Albany Township Historical Society has a partnership with the Pennsylvania Humanities Council (PHC) to introduce interesting topics and programs to our members. Every year we invite a guest speaker from the PHC to one of our general membership meetings to discuss a topic of historical interest.

In the summer of 2010, the PHC taped a ‘Humanities on the Road’ program at a local barn in our township. This film has been shown on the PCN channel several times.

For more information on the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, visit their website at

Save-a-Tape Program

We are registered with the Save-A-Tape program with local grocery chain Redner’s Warehouse Markets. For every $500 in receipts collected, Redner’s will make a $50 donation towards the Historical Society. If you shop at Redner’s and have their discount card, request the desk manager to include Albany Township Historical Society in the Save-A-Tape program. Then, save your receipts and hand them in at our meetings, or mail them to our office at:

  • P.O. Box 95
    Kempton, PA 19529

You can also give your receipts to one of our board members. Dotty Brett is in charge of this program.