January 18, 1966 - Robert Clifton Weaver was sworn in as the first African American cabinet member in U.S. history, becoming President Lyndon B. Johnson's Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Birthday - American orator and politician Daniel Webster was born in Salisbury, New Hampshire. "Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!" he stated in the U.S. Senate in 1830 in response to Southern Senators who contended that individual states had the right to refuse to obey Congress.
Bingo - Kunkletown Fire Co. Progressive Jackpot. 7pm
Blue Mountain Library - Open 10-12 & 6-8pm
Bangor Public Library - Open 1-8
Slate Belt Senior Center - Open 8-4. Blue Valley Farm Show
Plainfield Township Planning Commission - Municipal Building, 7:30 pm.
Bangor School Board Work Session - Slater Conference Room , 7:30
Lower Mount Bethel Supervisors - Meets Centerfield Building - 7pm
Upper Mount Bethel Supervisors - Meets 7:00pm
Write Night - Collaborative writer's group. Nazareth Center for the Arts, 7-9pm
Slate Belt YMCA - Open 5:00am - 9:00pm
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Five Tips for Your Super Bowl 'Homegating' Party
(BPT) - Football has something for everyone: entertainers, causal viewers and die-hard fans all experience the joy of the game with friends and family. Why else would last year’s Super Bowl — averaging more than 114 million viewers — be the most watched show in U.S. television history? With the post-season upon us, fans nationwide are looking ahead to Super Bowl 50, and for those who can’t make it to The Big Game, millions of fans will be planning homegating parties.
NFL Homegating distinguishes itself from the regular party with its ability to show team pride while you entertain at home on game days with friends and family. It’s how millions of fans experience the traditions and rituals of a stadium tailgate from the comfort of home. And to heighten the experience, they sport their team-spirited swag not just in their daily routine, but to elevate parties and display their football devotion year round. But team pride needs to be fed, and good, quality recipes for the grill and the snack plate are essential to the experience. So as fans everywhere prepare to celebrate Super Bowl 50, here are tips to host like a pro at your next party:
Decorate like a champion. Outfit your sofa with gear like a warm plush throw blanket to keep you warm even when the play clock runs cold, and pillows to keep your guests comfortable even when the score isn’t. Next, defend your furniture from rings with team coasters. Then showcase your favorite wine in a chic bottle holder.
Feed your team. A true NFL Homegating party isn’t complete without an assortment of delicious, mouth-watering food. Keep pulled pork, chili or a buffalo chicken dip warm throughout the game in a crock pot or oven-safe bowl.
Serve with style. Step up your game by using serving platters adorned with your team’s logo instead of disposable tins. There are also football-shaped cutting boards and cheeseboards to show your love for the game. And keep it simple by creating DIY stations with crackers, cheese and honey where guests can quickly assemble their own snacks during timeouts.
Toast the win. Whether it is beer or wine, soda or juice, ditch the plastic cups and offer partygoers a variety of team glassware to toast the extra point.
Keep the party going after the clock runs out. Show your team spirit even after the party ends. Serve up daily meals with team branded oven mitts. Load up a football-shaped toaster for fun breakfasts and sandwiches. Salt and pepper shakers shaped like team jerseys add spice to the kitchen throughout the year.
It’s easy to show your team pride while you entertain friends and family for the big game. Fans can get ready to throw their own Super Bowl 50 Homegating parties by visiting nflshop.com/SB50homegating which offers a variety of serveware, glassware, décor and recipes that can help take your party to the next level.
New Zealand Town Bans Mermaid Tails
A post on the Stanmore Bay Pool and Leisure Centre's Facebook page informed customers of the ban on the swimsuits that constrict the wearers legs, allowing them too look and swim like a mermaid.
"We wish to advise our customers that ALL mermaid tails and fins are no longer permitted in any Auckland Council Leisure facility," the post stated. "The ban is in response to the dangers associated with these products."
The post listed the hazards, citing the products ability to hinder children's movement while swimming and promote prolonged underwater swimming leading to blackouts.
Auckland Council leisure manager, Rob McGee encouraged parents to keep the accessories at home to ensure one-on-one supervision, after they became popular Christmas gifts.
"While they are designed for competent swimmers to use in the water, even the manufacturers recommend one-to-one supervision - which we can't give in public pools," McGee told the New Zealand Herald.
