Jackson Township
Cambria County, Pennsylvania


Jackson Heritage Festival


Jackson Volunteer Fire Company host 3rd Annual
Aaron Rusin Battle of the Barrel on Friday evening.

The Battle of the Barrel continues

 Under 21 Concert gets into high gear on Friday night

Magician John Robertson gets crowd involved

Festival host a record number of crafters and vendors

Many community groups help to make Festival a success!

The East-Taylor Jackson Little League Mariners help to raise
funds for the Brian Buynack Family to help them get through a hardship
from being off work due to an injury incurred on a family vacation

Central Cambria Color Guard busy at booth to help
raise funds for their organization

Hagerich Auto Sales sells funnel cakes and baked potatoes to help
raise funds for the local Humane Society

Crafter displays hand sewn purses

Lin's Touch of Elegance displays restored furniture pieces

One vendor displays a host of wind-spinners

Women's Aglow sells ice cream, perfect on a hot summer day

Gashouse Annie cranks things up with their modern flair for Country.

The Fabulous Flashbacks take the crowd back in
time with their ever-popular "Oldies" show

Small utility vehicle donated by Martin Marine
for use during the Heritage Festival

The Flashbacks play to a jam-packed house

People fill the dance floor to the music of the Flashbacks

Festival vendor offers merchandise for all ages

Looking towards Festival Food Court area

Crafters and vendors offer a wide variety of items

Festival grounds before Sunday opening

Children bounce away in air-inflated giant alligator

Tractor display and children's area of Festival grounds

The Masters based in Jackson Township
perform their brand of Southern Gospel Music

Festival-goers dine under the park pavilion

A wide variety of hand-made crafts available at Festival

Back for a 3rd year, Beavercreek plays to the crowd
with their brand of bluegrass music

A. J. Devlin offers hayrides to children

The Polka Family Band wind up the weekend of fun with a "packed house"

Crowd dances to the music of the Polka Family

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

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