Sunday, May 17th is the annual Nature Festival 5K. The run will be held at beautiful Riverstone Farms! Come join us for a scenic run/walk along the Allegheny River! Registration will start at 8:30am and the race will begin at 10am.
For more information or to register for the event online, please visit here.
If you’d like to fill out an application and send it to us via mail, click here to download > 2015 Nature Festival 5K Run
We look forward to seeing you at the race!
It’s that time of year again! We will be holding our annual Nature Festival the weekend of May 16th and 17th, 2015.
The 5K will be held at Riverstone Estate on May 17th. Registration will begin at 8:30a.m. and the race will start at 10:00a.m.
You can print out an application by going to to the website here.
Or you can register online by going here.
You may also stop in by The Foxburg Inn Hotel to get an application form.
We can’t wait to see you!
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs Junior Women’s Club of Butler will be holding their 14th annual benefit, TWILIGHT MAGIC “Twilight in the Emerald Isle”. This event will take place Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Days In Butler Conference Center in Butler. The evening’s activities include silent auctions, basket raffle, appetizers, dinner, dancing and networking with friends of the community. Proceeds generated from this event will be gifted to the Butler County Alliance for Children, the Visiting Nurses Association-Western PA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County, Butler County Federated Library System and the Butler County Humane Society.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting their website at butlerjrwomens.com or by contacting Angela Corrado Hoppe at 412-295-2870.
Celebrated for their performances of “uncompromising power, intensity and spiritual depth”, the internationally acclaimed Alexander String Quartet will return to Lincoln Hall on Sunday, March 1 at 2:00pm with pianist, Alec Chien to open ARCA’s 2015 season. They promise to warm your hearts and lift late-winter spirits with passionate and soulful performances of master chamber works – truly world class music making right here in the Allegheny River Valley. Join us and be inspired by these consummate artists who critics have said “seemed not so much to be playing the music as breathing it.”
ARCA membership donations of $100 and above which are received before March 1 will entitle those Bronze and above members to attend a post-concert Meet the Artist reception at RiverStone Mansion with the Alexander String Quartet. You may Become a Member online entitling to you to experience this wine and cheese reception at the stately and beautiful RiverStone estate.
To reserve tickets for this event:
To Reserve call 724 659-3153; Adults $25, Members $20, Students $10.
The Allegheny-Clarion Valley School District in Foxburg, Pennsylvania would like to invite you to their upcoming event. The ACV School District has the fantastic opportunity to be hosting the PMEA District 3 Jazz Band Festival on Feb. 19th & 20th at the high school.
There will be 20 school districts participating and 54 students representing those schools; as well as three outstanding guest conductors (Dr. Eddie Severn, Mr. Kevin McManus, and Mr. Michael Krach)!
They would like to give a Special thanks to our local businesses for their great support: The Foxburg Inn, the Foxburg Pizza Shop and the Allegheny Grille.
There will also be a special concert on Thursday night. The Slippery Rock University Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo, under the direction of Dr. Jason Kush, will be performing a concert.
Thursday, Feb. 19th @ 8:00PM – Slippery rock University Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo Concert (FREE ADMISSION)
Friday, Feb. 20th @ 7:00PM – PMEA District 3 Jazz Band Festival Concert ($5.00 admission fee)
For more information, please contact the Allegheny-Clarion Valley School at 724-659-4661
Please help The Newbury’s and Amy Whitehill if you can..
Click here to donate to The Newbury’s & The Emlenton Mill.
Click here to donate to Amy Whitehill & Amy’s Closet.
Family & friends along with Clarion County Rod & Gun Club will be hosting a benefit “Picnic” dinner along with Bingo and a Chinese Auction on Saturday, February 21 at the Clarion County Rod & Gun Club, 305 Miller Street in Knox. Please contact Michelle Reid 814-316-5787 or Stacy Showers 814-227-7469 for more details.
The family and friends of Harold & Kyle will be holding a benefit dinner and chinese auction on February 14, 2015 from 3-6:30 at the Six Points Church. The cost is $10 for adults, $7 for students, children under 5 free. If you have any question, please call Debbie at 724-791-2333
Nancy & Paul Newbury took The Emlenton Mill and made it into a historical venue for our community. Inside, a creamery, an emporium filled with vendors, a museum and a bunkhouse. Entertainment could be heard every Saturday night during the summer on their Patio. The history behind the building goes about 140 years into the past, and Nancy & Paul were making The Emlenton Mill into something once again. Thursday night, February 5th, a massive fire took out the building. Amy’s Closest, a business directly beside the Mill was also destroyed due to the fire. Firefighters took on the blaze in subzero temperatures for hours. Thankfully, no one was hurt. Photos of the fire and the aftermath can be found on Explore Clarion and Explore Venango on Facebook. This is a hit to our community, and we ask that we all pull together and give back.
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No amount is too small, lets just let them know that we are thinking about them and that we as a community want to help in their time of need!
Thursday night, Amy Whitehill of Emlenton, PA, lost not only her business, but her home due to a fire. Amy and her pets got out of the house safely. Over 200 firefighters fought the blaze in subzero temperatures, other Emlenton residents were evacuated from their homes due to the massive fire. This is not only a hurt to Amy herself, but a hurt to our community. Photos of the fire and the aftermath can be found at Explore Clarion & Explore Venango.
Please do your part by donating to the cause.
Even the smallest amounts count towards something.
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