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The Stroller, April 8, 2023: Occasions within the Alle-Kiski Valley

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Burrell HS to current ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

The Burrell Excessive Faculty Theatre Firm will current their spring musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and April 15 in the highschool auditorium, 1021 Puckety Church Street, Decrease Burrell.

Price is $12 for the middle part and $10 for facet part seating. For advance tickets, go to our.present/burrell-high-school/81169 or on the door.

Motorbike run helps to fund Camp Cadet

The Pennsylvania State Police will sponsor a bike run Might 21 to profit Armstrong County Camp Cadet. The journey will start and finish at Lenape Vocational-Technical Faculty, Chaplin Avenue, Manor Township. Rain date is June 4.

Registration is from 9 a.m. till the beginning of journey at 11 a.m. Espresso and doughnuts will likely be served. Meals, drinks, raffles and music will likely be after the journey at a cook-out at 1:30 p.m. Registration is $25 for a motorbike and driver; $15 for a passenger and features a T-shirt, meals and drinks. Registration varieties could also be downloaded at Private and enterprise sponsorships are additionally accessible. Sponsorship deadline is Might 14.

To register, ship a verify payable to Armstrong County Camp Cadet to Pa. State Police, Kittanning Barracks, Camp Cadet MC Trip, 130 Parkview Drive Extension, Kittanning PA 16201. For info or to verify cancellation, name 724-543-2011.

Concordia Lutheran Ministries to carry spring luncheon fundraiser

The Concordia Lutheran Ministries Spring Fling luncheon fundraiser will likely be Might 13 at Butler Nation Membership, 310 Nation Membership Street, Penn Township.

Doorways open at 10 a.m. and lunch will likely be served at 11:45. The Freeport Space Excessive Faculty Forte Present Choir will carry out and there will likely be vendor mall procuring, thriller bag gross sales and a basket public sale. Tickets are $45 and embrace a scorching lunch that includes hen Romano.

Proceeds profit the Good Samaritan Endowment Fund subsidizing residents, significantly for his or her private care. For tickets, name 724-352-1571, ext. 8355 or go to the information and occasions tab at Ticket deadline is April 28. No tickets will likely be offered on the door.



Thursday : A spaghetti dinner will likely be from 4 to 7 p.m. at Apollo United Presbyterian Church, 401 First St. Menu: spaghetti with marinara or alfredo sauce, meatballs or candy sausage by Le Café Restaurant. Dine in or takeout. Price: $12; youthful than 5, free. Reservations inspired, however not required. Reservations: 724-478-4807.


April 22: A bingo to profit the Avonmore Senior Middle will start at 1 p.m. on the heart, 458 Railroad Ave. Doorways open at 11 a.m. and free espresso and doughnuts will likely be served earlier than the video games begin. An early fowl jackpot sport will likely be at 12:45 p.m. There will likely be a 50/50, door prize, 14 common video games, 5 specials and a $300 final jackpot sport. Price: $20 earlier than April 21; $25 on the door, money solely. Tickets: 724-697-4014.


April 15: The Cadogan Neighborhood Park Committee will promote barbequed hen dinners from 4 to six p.m. on the township constructing, 333 First Ave. Menu: half hen, baked potato, coleslaw, roll and dessert, $12. Dine in or takeout. Order deadline: Wednesday. Orders: Jeanne Richardson, 724-902-7156; or Dave Spherical, 724-902-7287.


Monday: Springdale Excessive Faculty Alumni Affiliation will meet at 7 p.m. in Cheswick Presbyterian Church, 1401 Pittsburgh St. Plans for the July 1 all-class reunion will likely be mentioned. New members welcome. Particulars: Mike, 724-275-7566.

East Vandergrift

Monday: A rummage sale will likely be from midday to three p.m. at Our Girl Queen of Peace Church, 420 McKinley Ave.


