Arts Council celebrates autumn

WENDY STIVER/THE EXPRESS Downtown Manager Natasha Gorham, center, holds a plaque she received in honor of her four years spent in the position. The Downtown Lock Haven Inc. Board of Directors presented her with the plaque and a cake after accepting her resignation Tuesday morning. From left are board members Rachel Harkey, Amanda Keiffer, Board President Jeff Miller, Gorham, board member Bob Rolley, Bonnie Gradel who is the new AmeriCorps worker in the Downtown office, Steve Stevenson of Lock Haven City Council, and board member Steve Getz.

The sun smiled on the annual Harvest Days Celebration at The Station Gallery, held Sunday. A pig roast, vendors of fine arts and crafts, musicians, artists, the Clinton County Historical Society, and more came together on the lawn of the historical train station at 2 E. Bald Eagle St. for the annual event, benefiting the Clinton County Arts Council. The gallery is currently hosting its popular annual “Art in the PA Wilds” exhibit, which is on view through Oct. 8. At left, Fran Decker browses at one of the vendor tents. Below left, Brady Carnahan, left, a historical society volunteer, shows his Lumberjack Soaps to a shopper. Below, attendees chat in the gallery while browsing the exhibit.