Crary Art Gallery
Crary Art Gallery was established in 1977 as a nonprofit art museum by painter Genevieve Walker Crary in memory of her husband, the industrialist, philanthropist, and accomplished photographer Clare Crary. Today, the Crary Art Gallery is dedicated to enriching the region's cultural offerings through noteworthy temporary exhibitions, and the display of historical works.
Allegheny Center for the Arts
The Allegheny Center for the Arts (ACA) was formed by a community-minded group who felt artists, writers, performers, and culture lovers needed the means to connect, and a venue to share their art in Warren County, Pennsylvania. The group creates this intersection of artistic genres at its center in downtown Warren, 444 Pa Ave. West, above Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church.
Visit their website to see their schedule of events and to sign up for courses, workshops or guilds!
Struthers Library Theatre
Established in 1833, Struthers Library Theatre is America's 18th oldest continuously operated theatre and a landmark for the Warren County community.This must see experience that should be on everyone's list.
Visit strutherslibrarytheatre.com to see what performances will be showing when you're in town.
Kinzua Hertiage Festival
The Kinzua Heritage Festival has many crafters that come out to their festival each year. A few of the crafters include, quilters, potters, flute makers, fabric art, leather and many more.
Music is a big part of the festival. Past Bands have been Spirit Wing, Wind River, Earth Angel, Blue Mule, Keith Carney-Engle our Irish fiddle player.
Visit kinzuaheritage.com for more information!
Music in the Park
City of Warren
Throughout the summer season the City provides Music In The Park every Friday night from 7PM to 9PM.
Located in the amphitheater in Soldiers & Sailors Park on Pennsylvania Ave W and Hickory Street, this riverside musical entertainment features styles from bluegrass to jazz to rock.
For a complete listing of performers, click here