What’s Happening

Want your event on the What’s Happening Page?  E-mail ataylor@wqkx.com

Aug
1
Fri
94KX Cares for Kids Radiothon
Aug 1 – Aug 3 all-day

94KX Cares for Kids Radiothon for Children’s Miracle Network at Geisinger will kick off on Friday, Aug. 1, and will include activities for the whole family before concluding on Sunday, Aug. 3.
Airing live from Geisinger’s Janet Weis Children’s Hospital and Susquehanna Valley Mall in Selinsgrove, the radiothon broadcast will feature interviews with local families who have overcome amazing medical battles.
The mall will be the venue for Ashley’s Auction, the annual silent auction featuring a wide variety of items up for bids, will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug.2. Visit visit ashleysauctionwebsite.com to see the items up for bid.

Lego Building Contest Sunday at 11am, Click here for rules and to register

All funds raised throughout the weekend will benefit Janet Weis Children’s Hospital pediatric services through Children’s Miracle Network at Geisinger.

Baseball and Softball Clinic
Aug 1 @ 6:30 pm – 8:45 pm

Baseball and Softball Clinic

Rain or Shine at the Sunbury Bible Church Sports Complex–across from UPS on Rt 11 Northumberland

Boys and girls baseball ages 5-12
Girls softball ages 8-12
Special pitching instructions from 11&12 year olds

$25 per person by July 25, $30 after

Call 570-473-7355 to register

 

FREE OUTDOOR MOVIE AT THE MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Aug 1 @ 6:30 pm

AUGUST FRIDAY NIGHT OUTDOOR MOVIES AT THE MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY ON THE GROUNDS OF ROSE HILL

Each of the first four Fridays in August The Milton Public Library is hosting the  annual August Friday Night Outdoor Movies on the grounds of Rose Hill at 541 Broadway, Milton.

Admission is free to the public and all movies will start at dusk.

August 1st movie rated PG-13
A complimentary glass of wine and some light appetizers corresponding with the era of the movie will be served before the movie. Movie viewers are asked to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

August 8th movie rated PG
End of Summer Reading Day of FUN!
Starting at 6:30 pm. Children that participated in the Summer Reading Program are invited to join in the Games, Door Prizes, A Craft, Bon Fire, Hot Dogs, and FUN. It’s also the last day kids can turn in the Reading Logs for PRIZES.
Families can visit the library the last week in July to view the Art Show, using pieces of art the kids have made during the summer. Also, Kj singer songwriter will be performing a song and storytelling around the camp fire. For more information on Kj visit her website:
www.kjsmile.com

August 15th movie rated PG-13
A complimentary glass of wine and some light appetizers corresponding with the era of the movie will be served before the movie. Movie viewers are asked to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

August22nd movie rated PG-13
Pre-teen Hawaiian Luau Night starting 6:00 pm
Wrapping up our summer reading series with a Pre-teen Hawaiian Luau Night hosted by the Outdoor Survivor 4-H club.
Great for ages 10 and up. Have fun in a Hula Hoop Contest, doing the Limbo and show us how to do the chicken dance, all in good fun prior to the show of our Outdoor Movie. Wear your best Hawaiian attire and you may be a winner. Light Snacks, Music, Dancing and Prizes come join the fun. A suggested $2 donation per person.

For movie titles and additional information, call or visit the Milton Public Library

Aug
2
Sat
Himmel’s Country Festival
Aug 2 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

A variety of musical entertainers and skilled crafters, along with plenty of home-cooked food is scheduled for the annual Himmel’s Country Festival, starting at 7am on Saturday, Aug. 2, at Himmel’s Church Grove just off Schwaben Creek in this lower Northumberland County village.

Food will be served all day long beginning at 7am and live musical entertainment begins on the grove stage at 10 a.m. Scheduled entertainment to date: Himmel’s Choir, Aubrey Chappell, Heart of Pennsylvania, Paradise Quartet, Magician Brent Kessler, and The Weaver Believer Survival Revival.

There will be a train display in the Boy Scout building, used book sale, bake sale, antique tractor and vehicle parade at 4 p.m. and kids’ game including a duck derby on the creek. Back again for this year – Miss Himmel’s contest!

Breakfast includes ham, eggs, home fries, fried mush and more. Lunch begins at 11am and includes everything from pizza to chicken breast sandwiches, and haluski, as well as “crick tea.” Dinner features potpie starting at 4 p.m.

Other highlights on the festival menu include homemade ice cream with fresh peach topping, kettle-made ham and bean soup and kettle-cooked potato chips – all made on-site.
For more information call 570-425-2200 or visit our website at www.himmelschurch.com.

Clothing Giveaway
Aug 2 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Otterbein United Methodist Church, at 4th and Vine St. in Sunbury, is having their annual Clothing GiveAway on Saturday, August 2nd from 9 AM to 1PM in the Social Hall. There will be a wide variety of clothing for Children and Adults.

Selinsgrove Wrestling Chinese Auction
Aug 2 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Chinese Auction
Benefits the Selinsgrove Wrestling

August 2 9:00 – 2:00
August 3 11:30 – 2:00

You need not be present to win
It will be held at the Selinsgrove
VFW
$2.00 a sheet of 25

Many great prizes and over 1,000 gift certificates

For info call Leroy at 850-4775

Kick Start Your Heart at Herr Memorial Library
Aug 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Herr Memorial Library is hosting a Kick Start Your Heart Event on Saturday, August 2nd from 10:00 am-12:00 pm for children of all ages and their caregivers.

