The 16th Annual Falling Leaves Outdoor Show is from Friday, September 30th, to Saturday, October 1st, at the Coudersport Courthouse Square.
The Falling Leaves Outdoor Show is from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. each day. There are numerous events at the show, including canoe building taught by Taylor Diversion Programs; fly tying instruction taught by Trout Unlimited; and a shooting gallery by the National Wild Turkey Federation. In addition, the Eagle Dream Rehabilitation Center will have wild birds such as eagles and owls. What’s more, Don Bratz will be carving wood with a chainsaw. There will also be an operating saw mill and a furniture builder. Some of the other events include a car show on Saturday, a Farmer’s Market, the Hamburgler, and historical town tours.
The Falling Leaves Outdoor Show is sponsored by Potter County Habitat for Humanity, Coudersport Shop n Save, UGI Utilities, JVB Bank, McDonald’s, Phoenix Rehab, and Coudersport American Legion. Money that is raised during the Falling Leaves Outdoor Show goes to the non-profit organization Potter County Habitat for Humanity. Potter County Habitat for Humanity builds homes for people in need and helps senior citizens and veterans make needed repairs. In fact, the goal of the event is to raise as many funds as possible.
There are around 50 vendors signed up so far, with a total of 75-100 possible. If you would like more information about the event, you may call Carol Jackson at (814) 274-0219 or email email@example.com. The Falling Leaves Outdoor Show Facebook page also contains information about the event.