Carlisle Fish & Game Association is located midway between Carlisle and Mechanicsburg on State Route 641. Its more than 100 acres is dedicated to outdoor recreational pursuits. Activities open to the public include trap, skeet, sporting clays, wobble trap and 5-stand. A 300-yard rifle range with covered firing line and 25-yard pistol range are reserved for members, as are the fishing lake, archery field course, and archery practice range. Hunter safety instruction, fly tying, rifle and shotgun classes and semi-annual outings are available for both members and the community at large.
1421 W. Trindle Road
Carlisle, PA 17013
A ministry encouraging everyone to study their Bibles for a ‘Thus Saith the Lord’. 1. We are not a church nor are we trying to replace the church. We encourage regular church attendance (based upon Hebrews 10:25). 2. We are not a following but we encourage people to properly follow every word of God (based upon Matthew 4:4). 3. We are an international, non-profit, personal ministry team.
The Housing Authority of the County of Cumberland assists low income individuals and families with rental assistance, senior housing, and public housing in the County of Cumberland. An application along with reference/criminal history checks are required for all applicants.
114 North Hanover Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
The mission of the Michael Lynn Shatto Foundation is to research, cultivate and build programs that assist and educate those who are burdened by mental health issues, chemical dependency or domestic violence – both physical and psychological. The institution supports individuals and organizations that embrace the foundation’s ideals and principals.
Mission is “To provide a Christian environment in which singles in the Carlisle and surrounding areas may find community, social, and spiritual encouragement.” We are open to all single adults, seperated, divorced, widowed, and single parents.
PK – 8th Grade, Value based education. Winners Quiz Bowl 2004, Geography Bee Finalist, Overall Track & Field Champs 2005, Top 15% in US for Standardized Testing, 40% of 4-8 grades eligible for John Hopkins Gifted & Talented Program
The Union Fire Company No.1 was organized to provide fire protection for the citizens of Carlisle in 1789, the same year George Washington became President of the United States. Today, more than 215 years later, the Union continues to provide service to the area. In honor of all the men and women who have faithfully served the company, a portion of our old fire station has been dedicated to preserving their history. The original Meeting Room and Engine Room have been maintained in near original condition and contain a large portion of our proud history.
The Engine Room houses a 1929 American LaFrance engine along with other equipment and artifacts from our past. The Meeting Room is filled with many items – some of which date back to our origin – which any firefighting buff will find extremely interesting. A few of those items are shown on our museum page.
Cumberland County Historical Society has created a new dynamic museum that will engage, inspire and educate visitors of all ages.
The newly redesigned facility is on the second floor, expanded to 6300 square feet, and encompasses 16 galleries including a new folk art gallery housing a nationally significant collection, a new Indian School gallery featuring the nation’s largest repository of Carlisle Indian School artifacts and archival materials, and much more. A second changing gallery will proved new incentives for repeated visitation.
Visitors will experience over 250 years of history. The museum will tell the stories of a changing world, evolving lives and the dreams that shaped local, state and national history. Regionally it will be a priminate art and history center.
Normal hours are Monday 7 – 9 p.m., Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
21 North Pitt Street
Carlisle, PA 17013