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August 12-18
The 113th annual McKean County Fair is being held this week The fair  features4-H/livestock shows and exhibits, drag racing, demolition derby, battle of the bands, tractor pull, vendors, carnival rides, food vendors, livestock and horse shows, motor sports, music and much more. McKean County Fairgrounds
7172 Route 46
Smethport, PA 16749


August 17

National award-winning writer, actress and storyteller Megan Wells of La Grange, Illinois is presenting “Maura’’s Eyes: A Tale of Immigration and Ellis Island” at 7 p.m. in the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center for the Performing Arts at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro.

Wells brings to life the intimate experience of Maura’s journey from Ireland to America. “Maura Walsh is based on a compilation of narratives that I found in first person collections, journals and books. I crocheted them together with the true story of my lace-making, Irish grandmother,” she explained.

For her immigration story, Wells established Maura as the granddaughter of a tenant farmer who is living with her grandparents, parents and siblings in Kenmare, County Cork, Ireland. In 1906, Maura’s father immigrates to Chicago to work on the Ship Canal. After two years he sends for his wife and children.

In 1908, at the peak of immigration when an average of one million immigrants were entering the United States each year, Maura, her brother Colin, sister Rose and their mother boarded a ship heading for Ellis Island. Maura is 12 years old. “I chose that age because at 12, you are considered an adult and can be separated from your parents,” Wells said. Her portrayal of Maura teaches and touches the heart.

Admission is $15, $12 for seniors 65 and older and free for youth ages 12 and under accompanied by a paying adult. For tickets, call 570-724-6220 or visit

Members of the public are encouraged to attend a dedication ceremony to be held at 2 pm Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Commander Philip F. “Jet” Palmatier Jr. Memorial Bridge on Avenue A over the Allegheny River in Coudersport Borough.

Family members chose the North Coudersport bridge to honor the fallen Navy officer because of its close proximity to Commander Palmatier’s childhood home. The state legislature approved the bridge designation earlier this year.

Born Nov. 4, 1950, in Coudersport, Palmatier graduated with honors from the local high school in 1968 and was appointed to the United States Naval Academy. He was serving as commanding officer of a training squadron at Chase Field Naval Air Station in Beeville, Texas, engaged in a training mission over the Gulf of Mexico on Dec. 10, 1990, when his TA-4J Skyhawk collided with another TA-4J.

One of the commander’s younger brothers, Chris Palmatier (U.S. Navy), will offer comments at Saturday’s ceremony. Many other family members will attend.

American Legion Post 192 has developed the following schedule for Saturday’s service:

–National Anthem/patriotic music by barbershop quartet.

–Welcome by Potter County Veterans Affairs Director William Simpson.

–Invocation by Chaplain John Kallerson, Col., United States Army, Retired.

–Master of Ceremonies, Paul W. Heimel, National Veteran and Military Service Committee and Potter County Commissioner.

–KIA Memorial Tribute by Vic Corneliussen, Vietnam Vets/Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club.

–Remarks by representative of Senator Joseph B. Scarnati and by State Assemblyman Martin T. Causer.

–Comments by members of U.S. Navy Commander Philip F. Palmatier Jr. family.

–Unveiling of U.S. Navy Commander Philip F. Palmatier Jr. Memorial Bridge Marker.

–In Remembrance, Navy Hymn

–Military Honors/Rifle Salute/Taps by Potter County Honor Guard.

–Closing prayer by Chaplain John Kallerson.

August 19

The 8th season of Music on the Lawn at Ulysses Library concludes on Sunday, August 19th at 6:00 PM featuring Freddy and the Jets, performing favorites from the 1950’s.  Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.  Rain location is the Tri-Town Fire Hall.  A collection will be taken during intermission to benefit the Ulysses Library Endowment Fund.  Funding for Music on the Lawn at Ulysses Library is provided by the Barbara Joy Olney Community Harmony Fund, an endowment fund with the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers.


