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Exercises That Prevent Knee Pain As You Age
Over the course of your lifetime, your knees take a beating. After all, you use them to sit, stand, walk, run, and make countless other movements with your legs—and depending on the movement, you put a surprising amount of pressure on your knees. Here, the top 5 exercises that'll help keep your knees pain-free as you age.
You've heard it before, and it bears repeating: Walking is one of the best exercises you can do for overall health and wellness. And it's particularly helpful for aging knees, says Pacheco. "Walking is an effective cardiovascular exercise that puts the least amount of stress on your joints, which makes it a great way to stay active, maintain proper weight, and to maintain your mobility as you get older," he says. Starting a walking workout—even if it's just a 15- or 30-minute stroll around your neighborhood once a day—can be especially important if your knees are often stiff, Pacheco adds. "Staying sedentary will make stiff knees stiffer," he says. "Walking is an easy way to get moving, and it's accessible for everyone."
One of the best ways to maintain healthy knees is to strengthen the muscles around the joint, which ultimately reduces the stress on it and keeps you pain-free, says Pacheco. While you can do these on a leg lift machine at the gym, you can also do them anywhere using no weights. Lie on the floor and, keeping your right leg on the floor, raise your left leg a foot or so off the floor. Lower your left leg and repeat 3 sets of 10 to 12 reps, then repeat on the other side.
Similar to leg lifts, this move strengthens the quadriceps, glutes, and many of the other small muscle groups surrounding the knee joints, which in turn helps to keep them healthy over time. Pacheco likes this exercise because you can adjust the difficulty based on how good (or not) your knees are feeling on any given day. Stand with your back up against a wall with your feet hip-distance apart. Slide your back down the wall, as if you were sitting in a chair, to come to a squat position. The lower you sit, the more difficult the move—and the more pressure you might feel in your knees. (Just be sure that at your lowest point, your thighs are parallel with the floor, not lower.) Hold the squat for 30 seconds or until your muscles are completely fatigued.
As you age, the ligaments surrounding the knee joint become stiffer, which means they can't deal with the stress placed on them as well as they once could—and pain or injury can result. To keep these ligaments more flexible, you need to work the knee joint in a safe way—and step-ups are a great way to do this, says Pacheco. Set up a platform (or use a low bench or even a stair) and place both feet on the platform. Then, slowly lower the opposite foot to the floor, touching your toes to the ground, and then returning it to the platform. Repeat 10 to 12 times, and then switch sides. "Like wall sits, you can easily adjust the difficulty to suit you," says Pacheco. "Feeling stiff? Use a low platform. Want more of a challenge? Simply increase the height."
Music at Dansbury Depot
Come and enjoy music and art at the depot. For a relaxing evening, come and enjoy music and art at the depot. Bring a chair and your family and friends. Vendors and art begin at 6:00 PM; music at 7:00. A free will offering will be taken on behalf of the musicians. The event is held rain or shine as we move inside the depot if the weather is bad.
This week’s featured musician will be Chris London. Chris will entertain us with a collection of songs that we all know and love. His guitar playing and his voice are a wonderful blend. Chris will be singing solo tonight but he also plays with the band, Friar’s Point. Chris is a well-known entertainer in the Poconos and the Lehigh Valley. A free will offering will be taken on behalf of the musician.
The featured artist is Laura Gonzalez. She has been a resident of the Stroudsburg area since 1982 formerly of New Jersey born and raised and educated in NYC. She is a graduate of Art & Design in NYC where she majored in fashion illustration and photography. She also attended Fashion Institute of Technology where she studied jewelry and fashion design. Her works include acrylics, pencil, oils, watercolor and photography. Her style is colorful and romantic. Her favorite subject to paint are landscapes and seascapes. Retired in 2011 after 35 yrs. of Army service six of those years on active duty stationed NATO and SHAPE and in the last Women’s Army Corp (WAC) of the Army including 14 of those years as a Federal police officer. Since her retirement she has returned to her first love painting.
