Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering

09/16/2022 to 09/18/2022

Greenwood Furnace Folk Gathering, invites folk music enthusiasts of all levels to celebrate and participate in our living musical traditions. Non-musicians and advanced players alike will find opportunities to play, sing, jam, dance, and simply sit back and listen, all in the friendly, relaxed setting of beautiful Greenwood Furnace State Park in central PA. Workshops …

Creation Festival

06/29/2022 to 07/02/2022

Prayerfully we believe God to be exalted during our time together and for those attending Creation Festivals to unreservedly submit to Christ as Lord and Savior. Through music, worship and Christ centered teaching we believe that Christ will be exalted and committed believers will change the world with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Central PA Rodeo

06/17/2022 to 06/18/2022

The Cenral PA Rodeo is a family-friendly, fun-filled event that attracts attendees from all across the region.  The three-day festival is filled with a plethora of performances, and plans are in progress to entertain over 7500 adults and children. This is the ONLY RODEO offered to Central PA in recent years, and has now become an annual …

Central PA Ragtime Festival

09/22/2022 to 09/25/2022

If you like ragtime music, here’s your opportunity to hear some of that great music played by some of the top ragtime musicians in America. The twin cities of Rockhill and Orbisonia play host to the annual Central Pennsylvania Ragtime Festival. Located midway between Harrisburg and Altoona, the festival brings in top talent from all …

Mayfest of Huntingdon


Mayfest of Huntingdon is certainly one of the more unique festivals held in Pennsylvania.  Held every April in Huntingdon, this tiny mountain town hosts a festival unlike any other. Void of craft vendors or exhibitions, this festival is instead a living history that literally plays out like a town-wide block party.  Each block in town …

Hartslog Day


The origins of Hartslog can be traced back to John Hart, a licensed Indian Trader from the mid-1700s known to settlers by the distinctive hollowed-out log he used as a feeding trough for his horses. So it is with this local color as a basis, one of the most unique and truly heartfelt festivals is …

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