The Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) has received a $30,000 grant from National Geographic to facilitate a project that will allow area high school students the opportunity to author and illustrate a children’s book. Currently, JAHA is seeking educators from …Read More
In a time when our country seems so divided, our history and heritage can unite us. The story of Johnstown – our resilience, our community, and everything we share – is more important and relevant than ever.
JAHA continues our commitment …Read More
JAHA’s museums are currently closed due to the coronavirus, but we’re pleased to make these items available for sale for holiday giving!Read More
On Dec. 10, 2020, Gov. Tom Wolf issued temporary mitigation measures designed to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. In cooperation with this order, JAHA’s museums will be closed Sat., Dec. 12 through Jan. 4, 2021. We will keep …Read More
It’s December, and time for our annual membership sale! When you buy a new or renewing membership to JAHA, you get 20% off — and remember, when you buy a JAHA membership, you also get membership in theRead More
‘Tis the season for online shopping! When you designate JAHA as a charity to support while shopping on Amazon, .5% of the purchase price of many things you buy will be donated directly to JAHA through direct deposit. There …Read More
Registration opens at midnight on Black Friday for the 2021 Path of Flood Historic Races, presented by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) and the Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority (CCCRA). The races include a 14 miler, 8 miler, …Read More
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Angel Ashby is our new director of visitor services! She has been with us on a part-time basis as our tour and visitor services coordinator, stepping up to a full-time position recently after the retirement of Kim Baxter.
In her new …Read More