|Events for: Saturday, December 07, 2019|
|Glick`s Greenhouse Poinsettia Show|
|Dates:||Friday, December 06, 2019 - Monday, December 09, 2019|
|Title:||Glick`s Greenhouse Poinsettia Show|
|Description:||Celebrate Christmas in the sweetest way at the Glick’s Poinsettia Show with this year’s theme, Christmas Confections. Creative displays among 10,000 poinsettias, live music, free refreshments, and business wreath decorating contest. Event is Friday Dec. 6th (9 to 9), Saturday Dec. 7th (9-5) and Monday Dec. 9th (9to9). Glick’s is located at 57 Fisher Mill Road, Oley. Visit our Website for more information www.glicksgreenhouse. com.|
|Times:||9:00AM - 9:00PM|
|17th Annual Stocking Stuffer|
|Dates:||Friday, December 06, 2019 - Sunday, December 08, 2019|
|Title:||17th Annual Stocking Stuffer|
|Description:||Welcome the holiday season with a local tradition at the Centre Furnace Mansion! Over 50 regional fine artists, antique dealers, crafters and dedicated Historical Society volunteers have been working year-round planning and preparing for the Stocking Stuffer. Proceeds from this annual fundraiser benefit the Centre County Historical Society to support its preservation and public programming efforts.
Some of the sales offerings include: Holiday wreaths and swags prepared by the Centre Furnace Mansion Gardeners, ceramics, fine paper arts, pewter, books, decorative soaps, china and glassware, antiques and vintage collectibles, linens, needlework, photography, jewelry, something for everyone. The Historical Society’s museum store also features beautiful commemorative pewter ornaments created by local pewter artist Jerry Jackson along with many books on local history. A complete list of vendors and details can be viewed at: www.centrehistory.org/stockingstuffer.
ADMISSION: General Admission: $5 – includes hot mulled cider and holiday cookies. Admission tickets are valid for re-admission throughout the weekend.
DATES/TIMES: FRI & SAT, December 6 & 7, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and SUN, December 8, Noon – 4:00 p.m.
LOCATION: The Centre Furnace Mansion, 1001 E. College Ave., State College, PA|
|Times:||9:00AM - 4:00PM|
|Penn State Wine Appreciation Class|
|Dates:||Thursday, August 29, 2019 - Thursday, December 12, 2019|
|Title:||Penn State Wine Appreciation Class|
|Description:||Local wine lovers are invited to learn more about viniculture, viticulture and the sensory evaluation of wine in Penn State’s Fall 2019 Wine Appreciation course.
“This course concentrates on the sensory elements of wine and with emphasis on Old World and New World traditions, food pairing, and the practice of responsible tasting,” said Donna Quadri-Felitti, PhD, Marvin Ashner Director and Associate Professor, School of Hospitality Management.
Paul Woolley, Penns Valley resident who participated in the spring semester course, said, “It’s a broad survey with a significant amount of depth. It is a comprehensive class for anyone wanting to learn about wine, particularly the viniculture (making of wine) and viticulture (cultivation and harvesting).”
He added that one of the best features of the course is that both instructors strongly encourage participation and notes, “Anyone who takes this class will have much better understanding about wines and how to better enjoy them.”
Class meets every Thursday of the fall semester from 4:35 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., beginning August 29, 2019 with the final class on December 12, 2019. All classes are held in the Keller Building on the Penn State University Park Campus with convenient parking in the Nittany Lion Parking Garage. All participants must be 21 years of age, with valid photo identification.
This is a combined course that mixes Penn State students taking the class for credit with adults from the community taking it for non-credit. Non-credits adults have the option to test their learning each week with online quizzes, same as the Penn State students. “The mix of ages and backgrounds enhances each participants’ learning experience, as developing your personal wine palette, preferences and knowledge is best accomplished in a community of like-minded learners who share,” commented instructor, Pat Felitti, a sommelier and former New York City fine-dining restaurateur.
Fees are $399 for PSU affiliates or $429 for the general public. In addition to instruction and weekly tasting, all participants receive a one-year free subscription to Wine Spectator.
Registration deadline is 11:59 pm, September 4, 2019. To register or for more information, visit our website https://hhd.psu.edu/wine-appreciation.Questions may be directed to Lisa Clapper at 814-865-8898.
|Times:||4:30PM - 6:30PM|