Cabin Fever Concert 4 closes the series with symphonic rock band, Cello Fury
FRIDAY, August 14 (Please note the date change). This concert will be held
outdoors in the Event Lawn. Chairs will be provided and seats will be assigned.
Please check in at the front door of the Station anytime after 7 pm.
Complimentary beer and wine will be served on the Courtyard,
concert begins at 8 pm.
$30 Per person
The Annual Garrison Day Show & Sale scheduled for August 29, 2020 is canceled. The Beaver Area Heritage Foundation will be contacting the event’s vendors to discuss the refund of deposits. For further information, please see our COVID-19 response here.
This year marks our 42nd Garrison Day Show & Sale.
The event, held in Beaver’s beautiful green central parks, is now one of the community’s largest, most exciting and visible events, drawing more than 10,000 visitors annually!
Garrison Day is named in honor of the military garrison stationed at Fort McIntosh in the late 1700s. The First Company Fort McIntosh Garrison began the event as a way to make money to purchase items that they needed for the Garrison. The event is now held by the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation and the proceeds support the Foundation’s many community activities and events.
Vendors, please click here for our VENDOR APPLICATION.
The Cabin Fever Music Series concert scheduled for June 26, 2020 is rescheduled for September 11, 2020. The concert will be held on the Event Lawn so that social distancing can be practiced. Chairs will be in place and seat arrangements will be assigned. For more information, please see our COVID-19 response here.
Imagine clearing out your family attic and discovering hundreds of letters written during the Civil War. Join us as Dr. Carleton Young shares about being faced with that very situation. Not knowing why his family had the letters, Dr. Young used the resources of Ancestry.com and other sources to discover how two Vermont soldiers fit into his family heritage. Using excerpts from their letters, which are filled with in-depth accounts of battles and army life, Dr. Young has woven together their dramatic war-time narrative into the context of the war and adds in additional information about the friends and relatives who fought by their side. This event is free and open to the public.
Beaver Tales, a unique story telling event that also consisted of performances in local elementary schools, was scheduled for September 18, 2020 but is now canceled. Next year’s scheduled date for this annual event is September 17, 2021. For further information, please see our COVID-19 response here.
Story lovers of all ages enjoy the annual free storytelling event, produced by the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation. Specially trained storytellers share their craft and delight audiences of all ages.
Enjoy an educational FREE family friendly event sponsored by Beaver Area Heritage Museum in conjunction with Beaver County Historical Research and Landmarks Foundation. The day will hold historical reenactors, vendors, muskets, educational booths, cannon firing, members of various Native American tribes, period costumed docents, and local history.
For more information, call 412-974-4577.
The Charter Day Dinner to be held Wednesday, October 7 at Beaver Station at 6 p.m. is an annual event for members of the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation. This year marks our 53rd year of our founding. It is a time of review, reflection and celebration of our many accomplishments and service to our local community. This event is open to the public.
Additional event information, including how to RSVP, to follow.
Oral histories keep first-hand accounts of major world events, community and family experiences for future generations. Join us as Founder Kevin Farkas shares a wide range of keen and interesting observation/stories about recording people, especially our oldest generation and WWII veterans. His presentation includes both audio and visual examples of his work—some funny and some profoundly moving. This event is free and open to the public.