Did you know?
You are an important part of our history, and our community! Did you know, that if you live in the Pennsylvania Furnace area, you are automatically a member of the Community Hall Association?
That's right!! The Baileyville Community Hall Association was established in 1933 and the By Laws state that “membership of this Association shall consist of every member of the community…”
The Board of Directors meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Hall. You are welcome to join us!
Little Free Library
A Little Free Library has been installed at the Community Hall. For those of you not familiar with the program, it provides books for people to share. The motto is Take a Book, Share a Book. If you have books you have read and would like to share, stop by and add them to the Library. Take a look at the ones already there and see if any interest you.
Even if you don't have one to share, take one to enjoy! We have stocked it with a good supply of children's and adult books already! Come check it out!
Thanks to Tod Grimm, Genia Harpster and Lisa and Steve Bellows, for building, painting and installing the library. And to Michele Valenza for keeping the content rotated and in order.
Baileyville History Books for Sale
Learn more about your local area. The book - Baileyville: The Town, the Furnace and the Railroad is full of pictures and information about the Baileyville area, including the railroad and the Pennsylvania Furnace Iron Works. Available for $20.00 + $3.00 shipping. Click here.
Community Picnic -
Sunday July 17 3 - 7 pm
Back after a 2 year COVID hiatus - come join the fun! Diamond Track Bluegrass Band, Pie/Cake Auction, presentations, and we will be dedicating the Heritage Tree.
Bring a dish to share, we will provide hot dogs and sloppy joes.
More details to follow.
So mark your calendars! Stay tuned for more details
Donate a pie/cake or other baked good for the auction - lot's of old-fashioned fun. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org regarding your donation. It's never too early to commit!
Rental fees help keep the Hall functioning, but we also we rely on donations to keep it functioning and to help make improvements and repairs to the facilities. Your support is appreciated. Checks can be made payable to BCHA (Baileyville Community Hall Association) and mailed to PO Box 43, Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 16865.
Click here for a donation form.
Renting the Hall
The Baileyville Community Hall is available to rent for events such as meetings, parties, dinners, receptions, music festivals, etc.
Click here for details