A Kane Borough ordinance prohibits pets in the park. This will be enforced.
Saturday, June 22rd, 2013: 10AM - 5PM
Sunday, June 23th, 2013: 10AM - 5PM
Show dates and times go on rain or shine!
Art in the Wilds is an outdoor art show set in beautifully wooded Evergreen Park in the center of Kane, Pennsylvania. Kane sits on the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, and is part of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Evergreen Park is located on Route 66 (which is also S. Fraley Street) between Chestnut Street and Birch Street.
GPS Coordinates: N 41° 39' 30° W 78° 48' 41°
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Admission to Art in the Wilds is FREE!
Food and beverages are available from vendors located on site at Art in the Wilds, and several local restaurants located near the show.
Art in the Wilds hosts a breakfast at the Kane Elks Club on Saturday and Sunday for a small fee. Portable toilets, including one handicapped, are located on site. Ambulance services are available in the case of medical emergencies. Art in the Wilds has a hospitality booth staffed by volunteers. An automated teller machine (ATM) is located on Birch Street across the street from the show.
Note: The Borough of Kane prohibits smoking, dogs (with the exception of service dogs), and alcohol in the park.
Security guards will patrol 24 hours a day beginning on Friday at 3 PM and ending on Sunday at 6 PM. However Art in the Wilds assumes no responsibility for loss or damage.
Substantial free parking is available nearby. Handicapped parking is available at the point of the part on Birch Street.