Lecture Series: Building an Independent Farmstead

Leonardo's Coffee Shop (second floor) 159 N. 4th Street, Steubenville, OH

Event by The Healing Land Duration: 2 hr Shawn and Beth Dougherty, authors of The Independent Farmstead, national speakers, and residents of Toronto, Ohio, will share their extensive experience on how to build your own independent farmstead. The winter lecture series runs once a month on Wednesday nights at Leonardo's Coffeehouse, starting at 7pm. Wednesday, February 15 @7pm The Dairy Cow and Pasture Management Wednesday, March 22 @7pm Beating the Feed Bill Blues Wednesday, April 19 @7pm Feeding the Family from the Farm All lectures are free and open to the public. Sponsored by: The Healing Land, New Polity, Book Marx, Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, and Leonardo’s Coffeehouse.

The Steuben Striders present: The Bob Young Memorial 5K

Historic Fort Steuben Park 120 South 3rd St., Steubenville, OH

5K Run for all ages - $25 5K Walk for all ages - $15 1 Mile Run, ages 12 & under - $15 1 Mile Walk for all ages - $10 Toddler Dash for 6 and under - $4 Contestants who register for the 5K run or walk or the 1 mile run by March 31st get an adult sized T-shirt. Registration and course map at:  www.steubenstriders.com/5k.html Begin: 3rd Street at Fort Steuben Park.

Fort Steuben Annual Dinner

Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church 300 S 4th Street, Steubenville, OH

Featuring guest speaker, military historian, Jonathan Bratten, author of To the Last Man. $35 per person. RSVP:  740-283-1787.  

Wine & Shoe Extravaganza

Mingo K of C Hall 117 Legion Drive, Mingo Junction, OH

Fundraiser for Ohio Valley Business & Professional Women  scholarship program.  Featuring best shoe contest and Ohio Valley Woman of the Year. Tickets - $30; for tickets contact Julie Decker @ 740-632-9972.

The Center for Beauty at Franciscan University of Steubenville Spring Series

Tony & Nina Gentile Gallery, J.C. Williams Center, Franciscan University 1235 University Blvd., Steubenville, OH

Musical Performance  "The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives" with Franciscan University's New Chamber Orchestra, featuring Alan Harrell, cello; the Cleveland Orchestra, John Konopka, trumpet, Franciscan University student; and Stanley Konopka. Open to Public.   No charge. Series is sponsored by the Center for Beauty, the Henkels Family Fund, and the Fine Arts Society. For more information and video on demand of some presentations, go to franciscan.edu/monday-arts-and-culture-series.