It was a great sunny day for our 4th Annual Bicycle Event – a leisure ride along the picturesque Redbank Creek with games and prizes!
Brookville 4th graders visited the park learning about the rocks and Douglas Stahlman, forestry, archaeology, plants and pollinators, and history through songs.
An interpretive guided walking tour through Scripture Rocks and learn the story of Douglas Stahlman, a troubled man with a powerful message.
JCHC announces a newly acquired two-story facility that will be renovated and used to properly hold and preserve our collectibles, archives, and county records.
State Capital Senate Citation, PA House of Representatives Citation and Congressional Citation Honoring Kenneth Burkett for his Archaeology Accomplishments
Vendors and Exhibitors displaying military collectibles for show, sale, and trade from the Civil War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam, and Gulf Wars to the present.
Ken Burkett receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Society for PA Archeology (SPA)
JCHC staff and volunteers will be presenting the new Native Plant-Pollinator Pond Habitat and ADA Accessible Education Area at PA Museums’ Statewide Conference
JCHC Director, Ken Burkett, is being honored with the 2022 Crabtree Award by the Society of American Archaeology for his outstanding service to PA Archaeology.
REDD UP THE ROCKS! Jefferson County History Center is holding a Clean-Up Day at the Scripture Rocks Heritage Park.
The Jefferson County History Center will receive the PA Museums’ Special Institutional Achievement Award for the Stones N’ Bones 3-Gallery Exhibit at the upcoming PA Museum’s Annual Conference at Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh. PA Museums is a statewide trade association of museum professionals of both large and small museums. Institutional Awards recognize outstanding projects READ MORE
Operating on the last Saturday of every month (February-October) 12:00 – 3:00 PM An intriguing story about creative genius, Charles Bowdish, and his miniature model railroad display is one of the most popular exhibits at the history center. The railroad display is viewable year-round, operating on the last Saturday of every month (February-October) or during READ MORE
BROOKVILLE – On July 15, 2017, a piece of local history made its way back to Brookville, PA in the form of a large, horse-drawn wagon which was donated to the Jefferson County History Center by Matt and Mary Puskarich of Cadiz, Ohio. They wanted the wagon to be returned to its hometown and be READ MORE