1st: “Til Death Do Us Part” murder mystery & dinner at the Conewango Club. Cocktails are at 5:30 pm and dinner is at 6pm. Tickets are $30 and may be purchased at the Warren County Historical Society or at www.warrenhistory.org. There will be prizes, auctions and live music.1st: Spring Creek PA Volunteer Fire Department is having a Spring Pulled Pork BBQ from 4:30pm-6:30pm. Cost is $10.00 adults and $6 for kids under 12. There will be smoked pulled pork, coleslaw or potato salad, baked beans, rolls, and dessert. 1st: Warren hi-ed is having an SAT Prep course from 9am-12:15pm. Make checks payable and mail to Warren Forest Higher Education Council,589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren, PA 163652nd: The World Famous Popovich Comedy Pet Theatre at the Struthers Library Theatre at 2pm. Tickets are $22-$18-$15. You can purchase tickets online at strutherslibrarytheatre.com or at the theatre office by charge or phone at 814-723-7231.4th: Open read at Authors Books & Music from 6-8pm.7th-8th: Warren Woman’s Club Usable Discard Sale 9am-3pm and April 8th 9am-1pm at 310 Market Street. 8th: Yankee Bush Productions presents Draw The Line Tribute to Aerosmith at Struthers Library Theatre. Aerosmith hits such as Dream On, Dude Looks Like A Lady, Walk This Way, Sweet Emotion, Love in an Elevator, & more will be played! Single tickets are $20 each. 6 tickets are $99 and 10 tickets are $149. You can purchase tickets at the Library Theatre Box Office or at Virg-Ann Flower Shop.8th: Rusted Nuts Garage sponsoring a swiss steak dinner served with mashed potatoes vegetable, salad, rolls, cupcakes, coffee, soft drinks, and milk from 4pm until gone at the Garland Fire Hall. Cost for adults is $12 and children 9 and under are $6. This dinner is in support of the Warren County Veterans Council Emergancy Fund. For more information, contact Gene or Scott at 814-563-2823.8th: Lander Volunteer Fire Department Spring Ham Raffle . Doors open at 6pm and raffle starts at 7pm. Free admission and refreshments.8th: Warren hi-ed is having an SAT Prep course from 9am-12:15pm. Make checks payable and mail to Warren Forest Higher Education Council,589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren, PA 1636515th: Grand Valley Volunteer Fire Department Turkey Party gun raffle 6pm-10:30pm. Free food and beverages with admission. Doors open at 5:30pm Raffle starts at 6pm. Tickets are being sold now, contact any of the fire department members to buy one in advance. You must be 18 to attend.*Gun ticket- $10 free admission w/ gun ticket purchase*Freezer full of meat- $5 only 250 sold*Wheelbarrow full of cheer- $2 each or 3/$515th: Peter Cottontail Express springtime ride through Oil Creek State Park! There will be a jelly bean counting contest, kids will get to meet Peter Cottontail, and there will be small gifts for children. Tickets are $40 first class for all ages, $22 coach for adults, $20 coach for seniors, and $16 coach for kids. For more info, click here19th: Warren County YMCA Y Expo from 6pm until 9pm. There will be live demonstrations, displays & information, and tours.21st: Leadership Warren County Director, Gary Lester, will discuss the program and it’s purpose at this months “Ehhs and Issues”. Cost for this event is $15 per person and includes a breakfast buffet. RSVP to Carrie Gustafson by calling 814-723-3050 or emailing email@example.com: Blood Screening Program sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Warren. A small sample of blood will be drawn & analyzed for 30 test results. The blood screening will be from 6am to 10am at St. Joseph Education Center. The cost is $35. Prostate screenings are an additional $25 (recommended for males 40 and older. For sign up information, visit www.kiwanisofwarrenpa.org22nd: Warren hi-ed is having an SAT Prep course from 9am-12:15pm. Make checks payable and mail to Warren Forest Higher Education Council,589 Hospital Drive, Suite F, Warren, PA 1636522nd-23rd: Hickory Creek Wilderness Trail Stewardship. This project will involve cleaning up 13 miles of Hickory Creek Wilderness trail. If participating, you will leave from the Hickory Creek Wilderness trailhead on Hearts Content Road Saturday morning, spend Saturday night in the wilderness, and hike out on Sunday. No power tools such as chainsaws are permitted. Only minimal tools such as axes will be used to remove woody debris and vegetation from the trail. There is no charge to join this program, but participants will need to bring all of their own food, water and/or water filtration, camping equipment, and come fully prepared for any weather conditions we may encounter. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. with any questions or if you would like to sign up.