Arts on the Square July 29th - Noon until 8pm

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For Immediate Release

Wayne Bank Brings Interactive Art to ScrantonMade’s Arts on the Square

Scranton, PA – On July 29th, Wayne Bank will participate in the 5th Annual Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton with an exciting, interactive booth that will give attendees the opportunity to create their own works of art.

Arts on the Square will take place from Noon until 8pm with over 100 vendors, a stage of talented local musicians, performing artists, children’s activities, food, and so much more wrapped around Courthouse Square.

Wayne Bank will have a booth featuring a “Make-Your-Own Art Experience”. Participants will be able to “step into the picture” and create their own unique and personalized works of art. This interactive experience is fun for all ages and will create lasting memories for all who participate.

“Wayne Bank is proud to support the wonderful work of ScrantonMade and participate in Arts on the Square once again this year,” stated Joseph Castrogiovanni, Senior Vice President and Pennsylvania Retail Banking Market Manager for Wayne Bank. “We love this annual event! It’s right outside our door on Courthouse Square, and it brings such positive attention to the amazing local artists, musicians, and businesses in Scranton and the surrounding communities. We’re really excited about our interactive booth and we invite everyone to stop by to say hello and create some unique art.”

For more information, visit and ScrantonMade and Wayne Bank on Facebook.

Wayne Bank is a subsidiary of Norwood Financial Corp., Member FDIC, and is located in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The Bank has 26 Community Offices serving Wayne, Pike, Monroe, and Lackawanna Counties in Pennsylvania, along with Delaware and Sullivan Counties in New York State. The stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol— NWFL.

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