Photo submitted to Times Observer The Warren County Conservation District at Western Pennsylvania Conservancy are teaming up to present a stream dynamics tour in the Youngsville and Pittsfield area. “If you have streamside property and are interested in learning about ways to protect your property from erosion, go to the Youngsville Borough Building, 40 Railroad St., at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5,” WCCD Watershed Specialist Jean Gomory said. Following introductions and a brief informational presentation, participants will be bused to four project sites completed between 2014 and 2019, to see the progress and impacts of those projects over time. There is no cost. Participants are asked to register by Friday, Aug. 30, by calling 726-1441.

Farmers’ Market change of venue

With the Midtown Lot unavailable on Saturday, the market will be held from 8 a.m. to noon at Gen. Joseph Warren Park, bounded by Poplar Street, and Third and Pennsylvania avenues.

Beaty Meet and Eat Night!

Come meet your 2019-2020 teachers from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, August 27 on the front lawn of the school. Students will be able to tour the school and locate their lockers. Information concerning extracurricular events will also be available. Teachers and staff will provide general information outside. Food will be provided to students, a $1.00 donation is suggested for adults.

ACA calendar winners

Allegheny Center for the Arts (ACA) would like to offer congratulations to the winner of the July page for the calendar WCCBI/ACA to Carl Leichtenberger for “Early Morning Sun on the Brokenstraw.” Second and third places also went to Carl for “Great Blue Heron,” and “Eagle in a Sycamore.”

ACA also congratulates the winners of the June and August pages “Warren County Wonders 2020.” First place for the June page in the “Warren County Wonders” goes to Rowan Ferrick for “Leaf 8×10.” Second place for June goes to Rowan Ferrick for “Bird 8×10.” Third place for June goes to Chris Goff for “Summer Setting.” First place for the August page in the Warren County Wonders goes to Carl Leichtenberger for “Eagle on a Sycamore.” Second place for August goes to Chris Goff for “Incandescent.” Third place for August goes Chris Goff for “Ready to Connect.”

This beings this year’s contest to an end. The judges will now score the top three places for each month to decide on the cover. Check our website for these and other great Warren County photos. There is a slide show on our contest page of all this year’s monthly winners. www.alleghenycenterforthearts.com

Watch our website for class fall offering updates. Send questions to alleghenycenterforthearts@gmail.com

Mark your calendars for Sept. 21st. Allegheny Center for the Arts will be presenting the Allegheny RiverfesT. This year due to possible construction on the Crescent Park Trail the fesT was scheduled to be at Betts Park. Check the website for more information and vendor forms.