Comfort Inn Duncansville - Altoona
130 Patchway Road
Duncansville, PA 16635
Phone: (814) 693-1800
Fax: (814) 693-0126
130 Patchway Road, Duncansville, PA, US, 16635
- Phone: (814) 693-1800
- Fax: (814) 693-0126
Annual Hollidaysburg Community Partnership events include Oktoberfest, Hollidaysburg Haul, and Winterfest. The Hollidaysburg Community Partnership members meet on the first Thursday of each month at The Capitol Hotel in Hollidaysburg at 8:00 a.m.
Catch all of Hollywood's latest blockbusters at this eight-screen theater.
An official AA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Altoona Curve Baseball Club plays their home games at Blair County Ballpark.
Central Pennsylvania's premiere professional orchestra, the Altoona Symphony Orchestra has been providing high-quality music to the residents of Central Pennsylvania for over 75 years.
Located on the Twelfth Avenue in Altoona, PA, the Mishler Theatre opened in 1906 as a movie theater. The theater has been renovated many times since its establishment, the latest being in 1969, when it was renovated to avoid demolition. As of now, the theater is maintained by Blair County Arts Foundation and offers many children shows other than four annual productions that showcase local talent.
Owned and operated by the Blair County Arts Foundation, the Altoona Community Theatre produces four shows annually in the historic Mishler Theatre and offers workshops for all ages.
In the heart of Altoona, one can hear loud, interesting music while passing by the 5th Avenue. The source would most likely be the Archway Center. This venue is buzzing with concerts all year round. Artists come from all over the country to perform in front of an eager crowd. Do head here if music is a favorite.
This male four-part barbershop harmony chorus group meets every Tuesday at 5th Avenue Methodist Church.
Part of Saint Francis Arena, come see some of the sporting events.
A part of the outdoor facilities offered at the Saint Francis University, DeGol Field is a stadium that serves various purposes. Be it football, field hockey, or track and field, the stadium hosts it all. Known formerly as the Pine Bowl, the stadium was re-opened as the DeGol Field in 2006. Call to know more.