Calendar of Events - The Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce
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May 2022

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Events in the next 30 days...
JABBS Memorial Cleaning Vendor Event

Chris Shrive will be playing 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
DJ Donna Diva will be playing from 2 - 5 p.m.

Veteran Vendors
1998 Candle Company 
Mia Bella Candles 
DA Pit Texas BBQ 
Boozy Bottles By Julz
The Wright Way Remodeling 
Shaeff’s Wild Game Sauce
Hooke Engraving 
Bread Basket of NEPA

Blooming J’s 
Sheryl’s candles & More & Bill Sher Wooden Signs and creations 
Bonk’s pillows and more 
Color street (Lori Brown) 
Werkheiser Country Candles 
Scentsy (Tiffany Tanner)
Christine’s Soap Box 
Mary A’s Crochet 
Vivid Color Jewelry Creations 
Marcy’s Merch! 
Molly’s Boutique And Bands 
DHC boutique and Consignment 
Scentsy & Java Momma
Squish mellow, Inspired gifts 
Bubblicious Bath and Body Products 
Marcy’s Treasures 
The Craft Gal Shop
Colorful Creations 
Joe Price Woodworking 
Gumshoe jams, Jellies & Fancy soaps 
Candy’s Creation
Laura Emily Designs 
Corcoran Crochet 
Lovey Soap 
Color Street Nails (Donna Antoine)
Mema’s Unique Boutique 
NEPA Nature Photography 
Paparazzi (Dawn McAndrew-Williams)
This & That
Calloway Crafts
Brocks Fresh Bread
Ariel’s Creations
Chef Puppers Bakery
Hooked on you
Sprinkles with Meg
Donnas Cotton Candy
Two Sisters Crafts
Harpers Hair Bow
Gambucci Creations
Sweet And Little BOWtique
Rustic Door Wreath Shop
Pampered Chef (Diane O’Malley)
Paparzzi (Kim Throop)
One of a kind Designs
Pure Romance (Amy Cusick)
Perfectly Posh (Mandi Smale)
Avon (Cathie Jones)
Make Your Mark by Marks of Northumberland
Janice’s Purses
Plastic Canvas Needle Point
Craft heaven 
We can-dle
Angel wings blankets
Starlight Creations
E and F shoe charms
Kirsten Creations

White House Hoagie 
Follow The Smoke 
The Welsh Tea Shoppe LLC 
Da Pit Texas BBQ 

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Spring Shindig at Deep Roots Hard Cider

Spring Shindig at Deep Roots Hard Cider!!! It's time again for our annual customer appreciation party.
We will have Live Music by Friendly Fyre and Gary Carl!
Two Food Trucks -
Taco Bout Us and Giddy Up and Go Snack Shack.
Utter Delites Ice Cream Truck will be there!
We will have our Vendor Village of over 10+ vendors.
Axe Attack will be here so you can toss some axes.
A local brewery will be here as well for your drinking pleasure!
Don't forget about the Bonfire and Fireworks display to end the night!
This event is FREE to everyone and is a family-friendly event.
Dogs are welcome, but they have to stay on leashes and be cleaned up after.
Bring a lawn chair and have a good time.
No outside alcohol is permitted. 

Cider and Cheese Paddle

Come join us for a fun trip down the river with Deep Roots! Meet at EMO at 4pm. After a calm 5 mile trip down the river we will head over to Deep Roots Hard Cider for tastings and fun times!

All Trips include guides, snacks, and tastings. Must be 21 for tastings.
Single Person Kayak: $55 per person (fee covers rental and life jacket)
Tandem Kayak: $75 (fee covers rental and life jackets)
BYOB(Bring your own Boat): $25
-Proper water shoes (not flip flops)
-Bug Spray 

Family Fun Sojourn

The Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) and Endless Mountain Outfitters (EMO) are teaming up to host a Family Fun Sojourn on Saturday and Sunday, June 4th and 5th along the Susquehanna River’s Upper North Branch. Participants will paddle 20 miles through Bradford County over the two-day period from Sayre Riverfront Park to the Wysox Boat Launch.
Day one: June 4 - Participants will arrive and register at Larnard-Hornbook County Park at 8 a.m. Participants will then be shuttled to Sayre Borough Riverfront Park, where guest speaker David Jarrett (Sayre Borough manager) will talk about the local Diahoga Trail. Keith Brown will then give a safety talk prior to the launch at 10 a.m. Paddlers will stop for lunch where an environmental talk will be given by Keith Brown. Participants will be provided trash bags and collect any garbage observed along the way. We will talk about the 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act in order to emphasize the cleanup portion of the paddle. The group will arrive back at Larnard-Hornbook Park around 4:30 p.m., where there will be a catered dinner, an educational speaker, games, a campfire, and live music by Callie & Spence Acoustic.
Day two: June 5 - After breakfast, participants will launch from the public launch at Larnard-Hornbrook Park and paddle to the Wysox Township Boat Launch, stopping for lunch along the way. Another safety talk will be given prior to launch by Keith Brown. Wysox Township Manager Jon Kulick will be speaking about the recent DCNR improvements made to the township’s boat launch and park area.
All meals on the trip are included and provided by local businesses, but please bring personal snacks and a good supply of water! This is a great opportunity to get out on the river with your children and learn about paddling safety, environmental stewardship, local history and to simply have fun! Prices to register vary based on whether you will be renting a canoe/kayak or bringing your own watercraft. Early bird registration tickets, ending May 9th, will be $100 for those with their own watercraft and $130 for those renting a kayak. Tandem/canoe rentals are $150. Add an additional $10 after May 9th. A more descriptive Itinerary will be sent out to registrants as the event approaches. The trip is subject to change based on weather and water levels.
Find out more and register at:

