Kinzua Heritage Festival

Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Dennis Murray demonstrates metalsmithing.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Sasquatch made an appearance, as well as honest efforts to bridge the gap between his species and that of our domestic pets. Lucy the dog remains skeptical of the cryptid’s intentions.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Josephine and Adam Elms tried out some of Jeff Carlstrom’s primitive woodworking equipment.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Keith Engle could be heard demonstrating his Irish fiddle throughout the festival grounds.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Kaesyn Elms enjoyed interacting with the livestock at this year’s Kinzua Heritage Festival.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Jeff Carlstrom, one of the event’s co-founders, builds a structure each year at the festival and demonstrates primitive woodworking techniques.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Dennis Murray (foreground) and Rudy Troples (background) demonstrated metalsmithing at this year’s festival.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Gary Lee and Rik Palieri played on the main stage to open Sunday’s festival.
Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Oliver Drescher enjoyed beading at the kid’s craft tent Sunday.

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