Download the appropriate sponsorship form or vendor application below. The vendor applications include the event rules. Once you have filled out your form, you may mail or email it to the addresses on the form. If you wish to pay your sponsorship or vendor registration fee online, visit our online store by clicking on the link below and add the appropriate fee to your cart. If you are a craft or flea market vendor and need more than one 10x10' space, add the fee to the cart for each space you desire. When you have added your fee to the cars, you can check out.
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The Pennsylvania WoodMobile is a traveling exhibit that provides information on the state’s forest resource and the state’s forest products industry. Visitors to the exhibit will see how the forests of Pennsylvania have shaped the history of the state and nation, learn how today’s forest differs from 100 years ago, touch the various hardwood species produced in Pennsylvania, and use touchscreen technology to interact with various threats to the forests such as invasive insects and plants, diseases and white-tailed deer. They will also learn about Pennsylvania’s forest products industry, see how products are made, learn how the forest is managed in a sustainable fashion, and experience how common and unusual forest products touch our lives every day.
The Pennsylvania Professional Lumberjack Organization will demonstrate and discuss the use of antique lumberjack tools.
Having previously discussed the industries of coal mining and lumbering on Barclay Mountain, Matt will focus on what it was like to live on the mountain during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Spend the afternoon learning about the history of elk in Pennsylvania, including when we lost them, how they were reintroduced, and what the status of the Pennsylvania elk herd is now.
We welcome back the Philadelphia band, Noggin Hill, to entertain with Bluegrass and old time music.
"In the southern Appalachian mountains, fiddle and banjo players have been reveling in the complimentary textural relationship of the two instruments for hundreds of years. The rhythmic momentum, undeniable warmth & endless potential of this down-home duet is celebrated in its full spirit by Brendan Cooney and Nikolai Fox. Cooney (banjo, mandolin and vocals) and Fox (fiddle, guitar and vocals) established Noggin Hill in collaboration with the visceral, adept and fluent bassist, Chris Coyle in 2009. This undeniably danceable and fantastically listenable band are up to their funny hats in mountain sounds and also incorporate musical elements of bluegrass, folk-jazz, and the American songbook."
In addition to the main programs, there are several demonstrations and displays both outside and inside the community building next to the museum. Some of these include: Civilian Conservation Corps, Bradford County Conservation District, bark-peeling, bark boiling/hide processing and tanning, Pennsylvania Lumber Museum log sawing, Bradford County Historical Society exhibit of Barclay Mountain photos, canal history, Abandoned Pennsylvania Coal Mines featuring antique coal mining equipment, natural gas and pipeline information, Che-Hanna Rock & Mineral Club, Susquehanna Autobahn Society, Endless Mountains Primitive Outdoorsmen, private collections, Susquehanna & New York Railroad, and more!
The museum will be open all day with 16 exhibits featuring the history of southwestern Bradford County including the largest collection of Laquin items available anywhere. This year we are featuring even more from the mountain! Admission to the museum is a donation to support our work.
In the gift shop, pick up Barclay Mountain history books, geological survey maps of the mountain, t-shirts, and more! The first 50 people whose ancestors lived on or worked on the mountain, or who had a cabin on the mountain can get a free limited edition Barclay Mountain Heritage Day button to wear, signifying that their family is connected to the history of the mountain.
CRAFT PRODUCTS: Items will be listed here when they are confirmed.
Support the museum expansion building project by participating in our fundraisers. Drawings for the Chinese Auction and 50/50 will be held at 4:45 p.m. You do not have to be present to win.
DONATE TO THE CHINESE AUCTION:
Items or gift baskets may be dropped off any Saturday during regular museum hours, 1-4 pm, this summer, or prior to 8:30 am on the morning of the event.
Food vendors will be available onsite offering a variety of options. Food options will be listed here once they are confirmed. Come and stay all day!
FOOD OPTIONS TO DATE:
Vendors will be listed here when they are confirmed.
There is no admission fee but any proceeds raised from the event will go toward the museum building project going on at the museum's second property in LeRoy. To learn about the project, click on the button below. We suggest bringing a donation for the museum which can be given at the entrance to the museum. Thank you for your support!
Be sure to bring cash for any purchases or donations that you make throughout the day. There is no credit card processing available onsite. Checks are accepted in the museum Gift Shop.
Limited seating will be available for programming under the large program tent. We encourage you to bring your camping chairs and stay all day to take advantage of all the great activities planned. Food and entertainment available all day!
Detailed information, including address, GPS coordinates, and an interactive map can be found by clicking on the button below. Plenty of parking is available on the lower fields to the south and west of the event grounds. Handicapped parking is available on Mill Street. Please do not block neighbors driveways. Feel free to drop off passengers at the event entrance and then park, especially for those unable to walk.
The first 50 people who visit the museum gift shop and provide information about their ancestor who lived or worked on the mountain in any way will be eligible to receive a free limited-edition button to wear during the day signifying that you are a descendant of a family connected with the mountain. It's our way of recognizing the old Barclay and Laquin reunions that were held years ago on the mountain. It's also a great conversation starter!
Barclay Mountain Heritage Day will be held rain for shine. The main programs are held under tents and most exhibitors are under tents. There are also several things to see inside the museum and neighboring community building should the weather be an issue. We recommend you also come prepared just in case.