A Salvation Army Angel/Treasures for Children Tree is now up at the Veterans Memorial Park. Select an Angel Tree tag. Purchase the appropriate gift(s) for the child written on the back of the tag. Return the unwrapped gift(s) with the tag gently attached to the Reynoldsville First Methodist Church by December 13-15 9-2 pm or by appointment (814) 653-8593. Other trees will be located at Mike’s BILO, Farmer’s National Bank, and the Methodist Church.
Hey kids! Come to Eclectic Treasures/ Second Chance store the first three Thursdays in December from 6-7pm. On December 7 hear the story of St. Nicholas. On December 14 hear the story of the candy cane and the Christmas tree. On December 21 hear the story of the first Christmas. There will be cookies and cocoa with the story times. There is also a shelf (for all the children that attend) that has items for $1.00 available for them to buy as Christmas gifts for the family. Wrapping paper will be available for gifts also. There will also be a prize drawing at the end of each story time. Also available again this year are wooden ornaments for honoring or in memory of loved ones. They will be placed on the Christmas tree in the veterans park. The ornaments will be in front of the Eclectic Treasures/ Second Chance store. The honor system will be implemented in purchasing them at $3.00 per ornament.
Pizza with Santa! December 3 at the Reynoldsville Firehall from 2:00-4:00 pm. There will be crafts for the kids. $5.00 per child, 2 & under free. Benefits the Reynoldsville Homecoming.
We hope you have a great Thanksgiving! On the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 25, our holiday festivities kick off in Reynoldsville. There will be a breakfast and craft fair (see below). The Christmas tree light up will take place at 5:30 pm that day on Main Street followed by the Firemen’s Holiday Parade. Don’t forget to shop local that day and in the days to come.
We hosted a seminar on the Neighborhood Assistance Program with Julie Fitzpatrick of the PA Downtown Center. She provided information on how local businesses and industries can help fund projects in Reynoldsville. Watch the video below. Handouts are also posted.