The Conewango Club is open daily for all your social gatherings. Our menu features cuisine classics with occasional twists guaranteed to brighten up even the gloomiest Warren days. Our constantly changing menu appeals to both simple and sophisticated palates. Our bar serves classic and contemporary cocktails, imported and domestic beers and ales, affordable wines by the bottle or the glass, and no attitude! Whether it’s a casual lunch, an early evening cocktail, or a special social occasion, the Conewango Club is here to provide great food and great service in an inviting atmosphere.
Founded in 1913, the mission of the Woman’s Club of Warren is to offer collegiality, education and information about local issues and interests to our membership. Furthermore, the preservation of our gracious Victorian home, a national historic landmark, is a continuous endeavor. Our Market Street home is an integral part of Warren, offering our facilities to community organizations and events.
Members meet every other week for lunch or tea from September to May. Speakers present informative programs prior to each luncheon and events take place throughout this time to raise funds to maintain and upgrade the historic, Victorian structure.
The Club also conducts projects for charitable endeavors and a separate entity provides scholarships annually.
At your service since 1953
About the American Cancer Society
At the American Cancer Society, we’re on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we’ll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.
See how ACS is about of our own local community.
- Each year 2 tournaments are held in Warren County to benefit the American Cancer Society – a men’s and a women’s tournament.
- Funds raised through these tournaments help fund the Society’s mission of saving lives from cancer by helping people Stay Well, helping people Get Well, by Finding Cures, and by Fighting Back against cancer.
Northwest Savings Bank is an American commercial bank. It was founded in Warren, Pennsylvania in 1896. Today, Northwest has 171 branches in Pennsylvania, New York, Maryland, Ohio, and Florida.
Warren General Hospital is an 89-bed acute care, not-for-profit facility located in the Northwest corner of Pennsylvania, one-hour from Erie. Nestled at the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, WGH is a full-service hospital, providing Community Health with Quality and Compassion. WGH and its medical staff, all board certified, provide leading edge technology in Cancer Care, Pain Management, and Diagnostic Imaging. Maternal-Child Health; General, Thoracic and Orthopedic surgical services; comprehensive psychiatric and detox programs; renal care; therapeutic rehab including physical, speech, occupational and respiratory programs; and Home Health round out the full range of health care services provided by Warren General Hospital.
Our products are high quality food and drink containers. They can be found in many convenience stores, amusement parks, zoos and restaurants around the world. Sometimes they come in familiar shapes, like our plastic insulated travel mugs or stainless steel bottles. Other times they look like dinosaurs, take-out containers or exotic animals!
Held annually and free to the public, the Boonies International Film festival is a four-day event held in Warren, August 19 through 22nd. You can view documentaries, animated, student, independent, studio and a variety of other movies from venues at Cambridge Warren, Blair Retail Store and Museum, Allegheny Outfitters, Warren County Library or Struthers Library Theater.
Our Mission – To provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities or closely related developmental disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of joy, gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the Community