The Gathering Place invites the community to join the “Bears in the Summit” project as Downtown Bear sponsors, artists, or volunteers.
To celebrate the Abingtons’ harmony with these furry critters, The Gathering Place has launched a community art project, “Bears in the Summit.” The project follows in the footsteps of the famous Cows on Parade in Chicago, the Miles of Mules in northeastern Pennsylvania, and the Black Bear Film Festival in Milford, Pennsylvania.
For more information and to register for these virtual salons, click the picture.
Understanding Racism Through the Written Word
In an effort to promote unity and a better understanding of the world we live in The Gathering Place has a small selection of books available to borrow. Please sign-out one book at a time.
THE OPEN DOOR FOOD PANTRY
In response to the pandemic and the need it has created in our community, The Gathering Place, The First Presbyterian Church of Clarks Summit, and Our Lady of Snows Church, in cooperation with the Clarks Summit Borough have created The Open Door Food Pantry. The pantry is located in the entryway to the Borough Building elevator on Spring St.
We are accepting donations at this time. If you have extra and want to help, the door is always open, the shelves are set up, just place your donations on the shelves.
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Many Thanks to Our Patrons Hal & Paula Baillie Dorrance R. & Susan S. Belin Joe Dippre & Graeme Baillie The First Lieutenant Michael J. Cleary Memorial Fund of The Luzerne Foundation Bill & Grace Farrell Forensic Associates of NEPA, LLC Emily & Lee Rancier Jean & Gene Stark The Waters Family