can’t attend but would like to donate canned goods can drop them off at the Ramada Inn before 3 p.m. Saturday or at the Rollin’ with Rotary RV, which will be downtown with B94.5 from 2:30-3:30 pm.
Courtesy Of : Centre Daily Times
WHERE The State Theatre
After Amy (Anna Paquin) loses her mother in a car accident, she must uproot her life and move to Canada to live with her father, Thomas, (Jeff Daniels), an oddball inventor with whom she has no relationship. She initially struggles to find her place in her new home, but things change when she stumbles upon a collection of abandoned goose eggs. When the eggs hatch, Amy and her dad work together teaching the motherless birds to fly south for the winter, and their relationship blooms.
Courtesy of: The State Theatre
WHERE Grange Fairgrounds
FarmFest is a fun, free, community-building event that fosters knowledge of organic
agriculture and sustainable living through educational opportunities, local foods,
lively entertainment, and interactive family activities.
WHERE HOUSERVILLE UMC HOUSE OF HOPE
COST: $10 – ADULTS/FREE – CHILDREN UNDER 12
Bringing the community together to raise money and gather volunteers to help our neighbors living with cancer.
BENEFEAST EVENTS INCLUDE:
LIVE MUSIC – 11 am-9 pm = $10 wristband
Everywhere Danger, Texas Blues Alley, Four Corners,
Soul Harbor, Jesse Owen, Teddy Coppes, Eric Ian Farmer, Steve and Marybeth Morrison, Carol Pharo and Company
Night Owl Country Crafts, Cobblestone Tinkers, Silpada Jewelry, Thirty One, Jamberry Nails, Massage Therapist, Karl Family Baskets and More
Vendor Warriors 4 a Cure Relay for Life team
The Houserville UMC House of Hope is hosting the second annual Benefeast for local residents who have experienced financial duress as a result of their struggles with cancer through a two day celebration of life and the local arts. Benefeast 2015’s goal is to raise funds that will be used to extend help to friends and neighbors who are in the midst of cancer treatment. We want to offer assistance with tangible items…lawn care, snow removal, home repairs, grocery shopping, meal preparation…when they are fighting to get well. Cancer puts physical, emotional and financial strain on people, and Benefeast aims to ease their concerns and let them concentrate on treatment and healing.
The benefit/gathering will feature the work of local artists, musicians/bands, vendors, and restaurants as well as a silent auction to raise funds to support people battling cancer in our community. Benefeast is being hosted by and held on the grounds of The Houserville House of HOPE on August 8, 2015.
Credits To: http://benefeast.org/
WHERE Medlar Field at Lubrano Park
Come join us and the B-Terns for T-Shirt Tuesday at the Spikes Game!
The first 500 fans will receive a Spikes 10th Season T-Shirt! Celebrate the milestone 2015 campaign with this limited edition tee!
Courtesy of: The Spikes
WHERE The State Theatre
Adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic fairy tale, “The Secret Garden.” Mary Lennox (Kate Maberly) is an orphan sent to live with her uncle at his mansion that is full of secrets. She discovers a crippled cousin she never knew she had and a neglected garden she is determined to bring back to life.
Courtesy of: The State Theatre