125 Lewis Drive
Somerset, PA 15501
Phone: (814) 445-8788
Fax: (814) 445-9245
Art exhibits, concerts, theatre and dance performances and workshops can be enjoyed at Laurel Arts, which is found in an Early American house.
Over 100 dealers on the streets of Somerset offering many antiques and collectibles. Held in August.
One of the premier venues for youth-related activities and events, the North Star Youth Outreach strives to create a safe recreational space for kids of various ages in Boswell. They arrange numerous events and programs throughout the year, like camps, concerts and more. See the website or call to know more.
One of 12 professional summer stock theaters remaining in the United States today, the Mountain Playhouse is Pennsylvania's oldest professional stock theater. Housed in a restored 1805 gristmill, the 393-seat Mountain Playhouse brings Broadway-quality entertainment to Pennsylvania. Located in the theater lobby, the Jenner Art Gallery features the works of area artists.
Farmers & Threshermens Jubilee is a community event that benefits the New Centerville and Rural Volunteer Fire Co. Corn shelling, dog-powered butter churning, blacksmithing, broom making, ground hog thresher, antique tractors and antique power saws are just some of the demonstrations that will take place at the annual Farmers & Threshermens Jubilee. A parade, food, contests, a quilt show and sale, pageant, and more can also be enjoyed. The Farmers & Threshermens Jubilee will take place in September.
A yearly Somerset County event for over 100 years, this eight-day agricultural and educational fair features carnival rides, games, entertainment, an exhibit hall, animal shows and judging, competitions, food and much more. The Somerset County Fair will take place in August.
This talented group offers an array of regular season shows, weekend films, the "Grand Night for Music Concert Series," and the "Vintage Film in the Valley Series."
The Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center enriches the lives of community members by providing an opportunity to experience, explore, and create art in its many forms. The Arts Center recognizes the need to create a context for art in modern life and to this end it is dedicated to providing new perspectives from which to view its offerings and learning opportunities. The Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center presents a variety of high quality performing arts events including the Mainstage Series, Winter Jazz, Stage Door Series for children and UPJ Theater Department Performances. It hosts the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, River City Brass Band and Johnstown Concert Ballet. The Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center serves as home for the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art's satellite exhibitions and is the center of artistic, educational, social, and economic resources for the Greater Johnstown area.
Stanton’s Mill was built circa 1797 and was in function till 1994. This historic flour mill was restored to its 1850s appearance by miller John Childers and is run on electricity. The water wheel though not in use adds another charm to this place. It was over the years the focal point for village life and was used for various things such as a voting station and a distillery.
Home to the Johnstown Chiefs, the Cambria County War Memorial Arena is host to several performances and sporting and promotional events each year.
The Johnstown Symphony Orchestra provides live performances of high-quality classical orchestral music featuring local, regional and internationally-known artists. Unless otherwise noted, all concerts are at 7:30 p.m. at the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center.
This annual, four-day event features more than 300 athletes competing in such events as alpine and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, figure and speed skating, to qualify for the 2009 World Games. Held in February.