Riverside Family Camp Out
Jun
14
to Jun 16

Riverside Family Camp Out

Grab your tents and sleeping bags, we’re going camping!

Cost: $15 Camping Fee (not all activities are free)

Details: This is a tent only event, RV's are not permitted. Tents can be rented through Carried Away Outfitters.

Some Activities Include:

  • Relay for Life of Greenville: Food Truck Dinner Party

  • Shenango River Watchers: Spring Paddlefest

  • Kiser Family: Fishing Contest

  • Harthegig Conservation Club: Archery Shoot and Hatchet Throwing

  • Mercer County Trails Association: Bicycle Safety Rodeo, and Historical Slow Ride

  • Trumbull County Disc Golf Associates: Disc Golf Glow Throw

  • Mercer County Area on Aging: Corn Hole Tournament

  • Live music in the amphitheater

  • Movies in the park sponsored by Family Video

Register online. Space is limited, reservations are required. Email Questions or message us on Facebook @rrfgreenville.

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Rotary Annual Golf Scramble
Jun
14
12:00 PM12:00

Rotary Annual Golf Scramble

Registration from 12 to 12:45 p.m.
Golf Ball Drop 12:45 p.m.
Shotgun start 1:00 p.m.

Four person scramble (women and seniors hit from appropriate tees). Prizes for 1st, 2nd 5th places, skill prizes, raffle prizes, putting contest, silent auction.

$75 per golfer or $300 per team (includes green fees with carts, lunch, beverages, buffet dinner, wine & beer tasting, and prizes)

For non-golfers, tickets are available for dinner and golf ball drop.

Tee sponsors available for $100

Proceeds benefit various Rotary programs including youth leadership and vocational programs, international exchange programs, Greenville Rotary Jack Brown Memorial Scholarship, Greenville service projects, and Rotary International Foundation.

Register and pay online.

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Opioids & Dangerous Drugs Safety Awareness Program
Jun
21
12:30 PM12:30

Opioids & Dangerous Drugs Safety Awareness Program

Sponsored by Rep. Mark Longietti

“Controlling the Opioid Epidemic in our Aging & Disabled Populations”
Presented by Alan L. McGill, Senior Supervisory Special Agent, PA Office of Attorney General

The program is designed to provide the general public with current information on the drug crisis including opioids. The presentation centers on prescription opioid abuse, illicit opioid drugs, methamphetamine, bho / marijuana and designer drugs that are a health hazard and safety risk to our communities.

For more information, contact: Caremella Ansinger, legislative assistant, 724-588-1005.

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17th Annual Pioneer Frolic
Jun
22
to Jun 23

17th Annual Pioneer Frolic

  • M.K. Goddard State Park Marina Area (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Co-sponsored by the Friends of Goddard (FROG) and Goddard State Park.

The community celebration and pioneer workday focuses on the pioneers who settled the Lake Wilhelm watershed area in the 1700s through 1840s. View complete weekend schedule.

Demonstrations include blacksmithing, tanning, spinning, and dutch oven cooking. Entertainment both days, wagon rides, artisans, food vendors and more! Live Cresswell Charity Auction on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Admission and parking are free.
M. K. Goddard State Park is located five minutes from I-79. Take Exit 130 to 358 West and follow the signs to Lake Wilhelm Road, leading directly to the marina. For further directions or more information contact the park at 724-253-4833. Park maps are available on their web page.

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Reaching for Success Workshop
Jun
24
to Jul 31

Reaching for Success Workshop

  • PHN Charitable Foundation (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hosted by PHN Charitable Foundation

Free event for teens ages 15-19

Workshops are July 23-23, 30-31 from 9 am - 3 pm; graduation ceremony Aug. 1 at 11 am

Locations vary for each session.

Sessions include:

  • Team building

  • Job readiness

  • Career planning

  • Recreational activities

Breakfast and lunch provided each day. Transportation to and from the host locations is available, if needed.

Limited seating. Call to register, 724-981-2875 x404 or online

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12th Annual United Way Wing King Cook-Off
Jun
27
5:00 PM17:00

12th Annual United Way Wing King Cook-Off

It's time to crown this year's Wing King at the 12th Annual Wing King Cook-Off. There will be 10 restaurants competing for the title of Wing King. The event has four categories that are selected by a panel of judges chosen from the community. Attendees vote for the People's Choice.

  • Wing King House Sauce

  • Wing King BBQ

  • Wing King Best Combo

  • Wing King Hot

  • Wing King People's Choice

Cost is $20 per person in advance / $25 at the gate

The event benefits the United Way's initiative of "Lifting Families Out of Poverty."

For more information or tickets, 724-981-1884

Tickets available at the chamber office, cash or check only.

