Cookie Season Begins for Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways

Girl Scout Cookie Lineup.
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Craving cookies? Troops in the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) Council are selling the sweet treat through March 31.

This year, there are nine varieties to choose from: Samoas®, Tagalongs®, Do-si-dos®, Lemon-Ups®, Thin Mints®, Toffee-tastic®, Trefoils®, Girl Scout S’mores®, and Adventurefuls™. Each box costs $6, a $1 increase from 2023.

“When our bold, goal-setting Girl Scouts sell cookies, they’re doing so much more than what we see at face value,” said GSNYPENN CEO Julie Dale in a press release. “They’re entrepreneurial youth leaders creating a more equitable future for themselves and our world. We very much appreciate our community’s support during the annual cookie program.”

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Baltimore Woods Nature Center Hosts The Beauty of Birds

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If you’re searching for something fun – and educational – to do during February break, stop by Baltimore Woods Nature Center. Showcasing photographs by Meg Schader, The Beauty of Birds exhibit will be on display through Feb. 24.

“This is not only a great display of a variety of beautiful birds; it is also an excellent opportunity for learning,” said Gallery Coordinator Karen Jean Smith in a press release. “Each one of the birds is labeled and other information has been included in the exhibit as well, including a bird identification challenge for kids of all ages.”

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Syracuse Stage Announces Next Production

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Are you in need of a laugh? Syracuse Stage will present the dramedy Clyde’s through Feb. 18.

“I am so grateful to Syracuse Stage and Portland Center Stage for the opportunity to dive into Lynn Nottage’s excellent play,” said Director Chip Miller. “With humor and heart, Clyde’s is a meditation on how we access our humanity after we’ve been robbed of it and the power of a collective to make small, but significant steps towards redemption through the act of nourishing others. I cannot wait to explore the rich and delicious world of these characters with this incredible team of collaborators.”

And there’s more on the schedule. Syracuse Stage will close out its 50th anniversary season with performances of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express (March 13-31) and Once (May 1-19).

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