Pocono Arts June 2017 Studio Classes
STROUDSBURG - The Pocono Arts Council will offer the following classes during the month of June. Classes, unless noted otherwise, are held at the PoconoArts Cultural Center, 18, N. Seventh St., Stroudsburg. To register call PoconoArts at 570-476-4460 or register online at www.poconoarts.org.
Instructor Jim Smeltz
One Evening, June 14, Wednesday, 6:30-8:30pm
This workshop is open to any media, acrylic, watercolor and water based oils. The choice is yours! Light is the focus of this evening.
J.T. Lambert Cavalier at Shawnee
Shawnee Community Concert Series is held on Tuesday nights at 7pm, year around, (rain or shine) at The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort. The performances will run for approximately one hour and will take place at The River Sanctuary (pavilion) or in the lobby of the Inn (depending on season and weather). There is no admission fee but donations for the performers will be collected prior to intermission. J.T. Lambert Cavalier Voices sing at 7pm in the Main Lobby for this week's Community Concert Series.
Skills, Tasks and Results Training
START - Skills, Tasks and Results Training. Tuesday, May 23 4:00 pm. Room 026, Kapp Hall, Monroe Campus. Northampton Community College will hold an information session about its FREE hospitality certificate program called START (Skills, Tasks and Results Training).The session will give prospective students the opportunity to meet the instructors and learn about the program. The certificate training is paid for by a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration. Individuals must be a resident of Monroe, Carbon, Wayne, Pike, Schuylkill and Luzerne Counties to receive the grant. During the 9-week course, which includes 200 hours of classroom hospitality instruction, 45 hours of academic support and job shadow assignments, students will prepare for a career in the hospitality industry and earn up to five industry recognized certificates including ServSafe, RAMP and Guest Service Professional.
Developed by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, START teaches the foundation of hospitality operations while preparing students to go straight from the classroom into the workforce. Classes will begin June 26, 2017 and run Monday - Thursday 9-3 p.m.. Academic Support is available Monday - Thursday 3:30 - 5 p.m. To register for the information sessions call 570-369-1948.
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Forty Autumns by Nina Willner
Review by Judy Piper
Nina Willner tells the story of her mother’s family as they are caught behind the Iron Curtain in East Germany following World War II.
As WWII ends, Hanna, Nina’s mother, and her mother and siblings wait for their father and older brother to return from fighting. They are hoping that that their area will not come under the auspices of the Red Army. However, that was not to be. We learn how life was like under the Soviet Union with the shortages and fear that they perpetrated. In fact, one out of six people would inform on their fellow citizens.
Hanna was the only one to escape to West Berlin. Eventually, she married an American soldier and came to the United States. However, her escape caused problems for her family that was left behind.
The author became the first female US Army Intelligence Officer to lead an operation in East Berlin. At times, she was close to her mother’s family but did not know it. It was not until the fall of the Berlin Wall that the family was able to reconnect. Hence the title, Forty Autumns.
I have read much about WWII and the aftermath but not about living behind the Iron Curtain. It was certainly an eye opener. This book was very easy to read.
NCC Dental Hygiene Program Scores High
This year, graduates of Northampton Community College’s (NCC) dental hygiene program have achieved a 100% pass rate as shown in the National Board of Dental Hygiene Profile Report. Moreover, the program’s graduates have scored above the national average for the last three years.
Graduates of the program work in numerous dental practices in the region. One of the oldest programs at the College, dental hygiene offers students the experience of interacting with real patients at the NCC dental clinic at the Fowler Family Southside Center.
With an enduring commitment to the regional community it serves and a focus on student success, Northampton Community College has developed a reputation as an institution of extraordinary distinction, earning accolades at the state and national levels for innovative programs, outstanding faculty and impressive student achievements. It counts among its successful alumni a four-time Pulitzer Prize winner and an Academy Award winning director as well as a host of CEOs, presidents, and leaders of business and industry. Today, Northampton Community College has state-of-the-art locations in Bethlehem, Southside Bethlehem, and Monroe County, serving more than 30,000 students each year from 53 counties, 48 countries and 25 states.
