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Kane Area Restaurants Updated Hours & Take-Out Information

On March 16th we learned that restaurants are not able to have diners come in to sit and eat in order to take preventive measures against COVID-19.  So, our resourceful business owners have made changes to how they will provide you with their delicious food and drinks.

Below are the hours and service information of Kane area restaurants as of March 17, 2020. Everything is subject to change as time goes on, so please find each business on Facebook, LIKE their page and stay up-to-date on the most current information. I have linked the business name to their Facebook page to make it really easy for you to find- just click on the business and you’ll be taken to their page!

There are some places who serve food that are still working out the details of how they will continue to provide their products. They are listed with the link to their Facebook page so you can remember to check back on them.

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Small Business Saturday Vendor show

Come out, once again, to our 5th annual Small Business Saturday Vendor show.
Get some christmas shopping done, by shopping with some of our local artisans and small businesses. There will be a variety to choose from!

Happy Tails will have her famous Doggie Treats available for purchase, plus PAW WAX, for the upcoming winter weather!

No Feline Left Behind, will be manning the kitchen.

Introduction to 100 Days of Kane, PA

This is Alumni Weekend – the unofficial holiday of Kane, PA. Our town has been getting ready and you can feel the anticipation when you walk outside. The welcome banner hangs with pride over Fraley Street. It’s like having your mom and dad standing with outstretched arms at the front door waiting to say “Welcome home!”

Our town will be bustling with alumni and soon to be alumni. Our friends and loved ones will be traveling from all over the country to spend a weekend reminiscing and making new memories with us here.

Our sense of pride in our community is like no other place I’ve lived. When something happens to one person it feels like it happens to us all, doesn’t it? We are connected to each other through our stories.

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