The W: Adult Swim Night, Pigapolooza and Beer Fest, Mini-Golf Massacre, and Pink Glove Dance
First Posted: 8/26/2013
…will you be able to meet Aug. 29 at Montage Mountain Water Park?
You’ve just seen them a couple issues back. That’s right, the models from our annual swimsuit issue will be hanging out at the final Adult Swim Night at Montage (1000 Montage Mountain Rd., Scranton).
Join them and the Weekender crew from 6 to 10 p.m., when all the water park attractions will be open. It’s a $10 cover to get in and there will be live entertainment and games for the 21 and over crowd.
It’s the final splash of the season – and don’t forget an awesome park that comes along with it.
“You can absolutely bring a bucket of beer with you right into the lazy river. Just float along and have a drink,” said Sarah Farrell, director of marketing at Montage Mountain.
…should you check out on Aug. 31?
The annual Hughestown Fire Dept. Pigapolooza and Beer Fest is set to happen at 30 Center St. in Hughestown.
Ticket gate time is 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the beer fest time is 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets are $15 for ages 6-15, Pigapolooza only, $20 ages 16 and older for the Pigapolooza only, and $30 per person for both the Pigapolooza and beer fest.
Many brews will be featured by L.T. Verrastro, Northeast Eagle Distributors, and Susquehanna Brewing Company.
This year’s event will include some new twists, such as wine tastings, a Q&A session with a trained Beer Ambassador, gift card raffles, and much more.
…can you see the next horror film by Bobby Keller, director of “Deatherman?”
At Haunted Mini-Golf Weekends throughout October at Lahey Family Fun Park in Clarks Summit, but the Scranton filmmaker needs your help to complete “Mini-Golf Massacre.”
Keller is raising funds for special effects, props, food, costumes, and more at indiegogo.com/projects/mini-golf-massacre. The goal is only $500 to create the shot-on-video, 20-30 minute kid-friendly movie. All costs are being paid out of pocket, so any donation amount is appreciated.
….can you be a part of a video shoot?
Head to Nay Aug Park in Scranton Sept. 6 from noon to 2 p.m. for the Geisinger-Community Medical Center “Pink Glove Dance” shoot, in honor of breast cancer awareness.
The “Pink Glove Dance” is an annual national competition sponsored by Medline, with the winner receiving $25,000 for a local breast cancer charity of their choice. This is the second year Geisinger will produce a video to pay tribute to employees, the community, and cancer survivors everywhere.
No dance experience is required. Participants will be taught simple dance moves and pink gloves will be provided. All ages are welcome, and pink attire is optional.