Our Membership meetings are held the third Wednesday of each
month at 7:00 PM (except January, July and August) at
St. John’s Lutheran Church, 5th and Chestnut Street, Emmaus.
FUTURE PROGRAMS and EVENTS
September 17, 2014
“1959 Centennial” – Hear about and see memorabilia on the Queen’s Ball, kickoff dinner, exhibits and time capsule events. Some brief portions of the “Connie” Weidner audio tape recordings preserved 50 years in the capsule of the voices of Mr. Weidner, Horace Schantz, Judge Gardner, Howard Deischer, etc. at the events will be heard. The involvement of the Rogers Company of Fostoria Ohio in the Emmaus Centennial celebration will also be explained in some detail.
October 15, 2014
November 19, 2014
“John and Marlene Herbein Antique Tools and Collectibles” – John and Marlene present history of antique tools used in our area with a display of their collectibles.
December 17, 2014
“Christmas Party” – Our annual covered dish Christmas party. Watch for details in our Christmas newsletter.
Held at Emmaus Historical Society, 563 Chestnut Street
December 6, 2014
“Old Fashioned Christmas Open House” – The museum will be ready for the Christmas and Winter season with hours from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Emmaus Historical Society Celebrated 20 Years
With a Limited Edition Dated Pewter Ornament
Only $15.90 (including tax)
Complete with a box and cord for hanging, orders to purchase are being taken
while supplies last. Several ways to purchase: Visit the museum Saturdays, Noon to 4:00, or click here to download a PDF order form. Complete the order form and mail with a check for $18.00 which includes postage and we will mail it to you.
Other Items Available for Sale at the Society
Official ‘Emmaus Historical Society’ T-
Our 2013 -
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Corresponding Secretary -
Emmaus Historical Society
Special Web Display inspired by Richard Strouse who was a dedicated member of the Society for many Years.
Richard worked for years at EFM and inspired North East PA Crossroads to include photos of all of EFM’s Trivets. We dedicate the display in memory of Richard ‘Dick’ Strouse.
Click on the Trivet to go to the NEPA Crossroads web page.