Youth Appreciation Day Luncheon
Youth Appreciation Day Luncheon. Tuesday, May 23, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM. Greater Pocono Chamber of Commerce held at Peppe's Bistro 100 Eagle Valley Mall, East Stroudsburg. Cost: $20. For directions: 570.421.4460. For reservations, please contact the Chamber at 570.421.4433 or go to www.greaterpoconochamber.com to pay online. Please join us to help honor these outstanding young people!
Ladies of Success-Wine Women & Wealth
Ladies of Success-Wine Women & Wealth. Tuesday, May 23, 2017 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM. Pocono Family Insurance Agency LLC at Beautiful Reflections Salon 921 North 9th Street, Stroudsburg. Building a community for women who feel great about money! Join Five Rings Financial, a strategic partner of Pocono Family Insurance for a fun evening! Remember to bring Business Cards! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 570-241-9335.
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Advisory Board Meeting
Carbon-Monroe-Pike MH/DS Advisory Board Meeting. Monday, May 22, 2017 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services 724 Phillips Street, Suite 202 Stroudsburg.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Rated PG-13 | Run Time 2 hr 17min. Thursday, May 4, 2017 4:00 PM - 10:59 PM to Friday, May 26, 2017 4:00 PM - 10:59 PM. Pocono Cinema & Cultural Center 88 South Courtland Street, East Stroudsburg. Set to the backdrop of 'Awesome Mixtape #2,' Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 continues the team's adventures as they traverse the outer reaches of the cosmos. The Guardians must fight to keep their newfound family together as they unravel the mysteries of Peter Quill's true parentage. Old foes become new allies and fan-favorite characters from the classic comics will come to our heroes' aid as the Marvel cinematic universe continues to expand. Show Times- Friday -| 4:15, 7:15, Saturday- 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 10:00, Sunday - 1:00, 4:00, and Monday- Thursday - 4:00, 7:00.
Norman- Movie Showing
Norman. Rated R | Run Time 2 hr 07min. Friday, May 19, 2017 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM to Friday, May 26, 2017 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM. Pocono Cinema & Cultural Center 88 South Courtland Street, East Stroudsburg. Norman Oppenheimer is a small time operator who befriends a young politician at a low point in his life. Three years later, when the politician becomes an influential world leader, Norman's life dramatically changes for better and worse. Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer (original title).
Monday - Western Pocono Community Library,
Monday May 22 Western Pocono Community Library, 131 Pilgrim Way, Brodheadsville, GED Pretest Must Pre-register, 10:00 am - TOALC, 1:00 pm - Block Party!. 3:30 pm- Computer Class. Must Pre-register.
Live Eagle Nest Cam
THIS DAY IN HISTORY - May 22
Carter reaffirms his commitment to human rights - 1977
President Jimmy Carter, in a speech delivered at Notre Dame University, reaffirms his commitment to human rights as a cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy and disparages the “inordinate fear of communism which once led us to embrace any dictator who joined us in that fear.” Carter’s speech marked a new direction for U.S. Cold War policy, one that led to both accolades and controversy. Jimmy Carter was elected president in 1976, during a time when America was still reeling from the trauma of the Vietnam War and many were questioning the very basis of U.S. foreign diplomacy. Carter promised change, and during an address at Notre Dame University on May 22, 1977, he sketched out his vision for the future of American diplomacy. He began by noting the “great recent successes” in nations such as India, Greece, and Spain in bringing about democratic governments. These successes had renewed America’s confidence in the strength of democracy and would now “free” the United States from the “inordinate fear of communism” that once led America to ally itself with brutal dictators who agreed to help fight the communist menace. What was needed in the “new world” that America faced was “a policy based on constant decency in its values and on optimism in our historical vision.” Carter then outlined the steps he was taking to strengthen this “commitment to human rights as a fundamental tenet of our foreign policy.” America’s foreign policy, he concluded, should be “rooted in our moral values, which never change.”
