With Saturday's win, the Maplewood Tigers move into the state semi-final against Oswayo Valley at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Warren High School. See more pictures from Saturday's contest in Sports.
Light Up Night parade, tree lighting Saturday in Franklin
Franklin, the business community and residents are joining together to make sure the city is merry and bright on its “most beautiful night” despite a change in the downtown decorations.
“This is quite a unique year as far as decorating goes,” said Ronnie Beith, Franklin events and marketing coordinator. “We have challenged the town to help us light up Liberty in any way they can. We are challenging the businesses, our volunteer ‘Santa Helpers,’ our parade entries, etc. It is a community effort,” she said.
The annual holiday kickoff event, which will take place on Saturday, November 19, includes a parade, fireworks and the lighting of the large tree in front of the Venango County Courthouse. While those events all happen in the evening, the entire downtown and beyond will be filled with activity throughout the day.
Check out the list of all happenings in the Eight & 322 tab.
Free lecture series mixes history and music
Titusville Summer Theater and Rocsato Conservatory of Music will host a series of visits from the History Hobo, Steve Cicero.
Cicero, a retired history teacher from Butler, will give a four-part lecture series on musicals. The first talk will be "Hamilton: The History Behind the Man and the Musical" at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at a conservatory, 701 N. Perry Street, Titusville.
Read more about the series in the News From You section.