Keystone plays key role in Arts on Fire Festival
La Plume – Local high school students will once again have the opportunity to pour hot molten iron into molds they have created, just as the workers did generations ago at the historic Scranton Iron Furnaces.
The students, participants in the
The festival begins Friday, June 6 with the Fire at the Furnace fundraiser from 8-11 p.m. to support the
Saturday, June 7 and Sunday, June 8 feature all-day family activities, including food and beverages, music, children’s activities, black smithing, pottery, glassmaking demonstrations and a community iron pour. Visitors may also take a historic trolley ride to and from the Electric City Trolley Station and Museum.
Launched in 2010, The Arts on Fire festival is a celebration of arts, heritage, industry and community held each year at the Iron Furnaces, a former foundry, built in the 1840s which served as a major employer for immigrants settling in the
For more information on the Fire at the Furnace fundraiser on June 6 and the complete Arts on Fire Festival June 7-8, visit www.artsonfirefestival.com