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Saturday, September 15, 2012

Kinzua Bridge State Park ‘Fall Festival’Continues Sunday

Kinzua Bridge State Park ‘Fall Festival’ Continues Sunday--Free Admission

The 17th Kinzua Bridge State Park "Fall Festival" continues on Sunday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, rain or shine. Vendors will be set up in the wooded picnic area by the pavilion again this year. There will be more than 55 art, craft and food vendors and live musical performances. Most entertainment will take place in the pavilion. 

Sunday: 1 p.m., returning special guest vocalist Mackenzie James McGuire
Allegheny Mountainaires Traditional Square Dancing for all

2 pm.., ZEM ZEM cars

3 p.m., Festival Host Band with area's legendary country entertainer Darrel Goodman along
with several guest musicians Brian Burt Guitar, Mary Ann Burggraf Fiddle, Loretta Howard Vocals, Kory Parr Guitar, Hazel Rae Kelly Vocals.

All entertainers perform at the Fall Festival as a benefit for the Kinzua Bridge State Park.
There is a great variety of art and craft vendors including: photography, hand-made jewelry, embroidered products, knitted and crocheted goods, candles, painted wood crafts/toys, bird feeders, cloth items, Avon and spa products, scrapbooking/card making items, chain saw art, books, decorative home products, wood turned bowls, paintings, printed stationary, T-shirts, woven baskets, and purses. A large selection of food will also be available such as beef on wick, chili, italian sausage and philly steak sandwiches, chicken fingers, pulled pork, hamburgers, hot dogs, nachos, sweet corn, French fries, cookies, scones, cinnamon rolls, Amish-made goods, cotton candy, snokones and kettle korn. On Sunday, a chicken barbecue will be available by the Mt. Jewett Volunteer Fire Department.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

There sure was no where near 55 vendors. No where even close. It could have been a much better festival. Hard to get in and out of there. Lots of traffic but don't know if anything can be done about that.