Get Involved

Ways to Get Involved and Support the Huntingdon County Arts Council

Become a member of the Huntingdon County Arts Council.Please join us in supporting the arts in Huntingdon County by becoming a member of the The Huntingdon County Arts Council.
We have a variety of different memberships levels:

  • Individual, $25
  • Family, $40
  • Business/Non-Profit, $50
  • Silver Patron & Benefactor, $100
  • Gold Patron & Benefactor, $250
  • Platinum Patron & Benefactor, $500
  • Lifetime, $2,500

You can mail a check for the appropriate membership level to: HCAC at 212 Fourth Street, Huntingdon PA 16652Or you can pay by credit card by selecting your membership level below:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=MRPW7PGN62YVL

Donate

The Huntingdon County Arts Council is a 501-C3 nonprofit organizations.  You can make monetary donations either electronically with the button on the left or mail a check to HCAC at 212 Fourth Street, Huntingdon PA 16652.  In addition to monetary donations, the Arts Council will gladly accept item donations for the Annual Silent Auction or supplies for any number of our events.  For non-monetary donations, contact the Arts Council directly for arrangements.



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Volunteer

Contact the Arts Council about volunteering at any number of the events.  It’s a great way to get involved with the local community and share your appreciation for the Arts.

Perhaps the easiest way to help the Huntingdon County Arts Council is to utilize GoodSearch.  This can be done by using the GoodSearch search engine either directly at www.goodsearch.com and identifying the Huntingdon County Arts Council as the benficiary or installing the GoodSearch toolbar.  Besides using the GoodSearch search engine when browsing the internet, we encourage folks to do their online shopping through GoodShop.  With GoodShop, you have access to many of the popular online shops such as Amazon or EBay and every purchase generates a donation to the Arts Council based on purchase price.

“I bought my college textbooks on Amazon through the GoodShop website and had 2% of the purchase go to the Arts Council.  Easy $10 for the Arts Council.” -Anonymous


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It's The Nick Miller Project night at the Concerts on the Quad. Huntingdon's own Nick Miller will bring his musical talent as the Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series.

Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts.

These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciated.
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Concerts on the Quad: The Nick Miller Project

July 13, 2017, 6:30pm - July 13, 2017, 9:30pm

It's The Nick Miller Project night at the Concerts on the Quad. Huntingdon's own Nick Miller will bring his musical talent as the Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series. Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts. These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciated.

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Chip Lovett will bring his jazz keyboard to the Concerts of the Quad music series. The Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series.

Chip Lovett was raised in Brooklyn, New York and was exposed musically by playing clarinet in elementary school and trumpet in Junior high school. During his junior year at Juniata College located in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania in 1975, he began to explore a different instrument, the piano, due to listening to jazz legends such as Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock , his main musical influences even today.

Chip received individual piano lessons for three years and then created Bryne/ Lovett , a jazz saxophone/ keyboard duo which subsequently led to the creation of Urban Fusion, a fusion jazz band which he started with three other members in State College Pennsylvania.

As a solo keyboard artist, Chip has performed in the Huntingdon County area at weddings, fine dining establishments and has collaborated with other musicians performing for the Huntingdon Historical Society. Chip also performed with Urban Fusion at the Juneteenth Celebration in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania for the last seven years. Chip was also the guest pianist performing jazz standards for the Juniata College Jazz band in 2013.

Chip has recorded duo- jazz projects, performs trio jazz piano and has served as musical director and arranger for numerous jazz, R&B and vocal groups in the State College area.

Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts.

These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciate.
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Concerts on the Quad: Chip Lovett

July 6, 2017, 6:30pm - July 6, 2017, 8:30pm

Chip Lovett will bring his jazz keyboard to the Concerts of the Quad music series. The Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series. Chip Lovett was raised in Brooklyn, New York and was exposed musically by playing clarinet in elementary school and trumpet in Junior high school. During his junior year at Juniata College located in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania in 1975, he began to explore a different instrument, the piano, due to listening to jazz legends such as Oscar Peterson, Chick Corea and Herbie Hancock , his main musical influences even today. Chip received individual piano lessons for three years and then created Bryne/ Lovett , a jazz saxophone/ keyboard duo which subsequently led to the creation of Urban Fusion, a fusion jazz band which he started with three other members in State College Pennsylvania. As a solo keyboard artist, Chip has performed in the Huntingdon County area at weddings, fine dining establishments and has collaborated with other musicians performing for the Huntingdon Historical Society. Chip also performed with Urban Fusion at the Juneteenth Celebration in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania for the last seven years. Chip was also the guest pianist performing jazz standards for the Juniata College Jazz band in 2013. Chip has recorded duo- jazz projects, performs trio jazz piano and has served as musical director and arranger for numerous jazz, R&B and vocal groups in the State College area. Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts. These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciate.

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It's Vocal Night at the Concerts on the Quad. Two vocal groups will perform as the Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series.

Take Note is a 15 member female group singing all your favorites from the 40s though today. The group is lead by Bill Croissant.

Music, Music, Music! features a variety of music and music styples. The group is lead by Shirley McBreyer.

Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts.

These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciated.
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Concerts on the Quad: Take Note & Music, Music, Music!

June 29, 2017, 6:30pm - June 29, 2017, 8:30pm

It's Vocal Night at the Concerts on the Quad. Two vocal groups will perform as the Huntingdon County Arts Council and Juniata College once again are bringing music to the community with our Concerts on the Quad music series. Take Note is a 15 member female group singing all your favorites from the 40s though today. The group is lead by Bill Croissant. Music, Music, Music! features a variety of music and music styples. The group is lead by Shirley McBreyer. Bring your lawn chairs, your blankets, picnic supplies and your friends and family to the Juniata College quad, in front of the Halbrittter Center for the Performing Arts. These outdoor concerts are free, but donations appreciated.

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As part of our Art Walk Huntingdon tonight, check out the replicas of the medallions from the large mosaic on Penn Street. The original medallions covered different periods in Huntingdon's history. In celebration of the 250 years of Huntingdon, replicas of these medallions are available for purchase. We have both both fired and unfired ones on display tonight from 5 to 8 pm. #artwalkhdon ...

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Contact Us:

212 4th St, Huntingdon, PA 16652

(814) 643-6220

huntingdonarts@gmail.com

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