Scranton Tomorrow is pleased to host the annual Mayors' Prayer Breakfast in Downtown Scranton.
An annual fundraiser for Scranton Tomorrow, Winter in the City features food and beverages, live music, a silent auction and more in January/February. For more information, click here.
In partnership with Penn State Master Gardeners in Lackawanna County, members of Scranton Tomorrow and volunteers from The University of Scranton work together to maintain safe, clean and green Downtown through spring and fall plantings and clean-ups in the business district. To learn more, click here.
Scranton Tomorrow hosts the Electric City Classic in August. The 2-day event features criterium racing in Downtown Scranton on Saturday, and the Classic Hill Climb in Scranton's Hill Section on Sunday. Professional and amateur cyclists from around the world participate. For details on this year's race, click here.
Scranton Tomorrow hosts the annual Mayors' Prayer Breakfast in October. The mission of this event is to bring together a broad cross-section of members of the community, in harmony, at an interfaith gathering. The breakfast embraces a new theme each year. Community, pride, vision and hope are recurring topics as the event celebrates the past, present and future of the City of Scranton. To learn more, click here.
Deck the Downtown
Scranton Tomorrow organizes a variety of seasonal promotions in the Downtown Business District, including:
Downtown Scranton Black Friday: Ready. Set. Shop! Check out the latest Black Friday promotions on our Facebook page.
Small Business Saturday in Downtown Scranton: Shop small to make a big impact in your community! On Small Business Saturday in Downtown Scranton, more than 50 shops and eateries offer special sales and promotions. Spread the word about the eclectic shops and eateries in the Electric City using #shopsmall, #smallbiz, #shoplocal on social media.
Holiday Window Decorating Showcase: A seasonal tradition in downtown Scranton, the annual Holiday Window Decorating Showcase features festive window displays in more than 50 businesses. Visitors are encouraged to take in the picturesque scenes of holiday cheer as they eat, shop and celebrate in downtown Scranton.