Greater Scranton Region Events

Event DateApptEvent Name
8/27/2018   Conservation & Natural Resource (CNR) Certificate
9/7/2018   Art Exhibit: Liquid Earth: Contemporary Cast Iron Sculpture
9/18/2018   Library Exhibit: The World’s Best Penman-The Artistic and Business Career of Charles Paxton Zaner, 1864-1918
9/21/2018   The University of Scranton Family Weekend 2018
9/22/2018   Unite for Lisa's Fight!
9/22/2018   Rock Around the Farm
9/22/2018   Scouts in Uniform Day
9/22/2018   Family Weekend Mass celebrating the Inauguration of Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.
9/22/2018   Performance Music presents Family Weekend President’s Concert: Celebrating the Inauguration of Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.
9/23/2018   St. Joseph's Center Chicken Dinner Takeout/Drive-Thru
9/23/2018   Jump Jive & Jazz: Salute to Jazz Drummers
9/26/2018   ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Training
9/27/2018   Project Management Certificate Program
9/27/2018   History of Keystone College Book Launch
9/28/2018   Fall Harvest Cocktail Party
9/29/2018   Johnny Appleseed Festival
9/30/2018   Wilkes University's Max Rosenn Lecture in Law and Humanities
10/1/2018   Early Explorers: Terrific Trees
10/2/2018   Asian Studies presents “Sound and Tea Meditation”
10/3/2018   Family Night Hike
10/4/2018   17th Annual Northeastern U.S. Conference on disAbility “Everyday Tools: Technology for Accessing Education, Employment and Life”
10/4/2018   Annual Regional Manufacturing Showcase - Manufacturing Day 2018
10/4/2018   President’s Business Council 17th Annual Award Dinner honoring Scranton Alumni Linda McGowan
10/4/2018   The Voices Project: Mental Health
10/5/2018   First Friday
10/5/2018   Candlelight Vigil
10/6/2018   Columbus Day Celebration
10/7/2018   North Branch Land Trust's 7th Annual Taste the Local Harvest
10/8/2018   Cancer Survivors Day - Honoring, Remembering, Sharing
10/11/2018   Dennis Farm Symposium
10/11/2018   Keynote Address by Bern Gavlick and Bill Ziegler titled “Working Through the System”
10/12/2018   Oktoberfest Drawing Party
10/12/2018   Performance Music: “In Recital”
10/12/2018   The Laramie Project
10/13/2018   Country Kids Jamboree
10/13/2018   Book Signing by author Lorene Cary
10/13/2018   Keystone College Founders Art Exhibit Opening Reception
10/13/2018   Distinguished Author Award Dinner honoring Lorene Cary
10/14/2018   Goodwill Industries of NEPA Fashion Show
10/14/2018   Chocolate & Wine Frolic Goes Broadway
10/15/2018   Tuition Free Tax School
10/15/2018   Early Explorers: Nuts to You
10/16/2018   Baker Tilly's Not-for-Profit and Healthcare Executive Forum
10/17/2018   Edible Landscaping & Backyard Food Production
10/18/2018   Family Business Alliance Presents: Valuing the Family Business
10/18/2018   The Witches & The Wardrobe
10/18/2018   Reading Series: Department of English and Theatre presents novelist Angie Cruz
10/19/2018   Performance Music: “In Recital”
10/20/2018   Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins
10/20/2018   Haunted Trail
10/20/2018   ALMOST QUEEN: A Tribute to Queen
10/21/2018   Art Exhibit: “America in a Trance: Photographs by Niko J. Kallianiotis”
10/21/2018   Open House for prospective students and their families
10/22/2018   Cancer Survivors Day - Honoring, Remembering, Sharing
10/24/2018   Library Lecture: The World’s Best Penman-The Artistic and Business Career of Charles Paxton Zaner, 1864-1918
10/25/2018   EOTC Mighty Oak
10/25/2018   Keystone College Faculty Colloquia: Capetown, South Africa
10/27/2018   Candy Corn Parade
10/27/2018   Thrill the World - Global Thriller Flash Mob!
10/27/2018   Performance Music: “In Concert”
10/28/2018   Tricks-Or-Treats on the Farm
10/29/2018   Early Explorers: Bats!
11/1/2018   Christmas Holiday Bureau Happy Hour
11/2/2018   First Friday
11/2/2018   Go Red for Women
11/2/2018   Adult CPR/AED Certification
11/2/2018   Gallery Lecture: America in a Trance: Panel Discussion
11/2/2018   Henry George Lecture: Should We Embrace Protectionism? The Evidence Behind the Case for Free Trade
11/3/2018   Wilderness and Remote First Aid Certification
11/4/2018   Open House for prospective students and their families
11/6/2018   The Weinberg Judaic Studies Institute Lecture: Homosexuality: A New, Yet Traditional, Perspective


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