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The Stroller, Nov. 8, 2019: Events in the Alle-Kiski Valley

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Turkey Trot to aid Kiski Area Youth Network

The Kiski Valley Turkey Trot 5K Race and 1 Mile Fun Walk to benefit Kiski Area Youth Network will be Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28 at Kunkle Park, 985 Pine Run Church Road, Washington Township.

Serious and casual runners and walkers of all ages are welcome to participate. Race day registration will be at 7:30 a.m. The 5K race will be digitally timed and begins at 9 a.m. The course is an out and back loop on a country road and begins and ends in Kunkle Park.

The 1-mile Fun Walk will not be timed and takes place on an easy open trail within the park. It will begin at 9:05 a.m. Come dressed in your favorite Thanksgiving costume. Prizes will be given for the best costumes.Those registered by Nov. 13 will receive a race t-shirt.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Proceeds benefit Kiski Area Youth Network. For details and registration, visit kvturkeytrot.com.


Springdale clinic to host annual food drive

Frazetta Family Chiropractic’s 26th annual Thanksgiving food drive for Lower Valley Food Bank will be Nov. 11 through 14.

Non-perishable and non-expired food items, paper products and monetary donations for the Food Bank will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 2:30 to 6 p.m. at the office at 846 Pittsburgh St., Springdale.

For questions, call 724-274-9440.


Kerr Museum plans Christmas tours

The Christmas exhibit at Kerr Museum, Oakmont, “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays Nov. 23 through Jan. 4 at the museum, 402 Delaware Ave.

Cost is $8; seniors and students, $7. Group tours are available by appointment. Candlelight evening tours will be offered at 7 p.m. Dec. 6 and 13. Admission is $15.

Advance paid reservations are required. For details, call 412-826-9295 or visit kerrmuseum.com.


2020 Calendar raffle to benefit Animal Protectors

Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley is sponsoring a calendar raffle for 2020.

Tickets are $25 and payout every day with 12 bonus days. For tickets, contact Tammy at [email protected].


Calendar

Harrison

Sunday: The Knights of Columbus will host a pancake and sausage breakfast from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the council home, 28 Garfield St., Natrona. Cost: $6; younger than 6, $3.

Oakmont

Monday: The Cookbook Club at Oakmont Carnegie Library will meet from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the library White Oak Room. Stop in the library, look through this month’s cookbook, select a recipe you would like to make, and prepare and bring it to the meeting. Registration required. Tableware will be provided. New members welcome. Registration: Robin, 412-828-9532

Springdale

Wednesday: Springdale Free Public Library will host an evening story time at 6 p.m. for children of all ages at the library, 331 School St. Children will hear a story from space read by a real astronaut. Parents and caretakers can make a no-sew ornament. Reservations required. Reservation: 724-274-9729

Winfield

Monday: St. Joseph Church Christian Mothers will host a 500 card party and luncheon at noon at the church, 315 Stoney Hollow Road, Cabot. Other board and card games are welcome. If possible, bring enough people to play your game. Cost: $5, includes lunch and card party. Proceeds help women’s and children’s functions. Public welcome.


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