The Historical Society’s biggest asset is the members. The contributions from our members allow the Society to further its mission in preserving the unique past of Hummelstown and education of the community. We want to make it as easy as
The Hummelstown Area Historical Society will feature Rev. Curt Weber to answer the headline question, as he makes a presentation on the life of Chamberlain on Monday evening, November 18, 2019 in the History House at 32 West Main Street
Hummelstown Area Historical Society program on October 21st will be on 19th Century Spiritualists Conjuring Cash from the Faithful
On Sunday, October 20th from 1-3 we will be hosting LPDStudios for a Leather Stamped Bracelet workshop and from 3-5 a Calla Lily Earrings workshop.
The Hummelstown Historical Society will hold their September meeting on Monday, September 16 in the History House at 32 W. Main St., at 7 PMOur first fall meeting will feature Walt and Margie Cook, presenting a talk entitled “Five First
All Lit Up is the Society’s 2019 Summer Show. The Show is a nostalgic look at lamps used as lighting in Hummelstown area households. There are 20 plus exhibits, each of which demonstrates a category of lamps such children’s lamps,
The Hummelstown Area Historical Society is staging The Art of Giving as its 2019 Winter Show. The Show features 14 exhibits, each of which demonstrate some expression of arts or crafts which were given as gifts, rather than sold to family, friends,
The Hummelstown Arts Festival Committee, Lower Dauphin School District, and the Hummelstown Area Historical Society are partnering with events in May, 2018 as a Celebration of Art in Hummelstown. The Hummelstown Area Historical Society is staging a Retrospective Show featuring