Carter’s commitment to the protection and advancement of human rights as the keystone to his foreign policy brought him applause from many Americans and others around the world that believed that the United States, in battling the Soviet Union, had resorted to reprehensible actions. The Vietnam War had shattered the vision of America as a protector of the weak and defender of freedom, and Carter’s accent on moral values struck a resonant chord with many disillusioned Americans. The policy also resulted in some controversy, however. When long-time dictators Anastacio Somoza of Nicaragua and the Shah of Iran fell from power in 1979, critics of Carter’s human rights policy blamed the president for the demise of two governments, which had been strong allies in the war against communism. Ronald Reagan, in his successful 1980 presidential campaign against Carter, constantly reiterated his theme that his opponent’s policies had severely weakened America in its struggle against the Soviet Union.
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Couple headed for Michigan end up in N.Y.
(UPI) -- An elderly couple flying from Florida to Michigan ended up on the wrong plane, which took them 520 miles off-course to a New York town on the Canadian boarder. Helen Wheeker, 96, and George Nobel, 89, split their time between Davie, Fla., and Jenison, Mich., and their relatives dropped them off Wednesday at the Fort Lauderdale airport for their flight to Grand Rapids.
The couple, who were in wheelchairs, accidentally ended up at a gate next to the one for their intended flight and boarded a plane that flew them to Ogdensburg, N.Y., on the border with Ontario.
"I call this our most exciting adventure," Wheeker told WOOD-TV.
The couple said the flight took about the same amount of time as their usual trips between Florida and Michigan, so they didn't realize the mistake until they arrived.
"The captain came and looked at us over the back of the chair and he says 'something terrible has happened' and I said, 'what?' And he said 'you're on the wrong plane' and I laughed," Wheeker said.
"If it was New York City, Well, that'd be cool," Wheeker said.
Allegiant Air spokeswoman Hilarie Grey a boarding pass scanner malfunction led to the couple ending up on the wrong plane without being noticed.
The Ogdensburg airport offers only two destinations, Albany and Florida, so the couple elected to return to Fort Lauderdale.
The airline refunded the couple's tickets and they returned to Michigan on a Saturday flight.
Wheeker said she wasn't angry about the incident, which she described as an adventure.
"How many people very close to 100 get to do this stuff?" she said.
Nobel said he doesn't think he has the energy to repeat the trip.
"But I think we're gonna stay in Jenison from now on, our travel days are over," he said.
A digital safe vault to protect your information
(BPT) - Whether you’re paying for a meal, signing up to play a game on your smartphone or withdrawing money from your bank, your information is at risk. In 2016 alone, 873 data breaches exposed more than 29.8 million records containing potentially sensitive information, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center.
Clearly, stronger measures must be taken.
While more people are turning to digital solutions to store important information, the threat of cyber security remains a concern for many businesses, governments and individuals. The modern reality when it comes to safely protecting valuables, documents and digital assets, is that both physical and digital secure storage solutions are needed.
Security in a changing world
In The Wall Street Journal, Sue Shellenbarger says people need a way to securely store both digital and physical copies of important documents. They should "wrap the documents in plastic and store them in a safe or safe-deposit box. Other paper items to keep in both paper and digital form include wills, diplomas, deeds, titles, licenses and trust and retirement-plan documents.”
Jerry Pluard of Safe Deposit Box Insurance Coverage (SDBIC) agrees, and recommends using a combination of physical and “digital” safe deposit boxes to protect valuables and digital identity.
“A digital safe deposit box can be used to maintain an inventory and store images of the valuable items in your physical box. You can also specify in your digital box the location of physical box and where the keys can be found,” Pluard says.
Digital vaults for consumers
While highly secured digital safe deposit boxes have been used by consumers and banking institutions in Europe for several years, the technology has not been embraced to the same degree in the United States.
With the digital vault options now available, American consumers need to be educated on what features are essential to ensuring their security. The top features are:
1. Password manager: Keeping passwords in a highly secure location might be the feature you access the most in your digital safe deposit box. Look for a password generator and the ability to link directly to the login screen to copy and paste the password in. Also, make sure you can access the password vault even when offline.
2. Encrypted email: Your digital box should have an encrypted email so you can send and receive sensitive documents.
3. Accessibly: Your digital box should have an easy to use mobile app, allowing you to access your passwords, documents and to download and receive encrypted information form a number of devices.
4. Digital inheritance: You should be able to designate several loved ones as beneficiaries who will have access to your digital files and documents in case of a life-changing event.
