What's New at the Taber Museum?
Our Garden Party at the Historic Culler Mansion, hosted by Neal Milligan, was a successful event, raising funds for Museum operations.
Benjamin Franklin, the well-known politician, statesman, publisher and inventor appeared at the Taber Museum on Saturday, August 24, 2019, wowing the audience with fantastic experiments.
The Taber Museum hosted a Society Program on Sunday, August 18, 2019 featuring Rich Nornhold discussing the artistry of fraktur in the Susquehanna Valley.
The latest and greatest brews were featured as the Taber Museum hosted ‘Bottles & Brews VII’ on Friday, August 9, 2019.
Kid's First Friday brings together all sorts of groups and activities, including the Taber Museum with fun old toys.
Campers at the 2019 Taber Museum Summer Camp experienced World Wars with reenactors, crafts and activities.
Television station WBRE interviewed Taber Museum Director Gary Parks as a part of a show featuring the things to do in Williamsport during the Little League World Series in 2019.
The museum has recently acquired a painting entitled Vespers by the Williamsport artist Dewing Woodward.
Historical artifact puzzles Lycoming County Fair goers.
The Taber Museum has two intern-volunteers for the summer of 2019, assisting with museum projects.
Taber Museum Releases its 2019 Collectors’ Baseball Pin - Nellie Tallman
Historical Society Commemorates 200th Anniversary of the Death of Michael Ross, Founder of Williamsport
In a series of events on June 20, 2019, the Lycoming County Historical Society commemorated the 200th anniversary of the death of Michael Ross, founder of Williamsport.
The Taber Museum hosted Rich Nornhold, who talked about the development of the Pennsylvania Long Rifle as produced in the Susquehanna Valley.
LCHS Executive Director Gary Parks presented a lecture on needlework samplers on June 13, 2019.
Taber Museum finds support through giant yard sale.
Deb Parsons presented a lecture on the history of glass and a demonstration with hot glass.
Quizzo was back at the Taber Museum in May 2019.
Susan Baker recounted the history of the artist-cartoonist Rose O’Neill, who developed the well-loved character of the Kewpie.
The LCHS is pleased to welcome James Campbell to its Board of Governors.
The LCHS Annual meeting took place on the evening of May 5. The members selected officers, elected Board members, heard reports and recognized accomplishments.