Redbank Valley Historical Society Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Redbank Valley. On June 9th, 2021, the Redbank Valley Historical Society, Inc. took possession of the previous Northwest Bank on Lafayette and Broad Streets. We want to display many artifacts and heirlooms on loan to the historical society, form a genealogy library and do events that bring culture to our area.
In 2021, we had a Quilt Show, Parade of Uniforms, Clock Presentation and Musical Programs. In 2022, we will continue to do very special events for the community. We are publishing a cookbook that will feature family recipes from the valley. We will also have an Antique Roadshow, a Thanksgiving dinner theater and again the festival of Trees.
Please consider donating to the preservation of this historic building, restoring the clock tower and the saving of
We have written five books, The U.S. Civil War and Its impact on Residents of the Redbank Valley, History of the Low Grade Railroad, A Pictorial History of the Redbank Valley, Business Center Recollections by Tom T. Andrews, Jr. and finally recently released, Voices from the Redbank Valley. A member, Justin Morgan, has produced a video series of the Andrews Theatre, Hawthorn Pottery, The Redbank Valley Municipal Park, Founders and Part 1 of Disasters (Floods) and will finish Disasters Part 2 (Fire) soon. Another member Carol Kennemuth has produced forty-five original drawings and prints of historic places in the area. These can all be found on our website: www.redbankvhs.org. Contact information: Cindy Morgan, 814-221-6225, 248 Walker Flat Road, Mayport, PA 16240, Facebook-Redbank Valley Historical Society.