The stroller, March 2, 2021: occasions within the Alle-Kiski valley

Publicize your nonprofit group’s conferences, occasions and fundraisers in The Stroller. Ship the knowledge at the least per week prematurely to [email protected] Please embody a daytime telephone quantity.


Donations accepted for the Leechburg boat ramp mission

The Borough of Leechburg is accepting donations for use for the development of a primitive boat launch in Leechburg Riverside Park.

A grant of $ 3,000 has been secured and if $ 1,000 is raised extra funds of $ 5,000 can be acquired from Armstrong County. The whole value of the mission is $ 9,000.

To contribute to this mission, ship a test payable to “Leechburg Gazebo Boat Ramp” on the borough workplace at 260 Market St., Leechburg PA 15656.


Free distribution of the Salvation Military lunch scheduled for Thursday

The Salvation Military and Allegheny Valley Neighborhood Heart in Brackenridge supply free on-the-go lunches from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays within the centre’s car parking zone, 917 Brackenridge Ave.


Calendar

Allegheny Valley

Wednesday: The All Digital chapter of the Ladies’s Enterprise Community will meet at 7:30 p.m. on-line at Zoom.us. Individuals can learn the way the group helps the success and progress of ladies in enterprise. Prospects are welcome for free of charge. Reservation required. Reservations and connection info: Jennifer, 412-908-1663

Apollo

Thursday: Apollo Memorial Library will sponsor a brand new Teen Come As You Are E-book Membership at 6 p.m. on the primary Thursday of every month on-line at Zoom.us. Teenagers are inspired to come back with their newest or favourite reads, chat with others, and uncover new books. Particulars: 724-478-4214

March 13: Requests for area are accepted by St. James Parish for a vendor truthful scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Parish Heart, 109 Owens View Ave. All sellers are welcome. Value: $ 15 per desk; with electrical energy; $ 20. Masks and social distancing required. Reservations and particulars: Linda, 724-882-8776

Arnold

Friday: St. Vladimir’s Church, 1610 Kenneth Ave., takes orders for its pierogi sale. Varieties: potato and sauerkraut. Orders: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Decide up: 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays on the church social corridor. Masks required at pickup. Value: $ 10 per dozen. Orders: 724-339-9257

Brackenridge

Thursday: The bingo can be hosted by the American Legion at 7:15 p.m. on the station, 845 First Ave. Masks have to be worn. The seating association will mirror social distance. The kitchen can be closed.

Freeport Area Faculty District

Thursday: Freeport Space Faculty Board, Agenda Assembly, 7:30 p.m., Excessive Faculty Audition, 621 South Pike Street / Hwy 356, Buffalo Township. Particulars: 724-295-5141

Gilpin

Wednesday: The Gilpin Zoning listening to board will maintain a public listening to at 6 p.m. on-line. Entry to info: 724-543-1120

Thursday: The Gilpin Volunteer Fireplace Division will host a bingo at 7:15 p.m. on the Fireplace Corridor, 113 Firehall Street.

Harrison

Wednesday: The Harrison Zoning Listening to Panel will maintain a public listening to at 7 p.m. within the Township Constructing, Park Avenue and Springhill Street. Particulars: 724-226-1393

Wednesday: The Allegheny Valley Affiliation of Church buildings Meals Financial institution can be open to anybody in want from 1:30 p.m. to five p.m. at 1913 Freeport Street, Natrona Heights. Park within the central automobile park and the meals can be positioned in your automobile. Those that haven’t but registered ought to come from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Leechburg

Wednesday: The Leechburg Space Museum and Historic Society Free Family tree Group will meet from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the museum, 118 First St. Please notice the time change. Primary laptop abilities and face masks required. Ancestry.com and Newspaper.com can be found. Disinfection stations can be out there. Particulars: Judy, 724-681-9154

Thursdays: A New Path Al-Anon Household Group, a free and confidential program for anybody whose life has been affected by another person’s consuming, will meet at 7 p.m. in First United Methodist Church, 251 Fundamental St. Face masks and social distancing required.

March 14: A vendor bingo can be held at 1 p.m. within the Elks Ballroom, 128 Market Road. The doorways will open at midday. Ten video games can be awarded the provider prizes and the 11e the sport can be vital jackpot of $ 250. The kitchen can be open. Should be at the least 18 years outdated to take part. Value: $ 20. Tickets: Ruth, 724-422-4913 or the lodge, 724-842-8071

April 1: Tickets are on sale for a No Foolin ‘Lottery Scratch Ticket raffle to learn the Leechburg Space Neighborhood Affiliation and Leechburg Public Library. The winner receives a roll of $ 20 and a roll of $ 10 scratch tickets. Value: $ 5, contains two numbers. The profitable quantity would be the variety of selection 3 from April 1 at 7 p.m. Tickets: cease on the library, 139 Market St.

