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Conyngham, named after Captain Gustavas Conyngham—the first to carry the American Flag into the English Channel, was chartered in 1901. Conyngham is about one-half mile away from the location of the Sugarloaf Massacre, where Revolutionary War soldiers were attacked—15 died, three were taken prisoners, and many were wounded. A monument is located on Walnut Ave. commemorating the massacre.
Conyngham is filled with history, including Brass Buckle Restaurant which is located in the old Conyngham Hotel, built in 1805. Whispering Willows park features a community pool and there are plenty of local farmers markets in the area.
Traditionally, the town hosts Valley Day when, during the first week of August, the Conyngham Valley Civic Organization hosts a party and BBQ. Conyngham Brewing Company offers hand-crafter beers with local dining delivery options as well as the option to bring your own food to enjoy with drinks.
Work opportunities are plentiful in the area with many national corporations located in our two industrial parks: Valmont and Humboldt. Companies like American Eagle, Cargil, Amazon, Michaels, First Quality-Non Wovens and Office Max and Gonnella Frozen Products.