Eastern Bradford News Digest
Wine festival offering fun for everyone
The Wyalusing Wine Festival will offer fun and entertainment for everyone at Grovedale Winery in Wyalusing.
The festival, which runs from noon to 6 p.m. today, will offer local residents a chance to sample the best of the area's wines, shop from craft vendors and enjoy live entertainment and a disc jockey in a relaxing, fun atmosphere.
Tickets are $25 and are available at the door, and must be paid with cash or check only.
If you don't drink, no problem! Designated drivers are always welcomes and $5 will get you in to enjoy all of the fun and non-alcoholic beverages will be available.
Proceeds will benefit the Wyalusing Valley Museum Association and the Wyalusing Lions and Lioness Clubs.
ProCare offering women's care seminars
ProCare Physical will host a free "Mom Makeover Seminar" from 5 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at their facility on 42 Complex Drive in Wyalusing.
Women who attend will be able to take part in demonstrations and seminars where they can learn topics such as motivation, weight loss and health and beauty advice.
As an added bonus, all women who attend will receive a gift certificate for an tanning session or eyebrow waxing from Genesis Salon, as well as $5 gift certificates for Wyalusing Florist and Who Knew Consignments.
For more information, call (570) 746-0504 or visit www.procarephysicalfitness.com.
Restaurant pitching in for literacy
The Bradford-Wyoming County Literacy Program will host a Restaurants for Literacy night on Sunday, Sept. 9 in Mark's Valley View in Laceyville.
Under the program, participating restaurants will donate a portion of their income to the Literacy Program for one day during the first two weeks of September.
For more information on the program or other participating restaurants, call the Program at (570) 297-3375.
Church holding trivia contest
Trivia fans in Eastern Bradford County can test their mettle next weekend.
The Wyalusing United Methodist Church on Church Street will be hosting a trivia night at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15 at the church.
Teams of two to six players can compete in this contest of skill and knowledge.
Refreshments will be available.