Commemorating a key battle of the French & Indian War, which occurred on October 12, 1758, Fort Ligonier Days draws many visitors each year to the quaint, picturesque town of Ligonier.
The three-day event features historic battle reenactments, top-rated juried crafts, delicious foods, delightful musical entertainment and a grand parade on Saturday at 11am.
With a backdrop of spectacular fall foliage as its setting, a variety of activities are found on the beautiful Ligonier Diamond, throughout the historic town, and at the authentically reconstructed Fort Ligonier and its world-class, recently-renovated, museum.
5 official craft areas featuring over 175 juried artisans and crafters are located at Mellon Park, East Loyalhanna Street, South Fairfield Street, North Market Street and West Main Street. Handcrafted furniture, jewelry, artwork, gourmet food items and more are available for sale. Don’t forget to visit Ligonier’s local merchants! They will be running both indoor and outdoor sales all weekend long!
Interested in becoming a Craft Vendor at Fort Ligonier Days?
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Your taste buds will be tempted with the amazing array of foods, desserts and tasty treats found at the dozens of food booths around the Diamond, and the Train Station East Lot. Don’t miss the delicious dinners offered by local churches of the mouth-watering menu selections at Ligonier’s many restaurants as well. More information on Ligonier restaurants and merchants available at visitligonier.com
Interested in becoming a Food Vendor at Fort Ligonier Days?
Fort Ligonier Days 5K Walk/Run route starts at Ligonier Valley High School and traverses Main Street in both directions. Runners and Walkers will race through the festival area — including around the historic Ligonier Diamond. There’s even an obstacle course and Cannonball Dash for the kids!
Enjoy wine tasting all weekend on the lawn of Thistledown at Seger House with sampling from nine featured Pennsylvania wineries.