Briefs: Seneca Valley student films to be shown
The Seneca Valley School District is having video production documentary film screenings at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in the senior high school auditorium.
The event is free. The documentary film screenings are the culminating activity for the senior high school video production course. Fourteen student-produced films will be screened.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Nail salon event benefits girls sports teams
Completely Polished Nail Salon, 20325 Route 19, is having a fundraiser benefiting the Seneca Valley Girls' Athletic Programs on Saturday. Get a manicure and 10 percent of the sale will be donated to the girls' athletic programs.
Call Jen McClain at 724-264-5818 for more information.
Plans for park exercise equipment to be revealed
Cranberry on Jan. 29 will detail plans by the Cranberry Township Community Chest to build four outdoor exercise equipment pads in Graham and North Boundary parks this spring.
The equipment would be similar to machines used in fitness clubs and clustered into stations, each with approximately 15 pieces. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers and will focus on the experience of other communities in using the supplier's equipment and on fundraising for the $200,000 project.
Strand Theater putting together musical revue
The Strand Theater is putting together a musical revue celebrating songs from Broadway musicals inspired by the Bible.
The theater is seeking 16 outgoing, talented children ages 8-12 to create the chorus of this new show.
Auditions will be held by appointment from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at The Strand Theater, 119 N. Main Street, Zelienople. Auditions can be scheduled by calling 818-399-6468 or emailing email@example.com.
Children are asked to prepare one brief song that shows off their personality and enthusiasm to perform. They should also bring sheet music as live piano will accompany all auditions. Training and experience are not necessary.
Rehearsals begin in late February twice a week. The show will run at 8 p.m. April 4 and 5.
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