Sep 18

7:00 PM

8:30 PM

Free

BCG&HC Wednesday Speaker Series

BCG&HC Wednesday Speaker Series

Come one and all to the September 18 meeting of the Beaver County Genealogy and History Center inside Beaver Station Cultural & Event Center, 250 East End Avenue, Beaver. The meeting is cosponsored by Community College of Beaver County. Joe West, director of the Beaver County Planning Commission and Dr. Sheila R. Beasley, U.S. Census Bureau partnership specialist, will discuss the importance of Census 2020

Sep 20

7:30 PM

10:30 PM

$15.00

Freddy's Haunts

Freddy's Haunts

In 1860, Fred McCune and his family purchased a beautiful stretch of land on top of a mountain. Unbeknownst to them, they were disturbing ancient Indian burial grounds when they were clearing the property to build their home. Over the next 3 years, Fred and his family began to experience many unsettling events…growling, moaning, drums beating, atrocious smells, someone watching them. One day Fred and

Sep 20

7:00 PM

9:00 PM

$12.00

Murder and Merry Men

Murder and Merry Men

An original murder mystery written by local playwright, Larry Spinnenweber. Come see an audience participation show set in jolly ‘ole England. Robin Hood and his Merry Men have been accused of murder. Was it one of them or one of their royal guests? A show the whole family will enjoy (12+)! It is 1193, and Richard the Lionheart, King of England, has been captured on

Sep 20

7:00 PM

9:00 PM

Free

Beaver Tales: A Community Storytelling Event

Beaver Tales: A Community Storytelling Event

Beaver Tales: A Community Storytelling Event Sept. 20, 2019 Irvine Park Gazebo Open to the Community and Free to Attend Back for its ELEVENTH year, the renowned “Beaver Tales” storytelling event, sponsored by the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation returns to the Beaver Gazebo on Friday, September 20, 2019. We welcome this diverse group of storytellers to Beaver County to help connect our communities to the

Sep 20

5:00 PM

10:00 PM

Free

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

Big Knob Grange Fairgrounds, Grange Road, Rochester. Antique farm tractors and equipment will be displayed, paraded and demonstrated. Tractor pulls and games will be held on the track. Show attendees can participate in cakewalks and farm-skill games. Food, crafts and flea market vendors plus Toy Show. Free. Friday 5-10PM; Saturday 9AM-8PM; Sunday 9AM-6PM 724-846-1808

Sep 21

7:30 PM

10:30 PM

$15.00

Freddy's Haunts

Freddy's Haunts

In 1860, Fred McCune and his family purchased a beautiful stretch of land on top of a mountain. Unbeknownst to them, they were disturbing ancient Indian burial grounds when they were clearing the property to build their home. Over the next 3 years, Fred and his family began to experience many unsettling events…growling, moaning, drums beating, atrocious smells, someone watching them. One day Fred and

Sep 21

7:00 PM

9:00 PM

$12.00

Murder and Merry Men

Murder and Merry Men

An original murder mystery written by local playwright, Larry Spinnenweber. Come see an audience participation show set in jolly ‘ole England. Robin Hood and his Merry Men have been accused of murder. Was it one of them or one of their royal guests? A show the whole family will enjoy (12+)! It is 1193, and Richard the Lionheart, King of England, has been captured on

Sep 21

6:30 PM

8:00 PM

$35.00

Motown at the Merrick

Motown at the Merrick

Musically travel back to your high school days with Streetcorner, vocal artists straight from Detroit. This group appeared at the Merrick Art Gallery and their performance was sold out months in advance. Put this date on your calendar and get your tickets early.