5. Security: Zero Knowledge technology is a must. This means only you and those you authorize can access your box. Also, you want something known as double encryption. This assures you that even if there is a breach, the hacker cannot access documents or data.
An Integrated Solution
Recently, SDBIC formed a partnership with DSwiss AG to bring such a digital vault solution to the US.
In addition to providing people with the needed features mentioned above, all the data is stored in a military command bunker in the Swiss mountains. This same service, which is used by large European financial firms to store highly sensitive information, is available to the consumer for just $40 a year.
This means there is now double-pronged security solution available. With an insured safe deposit box and a Digital Fortress digital vault, consumers can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing their valuables are protected. It’s a digital and physical security solution for every generation.
The best ways to support veterans in 2017
(BPT) - As the new administration and Congress settle into office, many organizations are working hard to put America’s 21 million veterans at the top of the nation’s “to-do” list.
“Veterans share a common thread — regardless of where they served or for how long — they are driven to protect our country and ensure freedom for all citizens,” says DAV (Disabled American Veterans) National Commander Dave Riley. “At the same time, they face unique challenges, from health problems related to their military service to translating their job skills into meaningful employment opportunities. It’s our nation’s duty to support veterans once they return home.”
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reports that 20 percent of veterans who served since 9/11 are estimated to have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Twenty veterans take their lives every day, most of whom never seek help from the VA, and many veterans struggle to find employment, often leading to homelessness.
To help change the lives of countless veterans and their families, DAV has suggested three priorities for our country’s leaders in 2017:
* Ensure veterans have access to quality and timely health care, including effective mental health services. Changes in the health care system for veterans are critical according to leading veterans service organizations like DAV and VFW, as well as bipartisan leaders in Congress. They all agree the best path forward is to create local, high-performing health care networks, led by the VA, which combine the best of VA with the best of community care.
* Give needed benefits to the caregivers of veterans. While caregivers for veterans who served after 9/11 receive benefits and resources, caregivers of veterans who served in earlier conflicts, such as World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam, do not receive them. This law must be amended and made inclusive.
* Educate employers about the value of hiring veterans, particularly those with disabilities. A recent survey of employers released by DAV, Monster.com and Military.com reveals 30 percent of employers worry about hiring veterans with PTSD. However, the vast majority of employers who have hired veterans with disabilities report it’s been a positive and productive experience.
You can support U.S. veterans.
You can be a positive voice for veterans and support changes in your communities. Start by speaking up on important veteran issues and write your elected officials in Congress. Volunteer with your local VA hospital or drive veterans to medical appointments. And, if you own a business or are a hiring manager, be sure your organization considers veterans’ unique talents and strengths.
America made a promise to care for its veterans, those men and women who sacrificed for everyone's freedoms. Now the nation’s leaders must live up to that promise. For more information about important veteran issues and how you can help, visit www.dav.org.
Tannersville Cranberry Bog Gallery Show
Laurinda Faye Rubin is organizing an exhibition for the Kettle Creek Gallery focusing on the Tannersville Cranberry Bog in all seasons. Interested artists of all mediums are invited to participate. Laurinda is willing and able to take artists on trips to the Bog in order to inspire them to create their artwork. Artists will have from now until Aug/Sep 2017 to create artwork depicting this unique natural land nestled in Monroe County. Specific information regarding submission and show details will be provided at a later date. This notice is to give the artists the opportunity and time to create their artwork. If interested, please contact Laurinda Faye Rubin at 570-236-4752 or email@example.com.
Eastburg Community Alliance Wants Performers
Eastburg Community Alliance is looking for entertainers to display their talents at the depot during the months of June, July, August and September. They specifically are looking for local artists to volunteer to perform during Music on Mondays at Dansbury Depot. If you or anyone you know, is interested, please email Sonya Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org. They do not pay their performers but do take a collection at each concert for the performer.
