The Johnstown Area Heritage Association has realized a long-term goal with the implementation of Bandwango, an online platform that allows visitors to buy and redeem discounted attraction tickets on their mobile phones.
“Johnstown is unusual in that our heritage tourism attractions …Read More
Two great ways to save in July — get a new or renewing membership, and get your music fest passes! Here are details on these great deals:
1) We have a 20% off membership sale! To get yours, mail in a …Read More
Today the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) and The Learning Lamp announced a new temporary exhibition, Earthwalk Explorer, is opening on the second floor of the Frank & Sylvia Pasquerilla Heritage Discovery Center on June 18. The exhibition is a …Read More
We are excited to report that the elevator at the Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum has been repaired, after a prolonged period out of service. The timing is terrific, as the summer visiting season is just beginning. An expensive custom …Read More
JAHA is delighted to announce a 2-show free concert series at Peoples Natural Gas Park, made possible by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Friday, July 9: The National Reserve with special guest Van WaylonRead More
In a May 19 press conference, the AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival announced its Friday and Saturday headliners: Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers (pictured), and Uprooted featuring Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root. The festival, which normally takes place the first …Read More
We are delighted to report that the replacement of the Heritage Discovery Center’s broken elevator is now underway, and will be completed in time for the summer visiting season. Our warmest thanks to Lee Initiatives, GBU Life Members in Action, …Read More
We’re delighted to let you know that as of this week the Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum will resume Sunday opening hours of noon-5:00 pm! So beginning May 2, the HDC/JCM hours are as follows:
We are excited to announce spring walking tours exploring the history of the 1889 flood! After a year of cancellations and a few virtual events, it’s nice to see in-person events start to come back to our calendar.
There will be …Read More