Things to Do in Selinsgrove
The Kind Café – Local art, paninis and fresh-roasted organic coffee — it's the coffeehouse of every campus' dreams.
Bella's Pizza – A recent addition to downtown Selinsgrove, Bella’s Pizza stays open late for those night-time study sessions.
BJ's Steak and Ribs...and sandwiches and salads too! The Bongo-Bongo Dip is a must-have and make sure to form a team for trivia night. Even if you don't win, there are prizes for best team name!
Bot’s Tavern— A bar that features specials on drinks, hosts local musicians, and holds themed events, such as “Club Bots” and “Trivia Night.”
Emma's Food for Life – Susquehanna is going “green” and so should you! Start by supporting local farmers and eating Valley-grown produce with one of Emma's delicious sandwiches.
Isabella's – This restaurant and cocktail lounge serves up fine Italian cuisine. The atmosphere is great for a date night or for when family comes to visit.
Selin's Grove Brew Pub – A frequent hang out among upperclassmen students — good brews, good eats and good friends — don't pass up the “Brewery bread”!
Subway – The popular sandwich chain serves up tasty and familiar subs, or, if you prefer, hoagies. It’s open late on weekends for those late night hunger pains.
DJ Ernst Books – The aspiring writer or literature lover's paradise. Find inspiration in one of the many rare or out-of-print books, maybe even discover an autographed edition.
First Friday – If it's the first Friday of the month, you can be sure there is a Selinsgrove event to visit! From Dog Days to Music in the Park, it is quickly becoming a student and community tradition.
Late Night Shoppers Night – Round up some friends and head downtown to do some holiday shopping for the family before heading home for winter break. Don't miss the community tree lighting!
Market Street Festival – A must-see Selinsgrove tradition with over 100 vendors. You too can get in on the act through student organization booths or performances.
Isle of Que/Susquehanna River – When campus becomes too routine, just grab your bicycle, kayak, or even your running sneakers and head to the Isle of Que! Just a short walk from campus, the Isle of Que is a charming hideaway along the Susquehanna River.