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Fraternal Order of Eagles - First Sunday of Every Month, Franternal Order of Eagles Aeries 1106. Doors: 5pm Kitchen: 6pm Games: 7pm
East Stroudsburg Elks - Every Wednesday. Doors:5pm Early Birds: 645pm. Bingo:7pm
Polk Township Fire Co. - Every Thursday. Doors: 5pm Games: 6:45pm
Power House of Prayer - East Stroudsburg Wednesday and Sunday. Doors: 5pm. Bingo:7pm
VFW Post 2540 East Stroudsburg - Friday Night. Doors, Kitchen: 5pm. Early Bird: 6:45pm
Local Galleries & Museums
Antoine Dutot Museum & Gallery
Holiday Craft Show, Handmade Gifts by Local Artisans, Dec 2-4, 9-11. Fridays, 5-8PM. Saturdays & Sundays, 11AM-5PM. 570-476-4240 or www.dutotmuseum.com.
Holiday Store, (thru Jan 2). 18 North 7th St., Stroudsburg. Gallery hours: Tues-Sat, Noon-4. 570-476-4460 or www.poconoarts.org
Auradell Gallery at Stroudsmoor
Stroudsmoor Country Inn, Stroudsmoor Rd., Stroudsburg. 570-421-6431 or www.stroudsmoor.com
Findings Jewelry & Art Gallery
Gold, Silver, & Gemstone Creations of Jeweler & Owner Daniel Varipapa. Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri, 10:30AM-5PM; Sat, 11:30AM-3:30PM, 39 N. Seventh St., Courthouse Square, Stroudsburg. 570-426-1888
Gallery at Liztech
Made in PA. Gallery Hours: Tues–Sat 10AM-6PM, 95 Crystal St. EastStroudsburg. 570-424-3177 or www.Liztech.com
Grey Towers National Historic Site
Holiday Art and Photo Exhibit and Sale featuring scenes of Grey Towers: plein air paintings by artists of Come Paint with Me and a juried exhibition of photographs by members of Pike Imaging Council. 122 Old Owego Turnpike, Miford, Daily 11AM-4PM. 3-floor Mansion Tour available weekends at 4PM. 570-296-9630 or www.greytowers.org
Kettle Creek Art Gallery
Photo Contest Winners. Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-4:30PM, Sat 9AM-1PM, 8050 Running Valley Road, Bartonsville. 570-629-3061 or www.mcconservation.org
Madelon Powers Gallery
Gallery Hours: Weds & Thurs: 11AM-7PM. Mon., Tues. & Fri.: 11AM-4PM. Fine & Performing Arts Center, East Stroudsburg University. 570-422-3483 or email@example.com
Miller’s Fine Arts Gallery
Features Contemporary Stone Sculptures from East Africa and other African Artifacts. Gallery Hours: Saturdays 12-6PM and Sundays by appointment only. 402 Brushy Mountain Rd, EastStroudsburg. 612-573-6594 or 914-588-6843 or www.cmillersfineart.photoreflect.com
Monroe County Historical Association
Gallery Hours: Tues-Fri, 10AM-4PM, First & Third Saturdays, 10AM-4PM. One-hour Guided Tours: 11AM & 2PM daily. 900 Main St., Stroudsburg. 570-421-7703 or www.monroehistorical.org
Hours: 11AM-5PM, M-W; 11AM-7PM, Thurs; 11AM-5PM, Fri; 10AM-5PM, Sat; Noon-4PM, Sun, Route 115, Effort. 570-872-9683 or www.MudWorksPotteryPA.com 10% Discount for PoconoArts Members
Northampton Community College Monroe Campus - Keystone Hall, Dunning Art Gallery, "Flying Free - Birds & the Human Spirit" (thru Jan 13). Gallery Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8AM-9PM, 201 Keystone Hall, Monroe Campus, Tannersville. 610-861-5062 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Origins Gallery on Main
Gallery Hours: Monday - Saturday, 1-5:30PM. 580 Main St., Stroudsburg, 570-507-7571 or www.originsgallery.org
Créches from Around the World, Pearsall Room, 100 Shawnee Inn Drive, Shawnee-on-Delaware. Available 9AM-5PM, (thru Jan 2). 1-800-SHAWNEE or www.shawneeinn.com
Wing & A Prayer Chapel
120 Rimrock Drive, Snydersville, Sunday, 1-4PM. 607-644-0596 or email@example.com