July will be a huge month at Peoples Natural Gas Park! This Sat., July 2, the Derek Woods Band will open up for John Gresh’s Gris-Gris (oictured) — two fantastic, crowd-pleasing acts, perfect for a holiday weekend. Gates open at …Read More
JAHA members get a FREE upgrade to VIP when they buy their 2-day passes to the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival in-person at the Heritage Discovery Center (must hold a Family-level membership or above; limit of 4 passes per membership). …Read More
In 1907, the Germania Brewing Company was built in Cambria City. It included a courtyard ringed by a five-story brew house, a bottling plant, and a cooperage and warehouse. Prohibition put the company out of business in 1919, and the …Read More
The Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) is partnering with the Highlands Health Clinic to host a COVID vaccine clinic on Dec. 4 from 10:00 am-noon at the Heritage Discovery Center. Pediatric, first-dose, second-dose, and booster Pfizer vaccines will be available …Read More
The Stone Bridge Players return for their seventh show at the Johnstown Flood Museum with Superior Donuts, a comedy by Tracy Letts! Directed by Rodney Eatman, the curtain for all eight performances is 7:00 pm.
Arthur Przybyszewski runs a shabby donut …Read More
Two great ways to save in July — get a new or renewing membership, and get your music fest passes! Here are details on these great deals:
1) We have a 20% off membership sale! To get yours, mail in a …Read More
JAHA is delighted to announce a 2-show free concert series at Peoples Natural Gas Park, made possible by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Friday, July 9: The National Reserve with special guest Van WaylonRead More
In a May 19 press conference, the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival announced its Friday and Saturday headliners: Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers (pictured), and Uprooted featuring Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root. The festival, which normally takes place the first …Read More
We are excited to announce spring walking tours exploring the history of the 1889 flood! After a year of cancellations and a few virtual events, it’s nice to see in-person events start to come back to our calendar.
There will be …Read More