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Area Festivals Yield Big Recycling Numbers Area Festivals Yield Big Recycling Numbers
13 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Last week was a big one for festivals in Centre County — and for local recycling efforts. [Read More]
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Arts Fest Inspires Celebration, Passion in Artists and Attendees Arts Fest Inspires Celebration, Passion in Artists and Attendees
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“With all the murals we do around the world, we are just the brush,” internationally renowned painter Michael Pilato says. “The community is the artist.” [Read More]

Beaver Stadium Tours Available Arts Fest Weekend Beaver Stadium Tours Available Arts Fest Weekend
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“It feels very different when you’re on the field looking up compared to when you’re in the stands looking down,” Joe Adameck says. “It gives you a new perspective on just how big the stadium really is.” [Read More]

California Sculptor Turns Fine Sand Into Fine Art at Arts Fest California Sculptor Turns Fine Sand Into Fine Art at Arts Fest
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“For some reason, I love the impermanence of working with sand,” professional sand sculptor Greg Glenn says. “Either you’re here and you see it or you don’t. Either way, it’s not coming back.” [Read More]

Arts Fest Brings Alumni, Students Back to State College Arts Fest Brings Alumni, Students Back to State College
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
There is something there for all art aficionados -- scarves, chairs, belts, mirrors, sculptures, paintings, and much, much more. There is even music, dance and theatrical performances in outdoor and indoor venues. [Read More]

People's Choice Festival Remains Favorite Among Many Locals People's Choice Festival Remains Favorite Among Many Locals
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
Both festivals have pottery, jewelry, woodwork and paintings for sale. Both have live music and every food item imaginable available for purchase. Both occur at the same time each year. But the People’s Choice Festival has emerged as a favorite among some locals, who say they prefer it because the [Read More]

Budding Artists Take Center Stage at Arts Fest Budding Artists Take Center Stage at Arts Fest
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
Children sold a wide array of homemade items, including pillows, bracelets, chalk, picture frames, ribbons, flip flops and hats. "I like that so many of us get to show off our artistic skills each Arts Fest," says 11-year-old Lydia Tack. [Read More]

Arts Fest Goes Digital With New App Arts Fest Goes Digital With New App
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff
The app displays locations for each artist and performance venue, and can tell you which artists and performances are closest to you. If you find an event you like, you can bookmark it and get a reminder an hour before the event starts. [Read More]

Sunshine Expected for Arts Fest Celebration Sunshine Expected for Arts Fest Celebration
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
"In general the weather is looking pretty good," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Tom Kines says. "It should make for a nice festival." [Read More]

Arts Fest Gets Underway Giving Children Chance to Shine Arts Fest Gets Underway Giving Children Chance to Shine
275 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
There are a million and one sports opportunities, especially here in the Centre region, for kids and the arts are not as available. This is a way to introduce kids to making art," says Rick Bryant, executive director of the festival. [Read More]

Recycling Efforts Boosted for Arts Fest Recycling Efforts Boosted for Arts Fest
276 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
"Trash does cost taxpayers a lot of money," Fey says. "People just think it goes away but there's a real cost to it. If we can reduce that cost, by doing something simple, we're saving money that would go to a landfill. Taxpayers are paying money to do that." [Read More]

Arts Festival Quickly Taking Shape Arts Festival Quickly Taking Shape
276 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Erin O'Leary, owner of the Old State Clothing company, says the festival brings in lots of business. "Arts Fest for this location is bigger than a football weekend because we're right in the heart of it," she says. [Read More]

Alumni Can Relive Glory Days With Arts Fest Stay in Penn State Dorm Alumni Can Relive Glory Days With Arts Fest Stay in Penn State Dorm
276 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jessica Tully
At $52 for a single room and $92 for a double, the price is hard to beat for any alumnus craving the familiarity of a Twin XL bed. "We love Penn State. We love coming back," Ernst says. "It was fun staying in the dorms because our kids got a kick out of it. We do too." [Read More]

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