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28 Mar 2015

ButterfliesAdam Swartz Puppet Show at the Centre Region COG Bldg.

“Around the World in Five Folk Tales”    Sat, March 28 3:30 PM
Location: COG Building Forum Room, 2643 Gateway Dr.
Fee: $5 per person (children 4 & under are free)

Travel around the world without leaving your seat! Adam and friends will tell five different versions of a familiar story with a variety of puppetry style; and a lot of help from the audience. See if you can recognize this tale from China, Egypt, Ireland, Canada, and right here where you live! Discover the differences and similarities that make stories from many cultures both unique and unifying. Kids, bring your grown-ups and work together to create a brand-new twist for an old-old tale! Proceeds
support Millbrook Marsh Nature Center and these talented local puppeteers. Advance registration
not required. . Click here to visit Adam's website.

15 Feb 2015
29 Mar 2015
10 May 2015

BandState College Area Municipal Band Concerts

Dr. Ned Deihl, Principal Conductor, and 75 volunteer band members perform a variety of concerts for the community throughout the year. Concerts are held at the SC Area High School South Auditorium. Admission is FREE, but donations for the band are gratefully accepted at the door.   Band Web page.

Valentine’s Day Concert Sunday, February 15    3:00 PM
Spring Concert Sunday, March 29      3:00 PM
• Mother’s Day Concert Sunday, May 10     3:00 PM

1 Apr 2015

Easter Egg9th Annual "Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt for Teens" (for Grades 6-8)

Wednesday, April 1. Event begins at 8:00 PM.  FREE!
Millbrook Marsh Nature Center   (Google Map Link)       Program # 42210
This is not your little sister or brother’s egg hunt. This is bigger, better, darker and extremely COOL for kids in grades 6-8 with candy and prizes! Meet at the Nature Center Barn for games, food, & music before the hunt and don’t forget to bring your flashlight.  FREE, but advance registration is required by Tuesday, March 31. Rain or shine; remember to dress for the weather.  Registration Options

4 Apr 2015

Eggs57th Annual "CRPR Easter Egg Hunt(for children through age 9)

Saturday, April 4 at 2:00 PM. FREE!  No advance registration is required. Centre Region Parks & Recreation’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt (with over 7,000 eggs) is held at Orchard Park, located at the corner of Bayberry Dr. & Blue Course Dr. Prize baskets are provided by members of the State College Rotary Club. The hunt begins at 2:00 PM SHARP, so please arrive in time to meet the Easter Bunny! Held in rain, shine or snow!
Age Group Areas: • 3 & under • 4 & 5 • 6 & 7 • 8 & 9              2014 EVENT PHOTOS POSTED HERE 

12 Apr 2015

Grow flower grow!9th Annual "Earth Day Birthday Celebration"
at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center
  (Google Map Link)

Sunday, April 12, 2015, 2-5 PM. Come enjoy an afternoon of educational fun about the earth and how to protect it! Visit displays from local environmental organizations, enjoy kids activities and crafts, food, games, and more! Earth Day Birthday is great fun for the whole family! This event is planned by PSU Recreation, Parks & Tourism Management students as a class project. Event is held rain or shine. Free Event! Free Parking.

25 Apr 2015

Leaf Raker"2015 CRPR Spring Spruce-Up / Park Partner Day"

Join with many community volunteers on Sat. morning, 25 April 2015 for the 2015 CRPR Spring Spruce-Up Day / Park Partner Day (8:30 AM to noon) to prepare the local municipal parks and other facilities for another busy season! CRPR Park Partner Groups are also asked to hold their Spring park workday on this morning. If you or your group would like to participate in the "CRPR Spring Spruce-Up / Park Partner Day", please sign up before April 15 by contacting Staff Asst. David Barnett at the CRPR Park Operations Office (814) 234-1657.  
This annual event will again coincide with:

  • the 2015 Watershed Cleanup Day sponsored by ClearWater Conservancy. Please register by April 15 with Lori Davis if you or your group would like to participate in this event.
  • the Mt. Nittany Spring Cleanup Day sponsored by the Mount Nittany Conservancy. Please register by April 15 with Bob Andronici if you or your group would like to participate at Mt. Nittany.
26 Apr 2015

MMNC Logo Spring Scavenger Hunt at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center (Google Map Link) 

Sunday, April 26, 2015, 2-4 PM. Families work together to explore the marsh for signs of spring and have a fun time together with this eco-friendly scavenger hunt! This event is FREE but donations are appreciated.

