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FEATURING NATIONAL PARKS IN THE

LAUREL HIGHLANDS

A PRODUCT OF THE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

FIVE NATIONAL PARKS IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD

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WHERE TO GO-X-PLORE: A GUIDE TO EVENTS IN THE AREA

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Cover Photo: Hastily established in 1754 by then Lieutenant Colonel George Washington to defend against the 700 French force, Fort Necessity is visited by hundreds of tourists every year . Photo by Ben Moyer


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S K R A P L A NATION OF THE L AUREL S D N A L H G I H

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arks with names like Yellowstone,Yosemite and Grand Canyon are known around the world as symbolic American landscapes.These sites and more than 400 others are so significant in American history, culture and natural resource conservation that they are protected by The National Park Service, a unit of the Dept. of Interior. It may surprise local residents that the Laurel Highlands, or their bordering fringe, contain five separate units of the National Park system, an unusually dense cluster for a region of its size. Three of those sites commemorate events or people important in America’s formative history and industrial expansion.Two others rose to prominence later, as sites of tragedies. One tragedy was accidental, due in part to negligence and partly an “act of God,” but cost the lives of thousands.The other, more recent, was an act of foiled terrorism, part of a larger plot that claimed thousands of innocents and at least 40 heroes. All these national park units welcome the public, and offer educational outings for families and groups. At four of the five, visitors can also hike, enjoy nature and partake in special interpretive events. Planned events and trails are offered at the fifth site too, but the experience there is more about reflection than recreation. There are no fees for visiting any of these parks and all can be reached from Uniontown within a two-hour drive. Most are much nearer. On the following pages are a brief introduction to the national parks of western Pennsylvania and their recreational and educational resources. In general, all the parks operate on the same schedule, with grounds open from sunrise to sunset, year-round and seven days a week.Visitor centers and other preserved structures generally accept visitors from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., every day, year-round but some close on major holidays. For details before a visit, call the numbers provided for each park.

FORT NECESSITY 1 NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD Located along Rte. 40—The National Road—at Farmington, Fayette County, Fort Necessity was the site of the first major battle of the French and Indian War, the mid-18th century conflict that pitted England against France for dominance in North America. In early July 1754, George Washington, then an officer in the British colonial forces, with about 300 Virginia militia and 100 British regulars from a regiment based in South Carolina, defended their hastily constructed stockade against 700 French soldiers, French-Canadian volunteers and their Indian allies. After a day of fighting in heavy rain, with casualties mounting and powder and supplies dwindling, Washington accepted the French terms for surrender of Fort Necessity. The following summer, British General Edward Braddock’s campaign, in which Washington participated, met disaster in a French and Indian attack near Fort Duquesne (today’s Pittsburgh). Braddock was mortally wounded and died during the retreat eastward. Washington and other officers buried his body in the wagon road to prevent its discovery by the pursuing enemy. Braddock’s Grave along Rte. 40 about a mile west of Fort Necessity is part of the National Park Service site. The 900-acre Fort Necessity National Battlefield has a network of hiking trails to the reconstructed fort and offering various loop-routes through woods and fields. A remote but inviting picnic area with tables, grills and restrooms can be reached by car during the summer season. Hikers and picnickers often see deer, wild turkeys and the occasional bear. The Park Service in cooperation with the National Road Heritage Corridor operates a visitor center near the fort, one of the most modern and extensively researched such facilities in the entire National Park system. Outside the visitor center, kids can explore and enjoy an educational Fort Necessity-themed playground. Frequent reenactments and interpretive events throughout the summer help visitors understand the importance and brutal reality of 18th century warfare on the American frontier. Fort Necessity is about 11 miles east of Uniontown on Rte. 40. For more information call 724-329-5512.


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2017 WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL PARKS SPECIAL EVENTS MAY 19, 20

Plant a Tree at Flight 93 (pre-registration required)

MAY 20, 21

National Road Festival, Fort Necessity National Battlefield

MAY 27, 28

Military Encampment, Fort Necessity National Battlefield

MAY 31

Commemoration of 1889 Flood, Johnstown Flood National Memorial

JUNE 17

Living History Day, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site

JUNE 24, 25

“Trent’s Fort Surrender and Conference,” Fort Necessity National Battlefield

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ALLEGHENY PORTAGE RAILROAD NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

One of America’s early engineering marvels is commemorated at Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site. To grasp its significance, think “portage” (meaning to carry a watercraft overland past an obstacle) more than railroad. In the 1830s, canals were considered the transportation mode of the future. Pennsylvania financed its Mainline Canal to compete with New York’s Erie Canal and Maryland’s Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. The Mainline carried passengers and freight from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and points west via the Ohio River. But there was no way to dig a canal over the spine of the Allegheny Mountains, so engineers built the Allegheny Portage Railroad, a system of 10 inclined planes fitted with railroad track to carry canal boats over the Allegheny Front range between canals of the Susquehanna watershed on the east and the Ohio watershed on the west. Stationary motors pulled the boats up, and eased them down, the inclines, much as the familiar inclines function in present-day Pittsburgh, but the grades were less steep because of their switchback construction. From the time a barge was pulled out of a canal on one side of the mountain, it took about seven hours to place it back in the water on the other side. The Portage Railroad’s role in history was prominent but short-lived. By the 1850s, more powerful locomotive engines allowed the construction of a conventional rail line, and faster travel, over the mountains. The canals, and thus the portage over the Alleghenies, were obsolete. Today the National Park Service manages 1,300 acres on the Cambria-Blair county border as the Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site. Most of the portage infrastructure is gone, but a representative sample is restored.Visitors can tour the Lemon House, a tavern that served canal travelers, a preserved engine house, a visitor center and the Staple Bend Tunnel, first rail tunnel constructed in the United States. Hiking trails lead visitors to points throughout the park. Bicycles are permitted on some trails. Reach the park by the Gallitzin Exit from Rte. 22 between Ebensburg and Cresson, about two hours northeast of Uniontown. Call 814-886-6150 for late details, especially around holidays and in bad weather when the schedule is subject to change.

