Spring Cleanup / River side
Spring Cleanup / River side @ Spring Cleanup / River Side
May 18 all-day
Guidelines to follow are: No building materials Nothing with Freon in it Must be tagged by a certified refrigeration specialist that Freon has been removed. No propane tanks No mattresses No electronics No “garbage” or
Memorial Day – Borough Offices Closed 8:00 am
Memorial Day Parade 10:30 am
Beginning Genealogy & Family Research 7:00 pm
The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 27, 2019, starting at Third and Beaver Streets. The parade will proceed along Third Street to the Beaver Cemetery’s Receiving Vault and Chapel where a formal program will take place honoring military veterans. All veterans, retired or active service, are invited to march or ride in the parade.
For additional information, please contact Charles Snitger at 724-728-3783 and click on the attached link Beaver Memorial Day & Ceremony
Guidelines to follow are:
- No building materials
- Nothing with Freon in it
- Must be tagged by a certified refrigeration specialist that Freon has been removed.
- No propane tanks
- No mattresses
- No electronics
- No “garbage” or “lawn waste”
Have items placed neatly on your curb Friday evening.
The annual Garrison Day Show and Sale, held in the beautiful green central parks of Beaver, is one of the community’s largest, most exciting and visible events each year, drawing more than 10,000 visitors annually. Garrison Day, named in honor of the military garrison stationed at Fort McIntosh in the late 1700s, involves hundreds of arts and crafts and antiques vendors, a variety of food and refreshments, an art show, music by the Fort McIntosh Fife and Drum Corps, and other lively entertainment. For information on how to obtain exhibit or food vendor space, contact event coordinator Linda McGaffic – 724-544-0477. Exhibitor Registration Form