Ebensburg Farmers Market – Every Saturday, 9 am to 12 pm

The Ebensburg Farmers Market will begin Saturday, July 6th and go through September 21st.  The market runs every Saturday in Penn Eben Park from 9 am to 12 pm, rain or shine. Vendors in attendance will be selling the following items, and items will vary from week to week:

  • Fruits – blueberries, raspberries, etc.
  • Veggies – squash, tomatoes, red beets, beans, onions, cabbage, cucumbers, corn, etc.
  • Herbs – garlic, basil, parsley, etc.
  • Farm Fresh Eggs
  • Baked Goods
  • Honey
  • Soaps/Hand Creams
  • Flowers/Plants

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EBENSBURG BOROUGH VEHICLES FOR SALE

The Borough of Ebensburg offers the following for sale.

International Dump Truck – 1999 International 4800 Dump Truck, 28,000 GVWR, 33,818 miles, Garage kept. Aluminum bed with central hydraulics. Snow plow and spreader included.  Serpentine pulley broken off front engine cover; not in running order. Body excellent. Sold as is.

Pickup Truck – 2008 Ford Ranger. 53,782 miles. Motor and transmission good. Overall poor condition. In good running order.

Zero-Turn Mower – 2007 ExMark Lazer Z, 66” deck. Est. 3,000 Hours. Good condition.

Immediate availability, see at borough garage. Call for inspection Ebensburg Public Works (472-7811). Photos available at www.ebensburgpa.com.

Bids will be received until 12:00 noon Monday, April 15, 2019 at the Ebensburg Municipal Building, 300 West High Street, Ebensburg, PA 15931 at which time they will be opened publicly. E-mail bids accepted at eburg@ebensburgpa.com. The borough reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.

 

             

 

 

 

“Retire Your Old Glory” at the Ebensburg Municipal Office

Retire Your Old Glory is a community-based program to collect and properly retire American flags when they are no longer usable. Because borough staff are often asked how and where to properly dispose of old flags, Borough Council voted to participate in this program.

The American Legion Post 363 and Ebensburg VFW Post 4963 have generously agreed to sponsor the program by covering the initial set up fees, and Boy Scout Troop 98 has agreed to mange the program on an ongoing basis. They will periodically collect the flags, report the number of flags collected and ceremonially dispose of the flags.

Thanks to all the organizations involved in making this program possible.