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For students in grades 9-12 to explore what interests them in the manufacturing field.
Explore 3D design and printing, welding and fabricating, basic LED electronics, and machining.
Cost: FREE ($300 tuition graciously covered by the JCC Foundation)
REGISTER » Call Katie at 716.376.7528
Historic Downtown Bradford will be hosting a Farmers Market on Fridays from 2-6pm on Chambers Street. The first market day will be this Friday July 21st. The Market will run every Friday, weather permitting, until October 27th.
“We are very excited to see the return of a Farmers Market downtown.” said Main Street Manager Chelsea Schwab. “Farmers Markets are excellent sources of local produce and knowledge. The Downtown Bradford Farmers Market will be not only a place to purchase local foods, but also a place to learn more about the products you are buying. I think it is good for people to examine where their food is coming from and how their food is grown. I believe it makes people happy knowing that not only are they supporting local farms, but also that their food is being grown the way they want it to be.
Vendor registration is still open for local growers who wish to participate. Vendors may either purchase a season pass, allowing them to participate every week if they wish, or vendors may pay per market day that they participate in. To register for the Downtown Bradford Farmers Market or to get more information, visit their Facebook Page or contact the Main Street Manager to reserve a space.
For more information please call 716-354-9101 ext 236
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford will offer painting classes for young artists on July 21.
“Canvas and Cookies” will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in Art Room 406 of the Marilyn Horne Hall at 2 Main St., Bradford.
The class will be taught by Courtney Mealy. Participants ages 7 to 14 will get a chance to paint a project, take the project home the same day and eat cookies. Each class will have a different painting project. All supplies needed will be provided.
“The class is going to be a creative and fun evening for kids and parents alike,” Mealy said. The goal of the class, she said, is to introduce children to the arts.
The cost of each class is $25. For more information or to register, contact the Division of Continuing Education and Regional Development at (814)362-5078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please call: 814-598-9956.
You can pick up maps on Saturday at the Western Steer.
Limestone VFD will have a chicken barbecue from 11 a.m. til the chickens are gone behind the community center. $8
Cruise through the beautiful mountains of scenic Northwestern Pennsylvania, the Allegheny National Forest (Shine or Rain, Ride or Drive)
Proceeds benefit individuals and Kids and Cancer programs supporting medical facilities in Bradford, PA, Buffalo, NY, Erie, PA and Pittsburgh, PA
Registration 9:00 – 11:45 a.m.
Blessing of bikes @ noon; Parade of bikes through Bradford
Event pins to first 500 participants
Awards & Door Prizes at end
Kids and Cancer Run T-shirts & Zippo lighters available
Take a chance on a 2017 HD Dyna Low Rider
Sponsored by the Collins Regional Historical Society, this event gets bigger & better every year! Whether you want to show others your beauty from days gone by, or just want to browse; this event is for you. Drivers receive free registration & free thank you gift bag (1st 100 cars registered) for bringing their cars; first through fourth place receive trophies. A picnic lunch is available to curb those hunger attacks and a baked good sale & Chinese Auction only add to the fun. Golden oldies played throughout event. Trivia for prizes! Rain or shine event. Held at the Collins Center Town Park.
The 14th Anniversary of the Tornado was July 21. See the debris field – the towers are still resting in the same spot as 2003! Learn about how mother nature destroyed the Kinzua Bridge with Holly Dzemyan. Meet on the Skywalk at 12 pm.
For more information call: 814-778-5467
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Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Road, Mt Jewett, PA 16740, USA
The First Wesleyan Church of Bradford will be holding their annual Kids Fun Day this Saturday, July 22nd from 1PM to 3PM at the North Kendall Park. The First Wesleyan Church has held the Kids Fun Day at the park for a number of years. The event is a celebration of kids and a way for families to spend time together with their children. As in previous years, a petting zoo and pony rides are part of this years Kids Fun Day. There will be hot dogs, snow cones, and other refreshments for those in attendance. Games and water fun activities will also be apart of this year’s event. So be prepared to get wet. There is one change to the Kids Fun Day for 2017 children playing games would get candy at each game station in the past. But due to the weather over the last couple of years the candy melted. This year kids will receive a goody bag filled with candy at the end of the event. The Kids Fun Day is free and opened to the public. The Kids Fun Day is part of the First Wesleyan Church’s outreach ministry events, which include the recent Christian Summer Jam, and the Family Drive-In movie nights held at their church located at 692 South Kendall Ave. For more about the Kids Fun Day or any other outreach event that the First Wesleyan Church is involved with, contact Pastor Terri Niver at 814-368-7865. The Kids Fun Day is made possible by the time and donations of the members of the First Wesleyan Church of Bradford.