Schedule of Events at The Gathering Place for the Ice Festival
AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND
- Pizza from Domino’s Served by TGP Volunteers
- Homemade Chili Dished Up by Clarks Summit Borough
- Fresh Popped Popcorn
- Bake Sale with The Appalachian Service Project
- Broadway Trivia
- Carriage Ride Tickets
- Collection for C.S. Police Dept. Bullet Proof Vests and First Responder Kits
- New release of Clarks Summit: A Narrative, by Professor Dennis Martin
- Frontier (Sponsor)
- Toyota of Scranton/Broadway Theater League of Scranton(Sponsor)
- Anderson Window
- Toasted Marshmallow & Fire Safety with Boy Scout Troop 251 (Spring St.)
- Storytelling with Chris Archangelo: 6:30 and 7:00 PM
- Juggling with Rob Smith: following parade
- Face painting with Happy Faces: 6:30-8:30 PM
- DJ Jack Martin: 6:30-8:30PM
- Abington Civic League Kids’ Craft Table: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
- Caricatures by Ky Betts: 11:30 AM
This semester Ky will teach YOU how to express your thoughts and feeling through cartooning.
- Photo Booth by Dynamic Duo Entertainment: 12:00 – 2:00 PM
- All About Théâtre Special Performance: 1:30 PM
Michaela Moore is partnering with TGP to offer acting classes to actors with special needs.
- West Coast Swing Demo with Jill & Gehred Wetzel: 2:30 PM
These wonderful dance instructors have been teaching ballroom dance for us since 2010. New classes start March 13!
- Rotary Club of the Abingtons
- Broadway Music with Brass Reflections: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
- All About Théâtre: 12:30 – 3:00 PM
- Old Man River Band: 3:00 – 5:00 PM
The BEAUTIFUL arrangement of greens at our entrance was created
for us by Kelley Stewart. On April 8. Kelley will help you create a
fabulous centerpiece for your spring holiday table.
The Frozen Frontier
The Gathering Place served as a warm-up center, food court, and a recreational center. We had something for all ages. A special thanks to Joe and Dori Waters for their wonderful addition of Mr. Ed, to Anne Armezzani, our events chair, and to all our volunteers, especially Erin Kenny and Stacy Frank who both jumped right into work.
The Twice-Admired Emporium
We had an outstanding day, good food, drink, music, excellent vendors, and wonderful buys.
Thank you to our committed volunteers who put in so many hours, the Summit University students, Bob McMinn for the wonderful display that greeted our guests, Rev. Bill Carter and his bassist for the outstanding music.
We’ve begun planning for next year, so stay tuned.