Schedule

“BOTH DAYS”

OCTOBER 13 and 14, 2018

Zelienople Main Street Park  (At the Four Corners)

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Corner (1)

Arts, Crafts & Entertainment

Handcrafted Jewelry,Handbags, Decorative candle warmers, Avon products, Carved and Scentsy candles, Painted items, Christmas ornaments, Children’s items, Welcome signs, Women’s accessories, Wood Art, Kitchen tools, Sand Art, Polymer clay figurines, Food mixers, Pottery, Baskets, Gourd Crafts, Aromatherapy, Wreaths, and much more!! 

Live Music at the Gazebo all Day!  Food!

“Guess the weight of the huge pumpkin on display and win the Pumpkin!!” also Festival 50-50 tickets, and Festival T-Shirts at the Festival Informational Booth.  Tickets drawn Sunday 5:00 pm

 

Corner 2 (Farmer’s Market) 

Fall Decorations and Market Tent Foods!

Orchard Fresh Apples, Farm Produce, Pumpkins all sizes, Fall Mums, Corn Stalks, Gourds, Squash, Indian Corn, Straw, Fall Arrangements, and many more fall decorative items! 

Fresh pressed Apple Cider by the jug or cup, mixed flavors; Apple Dumplings, Baked Goods, Pumpkin Rolls, Breads, Apple and Pumpkin Butters, Jams and more!

The Wayne Buckaroos 

More Country Foods!  Beside the FARMERS MARKET!

“Amish Baked Goods and More” -Amish Sat. Only 

Antiques & Collectible Market

“Tents full of Old Treasures to Buy”

Pony Rides and Farm Friends

By: Party Ponies & Farm Friends

“Ride and enjoy the animals in the lawn behind the Farmer’s Market Tent

 

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Corner (3) Homemade Country Food 

Cheese Sticks, Hot Sausage, Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, French Fries,

Bottled Pop, Apple Dumplings w/Ice Cream, Tacos, Gyros, Steak Hoagies,

Fried Veggies, Corn Dogs, Chicken Planks w/Fries, Fajitas, Pierogies,

Philly Steak, Haluski, Muffins, Funnel Cake, Donuts, Hot Pretzels, Cakes, Hot Kettle Corn, Pumpkin Funnel Cake, Hot Cookies, Pork Barbeque, and more!! 

“Large Dining Tent with tables and chairs for your dining enjoyment”!

 

Homemade Hot Soup, Sandwich and Beverages!

By “The Willing Workers”(11:00 am-7 pm Sat.)(Noon-5 pm Sun.)

At: St. Paul’s Lutheran Church - Strobel Hall - No. Main Street, Zelienople

Also - Public Parking available for a $2.00 donation

 

“Both Days!” - FREE!  Horse Drawn Trolley/Wagon Rides

11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Saturday

11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. - Sunday

Friendship Hill Equine Services - www.magicofhorses.com

“Loading in front of the Historic Encampment”

Sponsored by: Choice One Staffing Group Inc.

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Corner (4) Historic Encampments

Independent Mountain Men of Pa. Encampment

Come see living history from the American Frontier period of 1700 to 1840.  Listen to the historical talks, watch the fireside cooking, tomahawk throwing, flint and steel fire making gun and other demos.  (Visit www.immofpa.com)


Civil War Historians Encampment

*101st Pa. Volunteer Infantry historian, Ed Boots, share their lives during the Civil War. also, Civil War Books & Pictures, Civil War Swords, Clothing

Mark Bracken-Collector of coins, paper money, documents, stamps, money from the Civil War and other time periods!.

Piper’s Pottery-Joshua Hassan-handmade/wheel thrown pottery !

Ambrose’s Antique Corn Grinding Machine

Rich Ambrose will show you how to make corn meal as they did in yester year with his 1911 Stickney 1-¾ H.P. engine, operating a Burr Mill grinding corn.  His great-grandfather bought this engine brand new in 1911. 

Beekeeper - Bee Displays

Watch the bees working as you learn from James Hoffman the beekeeper. Select the fresh jars of honey and beeswax candles for sale. 

Antique Farm Equipment

Stand up Corn Sheller, Wooden Wheel Barrow, Walking Plow, & more 

by Wayne Landis-Collector.

