Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Heard of Bird Day? Me, either, but it was invented a long, long time ago in Oil City, thus it must be important.

Speaking of birds, you can crush the hopes of some local fourth and fifth grades by voting for someone elses' Oil Region Birding Festival poster design at Franklin's Transit Fine Arts Gallery.

The Venango Vegetarian Society hosts a Vegan BBQ Potluck this Saturday at 2:00 PM at Two Mile Run Park

The Psalters are at Seneca's Brother Bean on Saturday at 7 pm. Brother Bean has also announced that Jerome Wincek will be playing on June 7th for a special midweek show.

The Green Bike movement has come to Slippery Rock.

Twenty-eight students of the Westminster College Mass Communications/Sociology cluster course will present a student documentary showcase, "Addressing Stereotypes, Media, and the Majority and Minority," in the Mueller Theater of the McKelvey Campus Center. The screenings are free and open to the public. Check the schedule for dates and times.

The Pittsburgh City Paper reviews Kristofer Collins' new collection of poetry, King Everything.

The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh on Saturday will celebrate National Cartoonists Day on Saturday.

A new late night TV show from Point Park University is looking for jazz bands. Bands must be available on Wednesday nights at 6:00 in the fall to play for the taping of the show. If interested, email Eric Davidow .

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