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Rock the Quarry XVI – August 26 and 27, 2016

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Music, food, science demo, games, raffles, bonfire, fire trucks, fun for all ages.

NOTE DIRECTIONS FOR DETOUR ON NOBLESTOWN ROAD

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Noblestown Road Detour for Rock the Quarry

For 16 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.

Friday (5:00 – 10:30 PM)

Saturday (3:00PM–11:00PM)

SEE THE ROCK THE QUARRY PAGE FOR ALL THE DETAILS!


About The Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail

defaul1The Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail maintains the approximately 2.4 miles of the Panhandle Trail from Walkers Mill Entrance to Gregg Station.

The Panhandle Trail is named after the Panhandle Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the abandoned rail line upon which it is built.

The Panhandle Trail stretches for 29 miles from Walkers Mill in Collier Township, PA to Colliers, WV.

As of August 2008, the entire trail is complete from Collier Township, PA to Colliers WV.

Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail is powered by dedicated volunteers and always welcomes new board members to help in planning annual events and in keeping up with regular trail maintenance. Visit our Contact page for information about volunteering and joining the board, as well as open positions as officers on the board.

About This Website

DSC_0225This website pertains to the portion of the Panhandle Trail maintained by the Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail.

For portions of the Panhandle Trail located outside of Collier, click on the “Links” button above or search the Internet.

And sign up for our BLOG to read the latest news and to AUTOMATICALLY receive notices about trail events.

9 Responses to Welcome

  1. Jan Daschbach says:

    Will you please tell me the date of the Halloween night activities on Panhandle Trail? I want to schedule a family get-together to coincide with that night. Thank you.

  2. Dave Rocco says:

    Yesterday I noticed that part of the Panhandle trail is now paved, starting about 6.5 miles west of the Carnegie trailhead and going westward. Don’t know how far they paved, as I turned around at the Montour trail spur.

    Questions:
    Are there plans to pave all the way up to the Carnegie trailhead ?
    How far does the paving go currently?

    Dave

    • Charlie says:

      Hi Dave, I just found out about the paved trail today. It is paved from McDonald to Burgettstown. I have not heard anything about it going any futher but then I didn’t hear about this being paved either.

    • Jim says:

      It is paved for about a half mile west of Burgettstown.

  3. Matthew Fish says:

    paved into Burgettstown -also a petition to asphalt pave Weirton,WV to Pa state line has been circulated and soon to be submitted.

  4. Dave says:

    Paved to Burgettstown, at least. Very nice 10-Miles from Sturgeon to Btown. Worth the extra drive from Carnegie to Sturgeon. What’s difference paving makes. Hoping they pave from Walker’s Mill soon

  5. Robin Anthony says:

    Yup, its a bike trail now, not a nature and wildflower and hiking trail anymore! They’ve mowed all the wildflowers along the trail that brought the butterflies and birds and you bikers may not like the gravel, but it IS stormwater friendly.

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