Eric Browning, a chief executive of mermaid tail manufacturer FinFun, told One News that he supported New Zealand's efforts to keep children safe, but questioned necessity of an outright ban.
"The last thing we want is some child being involved in an accident using our product," Browning said. "But it does seem a little extreme. It's like a child has an accident on a snowboard so you ban all snowboards."
New Zealand became the third country to impose restrictions on mermaid tails, after the product was banned from public pools in the UK and Australia.
TRAFFIC ALERTS WEEK OF JANUARY 18
Richmond Road (Lower Mt. Bethel)
Between Ott Drive and Miller Road will experience delays and single lane restriction 24 hours each day until further notice.
Between South Main St and Route 191 west lane closed into 2016. Follow detour. East lane (Rt 191 to S. Main) is open.
Grand Central Road
Between Delabole Road and Mack Road will be closed to through traffic until further notice.
Church Road (Plainfield Twp)
Between Delabole Road AND Broadway Street will experience delays and lane restriction January 19-20 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Zucksville Road (Forks Twsp)
Between Bushkill Drive AND Sullivan Trail will experience delays and lane restriction January 22 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
Ramps at PA 248 will experience delays and lane restriction January 22 from 9:00am to 2:00pm
This Week at Bloom
Normal Open Studio Hours unless noted are:
Tuesday's from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday's from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Friday's from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Saturday's from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Stop by and spend some time being creative. Studio fee is $8.00 during open hours. Check their Website bloomcreativestudio.com for Special Events during the week.
Special Hours for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, 2016.
We'll be open from 11 - 5.
Come and spend some time being creative and supporting Bloom Bangor, a restorative community empowering women to live free from addiction and violence.
Sign-up by going to the Bloom on-line store at mkt.com/bloomcreativestudio and reserve your space for any of these special events or go to our web-site bloomcreativestudio.com/ or Facebook page for even more info and to register. Please sign-up by going to the Bloom on-line store at mkt.com/bloomcreativestudio and reserve your space for any of these special events.
CLICK HERE FOR BLOOM'S JANUARY CALENDAR
Snowshoes and Hiking Poles Available at Jacobsburg
When: January, Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM-2:30 PM
Where: Jacobsburg Visitor Center, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth
Borrow snowshoe equipment to use on Jacobsburg’s trails this winter! Snowshoes are available for folks of any age or shoe size, including small children. Snowshoes will not be made available during times of insufficient snow cover, usually at least five inches of snow is required. To borrow equipment you must provide a driver’s license or other form of state issued identification. For more information call 610-746-2801 or email email@example.com. You can check their website at firstname.lastname@example.org for current winter conditions and snow depth.
Snowshoes and Trekking Poles
Snowshoes and Trekking Poles Available
When: Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM-2:30 PM in February
Where: Jacobsburg Visitor Center, 400 Belfast Road, Nazareth
Borrow snowshoe equipment to use on Jacobsburg’s trails this winter! Snowshoes are available for folks of any age or shoe size, including small children. Snowshoes will not be made available during times of insufficient snow cover, usually at least five inches of snow is required. To borrow equipment you must provide a driver’s license or other form of state issued identification. For more information call 610-746-2801 or email email@example.com. You can check our website for current winter conditions and snow depth.
Portland Girl Scout Troop Looking for New Members
The Portland Girl Scout Troop is looking for any interested girls in grades 4th thru 8th that would like to join their troop. The troop members are Juniors and Cadets. If you have a daughter that is younger than 4th grade you may contact the troop leader for more information. Meetings are held at the Portland Borough Hall located at 206 Division Street. Please contact the troop leader Pam at 484-764-2046 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Stay At Home Moms Group
If you are a stay at home mom in the Slate Belt Area and are looking for events to socialize and build friendships for yourself and your child/children you may be interested in joining this group of moms. The meetings will be held at various local spots and during school hours. For more information go to, www.meetup.com and search for Slate Belt Stay At Home Moms.
Weona Park Yoga
Yoga at the Community Center- Mondays and Thursdays, 6 P.M. to 7 P.M. $10 per session.
Musical Instrument Collection Drive
The BAHS Alumni Association is running a drive to collect used musical instruments to be donated to Bangor’s elementary band program. The instruments will be used as loaners for students who cannot afford to buy or rent them. We will take them regardless of their condition. If you have a musical instrument that is gathering dust, and you want to make a difference in a child’s life, call 610-588-5198. We will pick them up or tell you where you can drop them off. Let’s keep the music coming!
