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Sunday, February 22, 2015

events by Ligonier Radio

  • FEBRUARY 22: On Sunday, February 22nd  at 2 PM Fort Ligonier will present Elegance and Taste: Dressing for George Washington’s Inaugural Ball. The lecture will be given by Erica Nuckles, Fort Ligonier’s Director of History and Collections. Suggested donation is $5 per person. Reservations are requested and can be made by calling 724-238-9701.
  • FEBRUARY 28: Holy Trinity School is having an indoor yard sale and vendor sale on Saturday, February 28th  from 8AM-  1PM  in the school cafeteria. This is a great way for you to spring clean and make some extra money…table space can be purchased for $25 each…which goes directly into the school fund. If you don’t want a table, stop by and find some treasures. For more information on the yard sale call Maria at 412-303-1712.
  • MARCH 3: The Powdermill Sunday Lecture series continues on March 8th at 1 PM with the program…Into the Sugarbush—Explore the process of making maple syrup, including why the sap flows and why some trees are better than others for syrup production.
  • MARCH 22: The Ligonier Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Soups On on Saturday, March 22nd from 11 AM- 4 PM. Sample over 20 delicious soups from local restaurants and vote for your favorite. Various Ligonier shops will have the best soup from a particular restaurant available to taste. Tickets can be purchased at the Chamber Office for $10 per person and are only sold in advance. No tickets will be sold on the day of the event. There are limited tickets available so get your ticket soon.
  • MARCH 29: The Rotary Club will hold its annual Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, March 29 th in Town Hall. Enjoy a hearty breakfast and fellowship with family, friends and members of the community. Tickets are available at the door. Proceeds benefit the Rotary’s Scholarship Fund.