Battle Anniversary Program, Fort Necessity National Battlefield

Image Courtesy: Istock.com

JULY 22

Albert Gallatin Project, President Monroe Visits, Friendship Hill National Historic Site

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16th Anniversary Commemoration, Flight 93 National Memorial

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FestiFall and Market Fair, Friendship Hill National Historic Site

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“Walk 93,” 3rd Annual Memorial Walk, Flight 93 National Memorial

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Spirits on the Summit Tours, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site

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Spirits of Staple Bend Tunnel, Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site For more information call 724-329-8131, Email: maryellen_snyder@nps.gov or visit www.nps.gov/flni/planyourvisit

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3 JOHNSTOWN FLOOD NATIONAL MEMORIAL

In late May 1889, a freak storm parked itself over the headwaters of the Little Conemaugh River, dumping record torrents of rain. On May 31 the South Fork Dam, owned by the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club burst, sending a wall of water 14 miles down the twisting, confined valley (crossing the path of the Allegheny Portage Railroad) into Johnstown. The wreckage from hundreds of homes snagged on a stone railroad bridge and caught fire. More than 2,200 residents of the Conemaugh Valley lost their lives, the costliest natural disaster in American history at that time. The National Memorial preserves the South Fork Fishing and Hunting clubhouse and a portion of the dam site. The Lake View Visitor Center features interpretive exhibits and a film about the disaster, shown at 1-hour intervals.Visitors can also take walking tours or ranger-led van tours of the flood route through the valley during the summer season. Details and schedules are available by calling 814-886-6170. Visitors should also consider a stop at the Johnstown Flood Museum, operated by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association in downtown Johnstown. Call 814-539-1889 for more information. The museum is not affiliated with the National Park Service and operating schedules and fees may be different than other sites.

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FRIENDSHIP HILL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Atop the Allegheny Plateau in Somerset County, amid farms and the remains of old strip mines, the Flight 93 National Memorial preserves the Sept. 11, 2001 crash site of one of four commercial jets hijacked by terrorists in a plot to strike key American targets. The hijackers had planned to use Flight 93 to strike the U.S. Capitol Building but passengers overpowered the terrorists resulting in the crash 200 miles “off target” in rural Pennsylvania. A new Visitor Center Complex opened at Flight 93 in Sept. 2015. Touring the complex is sobering but also uplifting. From the visitor center, spare yet elegant walkways lead to the Memorial Plaza crash site and the Memorial Groves, one grove for each passenger and crew member. The Visitor Center at Flight 93 is closed on New Year’s, Thanksgiving and Christmas days. Flight 93 National Memorial is accessible from Rte. 30, six miles east of Rte. 219 in Somerset County. To speak to park personnel about details call 814-893-6322. In addition to preserving history and nature, national parks contribute to the local economy. National Park Service analyses document that parks generate ten dollars of revenue for local economies for every federal dollar invested in park acquisition, development and maintenance.

Perched on a high bluff above the Monongahela River between Point Marion and New Geneva, Friendship Hill was the country estate of Albert Gallatin, the longest serving Secretary of the Treasury in American history. Gallatin served as U. S. Treasurer from 1801 to 1814 under presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. In that capacity, he helped arrange the Louisiana Purchase and plan the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Before his appointment as treasury secretary, Gallatin helped to defuse the Whiskey Rebellion by convincing western Pennsylvania farmers to accept a lower whiskey tax than that initially proposed by the federal government. He also served briefly in the U. S. Senate and as Minister to France. The 600-acre Friendship Hill National Historic Site preserves Gallatin’s home and its surrounding fields and woods.Visitors should allow one to two hours to tour the historic house, view exhibits and take the audio tour. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore 10 miles of hiking trails that lead through old-growth forest to waterfalls on streams entering the Monongahela River. In early spring, wildflowers like trillium, bloodroot, larkspur and Dutchman’s breeches carpet the hills. The park is a good site for bird-watching. Diverse bird species utilize the woodland, field and riverine habitats. Reach Friendship Hill via Rte. 166 two miles north of Point Marion. Call 724-329-2500 for details.

IN ADDITION TO PRESERVING HISTORY AND NATURE, NATIONAL PARKS CONTRIBUTE TO THE LOCAL ECONOMY. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE ANALYSES DOCUMENT THAT PARKS GENERATE TEN DOLLARS OF REVENUE FOR LOCAL ECONOMIES FOR EVERY FEDERAL DOLLAR INVESTED IN PARK ACQUISITION, DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE.


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UPCOMING EVENTS NEAR YOU… May 26 After-After Hours at Bowlby Library

May 26 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Eva K. Bowlby Public Library 11 N. West Street Waynesburg, PA 15370 724-627-9776 • http://www.evakbowlby.org

Albert Gallatin River Festival.

Point Marion, PA. Includes 5K Race, fireworks, food, carnival and more. A community celebration in Point Marion, Pennsylvania every year on Memorial Day Weekend.

