August Events in Pennsylvania - Index
Concentrating on events with vendors, arts, crafts, antiques, collectibles.
We primarily post events with
vendors such as craft shows, fairs, festivals, trade shows, vendor expos, antique shows and
collectible events, flea markets, etc.
Due to the large number of events we have posted, we split the August
events listings into four separate pages for faster page load time.
Page 1 - August Events in Pennsylvania
Counties A through C: Adams ~ Allegheny ~ Armstrong ~ Beaver ~ Bedford ~ Berks ~ Blair ~ Bradford ~ Bucks ~ Butler ~ Cambria ~ Cameron ~ Carbon ~ Centre ~ Chester ~ Clarion ~ Clearfield ~ Clinton ~ Columbia ~ Crawford ~ Cumberland
Page 2 - August Events in Pennsylvania
Counties D through L: Dauphin ~ Delaware ~ Elk ~ Erie ~ Fayette ~ Forest ~ Franklin ~ Fulton ~ Greene~ Huntingdon ~ Indiana ~ Jefferson ~ Juniata ~ Lackawanna ~ Lancaster ~ Lawrence ~ Lebanon ~ Lehigh ~ Luzerne ~ Lycoming
Page 3 - August Events in Pennsylvania
Counties M through P: McKean ~ Mercer ~ Mifflin ~ Monroe ~ Montgomery ~ Montour ~ Northampton ~ Northumberland ~ Perry ~ Philadelphia ~ Pike ~ Potter
Page 4 - August Events in Pennsylvania
Counties S through Y: Schuylkill ~ Snyder ~ Somerset ~ Sullivan ~ Susquehanna ~ Tioga ~ Union ~ Venango ~ Warren ~ Washington ~ Wayne ~ Westmoreland ~ Wyoming ~ York
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Celebrity Birthdays and Death Anniversaries -
Napoleon Bonaparte - born August 15, 1769.
Davy Crockett - born on August 17, 1786 in TN.
Alfred Hitchcock - born August 13, 1899.
Herbert Hoover - born August 10, 1874 in Iowa.
Steve Martin - born August 14, 1945
Marilyn Monroe - died August 5, 1962
Elvis Presley - died on August 16th
Will Rogers and Wiley Post - died in a plane crash on August 15, 1935
Lady Diana - died in an auto accident on August 11, 1997.
Mae West - born August 17, 1892 (or 1893) in Brooklyn NY.
Other Interesting Items for August:
August 7, 1794 - Start of the Whiskey Rebellion
August 9, 1945 - an atomic bomb is dropped on Nagasaki, Japan - killing 70,000 to 90,000 people.
August 9, 1974 - President Nixon resigns, President Ford takes office.
August 14, 1935 - President Franklin signed the Social Security Act.
August 14, 1945 - President Truman announced that Japan surrendered, ending World War II.
August 20, 1866 President Andrew Johnson formally declared the Civil War was over.
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Words of Wisdom and Inspiration...
August Folk Lore
If the first week in August
is unusually warm, the coming winter will be snowy and
For every fog in
August, there will be a snowfall in winter.
If a cold August follows a hot August, it foretells
a winter hard and dry.
-- The Farmers Almanac