2 May 2015

OakleafOak Hall Regional Park GRAND OPENING & DAY OF PLAY

Saturday, May 2, 2015  (Rain date : Sunday, May 3)

Please click HERE for more information about this exciting event.

Scott'sCentre Region Parks & Recreation
2015 Pitch, Hit & Run Contest - Local Competition

Sat., May 2, 2015 at 10:30 AM
The Scott's & Major League Baseball’s PITCH, HIT & RUN CONTEST is a free, national program that offers boys and girls ages 7-14 the chance to showcase their baseball & softball abilities.  This FREE event is intended to encourage youth participation and emphasize the fun element of the sport. Boys and girls compete together in four different age groups: 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14. Age is determined as of July 17, 2015. A Birth Certificate is required for age verification. For more information contact CRPR c/o Jeff Hall at 231-3071.   2014 Results Posted (PDF)

16 May 2015

BirdsBirds & Bagels Program at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center (Google Map Link) 

Saturday, May 16 at 8:30 AM. Join us for an enjoyable morning of birds and bagels!  We’ll start with refreshments then venture out into the marsh for a bird walk. After the walk, we return to the Marsh for an informational bird presentation. No registration is required, program lasts approximately 2 hours and is open to birders of any age or experience level. This program is free but donations are appreciated.  (Please bring binoculars if you have them. MMNC has a limited number to borrow.)

Camera GuyCRPR "2015 Pool Pass Photo Day"

Sat. May 16, 11 AM - 2 PM (rain or shine). The Pool Offices at Welch and Park Forest Pools will be open to sell season passes & to process your 2015 season pass photocards. Beat the early-season lines by getting your photo card ahead of time. Sorry, the pools will not be open for swimming until Sat. 23 May 2015.  
2015 Pool Fees...

21-22 Jun
4 Jul

Swimmer“CRPR Dollar Days at the Pools” on Father's Day Weekend (June 21-22) and on Sat. July 4, 2015.  $1 per person admission all day at Park Forest and Welch Pools! 2014 Season Passholders are admitted free. 2015 Pool schedules...


Swimmer2015 CRPR Family Fun Nights at the Pools!

Events include games, prizes and theme music; come out and enjoy the fun! The ‘After 5 PM’ admission rates will apply or enter FREE with a season pass. The pool will stay open until 9 PM on event nights!
Rain Dates: the next evening (Thursday)

  • Wed., July 1 – Welch Pool Sports Night
  • Wed., July 15 – Park Forest Pool-O-Ween Night
  • Wed., July 29 – Welch Pool Hawaiian Night
  • Wed., Aug. 19 (8-10 PM) - Park Forest Pool “DIVE-IN” MOVIE (Title TBA)
13 Sep 2015

Aqua Dog DayCRPR "Aqua-Dog Day" at Park Forest Pool
to fund additional tree plantings at the new Oak Hall Regional Park.

