This Years The Event

SEPTEMBER 8, 9, 10 2022

2022 Schedule:

Starting August 18th, 2022 there will be an opening of the Jim Nance Photo Exhibition at the Indiana County Historical Society at the point of S. 6th Street and Wayne Avenue. 

Thursday, September 8 

Showing of the Jim Thorpe Film

Friday, September 9:

Saturday, September 10:

 Walk of Fame Ceremony   10:00 am – 11:00 am   

                                In front of Spaghetti Benders on Philadelphia Street

 Veteran's Ceremony       11:00 am – 11:30 am - Main Stage  

 Dedication for the Underground Rail Road      11:30 am – Noon  - More to Be announced 

Children's Alley  will be in the Delaney Parking Lot  1:00-4:00 p.m. on Saturday

 Workshops      2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

This year’s workshop line-up will include a wide variety of topics.

   Story Telling / Liars Contest - noon to 2 pm

This will be the fifth year of NAFF Inc.’s Storytelling/Liars contest.  These types of contests are very popular throughout the United States.  Some attract large crowds and some winners have risen to achieve national rock star status within the genre.

Craft vendors Saturday Philadelphia Street and 6th street

 

 

Open Container

    Open Container is permitted within the festival limits and these will be clearly marked.  

    Wrist bands must be purchased and worn. 

     Proof of age to obtain a wrist band will be required.

                 Please drink responsibly.

     Past years - 2021

Showing of the Documentary The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camps

at 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at the Philadelphia Street Playhouse
   725 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA 15701


In March 1933, within weeks of his inauguration, President Franklin Roosevelt sent legislation to Congress aimed at providing relief for unemployed American workers. He proposed the Civilian Conservation Corps to provide jobs in natural resource conservation. Over the next decade, the CCC put more than three million young men to work in the nation's forests and parks, planting trees, building flood barriers, fighting fires, and maintaining roads and trails, conserving both private and federal land.