This was a message from our local homeschool group. I wanted to put it here so I could look at it and be reminded what’s coming up!
Bantam Jeep Year-Long 70th Birthday Celebration Kicks Off Summer 2010
Jeep enthusiasts, automotive and military history buffs and thousands of visitors will make their way to Butler County to celebrate the Bantam Jeep’s 70th birthday throughout 2010 and 2011. Butler is the birthplace of the Jeep. The Bantam Jeep was developed and produced in 1941 by Butler’s American Bantam Car Company in response to the U.S. Army’s request for an all-purpose military vehicle. Nearly 3,000 Jeeps were produced at Bantam’s Butler factory.
To celebrate the Jeep’s 70th birthday, a year-long celebration will begin June 2010 and culminate with the first Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival August 12-14, 2011. The festival will feature off-roading opportunities, historical displays, a Jeep parade/cruise and other events.
there is information on an antique gun show
OF COURSE PENNS COLONY!!
it is about an hour and 58 min drive, but awesome looking
Butler County Farm Tour
October 2: Butler County Farm Tour. Ever wonder what its like to live on a farm? Take the Butler County Farm. This drive-it-yourself tour is both fun and educational. There are special hands-on activities for young visitors and both young and old will learn about the importance of agriculture. This year, it will be held in the southern part of Butler County. 724-287-4761.
Festival of Wood
08/07/2010 through 08/08/2010
A celebration of the natural and cultural heritage of wood. Handmade wood crafts, educational programs, exhibits, music, art, programs, food, children’s activities, magic show, lectures and films, chainsaw and sawmill demonstrations and more. The festival is free to the public. Mansion tours are available, fees apply.
Web Address: http://www.fs.fed.us/gt
Tionesta Indian Festival
08/14/2010 through 08/22/2010
Family oriented festival with activities for people of all ages. Trash & treasure sales, basketball, dodge ball and volley ball tournaments, pet parade, riding lawn mower races, kiddy parade, nightly entertainment, food, arts and crafts and fireworks. Annual parade held on Sat, Aug. 21st at 11:00 a.m. and fireworks on the same night at 9:30 p.m.
Web Address: http://www.forestcounty.com
Voice: (814) 755-3531
More Local Information
Northwest Pennsylvania’s Great Outdoors Visitors Bureau
Oil Creek & Titusville RR, Anniversary Celebration
Celebrate the Oil Creek & Titusville Railroads anniversary at Perry Street Station, Titusville, from 10 am till noon and then onboard the train from 1 pm 4 pm,
Web Address: http://www.octrr.org
More Local Information
Oil Region Alliance of Business, Industry & Tourism