Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Dining Services Celebrates Autumn at Artisanal Marketplace


Woodcarver Liam M. McCay, an applied technology studies major from Bloomsburg, offers a live demo of his time-honored craft.
Woodcarver Liam M. McCay, an applied technology studies major from Bloomsburg, offers a live demo of his time-honored craft.
Movie posters are artfully repurposed as notebook covers.
Movie posters are artfully repurposed as notebook covers.
Also sharing hands-on expertise is alumna Alyssa L. Fink, an assistant baker in Dining Services.
Also sharing hands-on expertise is alumna Alyssa L. Fink, an assistant baker in Dining Services.
Terraria on display
Terraria on display

Dining Services’ Fall Artisan Market, a showcase of items from “funky scarves” and stoneware pottery to tote bags and handmade jewelry, brought a touch of the bazaar to the Bush Campus Center on Wednesday evening. The next market, featuring holiday items, is set for 5-8 p.m. Nov. 1.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

Related Stories

Physician assistant students at Pennsylvania College of Technology were among the first to visit the school’s new Center for Career Design. The facility is home to College Relations and features numerous free services to assist students with all things career-related. The center also offers ample networking and conference space to facilitate interaction among students, alumni and industry partners. Alumni
New Penn College center helps transform tomorrow
Read more
“Second Nature,” featuring works by an area graphic designer, Sarah Patterson, is available for viewing on the website of The Gallery at Penn College. Alumni
‘Second Nature’ exhibit offers inspiration for journaling
Read more
Alumni
Recent dental hygiene grad shares expertise at home and abroad
Read more