Food ServicesOur culinary arts department is pleased to offer lunch to adult students, employees, and building guests. The Spartan Restaurant is open to the public on Wednesday evenings. Please view or download our menus and pricing information found at the side of this page.
To find out more about our services and menus, please contact the Culinary Arts department at (814) 266-6073 x136.
Johnstown’s roots began in 1800 when Joseph Johns settled in the area. Nestled next to Stonycreek River and Little Conemaugh River in the Laurel Mountains of Pennsylvania, Johnstown is about 60 miles east of Pittsburgh. It holds a place in entertainment history with several movies filmed within the city limits, including All the Right Moves starring Tom Cruise, and songs based on the infamous flood of 1889.
The Johnstown Flood
On Memorial Day, 1889, a storm started in Johnstown that would soon devastate the town. After raining for more than 24 hours, the South Fork Dam collapsed 14 miles upstream from the city, causing more than 20 million tons of water to rush through Conemaugh Valley, destroying everything in its path, and killing more than 2,000 area residents. The result was a spirit of survival and a commitment to restore the town and grow it into the productive and cooperative city it is today.