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Events between: Sunday, October 23, 2016 and Saturday, October 29, 2016
Events for: Sunday, October 23, 2016
Folk Dance Classes
Dates:Sunday, October 23, 2016
Title:Folk Dance Classes
Description:Johnstown Concert Ballet DANCE WORKS is presenting Folk Dance Classes Where and When: Sunday, October 23rd at the BOTTLE WORKS Youth, 6 and up: 12:30-1:30PM Adult: 1:45-3:00PM $5/per class. Pay at the door, but pre-registration helps: or call 243-2224 Instructors: Beth Stafura and Richard Balazs, instructors and director at the Pittsburgh Folk Factory and former Tamburitzans
Times:12:30PM - 3:00PM

Mifflin County Service of Remembrance
Dates:Sunday, October 23, 2016
Title:Mifflin County Service of Remembrance
Description:As the seasons change and we move closer to the holiday season, many times our thoughts turn to those we love – our family and friends who celebrate the joy of the season with us and those who are no longer here but whose memory burns brightly in our hearts. Home Nursing Agency invites community members who have experienced the loss of a loved one to attend a Service of Remembrance on Sun., Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. at the Grace United Methodist Church, 101 Logan St., Lewistown. This memorial service offers an opportunity for community members to pay special tribute to loved ones who have passed away by sharing the loved one’s name to be read during the service and by decorating a luminary bag to be displayed. Attendees can come at 2:30 p.m. to decorate luminary bags before the service begins at 3 p.m. Registration is requested. Attendees can register by visiting and completing a brief form or by calling 1-800-445-6262 (select option three and ask for ext. 2566). Home Nursing Agency will once again be displaying Lights of Love at the Agency’s Mifflin County office, 129 S. Main St., Lewistown, with blue and white lights representing HNA hospice and grief services. The Lights of Love holiday giving campaign invites people to make a donation of any amount in honor or memory of loved ones. Donations can be made by calling 1-855-GIVE-HNA (1-855-448-3462) or visiting Home Nursing Agency’s website at Donors can write a personal dedication in memory or honor of their loved ones that will be featured on interactive trees on the Agency’s website. The Home Nursing Agency Foundation welcomes all private and public donations, which are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. For more information about Lights of Love, please contact Pam Seasoltz, director of development, at 814-946-5411, ext. 2565.
Times:3:00PM - 5:00PM

Events for: Monday, October 24, 2016
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Events for: Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Monitoring and Analyzing Your Cash Position
Dates:Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Title:Monitoring and Analyzing Your Cash Position
Description:Timely, consistent, and accurate record keeping is essential to monitor business performance, prepare tax returns, and make well-informed decisions regarding a business. The Penn State Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering Business Financial Management Essentials. This series will provide business owners and managers with the skills and knowledge needed to set up an accounting system, track income and expenses, maintain financial records, understand and analyze cash flow and utilize QuickBooks™ accounting software for their businesses. Tax and Bookkeeping Considerations for the Small Business Owner: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 243 Technology Center Building, 200 Innovation Blvd., University Park 9:00 a.m.—11:30 a.m. Why does a business owner need to understand accounting concepts and keep accurate records? Because it helps them monitor progress, understand computerized systems, prepare tax returns, and survive an audit. This workshop offers an introduction to: · basic accounting concepts and terms · accounting methods and systems · income and business taxes · business tax deductions · common financial statements Monitoring and Analyzing Your Cash Position: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 243 Technology Center Building, 200 Innovation Blvd., University Park 9:00 a.m.—11:30 a.m. Many businesses have ‘gone broke while making profit.’ Why does this happen? Because profit doesn’t necessarily mean cash. In this workshop you will learn the difference between cash flow and profit, as well as how to: · Assess and manage your cash flow · Project your business’s short-term and long-term cash flow needs · Analyze cash flow statement · Understand an accountant-prepared cash flow statement Cost: $40 per person Space is limited and prior registration and prepayment are requested. What you will receive: Instruction from a professional business consultant, USB Flash Drive with financial, cash flow and other helpful business templates and free one-on–one confidential consulting after the classes. Registration and Pay: Please visit Preregistration is requested at least two business days before seminar. Directions: Technology Center: Go to Parking: For seminars held in the Technology Center in Innovation Park, visitor free parking is available in the rear of building in the designated sign area. Other parking is available across the street at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel. About the speaker: Michael Ryan, Penn State SBDC Business Consultant Michael has been a business consultant since June 2000. Michael specializes in researching, accounting, and tax issues and preparing detailed financial reports for SBDC clients. He has worked with clients in many different industries, including construction, landscaping, retail, food service, and real estate investment. Prior to joining the SBDC, Michael worked for a manufacturing company and in the banking industry. He is a Penn State graduate with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Times:9:00AM - 11:00AM

