Museum is Open for the Season
Reopening with 3 new exhibits Saturday, May 7, 2016
The museum is open every Saturday
May through October from 1-4 PM.
Geneology appointments by appointment, contact:
Kay Gray, Collections Chairman (814)349-5740
Harry Ward, (814)349-5575
Maryann Yoder (814)349-5079


In Memory:

We are deeply saddened in hearing that June Goyne Corotto passed away on April 4th, 2016. She will be greatly missed. June was a principal donor and generous supporter of the museum for many years, and built a legacy for her Penns Valley ancestors, the Mussers and Gramleys.

She donated many documents and artifacts from her grandparent's home in the valley, which are stored and preserved at the museum for future generations to research and to enhance our exhibits. June was a talented artist who painted beautiful scenes of Penns Valley from her memory of time spent with her grandparents.

Prints of those scenes, which she donated, are available for sale in the museum gift shop.

Visit our 2016 Exhibits!

Click here for a preview of this season's exhibits.

The museum is located at the Rudy-Corman
Building, 244 West Aaron Square in
Aaronsburg, PA, along State Route 45.

Fall History Dinner
The Fall History Dinner is Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 6:30PM at New Hope Luthern Church, Spring Mills, PA. Featuring Penns Cave. Tickets $15 available at the Grange Fair, Dutch Fall festival or leave message at 814-349-5079.

And the winners are:
The lucky winners of the museum raffle at the Dutch Fall Festival on October 2, 2016.

First prize $100 Jeff Frazier
Second prize $100 Leona Haugh
Third prize $100 Barb Bundy
Fourth prize $50 Janet Waltz
Fifth prize $50 Agnes Homan

New items for sale:

Book: The Wizard of Centre Hall- The life and times of Vernon H Garbrick by Ralph Gray. Price $10.00

New plaque: Penns Cave