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Red Lion Area Historical Society

The Red Lion Area Historical Society now has their own website.
Click here to check it out!!

     
The Square Museum                                  Ma & Pa Train Station Museum

The Red Lion Area Historical Society is a charitable organization that hosts meetings of a historical nature open to the public free of charge on the 4th Thursday of the month during the school year at St. John's UCC, 161 N. Main St. at 7:00 PM.  They also maintain the Square Museum and the Ma & Pa Train Station Museum.

Their current community project is restoring the Ma and Pa Train Station on North Main Street.  To schedule a group tour of either the Square Museum or the Train Station, please call Jan Barnhart at 717-244-8030.

The Historical Society is always looking for new members who share an interest in local history and a desire to preserve our heritage for our children and grandchildren.  Call the Historical Society President for more information.

The Square Museum

10 E. Broadway
Red Lion
717-244-1912  

 

Ma & Pa Train Station Museum

73 N. Main St.
Red Lion

For tours of either of these museums, please call 717-244-8030.

 

Meetings

Meetings are open to the public free of charge.  They are held on the 4th Thursday of the month during the school year at St. John's UCC, 161 N. Main St. at 7:00 PM. Parking and entrance are to the rear of the church.  Please enter through the alley.  Our monthly meetings will be cancelled if the Red Lion School District cancels or dismisses school early on the day of the meeting.   If however, the school is only delayed, we will have our meeting as scheduled.

For additional information, contact the Historical Society President.

 

Ebert Furniture Co.

A lot of people are looking for information about a former Red Lion company called Ebert Furniture Co.  For anyone looking for information about Ebert Furniture Co., you may either call the Historical Society at 717-244-1912 or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  He lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, and his great-great-grandfather founded the factory in Philadelphia in 1854.  He is willing to help anyone who is looking for information.

Mr. Conrad has contacted our office and told us about his Ebert Furniture Blog, which contains a lot of information about Ebert Furniture.  Mr. Conrad has posted photographs of the beautiful Ebert Furniture.  Please check it out!!

Red Lion Train Station Model Railroaders


Photo Courtesy MD Rails

Click here to visit the Red Lion Train Station Model Railroaders website.

Upcoming Events

Mon Mar 27 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Mon Mar 27 @ 6:00PM -
Redevelopment Commission Meeting
Mon Mar 27 @ 7:00PM -
Recreation Commission Meeting
Tue Mar 28 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Wed Mar 29 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Thu Mar 30 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Fri Mar 31 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Mon Apr 03 @12:00AM
STREET SWEEPING
Mon Apr 03 @ 9:00AM - 03:00PM
WATER LINE FLUSHING
Mon Apr 03 @ 7:00PM -
Council Work Session