Event Calendar

Oct
8
Sat
2022
Pumpkin Palooza & The Pig Lady Fall Folklore Festival @ New Galilee Fire Hall
Oct 8 all-day

The Piglady of Cannelton Fall Folklore Festival

The annual Pig Lady Festival charity event was founded by Michael Kishbucher, Darlington native and
author of Legends & Lore of Little Beaver Creek. The first festival was held in 2019 in Darlington, Pa.
The family-friendly festival celebrates local folktales, legends, and lore.

Visit the 2021 Pig Lady Festival

While planning your trip to this event, stop by the Little Beaver Historical Society and explore the local history of northern Beaver County and surrounding region.  Learn about our open museum dates and times, or make an appointment to visit the museum. 

Open Museum Hours @ Little Beaver Historical Society
Oct 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Open Museum Hours @ Little Beaver Historical Society

Open Museum Hours

The Little Beaver Historical Society will be open to visitors on select dates:

  • July 9, 2022 (10am – 4pm) – Featuring military displays. In Greersburg Academy see our Civil War 100th Pa Volunteers (The Roundheads) display and our scale model of Legionville (the first US Army training camp after the Revolutionary War). In the Red Brick museum see our large WWI display and artifacts from WWII to the Gulf War. 
  • August 20, 2022 (10am – 4pm) – Featuring displays and information related to education. The LBHS Forge & Foundry will be open.
  • September 10, 2022 (10am – 4pm) – Featuring displays and information related to local Native American history.  
  • October 8, 2022 (10am – 4pm)

 

Oct
19
Wed
2022
LBHS Guest Speaker: Brady Crytzer @ Darlington Reformed Presbyterian Church
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
LBHS Guest Speaker: Brady Crytzer @ Darlington Reformed Presbyterian Church

Guest Speaker: Brady Crytzer

Frontier Beaver County, Native American Leader Tanacharison, and Fort McIntosh

 

Brady J. Crytzer teaches history at Robert Morris University. A specialist in the Imperial History of North America, Crytzer is the host of the weekly hit podcast Dispatches: The Podcast of the Journal of the American Revolution. With over a million downloads and seven books to his credit, Crytzer is a leading voice in his field. Crytzer is the host of the cable series Battlefield Pennsylvania on the Pennsylvania Cable Network, and the winner of the Donna J. McKee and Donald S. Kelly Awards for Outstanding Scholarship and Service in History. His work has been featured in the Journal of the American Revolution, Pennsylvania Heritage, Game News, and Muzzleloader Magazine. His work has been reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly, Booklist, The Journal of Southern History, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, and The Journal of Military History.

 

While planning your trip to this event, stop by the Little Beaver Historical Society and explore the local history of northern Beaver County and surrounding region.  Learn about our open museum dates and times, or make an appointment to visit the museum.