April 15: The New Kensington Digicam Membership and Deal with the Arts Gallery will provide a free workshop, “Nonetheless Life Pictures,” from 1 to 4 p.m. in suite 208 at Pittsburgh Mills Mall. Use Entry 2 by M@C Low cost. Bob Sudy would be the teacher. Deliver your digital camera. Reservations are inspired, however not required. Reservations: touch upon the occasion posting at Focus On The Arts Gallery on Fb.


Sunday: Freeport Occasion Middle, 325 Fourth St., will host a Second Sunday Social from midday to five p.m. for all ages on the heart. There will likely be music, actions, meals and drinks. Deliver your instrument and be part of within the music.

Monday and Wednesday: The Thrift Retailer Clothes Ministry at Freeport United Methodist Church, 211 Fourth St., will likely be open from 6 to eight p.m. Mondays and 11 a.m. to three p.m. Wednesdays. All gadgets are free, however donations will likely be accepted. Gadgets accessible embrace clothes of all sizes, bedding and window gadgets. Donations of clothes, sneakers and boots welcome. Donations should be laundered and free from smoke and pet hair. Handicap accessible. Particulars: 724-295-3095.


Thursday: Neighborhood Library of Allegheny Valley will provide a free workshop to study primary resume constructing abilities at 5:30 p.m. on the library, 1522 Broadview Blvd. Deliver your laptop computer and an inventory of your job historical past, schooling and abilities. Reservations required. Reservations: 724-226-3491 or

Kiski Township

April 15: A Night time on the Races to profit the Apollo-Ridge Baseball and Softball Boosters will likely be at 6 p.m. on the Apollo Spring Church Sportsman’s Membership, Route 56. Doorways open at 5:30 p.m. Price: $20, consists of dinner, water and pop. There will likely be strip tickets, a basket raffle and 50/50. Tickets: Jeff, 724-596-6218, or Erin, 724-454-7325.


Monday: Leechburg Volunteer Fireplace Firm will host bingo at 7 p.m. on the firehall, 268 Canal St. Doorways open at 5 p.m. The kitchen will likely be open.

April 15: First United Methodist Church, 251 Essential St., will host a Vitalant group blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. within the church fellowship corridor. Appointments really helpful. Appointments: 412-209-7000 or go to and use group code G0110175.

Might 20: Leechburg Public Library is accepting desk reservations for a craft present deliberate on the Sokol Membership Corridor, 55 Siberian Ave. Price: $25. Reservation deadline: Might 10. Particulars:

June 10: Leechburg Volunteer Fireplace Firm is accepting reservations for yard sale areas within the firehall parking zone through the group yard sale occasion. Price: $25. Reservations: Melissa, 724-332-9090.

Decrease Burrell

As we speak: The ClothesLine Ministry at Bethesda Lutheran Church, 3084 Leechburg Street, will likely be open from 9 a.m. to midday. Clothes, sneakers and purses will likely be offered for 25 cents every or 5 for $1.

As we speak: Peoples Library, 3052 Wachter Ave., will host a workshop to make a cereal field collage at 11 a.m. with American pop artist Michael Albert. Particulars: 724-339-1021, ext. 12.

Tuesday: Peoples Library, 3052 Wachter Ave., will provide a Toddler Time for youngsters age 1 to three and their caregivers at 1 p.m. on the library. Particulars: 724-339-1021.

Oct. 22: New Kensington Moose is accepting desk reservations for a fall craft and vendor present deliberate for 10 a.m. to three p.m. on the lodge, 499 Reimer St. Areas restricted to 1 consultant from every firm on a primary come, first served foundation. Price: $25 for an 8-foot desk; $20 for a 6-foot desk. Reservation deadline is Sept. 1. Reservations: textual content 724-448-2506 or


April 21: Lenape Tech Grownup Training will provide a primary laptop necessities class from 9 a.m. to midday Fridays April 21 by means of Might 19 on the college, 2215 Chapin Ave. Learn to begin a software program program, set up software program, and use Microsoft Phrase and Excel. Price: $119. Reservation deadline: Wednesday. Particulars: 724-763-5916.