Trivia Night at Fort Ligonier May 26, 2017@ 6:30PM to 9:00PM Fort Ligonier 200 South Market Street• Ligonier, PA 15658 $15 per person (Includes spirits and snacks) fortligonier.org/news-events/events-calendar/

“The Philadelphia Story” by the Little Lake Theatre May 26-º The Little Lake Theatre Canonsburg, PA 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m. 724-745-6300 littlelake.org

Twin Peaks Art Exhibit Friday May 26th 2017 10:00 pm 123 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV

Canonsburg Farmers Market Northwest Savings Bank Parking Lot Canonsburg, PA • 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 724-745-1812

Grillin’ & Swillin’

Bella Sera • Canonsburg, PA 7:00 p.m. • 724745-5575 www.bellaserapgh. com

Food Truck Festival

The Meadows Casino • Racetrack • Hotel Washington, PA • meadowsgaming. com

Steel Magnolias

Friday May 26th 2017 - Saturday June 3rd 2017 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm • M.T. Pockets Theatre 203 Parsons Street, Morgantown, WV

May 26 cont. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast!

Friday May 26th 2017 - Sunday May 28th 2017 Various Times Metropolitan Theatre 369 High Street, Morgantown, WV,

Angry Johnny

Friday May 26th 2017 6:30 pm Black Bear Burritos 132 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV

May 27 Summer Theatre - Why Do Fools Fall in Love May 25, 2017 - Jun 11, 2017 Saint Vincent College 300 Fraser Purchase Road•Latrobe, PA 15650 stvincent.edu/community-events/the-arts/ summer-theater#shows

Crystal Blue Band :

May 27, 2017 @ Starting: 7:30PM – The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $29, $39, $44 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/crystal-blue/

18th Century Military History Weekend

May 27, 2017 - May 28, 2017 @9:30AM to 5:00PM Fort Ligonier 200 South Market Street•Ligonier, PA 15658 (724) 238-9701•fortligonier.org/news-events/ events-calendar/

Farm Heritage Day

The SpringHouse • Washington, PA 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 724-228-3339 •springhousemarket.com

Lonesome Lost & Foggy

Saturday May 27th 2017 6:00 pm Mason-Dixon Historical Park Core, WV,

May 27 cont. Andy Tuck and 18 Strings Saturday May 27th 2017 6:30 pm Black Bear Burritos 132 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV,

STEM/Makers Program – Cardboard Automata

Saturday May 27th 2017 9:00 am to 10:30 am Spark! Imagination and Science Center 5000 Green Bag Road, Morgantown, WV,

May 28 Pavilion Music Series Harold Betters : May 28, 2017 @ Starting: 1:00PM Christian W. Klay Winery Christian W. Klay Winery, Inc. 412 Fayette Springs Road Chalk Hill, PA 15421 • www.cwklaywinery.com/events/pavilionmusic-series-harold-betters-5/

Fish for FREE Day!!!! All around PA.

French and British Encampment : May 27, 2017 - May 28, 2017 Recurring daily @ From: 10:00AM to 4:00PM Fort Necessity National Battlefield 1 Washington Parkway Farmington, PA 15437 Admission: Free (724) 329-8124 • www. nps.gov/fone

Geranium Festival :

May 27, 2017 @ Starting: 9:00 AM Presented By: Fayette County Cultural Trust Connellsville Geranium Festival Downtown Connellsville Connellsville, PA 15425 • www.downtownconnellsville.org/Calendar-ofEvents.html

Kids’ Mud on the Mountain : May 27, 2017 Seven Springs Mountain Resort 777 Waterwheel Drive Seven Springs, PA 15622 • www.7springs.com/events/kids-mud-on-themountain/

Neil Berg’s 102 Years of Broadway :

May 27, 2017 @ Starting: 8:00PM State Theatre Center for the Arts 27 East Main Street Uniontown, PA 15401 • www.statetheatre.info/2015-2015-season/

Yoga by the Yough:

May 27, 2017 @ From: 9:00AM to 1:00PM Presented By: AdventureTRAC Admission: $48 (412) 554-3829 • adventuretrac.org

Stock Car Racing :

May 27, 2017 @ Starting: 6:00PM Jennerstown Speedway Complex LLC Admission: Adult General Admission Tickets: $10, Children ages 12 and under FREE (814) 703-8009 • www.Jennerstown.org

fishandboat.com/fishforfree.htm

Artist in Action : Feb 28, 2017 - Jun 4, 2017 Recurring daily The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 221 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org/exhibitions/artist-inaction/

Sunday Evening Summer Band Concerts : May 28, 2017 - Aug 27, 2017 Recurring weekly on Sunday @ Starting: 7:00PM Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce 120 East Main Street Ligonier, PA 15658 Admission: Free (724) 238-4200 • ligonier.com/events.php

Washington Antiques Fair Washington Wild Things Park Washington, PA 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 724-942-0357 • washingtonantiquesfair.com

Hands on Cooking: Baking Sunday May 28th 2017 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm My Kitchen 3391 Grafton Road, Morgantown, WV,

Albert Gallatin River Festival. Point Marion, PA. Includes 5K Race, fireworks, food, carnival and more. A community celebration in Point Marion, Pennsylvania every year on Memorial Day Weekend.


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May 29 cont.

May 30 cont.

