Jubilee Day - Mechanicsburg, PA

Jubilee Day in Mechanicsburg, PA goes back to 1923 when a group of local businessmen were in Gettysburg during a town wide celebration. The businessmen decided then that their hometown, the borough of Mechanicsburg, needed such an affair.

Jubilee Day is the largest, longest running one-day street fair in the eastern part of the United States and is held rain or shine. Over its 80+ year history, Jubilee Day has grown to have a regional draw of upwards of 60,000 people who attend. Admission is FREE. The event features wares from local artists and craftsmen, as well as great food, fun games, and exciting amusement rides. There is also a children’s area behind Citizen’s Bank, which features FREE kids games, activities and a petting zoo.

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Jul 08, 2015
jubilee day
by: Carr

We certainly participate in this celebrations at the Pennsylvania every year. Now that all my brothers got married and dispersed to different parts we couldn't able to mingle together.

Mar 17, 2015
by: Geno

Well, it is quite interesting to learn about how certain celebrations were actually started and what exactly was the motto behind organizing such a festival in that time. And at times it can also be seen that the real aim was deviated with the progress of time.

Jun 21, 2010
Jubilee Day Dates and Times?
by: Patricia


I enjoyed reading the history of Jubilee Day in Mechanicsburg, PA. Could you please let us know the dates and times it takes place?


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