The Kinzua Reunion will be on Sunday, July 7 at DeForest Pavilion, Wildcat Park in Ludlow. Those attending should plan to arrive by noon. The meal will start at 1 p.m. Meat, a beverage, plates, tableware and serving utensils will be provided. Those attending should bring a salad, dessert or casserole to share. Free copies of Randy John’s most recent book on Seneca women will be available.
For more information visit the Kinzua Reunion 2019 Facebook page. For questions call Diane Brant at (814) 688-4425.
Hill & Dale meeting
The next meeting of the Hill & Dale Garden Club will be its Annual Luncheon and Flower Show on Wednesday, June 26, at 11:30 a.m. This will be held at the Sugar Grove Free Methodist Church on Jamestown Street, Sugar Grove.
Bring a dish to pass. Table service, dessert and drinks will be provided by the committee.
Entries for the Flower Show will be accepted from 10 to 11 a.m.
The speaker will be Amber Penley, last year’s Audubon scholarship winner.
The Warren County YMCA is taking part in the Everyone Swims! program from 5 to 6 p.m. June 24-28, July 22-26, and August 12-16 at the C.A.R. Pool in Warren. Everyone Swims! teaches essential water safety skills. It is open to anyone ages 3-11, and adults are encouraged to watch.
For more information, contact Dani Mumford at 726-0110, or email email@example.com.
Chandlers Valley is holding a Community Picnic at the ballfield on Wednesday, June 26, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to come and join us, bring a dish to share and a chair; beverages and paper products will be provided.
JetTV 24 “Weather in the Neighborhood” is joining us and will be chatting with us.
Allegheny Outdoor Club
On June 27 Allegheny Outdoor Club will be having its quarterly planning meeting at First Lutheran Church, Third and East Street, Warren. Enter by the entrance from the parking lot. Everyone is invited. Come with activity ideas for July, August, and September.
Band registration night
Interested students and their parents are invited to a registration night and information session for the upcoming Warren Dragon Marching Band season.
This informal session will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, June 24, at the St. Joseph School library, 600 Pennsylvania Ave. West, Warren.
Band staff, current members and their parents will be on hand to help with the new online registration process — and to answer any questions that parents and prospective members may have.
The band is open to students entering 8ththrough 12thgrade in the Warren attendance area for the 2019-2020 school year. Cyber students are also eligible.
To complete registration, an activity fee of $50 for Warren Area High School or $25 for Beaty must be paid. Financial assistance with activity fees and band costs is available through the Warren Instrumental Boosters organization.
Online registration through the Warren County School District ends on July 8. Visit www.wcsdpa.org; select “For Parents”, then select “Band/Sports Reg.”
For more information, contact Director Aaron Reinard via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate America in Music
The Warren Public Library invites the public to visit a “Celebrate America” exhibit. Throughout the month of July, 50 years of largely twentieth-century
From Yankee Doodle in 1775 to God Bless America in 1942 the music of America has reflected our ideals and national purpose as well as our cultural and historical life. This exhibit will feature over 125 melodies celebrating America.
The highlighted pieces include songs of inspiration, liberation, and opposition to tyranny and are representative of various eras in American history. They express a dedication to liberty with humor, solemnity and sentiment alike and reflect a love of freedom, an appreciation of the action and sacrifice required to preserve it, and visions of how we want our homeland to be.
The cover art employs powerful symbols and creates melodies that linger in our memory and contribute to our shared sense of national identity while spotlighting the impact of music in defining the ethos of America’s social values, goals, psychology, and culture over time.
The exhibit will be available to view throughout the month of July during all hours that the library is open. Call 723-4650 for more information.
The Chautauqua County Weavers Guild will hold its next meeting on Saturday, June 22, at 10 a.m. at the YWCA in Westfield, N.Y. The program will be block-weave structures. Anyone interested in weaving or the guild is welcome to attend. For more information, contact the guild at email@example.com.