Jun. 2

Memorial Day Chicken BBQ

Blue Star Museums :

Bike Night

May 30, 2017 - Sep 3, 2017 Recurring daily The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 221 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org/ event/blue-star-museums-2/

The SpringHouse • Washington, PA 1:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 724-228-3339 • springhousemarket.com

May 29 Memorial Day Flea Market at Sampey Park : May 29, 2017 @ From: 9:00AM to 3:00PM Presented By: Perryopolis Parks & Recreation Authority Sampey Park Pavillion Corner of Independence Street and Adams Street Perryopolis, PA 15473 (724) 875-6361 • perryfm2017@gmail.com

Kelly Miller Circus May 29 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm & 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

724-627-3204 • www.greenecountyhistory.org

Memorial Day Military Appreciation Cook Out Monday May 29th 2017 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Triple S Harley-Davidson 7300 Willie G Avenue, Westover, WV,

Canonsburg Farmers Market

May 31

Sandyvale Memorial Gardens & Conservancy Memorial Day Event

3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Northwest Savings Bank Parking Lot Canonsburg, PA • 724-745-1812

Waynesburg Farmers Market

May 29, 2017 @ From: 10:00AM to 2:00PM Sandyvale Wine Festival 80 Hickory Street Johnstown, PA 15902 (814) 536-7993 • www. sandyvalememorialgardens.org/

May 31 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Waynesburg Prosperous & Beautiful 10 East High Street•Waynesburg, PA 15370 724-627-8119 • www.waynesburgpa.org/

William Matheny and Swarming Bees

Memorial Day Parade in Elizabeth.

Wednesday May 31st 2017 10:00 pm 123 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV,

See www.downtownelizabeth.com for information.

Jun. 1

Greene County Fairgrounds 107 Fairgrounds Road• Waynesburg, PA 15370

Friday June 2nd 2017 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Triple S Harley-Davidson 7300 Willie G Avenue, Westover, WV,

May 30

Main Street Farmers Market 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.• msfm.org Community Pavilion•Washington, PA

Small Group Farm Tour Day The SpringHouse • Washington, PA 9:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. 724-228-3339 springhousemarket.com

Unhinged and Uncensored Thursday June 1st 2017 3:00 pm Triple S Harley-Davidson 7300 Willie G Avenue, Westover, WV,

First Friday Washington featuring Metro

Band

5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Community Pavilion • Washington, PA 15301 724-223-2622 • fridays.o-r.press/#

All-Clad Factory Outlet Sale Friday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Washington County Fairgrounds• Washington, PA all-clad.com

Chicago The Musical :

Jun 2, 2017 - Jun 3, 2017 Daily @ 8:00PM The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $20, $25, $30 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/chicago/

Smoketown Inn

June 3rd

of Lancaster County

Nestled On Original Amish Homestead

Traditional Social Dancing and Singing June 3rd Atlatl Saturday Competition, Iroquois Storytelling.

New Suites

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Locally Owned & Operated Mike & Linda Martin Innkeepers 190 East Brook Road Smoketown, PA 17576 (In the Heart of Lancaster County)

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Jun. 3 cont.

Jun. 3 cont.

Jun. 4

Riviera Ribfest in Fredericktown.

28th Annual Convention Old Morgantown Glass Show and Sale

Greene County Walk To End Alzheimer’s Benefit Car Show

Noon till sold out. 578 Front St., Fredericktown, PA 15333, 724-377-1480

Fleatique on Main Street in Monongahela

Jun. 2 cont. Doo Wop Weekend :

Jun 2, 2017 - Jun 3, 2017 Recurring daily Seven Springs Mountain Resort 777 Waterwheel Drive Seven Springs, PA 15622 • www.7springs.com/events/doo-wop-weekendfriday/

SummerSounds :

Jun 2, 2017 - Aug 25, 2017 Recurring weekly on Friday @ Starting: 7:00PM SummerSounds St. Clair Park Greensburg, PA 15601 • summersounds.com/band_calendar.php

Jun. 3 Tiny Tim Tomato Project at Bowlby Library June 6 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Eva K. Bowlby Public Library 11 N. West Street• Waynesburg, PA 15370 724-627-9776 • http://www.evakbowlby.org

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8:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.. Since 1999, features a city wide antique, flea market and craft sale. Antique dealers in Chess Park Gazebo, crafters and flea market vendors at Aquatorium lot and 2½ mile flea and yard sale along Main Street. Also includes food booths and entertainment. 724-258-5919 monongahelaareachamber.org

Monongahela Farmer’s Markets begin in Chess Park. 3-6.

National Trail Day Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. McDonald Trail Station • McDonald, PA 724-926-4617• mcdonaldtrailstation.com

Peters Township Community Relay for Life Peters Township Middle School• McMurray, PA 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m. 724-222-9319

June 4 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Carmichaels High School Baseball Field Carmichaels, PA 15320 724-984-3505 facebook.com/greenecopawalk2endalz/

Saturday June 3rd 2017 - Sunday June 4th 2017 10:00 am $5•Westover VFW 340 Holland Avenue, Morgantown, WV,

Rebels of the River Paddle Race

Golf FORE Life Tournament Thursday June 8th 2017 12:00 pm $150 Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa 1 Lakeview Drive, Morgantown, WV,

Saturday June 3rd 2017 All Day $65 Philippi, WV,

Natural Water Systems of the WVBG

28th Annual Convention Old Morgantown Glass Show and Sale

Sunday June 4th 2017 1:00 pm West Virginia Botanic Garden 1061 Tyrone Road, Morgantown, WV,

Saturday June 3rd 2017 - Sunday June 4th 2017 10:00 am Westover VFW 340 Holland Avenue, Morgantown, WV,

“Roaring 20s” Garden Party:

20th Anniversary Celebration - Cornhole, Live Music, Cookout, Moonshine & Wine :

Jun 3, 2017 @ Starting: 4:00PM Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art One Boucher Lane and Route 711 South Ligonier, PA 15658 Admission: $125 per person (724) 238-6015 • sama-art.org/events/index. htm

1700’s Weekend:

Jun 3, 2017 - Jun 4, 2017 Recurring daily @ From: 10:00AM to 5:00PM Somerset Historical Center 10649 Somerset Pike Somerset, PA 15501 • www.somersethistoricalcenter.org/

