Glad to hear that, I was beginning to think you were insane.
Busines? Pleasure? Both?
Not much to see or do here . If you're going to head down to the brewery you can stop by the Huber Breaker
but that's not exactly a destination. You can only look at it from outside the fence. The intention is to turn it into a museum eventually. It's minutes off of I-81, you can see it from I-81 as you're going up the hill on heading out of the Valley. Roughly speaking you might spend a few minute there. Be like that scene in "Vacation" with the Griswalds when they look at the Grand Canyon for a few seconds.
Another similar destination might be the Nicholson Bridge which is the worlds largest all concrete bridge. That's about 30 minutes north of Scranton. Again not much to do except look at it. They have a small display. The excursion from Steamtown used to go across it but I don't think they do that anymore. Guess it depends on your tastes but I was always impressed with places like that when traveling. Still pissed me and my cousin missed the turn off for the worlds largest hand dug well in Kansas.
There's two major entertainment venues if you're interested in seeing a show . You'd have to check for dates and shows.