Clearfield and Jefferson Counties, PA – What’s happening this weekend? Check out the full list of events for July 12 through 14!

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For a list of ALL of the events, Click Here!

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The Thunder Mountain Speedway presents Grady’s Decision Night on Friday, July 12! Racing begins at 7:30, but the grandstand will be open at 5:30. Pits open at 5. There will be a Chinese auction and donations collected for Grady’s Decision, a non-profit offering emotional and financial support to families dealing with premature births and babies’ medical issues.

Click Here to learn more about Grady’s Decision Night.

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The DuBois Village Personal Care Community is hosting their annual Summer Concert Series, which gets better every year! The Moore Brothers are coming to DuBois Village on Friday, July 12 from 7 until 8 p.m. Admission is free, and it’s open to the public. Plus, you can enter their summer prize giveaway for a $100 Sheetz gift card. Bring a lawn chair and a friend!

Click Here to learn more about the Moore Brothers concert at DuBois Village.

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This Saturday, July 13, from 11 until 5, come to the Depot at Doolittle’s in DuBois for their Jurassic Day! Some actors and animatronic dinosaurs from Jurassic Parksburg will be coming in! There will also be paleontologists with specimens and live animal meet-and-greets. Your $5 donation will go to the DuBois United Way.

Click Here to learn more about Jurassic Day at Depot at Doolittle’s.

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NFL star and DuBois native, Paul Butler, will be returning home this weekend in Reynoldsville for his youth football camp! It’s happening at Falcon Field in Reynoldsville all day Saturday, July 12. The athletes must have already been registered, but you’re invited to watch as they run official NFL drills. You can also listen on Sunny 106.5 FM to hear live coverage from 8 until 10 a.m. Saturday.

Click Here to learn more about the Paul Butler Football Camp.

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The Reynoldsville Red White and Blueberry Festival is happening from Friday until Sunday (most events are on Saturday)! The Red, White, and Blueberry Festival will include a yard sale, bingo, dances, live bands, crafts, vendors, chalk art contest, bake-off, children’s bike parade, hockey, pie eating contest, book sale, car races, roller skating, teen swimming, and fireworks. There will also be coffee, muffins, blueberry wine and blueberry goodies.

Click Here to learn more about the Reynoldsville Red White and Blueberry Festival.

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If your dog can fetch and loves to play Frisbee, take them out to Woofstock this weekend at the Sandy Township Recreational Park this Saturday and Sunday from 9 until 3! Don’t have a dog? That’s fine! Come out and watch! Admission is free, but concessions will be sold to raise money for a non-profit rescue organization.

Click Here to learn more about Woofstock.

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The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life is an event to celebrate survivorship and raise funds for cancer research, education, advocacy and service programs. Come join the Relay for Life and the fight against cancer in the DuBois City Park on Saturday, July 13 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Food, fun, music, entertainment, raffles, and take turns walking the track.

Click Here to learn more about the 2019 DuBois Relay for Life.

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Special Olympics Pennsylvania for DuBois-Jefferson County is having sign-ups for soccer training on Sunday, July 14. The sign-ups are from 3 until 5 p.m. at Goodwill Industries at 131 Preston Way in Falls Creek. This is soccer training for people of all ages who are eligible to be in Special Olympics! The first practice will be on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 10 until 11:30 a.m. at the Spider Lake Soccer Fields.

Click Here to learn more about the Special Olympics soccer training sign-ups.

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Brockway’s Music in the Park concert series continues this Sunday, July 14, with Buckshot. Buckshot is a five-piece band featuring “well-seasoned musicians” who play country music, oldies, rock and roll and classic rock. The concerts are sponsored by The Frank Varischetti Foundation and are held at the American Legion stage in Taylor Memorial Park. Concerts start at 6 p.m. and are free! If it rains, it’ll be held in the Brockway High School Auditorium.

Click Here to learn about the free Buckshot concert in Brockway.

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Enjoy a carnival, truck and tractor pull, demo derby, old-fashioned mud races, and a professional rodeo at the Jefferson County Fair from July 14 to 20 (Sunday to Saturday)! Visit their website for more info and schedule at JeffCoFair.com.

Click Here to learn more about the Jefferson County Fair and see the schedule.