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Events

  • Due to the pending storm, the Wednesday, January 25th Homegrown Music Concert has been postponed. Stay tuned to wvia.org in the coming weeks for an announcement about a new date.



    Our January concert features the band Water Street plus singer-songwriter Brenda Fernandes.
  • The CDC reports at least 1 in 7 children experience child abuse in the United States. In addition, trafficking of children is on the rise - National Human Trafficking Hotline statistics showed a 25 percent jump in human trafficking cases from 2017 to 2018, and the National Center for Missing and exploited Children reported 1 in 7 runaways were likely victims of child sex trafficking.
  • Join our studio audience at WVIA Studio in Pittston for a live taping on the next episode of WVIA and Geisinger's Mind Over Matter series.

    Our panel includes Dr. Brian Keller, clinical psychologist and a veteran of both the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army; Brigadier General (PA) Maureen Weigl, Deputy Adjutant General for Veterans Affairs; Dave Eisele, Director of Lackawanna County Veterans Affairs.


    Doors open at 6pm
  • For many of us, our school teachers are the people who first introduced us to the world around us and taught us everything from the basics, or “3 R’s,” “Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic,” to civics, world history, science and more. But there’s a problem; that influx of new teachers…is shrinking. What can be done?

    Please arrive no later than 6:30pm.


  • You might be shocked at the sheer amount and variety of things that are made right around the corner. From snowboards to mason jars, some things you use every day get their start in your neighborhood. Keystone Edition Business profiles some locally-owned and homegrown ventures.

    Please arrive no later than 6:30pm.

  • From paintings to poetry, movies to music – artists use sports and the people who play them as subjects for literature, visual art, movies, and more. Keystone Edition: Arts asks what we learn when we look at sports through a creative lens.

    Please arrive no later than 6:30pm.

  • When was the last time you saw your primary care doctor? Reliable access to a primary care physician is a key component of overall health. The role of a family or primary doctor has evolved and in some cases, become even more integral in leading a healthy life, even as some barriers to access persist.

    *Please arrive no later than 6:30pm.