April 17: Leechburg Volunteer Fireplace Firm is accepting requests from distributors for an outside rally on the river scheduled from midday to six pm on the Fireplace Division, 268 Canal St. Distributors are liable for their very own indicators, tables, chairs and tent. No electrical energy out there. No storage sale tents. Value: $ 25 for an space of ​​25 x 25 ft. Particulars: Melissa, 724-332-9090 or Kari, 724-309-6143

Decrease Burrell

Friday: Trinity United Christian Church, 3400 Garvers Ferry Street, is accepting orders for a weekly Lenten Soup take-out sale. This week’s varieties are Portobello Mushroom Cream and French Onion. The soup can be packaged to remove and can have to be reheated at residence. Value: $ 7 1 / 4. Decide up: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday on the entrance to the church. Advance orders required by Wednesday. Money and checks payable to the church accepted. Orders: 724-230-0866, or textual content 724-994-9665

New Kensington

March 27: Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley is in search of Reward Baskets and Reward Playing cards for a digital Spring Basket raffle. Deadline: Saturday. Particulars: Val, [email protected]

Might 29: TryLife Heart is accepting functions from artisans and distributors for a ten a.m. to three p.m. truthful on the High quality Inn, 300 Tarentum Bridge Street. Particulars: [email protected] or 724-339-9399, ext. 105

March, thirty first: Quilt raffle will profit Frankie’s Pals Cat Rescue in New Kensington and Black Cat Cat Rescue in Pittsburgh. The quilt measures 37 x 37 inches and features a hanging rod. The drawing will happen on March 31. For a photograph, go to Frankie’s Pals on Fb. Value: $ 5. Tickets: e mail [email protected]

Parks

April 10: The Pawz for Remedy charity is accepting reservations for tables and meals vehicles and present basket donations for a craft and vendor present scheduled from 10 a.m. to five p.m. on the Volunteer Fireplace Division. parks, 1119 Dalmation Drive. Value: tables, $ 25 or two for $ 35; meals vehicles, $ 50. Reservations and particulars: Joni, 724-681-5935

Plum

March 19: A Seniors for Secure Driving class can be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Plum Senior Heart, 499 Heart New Texas Street. The PennDOT permitted class and for drivers 55 years of age or older. Secure drivers can get a 5% low cost on auto insurance coverage for 3 years. Particulars and registration: 724-283-8845 or seniorsforsafedriving.com

Taranto

Right now: Alcoholics Nameless will meet from 7:00 p.m. to eight:00 p.m. on the Central Presbyterian Church, 305 Allegheny Road, with a chance for silent prayer at 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday: Tarentum Elks will host the bingo at 7 p.m. on the lodge, 219 E. Sixth Ave. The kitchen can be open from 5:30 p.m. to eight p.m.

Wednesdays: BridgePoint Church, 400 E. Ninth Ave., hosts a parent-led studying module from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. within the church corridor on the decrease stage. Excessive-speed web entry, meals and entry to the church’s kids’s library can be offered freed from cost. Use the doorway from rue Corbet. Reservation required. Reservations: 724-671-7580

Higher burrell

Wednesday: Higher Burrell supervisors will meet at 7:00 p.m. on the workplace, 3735 Seventh St. Particulars: 724-335-3517

The seventeenth of March: The Higher Burrell and Portvue Volunteer Fireplace Departments are promoting tickets for a $ 15,000 Irish Fortunate Draw. Value: $ 20 per ticket, contains eight points. The profitable quantity can be drawn from Choice Quantity 4 on March 17, Pennsylvania at 7:00 p.m. Particulars and tickets: textual content 412-926-4678

Vandergrift

March 13: Vandergrift Veterans of Overseas Wars can be holding a bingo at 7 p.m. on the station, 141-143 Sumner Ave. Doorways will open at 5:30 pm Advance tickets required and area can be restricted. Value: $ 40 and $ 25, paid prematurely. Early birds, extra playing cards and specials can be bought. Masks required. Tickets: midday to 4 p.m. immediately, Friday March 3 and March 5 on the bar, or name 724-396-1727

Township of Washington

March 28: House requests are accepted for an auto components trade assembly scheduled from 7 am to 4 pm at Washington Township Volunteer Fireplace Co., Route 66. Value: 12 x 24 foot area, $ 25; 12 x 48 foot area, $ 45; 32-foot inside area, $ 55. Supplier setup will start at 11 p.m. on March 27. First come, first served. Gadgets will embody components and equipment for something automotive, basic, excessive efficiency, vehicles, automobiles, bikes or boats. Meals and drinks can be bought inside. Reservations and particulars: 724-727-3079, depart a message


Cancellation

Jap Deer

Thursday: The East Deer Supervisors Agenda assembly is canceled. Supervisors will host a mixed assembly on March 11 on-line. Particulars: eastdeertownship.org


Inform us about your Easter occasions

The Valley Information Dispatch will publish a listing of Easter egg hunts and group actions.

To have an occasion listed on-line and within the print version, ship the knowledge as quickly as potential to The Stroller, Valley Information Dispatch, 210 Fourth Ave., Tarentum PA 15084 or e mail Carol Pinto-Smith; e mail [email protected]; or by fax 724-226-4677.

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