WARREN, Pa. – The USDA Forest Service announced the inclusion of live music from headlining bands, Take Solo and One Last Breath, at the Allegheny National Forest Centennial Celebration on Sunday, Sept. 24 at the Twin Lakes Recreation Area.
Take Solo, based out of Pittsburgh, performs a fusion of rock, country, and bluegrass music. They will be playing from 3:15 p.m. until 5. One Last Breath is a new and classic rock band, based out of St. Marys, performing from 5-7.
An acoustic performance by Iris Heather is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Additionally, there will be buskers around the event area performing acoustic music for the public to enjoy.
Admission is free to this family-friendly event. Other planned festivities include kids’ activities, guided hikes, an expo of organizations, history displays, food trucks, and beverage vendors.
The celebration at Twin Lakes Recreation Area is the signature event for a weekend of exciting opportunities that include the ANF100 Juried Art Exhibition at the Crary Art Gallery, ANF on Film: A Hunter’s/Angler’s Guide to ANF at the Struthers Library Theatre, and the Jakes Rocks Trail Fest at Kinzua Beach.
There will also be a 100-mile Hiking Challenge, a 100-mile Paddle Challenge, a Centennial Trail of History, a Centennial Geocache Trail, and more. Information on these activities is available on the ANF website.
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