The Kutztown Area Historical Society is a group of members and volunteers who are dedicated to preserving the artifacts and cultural history of Kutztown. We are grouped into several committees, each lead by a board member, and each focusing on a different aspect of the preservation. Through the generous donations of numerous individuals and business over the years, we have been able to create a museum to showcase some of the artifacts of our past. In addition to tours of the building, we also offer educational and entertaining events throughout the year for visitors to learn more about the area and the Society. We invite you to explore our site to reveal all that we offer and read about the many benefits to a lifetime Historical Society membership.
Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Bicentennial Park Ribbon Cutting on July 31st, marking the end of Phase I of the project. Thanks in part to the string of beautiful weather we have had throughout the Bicentennial, the ribbon cutting was another successful event. During Phase II of the project, you will have the opportunity to etch yourself, others or your organization in stone and become a part of Kutztown history by purchasing an engraved brick that will be part of the walkway going through Bicentennial Park. An example of the engraved brick can be seen to the right and the order form containing additional information can be downloaded below.