Blossburg V.I.B.E. announces that Small Town Christmas is now called Shop SmallTown. Shop Local. Shop Blossburg. We’re planning a fun filled day of activities on November 28th starting with the Frosty 5k in the morning, Ice Skating in the afternoon, and our Small Business Saturday event from 9am to 4pm. Visit the Shop SmallTown page here.Share
Blossburg V.I.B.E. is proud to announce the winners of 2014 Light Up The Holiday’s Contest: Best Business Display – Drake Morse Nationwide Insurance! The 4 Best Overall decorated houses are: Randy and Brenda Sokoly, Amy and Rob Bowens, Rita and Lawrence Larson, and Karen and Glenn Lattimer! Thank you to everyone who decorated their house this year and helping to Light Up the Holiday’s. Just a reminder, this year’s winners won’t be eligible next year, so start planning your display! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Amy and Rob Bowens
Karen and Glenn Lattimer
St. Mary’s Street
Randy and Brenda Sokoly
S. Williamson Rd.
Rita and Lawrence Larson
Drake Morse – Nationwide Insurance
It’s time for the Blossburg Community Yard Sale Sign-ups! Call 570.638.2005 or email email@example.com to add your location to the yard sale map. The yard sale is on Saturday, April 26th from 8am – 2pm. Free coffee and maps at The Brick Tavern. Blossburg Borough will also be having spring clean-up during the week of April 28-May 2. And if you still don’t get rid of all of your clutter…be sure to drop off all of your electronics on Tuesday, April 29th from 5-8pm in the plaza. This e-recycling event sponsored by Blossburg Vibe, can take all electronics except TVs and microwaves. Bring your computers, printers, cameras, etc. What a great week to clean up!Share
Blossburg-North Penn Alumni Assoc. Planning Meeting
Sunday, March 23, 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Community Room of Blossburg Memorial Library
Make plans for the 2014 Annual Blossburg-North Penn Alumni Association Reunion. This year’s date Is August 2, 2014. All Blossburg and North Penn Alumni are welcome to help with the planning. Anniversary years ending in “4” and “9” are especially urged to get involved!Share
Blossburg V.I.B.E. will be hosting a work bee for the Community Garden on April 5th starting at 10 am. We’ll be cleaning up the boxes, rebuilding a few boxes, and making a few raised beds to make them wheelchair friendly. If you’d like to help out, stop on by. If you’re interested in reserving a garden box at the community garden or for other questions, call Jackie at 570-781-7010.Share
BLOSSBURG, Dec. 23 — Blossburg V.I.B.E. (Visions in Business & Entertainment) announced the winners of the Light Up the Holidays house decorating contest after judging displays in five categories Sunday night. The judges followed every street in the borough to find the best decorated homes. “There were so many beautifully decorated homes and businesses,” said judge Jill Nickerson, Blossburg V.I.B.E. vice president. “We finally narrowed the list down to six – we had a tie in one category. There’s no overall winner, there are six great winners.”
Most Christmas Spirit: Jill Choplosky & Rich Helton, 104 Liberty St., lower apartment (Great job making the best of available space!)
Whimsical (TIE) : Amy & Robb Bowens, 170 Johnson Street
Whimsical (TIE): Nicole & Derek Lindquist, 235 S. Williamson Rd.
Victorian: Rita & Lawrence Larson, 154 Davis Street
Green Christmas: April & David Thompson, 100 Granger St. (SEE VIDEO – The lights are connected to the music. We liked the creativity. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8Iuw4ECerQ)
Best Business Display: Ryan & Melanie Shaut, Bloss Holiday Market, Riverside Plaza (not lit but beautiful!)
Several of last year’s winners were all beautifully decorated again but were not eligible to win this year. We also noticed some past winners had their lights off Saturday night (yes, we’re looking at you, Ed Bogaczyk).
Photos by Lonny Frost and Heidi I. Jones.
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BLOSSBURG, Dec. 19 — Blossburg V.I.B.E. (Visions in Business & Entertainment) announced the winners of the Light Up the Holidays house decorating contest after judging displays in five categories Sunday night. The judges followed every street in the borough to find the best decorated homes. “The weather has really cooperated for decorating outside. It seemed that more houses were decorated than last year,” said judge Jill Nickerson, Blossburg V.I.B.E. vice president. “The competition has increased. We were glad to see several entries in our new category ‘Green Christmas’ that honors energy-efficient LED displays.”
Several of last year’s winners were all beautifully decorated again; however, they are not eligible to win until next year.
Pictures available here: Photo Gallery