Allegheny County

• Spring cleaning? Ready to give away some things? Family Hospice and Palliative Care request your donations for items that can be sold in their upcoming Friends of Family Hospice Treasures Sale this fall. If you have any of the following items, please consider donating them: gently-used, good quality furniture, household decor, lamps, mirrors, pictures, jewelry, china, glassware, collectibles (baskets, bowls, figurines, etc.), books and more. Items can be dropped off at Family Hospice, 50 Moffett St., Mt. Lebanon, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, through September. Furniture donations, call (412) 833-7315. All proceeds from the sale benefit the hospice patients and their families.

• The Allegheny County Summer Concert Series will take place June 2 through September 3. Concerts will be held at South Park and Hartwood Acres in addition to a few other locations, and include a variety of musical styles. Most concerts are free and begin at 7:30 p.m.; check online for schedule details. Food trucks and Hop Farm Brewing Company will be at all concerts starting at 6 p.m. Call (412) 350-2528 or visit alleghenycounty.us/special-events/summer-concert-series.aspx.

• The Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival will take place June 2 to 11 Downtown Pittsburgh at various locations. Enjoy live music performances, visual arts, hands-on activities, an artists market and more. This festival features activities and performances that are fun for all ages. For a complete list of performances and exhibitions, visit traf.trustarts.org.

• The 2017 Walk to Cure Arthritis will take place June 3 at South Side Works, S. Water St., (Between Hot Metal Bridge and S. 28th Street). The event features a three-mile and one-mile course. There will be information about arthritis and fun activities for the entire family. Pets are welcome. Visit walktocurearthritis.org/pittsburgh for details.

• The North Hills Historic Auto Club will be sponsoring its 45th annual Antique and Classic Car Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 4 at the Mars Area High School, Rt. 228, Mars. Admission is $1 per person. Children under 12 are free. The event includes a flea market, car corral and refreshments. Call (412) 443-0359 for details.

• St. Richard Church, 3841 Dickey Rd., Gibsonia, will hold an indoor rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 9 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 10. Call (724) 444-1971 or visit saintrichardparish.org for details.

• Library VFW Post #6664, 6544 Church St., South Park, will hold a flea market from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
June 9 and 10. A super sale will begin at 4 p.m. Saturday until close. Admission is free. Call (412) 308-0046.

• The seventh annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival will take place June 9 to 11 at Cooper’s Lake Campground, 205 Currie Rd., Slippery Rock. The annual festival features on-sight and off-site trails, Jeep history exhibit, Jeep Playground, Babes of Bantam Trail Ride, Jeep Team Challenge, Jeeps on the Rock Trail Ride, Mystery Road Rally, Moraine Trail Ride, Historic Travels Tour, Best of Bantam, Ruff’n Tuff, Glacial Interpretive Driving Tour, Jeep Invasion and more. Back by popular demand, the Bantam Night Ops Mission #2017 will offer an opportunity to drive the trails in the dark. Jeep enthusiasts can also enjoy all-you-can-eat wingfest, breakfast buffet, Jeep Sale Corral, Bantam Jeep Muddy 5K Race and a variety of popular vendors. Call (724) 256-4050 or visit bantamjeepfestival.com for details.

• Chabad of the South Hills, 1701 McFarland Rd., Mt. Lebanon, will hold Seniors Lunch Wednesday at noon June 14. The program will be about the holiday of Shavuot, The Gift of the Torah. $5 suggested donation. Wheelchair accessible. RSVP to barb@chabadsh.com or call (412) 278-2658.

• North Hills Community Outreach offers free Let’s Cook workshops in Christ Lutheran Church, 917 Evergreen Rd., Millvale. Classes are held from 10:30 a.m. to noon on third Saturday of each month through November The next classes are June 17 and July 22. Workshops are for those interested in learning tips and techniques for eating healthy on a budget. Topics include soups, roasting vegetables, freezing and storing, stir-frying, oven-frying, microwaving, fermenting, smoothies, and herbs and spices. Registration is appreciated so that the correct amount of food and equipment can be planned for, but a limited number of walk-ins are welcome. Call (412) 408-3830, ext 3225 to register.

• The Big Butler Fair is set to take place June 30 through July 8 at Big Butler Fairgrounds, 1127 New Castle Rd., Prospect. Come out and enjoy fireworks, the midway, games, demolition derbies, concerts and truck pulls. Call (724) 865-2400 or visit bigbutlerfair.com.

• The 2017 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix will take place July 7 to 16 with a Kick-Off Rallye set to take place at Quaker Steak and Lube in Cranberry Township July 2. Visit pvgp.org for a complete schedule of events.

• LifeSpan’s Bethel Park Center will take a trip to Maine September 10 to 16. Cost is $910 based on double occupancy. Cost includes six nights accomations, six breakfasts, three dinners, a tour of Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor and much more. $100 deposit to hold reservation. Call (412) 831-7111 for reservations.