August 18

The 24th Annual Tioga County Youth Field Day will be at the Ives Run Recreation Area on Hammond Lake, 12 miles north of Wellsboro via Route 287 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.It is free for youth ages 8 to 14. Each participant will get lunch and an event T-shirt and hat for free. A parent and/or legal guardian must be on-site with an involved youth. Provided will be a full day of outdoor adventures and learning experiences for youth, including hands-on demonstrations. Among the planned activities are: trapping, archery, turkey calling, forestry, boating safety, and wildlife identification. Every participant will experience shooting a firearm (muzzleloader, .22 rifle, shotgun) and fishing. They will also learn about trapping and hunting. Register for Youth Field Day online through the PA Game Commission website. To get directly to the registration form, visit

If there is a problem with registering online or all slots are full, those interested in participating can contact Pat Butts at 570-463-1407 or on or before Friday, Aug. 17.

August 17 -19

Auditions for Hamilton-Gibson’s production of “The Crucible” will be  held in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro at 7:30 p.m Friday and Saturday . and  Sunday, at 1 p.m.. Written by the late Arthur Miller, this play is about the Salem witch trials in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1692 and 1693. It has a large cast that includes many speaking and non-speaking roles for teenage girls to men and women ranging in age from their 20s to their 70s. A number of the roles can be played by a wide-range of ages.

Public performances will be in the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre in Wellsboro at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, Nov. 2 & 3 and 9 & 10 and at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 4. Actors must be able to arrange their work schedules to accommodate performances for schools at the Coolidge Theatre during the day Monday through Thursday, Nov. 5, 6, 7 & 8.

Those with questions about the auditions or who cannot make any of the audition dates at the times listed are asked to call Hamilton-Gibson Productions at 570-724-2079 or email hamgib@gma

August 17-19

Those attending the 16th annual Hickory Fest will enjoy over 25 hours of a mix of bluegrass and acoustic music performed by 15 bands and soloists. The music begins at 2 p.m. Friday and continues through 5 p.m. Sunday, rain or shine.

Take  lawn chairs, blankets and coolers and spend time relaxing, singing or dancing to the music coming from the stage at the Stony Fork Creek Campground at 658 Stony Fork Creek Road in Delmar Township, about 10 miles south of Wellsboro.

On Friday, there will be continuous music from 2 p.m. until midnight on the outdoor stage. Performing will be: Micah Scott at 2 p.m.; Megan McGarry at 3 p.m.; Andy Bruckner at 4 p.m.; Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers at 5 p.m.; Verlon Thompson at 6 p.m.; Fireside Collective at 7 p.m.; Big Sky at 8 p.m.; Songs from the Road Band at 9 p.m. and Grass is Dead at 10 p.m.

Performing from 10:30 a.m. until midnight on Saturday, on the outdoor stage will be: Grain at 10:30 a.m.; Micah Scott at 11:30 a.m.; Grass Stained Genes at 12:30 p.m.; Van Wagner at 1:30 p.m.; Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers at 2:30 p.m.; Big Sky at 3:30 p.m.; Fireside Collective at 4:30 p.m.; Dreyfoos School of the Arts Scholarship Presentation at 5:30 p.m.; Verlon Thompson at 6 p.m.; Dan Shipe & Friends at 7 p.m.; Songs from the Road Band at 8 p.m.; Grass is Dead at 9 p.m. and Donna The Buffalo at 10 p.m.

On Sunday, the Sue Cunningham Youth Fiddle Contest will begin with the preliminary round for youth in the 5-9, 10-14 and 15-18 age divisions at 9 a.m. in the workshop tent. At 11 a.m., the top three in each age category will compete on the main outdoor stage. All contestants will receive a participatory ribbon. The first place fiddler in each age division will receive a $150 plus a $200 gift certificate from J. R. Judd Violins in Williamsport; second place, $100; and third place, $50.

The  outdoor stage show will begin at noon  Sunday and end at 5 p.m. with performances by Megan McGarry at 12 p.m.; Sue’s Brothers at 1 p.m.; Fireside Collective at 2 p.m.; Verlon Thompson & Big Sky at 3 p.m. and Grass is Dead & Friends at 4 p.m.

