Top things to do around Erie that you can’t miss in the week of September 2-8

Wattsburg Erie County Fair: Until Saturday, 13993 Routes 8 & 89, Wattsburg. Features harness races, rides, tractor and horse pulls, rodeo, helicopter rides, frog jumping competition, parade, vesper service, live music, demolition derby, etc. $ 8 for general admission, $ 10 for the weekly button, free for children 5 and under and for the military; additional charges for certain grandstand events. 814-739-2232, http://wattsburgfair.com/index.php or www.facebook.com/wattsburgfair

“Future Memories”, video and multimedia art by John Eric Steiner: Erie Art Museum, 20 E. Fifth St. The exhibition opens this Thursday through January 30. With a series of installations with objects and videos that merge old and new media, “Future Memories” explores our complicated relationship with technology.

John Eric Steiner's exhibition, Future Memories, Video and Multimedia Art, opens this Thursday, September 2, 2021 at the Erie Art Museum.

Steiner pushes the boundaries of small analog and digital machines such as slide projectors, landline phones and modern computers to examine the links between sexuality, religion and survival at the end of capitalism. Masks compulsory for all visitors. Hours are Thursdays and Fridays, 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Free for members; memberships start at $ 15. https://erieartmuseum.org/john-eric-steiner

The opening of “Future Memories” coincides with the beginning of the Highmark Art After Dark musical series at the Erie Art Museum, which will take place the first Thursday of the month until April from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. September will feature live music from Matty and the Pickles and David King will present an artist talk at 5pm. October 7 with Tiny Paper Boats; November 4 with concrete castles; December 2 with Smilo and the ghost. The other artists have not yet been named. Art After Dark requires admission to the museum, which is free for members, $ 10 for adults, and $ 8 for students and seniors. https://erieartmuseum.org/art-after-dark

Flower festival: Thursday to Sunday until September 12, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Port Farms, 2055 Stone Quarry Road, Waterford. Five acre area where guests can pick zinnias and sunflowers; also offers music, beer garden, more. The general admission price of $ 14.95 includes one free bloom. 814-796-4500, https://portfarms.com/

Party @ the pines: Friday, Whispering Pines Golf Course, 15630 Middle Road, Meadville. Summer concert series featuring country, rock-tribute, homage to Janis-Joplin, blues bands and more. $ 35-240. 814-333-2827, http://www.golfwhisperingpines.com/

Members of the dancers Alpen Schuhplatter und Trachtenverein, from Pittsburgh, perform on September 2, 2019, at the German Heritage Festival in St. Nick's Grove in Millcreek Township.

German Heritage Festival: Saturday, 11 am-8pm; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., St. Nick’s Grove, 5131 Old French Road. Food, beer, children’s activities, shows and a dance floor. $ 5 or $ 8 for a two-day pass; free for children under 12. 814-456-9598, www.dank-erie.org

Spartansburg Community Fair: Sunday to September 11, 231 Jefferson St., Spartansburg. Features rodeo, fireworks, pony rides, games, 5k race, parade, scarecrow building content, lumberjack competition, horse and tractor pulls, show equestrian, a judgment on cattle, etc. $ 4 for daily admission, free for children 12 and under; $ 9 for the week; additional charges for certain events. 814-654-7608, www.spartansburgcommunityfair.com or www.facebook.com/SpartaFairPA

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Waterford Community Fair: Monday to September 11 13012 Route 19 S, Waterford. Features rides, exhibits, draft horse halter show, 4×4 and tractor pull-ups, demolition derby, cattle judging and sale, ATV rodeo, live music, and more. $ 4 for daily admission, free for children 8 and under; $ 10 for the weekly button; $ 20 for the ride-a-rama, $ 15 in advance. 814-796-6923, 814-651-3586, www.waterfordfair.org

Get your Phil:Erie Philharmonic to host outdoor concerts in Erie region hometowns this summer

In your hometown: Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., Gibson Park, North East. Another performance by Erie Phil Strings. To free. 814-455-1375, https://eriephil.org/hometown#hometownhome

Find more events and submit yours for free at GoErie.com/calendar.

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