Current Events


All of our meetings and special events for the balance of 2020 have been canceled, including the Annual Dinner.  Please be sure to check the website frequently for updates as to what we’ll be able to do as the spring rolls around.   We’re continuing to work on our temporary exhibit space and look forward to its completion.

 

 

 

Tag sale

Mark your calendar now so you don’t miss our annual Indoor Yard Sale planned for February 18h, 19th, and 20th. Help us spread the word—tell your family, friends, and coworkers that we welcome donations of gently used items. 

  
   The committee is now accepting donations of used items including kitchenware, glassware, china,  pots and pans, books, collectibles, lamps, toys, craft and hobby items, seasonal and holiday decorations, videos, DVDs, CDs, and items of local interest. 
   Sorry, we cannot accept clothing, shoes, pillows, bedding, stuffed animals, college textbooks, computers, monitors, TVs, or encyclopedia sets.
   Donations are welcome any time and may be dropped off at the Hunter House any Monday, Wednesday, or Friday from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment only after January 6th.  Please call 570-286-4083 to make arrangements. 
     Thank you for supporting this important fundraiser!  The funds generated help to maintain and improve the services the Society provides for its members and the public.


 

Possible Upcoming Programs for 2021

(Lord willing and the creek don't rise)

 

March 18th - Cindy Inkrote

Grandma’s Herbal & Home Remedies

 

April 15th - Lawrence Knorr

 The Tulpehocken Trail, Conrad Weiser and Shikellamy 

 

May 8 – History Day

 

May 20 – Alan Gutchess

 The family of Shickelamy 

Sorting out the myths and misidentifications of his sons 

 

September 16 – Alex Skitolsky – Thomas Edison in Sunbury and Shamokin



October 21 – Jack Minnier – Lower Augusta Township Signature Quilt

 

October 23 – Lantern Tours?

 

November 18 – Jake Wynn – The Molly Maguires



Annual Dinner –Tuesday, December 7 (tentative)

 Packer House, Jill Sturgis Thomas