The 49th annual snake hunt includes adult and kids challenges, a non-poisonous and exotic snake show, $5,000 ($20/ticket) and $10,000 prize ($100/ticket) raffles, a chicken barbecue, and more. Proceeds benefit the Kettle Creek Hose Fire Company. (570)923-2111 /

This outdoor festival along Main Street features sidewalk sales, food and craft vendors, music and children’s activities, plus an exciting summertime parade up Main Street at 1pm. Hosted by Downtown Lock Haven Inc. (570)748-1576 /

5pm Thurs. & Fri.; Noon Sat. Games, food, crafts, and live music nightly. Saturday features the popular Cardboard Boat Races at 1pm, the Duck Derby at 5pm, and fireworks on the River at 10pm to close out the festival. Sponsored by the Woodward Township Recreation Committee.

The 21st annual music festival, featuring live classic rock, oldies, and country music. Food, arts and craft vendors, daily auctions and the annual double elimination cornhole tournament. Gate opens at noon Wednesday; 8am Thursday through Saturday. Rain or shine. Benefits a number of local nonprofits. (570)923-2386 /

A 14-mile trail race in the heart of the PA Wilds. This course consists of some of the Eastern States 100 trails in Sproul State Forest. This is a runner-only event and has a strict 4.5 hour time limit. Sponsored by the PA Trail Dogs.

Water St. and on the Susquehanna River, Lock Haven. Starting Friday at 6pm and running through Labor Day evening. The 50th annual boat regatta and street festival, hosted by the Lock Haven Area Jaycees. American Power Boat Association-sanctioned racing Saturday, Sunday and Monday on the Susquehanna River, this event is billed as the largest power boat race in the United States and has been recognized as the best race site in the country! In addition to racing, enjoy amusement rides and games, arts & crafts, food, and live music all four days. Spectacular fireworks on the River Sunday night. Facebook: Lock Haven Area Jaycees

The course that started the trail racing here in central PA! The infamous boulder field awaits you – one of several fantastic highlights along this 25-mile course, with approximately 6,000 feet of vertical gain. Sponsored by the PA Trail Dogs.

The Little Pine 5 Miler is a beginner trail race that is suitable for runners/hikers of all ages and skill levels. Sponsored by the PA Trail Dogs.

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