First Wednesday of the Month,
October to June
(no meeting in January or from July to September)
A $5.00 donation is being asked of all non-members
|Boyertown Area Historical Society
43 S. Chestnut Street, Boyertown, PA 19512
610.367.5255 General email:Boyertownhistory@windstream.net
Museum and Library: Boyertownhistory.firstname.lastname@example.org Office Manager: Boyertownhistory.email@example.com
Web Site: Boyertownhistory.org Follow the Society on Facebook
Hours: Wednesday 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM and Tuesday 5:00-9:00 PM Closed Holidays
Please contact the Museum and Library Director or Office Manager
for Information on Group Tours and Educational Programs.
Use this link to access the Historical Society By-Laws
Boyertown's Centennial Celebration
6:00 PM-8:00 PM Tuesday
10:00 AM-3:00 PM Wednesday
|PRESERVING THE PAST FOR THE
Help us save History!
|2017 Memberships are due!
Please use this Link for information
and an application.
|Wonder What was in
View items found in the
at the Boyertown Area
Use the craft show link for general
information on the
Belsnickel Craft Show.
|Events and Activities:
March 1, 2017 - “Jenny”,
a play by the Friends of Hopewell Furnace based
on the life of Jenny Franklin a sister of Ben Franklin.
April 5, 2017- a portrayal of the Revolutionary War Hessian soldiers
by Micheal Jesberger
May 3, 2017- a travelling antique show
featuring vintage and antique laundry implements
June 7, 2017 – Just Passing Through, a history of people travelling
through Berks county during the 1800s
October 4, 2017 – “The Pearl of Richmond School”, a talk by Dori Hoch
about attending school in a one room schoolhouse,
based on her book by the same title
November 1, 2017 – Paul Druzba presenting a talk on the history of
Carsonia Park, books will be available for purchase.
December 6, 2017 - a Christmas show and tell,
people are invited to bring in a favorite gift for display
( to be set up a few days ahead) and
attendees will be asked to match the gifts to their owners.
Each person will be asked to make a few brief comments about their gift.
|The Boyertown Area Historical Society's
Renowned New Year's Eve Celebration
The Annual Bear Drop
was enjoyed by more than
one hundred and twenty people.
It was an event with games, food,
and fun for the entire family.
The event is a tradition that was
given extensive media coverage.