17th Annual National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival

 

June 18 - 20, 2020

Due to the Coronavirus the 2020 National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival has been canceled.

 

Carving Festival

benefits

Local Community Organizations and individuals in need

Nearby Attractions

The festival is held in Addison, PA located on the National Road within the National Road Heritage Corridor in southern Somerset County.    There are many nearby attractions that you may want to visit while you are here including the original historic Petersburg Toll House, Frederick Augustine House & Visitor Center, the Petersburg-Addison Museum, the Humberson one-room schoolhouse and the Youghiogheny Lake.

The 2020 17th annual National Road Chainsaw Carving Festival, managed by the Confluence Lions Club, will host chainsaw carvers from all over the US and other countries. They will be carving, displaying, and selling their carved items to the public.  Last year there were 38 carvers that participated.  The festival will be held:

June 18, 19 & 20, 2020 (CANCELED)

Thurs, Fri. & Sat.   8am - 8pm Daily

Addison's Community Park at 108 Fike Lane (off Main St.), Addison, PA

(30 miles south of Somerset, 25 miles East of Uniontown PA, on US Rt. 40.)

Festival Site Photo

Serving the blind...

Confluence Lions Club helps the community and serves humanity with emphasis on serving the blind.

 

The past sixteen National Road Chainsaw Carving Festivals have benefited the Somerset County Blind Association, an organization whose mission is to provide social, vocational, rehabilitative and educational services for the people who are blind or whose vision is impaired.  Over the past 16 Festivals the Confluence Lions Club has donated $140,300 to the Somerset County Blind Association.

PO Box 21

Confluence PA  15424

(814) 395-3469

support@confluencelions.org

Drop off glasses at First National Bank Confluence

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