Thursday, June 24 at 800am - ‘B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Boat: Portland Mills-Arroyo)*’ Bring your own boat, beverage, and… bananas, for an interpretive guided float down the National Wild & Scenic Clarion River. This 6-mile historical program is for experienced paddlers only. This section of river is rich in local history. We will pass evidence of the old log booms & mills at Portland Mills as well as bridge remnants of the Clarion River Railway. Come see where John Cobb’s mill was located before he was flooded out at Beech Bottom. Bald eagles & osprey often make an appearance on this secluded wilderness float. We will meet promptly at the Park Office and travel to the starting point. Don’t forget your fishing poles! Cost is $40/boat payable by cash, check, or money order made out to ‘Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’. Folks must pre-register at the Park Office at (814)744-8407 or [email protected] by 6/22. Registration limited to 10 boats. Prior Cook Forest kayak training participants receive a 50% discount. Register early, available spots go fast. See you on the river! (8 hrs)
Get ready for the full moon on the night of June 24 at Parker Dam State Park with a free, fun program! At 7 p.m. before the moon rises, enjoy a guided hike and a lot of great information about June's special "super moon".
On Friday, June 25th from 9:00am-2:00pm visit Christ the King Manor Community Center for a Craft Sale.
2021 Corner Concert Series is every Friday during summer at the Lower Whitmer Park "corner park" in Clearfield, 7 until 9 p.m. for a free, fun night of music. Donations will be collected, if you would like to give back. June 25 - Joe Quick
DuBois Area Council On The Arts and Downtown DuBois Inc. is sponsoring Art In The Window in downtown DuBois. from Saturday, June 5, to June 26, 2021. We are inviting the public to come to the downtown area and visit the many establishments, stores, restaurants, and salons, and peruse their windows to see what local artists are painting and to support our local businesses.
The Brockway Schools and Community Education Foundation, a non-profit organization, will be hosting a golf scramble fundraiser to benefit Brockway area students and staff. This event will be held June 26 at the Brockway Golf Course, registration at 8:00 am and tee off at 9:00am. The entrance fee of $100 p/p includes 18 holes of golf w/cart, lunch, dinner, team prizes, skill prizes, raffles, and 50/50. Sponsors and teams needed.
Saturday, June 26 at 900am - ‘Walk with Friends: To the Hogback & Back!*’ Join the Friends of Cook Forest as we take a 6.5 mile strenuous interpretive hike ((sometimes off-trail) to the Hogback, a peculiar horseshoe curve and steep razorback ridge where the picturesque Clarion River wraps around you along the Tobecco Trail. If time permits we’ll measure big pitch pines on the hilltops and the park’s largest cucumbertree 350ft down at the valley floor. Pack a lunch & water. Please meet at the Park Office where we’ll drive to the starting point. (4 hrs)
Gather on the Grass Worship Inc. is hosting. Christian Rock Band "Seventh Day Slumber" will be performing live as part of their "Recovery Tour" at the Elk County Fair Grounds on Sunday, June 27, 2021. The show starts at 6:00 PM with an opening performance by "A Day Awaits", a local Christian Alternative Rock Band from Clearfield, PA. Admission is free but a love offering will be collected for anyone who would like to donate.
The Clearfield County Bookmobile will be making stops around the area for the month of June, with a new town each day. Check the schedule for details.
Raise money for Relay For Life by purchasing a ticket for a drive-thru dinner! Tickets are $8 per meal, with advanced ticket sales only. The dinner itself can be picked up on July 14, but all orders must be placed by July 1. The take-out dinner is being catered by Shannon's Catering. Two options are available: lasagna or stuffed chicken breast. Lasagna comes with salad, bread, and desert. Stuffed chicken breast comes with masked potatoes and gravy, salad, bread, and desert.