So, what does it take to run a city? Find out by enrolling in “Roseville University.” The city of Roseville invites Roseville residents to get an education in city governance through this free series of classes.
Come to the Roseville Area High School Cafeteria on Sunday, May 17th from 2-4pm for some light refreshments, a live band, and a fun afternoon of dancing. This event is put on by the Roseville Area High School Student Council.
Cox Insurance Associates will offer a Youthful Driving Workshop to educate new drivers and their parents on Saturday, May 9th from 11 AM - 12:30 PM. Open to families with new (or soon to be) drivers in the community, this workshop will provide resources and information about:
* Driver safety
* The impact of a youthful driver on the family
* Looking ahead to the future: your insurability as an independent young adult
The Roseville Area High School drama program (RAHS Drama) is staging the last play written by William Shakespeare, “The Tempest,” May 7-10 at the high school. This legendary romantic comedy will be the final RAHS Drama production directed by Dr. Samuel J. Tanner, long a mainstay of the drama program and the RAHS English Dept., who will become a professor at Penn State University later this year.