Jackson Township
Cambria County, Pennsylvania

 

Jackson Heritage Festival
PHOTO GALLERY - 2009



Festival headquarters, otherwise known as
the Veterans Park Storage Barn.

 

Jim Lauffer secretly wants to
enter the Cutest Baby Contest.

Festival Shuttle transports passengers
from parking areas to Veterans Park.


The Pie Shoppe of Laughlintown offers
sweets & treats.

Now . . that's Italian!

The Neighbors Who Care serve up their
famous BBQ Sandwiches & Fresh Cut Fries


Cory Henry & Aaron Henry take a break to
enjoy some great Festival food.

I repeat. . do not try this at home. .
leave it to the professionals.

 


Let me out of here!

So. . that's what an Alligator feels like.


Kim Hirko gets ready to do a vendor run for supplies.

Hey kids. . .look what I can do!


Did someone mention lunch?

This petting zoo stuff quacks me up!


If you're wondering. .this is an Irish cow.

Supper time at the Petting Zoo.


Don't rush me. . this is as slow as I can go.

I love my job!


Bounce tent is always a hit with the kids.

Tree gets crowd goin with their Irish music.


Vendor offers delicious homemade jams & jellies.

Old time tractor display.


Jen Hartnett plays a mean fiddle and
yes. . they even have a washboard.

They don't make tractors like this anymore.


Visitors from Indiana County enjoying the Festival.

One more group photo!


It's polka time with the Johnstown Button Box Club.

Officer Kline hands out free goodies to Festival goers.


Balloon twister makes all kinds of cool creations.

Ryan Hirko works as Asst. Engineer
of the Miniature Train Display.


Jazz In Your Face performs with a 20 piece big band.

Nothing like an old fashioned hay ride!


Tom Wray, Festival volunteer gives a big smile.

Can you tell me where the Hagerich
Funnel Cake booth is?


Clowns entertain children and adults alike at Festival.

Boy Scout Troop 204 always offers a wide
variety of games to test your skill.


Cambria County Community Arts Center
helps children make craft items.

John Robertson performs magic amidst the crowd.


Now you see it. . .now you don't.

I guess this is what you call "floor" seating.


Don't ask. . you had to be there!

Classic Clown Club does some face and hand painting.


Holly, security guard, meets up with an old clown friend.

Baker's my name and fun's my game!


The Fabulous Flashbacks gets crowd movin & groovin.

Oldies show is a big hit as always!


A. J. Devlin enjoys giving hayrides in his wagon.

Flashbacks keep crowd dancin throughout the evening.


Many craft booths and other vendors line
the walkways of Veterans Park.

Janet Hagerich and friends have perfected
the art of Funnel Cake making.


Spectacular fireworks display lasts nearly a half hour.

Singer Hill congregation and visitors fill the tent to capacity for Sunday Morning Worship.


Singer Hill Grace Brethren enjoy the
outdoor service under the big tent.

Special music added to the service.


Who says a dog can't have fun at the Heritage Festival?

The Masters led by Jackson Township's own John Lythgoe perform Southern Gospel music at it's finest.


Beavercreek does some serious strummin and pickin.
 

Bluegrass always delights the crowd.


Jane Goshey, ventriloquist,  and "Hank" entertain children and adults in the Senior Center Activities Room.

A. J. Pagano helps get animals from the
Petting Zoo back on the trailer for the trip home.

 


Crowd packs in for NOMaD in concert.

NOMaD rocks the house or should we say the tent!


Pittsburgh's finest country rock band,
NOMaD puts on a fantastic show.

Crowd gives NOMaD a standing ovation
at the end of the concert.


Festival ends on a high note with NOMaD.
 

Everyone had a great time. . .plan
to attend next year for a bigger &
better Heritage Festival!

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