This Sunday, June 12 and Wednesday, June 15 we'll be joining Penns Valley Conservation Association and Penns Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited at Poe Paddy Tunnel for guided walks and fly fishing demonstrations along Penns Creek. Depending on where you are coming from, the drive out to this location will take between 30-45 minutes, so please double check your directions before leaving home as cell service is unreliable around this destination. The views as you enter the Poe Paddy State Park area are gorgeous and perfect for rolling your window down to enjoy the cool forest air and breeze!
Happy Valley is a thriving destination for the performing arts and there’s perhaps no better showcase than the Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest. The event highlights the area’s vibrant professional and pre-professional theatre, dance, and performing arts groups through one immersive weekend.
This summer, enjoy a new culinary scene in Centre County as our area’s talented chefs create dishes available for one week only. Try new tastes at your old stand-bys or see what’s cooking at that place you haven’t been to.
Summer is upon us and Exploring Altoona and Happy Valley has never been easier or more inviting. With parks, pools, ball games, hiking trails, and festivals all at the ready, pull out your calendars and start making those summer bucket lists, starting off with DelGrosso’s Amusement Park.
As summer approaches, there is no better way to cool down and relax in the late afternoon or evening than with a cold, tasty, sweet treat perfect for the whole family. Our ideas are not only super satisfying, they will create a fun family activity with kids, grandkids, or just those young at heart.
State College, PA, May 19-Clearwater Conservancy has released the 2022 schedule for the sixth season of the organization’s Centred Outdoors program. The program, with support from Mount Nittany Health, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (PA-DCNR), and the Hamer Foundation, invites everyone of all ages and fitness levels to participate in free guided adventures at outdoor destinations throughout Centre County. Pronounced ‘centered’, the program is spelled “Centred” for Centre County.
Experience the cool vibe of downtown State College during our monthly First Friday events. A casual atmosphere features art, people-watching, mingling with friends, shopping, and dining at the diverse and delectable State College restaurants. First Friday goers will experience after-hours access to galleries and shops, free bites and beverages, live music and entertainment, retail and restaurant specials, and more. And there’s free parking in the Pugh, Fraser and Beaver garages with validations from participating merchants!