835 Perry Highway
Mercer, PA 16137
Phone: (724) 748-3030
Fax: (724) 748-3484
This five-day event includs livestock shows, exhibits, fun booths, 4-H Olympics and horse shows. Held in August.
This six-day event includes a parade, exhibits, tractor pulls, live entertainment, livestock, rides, contests, and more. The annual Mercer County Grange Fair will take place in July.
Located at the former 1800's Mercer County Fairgrounds, Mercer Raceway Park is a 3/8-mile slightly banked clay oval track. From late March through September, patrons can enjoy races of sprint cars, modifieds, stock cars, mod lites, and mini stocks on Saturday night beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Two Hollywood favorites are brought to you in the historic Guthrie Theatre by the Guthrie Arts Guild.
This annual festival is held each June and features four days of family fun and entertainment, with over 80 craftsmen selling many unique items, a 5K race and a wide array of delicious foods.
Features of this four-day event include vendors, plenty of food, biking, rodeo and a poker run. Held in June.
The New Castle Thunder is a AAA Minor League football franchise of the North American Football League's Steel Valley Division from western Pennsylvania. Home games are played in New Castle High School's Taggart Stadium.
The New Castle Playhouse has been providing live theatrical performances, including comedies, dramas and musicals, since 1958.
Located at the Struthers High School, the Struthers Field House is where the school conducts all its major league games. Home to the Wild Cats team, the venue was opened first in 1951 and was formerly referred to as the Struthers Memorial Gymnasium. Since then, it has become one of the best sporting facilities in the city. With room for approximately 4,000 fans, the venue is primarily a basketball facility and its major developments were based on donations made by the locals. Call ahead to know more.
A well-developed dirt-racing venue, Switchback Raceway covers an area of 71 acres (28.73 hectares). The raceway is also used by ATV enthusiasts irrespective of their experience levels and ages.
A popular football stadium in Youngstown, the Stambaugh Stadium is located on the campus of the Youngstown State University. Completed in 1982, the stadium is the home ground of Youngstown State Penguins football team. Over the decades, the stadium has undergone several modifications and renovations, but it still retains the position of being the premier football venue in the city. Do call to know more.
Western Pennsylvania's biggest fair, Big Butler Fairgrounds is one of the most popular in the United States. The fair starts on July 4th and includes an array of entertainment options like concerts, rides, tractor pulls and exciting exhibits.