Proceeds from this year’s festival will benefit the Relay For Life Of Tioga County, the Sue Cunningham Memorial Music Scholarship at the Dreyfoos School of the Arts in Florida and the Sue Cunningham Music Scholarships at the Wellsboro middle and high schools.

Children 12 and under are admitted free to Hickory Fest. A three-day pass and Individual day passes will be available at the gate at Stony Fork Creek Campground beginning this Friday.

For information about camping, call Stony Fork Creek Campground at 570-724-3096 or online at

August 19

Hamilton-Gibson Productions will be hosting its Fifth Annual Dueling Pianos, Aug. 19, at 2:30 p.m.,Due to the informal nature of Dueling Pianos everyone is involved. One pianist will pick a selection and begin playing or make a suggestion with the others joining in. The audience will be able to pick favorites for the pianists to play, too.

Sitting at the three pianos set up in a U-shape at the Deane Center’s Coolidge Theatre at 104 Main Street in Wellsboro will be Pat Davis, Mike Watkins and Dave Knauss.Performing with the pianists will be Dave Driskell of Sadie Green Sales fame.

Reservations are recommended for this popular, fun event. Admission is $12 for adults and $6 for youth, 18 and under. For more information or to make reservations, call Hamilton-Gibson at 570-724-2079, email or visit

August 19

This Sunday, 5:30 p.m. is the last opportunity to audition for the October production of “Change of Scenery,” the Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project  for 2018. Its focus is on gender; specifically what roles are available to men and women on stage and in everyday life. The auditions will be in the Gallery at the Warehouse Theatre at 3 Central Avenue in Wellsboro.

Being cast are roles for ten men and nine women ranging in age from their 20s to their 80s in four original short plays and an adaptation. No preparation or experience is necessary to audition.

Rehearsals will be in September and October. Performance dates are Thursday through Sunday, Oct. 18-21. Women are also needed to help with all aspects of this production, including sound, lights, set design and construction, wardrobe and costumes, etc. Those who are interested or have questions are invited to email Guignard at or call her at 570-404-4666.

August 18 & 19

The Elk Expo will be returning to Pennsylvania’s Elk Country this weekend. The grounds of the Elk Country Visitor Center will come alive for this weekend of celebrating everything elk.  There will be a variety of nature/environmental based seminars all weekend long, including an update on Pa’s elk herd by Jeremy Banfield.    Freddie McKnight will be doing a Predator Hunting Seminar on Saturday and a Trail Camera seminar on Sunday.   The Pa Game Commission will again be doing a session with their canine officer.

The Keystone Elk Country Alliance Conservation Education staff will have a variety of programs and activities running through out the weekend.   The Pa Game Commission Elk License drawing will take place Saturday at 1:00 and the KECA Elk Tag Raffle will be drawn Sunday at 1:00.

The Elk Expo is bringing back John Manders, Caricature artist, and he will be available to draw your caricature at no cost to you.   Story Teller, Denny Murray will be spinning tails through out the weekend to keep you entertained with a variety of fun stories.

If music is more your thing, don’t worry!  We have you covered, the Wrangler Band, Against The Grain and Nick Forsythe will be bringing a wide variety of music to the event.  Can you grunt, bugle, mew, gobble, cluck and yelp?   Our popular NWTF Youth Turkey calling contest and KECA Elk calling contest for both youth and adult will be entertaining the crowds. Prizes will be awarded.  There will also be areas to try out archery, air rifle, atlatl’s.

As always, the Elk Expo will feature a huge variety of vendors from wildlife calls, outfitters, outdoor recreation, arts & crafts, wine, clothing and of course FOOD!  Bring an appetite and you won’t go away hungry.  Parking at the Center is limited to handicap parking, please use one of the designated parking areas, you will be shuttled to the event.  The Elk Country Visitor Center will have horse drawn wagon rides, 4D story theater, interactive exhibits and much more for you to see and do.  For more information, a list of vendors and a schedule of events, go to

                                                                 Hills Creek State Park

Going Squirrelly is Friday, Aug. 17

Examine man’s ongoing struggle to cope with gray squirrels, including humorous attempts and practical solutions, during the showing of “Squirrel Wars” in the park’s Nature Center on Friday, Aug. 17 at 8:30 p.m. Park Naturalist Jim Mucci will also talk about how to manage bears, skunks, raccoons, groundhogs and other species of squirrels around backyard bird feeders, a major wildlife issue right now.