Sunday, 13 Sep 2015, 1-4 PM. For local dogs who love swimming pools and trees, this Sept. 6th event is sure to please.  Centre Region Parks and Recreation will again hold the “Aqua-Dog Day” event from 1-4 PM on the 1st Sunday after the pool has closed for the 2015 season.  For $5 per dog, humans of all ages can bring their dogs for a swim at the Park Forest Community Swimming Pool, 2100 School Drive in Patton Township. Only dogs will be allowed in the pools, and human admission is free. Proceeds from the event will fund tree plantings at the new Oak Hall Regional Park.   Event Rules:

  • Prior to admission, all human entrants must sign a Release Waiver PLUS show proof of rabies vaccination and proof of a 2015 Dog License for their pet. Since a chip reader is not guaranteed to be available, paper is preferred.
  • One dog per owner; owners must be age 18+ and are responsible for their dog’s behavior. All minors (age 17 and under) must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Dogs must remain on-leash when not using the pools. Only dogs are permitted in the pool (no humans). Lifeguards will be on duty to provide necessary assistance.  
  • Pet waste bags will be available; it is required that pet owners immediately clean up after their dogs.


Prior 2015 Events
Held on
7 Feb

Tea PartyMother/Daughter Tea  (for ages 5-8)

Girls ages 5 to 8, mothers or grandmothers are all invited to attend this tea time event. The event includes a tea party, craft project, a photo station and yummy treats! Come dressed in your finest tea party clothing. Gloves, hats, and boas are absolutely encouraged!
Date: Saturday, February 7              Register at least 1 week in advance.
Time: 1:00-3:00 PM                 Ages: 5-8
Fee: $15R/22.50N for one adult and one child.  Each additional child is $5
Location: COG Building Forum Room, 2643 Gateway Dr., State College      Program #41710    Registration Options

2014 Event Roster... Watch for the 2015 Updates!
Held on
18 May 2014

TennisCentre Region Parks & Recreation & Centre Region Community Tennis Assn. present
Tennis Play Day

Sat., May 17, 2014,  11 AM - 2 PM (Raindate: Sunday, May 18)
at Spring Creek Park Tennis Courts.  To register, please visit

  1. "Tennis Fun for Everyone"  Quick Start tennis, games and prizes for children age 10 and under. Free snow cones and popcorn for kids.
  2. "Try Tennis Free" for ages 11 and up.

Held on
31 May

Kid's Yard SaleCRPR KIDS YARD SALE     (Kid's items by Kid sellers)

Calling all young entrepreneurs ages 8-12; test your skills at our Kids Yard Sale. This event, open to the public and focused only on kid's items by kid sellers, gives young participants the opportunity to set up their single table with the items they wish to sell.  The best part, kids keep their profits! Space is limited to 25 spaces, so please reserve your space early. EVENT RULES:

  • Space assignments will open at 8 AM.  Sites must be set-up by 9:00 AM in the CRPR-designated areas only.  The Yard Sale ends at noon.  All items must be removed by 12:30 PM.
  • The "Kid's Yard Sale" event was planned "for kid's stuff, sold by kids (Age 8-12)."  Accordingly, CRPR staff reserves the right to deny any items they deem as unsuitable for sale.  No food or drink items may be sold.
  • Youth must supply their own table, chair and/or supplies needed for set-up. And don't forget to bring change! Each assigned a space the size of 1 parking space.  Location: near the tennis courts.
  • In case of inclement weather, the event will be postponed; registrants will be notified in advance.

    Program #





    Fee (R/N)


    8-12 yrs

    31 May 2014


    Tudek Park
    Tennis Court Parking Area

    FREE, but advance registration
    is required! Registration Options

Held As

CPO_Logo_2001-2.gifCommunity Sky / Star Watches
  at Tom Tudek Memorial Park, 800 Herman Drive (Ferguson Twp.)

