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Doors open at 6; games start at 7 p.m.
A story and a craft to spark your child’s imagination before bedtime.
Anyone with recovery issues is invited to attend.
Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. A large group meeting is at 7 p.m. Small, break-out meetings start at 8 p.m.
Free movie, hay wagon and pony rides, bounce house, live entertainment, pumpkin painting, apple bobbing, face painting, fun house, Pitt-Bradford block party, food, arts and crafts booths, beer tent and more!
Fireworks at dusk courtesy of Pitt-Bradford.
Kicking off the day of fall fun for all will be a free movie at the Main Street Movie House. Doors open at 10am with the Movie, Hotel Transylvania 2, set to begin at 10:30am.
Festival activities on Main Street will commence at Noon. Over 30 craft vendors will line Main Street, offering unique items for sale. Main Street shops will also be open, displaying their finest fall merchandise.
Children’s games and activities will be dispersed along the length of Main Street among the craft vendors, with larger attractions and entertainment at each side street entrance to Main Street.
Performances by The Bubble Man and the Studio B “Queen B’s” will occur on Kennedy Street for all to enjoy. The YMCA bounce house will make an appearance in the PNC Bank parking lot; pony rides will be located on Pine Street, Kendall Creek Alpacas on Chambers Street, and the City of Bradford’s Fire truck on Chestnut Street. Other entertainment includes, clowns, balloon animals, face painting, a professional pumpkin carving demonstration at the Tin Ceiling Gift Shoppe, Mother Goose at Northwest Savings Bank and a Pitt Bradford block party in Veteran’s Square with even more games and activities for all ages.
Hay Wagon rides, boarding in front of Northwest Savings Bank, will take riders down Main Street through the festival, past the food court area on Festival Way, and up East Corydon Street, returning down Main Street near the Pitt Bradford Block Party. The rides are fun for all and a great way to see everything the festival has to offer.
The food court on Festival Way will open at noon, and will remain open into the evening after the Pumpkin Fest activities close at 4pm.
The food court will host St. Bernard School, selling popcorn, apple cider, pop, and water, A Slice of the 80’s with pizza, water, and pop, Tyler’s Krispy Kritters featuring chicken & biscuits, sausage, beef on weck, meat balls, and hot dogs,
The Coffee Hut offering coffee, espresso, and hot cocoa, Kim Hallock selling Nutty Bavarian roasted nuts, Bradford Friendship Table with funnel cakes, and Bradford Township Lions Club with hot dogs, popcorn, and cotton candy. The beer tent, sponsored by La Stella Lodge, will also be open from noon until 8pm that night.
For the safety of all festival-goers, Main Street from The Movie House to South Avenue, and all side street entries onto Main Street will be closed beginning at 11:30 Saturday morning. Vehicles must be removed from Main Street by 11:30am as no vehicular traffic will be permitted on Main Street after this time. All streets, with the exception of Festival Way, will reopen at the conclusion of the festival at 4pm. Festival Way will remain closed until 9pm Saturday night for safe access to the food court and beer tent area.
Anthony Ray Hinton, a man falsely accused and convicted for murder who spent 30 years on death row in Alabama before being exonerated and released last year, will speak this fall at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
Doors open at 6; games start at 7 p.m.
The interactive art and sound spectacular “Artrageous” comes to Bradford Thursday, October 6, 2016 @ 7:30pm. The performance will take place at the Bromeley Family Theater located at the University of Pitt/Bradford.
What is Artrageous?
The excitement of watching a team of artists painting at electric speed right before your eyes is an experience the audience will never forget. Have it accompanied by amazing vocals, creative choreography, high energy live music and unforgettable audience interaction and the audience will have enjoyed the journey of a life-time.
Giant artworks jump to life with amazing speed unveiling larger than life icons and masterpieces in just moments, all the while there is constant activity on stage, attracting your attention and delighting your senses with energy, spirit and action. A show for the entire family.
This is Artrageous.
Tickets are priced at $39 each and will be available for season subscribers on July 6, and for the general public August 24. Additional information will be forthcoming at the BCPAC office 814-362-2522, or online at www.bcpac.com.
Johnny Appleseed Festival
October 7-9, 2016
Sheffield, PA 16347 (across from the Sheffield VFD at 318 South Main Street)
Relive the history of the great logging boom era this weekend. The skills of old are the competitive events of today, and the same competitive spirit of the lumberjacks of yesteryear is still very much alive at the Johnny Appleseed Festival.