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The annual Ebensburg Homecoming set on Friday and Saturday in the Lake Rowena Autonomous Region | Entertainment

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Ebensburg, PA – All roads will return to Ebensburg for this event.

The annual Ebensburg Homecoming takes place on Friday and Saturday at the site throughout the autonomous region and at Lake Rowena.

The festival begins with a downtown shutdown as the intersection of Center Street and High Street is closed and downtown businesses are held at featured events and specials.

From 8 pm to 11 pm on Friday, an uptown band playing a variety of sounds, from rock to country to the top 40 hits, offers music entertainment.

Danea Koss, Director of Community Development at Ebensburg Borough, said the event will bring the community together and bring back friends, family and suburban visitors for a fun night out in the city.

“We encourage everyone to come out, meet friends, bring lawn chairs, explore downtown facilities and enjoy food, drinks and live music all night,” she said. Told.

Other events include cookouts and live music at the American Legion Post 363, and live music and food tracks at Lloyd Street Brewing Co.

Homecoming begins on Saturday at 8am with a community yard sale. Maps of the garage sale are available at the Autonomous Region office, the Ebensburg Cambria Public Library, and online at www.ebensburgmainstreet.com.

From 7 am to 4 pm, the Ebensburg Library offers book sales, garden sales, basket raffles, bake sales, and breakfast and lunch.

Homecoming 5K and 15K races begin at 9am and are followed by duathlon at 11am.

Both events begin at the Ebensburg Trailhead on the Ghost Town Trail at the Young Peoples Community Center. The cost of 300 Playb Street is $ 20 for 5K and 15K, $ 25 for duathlon, and $ 30 for both 5K or 15K and duathlon.

From 8 am to 1 pm, an indoor flea market will be held at the Holy Name Roman Catholic Church Hall, 500 N. Julian Street.

Farmers markets are held at Penn Eben Park from 9am to noon.

The general public can play tennis for free at the Ebensburg Tennis Center on 257 Lakeview Road from 9 am to 5 pm.

Children’s fishing derby, sponsored by Lions Clubs, will be served on Lake Rowena from 9am to 11am.

The ABATE-Cumbria Summit Chapter in Pennsylvania will return with a backpack gift from 5 pm on Lake Rowena.

From 5 pm to 8 pm, basket ruffles and food trucks will be served on Lake Rowena.

Ghostown Revelry will play from 7pm to 10pm

At dusk, a fireworks display illuminates the night sky.

“There are a lot of activities going on all day and evening,” says Kos. “This is an event our community loves to celebrate. It’s one of our most popular events.”

She said the return weekend was a great opportunity for people to see what Ebensburg offers.

“I hope they love our little town as much as we do. They will be back for all our other events,” Kos said. “They can try out our restaurants and shops, visit local businesses and support the community.”

For the full schedule of events, please visit www.ebensburgmainstreet.com.

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