Celebrate your favorite man with fun, food, music, and shows fit for a king. Bellefonte’s “Cruise” is sure to make your Father’s Day one to remember.
Well-preserved Victorian charm. Emerging local food and drink. Historic and artistic significance. Renowned outdoor recreation. Have you been to Bellefonte lately?
Two things compliment a sensational town best: Great people and great food. Lucky for you, we have both! Experience the authentic Italian cuisine or a café’s baked-with-love pastries.
A growing community with affordable homes, local organizations, outstanding schools, and great people. There’s only one thing missing… you!
Whatever your excursion, we have it! Bellefonte is home to one of the “Best in PA” fly fishing locations and has a variety of exciting shopping options. But it doesn’t stop there!
There remains a magic element to the slow cruising of all those restored cars, to all that highly polished 20th century steel shining out by the courthouse.
It's only $15 per big section of sidewalk and all the proceeds will be going towards Downtown Bellefonte Inc.
Each and every soldier you cross paths with as you walk along will be representing a Pennsylvanian who came before us.
Visit the Co-Creating Galleries where every single one of us is needed to create the art on display.
The most charming aspect of this whole thing is that there's been such a powerful show of community effort to make it all happen.
Learn all about the Educational Improvement Tax Credit program (EITC), a trending way that parents can use their own state tax dollars to help local students.
It's a beautiful investment in any town's future as it is about the nooks and cranny's of window replacement.
Here in Bellefonte and Centre County we are luckier than we likely realize. We live in a land where trout are king. And queen.
A bunch of young racers between the ages of 7-14 are headed here, to Allegheny Street to prove it.
The newly appointed Director of the SpringBoard facility and all-around Bellefonte business incubator guru.
Men, women, and children were hidden, fed, sheltered, and transported along clandestine routes by passionately committed strangers.
Nestled on Spring Creek beside Tussey Moutain Outfitters, you'll find one of Bellefonte's best kept secrets.
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