Friends of Pike County Library Bus Trip
The Friends of the Pike County Public Library have planned exciting bus trips for each month of the Fall season, beginning on Wednesday, September 20, to New York “On Your Own”. The cost is $35.00 which covers the bus trip and the driver’s tip. The buses will leave the Wal-Mart parking lot promptly at 8 am. You will be dropped in mid-town Manhattan, in close proximity to the “TKTS” booth at Duffy Square. You are “on your own” until 5:30 pm. Call Trip Coordinator Joyce Clark at 570 296 7884, between the hours of 9 am and 9 pm to make your reservation. Don’t hesitate, just a few seats remain available.
An overnight trip to the Berkshires of Massachusetts is on the agenda for October. On Thursday, October 12, we will be visiting the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, having a fabulous lunch at the Red Lion Inn. On Friday, we will visit “The Mount,” historic home of author Edith Wharton, who wrote, “The Age of Innocence”. After lunch, we’ll be stopping at the Lee Premium Outlets. Reserve ASAP. This trip will sell out quickly.
On Thursday, November 2, our bus will take us on a tour of the Scranton Coal Mine, a lovely lunch at Carmine’s in Scranton, and to conclude the day, a magic show at the Harry Houdini Museum.
Wednesday, December 6th, is our final bus trip for this year. We’ll be heading for the Big Apple once again to see New York “on your own”. A perfect time to visit the Big Tree and lights of Rockefeller Center, to view all the beautifully decorated shop windows, to do holiday shopping, or to take in a matinee.
Submitted for Publication by Patricia Corcoran, Publicity Chairperson, Friends of PCPL 570 409 9089