Things are kind of quiet in the Southern tier right now, but we still have fun things to do!

From battling Autism to dinners to singing in a chorus, take your pick.

The Endicott Elks offers a bar menu for dinner on Friday from 5 to 8 pm. Then Donal O’Shaughnessy performs from 8 to 11 pm. All are welcome!

For foodies, try this. The Thompson United Methodist Church, in PA, has a chicken and biscuit supper and bake sale on Saturday at 4:30 pm. Eat in or take out.

You can help the Tioga Tigers Take Down Autism on Sunday! It’s a 6 man round robin and wrestling starts at 9 am at the Tioga Central High School & Middle School Gym. There will be food, raffles and 50/50’s throughout the day.

The Choconut Center UMC, Corner of Airport and Lewis Roads, is having a Sunday brunch from noon until 2 . Enjoy carved beef, ham, salad bar, omelets and more.

The Knights of Columbus hold a spaghetti Dinner at the Hall, 136 Park Ave in Binghamton, on Sunday from noon until 5 pm or sold out. Dinner donated by Cortese.

The Broome County Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth is accepting reservations for shelter and group permits for the 2014 season. For fees and reservations, call the main office at 778-2193.

The Vestal Community Chorus hosts an open house for potential new members on Monday January 27th. You do not have to be a Vestal resident, just able to carry a tune! The open house is at the former Central Junior High School, near Four Corners, at 7 pm. For more info, call Barbara at 754-5710.