Ale House Bar & Grill

Ale House BarWelcome To The Ale House Bar & Grill Located right downtown Shamokin, Family Owned & Operated. Ale House Bar & Grill is a newly renovated, eye catching industrial style Bar & Grill, home of big screen TVs, featuring 19 Craft Beers on tap, a 60 foot bar & a unique menu.

Our food is Absolutely Amazing! We have a complete menu with everything from appetizers to pretzel melts, burgers & salads. Our fully stocked bar and signature cocktail list will be able to quench anyone’s thirst.

Ale House Bar & Grill offers high quality food and a diverse selection of premium beers. If its value your looking for we go it, you can enjoy music from the bars touch tune jukebox, where you can kickback in a relaxing atmosphere, or shoot a game of pool on our newly recovered pool table.

Ale House Bar & Grill is open daily for Lunch, Dinner & Late Night 11am-11pm, take out is available on all our menu items & bottled beer. Ale House Bar & Grill is the perfect place for your next business meeting, family outing, or to meet old & new friends, our staff looks forward to meeting you.

Ale House Bar & Grill
147 E Independence St, Shamokin, PA 17872
(570) 509-2408

International Overdose Awareness Day

3PM – Tree planting and dedication
Join us on 8/31 at 3PM for a tree planting and dedication to remember those we have lost to substance use.
Use the link:

4-6PM – Naloxone distribution at Claude Kehler Park made possible by a grant through Evangelical Community Hospital.

6-7:30PM – local people affected by substance use disorder will share their personal experiences as well as local resource information. Mr. Schneider and Miss America will end the evening with a keynote presentation.

Join us at 6PM with the link below:

The star of the Netflix Docuseries “The Pharmacist” will be the featured speaker at an event hosted through a partnership with several local non-profits and agencies on International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31st.  Dan Schneider, The Pharmacist, will be the featured evening speaker at an event hosted in keeping with social distancing guidelines at Claude Kehler Park in Shamokin. Joined by Dan will by Miss America, Camille Schrier. Miss America is a Doctor of Pharmacy student and an advocate for prescription safety, and she is a certified Naloxone trainer. She will be discussing her initiative, Mind Your Meds: Drug Safety and Abuse Prevention from Pediatrics to Geriatrics.

The event will also be available through Facebook Livestream and is intended to feature the upcoming Riding Over Addiction event, an East Coast bike ride being undertaken by Bryon Carey, co-founder of DJ Choices. DJ Choices is a non-profit organization that uses engaging and high tech engagement as a means of sharing stories and educating teens about substance use disorder. Oasis Community Recovery Club will also share in the day’s festivities with sharing an update about their organization, located in Shamokin.
Individuals will also have the opportunity to donate during the event, either in person or online. Funding will support DJ Choices and Oasis.

COVID-19 Relief Funds

The application window is open for Northumberland County businesses, organizations, and municipalities to apply to receive part of an $8.2 million grant the county received to assist them with COVID-19 expenses.

The deadline to apply to the county is Aug. 24. The funds do not have to be repaid.

The COVID-19 County Relief Block Grant (CRBG) funds must be for the prevention, preparedness, and response to the COVID-19 crisis. Funds must be used to assist municipalities, small business grants, and nonprofits to pay for any COVID-related cost they have incurred. The grant is from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities Act (CARES Act), through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.

SEDA-Council of Governments (SEDA-COG) is assisting the county by providing professional expertise and grant administrative services, as well as activity development and management to ensure accuracy and adherence with federal and state regulations.

To submit information by Aug. 24, visit and complete the CARES Act Needs Assessment form. Send the completed form to Justin Skavery, county planning coordinator, at or 399 Stadium Drive, Sunbury, PA 17801.

For more information, contact Skavery at the above email address or 570-988-4220 or Geralee Zeigler of SEDA-COG at or 570-524-4491 ext. 7218.


Plan GO Shamokin!!

SABER Meeting

SABER Meeting

Community Rebuilding WorkshopThe Go Shamokin! project which is a 5 year implementation plan for economic revitalization is being led by the firm Stromberg/Garrigan & Associates, who was retained by the Revitalization Partnership of City of Shamokin, SABER and SEDA-COG to facilitate the planning process, including public engagement and plan preparation. In addition, the U.S. EPA Office of Environmental Justice is undertaking a coordinated effort focused on Rebuilding Our Community. The two efforts held a combined community workshop focused on identifying strengths and opportunities of the City through the use of visioning work sessions and activities the second week of February. 153 people attended the week-of-workshops, and the following 6 goals were identified – please click on the links for the most updated information as to what has happened since the public workshop: 

  • Goal 1: Attract and support the development of new businesses and support job creation activities/programs
  • Goal 2: Bring citizens together to work towards a common goal of increasing pride and ownership in our community
  • Goal 3: Foster and nurture productive partnerships
  • Goal 4: Redevelop/demolish/rehabilitate/cleanup blighted commercial and residential properties throughout the city
  • Goal 5: Enhance positive relationship building, inclusive communities, fostering human dignity and respect
  • Goal 6: Making Shamokin healthy, green, and clean now and tomorrow 


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Anthracite Heritage Festival of the Arts

Anthracite Heritage Festival

Anthracite Heritage Festival

The Anthracite Heritage Festival of the Arts was established by the Northumberland County Council for the  Arts & Humanities in 2005. The festival was created to enhance the quality of life, economic development and tourism in and around the coal region area through the promotion of the Arts while reconnecting with our heritage.