Visit local museums in September and win!

 

Every September since the dedication of the Sugar Valley Historical Society Museum in 2012, the Sugar Valley Historical Society has celebrated National Museum Day by hosting an Open House/Chicken BBQ. 

 

This year, The Clinton County Commissioners have proclaimed the month of September 2019 as Clinton County Museum Month. 

 

The Sugar Valley Historical Society has joined together with 5 other museums in Clinton County to offer citizens a special "passport" and participate in a fun and educational project during the month of September and will have a chance to win special prizes! 

 

For more information, visit "Events" and then click on "Passport" on this website.

 

 

 1756 Bull Run Road

P.O. Box 62
Loganton, PA 17747

Hours:  By Appointment (Contact an Officer) 

Mission Statement:

"The mission of the Sugar Valley Historical Society is to increase the knowledge and understanding of our areas history and culture. The society will collect and preserve buildings, artifacts, and research materials illustrative of the life in the Sugar Valley area and of the people and their culture. The Sugar Valley Historical Society will offer exhibits and programs for the education and enjoyment of the general public."

Officers 2018 ~ 2019

Front Row, Left to Right:  Helen Imes, Treasurer; Yvonne Weaver, Trustee; Jane Rossman, Secretary

Back Row, Left to Right:  John Carey, Trustee; Charles Sweeny, Trustee;

Anthony Rishel, Vice-President; and Grady Leiter, President

Dedicated to the preservation of historical significance of Sugar Valley and the central Pennsylvania area.