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Flat View Wednesday, May 06, 2015
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Friday, May 08, 2015
Don’t Dress For Dinner (7:30 pm)

Beaver High School, Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver.

Presented by Bobcat Players Community Theater.

A romantic dinner gives a new meaning to the term “Catered Affair” as mistaken identities, misinterpreted actions and misguided intentions serve up course after course of hilarity.

$8.  7:30 P.M.

724/774-4980 

Tickets are available at the Hostess Gift Shoppe, Beaver.




Saturday, May 09, 2015
Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale (8:00 am - 1:00 pm)

Irvine Park Gazebo, Third Street, Beaver.

The sale features perennial plants grown by experienced Master Gardeners, as well as hanging baskets, vegetables, annuals, herbs, and garden accessories to grow a beautiful & delicious garden. 

8AM - 1PM.  Free. 

724/774-3003 

www.extension.psu.edu/beaver




Town Yard Sale (10:00 am - 4:00 pm)

Third Street, Business District, Beaver. Sponsored by Beaver Area Chamber of Commerce. 

Several downtown businesses, residents and churches offer items at great sale prices. Be sure to visit all areas of town for the best deals. 

Merchants utilize this event to offer clearance items, so be sure to shop the tables inside and outside.  

10A.M. - 4P.M. 

724-987-4944   www.beaverareachamber.com




South Side Historical Village – Spring Time In The Village (11:00 am - 3:00 pm)

Hookstown Fair Grounds, 1198 State Route 168, Hookstown.

Come visit the working historical village.

Tour the restored 1874 one-room school house, demonstrations in the blacksmith shop, fresh bread baking in the outdoor brick oven, 1890’s life style in the log cabin, a quaint two room doctor’s office, a classic bank barn built in 1858, a general store and a covered bridge with geocache.

Donations appreciated.

Open 11 A.M. - 3 P.M.

Open the second Saturday of each month April - October.

Tours by appointment.

724/899-4165 www.sshva.wordpress.com




Family Board Game (5:30 pm - 7:30 pm)

Beaver County YMCA, New Brighton.

Bringing back board games.

Have fun with the entire family while playing classic board games like Monopoly, Sorry, Trouble, Candy Land, plus many more.

Snacks and drinks will be provided for everyone.

5:30-7:30 P.M.

Free to the Community

www.beavercountyymca.org




Don’t Dress For Dinner (7:30 pm)

Beaver High School, Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver.

Presented by Bobcat Players Community Theater.

A romantic dinner gives a new meaning to the term “Catered Affair” as mistaken identities, misinterpreted actions and misguided intentions serve up course after course of hilarity.

$8.  7:30 P.M.

724/774-4980 

Tickets are available at the Hostess Gift Shoppe, Beaver.




Thursday, May 14, 2015
Don’t Dress For Dinner (7:30 pm)

Beaver High School, Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver.

Presented by Bobcat Players Community Theater.

A romantic dinner gives a new meaning to the term “Catered Affair” as mistaken identities, misinterpreted actions and misguided intentions serve up course after course of hilarity.

$8.  7:30 P.M.

724/774-4980 

Tickets are available at the Hostess Gift Shoppe, Beaver.




Friday, May 15, 2015
50th Annual Ambridge Nationality Days Festival (11:00 am)

Ambridge.

A three-day celebration of our ethnic heritage featuring food, music, entertainment, crafts and Beaver County’s Got Talent.

Friday - Saturday 11 A.M. - 9 P.M.;

Sunday 11 A.M. - 6 P.M. 

724/266-3040  www.ambridgechamberofcommerce.com




Don’t Dress For Dinner (7:30 pm)

Beaver High School, Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver.

Presented by Bobcat Players Community Theater.

A romantic dinner gives a new meaning to the term “Catered Affair” as mistaken identities, misinterpreted actions and misguided intentions serve up course after course of hilarity.

$8.  7:30 P.M.

724/774-4980 

Tickets are available at the Hostess Gift Shoppe, Beaver.




Saturday, May 16, 2015
50th Annual Ambridge Nationality Days Festival (11:00 am)

Ambridge.

A three-day celebration of our ethnic heritage featuring food, music, entertainment, crafts and Beaver County’s Got Talent.

