Plans are being made for our 2022 Northern Appalachian Folk Festival. Stay tuned for more information as we develop plans.
Opening August 4th, 2022 at the Indiana County Historical Society- 6:30 pm - Jim Nance Photo Exhibition
Call the historical Society for more information 724-463-9600
Thursday night 2022
There will a film about Jim Thorpe - a 1952 production - save the date - more to come...
2021 Thursday night film was a documentary on the CCC Camps The Festival started Friday afternoon with a ceremony and bands in the evening
Saturday there were craft vendors, bands, ceremonies and workshops and a fiddle contest
The Walk of Fame ceremony took place at 10:00 am on Saturday, September 11th
For more information go to the EVENT tab above and the WALK OF FAME page or contact co-founder Tony DeLoreto at 724-840-5661
FEATURED NEWS: In 2020 we celebrated the"Year of the Woman" to celebrate the 100th year anniversary of woman's suffrage
In 2019 NAFF, Inc. and the American Legion Post 141
hosted The Wall That Heals in October, 2019
The 2nd Annual National Vietnam War Veterans Day Program was at the Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana at 621 Wayne Ave. March 29th, 2020.
MORE THAN A MUSIC FESTIVAL
Welcome to the original Northern Appalachian Folk Festival, Inc. NAFF initially began in 2013 by Jim Dougherty through his passion and interest in Appalachian history. Through this event, he strives to share what’s so wonderful and interesting about the areas that make up Northern Appalachia through educational seminars, music, movies, and more.
The 2022 Northern Appalachian Folk Festival, Inc. will feature two days of music, food, street vendors, beer, and Northern Appalachian history on our downtown's main street.
We will also be honoring a new list of influential people for the Walk of Fame as well as raising money for our local community center.