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Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Introduces Subscription Box Service

Local families now have another option when it comes to subscription boxes.

The Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Council recently introduced GirlCratery™, a new service for girls ages 5-11.

Each monthly box has a theme (such as geocaching, baking and camping), and includes an activity that can be completed at home. The cost for a three-month subscription is $99, and past boxes are available for $28.99.

“GirlCratery brings the magic of discovery to school aged children,” said Julie Dale, GSNYPENN CEO, in a press release. “While there are several kid-themed boxes on the market, we deliver the excitement of novelty and the element of surprise. Our subscription allows kids to try something different each month, broadening their interests.”

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Bluey to Stop at Landmark Theatre

Parents, mark your calendars!

Bluey’s Big Play will visit the Landmark Theatre from March 17-18.

Based on the popular Disney Junior animated series, the show will include puppets, live actors and never-before-heard songs. Tickets are available at the Landmark Theatre Box Office or via

“After seeing the amazing reaction the show received during its Australia run, we are delighted to bring this standout live theater show to U.S. audiences,” said Director Rosemary Myers, of Windmill Theatre Co., in a press release. “We know how much love there is out there for Bluey and are thrilled and honored to translate these brilliant characters into the three-dimensional world and to share this special experience with fans throughout America.”

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Youth Art Contest Returns to WonderWorks Syracuse

Calling all student artists!

The annual youth art contest is returning to WonderWorks Syracuse (the theme for 2022/23 is “Brought to Light). Submissions must be received by Wednesday, Dec. 14, and the winners’ work will be displayed for one year.

“Our annual student art contest is already a favorite of both our guests and the WonderWorks team even though it’s a relatively new program,” said Jonathan Cascella, general manager of WonderWorks Syracuse, in a press release. “We can’t wait to see what our local students have created!”

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