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OUR MUSEUM IS OPEN AND ALIVE WITH HISTORY

The Museum is on the 2nd floor of the Historic Kauffman building, 207 East Main Street,  New Holland Pa.  Hours are Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment. Parking is located in the rear along with a rear entrance and elevator access. The Museum is open to the public.  No admission charge however, DONATIONS ARE APPRECIATED.

SCHEDULE OF EXHIBITS FOR 2018

Currently:  One Room Schoolhouse (Sponsored by Robert H. Ranck, Inc.)
                   

BOOK ON LOCAL HISTORY NOW ON SALE!

Ed Nolt's New Holland  : "Everything Just Went Right"  by Allan W. Shirk

Read the story of a humble Mennonite man who invented the automatic tying baler, putting New Holland on the map. Hard Back: $40 Soft Cover: $20
Books can be purchased at the museum during regular hours, or by calling Don Horning at 717-538-3079.  

MONTHLY MEETINGS 

Monthly meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of the month, (February, March, April, May, September and October),  in The Chapel at Garden Spot Village beginning at 7 PM.  The Meetings are FREE to the public.

February 15 The Whiskey Boys and the Watermelon Army".  Tax protests on whiskey in the PA frontier in1791 led to  an uprising in 1794 which led to President Washington to lead an Army of 13,000 men to suppress. But it was more than a battle over taxes. 

by Robyn Lily Davis PH.D , History Dept., Millersville University

March 15  "Eyes aloft Lancaster County".  Local air raid post and civilian volunteers during WWII.

by Brett Snyder


April 19  "History of Shady Maple".  by Marvin Weaver, Founder of Shady Maple

May 17 TBA
 





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