 

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Color Me Happy 5k Race, Roll & Stroll
Jun
29
9:30 AM09:30

Color Me Happy 5k Race, Roll & Stroll

Sponsored by St. Paul's

Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and will be timed by The Runner's High.
Following the race is the Color Burst Jam! with a DJ, snacks and refreshments.

Early registration of $15 ends June 12. $20 after June 12. (Register by June 19 to guarantee a Color Me Happy t-shirt.)

Make checks payable to St. Paul Homes and drop off to the Villas receptionist or mail to Attn: Color Me Happy, St. Paul Homes, 339 East Jamestown Road, Greenville, PA 16125. Pre-registrations may be emailed to mdreher@sp1867.org. Please include name, address, phone number, age and shirt size.

For more information, contact Mimi Dreher, 724-588-9613 ext. 1136

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GSO Speakeasy
Jun
29
7:00 PM19:00

GSO Speakeasy

Travel back in time to the Roaring 20s when secret societies gathered to escape prohibition. It’s all in good fun and you don’t want to miss it!

Cost: $50 Tickets: 724-456-1661

Includes live music, costume contest, dance contest, cash bar, heavy hors d’oeuvres, $10 reverse raffle ticket, and more!

Interested in sponsoring the event? Call, 318-771-1283

All funds benefit the Greenville Symphony Orchestra

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Brunch & Learn: Preventing Burnout
Jul
17
11:30 AM11:30

Brunch & Learn: Preventing Burnout

  • PHN Chairtable Foundation Jack Laeng Boardroom (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Presented by Dr. George Garrow, chief medical officer at Primary Health Network

People are under more stress than ever! This is evidenced by an increase in demand for better services that are more efficient, but at the cost of reducing staff and diminishing resources. Burnout is characterized by emotional exhaustion, cynicism and ineffectiveness in the workplace, and by chronic negative responses to stressful workplace conditions. While not considered a mental illness, burnout can be considered a mental health issue. Many professionals bear witness to workplace challenges that range from troublesome to traumatic. As a result, high stress and burnout are major hazards of any profession.

Cost: $40 per person; gourmet lunch provided

Register

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30th Annual Ladies Golf Scramble
Jul
29
8:00 AM08:00

30th Annual Ladies Golf Scramble

Sponsored by the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce

Registration: 8 am
Putting Contest: 8:30 am (cash prize)
Shotgun Start: 9:30 am
Golf Package: $85 per person includes 18-holes of golf w/cart, continental breakfast with mimosas; hot dogs at the turn; beverages on the course; participation gift & personal golf cart valet!
Once golf outing is complete, sit down lunch served at the club house followed by awards and a basket raffle!
Hole-in-One Prizes on par 3’s sponsored by Gilbert’s Risk Solutions
Mulligans, Skins, and Proximity Prizes

RSVP by July 6. Contact Shenango Valley Chamber, 724-981-5880 or info@svchamber.com

 

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Coffee Connections
Aug
16
8:30 AM08:30

Coffee Connections

Connecting Businesses to Create a Better Community

Co-Sponsored by: Primary Health Network

PHN and PHN Foundation invite business members of Mercer County and surrounding areas to attend Coffee Connections to create networking opportunities and educate others on what our area has to offer.

RSVP by Friday, August 9: rdean@primary-health.net, 724-456-3038

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Multi Chamber Mixer
Aug
29
5:30 PM17:30

Multi Chamber Mixer

Thank you Sharon Regional Medical Center for sponsoring Greenville members.

Participating organizations:

Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce

  • Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce

  • Butler County Chamber of Commerce

  • Slippery Rock Business Association

The event is free for chamber members. Please register with your respective chamber. Greenville chamber members can register online.

 

Thank you Sharon Regional Medical Center for generously sponsoring the Greenville Area Chamber for this event.

Thank you Sharon Regional Medical Center for generously sponsoring the Greenville Area Chamber for this event.

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23rd Annual Pedal the Lakes
Aug
31
7:00 AM07:00

23rd Annual Pedal the Lakes

Sponsored by the Mercer County Trails Association

Registration begins at 7 a.m. and closes at 10 a.m.

Choose from four routes of 12, 32, 65 or 100 miles. Stops include Greene Eagle Winery, Resele Marina, Conneaut Cellars and Lago Winery. Cost includes ride, food and support. Support vehicles will patrol the course, but each rider is responsible for his or her bike maintenance. Helmets required. View trail routes.

Registration begins June 1.

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Prospering with a Multi-Generational Workforce
Sep
26
11:00 AM11:00

Prospering with a Multi-Generational Workforce

The Shenango Valley Chamber presents Prospering with a Multi-Generational Workforce featuring Kelley Ashby, of Kelley Ashby Consulting LLC, Youngstown, OH

Join us for a presentation centered around successfully working with and retaining a multi-generational workforce, plus interactive activities, lunch and a panel and special take-away information!

