The Northern Columbia Community and Cultural Center
Welcome to N4Cs!
Where Every Generation Can Gather Together!
*Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re interested in helping with any of these events! It takes many, many hands to make these events happen and therefore we can always use extra volunteers. Call N4Cs or email us at director@N4Cs.org to see how you can help.
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LUNCH WITH SANTA EVENT! Buy your Tickets today at N4Cs!
On the same day as Lunch with Santa, the Royal Order of Raccoons will be serving their free Christmas dinner. This is open to the public and runs the same time as our event, increasing community partnership AND giving folks a variety of food to choose from! Ticket prices reflect the cost of Christmas craft, photo/meet and greet with Santa, and games.
We will be hosting our first Wine and Craft Beer Tasting on January 19th, 2019, from 2-6 PM. Click here for an application to be a wine CRAFT vendor, or here to be a Wine and Beer tasting business vendor!
Call for Volunteers
Listed below are the different ways in which N4Cs is in need of active volunteers. Most opportunities have flexibility in regards to the commitment level and time involved, so don’t hesitate if you can only give a little! If you have questions or are interested, please contact Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 570-925-0163. Feel free to tell your friends and family- you don’t have to be a member to volunteer!!
Looking for committed volunteers who like to stay busy! Tasks include answering phones, program enrollment, day pass and fitness class sales, and light cleaning during your shift.
Outdoor Grounds Adopt-a-Spot
This program helps us maintain the landscaping of N4Cs. Volunteers are responsible for a section of the landscaping to weed and deadhead the flowers. You pick the size of the spot you can maintain!
Volunteers organize local historical items, and categorize books and the assist with general upkeep of the library so that everyone in the community can easily learn more about this area’s rich history.
Individuals who sign up will help with setting up tables and chairs, decorating, taking tickets, cleaning up post-event, and in some situations cooking. Each volunteer will only be responsible for 1-2 tasks.
The thrift store is closed after the flood. We are no longer taking any material donations.