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Photos: Sewickley Heights center was rockin'

| Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 4:18 p.m.
Keith Hodan | TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Jill Williams, 12, Mara Dimond, 11, and Maddi Curran, 12, from left, find wildflowers as they walk through a field at the Fern Hollow Nature Center in Sewickley, Saturday, July 19, 2014. The girls were there during the Rockin the Hollow Battle of the Bands event. Jill and Maddi are from Wexford, while Mara is from Cranberry.
Keith Hodan | TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Jordan Kaye, bass player and lead vocalist for the band, Native Tongue, performs at the Fern Hollow Nature Center in Sewickley Heights, Saturday, July 19, 2014, during the Rockin' the Hollow Battle of the Bands event.
Keith Hodan | TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Memorabilia including guitars autographed by Paul McCartney, left, and Kiss, were on display at the Fern Hollow Nature Center in Sewickley Heights, Saturday, July 19, 2014, during the Rockin the Hollow Battle of the Bands event. The memorabilia belonged to Rich Engler, who was there to sign autographs.
Keith Hodan | TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Dancing in the mud are Nate Rice, 3, center, joined by sidney Rice, 6, left, and Jake Rice, 8, of Franklin Park, at the Fern Hollow Nature Center in Sewickley, Saturday, July 19, 2014. The splash dancing occurred during the Rockin the Hollow Battle of the Bands event.
Keith Hodan | TRIB TOTAL MEDIA
Giada Capezzuto, 5, and friends gather around a fire pit for conversation at the Fern Hollow Nature Center in Sewickley, Saturday, July 19, 2014. A Rockin the Hollow Battle of the Bands event was held at the location.

Fern Hollow Nature Center was rockin' July 19.

The nature center in Sewickley Heights held its Rockin' in the Hollow Battle of the Bands event.

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