Civic Club Harrisburg Manor Building Garden

The Civic Club of Harrisburg

Civility with Purpose

Serving our community since 1898

Our mission statement

To promote and engage in civic and social activities that preserve the heritage of the organization and it's building and encourage the cultural and historic interest in the community.


The Overlook Ballroom

Memories made here.

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Join the community!

Women leaders are invited to join to support our legacy of education, engagement and service of our community, and the preservation of our historic building. The opportunity to network and connect with women of all ages is priceless.

Volunteer service is open to both men and women for the non-profit arm of the club.


Monday, September 9th, 2019

This monthly luncheon is CANCELED.

Join us as we celebrate our new program on Monday, October 9, 2019

RSVP: 717-234-6736

Friendly Reminder: 11:30 am is the “meet and greet” with the luncheon following

Our Legacy & History

Traced to the early settlers of Harrisburg, The Civic Club of Harrisburg building belonged to William Reynolds Fleming in the early 20th century.  He called the home “Overlook” inasmuch as it sits high on the banks of the Susquehanna River—the only remaining residence on the west side of Front Street in Harrisburg.

See our full history

Civic Club of Harrisburg Legacy and History

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