Wildlife Management Tools

On Sunday, Aug. 19 at 8:30 p.m., join Jim Mucci, park naturalist at the Nature Center area for a free one-hour program about the wildlife management tools he uses for pest control. He will share some of his own experiences and amusing anecdotes as well as discuss practical things people can do to solve some of their own wildlife problems.


Call the park office at 570-724-4246 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. for more information about any of these free programs.


Cherry Springs State Park

Anyone may observe the night sky at Cherry Springs on his or her own without attending a stargazing program. All visitors should arrive before dark. Search for the Clear Sky Chart online for 48-hour forecasts about viewing conditions.

Picnic in th Park

People are welcome to bring a picnic supper and make use of the park’s picnic tables and charcoal grills near the Night Sky Viewing Area on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17 and 18 or any time. Registration is NOT required.

Park Welcome & Walking Tour is Friday, Aug. 17

Planning to attend the Crescent Moon and Planet Watch at the Night Sky Viewing Area? Arrive early and join park staff on Friday, Aug. 17 from 7 to 7:30 p.m. for a short, guided walk to learn about the past, present and future of park facilities. All ages are welcome. Meet at the information kiosk near the restroom in the visitor parking area on the north side of Route 44. The walk is less than a mile on mostly level terrain. Registration is NOT required.

Crescent Moon and Planet Watch is Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17 & 18

The Crescent Moon and Planet Watch will be from 8:30 to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17 and 18 in the Night Sky Viewing Area. Park staff will take visitors on a journey to the moon to explore its fascinating natural features, from highlands to volcanic plains and to see where lunar landings took place. Also look at a visible planet. Afterwards, use park telescopes to take a closer look at the moon. Then take a look at a visible planet. Pre-registration IS required.

Nature at Night is on Saturday, Aug. 18

People who arrive early for the Night Sky Tour on Saturday, Aug. 18 are invited to join park staff from 7 to 7:45 p.m. at the Night Sky Viewing Area for a Nature at Night program on fascinating night critters, such as fireflies, bats, black bears or coyotes. Like to know what critter will be featured? Email Registration is NOT required.

To Pre-register

Visit to pre-register or to learn more about other free programs. If there is a problem with registering online, call (814) 435-1037 or email

Kettle Creek

 Friday, August 17 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm   Hike the Nature Trail

Join the park naturalist for a walk along the Nature Trail at Kettle Creek.  There will be a discussion about the flora and fauna seen along the trail.  There will also be a look into trail information and etiquette.  This trail will require hiking boots.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  In the event of inclement weather, there may be an alternative program offered.  Meet at head of the Nature Trail at the Upper Campground.


Friday, August 17 at 8:00pm to 9:00pm Flight of the Bats

This program will be focusing on some of the bats’ adaptations, some myths about bats, a fungus that is threatening their population.  There will also be a bat count, weather permitting.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Meet at the Nature Center. There will be a drive up to the park office to the bat box.

Lyman Run

Saturday, August 18 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Join the Friends of Lyman Run for a tasty treat! Participants will be provided with a short introduction to Dutch Oven Cooking, covering essential equipment, history, proper care of cast iron, and cooking techniques.

Each individual will have the opportunity for hands on preparation of a main dish and/or dessert and then be able to enjoy the results of their efforts.

Pre-Registration is required to attend this program and spaces are limited! Registration will open 45 days prior to event and close 2 days prior to event. All necessary equipment, food and recipes will be provided. Fee for this program is $5.00 per person. Please meet near the Park Pavilion

                                                                                        Ole Bull


Waterside Tour of Ole Bull

Join the naturalist on a short afternoon bike ride to look for animals and plants that live along Kettle Creek.  This program will also include a short lecture on bicycle safety at the start.  Please wear appropriate footwear.  All children must be accompanied by an adult.  Meet at the amphitheater.