Friday - Saturday 11 A.M. - 9 P.M.;

Sunday 11 A.M. - 6 P.M. 

724/266-3040  www.ambridgechamberofcommerce.com




Spring Garden Workshop And Garden Mart (10:00 am - 2:00 pm)

Old Economy Village, Church Street across from Creese Street, Ambridge. 

Enjoy presentations and lectures on the many amazing aspects of gardening.

The garden will be filled with vendors selling plants, garden tools and ornamentals.

Free garden admission. Call for lecture fee.

10 A.M. - 2 P.M. 

724/266-4500  www.oldeconomyvillage.org




Family Olympics (11:00 am - 1:00 pm)

Beaver County YMCA, New Brighton.

Bring the family ready to compete, all ages welcome.

Get ready for multiple fun and silly events.

Families will compete against each other.

Candy medals and prizes will be given.

11 A.M.-1 P.M. 

Free to the Community

www.beavercountyymca.org




Don’t Dress For Dinner (7:30 pm - 8:30 pm)

Beaver High School, Gypsy Glen Road, Beaver.

Presented by Bobcat Players Community Theater.

A romantic dinner gives a new meaning to the term “Catered Affair” as mistaken identities, misinterpreted actions and misguided intentions serve up course after course of hilarity.

$8.  7:30 P.M.

724/774-4980 

Tickets are available at the Hostess Gift Shoppe, Beaver.




Sunday, May 17, 2015
50th Annual Ambridge Nationality Days Festival (11:00 am)

Ambridge.

A three-day celebration of our ethnic heritage featuring food, music, entertainment, crafts and Beaver County’s Got Talent.

Friday - Saturday 11 A.M. - 9 P.M.;

Sunday 11 A.M. - 6 P.M. 

724/266-3040  www.ambridgechamberofcommerce.com




North Country Trail May Hike (1:00 pm)

McConnells Mills State Park.

Meet at Cheeseman Road parking lot, past Breakneck campgrounds, from Route 19 in Portersville.

Walk along the pines, rocks and Slippery Rock Creek Gorge to covered bridge and mill dam. 

Free. 1 P.M. 

724/827-2350  http://northcountrytrail.org/wam




Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Master Gardeners Gardening Series (6:00 pm - 7:45 pm)

Beaver Area Memorial Library, 100 College Avenue, Beaver. 

Master Gardeners present a series of informational programs of interest to gardeners. 

$5.  Registration 6 P.M. 

6:15 - 7:45 P.M. 724/774-3003

www.extension.psu.edu/beaver




Thursday, May 21, 2015
Penn State Beaver Wine, Ale & Food Pairing (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

Penn State Beaver Bistro, 100 University Drive, Monaca.

Enjoy a variety of international wines and local ales with heavy hors d’oeuvres.

Benefits student scholarships.

Over 21.

$50. 6 - 8 P.M.

724/773-3817




Friday, May 22, 2015
Beaver County Parks Officially Open (8:00 am)

Today marks the official opening of the Beaver County Parks for the summer season.

The list includes Bradys Run Park, Old Economy Park and Brush Creek Park.

724/770-2060  www.beavercountypa.gov




Monday, May 25, 2015
Beaver Falls Memorial Day Parade (10:00 am)

Seventh Avenue, Beaver Falls. 

Parade begins at 19th Street and ends at Memorial Park on Sixth Avenue.

Service following the parade. 

10 A.M.  724/843-9809




New Brighton Memorial Day Parade (10:00 am)

Third Avenue, New Brighton.

Free.

10 A.M.

724/846-1870 

www.nbarc.net




Beaver Memorial Day Parade And Commemoration Ceremony (10:30 am)

Third Street, Beaver. 

Proceed along Third Street to Beaver Cemetery’s Receiving Chapel where a formal Ceremony will take place honoring our Military Veterans.

All Veterans or Active Service are invited to march or ride in the parade. 10:30 A.M.

724/775-7174  www.beaverheritage.org




Hookstown Grange Annual Memorial Day Car Cruise (12:00 pm - 3:00 pm)

Hookstown Fairgrounds, 1198 State Rt. 168, Hookstown. 

Dash plaques for the first 50 vehicles.

