Celebrating our Community's Rich History | August 5, 2023

In Our Historic Town Square

This Year, our Lovely Borough of Confluence is turning 150.  Wow! This is a significant milestone for the community and we are excited to join in the celebration.

The Confluence 150 Committee is working hard to plan a memorable event for the summer of 2023. We encourage all members of the community to get involved and help us make this a truly special occasion. Whether you are interested in volunteering or simply attending, we welcome your support and participation.

We are currently seeking volunteers to help with various aspects of the celebration, including planning, organizing, and executing the event. If you have a passion for community service and want to contribute to this special occasion, we encourage you to get in touch with the Confluence 150 Committee and sign up to volunteer.

In addition to volunteers, we are also seeking sponsors to help fund the event. Sponsorship opportunities are available at a variety of levels and can be tailored to fit the needs and interests of your business or organization.

We hope to see you at the celebration on August 5, 2023 in the Confluence town Square ! Please stay tuned for updates and further details about this exciting event.



Our town was named for its location at the junction of the Casselman River and Laurel Hill Creek with the Youghiogheny River. Today, the name is more than a geographic moniker, reflecting the confluence of recreational venues and attractions that bring visitors to our friendly community from far and wide.

Passing through our town is the Great Allegheny Passage bike trail, part of a 335-mile continuous non-motorized corridor from near Pittsburgh to Washington, DC. For dozens of miles, it parallels the Youghiogheny River, noted for some of the best whitewater boating in the Eastern U.S. as well as spectacular scenery. And speaking of boating the 2,840-acre Youghiogheny River Lake just south of town is a power-boater's dream.