Allegheny Center for the Arts (ACA) has announced that after Aug. 20 people may send in calendar photos of Warren County for the contest for September, October, November and December (make sure the month is indicated). Deadline will be Sept. 20 for all four months to give coordinators enough time to get the calendar printed. This is a joint effort between ACA and Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI). Rules are posted at www.alleghenycenterforthearts.com. Digital photos can be sent to email@example.com. Photos must be landscape, and the date and time on the camera needs to be turned off.
Music in the Park
This week's Music in the Park will feature the soft rock of "Temple Grey" at Soldiers & Sailors Park, Pennsylvania Ave. W. at Hickory St., Warren, Friday, Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. The series is sponsored by Northwest Savings Bank. For a complete schedule, visit www.facebook.com/musicintheparkwarrenpa.
The Slovenian Polka Boosters will dance from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25, at the St. Marys Moose Club. Larry Lewicki of Olean, N.Y., will provide music for all types of dancing. The public is invited. For information call John or Pat Moore at 837-9218.
Circle Eight to dance Saturday
The Circle Eight Square Dance Club will dance from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, in the auditorium at Warren State Hospital, North Warren. Caller will be Len Dougherty. This will be salad night.
Class to lunch
Warren High School Class of 1958 will have lunch at noon Tuesday, Aug. 27, at Cable Hollow Golf Course. For reservations, call Betty Hill at 723-4530.
PARSE in Erie
Members of the local Barton Schuler Chapter, Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees (PARSE) have been invited to hear lobbyist Lynn Herman at noon Wednesday, Aug. 28, at the Erie PARSE meeting at the Maennerchor Club (16th at State St.). For information, call Pat Slattery at 726-0728.
Win at bridge
Winners in Monday evening duplicate bridge game at the YMCA were Joann Hultquist and Connie Michell, first with 39; Mary Conarro and Lana Creal, second with 37; and Mary Anne Gibson and Bob Greco, third with 36.