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…”
Although rental fees keep the Hall functioning, we rely on donations to help us 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
Uncovering the iron furnaces at Pa. Furnace
Curious about all the activity on Johnson Road? Come hear Bob Hazelton, local historian, talk on the efforts to clear out the Iron Furnace ruins. Over 300 volunteer man-hours have made an impact. Come see the progress in photos and videos, and learn about the history of the operation that put Pa. Furnace on the map. Hear what they have found in the process!
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at 7:30 pm
at the Baileyville Community Hall
Join us for Summer Session
Two time slots available:
Mondays from 10 - 10:45 am beginning July 10
Wednesdays from 6:00 - 6:45 pm beginning July 12
We've had so much fun that Amanda Gates is continuing to offer Free Form classes through the summer. This is a low intensity workout focused on maintaining effort and heart rate using aerobic exercise, functional movements, free weights, balance and flexibility. We will also focus on tightening those core muscles using a chair! Chairs are provided. Please bring 1-2 LB free weights and a water bottle. This class is appropriate for a wide range of fitness levels.
Cost is $3.00 per class, pay as you go or purchase a Punch card for $30.00, good for either session.
You can either show up 15 minutes before either class to register, or contact Amanda at 814-571-9817 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Baileyville History Book 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.