Sunday’s schedule of events for the region’s festivals

July 14, 2013 

schedule of events

With four major festivals in Centre County wrapping up Sunday, there’s a lot of entertainment and activities to chose from. Below is a list of Sunday’s events at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in State College, The People’s Choice Festival in Boalsburg, the Philipsburg Heritage Days in Philipsburg and the Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival on the Grange Fairgrounds in Centre Hall.

Sunday Festival Events

Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts

Downtown State College and Penn State campus

8:15 a.m.: 10-mile race, Medlar Field

8:30 a.m.: 10K race, Medlar Field

8:45 a.m.: 5K race, Medlar Field

11 a.m.: Kids Fun Run, Medlar Field

Noon: The Long Afternoon, Festival Shell Stage

12:30 p.m.: Andy Tolins Bluegrass Revue, Allen Street Stage

1:30 p.m.: Bellefonte Community Band, Sidney Friedman Park

2:30 p.m.: The Project, Festival Shell Stage

3:30 p.m.: The Earthtones, Festival Shell Stage

4:30 p.m.: Below Centre, Allen Street Stage

On the Web: www.arts-festival.com

People’s Choice Festival

Pennsylvania Military Museum, Boalsburg

11:30: a.m.: Alternative Education

1:30 p.m.: Elvis Impersonator Brad Crum (set 1)

3:30 p.m.: Elvis Impersonator Brad Crum (set 2)

On the Web: www.peopleschoicefestival.com.

Heritage Days Festival

Downtown Philipsburg

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.: Car show

2:30 p.m.: Car raffle

3 p.m.: Cowchip Bingo, P-O football field

On the Web: http://www.philipsburgheritagedays.com/default.aspx

Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival

Grange fairgrounds, Centre Hall

9 a.m.: Church service with Raven Creek and Billy Lee Cox

10 a.m.: Mailpouch Express

11 a.m.: Kody Norris and Watauga Mountain Boys

Noon: Remington Ryde

1 p.m.: Rebecca Colleen & Chore Lads

2 p.m.: Kody Norris and Watauga Mountain Boys

3 p.m.: Unusual Suspects

On the Web: www.remingtonryde.com/bluegrass_festival.htm.

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