Penns Colony Festival
Penn's Colony Festival and Folk Art
WHEN: Annually - the last two weekends in September.
Saturday and Sunday - September 21 & 22, 2013 (30th annual)
Saturday 10AM to 6PM, Sunday 10AM to 5PM
Saturday and Sunday - September 28 & 29, 2013
10AM to 6PM both days.
WHERE: Penn’s Colony Village Grounds,
365 Saxonburg Boulevard, Saxonburg PA 16056
(Butler County Pennsylvania.)
The fairgrounds are located 1 mile south of Saxonburg PA.
Located 35 minutes north of Pittsburgh via Route 28, Exit 16.
Or 15 minutes north of Route 8 and PA Turnpike Exit 4.
Or 20 minutes from I-79 & Route 19 & Pa Turnpike Exit 3.
DESCRIPTION: Shop 185 American artisans blended with the region’s premier celebration of
Pennsylvania’s 18th century French & Indian war era. The 29th annual Penn’s Colony Festival brings history to
life on a 12-acre tree-shaded village featuring 18th c. re-enactors, handcrafted collectibles and functional art
for home, seasonal décor, gifts, clothing and jewelry along with period entertainment, educational presentations,
art activities, artist demonstrations and a living history camp featuring British, French, Scottish, Colonial and
Native re-enactors. Make haste, this 18th century returns for only two weekends!
Arts and crafts vendors wanted.
Food vendors wanted (concessionaires.)
Entertainment vendors wanted - entertainment is needed (music, magicians, clowns, etc.)
Accept new applicants up to festival dates.
Show is filled by category. Jury selection is ongoing.
See Website for details and vendor information.
EVENT CONTACT: Ray Rush at 724-352-9922 or "penns @ consolidated.net"
Note and Photos from PaVendors.com:
We attend the Penns Colony Festival almost every year - it is WONDERFUL!
Reminder: Wear thick-soled
shoes - the stones on the walkways are rough on the feet!
More photographs from the 2011 and 2012 Penns Colony Festival...
Saxonburg Borough is situated in southeastern Butler County PA, just north of State
Links to other Websites for Saxonburg
Did You Know?
A portion of Saxonburg's Main Street (from Rebecca Street to Butler Street) was named
to the National Registry of Historic Places. Plaques are in place telling the historic
significance of Saxonburg. 32 of the buildings on Main Street are over 100 years old and 10 of
them are more than 150 years old.
For more information, see: www.historicsaxonburg.com or www.hotelsaxonburg.com and go to History of Saxonburg.
Saxonburg Collectibles: Pewter reproductions of Historic Saxonburg PA buildings are
available at Main Street businesses.
MiMi's Memories - Our advertiser from Saxonburg PA!
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