Area Bicentennial

August 12 – August 19, 2017


Elizabethville Area Bicentennial Commemorative Stoneware Pieces now available!

To purchase Bicentennial merchandise please call Kaye (717)362-9885 or Lori Henninger (717)503-8597 or visit Klinger Lumber Company, Elizabethville.

10 oz Crock with Elizabethville Bicentennial Logo in Blue 4.5" high and 3.5" top diameter $16

10 oz Crock

72 oz Wine Decanter with Elizabethville Star of the Valley Logo in Blue 8" high and 5.5" top diameter $36

72 oz Decanter

Half-gallon Belly Crock with Eisenhower Homestead in Blue. 7" high and 6.75” top diameter $35

1/2 Gal. Belly Crock

Short Gallon Canister Crock with the Henninger Farm Covered Bridge in Blue. 6" high and 8 1/2" top diameter $35

Heninger Bridge Crock

Tall Quart Canister with bale handle with Newton Hall in blue. 6" high. $25

Tall Quart Canister

Maple Grove Crock

Maple Grove Crock

Bicentennial Grand Finale Parade DVD

To order a DVD of the Grand Finale Parade, click here.

The History of Elizabethville and Washington Township 1817-2017


History Book

Would you like to own the 1967 Elizabethville Sesquicentennial History book?

Now available in DVD format!

This DVD is an exact reproduction of the 1967 book including all text and photos with a musical soundtrack added. Many of the photos have been enhanced to provide clarity for your viewing pleasure. The original book is somewhat scarce and only available in the secondary (used) market. The DVD can be viewed on your TV or computer and features a menu that allows ease of navigation throughout the presentation. Price is $5 + $3 shipping.





Hometown Heroes Commerative Book

Bicentennial Commerative Book


Bicentennial Commemorative Book

EABC Cookbook

We are sorry to inform you, due to technical difficulties beyond our control, and to our disappointment, we are unable to complete the much anticipated Elizabethville Area Bicentennial Cookbook.

We thank you for your patience as we attempted to resolve the issues needed to publish the book without omission of any recipes.

Thanks for your understanding.

Bridget Summers and Lou Barder Co-Chairs