Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Arts In the Park September 22nd and 23rd

" Arts in the park" a two-day festival . This festival is a joint effort of the Aleppo grange #2054 and the community and is held at Ryerson state park, wind ridge greene county pennsylvania.
Festival hours are Saturday the 22nd from 10 am to 6 pm Sunday from 10 am till 5pm Entertainment for the whole family.

Monday, August 27, 2007

Mason Dixon Park Event

There are many more events scheduled and will be listed throughout each week as I work to update.It is a very busy time and I will try to respond to as many people as possible. If I hadn't emailed you or chanced to catch you on the phone it's not that I forgot but that I am working on it and it occasionally takes me a while to personally respond, but feel free to email me your opinions on the festivals and know that I enjoyed meeting all of you and hope to see you again at upcoming events.
Thank you for a enlightening weekend at the Mason Dixon Park, where you find their little bit of heaven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. I would like to personality thank Connie for her wonderful hospitality, her determination, hard work and love for what she does .Her dedication reflects beautifully through out the park, and it is harmony at its best.
Rachel Charlotte miller

Universal Life healing Center September 15th

Universal Life Healing Center 405 sixth street Irwin, Pa 15642 for more Information call 724 864-8814 .
Come on out for a unique day in getting in touch with your inner self. I will have a wonderful display of poetry and prose as well as the book
Dear Kimblake, It's not always black and white sometimes we have to add a little color. An inspirational look at life through love and friendship.
I'll also have a wide range of oils that will compliment your aromatherapy and medicincal regimen.
Time from 9 am to 3 pm. Right in the art of Irwin
Scheduled events include, readings by local mediums, bake goods , door prizes, add this event to your annual outings and come out for a unique experience.

West Newton Community Festival Sept 7th , 8 th and 9 th

A step back in time is this community event, fun for the whole family , good food, Made in the U.S.A arts and crafts and music and talent for all
walks of life. If you haven't come out to enjoy the season now is the time.
West Newton Pennsylvania for that old home town feeling.
September 7 th , 8th and 9th
hours as followed 4 to 11pm friday and 10 to 11 saturday and sunday.
Of course I'll be there with a great new display of poetry , prose and signing books.
They guarantee the best ribs on this side of the monghalea river and I guarantee that there will be someting for everyone.

Labor United Celebration September 2nd and 3rd

Wow! The summer season is coming to an end, but we are still excited at the prospect of Autumn. With it comes a wide range of events and I will try to list as I organize.
Labor day I will be at Northmoreland Park in Westmoreland Pennsylvania. Come out and enjoy in the Labor United Celebration. A wide range of events will be held from great music, to childrens activities, rides and of course the arts and crafts festival. Always a huge turn out so come early and spend the day or spend the weekend enjoying the scenic hills of Pennsylvania.
Event hours are from 11:00 am to 7 :pm sunday and labor day monday
For Directions and events schedules check out the site,

Sunday, August 19, 2007

La la la Away

I am just sitting listen to music, feeling a bit melancholy. I am not quite sure if it's because I believe or because I doubt. There were many people who shared bits of their life saturday and I found that there is always two ways if not more to view life. Are we stronger because we can, or weaker because we don't ? I envisioned the old adage" the grass is always greener." I felt needy as I wanted to feel your arms around me and just remain peaceful and quite for a moment.. It seems to be one of those weeks where I wanted to run and never look back ,to wanting to stand tall and accept all challenges. Mixed emotions toying with me. I feel like if the tears could fall they would blend with the fallen rain on deaf ears.
Sing a song, sing of joy, sing of love for which you toyed,
took my heart and kept it there and empty I remain.

The sound of the rain as it pours on down, cleansing the soil and renewing the ground. Somethings are true , they are nothing with out you, a dance without out love would be so awfully blue.
You can da da da today and I promise to la la la away. Singing and dancing the day through what I wouldn't do to be there with you.

You can da da da alnight and I will promise to la la la till your in sight. Singing and dancing the night through what I wouldn't do to be there with you.

You can da da da right now and I promise to la la la awhile. Singing and dancing on the clouds above, I"m gonna dance with you my love.

You can da dada in your sleep and I'll la la la in my dreams. Singing and
dancing creating fun, I'd do it just to feel you hug.

You can da da da and I'll la la la day and night and all through the year I am sure that I feel you here.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Mountaineer 14th Annual Wings Cookoff

This looks to be a great family fun day, with a large turn.


Monday, August 13, 2007

nothing is gonna change my love for you

I laugh when I think of the Lucy era... as they say laughter is the best medicine. Then surely I am the luckiest person in all of the world to have such a wonderful friend who brings such joy into my life. Because I love....

Tuesday, August 7, 2007

25th Annual Mason-Dixon Frontier Festival

The 25 th Annual Mason-Dixon Frontier Festival will be held on August 25 th and 26 th from 10 am till 6pm.
Saturday at 1 pm Civil War re-enactment to be followed by leg amputation of wounded soldier by Noel Clemmer.
Music for Saturday includes 10 am Matt Sherman, 2 pm Lifes Railway, 3 pm Roger Cutright, 4 pm Wild Fire, 5 pm Valerie Campbell, Sunday 9:30 am non-denominational worship service, 10 am Matt Sherman and friends, noon Country Pride, 1 pm Roger Cutright, 2 pm till 4pm 501, 5pm Granny Blosser. Call Rich Lash to participate in music 304-798-3596. Step back in time at the pre 1840 Living History encampment and Civil war encampments. Trapping display by Mike Gray, owner of ABC Humane Animal Removal, Greene County Ham Radio Association, Antique engine and antique tractor parade on grounds call Harold Campbell 724-878-5682 or Dave Chisler 304-879-5881. Lots of crafter's and food vendors Silver Anniversary Edition powder horn made by Earl Wayne Lemley and special knife made by Harold Haines will be raffled Sunday at 5 pm. Raffle tickets may be purchased on grounds at the festival or contact Janet Lemley 304-879-5372. Food vendors will offer soupbeans and cornbread, creamed chicken sandwiches, homemade noodles, ham BBQ, root beer floats, Fresh donuts and snow cones, sausage gravy and biscuit, salt raisin' bread, homemade pies, cookies and cakes, Belgium waffles, Philly cheese steak sandwiches, nachos & cheese, funnel cakes, pulled BBQ pork sandwichs and platters, hotdogs with sauerkraut, chili, coleslaw. Craft vendors Wood workers, basket makers, organic herbal skincare products, candles hand carved powderhorns, painted feathers, war clubs, turquoise, sterling and beaded necklaces, primitive and contemporary Native American styled arts, knives and belt buckles, candles, fuzzy flip flops, tree truck furniture, pop can airplanes, all natural jellies, whiskey jams, complete line of PA Dutch relishes and pickles, Rebel Yell BBQ sauce. Raffles, 50/50 drawings and free door prizes donated by our food vendors and crafters. Take 1-79 exit 1 Mt. Morris, PA to Buckeye road to Creek Road 1/2 mile to Mason-Dixon Historical Park, Inc. Free weekend camping. for more info 304-879-5500 or 724-428-3729 or or visit our web site at

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Johnny Horton - Whispering Pines

Folk music is the ultimate in prose and poetry.The simplicty of the world around us. Memories and memories in the making.
If I stopped to think, the tears would float me down stream.

Petula Clark -

Al Green - How can you mend a broken heart

Does it mend?