1st: Start of statewide archery season1st: Mission For Mandy (a golf scramble at Cable Hollow Golf Course to help Amanda Cable- Ludwiszewski in her fight against peritoneal cancer.) Tee off will be at 9am and the fee will be $75 per person. There will also be a dinner and auction at the Lander Volunteer Fire Hall in Lander PA at 2pm. Donations of auction items, cash, and volunteers to help with the benefit will be gratefully accepted. 1st: 12th Annual Wildcat Park Fall Festival (along Rt. 6) from 10am-4pm. Admission is free and there will be handmade crafts, concessions, bake sales, and more! If you are a crafter/vendor and interested, call 814-945-63751st: George Jones Memorial Walleye/Bass 20th Annual Team Tournament on the Allegheny River. The weigh in site is the Tidioute Boat Launch and the start time will be 7am. The entry fee is $50 per team, and the lunker fee is $10 per team. You must stop fishing at 4pm and be in the weigh in site by 5pm. You must pre-register. Registration forms are available at the Warren County Visitors Bureau. Call 814-730-3692 for more information. 1st: Youngsville High School Alumni Coming Home Event. Class Reunion classes: 1966, 1971, and 1976. The events start with the Alumni breakfast, 9am, at Richard’s Restaurant.1st: Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad Guided Tour of Petroleum Centre1st-16th: Oil Creek & Titusville Railroad Fall Foliage rides every: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun2nd-31st: PA Wilds Art Invitational at Lynn Hall. For more information, click here2nd: Kidney Transplant Benefit for Ryan Winkels from 1-5pm at the Eagles Club. There will be a live band, 50/50 raffle, Chinese auction, bake sale, and a spaghetti dinner with take out available. For more information contact Candie at: (814)779-8468 or email@example.com: “Sail On Titanic” program, roast beef dinner and silent auction. Titanic historian Gary Loncki of Erie will talk and share interesting anecdotes in a PowerPoint program. The dinner will be similar to the last meal of passengers on the ill-fated ship. First Lutheran Church, 109 W. 3rd St., 4:30PM, tickets $25/person. Ph. 723-6450 for tickets. Limited seating.3rd: Trivia Quiz Game Night at the Warren Public Library starting at 6pm in the slater room.4th: Writers & Poets Open Read Night at Authors Books & Music, 227 Liberty Street in Warren. 6-8p.m.. (This event will be repeated the first Tuesday of every month until October)6th: Pitt Bradford is offering a program that will “debunk common myths” and help you attract, keep, and develop this generation of tomorrow’s leaders. This program will be $149 from 9am-noon. Pre-registration is required. Call 814-362-5078, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org: Warren County Fiber Artists Kinzua Knit-Away, First United Methodist Church. This event will feature classes, vendors and more! For more information from the source, click here. Vendor applications are due May, 31 and class proposals are due June 1. Registration begins August 1st.7th-8th: Haunted House and Trolley Tours from 6-8:30pm at the Warren County Historical Society. For more information please call (814)723-1795, or visit warrenhistory.com7th-9th: Ladies Retreat at Miracle Mountain. This event includes indoor or outdoor activities such as hiking, trail rides, and spa night! For more details or to register, visit www.mmrm.org7th-10th: 11th Annual Johnny Appleseed Festival in Sheffield Memorial Park. Visit johnnyappleseedfest.net for more information.8th: Youtube viral sensation Boogie Woogie Kid (Matthew Ball) will be performing for the Warren Concert Association at 7:30pm. Matthew Ball will be playing piano favorites from the 20s, 30s, and 40s like Swanee River, In the Mood, The Entertainer, Bumble Boogie, Amazing Grace, and many more!8th: Nite-Line Magazine, Yankee Bush Productions, and corporate sponsor Crescent Beer present a Tribute to Hall of Famers AC/DC! The concert will be performed by Hells Bells at the Struthers Library Theatre at 8pm. All seats are $20 each. Tickets are available at the Library Theatre Office and Wing City Grille, or call (814)489-31108th:Warren Adventures Events Series 2016- SuperKwik Half Marathon Challenge10th: Bob Evans will donate 15% of sales to the Warren/ Forest Chapter PA. Assoc. of School Retirees if you present the Bob Evans Community Fundraiser flyer at time of check out from 8am-8pm. 10th: 2016 Cable Hollow Big Cup Golf Scramble. This will be a 2 person scramble played with an 8 inch cup. The price is $120 per team, and there will be cash prizes. There will be men’s and mixed divisions. 