The borough of North Apollo–founded in 1930–is home to many of our childhood memories, from Lackey’s Dairy Queen and Griftlo Park to Pegtown and the Valarena Roller Rink. This year, we’re delighted to be featuring North Apollo artifacts, maps, and memorabilia in our Apollo Museum. The display pictured here includes objects on loan from the North Apollo Volunteer Fire Department. Other displays feature the DQ, Griftlo Park, and more.
Got any North Apollo memories? Share them here by leaving a comment. And come visit our museum from 11am to 2pm Wednesdays & Saturdays. We’re located at 317 N 2nd Street, Apollo, PA.
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photos of north Apollo fairgrounds I lived on cochren ave the posts for the blechers were still standing in my back yard used to watch softball games in the field in the fair grounds best times was lighting the grass on fire every summer I was only 8 years old I am 68 years old now and live in palm beach fl email firstname.lastname@example.org thanks for all the memories north Apollo mike dawkins
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