Do you know about our Research Room at the Forest County History Center? Use the “Contact Us” form on our website to schedule a time to dig through the archives to learn more about the people, places, and historical happenings of days gone by in Forest County.
Forest County Historical Society will be celebrating Veterans Day with free admission to the museum for all veterans. The museum will be open from 1:00 – 4:00 and we will have singing at 2:00. We encourage all to join us as we commemorate our veterans. There will be cookies and drinks.
The Forest County Historical Society will be celebrating Halloween on Saturday, October 31 from 5:30 to 7:30pm. There will be candy for the kids and a chance to see the inside of the History Museum. People passing out candy will be wearing gloves and we would ask that adults wear masks as they accompany their […]
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We will hold our annual Fall Banquet on October 22nd at St. Anthony’s Social Hall on Bridge Street in Tionesta.The menu will be stuffed pork chops, mashed potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, rolls, coffee, tea or punch, and homemade pie. Reservations are due by October 12th.Social Distancing will be observed and wearing masks will be […]
The History Center would like to send out a special thank you to Nancy Sweda for her excellent presentation on the porch of the Forest County Arts Council. She talked about the many projects our local Arts Council has undertaken and she had samples of some work as well as photos of events. Next week, August 18 […]
Special thanks to Brian Hale for the very informative and well presented talk and virtual walk through of Tionesta and the History of the buildings there. He is a wealth of knowledge. Next week, August 11th, we will have Nancy Sweda from the Forest County Arts Council to talk about the Arts council and some […]
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