Events

Where History Lives

Polinator Gardening

Saturday, April 28 at 11 AM

Learn how to create habitat for butterflies and other pollinators in your garden. JVAS members Drs. Stan and Alice Kotala and Jody Wallace will introduce you to the plants and techniques that will make your yard a haven for pollinators.


Meet at 11am outside White Oak Hall at Fort Roberdeau.

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Saturday, May 5 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM and on Sunday, May 6 from 1:00-3:00 PM.

After a winter break, Rangers sharpened the skills needed to patrol the frontier and protect the lead miners and settlers. Join us for a hands-on opportunity to hone your Ranger skills!

Learn cartridge rolling, fire starting, field maneuvers, musket drills, tomahawk throw, and cannon drills from the members of the Cumberland County Militia, a re-created, living history unit that portrays both Pennsylvania frontier life and life of militiamen during the American Revolution.

Admission is $5 adults, $4 seniors, and $2 children under 12.

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Star Spangled 4th of July

We celebrate Independence Day with this open house event. There will be activities for all ages.
Free parking and admission.

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July 14 – 15 Revolutionary War Days

Visit an 18th century field camp. Become immersed in camp life and a story line based on local events. A daily battle will be held each afternoon. Free parking and admission.

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Sept 8 – Women’s Skills Weekend

Home front skills are shared through demonstrations and hands-on activities. Discover the skills women used during the Revolutionary War.

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Sept 30 – 18th Century Dinner

Accept our invitation to dine in the splendor of the Philadelphia Room on this Sunday autumn afternoon.
Reservations are required.

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Oct 13 – Haunted Tours

Come tour the Fort and grounds like you never experienced before! An eerie night look into “living history” with characters from Altoona Area High School Astronomy Club and more.

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Nov 3 – Veterans Recognition

Rangers posted at Fort Roberdeau became pensioned veterans after the war. Fort Roberdeau will honor all veterans with a recognition program.

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