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Dance and bobble at upcoming fundraisers from Scranton’s Everhart Museum

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Scranton’s Everhart Museum is located in the city’s Nay Aug Park. The museum will host their Sept. 16 farm-to-table fundraiser on their grounds.
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SCRANTON — The Everhart museum has announced future fundraisers targeting fans of baseball collectibles and healthy cuisine.

Aug. 7’s mystery bobblehead giveaway will put a random nodder into the hands of the first 1,000 fans through PNC Field’s gates at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders’ 1 p.m. game against Syracuse Chiefs. For $5, fans can trade their free bobblehead for a chance at a different player/personality or purchase additional wobblers for $10 each.

At 6 p.m. Sept. 16, the museum will host a farm-to-table dinner/dance event at its 1901 Mulberry St., Scranton location. The event will include food, cocktails, a marketplace and an auction featuring a painting created on-site by artist Jack Puhl. Clarks Summit band Mace in Dickson will provide the evening’s music. Tickets start at $125 for individual entry and can be purchased at everhart-museum.org.

For more information about the museum or their upcoming fundraisers, call 570-346-7186.

Scranton’s Everhart Museum is located in the city’s Nay Aug Park. The museum will host their Sept. 16 farm-to-table fundraiser on their grounds.
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Everhart.jpgScranton’s Everhart Museum is located in the city’s Nay Aug Park. The museum will host their Sept. 16 farm-to-table fundraiser on their grounds. Submitted photo
A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders bobblehead giveaway and a farm-to-table dinner/dance highlight institution’s social calendar

By Gene Axton

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Reach Gene Axton at 570-991-6121 or on Twitter @TLArts

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