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West Branch Life Magazine

Boating on the West Branch

Summer fun on the West Branch of the Susquehanna River can take many forms and boating life is the one activity delivering so many possibilities. Want to fish, swim, water-ski, kayak, have a cookout or sleep along the banks at a river lot? You’re in the right place! How fortunate to live ...

Thriving bakeries sweeten the West Branch

“Life is short. Eat dessert first.” - Jacques Torres The word bakery conjures up images of confectionery perfectionary. Sparkling with sugar, shining with glaze, frosted with satiny chocolate, infused with creamy vanilla, peanut butter, Bavarian and fruit fillings. Is your sweet tooth ...

‘Farm kid’ reigns as dairy princess

Despite COVID-19 restrictions, 17-year-old Katelyn Taylor has been determined to fulfill her role as the 2020 Lycoming County Dairy Princess. Her duties are to promote and represent the dairy farmers and industry within the county, while assisting at state events. Although her reign ends ...

Susquehanna Greenway Partnership provides pandemic escape

For the past five years, Corey Ellison has been hard at work educating the region about the parks and trails that line the Susquehanna River’s banks. As the executive director of the nonprofit Susquehanna Greenway Partnership (SGP) based in Lewisburg, she knows first-hand how important the ...

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with Real Taste Taqueria

Chef Curiel Bame has always known he wanted to share his love of food with others and Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday, May 5 is the perfect time to check out his fare. His menu is designed with a fusion of American and authentic Mexican flavors to appeal to all. From the time he was a young boy ...

Coming March 3rd, the Spring issue of West Branch Life magazine

The latest issue celebrating leisure, culture and recreation along the Susquehanna River, is available free to home subscribers and for $5.95 at the Williamsport Sun-Gazette office at 252 West Fourth St. in Williamsport. The Spring issue is filled with thriving bakeries that sweeten the West ...