235 Allegheny Blvd.
Brookville, PA 15825
Phone: (814) 849-8381
Fax: (814) 849-8386
235 Allegheny Blvd., Brookville, PA, US, 15825
- Phone: (814) 849-8381
- Fax: (814) 849-8386
An art haven of sorts, Sawmill Center for the Arts entertains visitors with lineup of varied plays, craft markets, art shows, exhibitions and music festivals. This non-profit organization successfully performs its dual objectives of providing a platform for budding and established artists as well as creating awareness about art, culture and history among visitors. Attend an event here for a delightful and educating experience.
Wasteland Live is located a short distance from Clarion University. This venue is one of the best places to experience live music. With two bars and a 500-persons capacity, their stage plays host to an array of regional bands and touring international acts. Hard rock dominates the scene here, with weekly karaoke and DJ nights doing the rounds. Shoot some pool or enjoy pub grub and a drink from their sizeable tap beer selection.
Weeklong festival including food vendors, arts & crafts vendors, train ride, game booths, carousel, and bake sales. Held in February.
Founded in 1997, Punxsutawney Area Community Center is located in a former high school that was built in the 1930s. The aim of this facility is to be the nave for all recreational and cultural purposes for the neighborhood. Offering various services and programs for all ages, it features a fitness zone, theater, auditorium and meeting rooms. Their SilversSneakers is specifically designed for those above the age of 50 years to encourage physical activity among the seniors.
Formerly the St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Cornerstone Baptist Church, the circa 1887 Paul G. Reitz Theater in downtown DuBois is home of Cultural Resources Inc. and the Reitz Theater Players. A non-profit organization, CRI's mission is "to provide a center for the performing arts and to foster and broaden community opportunity to enjoy the arts through a year-round schedule of events and performances."
"One of the oldest, continuously running community theater groups in the area," PTAG performs three major shows a year. These include comedies, Broadway musicals, mysteries, dramas, and children's theater presentations. Performances are held at the Punxsutawney Area High School or Middle School.
Catch all of Hollywood's latest blockbusters at this full-service theater at DuBois Mall.