This blog post is the second of three posts about this year’s Kinzua Heritage Festival. The festival has been held the fourth weekend in August, each year, since 2006. Click here for details and photographs from Day 1 of the festival.
The festival hours on Saturday (8/25/2018) were 10:00 am until 7:00 pm. I arrived on the festival grounds around 10:30 am and left shortly before 6:00 pm.
As I did the previous day, my day was spent photographing the festival vendors, artisans, entertainers, and attendees. Live music was provided by Rick Palieri (with Barry of Spirit Wing and of Old Dawg Bluegrass), Old Dawg Bluegrass, The Blue Mule Band, and Spirit Wing. Storytelling took place at the back stage, as well as a benefit auction at 2:00 pm. Social dancing by the Eastern Woodland Pathway dancers was at 3:00 pm at the front stage. Audience participation in the dances was good. At 4:00 pm Mandy, of Vivacious Hoopster, talked about and demonstrated hula hooping at the back stage. Attendees had opportunity to do some hula hooping as well.
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