Expand your horizons and see the Universe from a new perspective! At SkyWatch events the public is invited to come and view the Moon, planets, and some of the brighter deep-sky objects through the variety of telescopes owned by CPO members. These free events are co-sponsored by Central PA Observers Club and Centre Region Parks and Recreation Authority. SkyWatches are scheduled for Tom Tudek Memorial Park (meet at Pavilion #1) in Ferguson Township, State College.  FREE!  No advance registration is required. Fridays, pending sky conditions:

  • 4/25/14 @ 8:00-10:00 PM
  • 5/30/14 @ 8:30-10:30 PM
  • 6/27/14 @ 9:00-11:00 PM
  • 7/25/14 @ 8:30-10:30 PM 
  • 8/29/14 @ 8:00-10:00 PM
  • 9/26/14 @ 7:15-9:15 PM
  • 10/24/14 @ 6:30-8:30 PM
Held on
1 June

TrackHershey’s North American Track & Field Youth ProgramHT&F
2014 Youth Track Meet                   

Sunday, 1 June 2014 at 6 PM. Rain or shine!  Registration will start at 5:15 PM at the SCAHS South Track.   FREE!  This program for children age 9-14 reinforces the value of physical fitness through basic track & field events, encouraging them to be the best they can possibly be. Rain or shine. Age is determined as of December 31, 2014. To save time at registration, please print out, complete & bring this PDF registration form to the meet. For general info please visit  See the 2014 results and the 2013 results.  Also watch for the regular Wed. Night Youth Track Meets offered by CRPR each summer.

Held on
14 Jun

Oak LeafRomantic Moonlight Walk at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center (Google Map Link)

Saturday, 14 June 2014, 9-11 PMFREE! Wrap up your special evening with the one you love at the Millbrook Marsh Nature Center for a romantic moonlight walk on the boardwalk! Stroll hand-in-hand in the moonlight, stop under the “kissing tree,” make a wish at the wishing well, and dance in the barn! The walk is open from 9-11 PM. Couples are greeted by a staff member and then enjoy the lantern-lit boardwalk at their own pace. This event is not appropriate for children and will be cancelled in inclement weather, including high winds. No registration is required. FREE with a suggested donation $10 per couple to support the nature center operations.

Held on
28 Jun

TrucksCentre Region Parks & Recreation & Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc.

Saturday, 28 June 2014, 1-4 PM. Bring the kids out for an exciting afternoon of BIG TRUCKS, DUMP TRUCKS, FIRE TRUCKS and MORE! It’s a hands-on experience for the entire family at the S.C. Area High School North Driver Training Lot. FREE; Rain or shine!

And don't forget that the nearby Welch Pool will be open for an after-Expo swim (weather-permitting).

Held on
Fri. 4 July

USA FlagCRPR “Kids-on-Wheels” Parade             “A Centre Region Tradition”

Friday, July 4, 2014. 9:30 AM line-up / Step-off at 10 AM. Hey Kids! Show your patriotism and be part of the annual “CRPR Kids-on-Wheels” Parade. Bring your bike, wagon, scooter, stroller or skateboard and meet us at the corner of East Foster Avenue and Locust Lane (Google Map Link). The parade ends at Friedman Parklet where we will celebrate our nation’s birthday by singing “Happy Birthday to US” and eating watermelon.  FREE!

  • Bike Decorating for the Kids on Wheels Parade: Thursday, July 3, 2014 at 7-7:30 PM at Holmes-Foster Park, Pavilion #2 (off West. Parkway). Join CRPR staff to decorate your bike for the Kids on Wheels Parade. Streamers and tape supplied. Anything else is up to you!

Please note that both swimming pools will close at 6 PM on Friday, 4 July 2014
in order to permit the staff to enjoy the evening holiday festivities with family and friends.

Held on
26 Jul

Triathlon10th Annual “CRPR SPLASH, PEDAL & DASH”
Youth Triathlon

Saturday, 26 July 2014 (raindate: Sat. 2 Aug 2014)
at Welch Pool for ages 6-13.  Route Map (JPG image).  
Entries will be limited so register today! Advance Registration Fee $10; Day of Race Fee: $20 (space-permitting).  The check-in at Welch Pool opens 30 minutes before each race. T-Shirts will be provided for those who register by Friday, July 11.  Event Informational Flyer (PDF)                 Event Waiver Form (PDF)                 Youth Triathlon Results