Your donations may be tax deductible.
Visit slateralums.com for more information.
County Dog Licenses
The Northampton County Treasurer’s Office is informing all dog owners that 2016 annual dog licenses are now available online, by mail or in-person to county residents. Licenses must be renewed each year by Jan. 1 no matter when you purchased your previous year’s dog license. Licenses are valid from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 of each year.
You may choose to apply for your 2016 dog license online at www.padoglicense.com There is a $2 service fee per license online. Your dog’s license will be mailed to you by the County Treasurer’s office within two to four business days.
Licenses are also available 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the County Treasurer’s office. If applying by mail, send a completed dog application with the proper fee and signed by the dog owner with a check made payable to County of Northampton, 669 Washington St., Easton, PA 18042. Further information about 2016 Dog Licenses can be found online at www.northamptoncounty.org or by calling the Treasurer’s office at 610-829-6186.
Property Tax Relief
If you live in the Bangor Area, Easton Area or Nazareth Area School District, you may be eligible for property tax relief under a program run by the individual school district. For more information, please visit , RepEmrick.com, and go to “Property Tax Relief” on the left navigation bar.
Making a New Product at NCC
Do you have an idea for a new product? Join the Maker Movement! Learn about tools that can help you bring the idea to reality using 3D printing.
Find out what materials are available and how to calibrate the equipment in a course that starts Monday, January 18, at 6:30 p.m. in the Fab Lab at Northampton Community College’s Fowler Family Southside Center, 511 East Third St., Bethlehem. For more information, click on “course catalog” at www.northampton.edu/fablab
Blau speaking to Young at Heart
The Slate Belt Young at Heart Club will be meeting on Thursday, January 21, 2016, at 1:00pm in the St. Elizabeth Church hall in Pen Argyl. Marc Blau will give a presentation on the Home Front magazine that was a local publication during the 40's. People from this area will remember this wonderful magazine that was dedicated to our military. All men and women, 55 and over, are invited to attend. Come and enjoy an afternoon of fun and socialization. For more information, please call Mary Lou DeRea-Lohman at 610-863-4846 or 610-84404630.
NCC Professor to Show and Discuss His Photos of Coretta Scott King
Thomas J. Shillea, director of art programs at NCC, will tell the story of his photographic portraits of Coretta Scott King in “Preserving the Dream: Photographs of the King Family” on Thursday, January 21, 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. at Northampton Community College’s College (NCC) Center, room 220, Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
In addition to taking ten official portraits of Coretta Scott King, Shillea also took a series of candid photographs of her with the Kings’ son Dexter. Both series will be shown at the presentation.
Three portraits of Coretta Scott King are included in the permanent collection of the Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., and one of these three images is included in the Smithsonian Institution’s book African American Women.
The exhibit is part of NCC’s celebration of Black History Month.
Admission is free and open to the public. For more information visit www.northampton.edu or call 610-861-5300.
NCC to Offer RN and LPN Review Course
Northampton Community College (NCC) will offer review classes for registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) starting in January. Participants will review basic nursing knowledge and learn about recent technological advances. The course includes a skills lab and lectures and will be especially helpful for graduates preparing for the NCLEX (National Council Licensing Examination).
Classes will be held on Mondays, January 25 through May 2, from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at the Fowler Family Southside Center, 511 E. Third Street, Bethlehem. Skills labs will be held on Saturdays and Sundays, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and February 21 and 22.
The fee for the RN review is $900 plus $50 materials fee. For the LPN review, the fee is $700 plus $50 materials fee.
To register, visit www.northampton.edu/LifeLearn. For more information, call 610-332-6585 or e-mail email@example.com.
Slate Belt Visioning Session
There will be a Visioning Session on Thursday, January 28 at Weona Park Community Center at 7 P.M. This is an event to identify Wind Gap, Pen Argyl, Bangor, and Portland as the town centers and hubs of the ten municipalities of the Slate Belt and its recreational and economic drivers. This could serve as the catalyst of unified promotion and capitalization of the boroughs’ combined and shared story of historical roots,heritage; traditional and evolving culture; and authentic community experiences in the downtowns. Please come out and start to shape the future of our downtowns
Columcille's Annual Women's Retreat Weekend
The Columcille will be hosting their Annual Women's Retreat at the Kirkridge Farmhouse from January 29th - January 31st.