Tickets are $40 - register for free via eventbrite and the Shenango Chamber will invoice you! Sponsorships are available for $125 and include two tickets; mention in the program, social media, e-blasts, signage at the event and from the stage.

RSVP by September 19 or for additional information, 724-981-5880 or info@svchamber.com

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Grapes & Growlers
Sep
28
4:00 PM16:00

Grapes & Growlers

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual wine and beer tasting event, Grapes & Growlers. 

Only 250 tickets will be sold for this premier event. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample some of the area’s finest wines and brews in this unique, casual atmosphere.

Click here to sponsor the event. Call the Chamber, 724-588-7150.

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Riverside Haunting
Oct
25
to Oct 26

Riverside Haunting

Presented by Heritage Days Committee

Admission by donation to benefit 2020 Heritage Days

October 25 ~ 8 pm to 11 pm

October 26 ~ 7 pm to 11 pm

The committee is seeking volunteers and businesses to set up displays. If you are interested, email Jean Carr.

SPECTATORS MAY ONLY ENTER THE PARK IN A VEHICLE. IF ON FOOT YOU WILL NOT BE GRANTED ADMITTANCE. YOU MUST STAY IN YOUR VEHICLE AT ALL TIMES.

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17th Annual Strawberry Festival & Auction
Jun
9
1:00 PM13:00

17th Annual Strawberry Festival & Auction

Event Features:

  • Three levels of Chance Auctions - items include gift certificates, gift baskets, art, golf and travel packages, seasonal items, and much more!

  • 50/50 Raffle

  • Live music & fun for kids

  • Specially prepared strawberry desserts

Proceeds from the auctions and raffles benefit the Good Samaritan Fund at The Ridgewood at Shenango Valley and are used solely for benevolent and unfunded care.

Admission: $1 or one non-expired canned food item per person to benefit the Community Food Warehouse.

Click here for a coupon for a special drawing.

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Healthy Living Series
May
28
6:00 PM18:00

Healthy Living Series

  • Howard Miller Student Center at Thiel College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Getting to the Heart of It All

Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S. Understanding the risk factors and knowing the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, as well as treatment options are all important in the fight against heart disease.

Presented by Debra Yeager, RN, BSN

Registration: 800-974-9634 The program is free, but space is limited. Snacks and refreshments provided.

Series sponsored by Sharon Regional Medical Center & Thiel College

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Healthy Living Series
May
21
6:00 PM18:00

Healthy Living Series

  • Howard Miller Student Center at Thiel College (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Managing Joint Pain

Is knee pain keeping you from enjoying the things you love? Find out about new treatment options for knee pain including the use of the area’s only robotics assisted technology used for total and partial knee surgery.

Presented by Steven Hand, DO, orthopedic surgeon

Registration: 800-974-9634 The program is free, but space is limited. Snacks and refreshments provided.

Series sponsored by Sharon Regional Medical Center & Thiel College

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Coffee Talk
May
17
8:00 AM08:00

Coffee Talk

This is the fourth of our quarterly meet ups.

After all who wants to attend another meeting?

· Create connections with other chamber members.

· Hear what’s going on at the chamber.

· Share what’s happening at your business.

This event is free, but reservations are greatly appreciated.


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Mother's Day Sip 'N Paint
May
10
5:30 PM17:30

Mother's Day Sip 'N Paint

Tickets are $35 per person and include everything you need for your painting, a glass of wine, and light hor d'oeuvres.

All proceeds benefit the Quota International of Hermitage's “Gutchies for Kidz” program. Providing underwear, socks and pajamas for school children.

RSVP: 724-704-0039

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12th Annual WILD Conference
May
2
8:00 AM08:00

12th Annual WILD Conference

  • Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

WILD is a national conference bringing together women for a day of inspiration, motivation, networking and professional development. There will be breakout sessions consisting of leadership and marketing workshops by community and business leaders from throughout the region. Breakfast and lunch will be served with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. 

With a 2019 theme of Inspiration, the conference will feature opening speaker Karla Wludyga, Executive Coach and Senior Management Consultant with PRADCO in Cleveland. Author and entrepreneur Donna Reese will be the closing keynote speaker. Breakout sessions will focus on leadership and marketing topics. 

In a very special presentation inspired by our Legacy award, we will be celebrating the life of longtime Gannon University Small Business Development Center Senior Business Consultant John Snyder. 

Tickets are $75 and are available NOW at our new website, http://www.wildconf.org. Now is a perfect time to gather a group of your friends and fill a table. It’s also a great time to follow us on Facebook here for updates and announcements.

