Editor's note: All information is current as of Monday morning, March 16. You are encouraged to check via telephone if possible to ensure the events listed below are being held.

March 17

SUPPORT GROUP: NARANON 7 p.m. Community Center in Reinhard Villages, Clarion. Support for families and friends of addicts.

CLARION COMMISSIONERS WORK SESSION: 9 a.m. County Administration Offices, 330 Main St., Clarion.


Alltell Bldg.; Lafayette Street, New Bethlehem.

CLARION CONSERVATION DISTRICT MEETING: 10 a.m.; in the first floor conference room of the Human Services building at 214 S. 7th Ave., Clarion.

CLARION AREA AGENCY ON AGING, INC. BOARD MEETING: noon; office of Clarion Area Agency on Aging located at 16 Venture Lane, Clarion.

March 18

CLARION COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING: 7 p.m., First Floor Conf. Room; County administration offices, 330 Main St., Clarion.

CLARION EAGLES AUXILIARY MEETING: 7 p.m.; Eagles Club; 81 Stone House Road, Clarion.

PAINT TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS: 5:30 p.m. at the Paint Township Building along State Route 66 just north of Marianne.

FARMINGTON TOWNSHIP WORK SESSION: 7 p.m. at the Farmington Township Building along State Route 66 just south of Leeper.

CLARION COUNTY LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING: 2 p.m., Administration Bldg, 330 Main Street, Conference Room; Clarion.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 8 p.m.; First Presbyterian Church, Wood Street in Clarion (open discussion "Beginners Meeting").

March 19

NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 8-9 p.m.; First United Methodist Church located at 600 Wood Street in Clarion. The meeting is called "Thursday nights unloaded" and is open to the public. For more information, call Casey at (814) 227-6256.

SENIORS FOR SAFE DRIVING IMPROVEMENT COURSE: 1-4:30 p.m., Clarion Senior Center, Main St., Clarion. This course helps drivers understand how aging affects driving abilities and providing insight about driving on today's roadways. This course is PennDOT approved and designed for drivers 55 and older. After completing course, auto insurance discounts are available. To register for a class, call (800) 559-4880 or (724) 283-8845. To register online, visit http://www.seniorsforsafedriving.com.

COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING: noon; Brookville Borough Complex Building in Brookville. The general public is welcome to attend the meeting.

KEYSTONE CLASS OF 1961 MEETING: 1 p.m.; Dawndi's on Lucky Hill Golf Course located two miles north of Franklin just off of State Route 417 on Warren Road. All class members and guests are welcome to attend.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MEETING: 7:30 p.m.; Presbyterian Church, Cherry Street in Marienville ("Step Sister" women's Big Book Study").

March 23

ROTARY CLUB OF CLARION LUNCHEON MEETING: 12:10 p.m., Reinhard Villages in the Community Center located at 159 University Blvd., Clarion.

March 24

SUPPORT GROUP: NARANON 7 p.m. Community Center in Reinhard Villages, Clarion. Support for families and friends of addicts.

KNOX TWP. MUNICIPAL SEWER AUTHORITY MEETING: 6 p.m.; Municipal bldg. 27345 State Route 66; Lucinda.

BEEKEEPERS OF A.B.C.I. MEETING: 7 p.m.; at The Wellness and Health Education Pavilion of ACMH Hospital at the intersection of Glade Drive and Nolte Drive in Kittanning. The speaker will be Dianna Kerr, Penn State Extension Master Gardener coordinator for Armstrong and Indiana counties. She will speak about the spotted lantern fly. There will be a panel discussion concerning upcoming issues and practices to apply in the bee yard during spring. Meetings are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.beekeepers-of-abci-pa.com or call or text Marsha at (724) 822-3394 or Ken at (724) 859-1893.

MS SUPPORT GROUP MEETING: will be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic until further notice. Further direction will be provided in regard to April's meeting.


KNOX PUBLIC LIBRARY'S NEW PROGRAM: 6 to 8 p.m., starting in April at Knox Public Library. Knox Knit Nights, a knitting group, will be meeting in the basement meeting room on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. Knitters will want to bring their needle craft projects (not just knitting) and finished projects for show and tell. All skill levels and needle crafts are welcome to attend.