The Johnstown Flood Museum and Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum are adopting winter opening hours beginning the week of Jan. 3. We will be open Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10 am-5 pm, and Sun. noon-5 pm (closed Tuesday and Wednesday). Because Cambria County is currently experiencing high community spread of COVID-19, we are now requiring staff and visitors to wear masks (face shields alone are not adequate). Please visit the children’s museum COVID protocols page for more information specific to that museum. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. Welcome!

Food, Drink, Crafts, and Information Vendors

Enjoy authentic Slavic food, beer, and wine at the festival!


The Johnstown Slavic Festival welcomes these food vendors! Please note that food sales begin when the festival opens (no food sales earlier). Authentic Slavic food will be sold, beginning at 4:00 pm on Friday, and noon on Saturday:

  • Ace’s
  • Babcia’s Lunchbox
  • Batter Bake Shop
  • Darlington Inn
  • Klosky’s Cuisine
  • Life’s A Treat
  • Old World Catering
  • Phoenix Tavern
  • St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Steel City Chimney Cakes
  • William Penn Association


We are pleased to note that we have been able to license the area around the mainstage, so festival patrons may enjoy their alcoholic beverages while watching the mainstage entertainment.

Beers representing different Slavic countries will be available. They are:

  • Karlovacko (Croatia)
  • Obolon (Ukraine)
  • Baltika (Russia)
  • Lasko Pivo (Slovenia)
  • Golden Pheasant (Slovakia)
  • Primator (Czech Republic)
  • Zywiec (Poland)
  • Plus this year, Johnstown’s own Stone Bridge Brewing Company will have their own Slavic-inspired brew for sale!

Wines and spirits include:

  • Herc Ego-Rose: red wine (Bosnia)
  • Zdrepceva kru: red wine (Serbia)
  • Agrina: red wine (Serbia)
  • Avia: red wine (Slovenia)
  • Avis: white wine (Slovenia)
  • Ustianochka: vodka (Russia)
  • Slivovitz: plum brandy (Croatia)

Craft and Information Vendors

  • SNPJ Heritage Center – Traveling Museum & Gift Items
  • Joe Eckenrod – Baked Goods
  •  Karen Mesaros – Slovak Arts and ethic items
  • Karen Oleksa – Life’s a Treat Bakery
  • Dolly Yonkoski – Handmade Aprons
  • William Penn Association
  • Christ the Savior Seminary
  • Nebula Formations by Jen Sukenik – Jewelry
  •  Austro-Hungarian Empire – Joe Horbal
  •  First Catholic Slovak Union
  •  Robert Jerin – Geneology
  •  Johnstown Croatian Fraternal Union