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4th Festivities at the All-Sports Museum

all-sports-museum-logo-700wWhat: During Centre County’s July 4th Fest, the All-Sports Museum is open to the public from 10am-8:30pm.  There will be a special showing of the movie Angels in the Outfield at 3:30pm in the Clemen’s Family Theater.  Lion Cub Zone will be set up in the Founders Mall (BJC Mezzanine entrance parking lot) from 4-8:30pm.  Fans, be sure to bring your camera and have your photo taken “in” Beaver Stadium, with a realistic backdrop, actual equipment from the football team, and replica equipment from the early 1900s.  Additionally, we will have a special scavenger hunt, with prizes for those who participate.

When: Saturday July 4 from 10:00 am to 8:30 pm

Where: All-Sports Museum (located in Beaver Stadium)

Cost: Free!

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