This post is by Andrew Lang, JAHA curator — part of a series to bring JAHA themes to you at home, while our museums are closed.
“We are living through unprecedented times.” That is a phrase that can get thrown around …Read More
Like so many businesses and public sites, we are currently closed to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. But even though our doors are closed, we still have plenty to share with you.
There are many materials online through our …Read More
In cooperation with state and national public health authorities, our museums (Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum and Johnstown Flood Museum) are currently close. JAHA events scheduled for the near future will also be canceled, or rescheduled where possible.
In the meantime, …Read More
When a group of partners built the Germania Brewery in 1907, they wanted a tall building. Land was expensive in Cambria City and a 5-story building allowed them to use gravity in their brewing process. When JAHA purchased the building …Read More
You asked and we heard you! JAHA is happy to announce three new annual membership levels to accommodate students, large families, and extended families. As of January 1, 2020, JAHA is offering:
It’s December, and time for our annual membership sale! When you buy a new or renewing membership to JAHA this month, you get 20% off — what’s more, we are delighted to announce that JAHA is now part of the …Read More
The Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) has begun its 2020 Annual Fund to support its operations and programs in the coming year. Individuals and corporations are asked to support the Annual Fund to sustain the work that JAHA does to …Read More
The Johnstown Area Heritage Association is pleased to offer a full slate of events for all ages this Halloween season! Don’t miss:
October 25, 6:00-9:00 pm: Halloween at the Johnstown Children’s Museum: It’s a safe trick-or-treat event, with fun all over …Read More
The Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) today announced a free concert by the Eric Tessmer Band to end the season at Peoples Natural Gas Park, to take place inside the Community Foundation Oilhouse.
“Eric is a huge favorite in Johnstown since …Read More
To commemorate Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) is releasing a series of oral history interviews on Johnstown’s Jewish community. These interviews, conducted this last May in partnership with the Cambria County Library and the …Read More