HUNGER GAMES SURVIVAL CHALLENGE: The Cortland Library Branch will hold a Hunger Games Survival Challenge 2 p.m. Thursday for grades seven to 12. Rain date is Friday. Call 330-638-6335 for more information.
GROCERIES TO BE DISTRIBUTED: Deliverance Temple Church, 1849 West Ave. N.W., Warren, in conjunction with Youngstown Community Food Center, will distribute groceries 2 p.m. today. Those needing food are asked to bring state-issued photo identification and a utility bill.
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION CALENDARS: The Newton Township Cemetery Association calendar for 2015, featuring photos of tornado damage that destroyed property 30 years ago in Newton Falls, is available by calling 330-872-0236 or 330-872-5452.
The association will be at the Pricetown Methodist Church Festival on July 26. There are a few 2014 and 2013 calendars still available. Membership to the association will be available for the remainder of 2014.
The next meeting for the cemetery association will be 6 p.m. Thursday at the township administration building.
LETTUCE WORKSHOP SERIES: A free wellness class, "Lettuce" Live Healthy workshop series, will be held 5:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Yoga Room, 815 Youngstown Warren Road.
The Ohio State Extension Trumbull County, 520 W. Main St., Cortland, is offering a canning and freezing workshop, ''Learn How to Preserve your Summer Harvest Safely,'' from 2 to 4 p.m. July 31. The workshop focuses on the basics of home canning and preservation and is appropriate for people with all levels of experiences.
Register at trumbull.osu.edu, or call 330-638-6783.
CONCERT SET AT LAKE: A free outdoor concert featuring Amada Jones and the Family Band will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Mosquito Lake Marina, 1439 state Route 305, Bazetta.
THIS IS FOR THE BIRDS: The Johnston Senior Center, 5922 Warren Road, will host a backyard birding seminar with Amy Reeher the watershed coordinator from the Trumbull SWCD at 1 p.m. today. The informational program highlights the visitors to your feeder or backyard habitat. This program is free and open to the public. Call 330-924-0412.