MHRA welcomes you to Mifflinburg and our website where you will find information on festivals, events, performances at the Elias Center for the Performing Arts, our businesses and our community and heritage. MHRA owns and maintains two historic buildings the Elias Center for the Performing Arts and the Weirick House. The Weirick House is our next rehabilitation project in historic preservation. Visit our businesses, enjoy our 19th century architecture, attend an event and most of all – come and visit us again!
The Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association (MHRA) exists to help promote and maintain a supportive environment where business, community and government work together to foster growth and development, while preserving Mifflinburg’s historic past.
The Borough of Mifflinburg is located in central Pennsylvania in Union County, where you will experience the unspoiled charm of a 19th century Pennsylvania town with its specialty shops, historic homes, and a busy calendar of events.
The Community Development Program is a comprehensive, approach to town revitalization and restoration with continued support for Mifflinburg's business and historic districts.
The Elm Street Program was created to strengthen the older historic neighborhoods that characterize many of the commonwealth’s communities, ...
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Old Elias (For Elias Church – By Kj Reimensnyder-Wagner, 2013) In 1806 a church was built that graced this lovely place Mifflinburg was Youngman’s town and used this growing space Elias Youngman led the team of many men who knew Creation of this Union Church would fill the many pews….
MayFest: 10 am to 6 pm Food, craft vendors 10-6 Maypole at 10, 12, 2, 4 Karen Nogle & Mark Tomeo perform at 10 Black Tie at noon Rocky’s Revival at 3 pm Bev Conrad at 4 pm Gutelius House and Mifflinburg Buggy Museum open for tours 10 am to…
The Maypole’s history dates back to the Iron Age and early Medieval cultures and is most important in the historic cultures of Germany and Austria, Scandinavia, Britain and Ireland. The earliest use in the United States was in 1628 noted by William Bradford, governor of New Plymouth. Its traditional use…