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DIX-JUNE SERVICE: Warren’s First Presbyterian Church, 256 Mahoning Ave. NW, will present a Nineteenth Freedom Day service on Tuesday at 7 p.m. The community worship of remembrance, confession and hope will reflect on the significance of June 19th.

SHOPPING CENTER PROGRAMS FOR KIDS: The Eastwood Shopping Center in Niles offers fun summer activities for kids. Tuesday for Toddlers is at 11 a.m. on the second Tuesday of each month for children ages 2-5. Camp Marshmallow will take place at 11 a.m. every Tuesday from June 28 to July 26 and children will experience the outdoors with activities, guest speakers and interactive programs. The free summer camp will educate children about outdoor safety, camping and wildlife. For more information, visit eastwoodmall.com.

IDORA PARK: The National McKinley Birthplace Memorial in Niles will feature “Remembering Idora Park” 2-4 p.m. Saturday with speakers Jim and Toni Amey. The Ameys are the curators and owners of the Idora Park Experience. The Ameys will share their stories and invite the public to share their memories of the park. An exhibit of items from Idora Park is on display through Saturday. Three books on Idora Parks and tickets for the Idora Park Experience on July 2 and 3 in Canfield will be on sale.

SIDEWALK CHALK DAY: The Girard Free Library will offer a seaside sidewalk chalk program on Tuesday with families invited to decorate the library sidewalks with seascapes. The Oceans of Possibilities Splash kickoff will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday with a mermaid. There will be a treasure chest, jewelry, and pirate gear for photos.

MASTER GARDENER PROGRAM: Trumbull County Master Gardener Wanda Thomas will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Girard Free Library. She will provide information on fertilizer tips and tricks. She will also discuss the best products to use. Registration is required at 330-545-2508.

KOREAN WAR DEDICATION: The Korean War Veterans Association at 1 p.m. June 26 will rededicate the KWVA Memorial and Korean Defense Monument in Austintown, across from the Fire Department on the Mahoning Ave. All Korean War veterans and their families are invited.



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