Colonial Wood Bucket Cooper and Rope Making

Quality buckets and ropes made with old time workmanship skills

of the Robert Huber Family.

Colonial Made Wood Furniture and Stained Glass

Quality made furniture and stained-glass assembly and construction

by Joe and Beverly Heasley

Historic Grist Mill in Operation

Display and education of Buckwheat processing of flours ground by the historic Zanella Milling Co., Matthew Zanella, West Sunbury, Pa.

Cooked Buckwheat Cake samples and Buckwheat Flour for sale.

Paw Paw Fruit

Learn about paw paw’s history and taste with grower Duane Hennon

 Antique Kitchen Tools

Kitchen display by collector Leroy Bintrim

 Maple Syrup Farm

Discover and buy the many uses of maple syrup from Philson’s Bushel & A Peck Farm

Homemade Sauerkraut  

Spinners & Weavers Guild of Butler

Fiber spinning, knitting, crocheting, and much more!

  


   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2018

Zelienople, North Main Street Gazebo


9:30 am - 11:30 pm   ………………..................................................WALDO YOUNG

“Folk, Country, and Rock Music”

12:00 noon – 1:00 pm ………………………….……………….…………………..TONY BARGE

“Singing His Latest Album” 

1:30 pm - 4:30 pm …………………………...................COUNTRY SHOWCASE BAND

“Tony Barge with Classic Country Music” 

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm ……………………………….....................................DONNIE CLARK

“America’s Proud Country Music”

 

 

Zelienople, North Main Street

 

11:00 am - 1:00 pm..WISR WBUT THE ROCK RADIO! LIVE REMOTE BROADCAST

“Prizes and Givaways” 

9:00 am - 7:00 pm ………………………….....................................BOB’S CHS EXPRESS

“Barrel Train Rides for Children”  At: Northwest Bank

12 noon – 5:00 pm………………………...............................THE BUTLER NOTABLES

“Barbershop Chorus”  At: Z Town Café 

9:00 am - 7:00 pm……….BUTLER COUNTY TOURISM & CONVENTION BUREAU   

                                           PROMO JEEP!  “On Display”  (In Front of Zelie Sunoco)                                               

 

Zelienople, Main Street and West Spring Street Parking Lot


10:00 am - 7:00 pm ………………………………………………..……..KIDS ACTIVITY ALLEY!

“Fun for kids of all ages!”

Bounces and Games

Professional Face Painting

 

10:00 am - 7:00 pm ……………………………...............FOOD AND BEVERAGE TENTS

By: Cool Treats Concession

Featuring: Ice Cream Floats, Kids novelties, Cold drinks,

Hot dogs, Sweet Italian Sausage and Apple Dumplings!

                                                                                                                     

10:00 am - 5:30 pm ………………………13th ANNUAL CHILI COOK OFF CONTEST!!

“HOME KITCHEN COOKS CONTEST”

(To Register - Call:724-316-1073 or 724-473-0017)

“BIG PRIZES FOR THE WINNING BEST COOKS!”

“Come and taste the Best Chili”!!!

 

MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT!

 

11:30 am - 1:30 pm …………………………………….........................*PAT BLACKBURN

3:30 pm - 6:00 pm  “Sidewalk Area”                                 “One Woman Band and Contest MC” 

Pat, also Singer and Song Writer is performing her new songs from her new Albums-Come and join the fun! 

1:30 pm  -  3:30 pm ……………………………..………........................ NATHAN MASSIE

“Sidewalk Area”                                                                “Piano Young Man with a Classic Beat” 

“Hot fresh AMISH DONUTS!!” - (Sat. Only)

(Sarah’s Amish Donut Tent is located outside the lower end of the big Chili Cook Off Tent!)

“Delicious Raised Donuts!”

  

Zelienople, South Main Street,  Zelienople Historical Society


9:00 am to 3:00 pm……………………………………. Historical “TREASURE HUNT”!!!

*Pick up the “list of clues” on the side porch of the

Passavant House at 243 S. Main St., Zelienople any time after 9 am.

*Follow the clues to pick up clue letters at the designated merchant’s businesses.

*Figure out the historically related word,and drop off

your entry on the Passavant House side porch by 3 pm.

 

10:00 am, noon, and 2:00 pm ……………….....TOURS of the PASSAVANT HOUSE!