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20th Annual Auction
Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

20th Annual Auction

Giddy up & Join us for a Kentucky Derby themed evening of exciting live auction action.

Benefits the Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Mercer County

Register/Pay online

Price include heavy hors d'oeuvres, signature cocktails, beer and wine. Dressy casual attire.

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Ask an Expert 2019 Series
Apr
25
6:30 PM18:30

Ask an Expert 2019 Series

Brain Health: Alzheimer’s Care & Caregiver Tips

Presentation begins at 6:30 followed by a Q&A session. Topics include:

  • Keeping our brains healthy as we age

  • Diet and lifestyle for preventing chronic diseases including Alzheimer’s

  • UPMC’s “Powerful Tools for Caregivers Program”

Experts:
Jill Curtis, Education & Outreach Coordinator, Alzheimer’s Association, Greater PA Chapter
Jacqueline Flowers, Clinical Dietician, St. Paul’s Senior Living Community
Heather Miller, Community Relations Coordinator, Northwest PA UPMC for Life

Reservations required: jkather@sp1867.org or 724-589-4646

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10th Annual Taste of Mercer County
Apr
25
5:30 PM17:30

10th Annual Taste of Mercer County

Sponsored by the Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce

Featuring up to 30 best restaurants, wineries and breweries in Mercer County.

Advance Tickets: $20 each / 2 for $30 / 8 for $100
At the Door: $25

Tickets available

  • Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce Office

  • The Lakes at Jefferson

  • Shannon’s Kandy Kitchen

  • Citizen’s Bank, Mercer

  • IXL Rehab & Fitness Center

  • Tom Jones State Farm

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St. Paul's Tour of Homes
Apr
24
2:00 AM02:00

St. Paul's Tour of Homes

Learn about independent living in The Colony at St. Paul’s and tour their beautiful neighborhood featuring:

  • Two- and three-bedroom homes and newly renovated one-bedroom apartments.

  • And learn about NEW to come two-bedroom apartments with open floor plans, laundry, patios and car ports!

The tours are free and open to the public. Contact the marketing department for more information, 724-589-4646.

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Easterfest
Apr
20
1:00 PM13:00

Easterfest

Join us for our first EVER Easterfest! There will be crafts, games, cats and dogs, a Photo Booth, prizes, an Easter Egg hunt, and A DISNEY CHARACTER SING OFF!!!

IT'S ALL FREE!!!

P.S. If you preregister for FREE tickets we will give each child you bring an extra 25 tickets at the door they can use to buy prizes with!

Register online

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Community Egg Hunt
Apr
13
11:00 AM11:00

Community Egg Hunt

Registration is from 10 to 10:50 am at Family Video, and then the egg hunt will be in Central Park at 11 am (There will be a crossing guard to get everyone over there).

Heritage Days Committee will also be on hand with a Spring Cheese Sale beginning at 9 am. Cheese sold in 1 to 1:25 pound blocks. Limited number of cheese trays will be available. Check their website, Facebook or call 724-456-3180 for more information.

This is NOT a Family Video event, but a small group of community members who organize the hunt. If you wish to make a donation, contact Sam Iliff at 724-456-9292. They are looking for prize donations or monetary donations, which will go towards buying prizes and candy. 

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Managing the Gift of Time: Achieving Your Full Potential
Apr
10
to May 8

Managing the Gift of Time: Achieving Your Full Potential

  • John "Jack" Laeng Board Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Two part workshop to help you identify and accomplish what is most important to you.

Session 1: April 10

  • Setting purpose-driven goals

  • Prioritizing multiple opportunities

  • Building your personal plan

Session 2: May 8

  • Managing daily time demands

  • Clarifying urgent vs. important activities

  • Overcoming procrastination

Hosted by PHN Charitable Foundation and presented by Eagle Training & Development.
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Cost is $20 per session or $35 for both. RVSP to Kristen Mild, 724-981-2875. All proceeds benefit the “Reaching for Success” youth summer workshop, a free program offered by the foundation.

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Easter Egg Hunt & Bunny Breakfast
Apr
6
9:00 AM09:00

Easter Egg Hunt & Bunny Breakfast

Pancake and sausage breakfast starts at 9 am with egg hunt after. The Easter Bunny will also be on hand for photos, so bring your camera! Egg hunt separated into four age groups.

Breakfast is provided by The Lakes at Jefferson's award winning kitchen team.
Cost: Adults $6; Children 11 and under $; Children under 3 Free

Photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny and the Egg Hunt are included.

Tickets can be purchased at The Lakes at Jefferson, any Nugent Group Facility, or by calling 724-704-0039 x1409. Tickets must be purchased in advance, only a limited quantity will be available the day of.

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