Open Mic Night at Grovedale Winery

Relay for Life of Bradford County at Wyalusing

Save the date: Saturday, June 11, 2022 - Relay For Life of Bradford County will be Back on the Track at Wyalusing Valley Junior/Senior High School!
Please plan to join us from Noon until 11 PM - it’s certain to be a great day supporting our loved ones.

Wine and Cheese Paddle

Had a hard day? Week? Or just want something fun to do on your Saturday night? Come relax and join us at EMO for our wine and cheese paddles. Stop by Grovedale Winery and pick out a wine or just bring your own. Meet at EMO at 4pm. Time spent on the river is usually about 2-3 hours. After a calm trip down the river, join us as we head over to Grovedale Winery!
All Trips will include guides, snacks, and a tasting on the water
Single Person Kayak: $55 per person (fee covers rental and life jacket)
Tandem Kayak: $75 (fee covers rental and life jackets)
BYOB (Bring your own Boat): $25
-Proper water shoes (not flip flops)
-Bug Spray

Family Fun Day

Come celebrate Family Fun Day at Grovedale.
It's a perfect Father's Day Excursion for the family.
Vendors, Car Show, Food Truck, Activities, and Live Music.
Band will be from 7:00-10:00 PM with a $5 cover charge.
Stay tuned for more details as the event nears.

Youth Sojourn

The Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) and Endless Mountain Outfitters are teaming up to host EMHR’s annual Youth Heritage Sojourn on the Susquehanna River’s Upper North Branch for middle and high school-level students in across our four-county region. The goal of this sojourn is to educate our youth about kayaking safety, area history, environmental stewardship, and the ecology of the remarkable natural resource known as the Susquehanna River.
Day 1: Friday, June 24th – Arrive at Endless Mountain Outfitters by or before 11 a.m. for registration. Our trip starts at EMO and goes 8.5 miles to Laceyville. Students will be asked to bring a packed lunch or snack for the trip. After the trip we will shuttle back to EMO to get vehicles (if needed) and go to Camp Lackawanna (1219 Vosburg Rd, Tunkhannock, PA). Upon arrival, students will set up camp, eat a provided dinner, play games and watch a movie on a blow-up screen. Prior to the movie, Wyoming County Cultural Center director Erica Rogler will talk about her organization and its connections to the Susquehanna.
Day 2: Saturday, June 25th – After eating breakfast, students will be shuttled to Laceyville and, following a safety briefing, begin their 15-mile paddle back to Camp Lackawanna. The evening will consist of a provided dinner and a guest speaker, EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin, who will talk about the organization, local river history and the many outdoor recreation opportunities the Heritage Region promotes.
Day 3: Sunday, June 26th – Following breakfast, students will break down camp and hear a boating safety presentation from David Raulfs of the PA Fish & Boat Commission. Participants will then paddle the remaining 6.5 miles from Camp Lackawanna to Tunkhannock Riverside Park. It is common to see eagles and other bird of prey along this section of the river, which Keith Brown will speak about. Lunch will be brought to paddlers at a pre-determined point along the river.
Cost per student: $150 (Covers the cost of the kayak rental, meals, camping site and insurance)
An additional $20 if booked after the early bird cutoff date of June 1st, 2022
All middle- and high-school level students in the four-county region of Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming are invited to partake in this three-day journey down the mighty Susquehanna River’s North Branch. Throughout the weekend, young paddlers will learn about kayaking safety, environmental stewardship, wildlife, camping and the history of this remarkable natural resource that we are fortunate enough to have flowing through our region. Led by Towanda Area School District teacher and EMO owner, Keith Brown, participants will embark on a three-day, two-night journey from Wyalusing to Tunkhannock. Students will paddle 30 miles over three-days! All lunches and dinners are provided, but students should bring snacks and water bottles. Evenings at Camp Lackawanna will include campfires, games, hiking, an outdoor evening movie on the big screen and more! For more information about the sojourn, contact Keith Brown at (570) 764-7102 or send an email to Interested parties can also find more information and register: