• Prince of Peace Center, 502 Darr Ave., plans an Easter egg hunt from 4 to 7 p.m. April 9. There will be Easter activities, food, fun and more for children to age 14. Sign-up by calling 724-346-5777. Children younger than age 5 must be accompanied by an adult.
• Trinity Living Center, 400 Hillcrest Ave., plans an Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m. April 4 in the parking lot. All egg hunters, from toddlers to age 10, will search for prizes and treats. Hundreds of eggs will be hidden on the grounds, each containing candy or a prize coupon. A lucky youngster who finds “The Golden Egg” will win a large Easter basket loaded with holiday goodies. Other prizes will be awarded randomly. Children will have the opportunity to meet the Easter bunny, and the winners of the spring coloring contest will be announced. Coloring contest entries are being accepted, and forms can be obtained by calling Trinity Living Center at 724-458-9501. All children are asked to take a bag or basket to gather eggs. Refreshments will be served for adults and children alike. Details: www.TLCofGroveCity.com.
• Farmers National Bank, West Main Street, will host a community Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m. April 11 at Grove City Memorial Park. The Easter bunny will hop by, and parents are welcome to take photographs.
• The Chapel at Mercer, 300 S. Pitt St., plans a community Easter egg hunt beginning at noon April 11 at Brandy Springs Park. The event is for toddlers to sixth-graders. There will be egg hunts, games, prizes and food. Details: 724-662-2950.
• Mercer Community Church of the Nazarene, Lamor Road, hosts its second annual Easter egg hunt from 10 a.m. to noon April 4. All youth in the area are invited to hunt for the 13,000 eggs that will be hidden. There will be great prizes. Homemade Easter candy will be for sale and food will be available. Info: 724-376-5090 or 724-662-3007.
Things to do from July 22, 2014
A listing of some of the activities available to the public in the area.
For Your Health for July 22, 2014
A listing of some of the heath-related programs available in the area.
Health briefs from July 22, 2014
Nursing program exams set
‘Dining with Diabetes’ series slated
Things to do from July 21, 2014
A roundup of some the events occuring in the area.
Armstrong’s moon walk wasn’t a shot in the dark
As Farrell resident Ted Pedas watched Neil Armstrong on TV make his historic one small step for man, the budding scientist had no idea he would eventually become friends with the famous explorer.
- Things to do from July 18, 2014
Shoe Our Children at $2,849
The Herald’s annual $25,000 appeal for the Shoe Our Children program through its Good News Fund has raised $2,849.
- Things to do from July 17, 2014
Social services group sets 1st recognition event
Isaiah 49, Inc. will have its First Annual Community Recognition Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 26 at The Corinthian in Sharon. Tickets are $35 and must be purchased by Sunday.
4-H Roundup highlights youth
The Mercer County 4-H Roundup will be held July 28 through Aug. 3 at the Mercer 4-H Park, located on Route 19 north of Mercer. New activities and opportunities are planned for the public this year.
First all-class reunion this weekend
Former Sharon High School students, teachers, coaches and administrators are invited to join the first all-class reunion weekend, sponsored by the class of 1989.
- Things to do from July 16, 2014
Things to do from July 15, 2014
A listing of some of the upcoming events in the area.
- Things to do from July 14, 2014
Models in flight
Piped fences, lawn ornaments blowing in the wind and a wide open field add up to the Hubbard Wingsnappers’ runway.
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- Things to do from July 22, 2014