Night Walk on the Panhandle Trail
Since 2000, the Night Walk on the Panhandle Trail has been a Halloween tradition in Collier Township. This year the festivities begin at 7 pm on Saturday, October 18. The Rennerdale Youth Group will carve more than 100 pumpkins donated by Lane Construction. Collier Girl Scouts and other volunteers will fill 500 treat bags, and carved jack o’ lanterns set up along a half-mile stretch of the Trail from the bridge near the Walkers Mill trailhead to the Sunnyside entrance. Bonfires light the night and hot chocolate and sweet cider are distributed by Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail. A costumed volunteer will delight the kids with stories near the Quarry bonfire. There are Treat Bags for children aged 11 and under at the Quarry.
The event is free but donations are welcome! Children, adults and volunteers are encouraged to wear costumes or weird hats. Parking is available in the Public Works Yard at 110 Noblestown Road.
2015 Rock the Quarry
Music, food, science demo, games, raffles, bonfire, antique car show, fire trucks, fun for all ages!
For over ten years, Rock the Quarry (RTQ) has been an annual tradition. RTQ features two days of music, food, and fun. Each year, RTQ showcases up-and-coming local musical talent. Day two of RTQ features lots of activities for the kids as well as the Grand Rubber Duck Race and the traditional Sunset Remembrance Ceremony. 2015 date to be announced.
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Rock the Quarry – For over a decade, Rock the Quarry (RTQ) has been an annual autumn tradition. RTQ features two days of music, food, and fun. Each year, RTQ showcases up-and-coming local musical talent. Day two of RTQ features lots of activities for the kids as well as the Grand Rubber Duck Race and the traditional sunset Remembrance Ceremony. Click here for information on this year’s event listing.
Night Walk – The Night Walk on the Panhandle Trail is an annual Halloween tradition. This Halloween tradition features glowing pumpkins lining the trail from the Walkers Mill starting point to Rennerdale Station where treat bags are given to children age 12 and under. Funny, non-scary kids’ stories are read around the bonfire at the Quarry. Free hot chocolate and apple cider warm the trekkers along the way.
To hold your event on the Collier portion of the Panhandle Trail, contact Kay Downey-Clarke at 724-693-0870.
You can also contact the trail at firstname.lastname@example.org