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The Path of the Flood Historic Races, which consist of a 5K, 8-miler, and 14-miler, will be run on Sat., May 25, and are presented by JAHA and the Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority! But you don’t have to …

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The anniversary of the Johnstown flood is coming up, and JAHA and the National Park Service are planning commemorative events, including an Interpreted Tour of the Johnstown Flood. One of the characters depicted in that tour …

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Come work with us! Two positions are available: a seasonal position as part-time rental assistant, and part-time maintenance/janitorial at our Johnstown Flood Museum location.

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We are delighted to once again offer a strong slate of free summer concerts at Peoples Natural Gas Park! Thanks to the ongoing support of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, these three shows will be offered with free admission:

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What a fantastic event we had with Mobsters & Molls: A Murder Mystery at the Heritage Discovery Center on April 13! Our wonderful house of more than 125 people set about solving the mystery all over the museum, and a …

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There’s been a murder at the museum, and JAHA needs the public’s help to solve it! An interactive murder mystery, “Mobsters & Molls: A Murder Mystery at the Heritage Discovery Center” will take place at 7:00 pm on Sat., Apr. …

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Were you a steelworker? Do you or someone you love have a story about working in the steel mills of Johnstown? JAHA wants to hear it!

The momentous new exhibition “Forging a Nation: Johnstown Iron & Steel” is now open at …

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The AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival will present rock legends Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew: Remain in Light, and the consummate showman Andy Frasco & the UN — along with a varied underbill of touring artists and local and regional …

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Michael McDermit and Jacob Koestler, who grew up in Johnstown, are bringing their latest, award-winning film to the Johnstown Flood Museum.

Since its premiere in March 2023, the 94-minute film ᏓᏗᏬᏂᏏ (We Will Speak) has screened at more than 30 film …

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The heyday of big steel in Johnstown is long gone – but its impact on our region’s economy, history and culture is almost impossible to overstate, and steel made here was vital to our nation’s industrial development. Now this history …

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