Out & About
EAST LIVERPOOL — Season tickets for East Liverpool boys basketball available 3:30-4:30 p.m. today and Wednesday at the high school ticket office. These are the final two opportunities to buy season tickets. Cost is $50 per ticket packet. More information can be obtained by calling Greg Adkins at 330-383-9599.
CALCUTTA — Celebrate the holiday at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Calcutta YMCA. Kids can visit with Santa before heading into the multi-purpose room for a Christmas craft and hot chocolate.
EAST LIVERPOOL — Camp Fire youth and volunteers are selling buckeye candy for $6 a box. To order, contact a Camp Fire member or call the Camp Fire office at 330-385-0645. Orders will be ready by Dec. 12. Proceeds go to the local Camp Fire program. Camp Fire is a United Way Agency.
EAST LIVERPOOL — East Liverpool Historical Society will host open house tours at the historic Thompson House on Walnut Street, immediately following the parade and Light-Up Night in downtown East Liverpool at 7 p.m. Saturday.
MIDLAND, Pa. — Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center will present for the first time ever “Elf The Musical Jr.” live on stage Dec. 1-4 on the Main Stage Theater. Performances are 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. A special opening night will feature a Santa greeting in the theater atrium beginning at 6 p.m. and a dinner option from the Burgh Bites Food Truck from 5:30-7.
The production will feature direction by Rosh Raines and student direction by Ian Patterson.
Tickets are currently on sale for $15, $18, and $20 and available by calling 724-576-4644 (option 2 for the box office) or online at www.LincolnParkArts.org
GLENMOOR — Glenmoor American Legion has canceled breakfast for the remainder of the year. Thank you for your patronage.
EAST LIVERPOOL — Kent State-East Liverpool’s fall “Speakers Series” concludes this week as Stephen Papalas shares his knowledge about Benjamin Franklin’s impact on American society at noon Thursday in the Quiet Study Lounge in Purinton Hall.
The public is invited to this free lecture.
Franklin is one of Papalas’ favorite historical figures. “He contributed more to America than many of our founding fathers,” Papalas said. “Franklin was the greatest and most famous scientist of his day. As a successful businessman and inventor, he devoted his life to improving the lives of everyone around him. Franklin has been viewed as a giant among men, but some of his actions show that he was only as human as you and me.”
Papalas has been an adjunct history instructor on the East Liverpool Campus for more than 25 years and has presented numerous public lectures on campus, including several about the Holocaust.