Sep 21

10:00 AM

5:00 PM

Free

31st Annual Homewood Heritage Festival and Witches Gathering

31st Annual Homewood Heritage Festival and Witches Gathering

Quaint village venue featuring crafts, food vendors, live entertainment, children's area (with petting zoo and ferris wheel), wagon rides, living history area and "A Witches Gathering" so dust off your witch and warlock costume for this fun competition. Witches gathering on Saturday. (1/2 mile from PA Turnpike exit 13)

Sep 21

9:00 AM

8:00 PM

Free

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

Big Knob Grange Fairgrounds, Grange Road, Rochester. Antique farm tractors and equipment will be displayed, paraded and demonstrated. Tractor pulls and games will be held on the track. Show attendees can participate in cakewalks and farm-skill games. Food, crafts and flea market vendors plus Toy Show. Free. 9AM-8PM; Sunday 9AM-6PM 724-846-1808

Sep 21

12:00 PM

5:00 PM

Free

Fall Spectacular

Fall Spectacular

Chippewa United Methodist Church, Community Life Center, 118 McMillen Avenue, Beaver Falls. This family-friendly community event has something for everyone including multiple food trucks, 60+ vendors, entertainment, children and youth activities and an auction. Free.

Sep 21

7:30 PM

10:30 PM

Free

Star Party

Star Party

Start party to observe Jupiter, Saturn, possibly Uranus and Neptune. Fall Constellations.

Sep 21

5:00 PM

7:00 PM

$25.00

Annual Artisan Wine & Home Brew Beer Tasting

Annual Artisan Wine & Home Brew Beer Tasting

Join us in our beautiful outdoor gardens for tastings from local wine makers and home brewers. Vote for your favorite! Enjoy live jazz music by Miss Freddye, hor d'oeuvres, and great BBQ dinner. Cash award for best in class. Limited tickets. $25 advance; $30 gate

Sep 22

7:30 PM

10:30 PM

$15.00

Freddy's Haunts

Freddy's Haunts

In 1860, Fred McCune and his family purchased a beautiful stretch of land on top of a mountain. Unbeknownst to them, they were disturbing ancient Indian burial grounds when they were clearing the property to build their home. Over the next 3 years, Fred and his family began to experience many unsettling events…growling, moaning, drums beating, atrocious smells, someone watching them. One day Fred and

Sep 22

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

Free

Monthly Irish Jam Séisiún

Monthly Irish Jam Séisiún

Welcoming all Irish musicians, regardless of skill level, to our monthly Irish Jam. We learn from each other, as we play the auld tunes. Irish music lovers are always welcome to listen, too!

Sep 22

7:00 AM

2:00 PM

Free

Hike 4 Kidz

Hike 4 Kidz

Mark your calendars! Hike 4 Kidz is September 22nd, 2019! Please join The Wampum Chapter North Country Trail Association and the Knights of Columbus Beaver Valley Council 604 for the 5th Annual Hike4Kidz benefiting McGuire Memorial & St. Anthony's school programs. The event this year is SUNDAY, Sept 22nd, 2019. 8:00 AM Rain or Shine. All hikers will need to fill out a hiker pledge

Sep 22

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

Free

Elizabeth Damesimo & Susan Giles Ireton Art Exhibition

Elizabeth Damesimo & Susan Giles Ireton Art Exhibition

Elizabeth and Susan will be displaying their talents in various mediums, including: paintings, watercolors, oil pastels, fiber arts and porcelain pottery. Join them at their opening reception at the Merrick Art Gallery. Their show runs through October 6, 2019.

Sep 22

10:00 AM

5:00 PM

Free

31st Annual Homewood Heritage Festival Days and Witches Gathering

31st Annual Homewood Heritage Festival Days and Witches Gathering

Quaint village venue featuring crafts, food vendors, live entertainment, children's area (with petting zoo and ferris wheel), wagon rides, living history area and "A Witches Gathering" so dust off your witch and warlock costume for this fun competition. Witches gathering on Saturday. (1/2 mile from PA Turnpike exit 13)

Sep 22

9:00 AM

6:00 PM

Free

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

23rd Annual Big Knob Antique Tractor & Equipment Show

Big Knob Grange Fairgrounds, Grange Road, Rochester. Antique farm tractors and equipment will be displayed, paraded and demonstrated. Tractor pulls and games will be held on the track. Show attendees can participate in cakewalks and farm-skill games. Food, crafts and flea market vendors plus Toy Show. Free. 9AM-6PM 724-846-1808

Sep 23

5:30 PM

6:30 PM

Free

Music Mondays

Music Mondays

Local musicians perform live on the porch of the Laughlin Memorial Library weekly 5:30-6:30 p.m. June-October. Weather permitting. Check Facebook page for cancellations.Light refreshments served. Free.