THINGS TO DO
• Stony Point Homemakers accommodate during 10 a.m. Tuesday during St. John’s Lutheran Church, 10 Beil Hill Road, Greenville. Barb Baker is hostess, Grace Auguston is co-hostess. Following a meeting, there will be a tureen lunch. Afternoon activities embody creation applesauce/cinnamon ornaments. Materials will be furnished. Please move an object for a Salvation Army. Info: Carol Weary, 724-475-4236. New members welcome.
• Hickory High School category of 1956 gathers during 9 a.m. Tuesday during a Middlesex Diner. All classmates, spouses, and friends welcome.
• Mercer High School category of 1958 meets during noon Wednesday and a third Wednesday of any month during Hoss’s Steak and Sea House Restaurant by a Grove City Outlet Mall. All classmates and friends welcome. Info: Rita Thompson, 724-662-2483; John Campbell, 724-458-7091 or Rosemarie Michal, 724-662-5438.
• Reynolds High School category of 1961 gathers for lunch during 1 p.m. Tuesday during Perkin’s Restaurant, Greenville.
• Sharon High School category of 1956 meets during noon Wednesday during Eat’n’Park, Hermitage.
• Farrell High School category of 1956 meets for lunch during 12:30 p.m. Thursday during Cannon’s Chophouse, before Montana’s Rib Chop House, Hermitage.
Reservations for a Dec. 9 Christmas celebration are due by Nov. 30. Call Judy during 724-981-2430 for details.
• Hickory High School category of 1947 meets during 11:30 a.m. Tuesday during Perkins Restaurant, Hermitage.
Spouses and friends are welcome.
• Brookfield High School category of 1963 gathers during 1 p.m. Thursday for lunch during Laddies Sky Club.
Classmates, spouses and friends welcome.
• The 30th Annual Gobble Wobble, A Shenango Valley tradition reason on Thanksgiving Day, will advantage a Shenango River Watchers. Race day registration starts during 8 a.m. and a competition starts during 9:30 a.m. during Buhl Park, Hermitage.
Participants are speedy to register in allege to accept reduced rates. Register during gobblewobblerace.com before Nov. 22.
The eventuality will be reason sleet or shine.
• Claudia Co. Salon and Spa, 2210 E. State St., Hermitage, binds a Cut-a-Thon from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Claudia has collected stylists from a Shenango Valley to participate. Proceeds will advantage a Sharpsville Community Food Pantry and all income lifted will go to yield turkeys for a needy families in a internal community.
• Shenango Valley Lodge 810 binds a spaghetti cooking from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday during a lodge, dilemma of Route 62 and Neshannock Road, Hermitage.
Dinner includes spaghetti and meatballs, bread, salad and refreshments with ice cream for dessert.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children younger than age 12.
• Kinsman United Methodist Church curators will reason a duck and biscuit cooking from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday during a church, 8362 Main St., Kinsman. Tickets are $8 for adults; $4 for children and giveaway for children age 3 and younger. Takeouts accessible by job 330-876-5641 or stop it. The church is handicap-accessible.
• Stoneboro Lion’s Club hosts a 69th annual buckwheat, pancake and whole sow sausage repast portion breakfast, lunch and repast on Nov. 18 in a cafeteria of Lakeview High School, Stoneboro. Breakfast will be served fromt 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Then a Lions take a mangle and start portion again from 4 to 6 p.m.
The all-you-can-eat cooking includes juice, coffee, tea, divert and homemade cookies.
Cost is $7.50 for adults in allege or $8 during a doorway and children younger than age 12 are $3.50 in allege and $4 during a door. Tickets accessible with any Lions member.
Also accessible will be packages of freezer-ready whole-hog sausage during a doorway for $3 per 1 bruise package or dual for $6.
• St. John’s Orthodox Church will reason a Chinese auction Nov. 19 during St. John’s Fellowship Hall, 3180 Morefield Road, Hermitage. Doors open during 1 p.m. and drawings start during 3 p.m.
Admission and refreshments are $5. Extra sheets of tickets are $3 any or 4 for $10.
• Whispering Oaks, 260 S. Buhl Farm Drive, Hermitage, binds these events in November:
» Prize bingo, 1:45 p.m. Nov 18.
» Talk on holiday blues from Visiting Nurses Association, 11 a.m. Nov. 22.
» Holiday Shopping Extravaganza, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov 25. Holiday Shopping Extravaganza. Several vendors accessible to squeeze some holiday gifts, Chinese Auction and food available. Proceeds to advantage internal veterans.
» Talk on Alzheimers by Kristin from Southern Care during 11 a.m. Nov 29.
Info: Whispering Oaks, 724-347-3050.
• Mark Lanier presents Southern Gospel Saturday during Lebanon Presbyterian Church, 2090 Mercer-West Middlesex Road, Mercer. Music starts during 7 p.m.
• A dialect use officer from The American Legion will be on palm to answer maestro and state advantages questions from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 16 during a American Legion Post 299, 1395 E. State St., Sharon.
No appointment necessary. Simply take explanation of maestro status.
Info: 800-274-8387, ext. 2037.
• Winter Wonderland Second Annual Craft Vendor Show will be reason during a Grove City YMCA Program Arena from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 19. There will be 40 and crafters/vendors, 50/50 raflfe, concessions and a Chinese auction. Free acknowledgment and all deduction will advantage Grove City YMCA girl programs.
• Mercer High School Chamber Choir presents A Madrigal Dinner during 5 p.m. Nov. 17 and 18.
Royal guest will be treated to a grand processional of a King and Queen, Lords and Ladies, Musicans and Jesters of a Court along with strain and dance of Jacobean England. As we sup by a enlightenment of candelight, we will be royally entertained during a cooking museum and will listen to Christmas Chamber song of a time.
Tickets embody a four-course dish including soup, salad, categorical march and dessert. Along with a night of party supposing by a Mercer Chamber Choir.
Tickets are $20 and are accessible in a high propagandize office. Seating is limited. Info: 724-662-5104, ext. 11.
• The open is invited as Mercer High School Vocal Department students in seventh by 12th grades give their Winter Concert during 1:30 p.m. Dec. 17 in a high propagandize auditorium. The Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah will be performing, and any village member is acquire to come and join a comparison high choir in this Mercer tradition.
The Chamber, Concert, Middle School and Show choirs will perform.