Join the Fun at the Campus Theatre
“You’re Kidding, Aren’t You?”
On Sunday, APRIL 12th starting at 1 PM join moderator Mark Lawrence of WKOK Radio
as "Team Mifflinburg" composed of: John Showers, teacherJohn Sumner,
and librarian Kelly Walter and "Team Lewisburg" composed of: dentist
Julie Barna, school board pres. Kathy Swope, and mayor Judy Wagner
match wits with the audience in answering over 40 intriguing, unusual
and humorous questions about local history. It will be great fun!!
Tickets are $10 for adults and $1 for school
children through high school. Available at the UCHS office in the
courthouse or by mail; The Mercantile and the Public Library in
Lewisburg; West Milton State Bank in W. Milton, Mifflinburg, and
Bank & Trust in Mifflinburg and Lewisburg; and also at noon at the Campus Theatre’s box office the day of the event.
|Come be a SPOOMER for |
a Union County Mill & History Tour!
Union County Historical Society in conjunction with the Society for the
Preservation of Old Mills is giving a bus tour of old water-powered
gristmill sites along with other historical places in the county on
April 17 & 18. Come break that winter spell, and join us for a
welcomed outing. The specific itinerary is given on the registration
form: CLICK HERE All are welcomed.
(Note: Hotel accomodations are for visitors from
outside the area and are not required for the tour.)
Start Thinking About
Rural Heritage Days
"Communities of Union County"
July 11, 2015
Link to Millmont Times Website
| Obtain Back Issues: Heritage
Dairy in Union County 1900-2005
The Millmont Times
Thursday, April 9, 6 PM
Program and Dinnner at the Union County Sportsmen's Club, Weikert, PA
Tony Shively, a lifelong resident
of Millmont, will share a PowerPoint presentation focused on his
monthly publication,The Millmont Times.The April 1, 2015 issue of the
local newsletter will be the 180th, and the last one published by
Shively. Over the last 15 years he has endeavored to preserve the
history of some of the people and places from the West End of Union
County. During that time he has spent many hours interviewing people
and conducting research that was incorporated into the stories and
articles preserved on the pages of the local publication. Shively's
presentation will review the origins ofthe newsletter as well as some
of the interesting and fascinating people and places he has encountered
over the years. The evening program will be a reflective and
sentimental journey regardingThe MillmontTimes from its inception in
May of 2000 through April 2015.
The program follows a buffet dinner at the Sportsmen's Club.
Reservation forms will be sent to local members in March. Others
interested in attending, please contact the Society at 570-524-8666 or
The Union County Historical Society, founded in 1906 and
1918 and 1963, pursues collections, interpretation and
local history through lectures, tours, exhibitions, publications,
recordings, oral history documentation, historic
of local school historic activities, workshops, genealogical research
materials, and archival collections.