Keeping with tradition, the Women of Columcille invite you to come celebrate and honor their beloved Brighid, Goddess of Fire and Water. It is also that time of year when life slowly begins to flow and move underneath. It is the return of 'Light', the beginning of Spring also known as Imbolc 'flowing of ewe's milk' when it was all agrarian society. Celebrate and prepare for the return of 'Light' once again through ceremony, song, ritual and camaraderie of all your Sisters or just take 'me' time, walk the land, meditate and reflect!
You must registration by January 24th. For full information on the retreat and registration information please visit www.columcille.org
Eagle Watching Along the Delaware
When: Saturday, January 30, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
The upper Delaware River is one of the best places in the east to observe wintering Bald Eagles. Join us for this trip as we venture up along the river in the scenic Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area from Arrow Island to Milford in search of these magnificent birds. Golden Eagles have also been observed on these trips in the past. This is a great opportunity for photographers. Please dress for the weather and bring binoculars and a lunch. There will be a stop for snacks and hot beverages along the way.
Registration is required. Limited van transportation is available for first time participants. You can view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/.
Valentine's Day Gift Idea
The Friend's of the Bangor Public Library are again offering for sale, as a perfect gift for Valentine's Day, their cookbook entitled: "A Literary Feast". All books come pre-wrapped for the occasion, and are available for only $8.00 at the library. For additional information contact: Karen Brewer @ 610-588-8615.
NCC to Present Programs for Black History Month
Northampton Community College (NCC) will celebrate Black History Month and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with these events.
The State of Racism/White Supremacy in a Post-Civil Rights Era. Adjunct Professor of History Kamau Kenyatta, will speak about this subject. Thurs., February 4, 11:00 a.m., room 220, College Center, Bethlehem NCC Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township. Lecture also to be given on Thursday, February 11, at 11:00 a.m. in Room 108, Pocono Hall, NCC Monroe Campus, 2411 Route 715, Tannersville.
Voices of Black History. A panel of students will discuss important people and events in black history. Thursday, February 18, 11:00 a.m., room 146, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
Book Discussion: The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Tuesday, February 23, Library Conference Room, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
Student Debate: Should most drugs now be legalized, given that the War on Drugs has failed and resulted in mass incarcerations in the black community. Thursday, February 25, 11:00 a.m., Room 220, College Center, NCC Bethlehem Campus, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem Township.
All events are free and open to the public. For more information, call 610-861-5300 or visit www.northampton.edu.
Saturday, February 6, 1:00-3:00 PM
Join educator Rick Wiltraut as we snowshoe through the woods and fields of Jacobsburg in search of bird and mammal tracks in the snow. Participants will try to identify the tracks using field guides. Participants should dress for the weather, wear comfortable shoes and bring snacks and water. Registration is required.You can also view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program please contact the park office at 610-746-2801 or firstname.lastname@example.org. With at least three days notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.
Safe Haven Dog Adoption Day
Safe Haven Pet Rescue will hold a dog adoption day from 11 -3 on Sunday, February 7 at Ace Hardware, Rt 209, Brodheadsville (next to Dunkleberger's).
Safe Haven will have many young dogs available for you to meet and get to know. Safe Haven requires a pre-adoption application with references and a home visit prior to adoption.
Safe Haven Pet Rescue is a small group of dedicated volunteers from the West End of the Poconos who save highly adoptable dogs from high kill and overcrowded shelters and finds them loving homes. Shelter killing is the number one cause of dog deaths and Safe Haven has saved more than 800 lives so far.
Safe Haven Rescue needs volunteers to help with adoption days, fundraising, transporting dogs to vets and groomers and fostering homeless dogs until they find their forever homes. Help save homeless dogs.
"Saving one dog won't change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever."
For more information about Safe Haven, and to find a list of dogs available for adoption and adoption applications, please visit www.SafeHavenPa.org . Contact Safe Haven at SafeHaven@epix.net. Join Safe Haven Pa on Facebook.