Jun 4, 2017 @ Starting: 12:00PM Christian W. Klay Winery Christian W. Klay Winery, Inc. 412 Fayette Springs Road Chalk Hill, PA 15421 Admission: $25 per person (724) 439-3424 • www.cwklaywinery.com/ events/20th-anniversary-celebration-cornholecookout-moonshine-wine/

Bridging the Gap Celebration:

For more information, call 724-268-3199 Antiques on the Diamond: or 724-875-0971Fly-Fishing 101 Jun 3, 2017 @ From: 8:00AM to 3:00PM Ligonier Valley Chamber of Commerce 120 East Main Street Ligonier, PA 15658 Admission: Free (724) 238-4200 • ligonier.com/events.php

Largest award-winning co-op in the Valley, For more information, KASHMIR (Tribute to Led of the most unique call 724-268-31993orfloors 724-875-0971 Zeppelin) In Concert at Lamp Theatre: Largest award-winningand co-op in the Valley,antiquesThe affordable and Jun 3, 2017 @ Starting: 8:00PM 3 floors of the mostUT-7113801V01 unique andcollectibles affordable antiques The Lamp Theatre around! 222 Main Street Irwin, PA 15642 and collectibles around!

For Your Special Events, weAdmission: are$30 (724) 367-4000 • lamptheatre.org/ Celebrate our accommodating groups of 10 now Laurelville Open House: 4 year anniversary or more for after hours buying. Jun 3, 2017 @ From: 1:00PM to 4:00PM 941 with usBy as we offer appointment only - Call forLaurelville Details! Lane Mount Pleasant, PA 15666

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special sales, weekly Admission: Free LAYAWAYS drawings, an outdoor • DELIVERY • CLEAN-OUTS (724) 423-2056 • www.laurelville.org/ promotions/ flea market and much Broad Ave.,theBelle & :Sun: more during entire Vernon • Tues-Sat Yin Yoga10-5 Workshop Jun 3, 2017 @ From: 2:00PM to 3:30PM month of June!

LAYAWAYS • DELIVERY • CLEAN-OUTS 921 Broad Ave., Belle Vernon • Tues-Sat 10-5 & Sun: 12-4

1001 Lafayette Drive Farmington, PA 15437 Admission: $95 Per Person (724) 329-6411 • www.nemacolin.com/eventscalendar?date=06%2F01%2F2017&endDate=0 9%2F04%2F2017#Event_793

Jun 4, 2017 @ From: 1:00PM to 3:00PM The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 221 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org/event/ bridging-the-gap-celebration/ Jun 4, 2017 @ From: 3:00PM to 4:00PM Seven Springs Mountain Resort 777 Waterwheel Drive Seven Springs, PA 15622 • www.7springs.com/events/fly-fishing-101/

Mammoth Fest :

Jun 4, 2017 @ From: 11:00AM to 7:00AM Mammoth Park • 254 County Park Road Mt. Pleasant, PA 15666 • ºAdmission: Free (724) 830-3950 • www.co.westmoreland.pa.us/ index.aspx?nid=759

Monessen Amphitheater Summer Concert :

Jun 4, 2017 @ Starting: 2:00PM Monessen City Park Amphitheater 1918 Grand Boulevard Monessen, PA 15062 Admission: Free • www.monessenamphitheater. com

Olivia Newton-John : 12-4

Jun 4, 2017 @ Starting: 7:00PM The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $58, $68, $88, $95, $125 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/olivia-newton-john/


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Jun. 8 “Proof” by the Little Lake Theatre The Little Lake Theatre • Canonsburg, PA Thursday-Saturday 8:00 p.m. 724-745-6300• littlelake.org

Jun 5, 2017 - Jun 9, 2017 Recurring every week day @ From: 9:00AM to 12:00PM The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 221 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $75 for Museum members, $90 non-members (724) 837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org/event/ childrens-summer-art-camp-for-ages-6-7-fungames/

Jun. 6 Friday Family Walk Friday June 9th 2017 10:00 am to 12:00 pm West Virginia Botanic Garden 1061 Tyrone Road, Morgantown, WV,

Shorty Circuits Friday June 9th 2017 10:00 am to 2:30 pm $20 Morgantown Public Library 373 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV,

Moving the Line featuring Christian Cox Friday June 9th 2017 - Saturday June 10th 2017 9:00 pm M.T. Pockets Theatre• 203 Parsons Street, Morgantown, WV,

Summer Camp at Cedar Creek Park : Jun 6, 2017 - Aug 8, 2017 Recurring weekly on Tuesday @ From: 9:00AM to 4:00PM AdventureTRAC Admission: $60/day (412) 554-3829 • adventuretrac.org

Jun. 7 Lincoln Highway SupperMarket : Jun 7, 2017 - Aug 30, 2017 Recurring weekly on Wednesday @ From: 5:00AM to 8:00PM Presented By: Lincoln Highway Experience Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor 3435 State Route 30 East Latrobe, PA 15650 Admission: $3 per car for parking (724) 879-4241 • lincolnhighwaysuppermarket.org/index.php

Connellsville

316 W. Crawford Ave Connellsville, PA 15425

Jun. 9

724-603-3400 Free Wine Tasting Daily

Riverfest

June 9 @ 5:00 pm - 11:55 pm 137 Main Street Rices Landing, PA 15357 724-592-6055 Brought back in 2013 with the help of event sponsor EQT as well as other supporters, this year’s Riverfest promises to be a great event. Live music, crafts, food, and kids activities. Tickets are a mere $5.00 for a really fun day! www.co.greene.pa.us/secured/gc2/depts/eo/ twp/riceslanding.htm

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Children’s Summer Art Camp (For ages 6-7): Fun & Games :

Thursday June 8th 2017 - Sunday June 11th 2017 7:30 pm $14 West Virginia Public Theatre• 369 High Street, Morgantown, WV,

Visit Our Website: www.greenhousewinery.com

Architectural Tour & Picnic at Polymath Park :

Jun 9, 2017 @ Starting: 4:00PM Frank Lloyd Wright’s Duncan House at Polymath Park 187 Evergreen Lane Acme, PA 15610 Admission: $125 • www. franklloydwrightovernight.net/

Elizabeth Homemade Market opens 9:00 to 1:00 pm on Water Street in Elizabeth. Second Saturday of each month through October. Locally grown fresh produce, prepared foods, meats and homemade gifts. See www.downtownelizabeth.com for information.

