Saturday, September 17, 2016 10 AM – 5 PM
New Freedom Fest is an old-time “festival of small town life”. It includes music, arts and crafts, animals, food, games, a pie eating contest, an art tent with pumpkin painting, and much, much more – all centered around the beautiful and historic town of New Freedom, Pennsylvania.
Local artists and craftsmen including jewelers, potters, photographers, weavers and sculptors, will be selling their work and demonstrating from 10am to 4pm. See a complete list of artists HERE.
There will be kid’s games ($5 lets you play all day), a pet parade, great food from local restaurants and world-class live entertainment at the Freedom Green. Local non-profit organizations and businesses provide information and offer fun insight into small town life. Free parking and free admission make this a day fit for any budget.
10:00 AM – Stu Miller
10:45 AM – Becky Rose
11:30 AM – Callie Tomblin
12:15 PM – Bob Cooney
1:00 PM – Michael Arthur
2:00 PM – Andrew Grimm
3:00 PM – The Black Jacks
4:00 PM – THE HONEY DEWDROPS (Headline Artist)www.thehoneydewdrops.com
10:00 AM – Amy’s Fiddle Troup
10:45 AM – Jake Matthew Rivers
11:30 AM – Kim’s Karate Demonstration
12:00 Noon – Colleen Craven
12:45 PM – Mr. Bond “The Science Guy”
1:30 PM – Stu Miller
2:15 PM – Sing-along with Bob Cooney
3:00 PM – Callie Tomblin
The Liberty Stage – Sponsored by EMC
Performances by EMC dance company all day.
All Day For The Kids
All Day Kids Games and hands-on activities including arts and crafts, pumpkin painting, face painting, and much more.
The Pet Parade is a growing annual attraction at New Freedom Fest and something you and your family will not want to miss! 2:00 PM on the trail in front of the historic New Freedom Train Station. Nothing could be cuter than the Pet Parade benefiting Animal Rescue, Inc. Costumed animals and their owners parade through the entire New Freedom Fest grounds as bystanders snap pictures and exclaim with delight. All species are welcome.
Steam Into History
Take a ride on the Civil War train! Old #17 is a faithful replica of the Civil War steam engine that carried Abraham Lincoln to deliver his now famous Gettysburg Address. These same tracks carried Lincoln’s funeral train two years later.
A varied selection of excellent food will be provided for sale from regional restaurants including crab cakes, pit beef, pulled pork, burgers, fries, kettle corn, fancy cookies, ice cream, smoothies and much more. Various soft drink beverages will be available for sale.