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A full day of family fun featuring the Bounty Barn with locally produced jams & jellies, maple & honey products.
Enjoy the hayrides, pony rides, corn cannon shoot, Storyland, cow train, goat mountain and 6 acre corn field maze. Purchase a variety of fresh picked apples or visit the Pick-Your-Own-Pumpkin Patch. Watch them press fresh apple cider! And to satisfy a sweet tooth, there’s the brand new on-site bakery, Di’s Pies and Bake Shoppe. Watch as pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies and muffins and pumpkin and apple pies and more are made, then buy and eat them as they come out of the oven.
The Pumpkinville Grille features hot dogs, sausage, BBQ pork, chili and home-made curly fries available daily, with mouth watering chicken BBQ dinners on weekends.
For more information on this event please visit http://www.Pumpkinville.com
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will hold an exhibition of work by arts faculty and staff from Sept. 18 through Oct. 16.
The exhibition will open Sept. 18 in the KOA Art Gallery in Blaisdell Hall at noon, when a gallery talk and reception will be held. All events are free and open to the public. Hours at the gallery are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and during events in the Bromeley Family Theater.
“Our arts program has really been growing,” said Anna Lemnitzer, assistant professor of art, who coordinated the exhibition. “For example, in the last year, we have added two additional art adjunct professors who teach to full classrooms.”
Lemnitzer said that it is traditional for universities to hold exhibitions of faculty works to showcase their programs.
“The people who work to provide instruction and arts programming here on the Pitt-Bradford campus are fantastic educators whose work doesn’t end when they leave the classroom,” she said.
Work will include ceramic pieces, abstract acrylic paintings, mixed media work, sculptural installation and new genres, and encaustic and oil paintings. Artists are Lemnitzer, Courtney Mealy, Anne Mormile, Merry Riding, Richard Minard and Samila Sosic.
For disability needs related to the exhibition, contact the Office of Disability Resources at (814)362-7609 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured, “Acadia,” a work of mixed media by Merry Riding, a member of the Pitt-Bradford arts faculty whose work will be included in an exhibition by the university’s arts faculty and staff. The exhibition opens at noon Sept. 18 with a gallery talk and reception.
No duplicate home demonstrators will be accepted — first come, first served. (i.e. There will not be two Avon reps).
$25 for a table area (10-12 feet for all)
Checks made payable to GGB PTO Vendor Fair Coordinator
Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) will host the 13th Annual Senior Citizens Expo on Friday, Oct. 9, at the Roulette Fire Hall, 12 Riverside Drive in Roulette.
The free event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and lunch will be provided.
“I encourage area senior citizens and their caregivers to take advantage of the opportunities available at the expo and join us for this informative event,” Causer said.
State, county and local vendors will be on hand to distribute information and answer questions. Information about health care, insurance, nutrition and exercise, fire safety, financial planning, fraud protection, government services, hunting/fishing and personal safety will be available. Health screenings will also be offered, and door prizes will be awarded.
Because staff members will be at the expo, Causer’s offices in Bradford and Coudersport will be closed all day on Oct. 9. Offices in Kane and Harrisburg will remain open.
Causer also reminds area residents of the Senior Citizens Expo in Kane on Friday, Oct. 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Kane Community Center, 46 Fraley St.
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Join us for a night of food, fun, music and more! The evening will feature the LIVE country music stylings of The Bob Hartle Band! Tickets are available for $10 each with children 3 years and younger free. Tickets are available on pre-sale or at the door.
The Harvest Hoedown goes to benefit the work of The Salvation Army here in Bradford and all funds raised stay local!
United Way of the Bradford Area will be hosting a “Stuff the Truck” supply drive on Saturday from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm at both Tops and Save-A-Lot. All of the donations will benefit local pantries, shelters and organizations.
“We recognize that this is a significant time of need in our community, and we want to do something – even small scale in terms of the length of time – to aid some of the agencies providing basic needs and essentials for our residents,” said Mandi Wilton Davis, executive director.
Volunteers will be stationed at the grocery stores, passing out lists of items needed and collecting what will be purchased. Some of the items which are being requested include non-perishable food items such as canned fruits and vegetables; boxed dinners and sides; laundry detergents; cleaning wipes; children’s toothbrushes and toothpastes; baby wash; and hand sanitizer.
“We welcome the community to bring donations to the United Way office before Saturday, if necessary,” said Davis.
For more information or to make a contribution, contact the United Way office or visit www.uwbanews.org.
Sponsored by the Office of Dr. Gonzaez to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
You’re welcome to come without a dog, too. And, feel free to bring gift for the McKean County SPCA.
Childhood Cancer Awareness and Memorial Balloon Release in memory of 10-year-old AIden Davis, who died of Ewing Sarcoma earlier this year. Around 4 p.m. (before the Pony championship)
Award-winning Las Vegas magician Michaelangelo will perform his famous escape act at around 3 p.m. before the PeeWee Championship.
Eric Jones will draw caricatures from 2 to 4 p.m. ($5)
First game is at noon
Any child age 3 or 4 is welcome to attend, but parents are asked to remain at the school during the program. Children will listen to a story, participate in a related activity, and have a chance to interact with their peers.
High school students who are considering studying at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford can meet faculty, tour campus and learn about student life, admissions and financial aid at one of four open houses scheduled through the end of January.
Open houses begin at 12:30 p.m. with an opportunity to speak with faculty in areas of interest in the Frame-Westerberg Commons on Campus.
Open houses are scheduled for Sept. 26, Oct. 24, Nov. 7 and Jan. 23, 2016. During the Open Houses on Sept. 26 and Oct. 24, Dr. John Crawford, assistant professor of business management, will speak about college academics. On Nov. 7 and Jan. 23, Don Lewicki, director of the Computer Information System and Technology program will speak.
Also, during each open house, prospective students and parents can hear from and ask questions of a panel of current students.
To reserve a spot, call the admissions office at 800-872-1787 or visit www.upb.pitt.edu/visit/.