MOUNT CARMEL FESTIVAL: The Girard Mount Carmel Festival will take place Tuesday through Saturday at the Italian Fraternal House, 33 W. Wilson Ave. There will be food, games, bingo and evening entertainment from 8pm to 11pm. On Saturday, the parade will take place. be at 10 a.m. with a march to Santa Rosa Parish for a service at 11 p.m. Zambelli fireworks will be at 11pm on Saturday on the Girard-McDonald viaduct.
During the presentation of the fireworks, East Liberty Street between U.S. Route 422 and Marshall Road on the bridge will be closed from 8:00 pm to midnight. The detour is south on Route 422, west on Interstate 80, northwest on Salt Springs Road and northeast on West Liberty Street. .
NILES FESTIVAL: The Parish of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Robbins Avenue, Niles will host the annual Mount Carmel Festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from 4 to 11 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. h on July 17th. they will be attractions, games, bands, petanque and bingo. Live music will be from 6 to 11 pm on Thursday and July 17 and from 7 to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday.
UPTON HOUSE: The Upton Association will host an open house today from 2 to 4 p.m. at Harriet Taylor Upton House, Mahoning Avenue, Warren.
CALL TO ACTION: A call for community action will be today at 3pm at the Trumbull Community Action Program, 1230 Palmyra Road, Warren. There will be a roundtable discussion with young people and young adults of generations I, X and Z. During the event, the panel will address legislation that has affected black communities, including maps of illegal redistricts, school safety, hidden transport, women’s rights, eminent domain. and environmental. Masks should be worn indoors.
THE CENTER OFFERS SUPPLIES: The Emmanuel Community Care Center, 2 N. State St., Girard, hosts a distribution of school supplies for children whose parents are enrolled at the center. People who need school supplies can contact the center at 330-545-4301 through August 12th. Families will be informed when to pick up items.
HOMETOWN TOUCH: The Trumbull County Fair will have a hometown touch with a barrel art contest for Trumbull County schools. Schools have received a 55-gallon steel drum barrel for decorating and painting. The barrels will be on display throughout the fairgrounds and will have pots at the top so the public can vote for the residents of Shepherd of the Valley Assisted Living. Prizes will be awarded to the first to third place. There is also a Bloom Where You Are Planted 4-H competition where 4-H clubs will fix the barn parterres at the fairgrounds. The barns will be judged and prizes will be awarded. For information, call 330-637-6010.
MOSQUITO SPRAYING: Howland Township will be spraying mosquitoes by Alexander Pest Control at dusk until 5 a.m. Monday and Tuesday. In case of rain, the rain will intensify the following evening. Residents are advised to close windows, keep pets indoors, and not leave food outdoors.
COFFEE WITH BIRDS: Trumbull County MetroParks will offer Coffee with the Birds Saturday at 10 a.m. at Foster Metropark. People can listen to birds and learn the basics of bird watching. The program will be led by volunteer naturalists. Bring coffee and a chair.
GAME NIGHT: The Unity Spiritual Center, 1226 Naylor Lloyd Road, Liberty, hosts a game night at 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month. Anyone from the community is welcome. There will be board games, card fights, puzzles and retro video games to play. If you have any questions, please call the center at 330-539-0122.
ORWELL CONCERT: St. Mary of Orwell’s Church will celebrate its centenary with the Orwell Village Summer Concert Series on Wednesday at Orwell’s Chaffee Park. The concert with the Martin brothers will begin around 6:30 p.m. The American Legion Post 749 and Boy Scout Troop 72 will publish the colors and accompany the Rev. David Bridling and state and local dignitaries to the pavilion and present Santa Maria with proclamations. St. Mary Centennial is the leading organization and will manage the concession stand with all proceeds to cover the cost of the centenary. DJ Bill Cook will offer pre-concert music starting at 5 p.m. In case of bad weather, the concert and presentations will be held inside the St. Mary Parish Hall, 103 N. Maple Ave.