Welcome to a treasure trove of wonders! 

Night at the Museum! 
A Great Family Night Out!
Saturday evening, October 13, 2018
Military theme

Turn of the 20th century model Climax Railroad!
Step back into the late 1800's and early 1900's as you take in the large-scale model steam railroad layout at the museum. The locomotive was invented in Spartansburg and produced in Corry. The models are about 5 inches high and will travel around a 12 x 16 foot layout.

Mon. Aug 27th - Ron and Connie Sitterley would like you to come and check this out during our next Historical Speaker Series - Open at 6:00 p.m., before presentation by 
Jim McQuiston - Patrick Run/Spartansburg at 7:00 p.m.
Train display sample

 "Erie Gives 2018" campaign!  

We are proud and grateful to be part of this generous initiative.Thank you for your support!


  • Sunday afternoons - 2:00pm - 4:00pm Come see us!

  • Monday afternoons - you can call the museum and if a volunteer is there, they will open for you.

  • Any Thursday 10am- 2pm  - a great group of volunteers are working... you may even find it hard to find a place to park.

  • Any other day or time, contact us! We are willing and able to meet and greet you.

If you would like to setup an appointment for a different day or time, please call the museum at 814-664-4749, Loretta Beckerink at 814-664-2135, or Ann Clark at 814-664-8740.


Historical Speaker Series - 945 Mead Ave. Corry PA, 7:00pm
Mon. Aug 27th - Jim McQuiston - Patrick Run/Spartansburg 
Mon. Sept 24th - John Wood with more on Clough Farm
Mon. Oct 22nd - Connie Burkhart-Grandmother was a Golden Star Mother. 

Kiwanis Club of Corry Fundraiser for Museum & Mead Park

Thank you for supporting this year's Kiwanis Club of Corry's Duck Race  at Mead Park during Glenn Mead Day. 

We are continuing our 2018 membership drive, please consider joining as your support is important to us. A membership form needs to be filled out, signed, and sent in to us. Thank you for your contribution!  We are enjoying another successful year with many wonderful events. Please call and we will send out a form to you.

We recently received a wonderful award from Erie Arts & Culture. "Applause Award: Corry Area Historical Society is a group of dedicated volunteers who revitalized a local historical society. Today, the Society is a key asset to the economic impact of Greater Corry, an educational partner to the School District of Corry, and a treasure trove of catalogued photographs, journals, newspapers, documents and objects that tell the story of Corry and its relevance to current and future generations. The Applause Award recognizes a dedicated individual or group whose outstanding volunteerism and/or financial contributions have advanced arts and culture."  www.erieartsandculture.org

The Board of Directors, members, and volunteers from the greater community have embarked on a journey of updating, preserving, and protecting the mission of the organization.  This has encompassed necessary work on the building itself, updating displays, and creating policies and procedures for guidance and a framework to work within.

We would like to thank the community for their continued support!  We also thank the non-profits that have backed us and have been there when we needed them. Many volunteers and almost 3000 visitors a year give their time, talent, and donations to support the museum. Your generosity is much appreciated! 

If you would like to make a financial contribution toward the care of our local historical artifacts, archives, and museum, please use the button below or send a check to:

Corry Area Historical Society, Inc.
945 Mead Avenue
Corry, PA  16407

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Museum Newsletter - Volume 2 Issue 1 

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