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Allegheny Riverstone Center for the Arts brings you Cello Fury Friday June 7th at 7pm!
The concert will take place on the Foxburg Green at 7pm on Friday.
Bring your own lawn chair, for seating and if it happens to rain, the concert will be moved to Lincoln Hall.
There will be a pass the hat, & suggested donation is 5.00$
We hope to see you there!
Take A Mid-Week Mini Vacation With Us!
Did you know that short vacations are good for your health?
If you’re looking for Mid- Week Mini Getaway, come stay with us!
Enjoy Foxburg without the hustle and bustle. Take in the scenery, stop and smell the flowers. When you are on vacation, you are on your own time. Connecting with new people and places may just give you that bit of “jump” in your step that you’ve been looking for.
If you are a local, that’s great. If you aren’t local, that’s great, too. We have something for everyone here in Foxburg and the surrounding areas. You can connect with nature, relax and not have your vacation break the bank!
You can enjoy fishing, canoeing, golfing, biking and much much more!
Foxburg River Tours & Rentals also offers Pontoon Boat Tours and Segway Tours. For more information on them, please visit www.foxburgrivertours.com
Rent a bicycle and take a ride down the bike trail, or you may even take a walk down it as well. This is a nice easy path along the Allegheny river!
The Allegheny Grille is open daily, and every Tuesday night on their patio they have live entertainment! For their hours or to find out their daily specials, please visit http://visitfoxburg.com/
The Foxburg Winery is also open daily from 12-8pm and their wine tasting is free!
The Foxburg Country Club is just right up the road as well, this is the oldest golf course in the country that has been in continuous use. Play 9 or 18 holes while you’re up here, during the week, you shouldn’t have to be impatient about waiting for those golfers ahead to finish on the next hole!
We also have the Foxburg Pizza Shop next door to us that’s open daily & Divani Chocolates located right across the road, you can also get ice cream there! Yumm!
There is easy access to our neighboring towns of Emlenton, St. Petersburg, and Parker.
Also, if you are into shopping, we have a couple malls nearby as well. The Clarion Mall & The Cranberry mall, both within reasonable distance!
Here in Foxburg, there are plenty of things to do, so why not do it during the week when most others AREN’T?!
We have special rates for those who take a Mid-Week Mini Vacation with us! (Sun-Thurs)
Contact us at (724)-659-3116 or go to http://www.foxburginn.com to book your reservation NOW!
Leicher Family Farm Market will have their tent set up Saturday, June 8th beside the Winery.
They have fresh produce, vegetables, honey, flowers, and an assortment of different things.
Come down and check out what they have to offer!
For more information on the Leicher Family Farm, click here.
– Grove City Christian Academy Annual Auction was held on April 24, 2013. Over 180 guests attended the auction bidding on 510 items and helping raise finds for the school.
-Mercer County 4-h Benefit Auction was held on May 4th, 2013. A total of $15,500 was raised to help the 4-h program in Mercer County
– VNA Hospice Homecare and VNA Inpatient Hospice held a Friendship Luncheon. All proceeds are used to provide professional and volunteer services to patients and families, regardless of their insurance coverage, or ability to pay.
– Carlow University Sister Rose Marie Hauber RSM Endowed Scholarship Benefit was held on April 13th, 2013. Proceeds benefit the Sister Rose Marie Hauber, RSM Endowed Scholarship Fund. This provides scholarships to deserving juniors and seniors who exemplify qualities of the Carlow Mercy mission and demonstrate academic excellence.
– St. Gregory Catholic School Auction. Over 200 were in attendance at this Silent Auction. Proceeds went to St. Gregory Catholic School
The following is a schedule of performers to be at the Emlenton Mill.
May 25th- Susan and David Dingle
June 1st – The Southside Stringdings
June 8th – Sam Berlin and Dan Garret
June 15th- Keister Band
June 22nd – Black Joker
June 29th – In Transition
July 6th – The Southside Stringdings
July 13th – Bill Huber Jr, Ron Shoup & Glenn Cochran, Patrick Huber
July 20th – Donald Bolt
July 27th- Fawmstock
I have compiled a list of what I feel are the most outdated wedding traditions, and i’m interested to see what you think as well!
1. The White Dress – Many dresses are now ivory or cream, some brides are even choosing to wear colored dresses.
2. The Superstition – Is it really bad luck to see each other before-hand on your wedding day? I just like the groom’s facial expression when the bride begins her jaunt down the aisle to him.
3. The Cake Smashing- Maybe it’s just me, but I do not want a face full of cake.
4. Changing of the Bride’s last name- Many women now, mainly professional women are keeping their maiden names, or even hyphenating their maiden name with their husband’s last name.
5. Lighting of the Unity Candle – There are other ways to go about showing your Unity. Sand Ceremony is absolutely gorgeous and makes for an excellent keepsake!
6. Seating Of The Family On Opposite Sides- I have seen many signs that are posted at weddings that try to keep the families away from doing this. “Please choose a seat, not a side.”
7. Instead of throwing Rice, what else could we do? – I say we shoot off confetti cannons!
8. The very traditional “I ____ Take you ___” wedding vows. – I feel that its rather endearing to write your own personalized wedding vows.
9. Tossing the Bouquet and Garter – How many of us really believe that those who catch these are the next to get married?
What do you think?
Head on over to our Facebook page to vote in the poll I have there, feel free to comment and maybe even get a discussion started!
Tim “Sully” Sullivan is a 54 year old man from Hilliards who was diagnosed with lymphoma colon cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments.
Ottos Tavern is holding a benefit for Tim Sunday June 2nd from 3pm – 9pm. There will be dinner and a Chinese auction. A free night stay at the Foxburg Inn Hotel will be one of the auction items. 100% of all proceeds will be given to Tim.
If you would like to make a donation or just receive more information on the benefit, you can contact Salina at (724)496-9785