Age (on event date)
Race Start
Program #
Age 12-13
8:00 AM
200 meter swim > 4 mile bike > 1 mile run
Age 11
8:45 AM
100 meter swim > 2 mile bike > 1/2 mile run
Age 10
9:15 AM
100 meter swim > 2 mile bike > 1/2 mile run
Age 9
9:45 AM
100 meter swim > 2 mile bike > 1/2 mile run
Age 8
10:15 AM
50 meter swim > 1 mile bike > 1/4 mile run
Age 7
10:30 AM
50 meter swim > 1 mile bike > 1/4 mile run
Age 6
10:45 AM
50 meter swim > 1 mile bike > 1/4 mile run
CLICK HERE for the 2004-2014 event results. The event was not held during 2010 due to the Welch Pool renewal.
Held on
27 Jul

Hunt!Alphabet Marsh Family Scavenger Hunt

Sunday, 27 July 2014, 1-3 PM. FREE!  Explore Millbrook Marsh Nature Center with your family during our Alphabet Marsh Scavenger Hunt! This eco-friendly discovery guides you though the marsh to see, touch, smell and hear items found naturally in this exciting eco-system. Take your time, enjoy the day, work together as a team, and have FUN with this kid-friendly activity. No registration required! No fee, but donations are appreciated. 

Held on
31 July

Wooden NickelThe 48th Annual CRPR Day Camp Carnival         “A Centre Region Tradition”

Thursday, 31 July 2014, 6-8 PM at Park Forest Middle School Gym. Come one come all, to the 48th Annual CRPR Day Camp Carnival.   Each year campers in the CRPR KIDVenture Camp programs help to design and run the carnival booths. At each booth, you can play all sorts of carnival games or pitches, and have a chance to win some great prizes! Free admission - then buy a pack of wooden nickets (needed to play the booth games). Note: Starting in 2013, this CRPR Legacy Event transitioned to a "peanut-free" zone.  All are welcome!

PaintingAn Evening of Art in the Marsh
Thursday, 31 July, 6-8 pm. Visit Millbrook Marsh Nature Center and view our display of local artist rendi-tions of nature-theme artwork. Delight in local paintings and photos and even take time to enjoy a walk through the Marsh. A silent auction will take place and many artists will be on-site for a meet and greet. All purchases include a one-year Friends of MMNC individual membership. Refreshments are provided. This event is free, no pre-registration required. Artists who wish to display /donate at this event, please contact MMNC at (814)235-7819.  Link to more info.

Held on
19 Aug

Bowling"BOWL-LIGAN" Centre Region Senior Center Fundraiser
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 at the Bellefonte Lanes.  See the PDF flyer HERE.
Sign-in at noon; bowl from 12:30-2:30 PM. Open to bowlers of all ages! Bring the whole family!

Help the Centre Region Senior Center; all donations benefit Senior Center operations! Prizes include: Oldest Bowler, Youngest Bowler, Oldest Senior Games Shirt, BEST STRIKE Poker Hand, Plus or Minus to your score, Match the Mystery Bowling Bag Score. FEE: $10 includes 3 games and shoe rental. Space is limited; reservations are accepted on a first-paid basis. Please make checks payable to “Centre Region Senior Center” Internet & phone registrations accepted with credit card only. For more info, contact the Centre Region Senior Center at (814) 231-3076 or stop in at 131 S. Fraser Street #1, State College, PA 16801.  Program #54999

Held on
7 Sep 2014

MMNC"Grandparent's Day" Scavenger Hunt

Sunday, 7 Sept 2014, 2-4 PM at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center.  Enjoy Grandparent’s Day with this eco-friendly scavenger hunt! Families work together to explore the marsh for signs of nature and have a fun time together! This event is free, but donations are appreciated. Donations help support MMNC programs. Registration is not required.

