2021 Covered Bridge Pre-Order

The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau’s popular annual Covered Bridge Puzzle series is returning for the 11th year. This year’s puzzle will feature the Wanich Covered Bridge for the first time. The 2021 puzzle photograph is pictured above. If you’d like to pre-order one or more puzzles this year, you may do so by submitting the form below. Simply fill in your …

It’s Fishing Season in Central PA!

Fishing season is here again! Opening Day of Trout season is Saturday, April 3rd. Fishing in Columbia & Montour Counties is a wonderful way to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. Here are all the resources you might need to hit the water this year and have a blast reeling in the big one. TIME: 8 AMMINIMUM SIZE: 7 inchesFISHING HOURS: 24 …

Quick Guide to Paddling the Susquehanna River

by Alana Jajko, Director of Communications – Susquehanna Greenway Partnership With the arrival of warmer weather comes increased public access to outdoor recreation opportunities on the water. The Susquehanna River Water Trail is a treasure trove for the paddling and boating public.  Not only is it located right in our backyard, but it has a host of landscapes, history, and …

New Digital Quarterly Magazine!

With a new year comes some changes in how we reach you, our loyal calendar of events subscribers. We’re transitioning from our traditional printed calendar of events booklets to a quarterly digital magazine, which will be sent directly to your email inbox every three months, once it’s ready to share. It will include events listings for our area (much like …

Learn the History of Villa Sacred Heart

by Nancy Bishop Iconic Tower Dominates Danville Skyline If you’ve ever driven into Danville, you’ve probably noticed the iconic stone tower on a hillside beside Route 11 that dominates the skyline. Perhaps, like me, you’ve wondered about it and how it came to be built. The story really begins in the region’s iron-making and coal-mining past when many Slovak immigrants …

The Iron Furnaces of Danville

by Van Wagner & CMVB StaffPhotos courtesy of Montour Co. Historical Society – Collection of Sis Hause & Lynn Reichen History is all around us, and Danville has an incredibly rich one when it comes to iron furnaces and iron production. You may know Danville from its history as an iron-producing giant. The town played a large part in creating …