Bats and Bikes Join the park naturalist on bicycle and travel up for a bat count at the bat boxes at the maintenance building.  This program will be focusing on some of the bats’ adaptations, some myths about bats, a fungus that is threatening their population.  Meet at the amphitheater.


Saturday, August 18 at 3:00pm to 4:30pmButterflies of Pennsylvania

Discover the butterflies of PA with a short talk followed by a walk to the meadows to catch and release butterflies.  Hike about 1.5 miles over uneven terrain. Wear closed-toe shoes., Wildlife Center Classroom



Find out what all the buzz is about, as local beekeeper, Ryan Magaro introduces us to the world of beekeeping.  View a demonstration hive to learn how a hive functions and how honey and wax are produced.  , Wildlife Center Classroom

Pontoon Boat Tour 10:30 AM, noon and 1:30 pm

Join park staff for a relaxing and informative 1-hour tour, as we cruise the shoreline of the George B. Stevenson Reservoir in search of wildlife.  Group size limited.  Donations requested.  PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

There is no fee for regular Sunday interpretive pontoon boat tours, but donations are requested.


 Friday, August 17 at 7:30pm-8:00 pm History on Horseshoes

Have you ever wondered why the first horseshoes were invented? Do you know where they were invented. Do you know the official rules of horseshoes? Come on out to  the campground playground horseshoe pit  to join in on the fun!  Afterward, we’ll try to play horseshoes the official way! Then we’ll try our hand at making homemade ice cream! Can’t wait to see you there!

Saturday, August 18 at 2:30pmArt in the Park: Bees

Do you love honey? Then you must like bees right? Bees are vital in our ecosystem. Take a break from the pool and learn about these buzzing beauties! Afterward, we’ll even try to draw a bee from scratch!!!

 Saturday, August 18 at 4:30pm   National Geocaching Day 

Do you know what geocaching is? Come learn and find out what a fun and interactive activity this is. Dry off from the pool and get active. Please where shoes, you’ll be doing some running around!

 Saturday, August 18 at 4:30pm

 Sizerville State Park
199 E Cowley Run Road, Emporium, PA 15

August 25

There will be a Rabies Clinic held at the Tri-Town Fire Hall in Ulysses. The clinic will be from 1:00 – 4:00 PM.  All dogs and cats that are at least 12 weeks old can be vaccinated against the rabies virus.  The first time an animal is vaccinated, the shot is good for one year.  Each time after that, the vaccination is good for three years.  All animals must be on a leash or in a container.  Cost is $5.00 per animal.  The clinic is sponsored by Dr. Lindsay Swartzmeyer of the Potter County Veterinary Clinic. 

August 25

Only a few days left to register! Headwaters Charitable Trust and Hoffman Appalachian Farm is hosting Happy Hour at Hoffman’s.  

The Headwaters Charitable Trust and Hoffman Applachian Farm are hosting Happy Hour at Hoffmans s 258 Taft Road, Saint Marys, PA 15857  from 4-6 PM s  This is a fun, informal event local businesses and farm to table!

Tickets are only $25 and include beer and food samples.  They are also limited, so reserve your spot!

The event will feature:

  • A tour of Hoffman Appalachian’s hop farm
  • Local food from Sugar Hill Farm
  • Hors d’oeuvre’s prepared by The Passionate Palate
  • Signature beer available ONLY at this event, brewed right here in Elk County WITH Elk County hops!


If you are interested in this event or want more information about water quality and fisheries, go to, or call Janie French at 814-236-4333, to register.

Headwaters Charitable Trust enhances the livability of rural communities by generating employment opportunities and funding through the restoration of land and water. Since its inception, the Trust has successfully raised more than $12 M for 115 projects that have improved 130 miles of fishable streams, developed 74 miles of recreational trails, sponsored sustainable management of 1,200 acres of forests, and sponsored numerous internships and AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer opportunities.