Held on
12 Sep 2014

StarsMovie Night Under the Stars - “The Princess Bride

Fri., 12 Sept 2014 at 7:45 PM at Tudek Park. Spread out on the lawn and enjoy a showing of the classic, “The Princess Bride” under the stars shown on our inflatable screen. The movie begins at dusk and are FREE! Blankets and snacks are recommended. Enjoy a “summer evening” before the cooler temperatures of fall set in. Movie cancelled if inclement weather.  Raindate: Sat. 13 Sept.

Held on
12 & 13
Sep 2014

LightShine a Light: Millbrook Marsh Illuminated

Fri. & Sat. 12-13 Sept 2014, 7:30-9:30 PM each evening. Two nights only! Visit Millbrook Marsh Nature Center and see it like never before! Ann Tarantino, Professional Artist and Asst. Professor of Art and Landscape Architecture at PSU, unveils a unique illumination art piece using this beautiful wetland habitat. View glowing, organic patterns under water and illuminated sections of the marsh which allows you to view it in ways never before seen. Sponsored by The Hamer Center for Community Design. This event is family-friendly and invites exploration. Please bring a flashlight for after dark exploration. $10 suggested donation per family per night is welcome! Cancelled in extreme weather conditions. No registration required.

Held on
28 Sep 2014

at the

Punt, Pass & KickCentre Region PUNT, PASS & KICK® Competition    

Sunday, 28 Sep 2014 FREE!   The NFL, Pepsi and the CRPR invite you to participate! PPK is the most well-known youth sports competition in the world.   Held at the John Hess Softball Field Complex (rain or shine). Registration opens at 11:30 AM; competition starts at noon.
REGISTER IN ADVANCE via the NFL Punt Pass & Kick Website
. The top finishers in each age group advance to future competitions.  For more information on the local PP&K program contact Jeff Hall at CRPR (231-3071). Open to all Centre Region youth age 6-15 (as of 31 Dec 2014):

Competition Categories:      (Age as of 31 Dec 2014)

SoccerThe State College Elks Lodge #1600 present
The 2014 Elks Soccer Shoot Contest

Hosted by Centre Region Parks and Recreation at the John Hess Softball Field Complex (rain or shine).
Registration opens at 2:30 PM, competition starts at 3PM. Competition Categories: Boys & Girls U8, U10, U12, U14 (as of the day of context). Entry forms can be completed on-site or to pre-register and more info, contact Dave Wasson w:867-7422.

Held on
11 Oct 2014

Bird“The Big Sit” 2014 International Birding Event      Post-event Bird Sighting Report (PDF)

Visit Millbrook Marsh Nature Center on Sat. 11 Oct 2014 from 9-11 AM to (quietly) cheer on naturalists and volunteer birders who sit inside a 17’ diameter circle and tally as many bird species as can be seen or heard within 24 hours. "The Big Sit!" is an annual international birding event hosted by Bird Watcher’s Digest where teams all over the world sit inside their selected circle and count birds. “The Big Sit!” will help catalog the species in the Centre Region and data is then submitted to Bird Watcher’s Digest. The birding team is scouting the marsh to find the best location for their circle. Visitors should follow signs through the marsh to find the team the day of the sit. Please remember to approach the circle quietly. Our friends from Shaver's Creek, Penns Valley Conservation Association, and Bald Eagle State Park are participating in the Big Sit at their locations also! Free to visitors. No registration is necessary. Please note: there are no event activities going on during the circle; visitors can birdwatch with us, ask questions or just observe.

Held on
15 Oct 2014

Dark In The Park"Dark in the Park"  "DIM IN THE GYM"
THE "(Simulated) CAMPFIRE"

Wed., 15 Oct 2014, 7:00-8:30 PM, Sunset Park, 850 McKee Street PARK FOREST ELEM. SCHOOL ALL PURPOSE ROOM. FREE! Area storytellers perform at the 19th Annual Dark in the Park. Enjoy seasonal stories and campfire-type fairy tales while bundled up with family and friends. Don’t forget to bring your blankets, snacks and of course hot cocoa! Car-pooling is strongly recommended. This event is cosponsored by Centre Region Parks & Recreation and Schlow Centre Region Library. For more information, please call 231-3071. Due to inclement weather, this event was moved to the PARK FOREST ELEM. SCHOOL All Purpose Room (Patton Twp.).

