SEPTEMBER 6 & 7
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
The Closing of Robertshaw Controls Factory
Showing of the documentary "The Closing of Robertshaw Controls Factory" at Indiana Players Theater on Philadelphia St.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
Saturday starting at 1:00 p.m.
This year’s workshop line-up includes a wide variety of topics. Josh Krug of the Indiana County Planning Office will discuss the Multimodal Corridor/Hoodlebug trail extension which will go into Indiana Borough. In addition, he’ll discuss the Hoodlebug bike/pedestrian bridge that will extend over Route 22 near Blairsville. Karin Eller of the Plant-it-Earth Greenhouse will give tips on growing garlic and the many problems to avoid. An update on the proposed injection well in Grant Township will be presented by representatives from the local group called the Hellbenders. And finally, Cindy Rogers will talk about the various uses of geocaching. All workshops will be held at Spaghetti Benders restaurant.
Saturday starting at 2:00 p.m.
This will be the third 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. Each contestant will be given three minutes to present a story or lie that will be evaluated by a panel of storytelling experts who will score them in the following categories: technique delivery, confidence, general stagecraft; story development, good development of the time available, originality, new material and effectiveness. The judges will also include audience response into the final evaluation process. The first-place winner will be awarded $100, the second $75 and third $50.