April 25 and 26: Lenape Tech Grownup Training will provide an informational workshop about legislation enforcement from 6 to eight p.m. on the college Nextier Grownup Studying Middle, 2215 Chaplin Ave. Subjects will embrace site visitors enforcement, use of pressure, police administration and citizen complaints. Price: $29. Particulars: 724-763-5915 or lenapetech.internet.

New Kensington

As we speak: Peoples Library, 880 Barnes St., will host a workshop to make a cereal field collage at 1 p.m. with American pop artist Michael Albert. Particulars: 724-339-1021, ext. 12.

Tuesday: Peoples Library, 880 Barnes St., will provide a Toddler Time for youngsters age 1 to three and their caregivers at 11 a.m. on the library. Particulars: 724-339-1021.

Might 13: Vendor functions are being accepted by Knead Neighborhood Café for an outside Might Market on the café, 1011 Barnes St. Distributors who promote do-it-yourself, natural-based or garden-themed merchandise welcome. Rain or shine. Particulars: Kathy, 878-999-8680 or

Might 21: The Valley Excessive Faculty Varsity Volleyball workforce is accepting vendor reservations for its rubber ducky derby deliberate at the highschool, Stevenson Blvd. Particulars: Carrie Prepare dinner, 724-910-1012.


Thursday : Fox Chapel Space Excessive Faculty will host a Vitalant group blood drive from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the highschool giant group instruction room, 611 Area Membership Street. Appointments really helpful, however walk-ins are welcome. Have to be not less than 16 years outdated. Appointments: go to and use group code HS010025 or contact Rachel Machen at 412-209-7000.


As we speak: A drag queen bingo to profit TinyCause Animal Rescue will likely be at 7 p.m. at Oklahoma Faculty Home Corridor, 171 Thorn St. Doorways open at 5 p.m. There will likely be a basket raffle. Price: $35 prematurely; $40 on the door. Tickets: 724-571-7904.


April 22: Volunteers are wanted for the annual Plum Clear-up Day set for 8:30 to 10 a.m. People, households, church teams, scout teams, athletic groups, owners associations, golf equipment and companies welcome. Examine-in will start at 8 a.m. on the municipal complicated, 2000 Previous Mine Street. Gentle refreshments will likely be served and provides distributed. Registration:


Friday and Saturday: South Butler County Library will host an indoor minigolf occasion contained in the library, 240 W. Essential St. A contented hour for ages 21 and older will likely be from 5:30 to eight:30 p.m. Friday. Price: $25, consists of limitless golf, snacks, tender drinks and money bar. Hyperlinks on the The Saturday session for youngsters and adults will likely be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: $5, with a most of $20 per household; youngsters 12 and youthful, free. Tickets: cease in on the library or on the door. Proceeds profit the library. Particulars: 724-352-4810.


As we speak: The Clothes Closet at Central Presbyterian Church, 305 Allegheny St., will likely be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Particulars: 724-224-9220.

Sunday and Tuesday: Alcoholics Nameless will meet from 7 to eight p.m. at Central Presbyterian Church, 305 Allegheny St. A chance for silent prayer will likely be at 6:30 p.m.


As we speak: Bingo will start at 7 p.m. on the Veterans of International Wars, 141-143 Sumner Ave. Doorways open at 5:30 p.m.

Wednesday : A toddler story time will likely be at 11 a.m. at Vandergrift Public Library, 128C Washington Ave. Reservations required. Reservations: 724-568-2212.

April 22: St. Gertrude Parish Males’s Membership is promoting tickets for an evening on the races set for six p.m. within the church corridor, 303 Franklin Ave. Doorways open at 5:30 p.m. Price: $20, consists of meals, drinks and a horse. Tickets: 724-568-2331.

April 26: A portray fundraiser to profit Vandergrift Public Library will start at 6 p.m. on the library, 128C Washington Ave. Have to be not less than 16 years outdated. Price: $30. Particulars: 724-568-2212 or

West Deer

Might 6: East Union Presbyterian Church is accepting desk functions for a spring craft present on the church, 292 East Union Street. Particulars: Mary Lynn, 412-767-5750.


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