9:30am is the shotgun start. Call the pro shop: (814)757-476513th: Warren Garden Club’s biennial “Triple Bloom” at the Warren Holiday Inn. The event will begin at 9am. Tickets are $35 for the full day event. For more information, read the Jamestown Post-Journal15th:Warren Adventure Events Series 2016- Apex Mud Run15th: Garland Volunteer Fire Department is having a Turkey Party Fall Raffle. The drawing will be at 9pm. $5 per ticket or 3 for $1015th: Clarendon Fire Department is having an open house from 10am-3pm15th: St. Joseph Catholic School is hosting their spaghetti dinner from 4-8pm. Dine in and take outs are available. Adults- $8; Children (5-12)- $4; Children under 4 are free. To purchase tickets, call the school or parish offices. All proceeds benefit St. Joseph Catholic School. 15th: Benefit for Tony Graves will begin at 5:30pm at Holy Redeemer Church. If you have purchased Chicken Dinner tickets, you can pick them up there and eat in or take-out. Dancing to the sounds of “Generation” (50’s & 60’s) will be from 6:30-9:30. Admission will be by donation. Hot dogs, chips, beer, soda, and water will be available for free during the dance. Anyone wishing to donate by check should make the check available to “Anthony Graves” 15th: Art Auction Fundraiser from 6:30-9pm at the James Prendergast Library. Bidding begins at 7:30. The art is created and donated by local artists. Tickets are $30 and are available at the James Prendergast Library in Jamestown NY or online at prendergastlibrary.org20th: Conewango Creek Annual Gala. For additional information: 814-726-1441 www.conewangocreek.com20th-22nd: Warren Public Library Book Sale beginning at 10am each day. All items will go on sale for $0.50 to $1.0021st: 9am-4pm Pennsylvania Wilds with be having a Forum featuring lively, inspiring, and thought provoking presentations/discussions about linking our trails, roadways and communities together at the Allegheny Grille, in Foxburg PA.22nd: Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department is having their Auxiliary Fall Craft Show at 9am22nd: 3rd Annual Warren County Costume Ball. This is a tentative date. Visit www.warrencountycostumeball.com for more information. 22nd: Tidioute Tatas Zombie Costume 5k at 10am. Registration begins at 9am at Tidioute Firehall. Early registration is $20 until 10/1/2016 and $25 thereafter. To register and for more information please visit the Tidioute Tatas Facebook page. There will be a cash prize for best costume. 22nd: Pure Prairie League at the Struthers Library Theatre. Starts at 8pm. Tickets are $29, $26, and $23.22nd: Youngsville Eagle Sports Booster is having a 1st annual wine tasting event called “Uncork Your Support”. This event will take place from 2-6pm at the Youngsville Fire Hall. Advanced tickets are $10 per person and tickets at the door are $15 per person. To purchase tickets call (814)688-6978. 22nd-23rd: Pre-tag Christmas Tree Weekend at LGL Tree Farm from 10am-4pm23rd: Warren Adventure Events Series 2016- Sasquatch Run23rd: Cool Catholic Youth Group will be sponsoring the Soup & Pie Luncheon at the Holy Redeemer Chinese Auction at 11:30. If you are willing to make soup or pie, please contact Jennifer at (814)688-3842. The meal is by donation. 25th: Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office Statewide Historic Preservation Plan open house at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum. Participants are welcome to arrive anytime between 3:3 and 7pm. There are one hour discussion sessions scheduled for 4 and 6:3026th: Warren Library Game Night in the Slater Room at 3:30pm27th-29th: Youngsville Wrestling Boosters Haunted House at the Garland Firehall. The 27th (6pm-8pm) is child friendly. 28th-29th (6pm-9pm) is not child friendly. The cost is donation.28th: Hamlet at Struthers Library Theatre at 7pm. Tickets will be $5 and $1028th: Business to Business Food Challenge: Fill a Backpack Program from 9am-2pm at Allegheny Valley Elementary School. All Participating business’ will be featured by the Warren Times Observer and receive a certificate thanking them for their efforts. Contact Amy Trask at 814.563.6401 or email@example.com to participate.28th: 2016 Eldercare Senior Expo. 9am-12:30pm at the TAWC/ ACC Building. There will be over 80 vendors giving services such as health screenings, flu shots, giveaways, volunteer fair, free lunch, and more! For more information call the Allegheny Community Center (814)723-323729th: Evil Halloween Half Marathon and 5K- Half marathon and 5K open to all, costumes encouraged. In Ellicottville, New York. Half marathon will start at 11am and the 5k will start at 11:15am. 29th: Costume Contest at 10pm at Farmington Township’s Ribs n’ Bones Country Bar and Grill 30th: Free presentations for deer hunters start at 1pm in the University Room at the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford. Presentations include: “Success of the Eastern Coyote” by Matt Lovello at 1pm, a showcase of an actual archery hunt at 2pm, and “Big Bucks of Mckean County” by John Dzemyan at 3pm.