Only two more Mondays for
Weirton Farmer’s Market
WEIRTON — Only two Mondays remain for this year’s installment of the Weirton Farmer’s Market.
Fall vegetables, pumpkins, baked goods and jewelry will be available Monday and Oct. 26 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the market, which is located at the Goodwill Plaza off Penco Road, Weirton.
Questions regarding the Weirton Farmer’s Market can be directed to Ann Bailey, agricultural and natural resources program assistant, WVU Hancock County Extension, at (304) 564-3805.
Coat donations being accepted
for Urban Mission giveaway
STEUBENVILLE — Urban Mission Ministries is in the midst of accepting donations for its annual fall coat giveaway.
Donations of new or gently used coats, jackets, hats and gloves for men, women and children are being accepted through Wednesday.
Donations can be dropped off from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Urban Mission Warehouse at 311 N. Sixth St. or at Urban Thrift at 644 Market St.
The giveaway will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Oct. 26-28 at the Seventh Street Plaza, corner of North and North Seventh streets. Items will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is not required to participate. For information, call (740) 282-8010.
Haworth memorial art
exhibit continues at museum
WEIRTON — The Weirton Area Museum and Cultural Center will once again celebrate the influence of art and education with the 12th-annual Robert Haworth Memorial Art Exhibition.
Haworth began his teaching career in Brooke County Schools, before moving in 1932 to the Hancock County School System, where he retired in 1969.
This year’s exhibit will feature the works of two artists; Diane Kessler and the late John A. Francis, former students of Haworth, and run from noon to 4 p.m. through Oct. 24. There is no cost for admission.
In addition to the featured pieces, artwork of other Haworth students and artists from the Tri-State Area will be on display. Debbie Greco Catton, is the current chair of the museum’s art committee, which organizes the show.
Current art students from local school also are encouraged to display their work.
The idea of honoring Haworth’s legacy as an artist and teacher came from the late Dr. Ray Greco. Greco’s daughter,