From staff reports
Oil Heritage Festival 2020 concluded Sunday with a well-attended car cruise-through.
“It went great, people were very nice about the whole thing,” said Venango County Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Susan Williams.
Events throughout the weekend – such as a bike rodeo and concert held at Oil City high school – also went well, according to Williams.
According to Williams, the weeklong festival may not have brought in much revenue when compared to its predecessors, but said the festival just might have broke even.
“Some of the staff were talking and said this was one of the easiest (Oil Heritage Festivals) we’d done,” Williams said. “Physically, yes, but mentally it was one of the hardest.”