-Be A Part Of Our Outdoor QUEST Adventure-

Build your own outdoor Quest experience! You choose from backcountry camping, canoe/kayaking, biking and hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, nature interpretation, rappelling and so much more. Enjoy the great outdoors!

Jun. 10 Fishing Derby

at Monongahela Aquatorium

Belmont

The Meadows Casino • Racetrack • Hotel Washington, PA • meadowsgaming.com

Lil Uzi Vert & Friends featuring Wiz Khalifa

Cairo, WV | 304-643-2931

Washington Wild Things Park• Washington, PA washingtonwildthings.com

Strawberry Festival Trax Farms• Finleyville, PA 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 412-835-3246• traxfarms.com

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Jun. 5

Young Frankenstein

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Jun. 10 cont.

Jun. 10 cont.

Gallery Talk with Tim Prentice :

6th Annual Paws 4 Life 5K Walk/Run :

Inside Ligonier ~ A Home Tour :

Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 10:00AM to 4:00PM Presented By: Lincoln Highway Experience Admission: $25 per person (724) 879-4241 • ligonierhometour.org/

Swap Meet Saturday June 10th 2017 10:30 am to 4:30 pm Triple S Harley-Davidson 7300 Willie G Avenue, Westover, WV,

Laurel Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty :

Spring Bird Walk

MHS Images Show Choir Elimination Dinner

Saturday June 10th 2017 7:30 am West Virginia Botanic Garden 1061 Tyrone Road, Morgantown, WV

Saturday June 10th 2017 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm $20 VFW Westover• 340 Holland Avenue, Morgantown, WV,

Daddy and Me Workshop : Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 10:00AM to 5:00PM Somerset Historical Center 10649 Somerset Pike Somerset, PA 15501 • www.somersethistoricalcenter.org/

Marv Ashby & High Octane!

Ethnic Food Festival & Spring Craft Show :

Saturday June 10th 2017 6:00 pm $5 Mason-Dixon Historical Park • Core, WV,

Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 9:00AM to 3:00PM Presented By: Irwin Business & Professional Association Downtown Irwin Main Street Irwin, PA 15642 Admission: Free (412) 877-3498 • www.downtownirwin.com/ upcoming-events/2016/6/11/ethnic-foodfestival-spring-craft-show

Charlie Engleka & Alexander Merandi Concert Saturday June 10th 2017 7:00 pm $5 Preston Community Arts Center• Kingwood, WV,

From Backyard to Black Tie, the Historic Stone House is the premiere caterer throughout the Laurel Highlands and Greater Ohiopyle regions! Catering Packages Available Call for Details — Showers, Weddings, Bereavements, Office Parties, Milestone Events — Will cater ANY event in the PA, WV, MD tri-state area!

Monday Mexican WEDNESDAY Night 4-9pm WING Tuesday Pasta NIGHT Night 4-9pm 4-9pm GET YOUR CRAFT BEER DRAFT TO GO IN AN OFFICIAL PINT OR GROWLER

Jun. 10 cont. Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 1:00PM to 2:00PM The Westmoreland Museum of American Art 221 North Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 (724) 837-1500 • thewestmoreland.org/event/ gallery-talk-with-tim-prentice/

Jun. 10 cont.

THURSDAY

STEAK NIGHT 4-9pm

FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

Chef Jeremy Critchfield’s FABULOUS WEEKEND FEATURES

BEST BLOODY MARYS ON THE MOUNTAIN

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Tavern & Restaurant Hours: Mon-Thurs 4pm-9pm | Fri 11am-10pm | Sat 11am-10pm | Sun 11am-9pm 3023 National Pike | Farmington, PA | www.stonehouseinn.com | 724.329.8876

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Jun 10, 2017 @ 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $15, $20, $25 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/laurel-ballets-sleeping-beauty/

Laurel Hill Adventure Race :

Jun 10, 2017 @ Starting: 8:30AM Presented By: Friends of Laurel Hill State Park Laurel Hill State Park Laurel Hill Lake beach 1454 Laurel Hill Park Road Somerset, PA 15501 Admission: April 1, 2017, 12:00am EDT May 14, 2017, 11:59pm EDT $50.00 Race Fee + $4.00 SignUp Fee May 15, 2017, 12:00am EDT June 1, 2017, 11:59pm EDT $60.00 Race Fee + $4.50 SignUp Fee (724) 987-3597 • performance-kayak.com

Jun 10, 2017 @ Starting: 8:00AM Presented By: Nemacolin Wooflands Pet Resort & Spa Nemacolin Woodlands Resort 1001 Lafayette Drive Farmington, PA 15437 • www.nemacolin.com/eventscalendar#Event_445

Main Winery 2nd Anniversary Party:

Jun 10, 2017 @ Starting: 6:00PM Greenhouse Winery 2155 Gracin Lane (GPS 1048 Pinewood Road) Irwin, PA 15642 Admission: Free (734) 446-5000 • www.greenhousewinery.com

Mr. Speed - The World’s Greatest Kiss Tribute Band:

Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 8:00PM to 11:59PM The Lamp Theatre 222 Main Street Irwin, PA 15642 Admission: $25 (724) 367-4000 • lamptheatre.org

See It. Believe It. Be It. Workshop at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort :

Jun 10, 2017 @ From: 9:00AM to 3:00PM Nemacolin Woodlands Resort 1001 Lafayette Drive Farmington, PA 15437 Admission: $249 Per Person (724) 329-8555 • www.nemacolin.com/eventscalendar#Event_767


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Jun. 11 cont.