August 25

The Tri-Town Fire Department in Ulysses will have a chicken barbecue starting at 11:00. $6 a half; $9/dinner. Eat in or take-out.

August 28

Do you need marketing tactics to take your business to the next level?  Join the Clarion SBDC for Marketing Day and learn how to: Keep you marketing consistent; Understand your customers; Choose the right advertisement; and Measure your efforts and build a marketing plan. You will also take part in a two-hour lesson on how to utilize Facebook for small businesses.

This workshop is being held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Gunzburger Auditorium in Coudersport, directly across the street from the Education Council. The cost is $25 per person. Registration is required. For more information or to register, call the Clarion SBDC at (877) 292-1843 or email .


September 8

The Smethport  Rotary Club will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 6-9a at the Fire Hall. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at

September 15
The eight-hour National Rifle Association Basic Pistol Class will from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the pistol range at the Lambs Creek Sportsman’s Club, near Mansfield. This handgun training class is open to men and women whether they are novice or experienced pistol shooters and owners.

According to Lead Instructor Marilyn Jones, the two NRA Basic Pistol classes being held in May are already full. They include the class for both men and women on Saturday, May 12 at the Lambs Creek Sportsman’s Club, near Mansfield and the class for women only on Saturday, May 26 at the Nessmuk Rod and Gun Club, near Wellsboro.

Those who register for the Sept. 15 class will receive a handbook when they arrive that day, Topics to be covered will include: Safety, Pistol Mechanisms and Operation, Building Pistol Shooting Skills and Pistol Maintenance, Selection and Use. Upon successfully completing the written test and shooting qualifications, participants will receive a completion certificate and a Basic Pistol Class rocker patch.

Lunch, soda and water will be provided. Participants can take snacks.

A shooter can borrow a .22 pistol for the day or bring his or her own pistol or revolver. Participants should also bring eye and ear protection. Those interested in registering are asked to contact Jones whether they borrow a .22 pistol or bring their own gun and whether they do or don’t have eye and ear protection.

The fee is $50. To register, send a check for $50 made out to Marilyn Jones to her at 1155 Old State Road, Covington, PA 16917. To register, each person is asked to provide his or her name, address, phone number, email address and date of birth to Jones. To borrow a .22 caliber pistol or eye and ear protection and for more details about this class, call 570-549-2794 or email


October 12-14
Grab your passport and sign up now for Hamilton-Gibson’s 19th annual three-day three-play theatre excursion to the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada. See live theater productions of Meredith Willson and Franklin Lacey’s musical comedy ‘”The Music Man,” William Shakespeare’s tragicomedy “The Tempest,” and the dramatization of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer prize-winning novel “To Kill A Mockingbird,” all at the Festival Theatre in Stratford.

The cost of this year’s trip is $435 per person for those staying in a double or triple occupancy hotel room and $540 per person for those staying in a room by themselves.

Included in the price are: transportation, premium reserved seating for the three plays and accommodations at the Albert Street Inn, a centrally located hotel catering to theatergoers. Hearing devices will be provided free to those who request them. 

Meals are not included.

Space can be reserved now with a $125 per person deposit. The payment balance is due in August.

Americans entering the United States from Canada are required to have a passport or passport card. It takes four to six weeks to get one.”

The bus will leave Whitneyville at 5:30 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 12 and return by 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 14. Other boarding sites are available en route to Stratford, which is six hours north of Wellsboro.

The Stratford trip is open on a first-come basis to adults and to children accompanied by adults, all having valid passports or passport cards available through some county Prothonotary offices in Pennsylvania and at the County Clerk of Court’s offices or at some local post offices in New York.

For more information or to make reservations, check or contact Larry Biddison at 570-724-4586 or To learn more about Stratford’s 2018 season, visit

November 10

The Oswayo Valley Memorial Library  will have a comprehensive blood analysis from 7-9a at the Oswayo Valley Elementary School.. Basic cost is $45; extra tests available for additional fees. Appointments are required and can be made by calling 914.274.8200 or online at

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