• The girls of Brookfield High School class of 1969 will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Yankee Lake.
• Hubbard Junior Garden Club will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in Hubbard Public Library. The program this month is on genetically modified organisms and their impact on the foods we grow and eat.
Hostesses are Laura Hassay, Donna Leet and Jan Schaller. Members are reminded to start potting transplants for the club’s plant sale on May 17.
• Sawhill Retirees will gather at 10 a.m. April 1 in American Legion Post 299, Sharon. Spouses are also welcome.
• Brookfield ‘Over the Hill’ Seniors will meet and elect officers Friday in Brookfield Fire Hall with Steve Kristan of AT&T as speaker.
• Grove City General Federation of Woman’s Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. April 3 in the Fellowship Hall of East Main Presbyterian Church, with Sue Garton presenting “A Handbell Tapestry.” April Outreach is Angel Bags for AWARE, to be given to victims of domestic violence when they leave a safe house. There will be updates on the upcoming luncheon fashion show, “Let’s Celebrate,” set for noon April 26 in The Legacy. Guests are welcome. Info: 724-748-6166.
• Learn to weave a basket like the pioneer women did with Lynn Croskey from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 7 at the Pig Barn at Munnell Run Farm, 753 Greenville Road, Coolspring Township.
Take scissors, a pencil, and a lunch including beverage. All other materials will be provided to make an Easter basket.
Cost is $20.
Register with Jacqueline by Monday at 724-662-2242. Space is limited.
• Learn square and circle dancing and the Virginia Reel during tutorials by Delbert Coxson at 2 p.m. March 26 in Shenango Valley Senior Community Center, Hermitage. Fee: $1.
• Mercer County Master Gardeners present their annual Spring Into Gardening Seminar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 26 at Leslie N. Firth Learning Center, U.S. Route 19, Coolspring Township.
Topics are: “Introduction to Lilies 101” by Joe Nemmer; “Lasagna Garden” by Yvonne Paranick, Venango County master gardener; and “Night Garden” and “Summer Flowering Shrubs” by Kathy Taylor, Lawrence County master gardener.
Free. Reservations are requested but are not required at: 724-662-3141 or online at http://extension.psu.edu/plants/gardening/events/mercer-spring-into-gardening.
• Hartford-Badger Alumni Association will hold its 127th annual alumni banquet at 5:30 p.m. May 10 in the Brentford House, 737 Myron St., Hubbard. Price will be $20.
Info and reservations: Marjori Motes, president, 330-772-3413; or Helen Burns, secretary, 330-772-3051.
• Raptor Day at Goddard State Park begins at 8 a.m. April 12.
Educators from Oil Creek and Pymatuning state parks will help bird-watchers search the skies for eagles, hawks and ospreys.
Take binoculars and water and dress for the weather.
Registration is limited and required by April 7.
Contact the Pymatuning State Park Office for directions and meeting location at 724-932-3142.
• Goddard State Park will hold the first of an eight-part series, “The Park after Dark,” with “Timberdoodle Flutter,” at 7 p.m. April 11 at Launch 3 Pavilion on Lake Wilhelm Road. Participants will search the habitat for the American Woodcock to observe its magnificent aerobatics and “sky dance” during courtship and will hear about opportunities and assistance to enhance forest and shrub habitat in their backyards to attract a greater diversity of wildlife.
The event will include a tour led by a habitat biologist from the Wildlife Management Institute of the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Bureau of Forestry and Bureau of State Parks, and is hosted by Mercer County Woodland Owner’s Association who will provide drinks and snacks.
Take binoculars, warm clothes and field footwear. This twilight flight is weather-dependent and free. Pre-register: 724-253-4833.