James V. Brown Library
Mentalist Terry G. Smith returns to the James V. Brown Library, 19 W. Fourth St., after a wildly successful performance in 2011. Smith has entertained audiences in the area for more than 30 years with his program, "The World of E.S.P." which combines elements of telepathy, prediction and precognition.
On July 5, Smith presented a locked strongbox to Ken Sawyer of WRAK radio at the library. The box contains Smith's prediction of the headlines of the Williamsport Sun-Gazette for Friday. Sawyer will return it to Smith to be opened and read as the grand finale of Smith's First Friday program at the library on that date. The lock box has been visible to the public in a locked display case at the Information Services desk in the Adult Circulation Room at the library.
PHOTO By DON KLINE
This photograph by Don Kline will be on display at the Digiplex Cinema Center, 300 W. Fourth St., for First Friday.
Smith will perform at 7 p.m. Friday in the Moltz Rotunda Room, just inside the front vestibule of the Fourth Street entrance, easily accessible from the street. The revealing of the strongbox prediction will be around 7:30 p.m.
If you missed his last performance, be sure not to miss this one. If you have enjoyed his show in the past, stop by to see his new presentation. Stop in and check out the show as you explore downtown Williamsport. For more information, visit www.jvbrown.edu or call 326-0536.
All artists are featured at Valley Gallery and Gifts, 2880 Quarry Road, Jersey Shore.
Joe Cesa - Cesa, from South Williamsport, enjoys painting watercolors and pastels. He has painted many local scenes such as the Park Station, the Pennsdale Meeting House and a barn from 1839 in Nippenose Valley. His originals and limited-edition prints are on the walls of many homes and offices in the area.
Sandy Kline - Sandy Kline makes eight different styles and sizes of quilted designer handbags. There are many different colors and designs to choose from.
Don Kline - Don Kline has been photographing the country for more than 30 years. His collection of prints for sale include lighthouses, old barns, grist mills, old doors, outhouses, landscapes, seascapes and wildlife.
Chuck and Donna Kahle - Chuck and Donna restore antique picture frames.
For more information, call 745-3634.
Community Arts Center
The 20122013 season goes on sale today. Stop by the box office to get tickets to the upcoming shows. Family shows have tickets for students at just $5 ("Velveteen Rabbit," "Treasured Stories" by Eric Carle, "Zoo Zoo" and more). Plus, enjoy various artists inside and out, including Collegetown gallery with Alysia Williams. Williams work explores the sensitivities to the human mind as it is developed and how a child can be affected by the impressions of our society and those around him/her.
Luana Cleveland will be exhibiting small works of art at the Democratic Campaign Headquarters, 337 Pine St., for First Friday from 6 to 9 p.m.
The show is titled "Birds and Others" and continues to build on her series of recent paintings which examine our relationship with, and dependence upon, the natural world.
In addition to her art activities, Cleveland is running for the PA State Senate this year.