HERE’S WHAT KICKIN

Here’s what’s KICKIN’ this weekend…

On Friday, April 13, stop on by Corry Federal Credit Union to participate in Blue and Green Day (Donate Life America Day) and to register to become an organ, tissue and cornea donor! Bring your ID for a chance to win $60 and help save lives through organ donation!! Open 8 am – 6 pm. Be a hero – Save a Life!!

If you plan on participating in the E-Collection event tomorrow, you MUST PRE-REGISTER @ (866)815-0016 or online htt-://www.ecsr.net/

It’s the season opener for the Erie Seawolves against the Altoona Curve!! Take the family out to the ballgame at UPMC Park,110 E 10th St., Erie, 16501. Gates open @ 4 pm with the Annual Opening Day Bash and the first pitch is @ 6:05 pm. Ticket prices will vary.

On Saturday, April 14, do you have old personal electronics or hazardous material to get rid of?? The City of Corry is having a collection event for Erie County Residents at the City of Corry Garage, 650 E Smith St., Corry from 9 am – 1 pm. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED!! CALL (866)815-0016 or register online http://www.ecsr.net/

Come and check out some of our local artists and their Spring Safari. The Corry Area Artists’ Guild is having their 20th Annual Spring Art Show at the Corry Hi-Ed in the Bracken Room, 211 N Center St., Corry from 1-5 pm. There will be a silent auction to benefit the Guild’s Scholarship fund.

On Sunday, April 15, if you didn’t get a chance to see some of our local artists and their Spring Safari, you still have the opportunity. The Corry Area Artists’ Guild is having their 20th Annual Spring Art Show at the Corry Hi-Ed in the Bracken Room, 211 N Center St., Corryfrom 1-5 pm. There will be a silent auction to benefit the Guild’s Scholarship fund.

ROAD WORK ALERT!! CLOSED BOTH LANES UNTIL EST. APRIL 23 RD

N. CENTER ST. UPDATE: Both North and South lanes are completely closed at the construction site by the Kwik Fill. Local traffic will still have access to businesses and residences on either side. Motorist are encouraged to use the following streets rather than Center St.: Worth St., Mead Ave., Wayne St., Sciota St., and Shady Ave. This will help with traffic flow during heavier traffic times. The completion of construction is estimated to be APRIL 23 rd.

Post Author: Ruth Meilleur