What's New at the Taber Museum?
The Taber Museum held its annual Summer History Day Camp in July 2022.
‘Mark Twain’, as portrayed by Robb Warren, appeared at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society on Sunday, July 17, 2022.
The July 1, 2022 edition of Antiques & Auction News featured an article about the recent extended loan of a Severin Roesen still-life painting from area resident Bobby Maguire to the Taber Museum.
The Genetti Hotel celebrated the 100th birthday of its opening, with the proceeds benefitting the LCHS.
Meg Geffken, portraying actress Marilyn Monroe, spoke at the Taber on Sunday, June 19, 2022.
Peter Pearson, a nationally recognized authority on Byzantine iconography, spoke at the Taber Museum's June 2022 Coffee Hour.
The Annual YesterShoppe! yard sale, on June 11-12, 2022, brought in hundreds of bargain seekers, and much needed revenue for the Museum.
On June 6, 2022, WBRE commemorated D-Day by visiting the Taber Museum exhibit on Lycoming County residents' participation in the war effort.
Elaine Decker spoke to a large crowd on Sunday, May 15, 2022 at 2:00 pm. about what it was like to walk through Williamsport at the turn on the Twentieth Century.”
The Taber Museum welcomed Susan Carpenter Noble at its Coffee Hour on Thursday, May 12, to discuss her latest book, Dear Toots: Half a War-torn World Apart 1941-’45.
President's Award for Volunteer of the Year was presented to Charles "Chuck" Luppert at the 2022 LCHS Annual Meeting.
The winner of The Richard L. and Miriam L (Swan) Mix Student Historian Award is Lea Worthington, a senior at Montoursville High School for her essay on the life of Italian immigrants.
Elections, financial and budget reports and updates on the Museum's activities were addressed at the Lycoming County Historical Society's annual meeting on April 24, 2022.
The Taber Museum hosted Celtic Wood and Wires.at its Coffee Hour on Thursday, April 14.
Dr. John Piper gave a local history primer to members of the 2022 Leadership Lycoming class.
The Taber Museum hosted Meg Geffken portraying British author and illustrator Beatrix Potter on Thursday, March 31, 2022.
Raise the Region campaign brings $6,325.00 in donations to the Taber Museum.
P. J. Piccirillo’s book, The Indigo Scarf, was the topic of discussion at the March Coffee Hour.
Membership has its benefits! Patron, Lifetime and Business members now have access to the Time Travelers Network of museums. This offers a second level member access to museums throughout the U.S.
Questions about the presidents, geography, boxing and basketball highlighted the President's Day weekend Quizzo event at the Taber. The night ended with prizes, for several lucky players.