Aurora/East Aurora

East Aurora High School senior and clarinetist Myra Engle will play Brahms, Mozart and Debussy in a free concert 3 p.m. Sunday, January 12 with her teacher John Fullam, principal clarinetist with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Her older sister Elisabeth Engle, a mezzo soprano, will sing a selection of three German songs by Louis Spohr. Friend John Mitton will play the piano. Donations will benefit her April concert tour in Italy with the Greater Buffalo Youth Orchestra.

“I definitely aspire to perform with the clarinet someday, somehow,” said Engle, 17, explaining her career ambitions. “Going on this trip is huge, especially touring with an orchestra.... I just think it’s great and such a good experience to have and carry with me.”

She loves the diversity of the instrument she has studied since fourth grade. It’s featured in classical music and jazz.

“It can play so many different pieces,” she said. “It just has a great blend and covers all aspects of music and I love that about it.”

Also this week:

• The Aurora Town Board will hold its organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Southside Municipal Building, 300 Gleed Avenue.

• The East Aurora Village Board meets at 7 p.m. Monday at Village Hall, 571 Main Street.

• The deadline to register for a 4-hour erosion and sediment control workshop on Jan. 15, is Wednesday. Visit or call 652-8480, ext. 5.

It is the first of two – the other is Feb. 19 – put on by the Erie County Soil and Water Conservation District for construction site contractors and developers so they meet training requirements of the state Stormwater Construction General Permit 01-10-001.

• The East Aurora Village Board meets at 7 p.m. Monday at Village Hall, 571 Main Street.

• Recycle old electronics, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11 at Nativity Lutheran Church, 970 East Main St. The event is coordinated by Sen. Patrick Gallivan, R-Elma, Sunnking Electronics Recycling, Time Warner Cable and East Aurora Rotary. Bring computers, printers, scanners, copiers, fax machines, TVs, cell phones, lab equipment, monitors, MP3 players, tablets, ink and toner cartridges. For a complete list, visit Last year’s East Aurora electronic recycled and collected more than 130,000 pounds of e-waste.