For many years Adam Weiss has been wowing local audiences as Master of Ceremonies at the yearly SHOWBOAT performance in Emlenton. But this year he was missing from his accustomed role due to the fact that his duties as Executive Director of Allegheny RiverStone Center for the Arts (ARCA) needed all of his attention as the 2007 Performance series was about to open. Adam assumed his directorship duties with ARCA in January of 2006 when, after serving for many years as a board member of that organization, Lincoln Hall in Foxburg was well on its way to total renovation, and an extensive performance program had to be planned. More
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The day was beautiful. The sun was warm and bright, a subtle breeze gently brushed over the skin and the clouds formed shapes of enormous animals in the sky! The conditions were perfect for ice cold relief. As my husband and I parked our car on Main Street in Emlenton in front of the Old Emlenton Mill, I could sense that we were in for a real treat. More
We would like to thank all food and craft vendors who have setup at Foxburg Fall Festival before and those who have expressed interest in setting up their booth for the upcoming festival.
Vendor application is now available online at the Vendors section. You can take a printout of these forms, fill them out and mail them at the address provided in the form. Please answer all the questions and supply as much details as possible so we can accomodate you in the best manner possible.
June 13th 2009 marks the beginning of one of the “coolest” projects ever to take place in Emlenton. The historic Emlenton Mill, formerly a grist mill, is opening it’s doors to artists, travelers, musicians, and people of the community. The new Emlenton Creamery will feature 10 flavors of Perry’s hard dipped ice cream, sundaes, coffees, and other goodies, as well offer a place to hang out, hold group trainings and classes and display the works of local artists. On Grand Opening day, there will be live musical performances by Paul Micheal Krahe filling the air with sound and watercolor works by artist Pat Whitaker, adorning the walls. So, stop on by for a lick and witness the sites, sounds, and flavors of the Emlenton Creamery!