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Millerstown Borough is located on the eastern bank of the Juniata River, scenically set in the rolling hills of Perry County. Once a thriving town during Canal Days, it now serves as a quiet residential community, rich in historical lore. Millerstown lies thirty-three miles west of the State Capital, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and is the oldest town in Perry County. It is located at the junctions of U.S. 22/322 and PA. Rt. 17. It has a land area of .86 square miles, with a 2010 census population of 673.     
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Most of the town’s independent places of business are within easy walking distance of the square, as well as scenic and convenient walking trails and some great fishing opportunities!
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    New Recycling Procedure
Effective April 2013, recycling will be done by bag purchase and then depositing at the collection bin to be staged at the Community Park lot. Bags are available for purchase at the Borough Office Mon., Wed. & Fri. from 9 am- 1 pm. Full list of acceptable items can be found here >>>
Millerstown Lions Club
In 205 countries, in hospitals and senior centers, in regions battered by natural disaster, in schools and eyeglass recycling centers, and in your hometown, Lions are at work, helping, leading, planning and supporting. Because we're local, we can serve the unique needs of the communities we live in.
Millerstown Community Success, Inc.
Volunteer group of citizens striving to improve the visual aesthetics of Millerstown. Notable projects are the lighting of the square flagpole, totally rebuilt traffic islands, welcome signs entering town, lighting of the town entrance ramp from Rt.22/322, annual square cleanup, hosting of annual flea market, 7 years of sponsoring Christmas in Millerstown, and seasonal decorations and plantings in the square.
Park & Recreation Committee
Thanks to everyone who has helped to make the Millerstown Park a reality.
Because of an extremely generous bequest from a late resident, and also countless weeks, months and years of very hard work, hours of meetings, state grants, and very kind donations of time, materials and money, it is wonderful to see how the park has really taken shape and form.

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Perry Valley Grange
Perry Valley Grange is an all-volunteer family organization serving its local, state, national and world community continually since 1919. Today's Grange is an organization open to all those with an interest in helping others through community involvement.
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August 15:
Millerstown’s popular Annual Outdoor Flea Market and Craft Show will be held at the Millerstown Community Park, Saturday, August 15, 2015, just outside Millerstown on Old Route 22 (Juniata Parkway) near the Millerstown Swimming Pool.  It is just off the ramps of 22-322 and will be held from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.    Flea Market Vendors, Yard Sale individuals, Craft Vendors, Antique vendors, farm market and produce vendors and Businesses are all welcome to set up for the day with a nominal fee of just $10.  Over 100 vendors are expected.  No prior registration is required.  Set up after 5:30 a.m. on the morning of the show.  Rain date is August 22.  Food and Beverage sales are reserved by the sponsoring organization, Millerstown Community Success, Inc.  For additional information, telephone t 717 589-3598.
August 5 thru 8:
The Millerstown Fire Company Annual Carnival will be held Wednesday -Saturday at the Millerstown Community Park. Four days of entertainment, rides, raffles, food, games and so much more. Fireworks display on Friday the 7th.
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August 1:
  The Reward U.M. Church is having its Annual Public Picnic from noon until ?? There will be Homemade Soups, Bar-B-Que, French Fries, Pies and Ice Cream plus Hamburgers, Hotdogs and Sausage. Take Outs are available. It is held at the Anderson Picnic Grove which is located on the 1st Perry Valley Road. It is three miles from the end of the road. There will be a Fish Pond with Toys for the Children and the Entertainment will be the Bluegrass Country Express. Come and join us for the day! Bring your lawn chairs and stay for the fellowship! God Bless! The Reward Congregation.
Why is the pool green?
High iron content and other minerals in the well water cause chemical reactions when chlorine is added. The water IS SAFE for swimming.
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