The Arrowhead Chapter of Trout Unlimited is a cold water conservation and education organization focusing on the protection and restoration of local trout streams and watersheds.
The Marshall House, administered by the Dayton Area Local History Society, is open by appointment for tours. The society also serves homestyle meals for groups, reunions, etc. by reservation. Members of the society not only serve the meals, but also provide enjoyable vocal entertainment. At Christmas time, the house is appropriately decorated with trees in different rooms.
There’s something for everyone in your family at the annual Great Dayton Fair — livestock judging, live music, harness racing, truck and tractor pulls, livestock auction, drag racing, demolition derby, amusement rides, a rodeo, and so much more! Week passes and day passes are available in advance, or you can pay admission upon entry.
Open seven days a week, Edgewood Winery & Event Center has something for everyone. They are known for our wide variety of events and, of course, their wine! They have over twenty wines and locally made liquors, beer, and moonshine. Edgewood Winery is also a gorgeous setting to host your next special event. With a capacity of 130 inside the winery and 80 on the patio, this space is perfect for a baby or bridal shower, anniversary party, wedding, or other special occasions. The cost of the venue includes a bartender for your event, and outside caterers are permitted. There is also a pavilion available.
This serene private park situated along Crooked Creek is available for picnics, parties, showers, and other events. There are two pavilions located on-site, and overnight camping is permitted upon approval. You can also access the creek for paddling or fishing.
The Ford City Renaissance Community Partnership harnesses a true sense of community and pride through the organization of community-wide events to establish a strong community identity, showcase the community’s local businesses, and create priceless memories to showcase the community at large. The FCRCP continues to build upon these values through annual community events, including Family FunFest, Ethnic Feastival, Armstrong County Labor Day Parade, and Fantasy of Lights Celebration. This all-volunteer organization shares a true passion for working together to attract new visitors, residents, and businesses to the area.
2022 marks the beginning of the next 50 years for the Fort Armstrong Folk Festival. This annual event pays tribute to Armstrong County’s heritage along the banks of the Allegheny River in Kittanning. Each August, the four-day festival features a handcrafted artist market, live music, historical entertainment and demonstrations, delicious festival food, and more.
Fort Armstrong Horseman’s Association provides education and eventing facilities to the equine community as well as other charitable organizations at the Crooked Creek Horse Park located in Manor Twp. The park,which includes a barn museum, camping, bath facilities, arenas, and riding trails, is 97.5 acres dedicated to equestrian activities.
2022 marks the 28th year for the Freeport International Baseball Invitational, an annual week-long baseball tournament that takes place at James E. Swartz Memorial Field in Freeport and other fields around Armstrong County. The event ends with an all-star game and fireworks on Saturday.
Founded in 1989 and located on the Steele Farmstead, Freeport Theatre Festival is a summer community theatre offering the cherished classics as well as original historical dramas written by playwright Rennick Steele.
We manufacture metal roofing, siding, and trim. Twenty-seven colors in stock. Orders can be picked up for delivered in as little as 1-2 days. We also stock all fasteners & accessories needed for installation.
Johnny Carpet is a family-operated and owned business with locations in Freeport & Vandergrift, PA, which works to provide flooring and flooring related services to the Pittsburgh area. Invest in new flooring to improve the looks, functionality, and value of your home. Find the floor coverings you need at Johnny Carpet. Our flooring company in Freeport offers a wide array of types, styles, texture, and colors of floor coverings at competitive prices.
Presented by the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber of Commerce, the Kittanning Boat Races: Riverbration is an annual weekend-long APBA powerboat racing event full of fun, excitement, and thrills for the whole family. This free event offers live entertainment, children’s activities, exhibitors, and other activities.
Kittanning Country Club offers golfers a challenging round on one of Western PA’s most highly regarded layouts. KCC is a private facility with a number of participation levels and features a pro shop, locker facilities, clubhouse, and banquet area. The venue, tucked within the rolling hills of Western Pennsylvania, also features a ballroom, large stone fireplace, and hardwood floors to create a warm and intimate atmosphere for up to 150 guests for your next event. Life is full of special moments worth celebrating, and no one understands that quite like Kittanning Country Club.
The Kittanning Public Library offers a wide selection of materials, a coffee café, free wi-fi, public computers, genealogy, and programs for all ages throughout the year. Stop in and browse their collection in a friendly, casual atmosphere.
The Leechburg Museum is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of all things Leechburg, PA. The Leechburg Area Museum was originally opened in a small yellow brick house at 116 First Street in 1976 as a project of the Heritage Division of the Bicentennial Committee of the Leechburg Area. Through the hard work and generosity of the community at large, the museum and its collections have grown a lot as the years have passed. On August 5th, 1991 the Leechburg Area Museum and Historical Society purchased the adjacent property at 118 First Street from Dr. Courtney Bishoff. The building, then a dentist’s office, was once the property of founder David L. Leech. Constructed in the 1830s and gifted to his son David F. Leech, the structure is among the oldest in town.
For over 50 years, Leechburg Area Pool (LAP) has been a source of community connection and recreation. Tucked away in a quiet wooded area of Gilpin-Leechburg Park, the public pool features a high dive, slide, sand volleyball court, giant checkerboard, Gaga ball pit, baby pool, and an ADA lift. Pavilions are available for rent, and there are themed nights held throughout the season.
Living Water Church’s mission is to transform individuals and the community with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Join us on Sundays at 10am and follow us on social media to join us on our mission.
Lock 5 Tavern, located in the heart of Freeport, serves up uncommon bar food and exceptional craft beer. There are daily food specials and monthly drink specials. They also offer an upstairs gaming area with multiple dart boards and a pool table.