Lunch will be served in the Grange Hall Cafeteria. 50/50.

Noon - 3 P.M. 

724/573-9044 www.hookstownfair.com




Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Quilt In A Day Program (10:00 am)

Historic Harmony Museum, 218 Mercer Street, Harmony.

Annual presentation by Patricia Knoechel, based on newest publications and patterns by Ms. Knoechel and her sister.

Quilt in a Day founder and syndicated television quilter Eleanor Burns.

Benefits the museum.

10 A.M. Call 724/452-7341 or visit for fee and registration

www.harmonymuseum.org





Friday, May 29, 2015
16th Annual Darlington Days (5:00 pm)

Downtown Darlington.

A weekend celebration highlighting the town of Darlington. 

Friday night polo game and tailgate party.

Also, features local museums, live entertainment, kiddie amusement area, craft show, antique equipment, tractor pulls, yard sales and fireworks. 

Food and refreshments will be sold.

Saturday parade at 10 A.M.

Sunday car cruise. 

Free. 

Friday 5 P.M.;

Saturday - Sunday all-day event.  724/827-2132




Saturday, May 30, 2015
16th Annual Darlington Days (5:00 pm)

Downtown Darlington.

A weekend celebration highlighting the town of Darlington. 

Friday night polo game and tailgate party.

Also, features local museums, live entertainment, kiddie amusement area, craft show, antique equipment, tractor pulls, yard sales and fireworks. 

Food and refreshments will be sold.

Saturday parade at 10 A.M.

Sunday car cruise. 

Free. 

Friday 5 P.M.;

Saturday - Sunday all-day event.  724/827-2132




Darlington Days Historical Museums “Open House” (9:00 am)

Various sites within walking distance in Darlington.

Beaver County Industrial Museum; McCarl Industrial and Agricultural Museum; Little Beaver Museum, All on Plumb Street.

Greersburg Academy, Market Street.

Saturday 9 A.M. -5  P.M.;

Sunday 10 A.M. - 4 P.M. 

724/843-4361




Living Historian Steven Cole As Abolitionist Frederick Douglass (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)

Greersburg Academy, 140 First Street, Darlington.

Sponsored by Little Beaver Historical Society.

He will take a  3-mile carriage ride to Greersburg Academy, where the Anti-Slavery Resolution was signed in 1836, for a  meet and greet then he will be a part of Darlington Days parade.

His speech will be from the 1847 time period when he would have visited Beaver County and will take place at 1:30 P.M. at the Darlington Reformed Presbyterian Church.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime event you will not want to miss! Donation appreciated.

9 A.M.-5 P.M.

724/843-4361




Henry Mancini Musical Theatre Awards (7:00 pm)

Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center, 1 Lincoln Place, Midland.

A celebration of outstanding student achievement in high school musical theatre that recognizes individual artistry, honors the dedication and professionalism of students, educators and their schools’ commitment to performing arts education.

Call for pricing. 7 P.M. 

724/576-4644  www.lppacenter.org




Movie Under The Stars (8:45 pm)

Chippewa Township Park, Klein Street, Chippewa.

A family oriented movie with popcorn and drinks provided. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.

Movie starts at dusk (approximately 8:45 P.M.)

Free. 724/843-8177 x101 

www.chippewa-twp.org




Sunday, May 31, 2015
16th Annual Darlington Days (5:00 pm)

Downtown Darlington.

A weekend celebration highlighting the town of Darlington. 

Friday night polo game and tailgate party.

Also, features local museums, live entertainment, kiddie amusement area, craft show, antique equipment, tractor pulls, yard sales and fireworks. 

Food and refreshments will be sold.

Saturday parade at 10 A.M.

Sunday car cruise. 

Free. 

Friday 5 P.M.;

Saturday - Sunday all-day event.  724/827-2132




Darlington Days Historical Museums “Open House” (9:00 am)

Various sites within walking distance in Darlington.

Beaver County Industrial Museum; McCarl Industrial and Agricultural Museum; Little Beaver Museum, All on Plumb Street.

Greersburg Academy, Market Street.

Saturday 9 A.M. -5  P.M.;

Sunday 10 A.M. - 4 P.M. 

724/843-4361




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