Special Events




Spring Open House

Spring has sprung in Smicksburg!

Visit the area businesses brimming with

new merchandise. Enjoy the fresh look of this year's newest country fashion.

April 4th

Smicksburg Old Fashioned

Country Christmas

Open House

The stores are brimming with Christmas merchandise!! Saturday, November 7th and 14th, there will be free horse-drawn wagon rides at the Smicksburg Park 11am-3pm. On Sunday, November 8th 11am-2pm and Saturday, November 14th 11am-3pm, Santa will be in town! He will be located between The Country Junction and Our Twist of Country. He is bringing his sleigh and he will be passing out treat bags to all the children! Bring your camera and have pictures taken with Santa!

November 6th, 7th, and 8th


November 13th, 14th, and 15th

Friday and Saturday: 10am-5pm

Sunday: 12pm-5pm



Strawberry Saturday

Locally grown strawberries, strawberry

ice cream desserts, strawberry jam

strawberry candles. There isn't anything

we won't pour luscious sweet red

strawberries over...cakes, cobblers,

pies and cheesecake.

June 6th

Peachy Saturday

Peach Everything! A peachy little

treat or a giant Peach Cobbler. You will find your Peach treat in Smicksburg today.

August 1st



Apple Weekend

We will have FREE horse drawn wagon rides in the park on Saturday (weather permitting), apples for sale, apple dumplings, apple fudge, apple cider and apple butter, pumpkins, a pottery demo, fall decor, apple bakers, and cornstalk decorating!!


18th, 19th, & 20th

10am-5pm Fri. & Sat.

12-5pm Sunday


31st Annual

Smicksburg Fall Festival

Always a favorite time in Smicksburg as the fall foliage adds a special beauty to all the festivities and entertainment this fabulous weekend. We will have FREE horse drawn wagon rides in the park on Saturday (weather permitting), and new this year:Civil War encampments!


3rd and 4th

Small Business Weekend

A special Thank You to our customers

for shopping locally!


27th, 28th, & 29th


Cookie Tour
We love to share our favorite home made holiday cookies with you.

Stop by local businesses and sample

treats made with love just for you.

December 5th


Potter's Tour


17th and 18th

Most Amish consider posing for photographs to be an unacceptable act of pride and do not allow pictures of themselves. The Amish will usually allow you to photograph their homes, farms, and buggies if you ask respectfully, but even this can be intrusive and is better avoided. If you must take pictures, avoid taking any photos which include recognizable faces.


138 E. Kittanning St.

Smicksburg, PA 16256





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