Jeff Webb as Vocal Soloist

Thursday, September 1, 2022, 7:00 PM

You won’t want to miss Jeff Webb for the next Sip & Savor! With some weather luck, we will be gathering in the Piazza to relax and immerse ourselves in some musical magic.

Donation is $25/person. You can reserve now at

Expect a bountiful and classy charcuterie and refreshments.

Sponsors for the popular Thursday series are McAneny Bros, GAP, Slovenian Savings & Loan Association and Von United Beverage.

Welcome, Pitt-Johnstown to Downtown!

Downtown Johnstown did its best to roll out the red carpet for 400 Pitt Johnstown students, staff and volunteers. The Gallery offered the special incentive of rolling out our bikes for an 11 mile ride, led by Chad Mclaren. Chad got to show off the Iron to Arts Trail, Cambria City, Sandyvale, and the Mayer Trail.

We say “Come Back Soon!” We hope you do.

This Makes us Happy!

When then-5-year old Milan Gjurich found out he could exhibit and sell his art with his Uncle Fred Rainey and Aunt Virginia Poltrack, he had a plan. That plan was to donate the proceeds from the sales to the Cambria County Humane Society. Here you see the $1,500 donation happily accepted by Sara Oldham and Izzy from the CCHS. The Gallery, represented by Laurel Huchel, was honored to be part of this generous gift.

Transitions celebrates the great bond and joy that Art can bring to 2-legged as well as 4-legged creatures.

Do Tell Books

Wednesday, October 19, 2022, 6:00 PM

Free Interactive forum with Kayla Pongrac

Does Uncle Jim always share the best stories about his childhood? Are your parents or grandparents celebrating a milestone wedding anniversary? Did your grandfather serve in the military?  

We all have a story, as they say, and Do Tell Books was brought to fruition to allow people to put their stories to paper—to preserve stories that deserve to not only be told, but also passed down for generations to come.

On October 19 at 6 p.m., Gallery on Gazebo will host an interactive forum with Kayla Pongrac, a former local journalist (Our Town, Daily American, Johnstown Magazine), who recently launched Do Tell Books with the purpose of helping people preserve their most precious life stories and memories.

During the forum, Kayla will discuss why she started the business and answer any questions you may have about perpetuating the legacies of your loved ones.

Reserve your spot by October 10th.

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