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Happenings

FREE BREAKFAST: Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 8:00 - 11:00am at South Gibson United Methodist Church, 2839 State Route 2067, Uniondale. Follow at www.gibsoncharge.org and on Facebook at Gibson Charge.

July 11

BLOOD DRIVE: Thursday, 1:30pm to 6:30pm at St. Marks Church, New Milford. Call 1-800-Red-Cross to make an appointment.

July 12

OLD TIME FIDDLERS CONCERT: Friday, 7:30pm at the Thompson Christian Church. Admission is a $5 donation. Please join us for an evening of music.

July 13

CIVIL WAR CANNON DEMO/USED BOOK SALE: Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm at the Soldiers' Orphan School, 2238 Orphan School Road, Kingsley. Demo by the McClung's Battery 1st Tennessee Light Artillery Reenactment Group. Civil War re-enactor Brian Schwartz is available to give more info on the war. Books donated to the Harford Historical Society include current novels, children's books, how-to books, coffee table travel books. Hardcovers, 50¢; paperbacks, 25¢, cash only. Everyone is invited to bring a picnic lunch, sit in the pavilion and enjoy the quiet, beautiful setting of the grounds.

July 15-19

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: Discover Jesus Monday thru Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm at Susquehanna Christian Community Church, 1361 Main Street. Call 570-853-3988. For ages 4 to 11 years old.

July 17

CHICKEN & BISCUIT DINNER: Take-out only, drive-thru Wednesday, 4:00pm to 6:00pm or until sold out at the Clifford United Methodist Church, Main Street. Donation $13 includes chicken, biscuit, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, harvard beets & dessert.

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Historic Open House In Harford

Submitted by Linda Berol

On July 20th, 2024, 9:00am to 2:00pm, there will be a Historic Open House at 151 Tingley Lake Road, Harford. The last residents of this home were Harry and Dora Shannon (1880-1975); the house is now owned and maintained by the Harford Historical Society. Harry Shannon was born in 1880 and lived there until his death in 1962; his wife Dora continued to live there until 1975.

On this date, The Shannon House will be open for visitors to tour this simple two-story home built in 1830. There will be historic displays inside the house, especially Harry Shannon's photographs which he took in the early 1900's. Harry Shannon took many wonderful old photos of Harford, his beloved town. There will also be a children's story time (historic stories), and artisans and craftspeople outside in the yard. This free event is sponsored by the Harford Historical Society.

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