News from The Monongahela Area Historical Society

The Monongahela Area Historical Society has a very active and engaged membership.  They invite anyone interested in the history and architecture of the region to attend their meetings.  The events offered are open to the public as well.

Monongahela Area  Historical Society March Membership Meeting  7:00 PM Thursday, March 31, 2016, in the parlor room of the First Presbyterian Church, located at 609 Chess Street, Monongahela, PA 15063. Please enter through the Chess Street entrance.

President Susan Bowers will highlight upcoming events including the May 7 “3rd Annual Stroll Shop ‘N Sip,” 2nd Weekend of June, “2nd Annual History Through a Woman’s Eyes,” summer 2016 inaugural “Ye Olde Towne Auction” and October 7,8,14,15 updated “18th Annual Ghost Walks.” A historical program follows the brief business meeting.

Retired social studies teacher Scott Frederick will present, “The surprising , unique, and interesting history of the creation of the Ringgold School District.” Discussion with light refreshments follow speaker.

The meeting is free and open to the public. Note: Date changed from 3/24/2016.  



MAHS Museum Phone: 724.292.8247  MAHS Meetings are held September through May, on the fourth Thursday of the month.  

Monongahela Area Historical Society Museum, 230 West Main Street, Monongahela, PA 15063. Call for Winter Hours, typically open Saturday and  Wednesdays and other weekdays.

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