Visit Clearfield Co. Lists Weekly Events

VCCCLEARFIELD – Staff members at Visit Clearfield County (VCC) have released their listing of weekly events.

Ritz Theater, downtown Clearfield

Monday-Sunday

The theater’s lobby opens at 6:30 p.m. You can grab some popcorn, even if you cannot attend the movie showings. For movies and show times, please call 814-765-5835. Prices are $6 for adults and $4 for children (12 years and under) and senior citizens (60 years and older).

Super 322 Drive-In

July 29-31

The box office at the Super 322 Drive-In will open at 7 p.m. with the show beginning at 9 p.m. The box office accepts cash only. This week’s double feature will be Ice Age: Collision Course (PG) and Jason Bourne (PG13).

Friday, July 29

Corner Concert

Shaw Park

Elmira Hope, a rising young musical artist, will appear for the first time at the Corner Concert Series on July 29.

She will entertain the crowd with Americana folk music as well as a wide range of acoustic classics and some original tunes.

Music will start at 7 p.m. on the corner of East Market and Front streets in downtown Clearfield.

Shaw Park hosts the events every Friday night throughout the summer, and it features a different style of music every week.

Donations will be collected for Susquehanna River Arts Center. “Bring a lawn chair and join the fun,” says Steve Albert, organizer.

Camp Meeting and Bible Conference

Mahaffey Camp

The annual, 10-day camp meeting and Bible conference will take place from July 22-31 and includes activities for people of all ages. Daily worship services will be held for children, youth and adults, and there will be a line-up of featured speakers. Other activities will include children’s crafts and recreations, teen sports tournaments, a golf tournament, 5K race, motorcycle rally and more. Please call the Mahaffey Camp office at 814-277-5544 for more information or visit its Web site.

Saturday, July 30

Camp Meeting and Bible Conference

Mahaffey Camp

The annual, 10-day camp meeting and Bible conference will take place from July 22-31 and includes activities for people of all ages. Daily worship services will be held for children, youth and adults, and there will be a line-up of featured speakers. Other activities will include children’s crafts and recreations, teen sports tournaments, a golf tournament, 5K race, motorcycle rally and more. Please call the Mahaffey Camp office at 814-277-5544 for more information or visit its Web site.

Sunday, July 31

Camp Meeting and Bible Conference

Mahaffey Camp

The annual, 10-day camp meeting and Bible conference will take place from July 22-31 and includes activities for people of all ages. Daily worship services will be held for children, youth and adults, and there will be a line-up of featured speakers. Other activities will include children’s crafts and recreations, teen sports tournaments, a golf tournament, 5K race, motorcycle rally and more. Please call the Mahaffey Camp office at 814-277-5544 for more information or visit its Web site.

Clearfield County Fair

Clearfield Fairgrounds

The Clearfield County Fair will open Sunday, July 31 and run through Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Clearfield fairgrounds. It will feature food vendors, agricultural and art exhibits, animal barns, amusements in the Midway and entertainment for the entire family. Visit the Clearfield County Fair official Web site for event schedules or follow the fair on Facebook.

Monday, Aug. 1

Clearfield County Fair

Clearfield Fairgrounds

The Clearfield County Fair will open Sunday, July 31 and run through Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Clearfield fairgrounds. It will feature food vendors, agricultural and art exhibits, animal barns, amusements in the Midway and entertainment for the entire family. Visit the Clearfield County Fair official Web site for event schedules or follow the fair on Facebook.

Tuesday, Aug. 2

Clearfield County Fair

Clearfield Fairgrounds

The Clearfield County Fair will open Sunday, July 31 and run through Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Clearfield fairgrounds. It will feature food vendors, agricultural and art exhibits, animal barns, amusements in the Midway and entertainment for the entire family. Visit the Clearfield County Fair official Web site for event schedules or follow the fair on Facebook.

Wednesday, Aug. 3

Clearfield County Fair

Clearfield Fairgrounds

The Clearfield County Fair will open Sunday, July 31 and run through Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Clearfield fairgrounds. It will feature food vendors, agricultural and art exhibits, animal barns, amusements in the Midway and entertainment for the entire family. Visit the Clearfield County Fair official Web site for event schedules or follow the fair on Facebook.

Ales and Easels

Doc G’s, DuBois

On the first Wednesday of every month, Doc G’s will host “Ales and Easels.” Guests will enjoy a fun, beginner’s course in the art of acrylic paint with local artist, Patty Smith. All supplies and materials are included, and the guests keep their work. There will be a light pub style meal and beverages, as well. The cost to participate in “Ales and Easels” is $35 and reservations are required. To make a reservation, contact Doc’s G or Patty Smith.

Thursday, Aug. 4

Clearfield County Fair

Clearfield Fairgrounds

The Clearfield County Fair will open Sunday, July 31 and run through Saturday, Aug. 6 at the Clearfield fairgrounds. It will feature food vendors, agricultural and art exhibits, animal barns, amusements in the Midway and entertainment for the entire family. Visit the Clearfield County Fair official Web site for event schedules or follow the fair on Facebook.

Summer Music Fest

DuBois City Park

You can enjoy “Clearfield Community Band” – Aug. 4, and “Sharptones” – Aug. 18. Aug. 11 and Aug. 25 are to be announced. Please bring your own chair and some bleacher seating is available for approximately 100 people. In case of inclement weather, concerts will try to be rescheduled.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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