Newsletter for July 8th - July 15th
Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts
State College is abuzz
with activity this weekend. Arts Fest has returned and will bring over 125,
000 people to downtown State College and the University Park campus.
Come celebrate the arts with the nationally recognized Sidewalk Sale
and Exhibition, sand sculpture, great music, theatrical performances,
children activities and all sorts of food choices!
You can find all your Arts Fest information by using our Online Arts Festival Guide. You can look at and share photos, make comments in the blog view the Live Arts Fest Camera and of course see all the events happening at the Festival.
People's Choice Festival
While at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts don't forget to stop over in Boalsburg for the People's Choice Festival.
This annual arts festival features some of the very best of
Pennsylvania artisians. Food, fun and family entertainment in a
park-like setting on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Military Museum.
Versatile's Education is Music Festival
Tussey Mountain comes alive with music this weekend (7/11-12)! Join us for two days of multi-cultural music and diversity inclusion
for the good of education. Portions of the proceeds will go to our local
Philipsburg Heritage Days
Heritage Days is a week-long event that is held the week after the 4th
of July. This year's celebration will be held July 7th through the 12th
and will be the 12th annual celebration. Visit Heritage Days and see what a wonderful community Philipsburg, has to offer.
Lift For Life
Members of the 2009 Penn State football squad are
preparing to participate in the Seventh Annual Uplifting Athletes "Lift
For Life" event, which has quickly become one of the summer highlight
events in the State College community. This year's event is scheduled for Friday, July 10, from 2:00-7:00 p.m. in Holuba Hall. More than 90 Nittany Lion football student-athletes will test their
strength and endurance in this 11-exercise competition that, last year, raised more
than $70,000 for the Kidney Cancer Association.
How many days long was the first CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS?
Last week's answer:
Florida - (What state led the nation in watermelon production last year (861 million pounds)?)
Cloudy, cold; a snow shower in the p.m.
Variable clouds; breezy, not as cold
A little snow and sleet in the afternoon
Rain or snow showers possible
Intervals of clouds and sun
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