Introduction to Snowshoeing
Friday, February 10, 1:00-3:00 PM
Learn how to use snowshoes and trekking poles to explore Jacobsburg’s trails in the winter. You may bring your own equipment or borrow ours. We will also learn how to prepare ourselves for outdoor excursions in the winter time. If we don’t get any snow we’ll hike in our boots with the trekking poles. The hike will be about two miles. Bring water and a snack. Wear waterproof boots and dress for the weather. Registration is required. You will be asked to specify your weight range when registering; this is to determine what size snowshoe you will need.You can also view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program please contact the park office at 610-746-2801 or email@example.com. With at least three days notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.
Family Night: Packing a GO Bag
Friday, February 12, 6:30-7:30 PM
Being prepared for emergencies is important, so it’s good to have supplies on hand when you need them. Many of the supplies that are helpful in emergencies are the same ones that we use during outdoor adventures. Learn how to pack for both situations so that you’re always ready, whether you’re escaping a flood or escaping to your local state park campground for a relaxing weekend. Being prepared to enjoy the outdoors at a moment’s notice can be fun! Join educator Lauren Forster for a lesson on how to pack Get Outdoors (GO) Bags for your family. Registration is required.You can also view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program please contact the park office at 610-746-2801 or firstname.lastname@example.org. With at least three days notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.
St. Peter's Oldies Dance
The St. Peter’s Oldies Dance with Valentine Sweetheart Theme, sponsored by the St. Peter’s Scholarship Committee, will be held from 6-10:30 pm Saturday February 13 at the Blue Valley Farm Show
The Cost is $23.00 per person - BYOB Doors open at 5:00 PM. Includes: Ham, Turkey, Filling, Sides, Veggies, Desserts Non -Alcoholic Beverages
Music by DJ Steve Anthony.
Tickets please call: Bernie & Jackie Brinker 610-588-2101 St. Peter’s Church Office 610-863-8659
PLEASE BRING A NON-PERISHABLE ALONG AND IT WILL BE DONATED TO OUR LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES Sponsors: Dotta Chrysler-Jeep and Thrivent of Northampton County.
Roseto Legion Cavatelli Dinner
Martocci-Capobianco American Legion Post # 750 is sponsoring a Cavatelli Dinner on Saturday Feb 13...1:00 to 6:00. Call the Post home at 610-588-1371 for tickets. Tickets will also be sold at the door, but pre-purchase is appreciated.
An Old Fashion Valentine's Day
The Slate Belt Heritage Center will hold its monthly historic presentation on Sunday, February 14, 2016 @ 2:00 PM. Walter Cole and Marc Blau will present an" Old Fashion Valentine's Day: A Look at Love through the Oral History Interviews". Mr. Cole and Mr. Blau are retired history teachers from Pen Argyl and Bangor High Schools, respectively and are the chairs for the oral history committee at the Heritage Center. They have collected numerous interviews over the years and will use select passages form the collections to create an afternoon filled with love comparing courtship then and now. All ladies will receive a rose and refreshments will be served.
The event is free (donations are always appreciated) and open to the public. The Heritage Center is located at 30 North 1st Street, Bangor, Pa. For additional information contact: Karen Brewer @ 610-588-8615.
Ragtime Pancake Breakfast
"Back to Before" Pancake Breakfast for Bangor Area High School production of Ragtime. Will be held February 20 from 8am-11am at Bangor Area Middle School.
For tickets to this Family friendly breakfast in advance contact 610-588-3041.
Advance tickets: $5 adults, $3 children 5 and under. At door: $7 adults, $5 children 5 and under. Under two is free.
Climate Change & Conservation
Friday, February 27, 7:00-8:00 PM
Guest speaker Greg Czarnecki, Executive Director of the Wild Resource Conservation Program, will talk about conservation actions we can take that have co-benefits beyond climate change. He will also present the latest information on the current and projected impacts of climate change and what we’re doing to address the issue at DCNR. Registration is required.You can also view and register for community programs online at http://events.dcnr.pa.gov/. If you need an accommodation to participate in a program please contact the park office at 610-746-2801 or email@example.com. With at least three days notice, interpreters for people who are deaf or hard of hearing are available for educational programs.
