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Visit downtown Danville at Looking for nightlife? Or a sunny day of shopping? Leisurely strolls down Mill Street will enlighten you to the amazing variety of shops, restaurants and services. Historic architecture will remind you of Danville’s past, and our ability to move into the future. Please check this website to find lots to do in Danville along with accommodations for a great visit in Danville.

Kutztown German Festival
Bring your family to enjoy the finest in traditional crafts, food, music and folk life. Fun for all ages! 200 of Americas finest traditional craftsmen. Fascinating demonstrations and treasures you can take home.

Boalsburg Villiage - 
Driving into Boalsburg is literally stepping back in time, to the days in which most Americans lived in small villages and towns. Here you walk to the post office to pick up your mail, walk to the cafe for a bite of lunch, go ice skating in the nearby park, sit on the front porch and snooze.

Anthracite Museum -
The Anthracite Heritage Museum is located in McDade Park in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Museum tells the story of the people who came from Europe to work in the anthracite mining and textiles industries. On a tour of the facility visitors will experience the lives of proud people who endured harsh working conditions yet carved out communities filled with tradition. The diverse collection highlights life in the mines, mills and factories.  

Mine Country -
Welcome to The Mine Country, a site dedicated to promoting and preserving the history and culture of the Appalachian Pennsylvania Anthracite Region. Here you will find both popular and scholarly information about the area that fueled America's Industrial Revolution.

Montour County Genealogical Society -
The Montour County Genealogical Society was founded in September 1999. We are a group of volunteers dedicated to the collection and preservation of information about families, past and present, of Montour County and to helping its families obtain the information they need to document their family heritage. 

Warrior Run - Fort Freeland Heritage Society 
Fort Freeland Heritage Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of the history and heritage of the Warrior Run area. Located in central Pennsylvania, the term "Warrior Run" refers to a defined geographic region in part of Union, Northumberland, and Montour Counties.
The Society actively collects and preserves objects made and used by settlers of the area and makes its collections available for viewing and study to interested students and scholars. In addition to its collections, the society also encourages the preservation of the crafts once practiced in the area through an active apprenticeship/mentor program.
The Quality Inn & Suites™ hotel, the perfect place for both business and leisure travelers, is ideally situated at the intersection of Interstate 80 and Route 54. 5 minutes from Danville, it is the perfect Inn for your IHF weekend stay.
Dressed in the style of another era, the Pine Barn Inn is a full service hotel in the Danville area. Located in Danville, the Pine Barn Inn is perfect for your IHF stay. - Experience the sights and sounds of the music of the "Greatest Generation," the classic jazz tunes from the World War II years. Rebecca Lynn & Jeff Willoughby bring to life the songs that kept our country going and perform them using costuming, stage props and instruments from the Period.

Danville Community Band - The Danville Community Band was originally formed in 1969 as the Danville Legion Post 40 Marching Band. In 1999 it changed it's name to the Danville Community Band. The band practices out of Danville, Pennsylvania and is under the baton of Mr. John Collins III. Our membership consists of several local musicians from Danville, Bloomsburg, Berwick, Selinsgrove, and beyond. The Band is proud to perform multiple concerts throughout the year at a variety of venues.

Branded Designs
 - Thank you to Branded Designs for providing the new IHF website! Branded Designs is a small design studio located in Catawissa, Pa. Contact them for any of your design, web, or print needs: from websites to business cards and banners to brochures. See how they can help you by calling 702.501.3114 or email

The Super Eight Hotel

 Located at off Interstate 80 at Exit 224, our pet-friendly Danville, PA, hotel offers comfort and time-saving amenities. Connect with family and friends on free Wi-Fi, or watch HBO on the 32-inch, flat-screen TV while you relax in your room. Play in our game room or work out in our gym. Some rooms at our Danville, PA, hotel offer microwaves and refrigerators. After a sound sleep, awake to free SuperStart continental breakfast. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult, and we offer guest laundry services

The Abigail House Bed and Breakfast is located a short distance from Danville's downtown business district and six blocks from the Geisinger Medical Center, the hospital that began in 1915 as the George F. Geisinger Memorial Hospital built by Abigail in memory of her husband. Carla and John Leighow, recognizing the beauty and significance in the community, purchased the home in 2012. With its fully renovated rooms and guest-centered services, the Abigail House now serves as a bed and breakfast that is full of personality and history.

The Doctor's Inn at 101 West Market Street dates back to the 1880's and has been a home to many of Danville's well known ancestors:  the Baldy, Wooley, and Wells families.  Local people also knew this historic home as a physician's office.
Today, The Doctor's Inn offers an invitation for rest and relaxation where guests may escape the fast paced world and become reacquainted with the Victorian Era.  The craftsmanship of an ornate mahogany staircase, high ceilings, pocket doors, and romantically spacious, yet carefully decorated bedrooms, will send you back in time.

The Columbia Montour Visitor's Bureau guides you through your visit to Columbia and Montour Counties. Here you will find events, attractions and places to stay. Don't start your visit to the area without first visiting this site and learning all the wonderful places to check out while you are staying here.    - Our mission is to authentically portray historical figures from the American Civil War era in order to educate the public and honor the service of the persons so portrayed; to aid and promote efforts to preserve the hallowed ground upon which the conflict was waged; and to commemorate and celebrate the history of the period, thereby preserving our common heritage.  - The Jolly Tars, Jake Laubach and Ken Purcell lead musical journeys back to the golden age of sail, the Civil War era and the immigrant experience of the mid800s. - The Excelsior Cornet Band  is New York State’s only authentic Civil War brass band. Founded in 2001, the band consists of a group of upstate New York musicians who are dedicated to the performance of original Civil War music on actual antique brass band instruments of the 1860’s period.  - The mission of the 2nd South Carolina String Band is to present Civil War music in as authentic a manner as possible. In their recordings the listener will hear the music of the 19th century played on 19th century period instruments in the appropriate style. This is the music as it truly sounded to the soldiers of the Civil War.