Community Days will start at 4 pm on Thursday & Friday
Expanded Arts Festival program including tree bombing and our expanded selection of pipe bombing through out the park including some new hula hoops yarn art. Do you know Yarn Bombing? Come out and see dozens of trees wrapped in sweaters that were hand-knitted by volunteers to fit trees and other objects.
Community Days is now recognized for it Yarn Art that has expanded from trees to so much more.
Come see the new steel statue that will represent our next Project of the Year!
CARNIVAL & BOOTHS
4 PM to 11 PM - Thursday & Friday
1 PM to 11 PM - Saturday
- All-You-Can-Ride: 1 day ride passes are available to use Thursday July 11 or Friday July 12 for $20. (Get a discount ticket for $15 until July 5 at Cranberry Township Customer Service. THESE PASSES ARE NOT VALID ON SATURDAY.)
- Regular Tickets are available to use on ALL THREE DAYS.
Second Largest gathering of Vendors in Western PA!
This is the second biggest gathering of vendors all on one level. Many just come to visit specifically the vendors and see what is being offered. Everything from food to home improvements to investments and a lot more. Many with free give away and other with great causes. You can spend hours just strolling the new "neighborhood themed" streets named after real Cranberry neighborhoods.
Ken Tynan, the chainsaw artist who created the Roberto Clemente & the Indian Village carvings in Graham Park and has 10 of his chainsaw carvings throughout Cranberry Township parks, will be back again this year! Over three days, he will be carving our very own Cranberry Township’s C.T. Alligator to be displayed at the Waterpark. In addition, Ken will be carving a miniature village. Those pieces will be available for sale during Community Days. Ken, who lives in Butler, PA, has carved throughout the USA and internationally, and has been featured on TV. Come out and see what Ken is carving, as it is amazing to see the transformation of a 600-pound log into an incredible work of art.
Erik Greenawalt, who in real life is a CPA working in corporate finance, is also a certified "master" chalk artist in living in the Pittsburgh area. He participates in street painting festivals around the country; here he joins other artists in creating large-scale, elaborate chalk drawings over several days. Eric will be doing three-dimensional art for our guests to pose and get a photo. If you have never seen 3D chalk or painted art on the ground, then you must plan to come and see this. When viewed with your eyes it seems like a two dimensional elongated and distorted picture. But look through your camera, and you will see a well-proportioned three-dimensional image, where you can be part of the design.