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Join members of the Quilts of Valor Foundation in making quilts for veterans. Our mission is “to cover service members and veterans touched by war with comforting and healing Quilts of Valor.” In order to accomplish this mission, we gather
The Sun by Bill Jackson – October 18 Join us for an evening of history with the historian Bill Jackson about the history of The Sun newspaper.
HAHS’s Future by Chad Lister September 20 Preserving the history of Hummelstown is only part of the Historical Society’s mission. The other part ensures that future generations have access to the same rich history as our current generations.
On March 12, the Girl Scouts will be celebrating its 109th birthday. To celebrate their birthday the Girl Scouts of Hummelstown will have a Girl Scout Uniforms display in the Parish House for the month of March. As you make
UPDATE: MEETING CANCELED The Hummelstown Historical Society will hold a meeting on Monday, March 16 at 7 PM in the Parish House chapel on the second floor.The speaker for the evening is Robert Marut portraying a Civil War Surgeon, discussing
The Hummelstown Area Historical Society has started a capital campaign called “Hummelstown Preservation Fund.” A large amount of money is required to preserve the Parish House and its history. This includes the restoration of damage on the first floor as
The Square in Hummelstown is one of the most recognizable locations in Central Pennsylvania. Originally designed by the town founder, Frederick Hummel, its shape and purpose remain unchanged to this day. The Hummelstown Area Historical Society pays tribute to this iconic crossroad
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