11:00 am, 1:00 and 3:00 pm……………………………….. TOURS of the BUHL HOUSE

221 S. Main Street

(Tours are Free, Donations appreciated)

 

11:00 am - 6:00 pm ……………………………. GENUINE CAJUN JAMBALAYA DINNER!

“Serving in Zelie’s Garden”    (Rice, chicken, sausage, veggies, all with a twist of spices)

Only $5.00 (Also beverages and desert pies served)

(Famous Louisiana dish prepared on site by Shawn Warren

“The Keystone Cajun” native born and raised deep in the south)

How did jambalaya get its name?

Cajun or Creole Jambalaya originates from the French Quarter of New Orleans, in the Original European sector. It was an attempt by the Spanish to make paella in the New World, where saffron was not readily available. Tomatoes became the substitute for saffron. The word is said to be a compound word of Jambon form the French meaning ham,and Aya meaning rice in African, as there were many slaves in the Louisiana at the time. Common belief is that it originated from the Spanish Paella, which has also transformed in the United States to a dish called Spanish Rice.                              


12 Noon - 4:00 pm (Sat.) …………………………….……...”Festival fun for Children”! 

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Sun.)……………………………“Free fingernail painting for girls”!

                                                                                                  “Free tatoos for boys”

10:00 am – 12 noon  ……………………………..……….”THAT GUY WITH THE BIRDS”!

“ Meet the Exotic Birds”

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm …………………………………..……..……………EXOTIC BIRD SHOW! 

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm …………………………………………………………..EXOTIC BIRD SHOW!

(At Passavant House Gazebo in back garden)

 


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2018 

Zelienople, Main St. & West Spring St. Parking Lot

12 noon - 5:00 pm………………………..……………………………….KIDS ACTIVITY ALLEY!

“Fun for kids of all ages!”

“Bounce, Slide, Maze and Games”

Professional Face Painting

12 noon - 5:00 pm ……………………………………..…....FOOD AND BEVERAGE TENTS!

By: Cool Treat Concession

Featuring: Ice Cream Floats, Kids Novelties, Cold drinks

Hot dogs, Sweet Italian Sausage and Apple Dumplings!

 

THE MUSICAL JUBILEE!!!

12 noon - 1:00 pm  ………………………………DAN HULSE BANJO MINSTREL SHOW!

Small Tent    “Banjo Music for all Ages!”

Djhulse@juno.com

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm  ………………………...……………………..............The Win/Win Duo!

Big Tent  “A Team of Music!”

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm …………………………………………...…............................JOE LEGE!

Big Tent    “Accordian Music Magic!” 

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm …………………………………………….................FREDDY KELLEHER!

Small Tent   “The Music Man!”

              

Zelienople North Main Street Gazebo

 

12 Noon - 1:30 pm ……………………….………………….............THE BANJO ALL STARS

Banjoallstars@verizon.net

“Fantastic Zing of the Strings” 

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ……………………...……………….....................JOHNNY CALINGER

“The Country “J” Classic Country Music”  

3:30 pm - 5:00 pm …………………………….…………………….....................HEART-BEAT

“Christian Praise Band”

www.heartbeatraise.com

                                      

Zelienople, Main Street


1:00 pm  - 5:00 pm …………..…………. DAN HULSE BANJO STROLLING MINSTREL

“Banjo Music & Singing” and “Kids, you can

learn to be a Banjo Player”! Djhulse@juno.com

                                                                                                         

12 noon  - 5:00 pm ………...……….………………….....................BOB’S CHS EXPRESS

“At: Northwest Savings Bank”     “Barrel Train Rides for Children”

                          

Zelienople, South Main Street

ZELIENOPLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

12 noon and 2:00 pm …………………………..…..……….……TOURS of the PASSAVANT HOUSE!

243 South Main Street, Zelienople 

1:00 pm and 3:00 pm ………………………...........………  TOURS of the BUHL HOUSE!

221 South Main Street, Zelienople

 

12 noon - 5:00 pm   …………………………... GENUINE CAJUN JAMBALAYA  DINNER!

Only $5.00 (Also beverages and desert pies served!

(Famous Louisiana dish prepared by Shawn Warren)

“Serving in Zelie’s Garden”