Cedar Creek Park hosts August Fun Fest
The 28th edition of August Fun Fest took place under sunny skies Sunday at Cedar Creek Park in Rostraver Township.
The celebration featured food, entertainment, and activities designed for people of all ages.
Admission and parking were free.
The Black Horse country band and the East End Kids teen song and dance ensemble performed at the Cedar Creek amphitheater.
Throughout the day at Pavilion 1, music was presented ranging from big band to polka sounds.
Steve Haberman staged a magical comedy and illusion show, and The Road Kings Car Club sponsored a car cruise.
Dozens of craftsmen and artists pitched their creations at an arts and crafts show.
The event included a flea market, bingo, Western Pennsylvania Native American display and a Mon Valley Radio-Control Model Airplane display.
Especially for children, Fun Fest offered carnival rides, pony rides, petting zoo and kiddie train rides.
Presented by Westmoreland County Parks and Recreation, the event was co-sponsored by The Valley Independent, Greater Rostraver Chamber of Commerce, West Penn Power and the Road Kings.
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