WELLSVILLE - The First Christian Church, Wellsville is hosting a spaghetti dinner from 4-7 p.m. Friday, to benefit Riverside Preschool. The cost is $6 a plate. This includes salad, beverage, spaghetti, bread, and a dessert. Carry outs are available. Tickets are available at the preschool or at the door.
YELLOW CREEK - Curt and Virginia Glenn are hosting a Follow the Yellow Creek Road Drive-It-Yourself Tour from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, starting at Marshall's Restaurant in Bergholz.
Departing at 8 a.m. from Marshall's Restaurant, using R.W. "Doc" Schillings Tales and Stories of Yellow Creek as a guide, the tour will travel to several historical spots in the Yellow Creek area. Travel with a guide or pickup a map. Some spots have hosted tour guides. For information, or to make reservations for lunch and the tour, call Virginia, 740-768-2365. Limited van seating for those who wish to not drive.
Lunch will be from noon to 1 p.m. For those who wish to eat at JC Wine Cellars, the cost is $15. All others can eat at Marshall's Restaurant.
At noon Oct, 7, is the Mooretown Commemoration for the Civil War Battle of Perryville, Ky., in which the boy, Thomas George, was killed. Departing at 1 p.m. and going to Georges Lake (Happy Lake Resort) for an afternoon of fun, food and education.
WELLSVILLE - Brush Creek Grange is having a Round and Square Dance 7 p.m. Saturday. The cost is $10.
The special guest is Jeff Brown, formerly from Pure Gold Band. For information call 330-532-3744.
EAST LIVERPOOL - Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Pioneer Craft Days will take place 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday at Beaver Creek State Park.
The event, hosted by Friends of Beaver Creek State Park, as well as parking, is free, with a shuttle service to and from the area. For information, call Alice Whitehall, 724-573-9109
More than just a craft show, visitors may step back in time throughout the 1790-1820 open log cabin village, watch grain being ground in grist mill, fish in pond or river, watch artisans in blacksmith shop making items you can't resist, and participate in hands-on exhibits for the all ages.
Visitors also may listen to period music with Salem's Dulcimore Traditional Folk Music, Appalachian Folk and Civil War period music with George Hvidzak on hammered dulcimer and accordion and Kimberly on up right bass.
Earl and Lenore Dingus with Echoes of the Four Winds Native American flute music will also be telling legends and selling crafts.
Visitors may experience quilting techniques, see one of a kind dolls with homemade clothing and furniture.
Columbiana County forester Doug Hively's maple syrup, top award winner in amber grade, will be on sale.
Some may choose to experience what class was like in an Abe Lincoln period log cabin school.
In the Trading Post, enjoy the talk around a pot belly stove, surrounded by historic toys, books, shirts, quill pens, buckeye necklaces, many household forged items from blacksmith shop, period artifacts, snacks, old time candy jars, ice cream, water, grain and much more.
EAST LIVERPOOL - ELHS classes of 1949 and 1950 will meet for lunch noon at Adrian's restaurant Monday. All members are urged to come.
WELLSVILLE - The Wellsville Sons of Italy will have their monthly Fish Dinner from 4-7 p.m. Friday.
EAST LIVERPOOL - ELHS Class of 1951 will meet 4 p.m. Monday at Tom's Restaurant, Chester.