This event is an extension of the libraries summer reading theme “Fizz, Boom, Read..Spark A Reaction” where we will incorporate the science of the body into the program by focusing on the heart, as well as, informing and encouraging children about ways to be physically active and healthy.

The event includes two different styles of workouts (approximately 15-20 minutes in length) for children demonstrated by two different exercise facilities in the area. The first is a boot camp style workout presented by Nisan Trotter the Co-founder and Head Instructor of TrotFitness of Lewisburg. The second workout is by Vicki Pachucki, who is the kids Zumba Instructor for Extreme Fitness of Mifflinburg.

Certified EMT’s and EMR’s are on hand to document vital signs such as pulse and heart rate before and after workouts so children and their caregivers can see what changes occur in the body when it is being worked and active and at rest.

Healthy snacks and drinks are provided, as well as, healthy recipes and nutritional information provided by Weis Markets. Children can also participate in a craft and other healthy activities. The American Red Cross will also have information on CPR & First Aid Certification Programs and other classes they offer to the community.

To register your child for this free event, please call Herr Memorial Library at 570-966-0831, or stop by the circulation desk during regular working hours.

Free Pig Roast
Aug 2 @ 11:00 am – 7:00 pm

Free Pig Roast

On Rotary Field in Selinsgrove across from the High School

Children’s Activities, Christian Music, food served noon-?

 

 

 

Northumberland Lemonade Day
Aug 2 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

A glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot, sunny August day will certainly be on everyone’s minds on Saturday, August 2 for the 9th Annual Lemonade Day in Northumberland. The event will take place at the Second Street Community Center at 2nd & Orange Streets. Festivities will begin at 11:00 am and end around 4:00 pm. There will be food, games, contests & raffles, fun surprises, and of course lemonade stands!

The main focus of this event is our young entrepreneurial lemonade stand ven- dors. We encourage kids to participate in this event for the experience and of course for the fun of it too! All proceeds from the individual lemonade stands are for the kids to keep! Once again, we will have various prizes to award to a few lucky lemonade stand vendors for Best Decorated Stand, Best Theme, and Best Tasting Lemonade.
Schedule of events include: Chalk Drawing 11:00-3:00 Watermelon Seed Spitting 1:45 Bubblegum Blowing 2:00 Hula Hooping 2:15 Water Balloon Toss 2:30 Pie Eating 3:00 Judging Announcements 3:30

Lemonade Stand registration forms are available at the borough office, the Priestley-Forsyth Memorial Library and online at www.17857.org or www.northumberlandborough.com. Cost is $2 per participant. The first 50 regis- tered participants receive a goody bag. Registration is now underway.
This event is sponsored by the Northumberland Point Township Revitalization Committee, Joseph J. Anselmo Sr. Community Trust, and Northumberland Bor- ough. Call Noelle at 473-7563 for more information or to sign up tod

Paxtonville Day
Aug 2 @ 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Paxtonville Day
Saturday, August 2, 2014
At the Paxtonville Park
Mill Street in Paxtonville

12:00 Community Pork Roast & Potluck Luncheon
2:00-5:00 Chinese Auction Ticket Sales, Bingo, 50/25/25 Raffles, Prize Wheel, Food Stands Open, Children’s Games, Membership Drive
4:30 Duck Derby
5:30 Chinese Auction Drawing- Must be present to win.
8-10 Square Dancing with Charlie Benner
10:00 Raffle Drawing

1. Handmade Quilt
2. $100 Cash – Donated by Bob & Ken Gift in memory of John & Carmen Gift
3. $100 Cash – Donated by Adam Steininger in memory of Grace Kerstetter
4. $100 Cash – Donated by the Wenrich Family in memory of Ted & Peg Wenrich
5. $100 Gift Certificate – Donated by Central Market IGA, Middleburg
6. $50 Cash – Donated by Jason & Ginny Bruner in memory of Jerry & Vivian Bruner
7. $50 Cash – Donated by Jason & Ginny Bruner in memory of Virginia Gill
8. $50 Cash – Donated by Bob & Sherry Corsnitz in memory of Lavern Kiehl
9. $50 Cash – Donated by Mid-State Paving & Excavating, Paxtonville
10. $50 Cash – Donated by Engle’s Farm & Greenhouses, Middleburg
11. $50 Gift Certificate – Donated by Ritter Feeds, Paxtonville
12. Ham – Donated by Etzler’s Butcher Shop, Beavertown
Public welcome! Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy all the events.
• Food Stands open all day Saturday selling sandwiches, chips & soda.
• Middleburg Boy Scout Troop 415 will be selling Pizza.
• Freeburg Boy Scout Troop 490 will be selling 5 flavors of homemade, hand-dipped ice cream: chocolate, vanilla, peanut butter, raspberry, and teaberry.

Other events

Friday, August 1 at 6:30 pm- Washer Tournament in the Park

Registration is at 6:00 pm. $10 per team. Teams of 2 people will compete to earn prizes for first, second and third place. The tournament will begin at 6:30 pm. A food stand will be open. Sign up on the porch at the Paxtonville Post Office or by calling 570-837-5374.

  • 94.1 WQKX
    • PO Box 1070
    • Sunbury, PA 17801
  • Phone: 570-286-5838
    • Fax: 570-743-7837
    • Request/Contest: 1-800-326-94KX
Design by