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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 2017

Currently:  One Room Schoolhouse (Sponsored by Robert H. Ranck, Inc.)
Troop 48 BSA 100th Anniversary                   

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 ae 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 16 That Day in September
"First-hand Account of Events Sept. 11, 2001"                             
Artie Van Why

March 16          WWII Civil Defense on the American Homefront
presented by Mark Myer

April 20 "Lancaster County connection to the Pennsylvania/Kentucky long rifle"
 presented by David Geiger 

May 18  "New Holland Then and Now" Part 2
A Picture/PPT show of New Holland Old and New -  presented by Brian Frankhouser





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