Thursdays, 7-9 pm at Karma Coffee, 237 Seneca Street. November 7: Re-Issue; November 14: Al Tune A; November 21: Juvenile Characteristics. $5 cover, proceeds benefit the Lyric Theater restoration project. BYOB, limited menu available. Kick off your weekend a little early & come enjoy live music in good company!
Saturday, November 30. Details coming soon…. save the date and break away from the big boxes! #shopsmall in downtown #oilcitypa! #buylocalbuyoften #feedyourcommunity
December 5-8 in downtown Oil City. A weekend full of holiday festivities including a student art show, tree lighting ceremony, chili cook-off, children’s activities, craft and vendor shows, shopping, 5K, displays, holiday music, live entertainment, art & creative activities, Santa & much more! Find the full schedule here and our event partners here!
Thursdays, 7-9 pm at Karma Coffee, 237 Seneca Street. December 5: Touch of Grey; December 12: Acoustic Earle; December 19: Jay Bird & Haley Bee. $5 cover, proceeds benefit the Lyric Theater restoration project. BYOB, limited menu available. Kick off your weekend a little early & come enjoy live music in good company!
Saturday, December 7, 9:00 am downtown Oil City. 5K run/walk in conjunction with Oil City’s Annual Christmas Past. Registration/awards will be at the National Transit Building Great Room; race begins on Seneca Street at the Town Square and proceeds over Veterans Bridge and along Front Street (out & back). Awards for runners & walkers in all age groups. Dress in your most festive holiday outfit and join Santa & The Grinch in this jolly event… FREE Kid’s Race at 8:45 am, too! Cost: $20 advance, $25 Nov. 28 & after. T-shirt Deadline: Nov. 15. Proceeds benefit the downtown revitalization efforts of the Oil City Main Street Program. Click here for a printable registration form; or click here to register online.
Friday, December 13, 7:30 pm in the National Transit Building Great Room. Gravel Lick consists of members Colette Vickers on bass, Barbi Milliron on fiddle, Cheryl Rennier on guitar and vocals, and Nancy Jeannerat on mandolin and also providing vocals. They each bring a variety of influences to Gravel Lick’s bluegrass sound, with a non-traditional flair.
Sponsored by the Oil City Arts Council. Admission is $8 for Arts Council members, or $10 for non-members. For more information, visit ocartscouncil.com.
Sunday, December 31, beginning at 5:30 pm in downtown Oil City. The theme this year is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the famous Woodstock Music Festival! A non-alcoholic, family-friendly annual event to ring in the New Year! A shuttle bus will transport people throughout the town to indoor sites where performances are scheduled. Revelers can warm themselves at the bonfires on both sides of town. People wear crazy, decorative hats, walk through rooms filled with balloons, parade down the street making noise, view two fireworks displays, visit their choices of entertainment options, and go home saying that there was so much to do, they couldn't do it all. Admission requires the purchase of a First Night button (available at the Oil City Library, Spilling the Beans, Transit Art Gallery & Gifts, Karma Coffee, and Venango Area Chamber of Commerce). Orchestrated by the Oil City Arts Council.