Tidioute Trails & Tales
Saturday is World Migratory Bird Day, and the Tidioute Library will be holding Trails & Tails by reading a book about birds, walk along the beautiful Allegheny River on the Riverside Rec-Trek Trail while reading the library’s first Trails & Tales book, “Mama Built a Little Nest” by Jennifer Ward. The trailhead is located on the west end of Main Street at the bottom of Babylon Hill. Children and families can complete this program at their leisure between May 14 and June 1st. The first 30 kids (K-6th grade) to return a participation form to the Tidioute Public Library will receive a STEM gift bag. Forms can be located at the library, on the library website or in the brochure box at the beginning of the trail.
Squishy Circuit Chicks
Children from K-6th grades are invited to attend the Tidioute Library’s Squishy Circuit Chicks program at the library on Saturday, May 21, at 1 p.m. The program will explore the basics of electrical circuits while keeping up a bird theme, by learning fun facts about conductors, insulators and birds.
The Revitalization of Russell & Akeley will hold a music series ROARN’ at Larimer on Saturday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Larimer Park, 2 Race St. Music will be provided by Bay Allen.
Peggy Morgan and Joyce Hill came in first on Monday evening at the YMCA with Lynn Way and Richard Woodruff in second. Bill Massa and Phyllis Broadbent were first and second Tuesday afternoon at the Allegheny Community Center. Thursday afternoon at the Woman’s Club, Marjorie Polito placed first and Rita Mancuso was second.
Spring meeting is Sunday
The spring meeting of the Swedish Union Church and Cemetery Association will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 15. The meeting is open to anyone interested in attending and will be held in the Swedish Church on Swede Road, Tidioute.