Spend a Friday night along the Allegheny River at Music in the Park. Catch a live performance or movie at the historic Struthers Library Theater. Take in a world-class art exhibition at the Crary Art Gallery. Or immerse yourself in learning your craft at the Allegheny Conservatory of Music and the Allegheny Center for the Arts.

Allegheny Center for the Arts

ACA’s commitment to arts education is grounded in the recognition of the importance and value of the arts to individuals, society, and the world. We offer art classes in drama, photography, music, and visual arts, as well as workshops in many art forms.

Crary Art Gallery

The Crary Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting the visual arts by bringing noteworthy art to the region and highlighting art created and collected by Crary’s. The permanent collection includes early and mid-20th century paintings and prints, Japanese silkscreens, and photographs by Edward S. Curtis.

Music in the Park

“Music in the Park began in 1998. It is a summer program that runs from approximately Memorial Day through Labor Day that showcases musicians from across the region in a free two-hour outdoor concert on Friday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Struthers Library Theater.

To entertain, enrich and educate the people of Warren County and the surrounding region with all the qualities and delights of live theater, music, dance and film.

Music Conservatory

Twice Warren has been the organizer of the Warren Conservatory of Music. A school created to meet the needs of children studying music in an exclusive musical environment. It is also the home of the Warren County Youth Orchestra. Some of the most impressive musicians and music educators have come together to once again offer Warren, Pennsylvania the opportunity to enroll in a music conservatory!

Warren Philharmonic Symphony

The Warren Philharmonic puts on some stunning performances each year, closing down a small portion of Second Avenue in downtown Warren. Follow them on Facebook to learn about the event.

Warren Public Library

As a patron of the Warren Library Association, you have access to over 108,000 books and audiobooks. They are home to a Youth Art Month exhibit and a collection of historic Warren County photographs and newspapers, as well as a climate-controlled Pennsylvania History Room.