Jun. 12

Zac Brown Band

Super Hero and Princess Days at Living Treasures in the Laurel Highlands:

KeyBank Pavilion• Burgettstown, PA 7:00 p.m. 724-947-7400 livenation.com/venues/14423/keybank-pavilion

Jun 12, 2017 - Jun 16, 2017 Recurring daily @ From: 10:00AM to 6:00PM Living Treasures Wild Animal Park Living Treasures Animal Park 288 Route 711 Jones Mills, PA 15646 (724) 593-8300 • www.ltanimalpark.com/ special-events-laurel-highlands

Antiques & Collectibles Market :

Jun. 11

Washington Antiques Fair Washington Wild Things Park Washington, PA 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 724-942-0357• washingtonantiquesfair.com

Concerts in the Loft Sunday June 11th 2017 6:00 pm Wesley United Methodist Church 503 High Street, Morgantown, WV,

Jun 11, 2017 @ Starting: 7:30AM Historic Hanna’s Town 809 Forbes Trail Road Greensburg, PA 15601 • www.westmorelandhistory.org/index.php/ hannas-town/antiques-collectibles/

Jun. 13 An Evening with Toto:

Acoustics on the Lawn:

Jun 13, 2017 @ Starting: 7:30PM The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: $52, $62, $72 ($5 additional per ticket day of show) (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/toto/

Jun 11, 2017 @ From: 1:00PM to 4:00PM Stone House Restaurant & Country Inn 3023 National Pike Farmington, PA 15437 Admission: Free (724) 329-8876 • www.stonehouseinn.com/ events-page/2017/6/11/acoustics-on-the-lawn

Steve Solomon’s: My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy:

Beginners Guide to Plant Identification

Sunday June 11th 2017 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm West Virginia Botanic Garden 1061 Tyrone Road, Morgantown, WV,

Jun. 14 Gaelic Storm:

Jun 11, 2017 @ Starting: 3:00PM Presented By: Latshaw Productions The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: Tickets start at $25 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/steve-solomon-therapy/

Jun 14, 2017 @ Starting: 7:30PM The Palace Theatre 21 West Otterman Street Greensburg, PA 15601 Admission: VIP Meet & Greet $42 (includes show ticket), $19, $23, $28 (724) 836-8000 • www.thepalacetheatre.org/ concerts-events/gaelic-storm/

Main Winery

Dead and Company KeyBank Pavilion• Burgettstown, PA 7:00 p.m. 724-947-7400 livenation.com/venues/14423/keybank-pavilion

Main Street Farmers Market Community Pavilion• Washington, PA 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. msfm.org

Hike the Park Wednesday June 14th 2017 6:00 pm Mason-Dixon Historical Park• Core, WV,

2017 Lecture Series - What is Organic Architecture, Anyway? : Jun 15, 2017 @ Starting: 2:00PM Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater 1491 Mill Run Road Route 381 South Mill Run, PA 15464 • fallingwater.org/

Miners’ Memorial Day Festival: Jun 15, 2017 - Jun 18, 2017 Recurring daily Eureka Coal Heritage Foundation Downtown Festival Area Downtown Festival Area Windber, PA 15963 • echf.windberpa.org/

Enjoy White Water Rafting-Ages 7 and up -Paintball- No Experience Necessary Rock Climbing Available Enjoy the Wonderful Outdoors! UT-7114082V01

1048 Pinewood Road, Irwin, PA 15642 (724) 446-5000 www.greenhousewinery.com

Jun. 15

Albright, WV 304-329-2024 Visit: www.cheatriveroutfitters.com for more information


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Jun. 16 2017 High Point Pro Motocross National

Friday June 16th 2017 - Sunday June 18th 2017 8:00 am to 8:00 pm $20• High Point Raceway •Mt Morris, PA,

Jun. 15 cont.

Main Street Kingwood Street Fair Friday June 16th 2017 All Day Kingwoood •Kingwood, WV,

Back to the Garden 1969 - The Woodstock Experience :

Jun 16, 2017 @ From: 7:30PM to 9:30PM The Arcadia Theater 1418 Graham Avenue Windber, PA 15963 Admission: $37 $33 $29 • arcadiawindber. com/events/

National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival: Jun 15, 2017 - Jun 17, 2017 From: 8:00AM to 8:00PM Fike Lane Addison, PA 15411 Admission: Free Admission www.carvingfest.confluencelions.org

Music in the Streetsº:

Jun 15, 2017 @ From: 5:00PM to 10:00PM Presented By: Irwin Business & Professional Association Downtown Irwin Main Street Irwin, PA 15642 • www.downtownirwin.com/upcomingevents/2016/1/14/art-jazz-night

MUSIC on the PORCH Friday Night :

Apr 28, 2017 - Aug 31, 2018 Recurring weekly on Friday @ From: 6:30PM to 10:00PM McCali Manor & Tavern 462 West Main Street Mount Pleasant, PA 15666 Admission: Free (724) 547-4121 • www.McCaliManor.com

Jun. 17 Beer & Gear Festival :

Jun 17, 2017 Wilderness Voyageurs • 103 Garrett Street Ohiopyle, PA 15470 (800) 272-4141 • wilderness-voyageurs.com/

We sell kayaks and surf skis and the equipment to gear you up for the water. From fishing, recreational, to racing kayaks and standup paddleboards. We give you personal one-to-one attention to find the right kayak, surfski, or SUP to fit your needs and ability. We have everything that you will need from the kayak to hauling it with ease. Two locations West Newton & Brookville.