Held on
26 Oct 2014

Pumpkin The 68th Annual "CRPR Halloween Costume Parade" 

SUNDAY, 26 October 2014, 6:30 PM LINE UP, 7:00 PM STEP-OFF.
A FREE fall family tradition . . . the 2014 Centre Region Halloween Costume Parade. Centre Region Parks & Recreation and the State College Lions Club will cosponsor the parade through downtown State College. The parade forms on N. Burrowes St. off W. College Avenue (map link; beside the PSU steam plant) starting at 6:30 PM with step-off promptly at 7:00 PM. Costume judging takes place at Memorial Field by the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Treats will be provided by the State College Lions Club.
Please choose from one of the following 11 costume categories:

  • Halloween Tiny Tots #1 (Ages 2 & under) (2 identical groups due to the number of participants)
  • Halloween Tiny Tots #2 (Ages 2 & under)
  • Cartoon Characters & Super Heroes
  • Witches & Monsters
  • Fairy Tale Characters
  • Zombies & Vampires
  • TV & Movie Stars
  • Animals on Parade
  • Sports
  • Open Class
  • Groups (of 3 or more) 
Rosters of winning costumers:


Held on
30 Oct 2014
6-9 PM

HalloweenHalloween "Carn-e-vil"  New

Visit the Senior Center for an evening of spooktacular good times at our Haunted House. There will be lots of games, treats and a few scares. Our thanks to the Penn State students who assisted with this new event.
Date: Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Ages: All Ages
Fee: A donation of $3 per person/$5 per family is requested for the Senior Center.
Location: Centre Region Senior Center, 131 S. Fraser St., State College

Held on
30 Oct 2014
6-8 PM

Trick or Treat NightOFFICIAL 
2014 Trick-or-Treat Night in the Centre Region

THURSDAY, 30 Oct 2014, 6-8 PM  (the evening before Halloween)

The official Centre Region Trick-or-Treat Night has been designated for Thursday. Oct. 30, 2014 from 6-8 PM.  This designation will apply to the Borough of State College and the Townships of College, Ferguson, Harris and Patton.  (The approved time in Halfmoon Twp. is 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM.)  The "Trick or Treat Night" schedule is coordinated regionally and annually set by an action of each municipality. Since there is a PSU home football game on Sat. 1 Nov 2014, the Trick or Treat Night on Thursday evening is based upon pedestrian safety.

Held on
2 Nov 2014

MMNC Logo12th Annual

SUNDAY, 2 Nov 2014, 2–5 PM.  FREE at Millbrook Marsh Nature Center, 548 Puddintown Road, College Township. Google Map   Visit Millbrook Marsh Nature Center for this popular historically-themed harvest festival! The Harvest Festival provides visitors with a glimpse of what life was like during the harvest in the 1800’s. This event, planned and prepared by Penn State Recreation, Parks & Tourism Management students, offers great fun for all ages. Enjoy food, games, crafts, demonstrations, music, animals and more at this family friendly event with a historic harvest theme. Learn about the history of the area and enjoy the day.  Rain or shine!

Stuff ItDo you have an old-fashioned skill that you can share at this event?
Please contact the Nature Center Supervisor or (814)235-7819.

Scarecrow - STUFF IT! 2:30-3:30 PM

Now part of the Historic Harvest Festival! The exciting contest gets everyone ready for fall. Gather your supplies and let your imagination soar as you build the best “Guardian of the Garden!” We provide straw, strings and bags - you supply the rest. Guest judges determine the winner! This year, there are cash prizes thanks to a grant from the National Environmental Education Foundation!
Fee: $10 per scarecrow  Please register your team in advance: Program #34030
Registration Options              Event rules available here (PDF).


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