Carriage House Gift Shoppe Now Open!
The Berwick Historical Society Library & Museum is now located across the street from the Jackson Mansion.
Open: Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday
Hours: 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Linda has been a volunteer at The Berwick Historical Society for the past 26 plus years. In addition to being a president and secretary, Linda is currently the curator of the McBride House and in charge of geneology. Linda has lived in Berwick all her life and is very knowledgeable about the town and of course loves to research all inquires. Linda is also often found playing the piano in the Formal Parlor at the Jackson Mansion. Stop in the new society headquaters and visit with Linda.
Our Volunteers Are Not Paid
Because They Are
We always have a need for volunteers. Desk attendents needed in the museum, tour guides for the Jackson Mansion, and gift shop attendants.
MEMBERSHIP NEW BENEFIT
50% OFF TOUR TICKETS
Candlelight Christmas Tours
(Not to include special fund raising events.)
Members can not purchase tickets for non-members!
PLEASE JOIN TODAY!
Your support will allow us to continue providing dynamic and meaningful experiences today and for generations to come and you don't need to volunteer for anything.
Annual Membership Fee $ 20.00
Life Membership Fee $250.00
Thank You! Crystal Canouse Membership Chairperson
or if you prefer to mail in your payment and application:
Click here to download the Berwick Historical Society Membership Application
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Find our how you can become a sponsor and help us
continue the restoration of the beautiful Jackson Mansion
To Make an On-Line Donation to The Berwick Historical Society
In Memory of Gordon Neely
Gordon's work was really just starting at The Society. With your help we plan on continuing many if not all of Gordon's work. Hundreds of dollars have already been received in Gordon's name. Just as Gordon was very special, we plan on doing something special in Gordon's name with your donations. Thank you.
|GERALD KERSHNER MEMORIAL FUND|
Gerald Kershner was a graduate of Berwick High School and had a great love for history. He particularly loved the Jackson Mansion as he was the great grandson of Colonel Jackson's coachman Jacob Knecht. His dream was to see the Jackson Mansion restored back to its glory days. Once The Berwick Historical Society got the chance to restore the Mansion, Jerry jumped in with both feet. Jerry made many financial donations and helped oversee much of the restoration using his vast knowledge of the Jackson family. We always enjoyed listening to Jerry tell stories about the Jacksons. He was loved by many and will be missed by all of us.
Jerry left both of his homes to The Berwick Historical Society. The society needs money to paint the homes and to restore the one home back into the parlor maid's home with both homes open to the public for tours.
The Berwick Historical Society wants to continue Jerry's legacy at his family homes. The society has started the Gerald Kershner Memorial Fund. This fund will be used to continue the restoration of his homes that Jerry helped start.
Donations can be made using your credit card click here or send a check in memory of Gerald Kershner to: The Berwick Historical Society, P.O. Box 301, Berwick, PA 18603.