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Ideas spark positive change!
Scranton's founders were progressive thinkers with big ideas, and their legacy continues today with Scranton City Council Idea Sessions. Forward-thinking community leaders brainstorm ideas on a variety of topics, ranging from recruiting new small businesses to the downtown, to cutting taxes, and promoting Scranton in other regions. 
Do you have what it takes to escape? 
Electric City Escape rooms are a physical adventure game where players are locked in a room and have to find clues, break codes, and open locks in a series of puzzles within 60 minutes in order to win.  These puzzles will challenge your wit, patience, and problem-solving skills to beat the clock.  Escape rooms are great for date night, family night, corporate team building, or a friend’s night out. 
Feel the heat!
In the heart of downtown Scranton, Steamtown Hot Yoga features classes for all skill levels in Hot Yoga and the Eastern Healing Arts. Yogis find their inner zen, and build confidence, strength and balance at the studio at 121 N. Washington Avenue, Scranton. Namaste. ​
1011 North Main Avenue, Scranton PA 18508
Downtown living.
Some of the city' s most beautiful historic buildings are finding new life as homes for those embracing residential living in downtown Scranton. Loft apartments and condominiums often feature design elements that pay homage to a building's history while offering modern amenities. Downtown residents also enjoy the convenience of living within walking distance of shopping and dining, arts and culture venues, and educational institutions. 
Farm to table.
Fresh, locally-grown food is readily available in Scranton at farmers' markets. The Co-Op Farmer's Market is an open-air, seasonal market owned and operated by local farmers. Established in 1939, the market features a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, baked goods, jams and jellies, meats, eggs, freshly-cut and potted flowers at 900 Barring Avenue, in North Scranton. From mid-July to Thanksgiving Eve, the market is open from noon to 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
The South Side Farmers Market , operated by United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania, is open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., year-round, at 509 Cedar Avenue in South Scranton. In addition to offering fresh produce, eggs, meat, jams and jellies (and more!) the market features cooking classes and seasonal programming for all to enjoy. 

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