Come and join us in August for the 2013 Kinzua Arts & Music Festival,
this is our 8th year of striving to keep the past alive.
The Kinzua Heritage Festival is three days of history and fun tucked into a beautiful hillside
on Fox Hill Road in Russell, PA.
At the main stage, you can relax under a large tent and listen to sounds of Native American, traditional country, folk, and bluegrass music. Make sure to stop at the birch beer booth and enjoy a glass.
Watch and join the dancers as they perform traditional dances throughout the day or stay for the drum circle at dusk. Bid on items at the auctions throughout the weekend and help raise money for a local cause.
Native American and traditional artisans display their crafts and skills throughout the grounds. Artisans at the festival have showcased everything from glass blowing to metalwork, leather crafts to hand spun yarns. This year we will be expanding our heritage demonstrators and we look forward to seeing candle dipping on site.
Follow the path through the woods and visit with the craft people and demonstrators on your way to the hand constructed longhouse, but watch out for the Civil War reenactors roaming the woods.
At the rear stage tucked into the trees, you can listen to storytelling, watch the children play games, or relax with friends and enjoy the forest.Children at the festival will enjoy the pony rides, games and some hand on craft project that they can make and take home.