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ST. PATRICK FESTIVAL: The Hubbard St. Patrick Church 64th annual festival will be Thursday to Aug. 7 at the church grounds, 225 N. Main St., Hubbard. Admission is free. The festival will include parish-made food, games, rides, a basket raffle and live entertainment nightly. Festival hours are 6 to 11 pm Thursday and Friday, 5 to 11:30 pm Saturday and 1 to 11 pm Aug. 7. The Sunday matinee is 1 to 4 pm with wristband for all rides for $15. The festival grand prize is a Chevrolet Trailblazer or $20,000.

NATIONAL NIGHTS OUT: The Vienna Township Neighborhood Watch will host National Night Out 6 pm Tuesday at the Vienna fire station. Free hot dogs and ice cream will be served. The police and fire departments will be in attendance with displays.

National Night Out is conducted around the country the first Tuesday in August and brings together local, county, state and national safety forces with their communities in a fun, safe environment.

Liberty also is hosting a National Night Out event at 7 pm Tuesday, starting with a parade from Shady Road to the football stadium. Activities will follow at 7:30 pm Police dog demonstrations, drone demonstrations, emergency vehicles on display, a bookmobile, music, refreshments, a car show, bounce houses and fireworks at dark (weather permitting) will take place.

BACK TO SCHOOL: The East Side Church of Christ, Niles Road, SE, Warren, will host a Back to School and grocery giveaway noon to 2 pm Saturday. School supplies and groceries will be given on a first-come, first-served basis while they last. The event will include service vehicles from fire, police and emergency medical service. There will also be games and food.

PANTRY OPEN: Churchill United Methodist Church, 189 Churchill Hubbard Road, Liberty, will host a food pantry distribution 10 am to noon Friday for Liberty residents and Liberty Local School District students and families. For questions, call 330-759-0118,

LESSONS FROM HOLOCAUST: The Youngstown Jewish Federation is offering a free program “What You Do Matters. Lessons from the Holocaust” 5 to 8 pm Monday at the Jewish Community Center, 505 Gypsy Lane, Youngstown. The free program is geared toward legal and law enforcement professionals, but the public is welcome. To register visit www.jewishyoungstown.org.

RECYCLING CENTER: The Howland Recycling Center, 3590 North River Road NE, will reopen Monday. Drop-off bins will be available 7:30 am to 2:30 pm Monday to Friday. The following items will be available at the site; bottles, jugs, jars, cans and cardboard / paper.

BACKPACKS GIVEAWAY: The Warren Family Mission is getting ready for its annual school supply giveaway 1 to 3 pm Friday. Donations of backpacks and school supplies are needed and can be made in person at the mission on Tod Avenue or a monetary donation on the mission’s website. The mission expects to give filled backpacks to about 400 children.

NILES RELAY EVENT: The Niles Relay For Life will host a meet and greet noon to 4 pm Sept, 17 at the Niles First United Methodist Church. The public can come and meet the Niles Relay For Life Committee. If you are interested in volunteering, having a team, or just want to be a part of the relay, stop by the event. There will be a Zumba demo, games, raffle baskets, 50/50 raffle and food. For vendors or others who want to participate, visit the Niles Relay For Life Facebook page or call 330-718-7134.

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