Ghost Town Next Door - forgotten Erbtown
Dates:Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Title:Ghost Town Next Door - forgotten Erbtown
Description:On Tuesday, October 25 at 7 p.m., local historian and Penn State electrical engineering graduate Bob Hazelton will deliver a Halloween-appropriate lecture, “The Ghost Town Next Door - the story of Erbtown.” Hazelton is a member of the Pasto Museum, Centre County Genealogical Society and Bald Eagle Archaeological Society and serves as a history consultant to ClearWater Conservancy and as Vice President of the Centre County Historical Society. He will share his experiences exploring and researching the abandoned early settlement, and make connections between past and present of the area between Pine Grove Mills and Baileyville, Pennsylvania. The Pasto Agricultural Museum of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences -- where we connect the history of agricultural science and technology to the present day thru hands-on exhibits, programs, and demonstrations. Located 3 miles west of Pine Grove Mills, Route 45, Gate K Museum address: 2710 West Pine Grove Road, Pennsylvania Furnace 16865
Times:7:00PM - 8:30PM

Odd Squad LIVE!
Dates:Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Title:Odd Squad LIVE!
Description:Attention Odd Squad fans: there is oddness in your town, and Ms. O needs you to help solve it. Team up with brand new agents Orian and Oleanna in this live, interactive adventure. With help from Ms. O back at headquarters, kids will put their STEM skills to the test and decode, decipher, and unravel clues to stop villains like Father Time and Lady Terrible. Featuring an original script by the creators of Odd Squad and new music, including songs by Soundcheck, Odd Squad LIVE! is a laugh-out-loud, action-packed experience not to be missed. Odd Squad is an Emmy Award-winning series about a spy organization run by kids that investigates anything strange, weird, and especially odd. Each episode follows kid agents as they track down villains, stop odd creatures, and help people with odd conditions like The Jinx or The Sing-Alongs. Odd Squad is a little Men in Black for kids, mixed with Airplane and elements of Get Smart. Also embedded in each episode is a math lesson aimed at kids 4 to 8, leading to the expression: Odd is the problem, math is the solution. Odd Squad LIVE! is based on the PBS Kids series Odd Squad, created by Tim McKeon and Adam Peltzman with original music by Paul Buckley. It is produced by The Fred Rogers Company and Sinking Ship Entertainment. Major funding for Odd Squad is provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the U.S. Department of Education.
Times:7:30PM - 9:00PM

Events for: Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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Events for: Thursday, October 27, 2016
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Events for: Friday, October 28, 2016
The Patch Club: A 1920s Speakeasy Event
Dates:Friday, October 28, 2016
Title:The Patch Club: A 1920s Speakeasy Event
Description:The community is invited to take a step back in time to the Roaring Twenties for a fun evening of music, dinner theatre, food and drinks at The Patch Club: A 1920s Speakeasy Event on Fri., Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. at The Casino at Lakemont. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Home Nursing Agency Healing Patch children’s grief program. Just like the Prohibition-era speakeasies, attendees will be given a password to get into this unique event, where they will enjoy an interactive mystery dinner theatre and music by Tommy Wareham and the Intrigues. Tickets are $50 each with a cash bar. Ticket buyers can also take advantage of the “Speakeasy Special” to fill a table of eight for the price of seven tickets. “The Patch Club definitely offers something NEW: a unique evening of speakeasy-style support for an equally unique program to benefit grieving children and their families,” share Jeanie Geist, Patch Club planning committee member. “Even the gangsters of the 20s had a soft spot for kids. Get your tickets and password and be ready for a rip-roaring good time, 1920s-style: speakeasy atmosphere, hot jazz, prohibition-era food and drink, complete with a mystery twist!" Tickets are available online at or can be purchased by calling the HNA Foundation at 1-855-GIVE-HNA (1-855-448-3462). Tickets are also available at the HNA Corporate Office, 20 Sheraton Dr., Altoona (near Outback), or the HNA Administrative Office, 201 Chestnut Ave., Altoona, from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and 1920s dress is encouraged. Attendees must be 21 years of age and must present identification upon request.
Times:6:00PM - 11:00PM

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Dates:Friday, October 28, 2016
Title:Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Description:Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, which last performed at Penn State in 2008, returns for its fourth United States tour—this time under the baton of Music and Artistic Director Jacek Kaspszyk. The orchestra, “a highlight of the year. … one of the best-kept secrets in the business” (Los Angeles Times), gave its first concert in 1901 and has performed on five continents. Kaspszyk, a graduate of Warsaw Academy of Music, has been at the helm of the orchestra since 2013. In addition to his leadership of the Warsaw Philharmonic, Kaspszyk has guest conducted the Berlin, New York, London, Royal, and Prague philharmonics plus other prestigious orchestras throughout the world. Seong-Jin Cho, who won the seventeenth Chopin International Piano Competition in Warsaw in 2015, makes his U.S. touring debut in autumn 2016. The Seoul, South Korea, native, still in his early 20s, has also earned major prizes in Russia and Japan. The pianist, who has lived in Paris since 2012, recently signed an exclusive recording contract with Deutsche Grammophon. “Cho has an enviable ability to make every note sound distinct and clear, shaping and balancing each phrase perfectly,” writes a reviewer for the classical music website Bachtrack. Cho joins the orchestra to perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37. The orchestra program also includes Mieczyslaw Weinberg’s Polish Melodies Op. 47, No. 2, and Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68.
Times:7:30PM - 9:00PM

Events for: Saturday, October 29, 2016
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