First Friday Sip & Savor

Friday, August 6, 2021
[6 to 9 PM]

First Friday Sip & Savor
Music of Walt Churchey
and Jackie Kopko

Join us Friday, August 6, outdoors at Gallery on Gazebo. Bring a friend and enjoy the summer evening with a glass of fine wine, an abundance of tasty appetizers, great conversation and live music!
Please reserve below.

First Friday Sip & Savor Event

Gallery on Gazebo presents Walt Churchey & Jackie Kopko - Aug 6-2021

Join us on the First Friday of August for a Sip & Savor evening featuring the music of Walt Churchey and Jackie Kopko. It’s informal and fun! Bring a friend or two. (If the weather is kind, we plan to be outdoors in the Piazza. If not, the Gallery is available.)

You’ll love Walt and Jackie’s musical talents. This talented duo started out guitar picking with local musicians and never looked back. They’ve been voted the city’s best entertainers. Come, listen and sip a glass of wine as you savor our selection of tasty appetizers. Be sure to browse the Gallery’s current exhibit of Barbara Strank Zivkovich watercolors.

Reserve now. Donation is $25/person, with proceeds to benefit the Gallery’s Piazza project. If you cannot attend, please consider making a charitable contribution to the Gallery. Simply complete the form below. Should you experience any difficulties or need additional assistance, please call us at (814) 243-2224.


Sip & Savor 2021

August 6, 2021 - Music of Walt & Jackie

"*" indicates required fields

Billing Address*
Price: $25.00
Credit Card*
American Express
Supported Credit Cards: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Expiration Date
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Sip & Savor 2921 Summer Thyme Events

Additional First Friday Sip & Savor evenings include:

  • Friday, September 3, with Denise Baldwin
  • Friday, October 1, with Barry Poglein

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

First Friday Sip & Savor

Free Speaker Series

Free Speaker Series Mike Tedesco UPCOMING

Gallery on Gazebo is a place for exchanging ideas. Come to our Summer Thyme Speaker Series. Next we feature Mike Tedesco, the new executive director of Johnson’s Vision Together 2025. Plan to be with us Wednesday, July 7, at 6:30 PM to meet Mike and learn about all the exciting projects in the works for dear old Johnstown. Free event. No reservations needed.

 More speakers will be scheduled soon. Please check back. We’re hoping to have a little something for everyone! Enjoy!

Free Speaker Series

Summer Thyme Happenings

Summer Thyme

A Preview of Coming Attractions
at Gallery on Gazebo



We are excited to announce that coffee, tea, sweet beverages and tasty snacks will be back at the Gallery starting weekends in June. Hooded Wonder Records & Coffee is setting up now in the front of the Gallery and is excited to be part of the downtown Johnstown community. More details will be coming soon! 

Downtown on Wheels (aka bicycle rentals and guided tours of our historic town) is another exciting new venture upcoming to the Gallery. We received a Lee Health and Wellness Endowment grant to help with expenses and the purchase of bikes in various sizes. Our volunteer guides are currently working on tour routes. The plan is that all tours will start in the downtown with different routes then moving outward to explore nearby bike-friendly attractions, such as Sandyvale Cemetery or The Center for Metal Arts. We think this initiative will bring a whole new dimension of fun to our home town. Watch for more info!

Sunday on the Square will be back on August 1. This is our signature event in Johnstown’s Central Park, featuring a wide array of tasty specialties from numerous local restaurants, live music by talented performers in the Gazebo, wondering magicians, Victorian costumed guests and much more. It is a most enjoyable Sunday afternoon in our beloved Central Park. Tickets on sale soon. Please plan to be there!

Also happening this summer will be the Grand Opening of our Gallery Piazza. Our “G” swinging gates are now in place. Lighting and some cosmetic improvements are in progress. Flowers and and greenery expected to be planted this week or next. We are using the talents of SEADS for this. SEADS is short for “Sustainable Employment for Adults with Disabilities.” The SEADS Garden Center, which opened at the site of the former Grandview Garden Center in Westmont, gives special needs adults the opportunity to have meaningful and sustainable employment. More info on the Piazza Grand Opening will be coming soon.

We also have a number of special events this summer, including an expanded Sip and Savor Evening Music Series, a FREE Speaker Series for Kids and Adults, and a return of our extremely popular Architectural Tours, researched and led by Andy Fedore. Our past guests have loved the opportunity to explore so many of Johnstown’s historic buildings and architectural treasures. We hope you will join us! We’ll keep you posted on dates and times!

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

Summer Thyme Happenings

Pandemic Art Series – A Glance Back

Pandemic Art:
Creating and Coping

Just a glance back … this exhibit has now closed, but selected pieces may be browsed below. Please note some of these pieces are still for sale. Others have been purchased.

Pandemic Art Exhibit March-April 2021

There is not one person who has not felt the grip of the Pandemic. While it has taken its toll, the Pandemic has also provided a time to reflect and re-imagine.

Gallery on Gazebo reached out to local artists  to share what they have been creating during these Covid days, together with the backstory on how the art came to be and how the creative process unfolded. The exhibit is visual, musical, poetic, and sensory, with comments that are contemplative, amusing, ironic, challenging but always hopeful.

Most of the art is for sale. We ask our live and virtual visitors to consider purchasing an original piece as a reminder of our collective strength and resilience during this never before experienced time in our lives.

Swing Time by Joe Berezansky, Artist, for Pandemic Art Series

Swing Time by Joe Berezansky

Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!

Pandemic Art Series – A Glance Back
Go to Top