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This year’s parade will be held in Hughesville, Pennsylvania on Saturday, November 10TH. The parade will start forming at 11am, and step off at 2pm. There will be a special SNJ-4 fly over provided by the Buffalo Heritage Squadron.
CLICK HERE for a list of local community Trick or Treat dates and hours. If you do not see your community, be sure to check back as we'll be updating the list.
It's almost High School Football Season and the Oldiez 93 High School Football Game of the Week! Every Friday night during the season our very own John Finn and Bob Woodley broadcast one of the local games. Our pregame coverage begins at 6:30pm with coach interviews and a rundown of each team. Kickoff is at 7pm with John Finn calling all the action and Bob Woodley providing color commentary. To check our schedule for this season, click here!
The Williamsport Community Concert Association’s mission is to be a source of pleasure, enrichment and inspiration to area residents by providing an affordable annual series of outstanding performances by world-renowned musical artists. Please click here for more details.
Be the first winner in the Susquehanna Valley each weekday morning with Jake Michaels and "Wake Up & Win!" Tune in just after 6am for your chance to be our latest winner! Up for grabs is an Oldiez 93 Morning Show Fun Pack that has Pepsi Products, Utz Snacks and Oldiez 93 merchandise.
Every Tuesday and Thursday you've got a chance to win with Janet's Floral Creations and Kelly E's "Real News or Fake News?" Each Tuesday and Thursday around 4:35 in the afternoon Kelly will share a real or fake news story with you, guess which it is and win a floral bouquet from Janet's Floral Creations.
Each weekday afternoon around 3:25pm Kelly E gives you a chance to win with "My Three Songs." She'll play three songs in a row that share a common theme, be caller 5 with the correct answer and you're a winner! "My Three Songs" with Kelly E, weekday afternoons on Oldiez 93!
Steve Perry is riding high on the success of his comeback album, Traces, which is the former-Journey frontman's first Top 10 solo debut. The album entered the Billboard 200 Albums Chart at Number Six; the Billboard Album Chart at Number Four; and the magazine's Current Rock Album Chart at Number Two.
During a chat with Rolling Stone, Perry -- who hasn't toured since his 1994/1995 dates in support of his last solo set, For The Love Of Strange Medicine -- said that although his road plans haven't been solidified -- it's a sure bet if he tours, he'll be taking his Journey classics with him: "I don’t know if a tour will happen. Right now it’s premature to even guess. But there would be no way in the world I’d go out there and not sing Journey music too. It would be solo and Journey together. But those songs are vocally challenging. They’re challenging for (current Journey frontman) Arnel (Pineda) and everyone else. They’re not easy. They were challenging for me when I wrote the damn melodies, but back then I was young and in my Olympic singer mode.(Barbra) Streisand lowers the keys when she does her old songs. There’s nothing wrong with lowering a key. We’re not spring chickens."
It was 41 years ago Saturday (October 20th, 1977), that a plane carrying Lynyrd Skynyrd crashed in a swamp near Gillsburg, Mississippi. At the time, the group was en route to its next show in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The crash took the lives of lead singer Ronnie Van Zant; guitarist Steve Gaines and his sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines; Skynyrd manager Dean Kilpatrick, as well as the plane's two pilots Walter McCreary and William Gray. Three days before the crash (October 17th), the band released its fifth album,Street Survivors, which featured the soon-to-be classics "What's Your Name" and "That Smell." The album cover, which featured the band seemingly engulfed in flames, was eventually substituted with another photo in light of the horrific plane crash. In 2007, the 30th anniversary reissue reinstated the original album cover.
There are some great shows coming to the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport in 2018/2019 season, they include:
Gordon Lightfoot on Wednesday Oct. 24th, The Little River Band on Friday, Nov. 2nd, The Beach Boys on Wednesday Dec. 12th and Darlene Love on Friday, Feb. 1st. Plus many more great shows! For tickets on these shows and more, please visit www.caclive.com