Annual harvest festival
More than 100 vendor booths, children's activities, demonstrations, food and music will be featured at the 23rd Sewickley Harvest Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday along Broad and Thorn streets.
The booths will feature glass jewelry, artwork, wooden toys, handmade children's clothing, holiday ornaments, Middle Eastern crafts, soy candles, gourd crafts, Steelers and Penguins items and handmade pet items.
The food booths will have gyros, shaved ice, kettle corn and hot sausage.
The Cochran Hose Company will hold an open house, and there will be a child safety program at the municipal building from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children's activities will include McGruff the Crime Dog and inflatable bounce houses. Visitors will be able to meet Tripp, Sewickley's K-9 Narcotics Dog.
The entertainment schedule will open with John Tucci singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" followed by the Quaker Valley Band, Sensitive Sally, SynKronized Irony, Rhubarb, Not Fade Away and The Lost Boys.
Parking is free at all parking meters.
Lane restrictions on Seibert Road
PennDOT is announcing that work to replace pipe on Route 4016 (Seibert Road) is underway in Ross.
Crews will be replacing pipe between Evergreen Road and Babcock Boulevard. Single-lane alternating traffic will occur as needed weekdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Sept.27.
Flag crews will assist traffic moving through the work area. Stop conditions should be expected. The prime contractor is Allison Park Contractors Inc. of Allison Park.
Free rides for seniors
Seniors older than 60 can receive free rides to appointments, shopping and more along the Freeport Road area between Sharpsburg and Blawnox, Monday through Friday during the day. For rides, seniors may call 412-782-2001. People interested in volunteering to drive or dispatch should contact Kerry at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-449-0151. The Free Rides for Seniors Shuttle is a program of North Hills Community Outreach and is sponsored by the St. Margaret Foundation.