PERFORMANCE KAYAK 334 Buddtown Rd West Newton, PA 15089 724-987-3597 hansel@performance-kayak.com

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www.performance-kayak.com

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MAY

5/25-5/28 – Greensburg Community Days

5/27 – Hogtoberfest – Punxsutawney

5/27-5/28 – Flickerfest – Kane

5/26-5/27 – Fryburg Mayfest

5/27 – Geranium Festival – Connellsville

5/26-5/28 – Red, White, and Brew Festival – Uniontown

5/27 – Delaney Chevrolet Westsylvania Jazz & Blues Festival – Indiana

5/29 – Memorial Day Celebration – Pittsburgh

5/26-5/28 – Troika Russian Festival – Erie

5/27-5/28 – LionFire Festival – Slippery Rock

6/2-6/3 – Happy Valley Music Fest – State College

Butler

JUNE

5/31-6/3 – Erie’s Wild Rib Cook Off and Music Festival

6/16-6/18 – St. Therese Church Festival – Johnstown

6/2-6/4 – Darlington Days

6/10 – Ethnic Festival and Spring Craft Show – Irwin

6/2-6/4 – Canal Days Festival – Saltsburg

6/10 – Strattanville Fireman’s Day

6/2-6/4 – Polkafest – Johnstown

6/10 – Garrison Day Show and Sale – Beaver

6/17 – Bloom and Berry Bash – Clearfield

6/2-6/11 – Three Rivers Arts Festival – Pittsburgh

6/10-6/11 – Jimmy Stewart Airport Festival – Indiana

6/17 – Coalport Street Fair 6/17 – Wine Time at the Colony – Saxonburg

6/3 – Strawberry Festival – Allison Park

6/10-6/11 – Proudly Made in Pennsylvania Wild Arts Fest – Benezette

6/17-6/18 – Blairsville Riverfront Music Festival

6/11 – Kids’ Fest – Edinboro

6/17-6/18 – Franklin Blues and Barbecue Festival

6/13-6/16 – Pittsburgh Greek Festival at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Church

6/17-6/18 – Whispering Pines Summer Festival in the Woods – Cabot

6/3 – Steel City PizzaFest – Pittsburgh 6/3 – Great Eastern Arts Festival – Everett 6/3 – Bellefonte Children’s Fair 6/3 – Tri-Town Homecoming – Dawson 6/4 – Mammoth Fest – Mount Pleasant Township 6/5-6/10 – All Saints Greek Food Festival – Canonsburg 6/7-6/10 – New Galilee Carnival (former Potato Festival) 6/9-6/10 – Riverfest – Rices Landing 6/9-6/10 – Strawberry Festival – McConnellsburg 6/9-6/10 – Oil Region Indie Music Festival – Oil City 6/9-6/11 – Strawberry Days – Grove City 6/9-6/11 – Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival –

6/15-6/17 – Lake City Fire Company Carnival 6/15-6/17 – National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival – Addison 6/15-6/17 – Smoked Country Jam – Cross Fork 6/15-6/18 – Miner’s Memorial Day Festival – Windber 6/16 – Strawberry Festival – Ridgway 6/16-6/17 – Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival – Ligonier 6/16-6/18 – Western Pennsylvania Italian Festival – Monroeville 6/16-6/18 – Pittsburgh International JazzLive Festival

6/16-6/18 – St. Bruno Parish Festival – South Greensburg

6/22 – Wheels and Wings – Ebensburg 6/22-6/25 – Thunder in the Valley – Johnstown 6/22-6/25 – Western Pennsylvania Laurel Festival – Brookville 6/23-6/24 – Plum Community Festival 6/23-6/25 – Pennsylvania Rib Fest – Greensburg 6/23-6/25 – Bullskin Opry Bluegrass Festival – Mount Pleasant 6/23-6/25 – Greek Food Festival – Oakmont List Courtesy of ohiofestivals.net

Did you go exploring outside today? We’d love to see what you were up to. Email aelsbury@heraldstandard.com if you have an outdoor adventure, photo or video you’d like to share with GoXplore.


BENDER MEMORIAL RIDE SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 2017

In honor of our dear friend, Jim “BENDER” Bendishaw, we are holding our 11th Annual Memorial Ride and would like to invite everyone to participate and pay tribute to a friend who is greatly missed. All proceeds after expenses will be donated to It’s All About the Warrior Foundation.

REGISTRATION AT: PARKER MOTOR SPORTS 75 East Fayette Street, Uniontown 9:00am to 11:30am

MINIMUM DONATION: $15.00 PER PERSON

RIDE ORGANIZED BY THE JIM BENDISHAW MEMORIAL FUND, INC.

Ride Schedule Leaves at Noon

• PARKER MOTOR SPORTS • JUMONVILLE CROSS OF CHRIST BLESSING OF THE BIKES

• CHUB’S PLACE

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FOOD VENDOR ON SITE

CONTACT INFO:

Pam 724-317-5409 • Dan 724-557-0970

EVERYONE WELCOME! Bike • Car • Truck

Rain or Shine

• WHARTON CLUB • FAIRCHANCE VFW POST 7219 • HUTCHINSON SPORTSMEN CLUB PICNIC STYLE MEAL

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