What's Going On: Superfund info session in Massena, tick presentation in Rensselaer Falls, job fair in O'burg
AAK school showcase
POTSDAM: Potsdam AAK Middle School Community Showcase, 5-7:30 p.m., Sandstoner Park, Pine Street Arena; community resources, organizations, middle school clubs and activities, free activities for kids, free health snacks, art show, musical performances; free bus transportation starting at 5 p.m., pickups at Evergreen Park, Swan Lake, Lawrence Avenue apartments, Meadow East.bFair2DirectCare Rally
OGDENSBURG: United Helpers hosting bFair2DirectCare Rally, 1 p.m., 100 Ford St.; speakers, region’s direct care agencies, government reps; www.bFair2DirectCare.com.
Superfund info session
MASSENA: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding open-house information session at the Hawkins Point Visitors Center to discuss 2019 work activities associated with the Grasse River Superfund Site; dredging to address PCB-contaminated sediment in a 7.2 mile stretch of the Grasse River began this spring; EPA and Arconic staff will be available between 6 and 7 p.m. to discuss the work and answer questions from the public; informal opportunities for dialogue with members of the project team; info: Larisa Romanowski, EPA Community Involvement Coordinator, 518-407-0400, [email protected].
Tackle tick dilemma
RENSSELAER FALLS: Presentation on “Tackle the Tick Dilemma”; learn important facts and details on tick prevention and get a free tick kit; 6:30 p.m; Rensselaer Falls Library, 212 Rensselaer St. or call 315-344-7406.
Noon Book Club
POTSDAM: June book: “The Oregon Trail” by Rinker Buck; 12-2 p.m; Potsdam Public Library; 2 Park St.
CPA job fair
OGDENSBURG: Cerebral Palsy Association of the North Country hosting walk-in interviews, 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Ogdensburg Department of Labor, 1031 Paterson St.; full-, part-time and per diem positions available as direct support professionals, provide support to people with disabilities in their homes and communities; wages start at $12.50 per hour; sign-on bonus after completion of training period, $250 for full and part-time, $100 for per-diem.
NORFOLK: Completion Celebration for Little Dresses for Africa program, 6:30 p.m., Father Amyot Parish Center, behind the Church of the Visitation, 3 Morris St.; 315-212-0520.
GOUVERNEUR: Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter welcomes those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia to attend support group, 1:30 p.m., second Wednesday of the month, Gouverneur Community Center, 4673 NYS Route 58.
NYS Women meet
MASSENA: St. Lawrence County Chapter of New York State Women Inc. to meet, 5 p.m., Pizza Hut; installation of new officers held; all members urged to attend; Pat McGrath, 315-769-5997 for reservations by June 10.