Sponsoring Juniata Fest 2015?

We’re excited here at the Juniata Action Committee for another fantastic year of putting together Juniata Fest. Now in it’s seventh year, Juniata Fest is now a Juniata tradition that is a great chance for your organization to connect with our neighborhood. With balloon animals, a petting zoo, free food and more–it’s an event that draws hundreds each year.

We hope you can be a part of Juniata Fest this year on September 26th. Please take a second and look over the three levels of sponsorship opportunities on the form attached to this email. The deadline to be a sponsor is Sept 8th, but most of the time all the top tier sponsorships are taken by then. So please contact us as soon as possible if you’re interested in sponsoring this year. Thanks so much!

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October Meeting!

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Neighborhood Meeting!!

Tuesday, October 7th at 7pm

At the Juniata Golf Course Clubhouse

(1391 Cayuga St)

  • Meet your neighbors, bring a friend, enjoy some coffee and donuts!!
  • Helpful information from Bernice Johnson at L&I about rental properties, code enforcement and more!
  • “I Love Juniata Park” T-shirts will be on sale for only $4
  • Townwatch Meeting will be held directly after

Juniata Fest THIS Saturday!

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“This year’s Juniata Fest will be unique and exciting! Along with a great Petting Zoo with 20 animals, free food, free raffle, face painting, balloon animals and more … Juniata Fest will be the scene of the Philadelphia Water Department’s 2014 Spokesdog contest!
Come see local dogs compete for this title as judges will select the top Juniata dog based on friendly nature, best canine smile, and charm. The adorable dogs at this event have already run through an online voting process.
Juniata Fest is an annual event organized by the Juniata Action Committee, but as event director Derick Scudder says, the people of Juniata put on this event. “Our main goal is to have an event put on by the people of Juniata, for the people of Juniata,” said Scudder. “It’s a chance to come together and have something exciting in our neighborhood.” (From today’s Juniata News)