45 min

Ep. 3 Downtown Lock Haven Inc. with Bob Rolley and Samantha Eisenhart Along a River in the Wilds

    • Documentary

Summary: In today’s episode we hear from Bob Rolley and Sam Eisenhart from Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. We discuss the role of Downtown LH within the community, focusing on their partnerships with local businesses, developing efforts to bring new people into Lock Haven, as well as ongoing fundraising projects that help the group sustain and continue their work locally.



Notes:


Please subscribe for future episodes, and find us on Facebook at Along a River in the Wilds or on Instagram @riverinthewilds. Feel free to message us with any questions or comments!





Additionally this week, we would like to promote the upcoming Ross Library Haunted Tour. Join Lou Bernard on Friday October 25 and Saturday October 26th at 7pm each night, with a second late-night tour on Saturday at 11pm, for  an hour-long tour that includes some of the haunting and scary stories of Lock Haven. The tour costs $4, and proceeds will benefit the Ross Library. You can find more details on Facebook at Ross Library Adult Services. And stay tuned for next week’s episode with Lou!





For more podcasts like this, check out The Homecomers, or any of the Strong Town network shows, including Strong Towns, It’s the Little Things, or Upzoned.





Given that it is October, if anyone wants small-town spooky fiction, I have recently been binging the show Unwell: a Midwestern Gothic Mystery, which is set in Ohio. It reminds me of radiodramas that our family would listen to during long winter evenings growing up, with sound effects and everything. Go check it out if you would like some seasonal fiction.





Music in this episode is by Lobo Loco, available on Free Music Archive

Summary: In today’s episode we hear from Bob Rolley and Sam Eisenhart from Downtown Lock Haven, Inc. We discuss the role of Downtown LH within the community, focusing on their partnerships with local businesses, developing efforts to bring new people into Lock Haven, as well as ongoing fundraising projects that help the group sustain and continue their work locally.



Notes:


Please subscribe for future episodes, and find us on Facebook at Along a River in the Wilds or on Instagram @riverinthewilds. Feel free to message us with any questions or comments!





Additionally this week, we would like to promote the upcoming Ross Library Haunted Tour. Join Lou Bernard on Friday October 25 and Saturday October 26th at 7pm each night, with a second late-night tour on Saturday at 11pm, for  an hour-long tour that includes some of the haunting and scary stories of Lock Haven. The tour costs $4, and proceeds will benefit the Ross Library. You can find more details on Facebook at Ross Library Adult Services. And stay tuned for next week’s episode with Lou!





For more podcasts like this, check out The Homecomers, or any of the Strong Town network shows, including Strong Towns, It’s the Little Things, or Upzoned.





Given that it is October, if anyone wants small-town spooky fiction, I have recently been binging the show Unwell: a Midwestern Gothic Mystery, which is set in Ohio. It reminds me of radiodramas that our family would listen to during long winter evenings growing up, with sound effects and everything. Go check it out if you would like some seasonal fiction.





Music in this episode is by Lobo Loco, available on Free Music Archive

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