Newsletter for July 22nd - July 29th
Last Cruise & Motorcycle Show
The 24th annual Last Cruise & Motorcycle Show is returning to the Mount Nittany Middle School, this Saturday, July 25. This event draws over 400 motor heads, car buffs and motorcycles to show off their impressive tricked out vehicles and bikes. The Corvette Club presents a People Choice Award, so vote for your
favorite Corvette! The biker games are a favorite among visitors. Enjoy
the day in Boalsburg; bring your appetite, blankets, chairs, family and
friends and check out the fun!
Living Historians portraying American combat and support troops in
Vietnam will interpret the late 1960's "in country” in Southeast Asia
on the grounds of the Pennsylvania Military Museum. Daily programs
include the opportunity to accompanying squads on short range patrols
and two tactical patrol ambush demonstrations at 1pm and 3pm each day (7/25-26). Bivouac open 10am to 4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
PSU Basketball Pool Party
The Penn State men's and women's basketball teams will be hosting a
pool party on Friday, July 24 from 1-4 p.m., at the outdoor pool
adjacent to McCoy Natatorium. Fans can join the Nittany Lion and Lady
Lion players for free food and prizes at the event. There is a $5
admission fee to the outdoor pool. Contests. prizes and free food!
Military Speaker Series
The Pennsylvania Military Museum continues their Military Speaker Series with author of the book “Nazi Saboteurs and the Horseshoe Curve.” Dennis Mcllnay. He will discuss the history of the Horseshoe Curve and its importance as a
target for sabotage by Germany.THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND. FREE
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