I was asked to be the official photographer at this year’s Kinzua Heritage Festival. My capacity as official photographer was purely on a volunteer basis.
The festival was held in a quaint little place in the woods, with wooden built stage set up and places for vendors. The vendors sold such things as Indian crafts, skins, leather, wooden flutes, metal works, jewelry, quilts, shawls, and pottery. Festival attendees could go on a pony ride ($5.00), watch craftsmen at work and hear their stories, and listen to music. Musical entertainment was available throughout each day. Kinzua Heritage Festival was so much fun! I attended the festival all three days, August 26-28. I took 700+ pictures over the 3-day period, some of which you may view by clicking here.