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JAHA is delighted to announce the Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Concert Series at Peoples Natural Gas Park! These shows are free and open to the public. Our first show is set for Saturday, June 17 and will feature Johnstown …

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Under the direction of Paul Rosenblatt, Principal architect of Springboard Design, Leah Wulfman has begun working with JAHA Curator Kaytlin Sumner to continue planning the new exhibition for the Johnstown Flood Museum. Springboard Design, a Pittsburgh-area architecture and exhibition …

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The Johnstown Area Heritage Association has gotten a significant boost to our $2.5 million campaign, “For The Future: A Campaign for the Johnstown Flood Museum,” with the endorsement of David McCullough, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author!

McCullough, who first rose to prominence …

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February 1, 2017 2:50 pm

JAHA releases calendar of special offers

The Johnstown Area Heritage Association is offering a year full of special offers! Download your calendar today.

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December 9, 2016 12:19 pm

Online giving is now possible!

Online giving is now available on our website for our Annual Fund, the Campaign for the Johnstown Flood Museum, and the Stone Bridge Project Maintenance Fund! This is made possible through a partnership with the Community Foundation …

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The gift shop at the Heritage Discovery Center offers a variety of unique gifts for the holidays — stop in anytime the museum is open! In addition to an assortment of Johnstown-imprinted items, we are proud to offer:

Handmade gifts from Slovakia, from the …

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November 4, 2016 2:17 pm

Tribune-Democrat covers Annual Fund

We appreciated the coverage of our Annual Fund in today’s The Tribune-Democrat! The article also has a nice plug for this new website. We thank everyone who has donated so far — if you haven’t yet, visit our …

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October 17, 2016 6:39 pm

Welcome to JAHA’s new website!

We are delighted to unveil JAHA’s new website! It’s responsive (meaning that it looks and works great on mobile phones and tablets), which is increasingly important today — and we think it does a really good job of organizing a lot …

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