Project Child Hosting Dance Event
Project Child is hosting its tenth annual Have a Heart for Children dinner dance on Saturday, March 5th at the Hotel Bethlehem. Proceeds will benefit initiatives designed to reduce child abuse in the Lehigh Valley. The event begins at 5:30 P.M and is a lovely evening of mixing, mingling and dancing to the music of the Philadelphia Funk Authority. Project Child is a program of Valley Youth House. It has been operating since 1991 with the mission of preventing child abuse and neglect in the Lehigh Valley and the surrounding region. This mission is accomplished through the provision of educational resources for parents and professionals; the dissemination of information about the seriousness of child abuse and strategies for its prevention. Alternatives to physical violence are promoted along with parenting skills.
As a community coalition, Project Child is comprised of individuals and agencies engaged in striving to protect the rights of children to live free of abuse and neglect in an environment which fosters positive self-development.
Whether you are in the mood to enjoy the ambience of the historic hotel or dance to live music, you will be coming together to join the effort to protect our community’s children from abuse and neglect. Dinner and Raffle Prizes are part of the evening. The cost is $75.00. For info go to www.projectchildlv.org or call Amy Brenfleck at 610-954-9561, ext. 334.
Young at Art - Expo of Art Camps
On Saturday, March 12, 2016, the Lehigh Valley Arts Council will present Young at Art, an expo of arts camps and schools, to assist parents with selecting the appropriate summer class for their child. This inaugural event will be held at Penn State Lehigh Valley, from 9:00am to 2:30pm, and feature thirty exhibitors who offer lessons in the performing, literary, media and visual arts. Free admission to the expo is provided to the public.
Families with children (ages four to eighteen years old) will enjoy meeting the various exhibitors and learning about the artistic opportunities for their aspiring creatives. The day’s festivities will showcase an arts demonstration, performance or activity every 25-minutes so children will have a chance “to try on what kind of artist” they want to be this summer.
Slate Belt Heritage Center Event
Sunday, March 13, 2 PM - "Origins of St. David's Welsh Society" - Presented by former Bangor High School Superintendent and current Superintendent of Easton Area High School, John Reinhart.
Ask The Doc........
Technology can be wonderful!
by Dr. Gary Williams, DMD
I know sometimes new technologies can be frustrating and leave us questioning whether “progress” is worth the hassle. But, that is not the case with intra-oral digital scanners. We have been using our digital scanner at Family Dental Care now for 3 months, and the results are amazing.
Sure, it’s pretty “cool” technology, and it has been totally comfortable for patients. No gagging going on! And the turn around time is much shorter. All of these are pluses, but here is the real benefit… the accuracy and fit of what we are making.
I can comfortably predict a great fit of your new crowns, splints, Invisalign aligners, retainers, and anything else we scan for. That makes it worthwhile.
It’s one thing to restore your mouth to health, but I want, you want, and you deserve to rest assured that what is placed in your mouth is the best possible fit known to dentistry.
Digital scanning is here to stay at Family Dental Care. Feel free to ask us about our scanner. Garywilliamsdmd.com.
Slate Belt Senior Center
Slate Belt Senior Center
Blue Valley Farm Show Complex
700 American Bangor Road
Bangor, ph 610-588-1224
Hours: 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Meal Reservations - please call by 10:00 am. one day prior before the meal. Lunch is served at 11:30 am
Looking for volunteers - to help plan/set up for parties & special events
Pool Tables are available every morning and Tuesday and Friday afternoons
Craft& Chat - Tuesdays 9:00 am.
Zumba Gold W/janis - Tuesdays 10:00 am.
Brush Away with Senior Artists - Wednesdays 8:00-11:00 am.
Afternoon with the Arts - Thursdays 12:15 pm
Happy New Year - (Center Will Be Closed) January 1, 2016
Poker - Thursday, January 7, 12:15 pm.
Card Club - Friday, January 8, 12:15-3:00 pm
Aarp Meeting - Monday, January 11, 1:30 pm.
Dance Performance - Wednesday, January 13, 3:00-4:00 pm
Baseball - Thurs January 14, 10 am.
Cooking Demonstration - Friday, January 15, 1:30 pm.
Closed - Monday, January 18
The Blues - Wednesday January 20, 10:00 am.
Poker - Thursday, January 21, 12:15 pm
Bunco - Fri. January 22, 10:00 am.
Winter Pictionary - Friday, January 22, 12:15 pm
The Blues - Wednesday, January 27, 10:00 am.
Farkle - Thurs January 28, 12:15 pm.
Start of Baby Face - (For Information See Joan Shafer) Friday, January 29
Comedy Open Mic - Friday, January 29, 12:15 pm
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