The Lower Makefield Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation and preservation of the beauty and historic significance of Lower Makefield Township and Bucks County.
LMHS promotes the research and publishing of findings regarding local history and culture.
Some artifacts and information are displayed in the LMT meeting room on Edgewood Road as well as at the LMT Community Center on Oxford Valley Road.
“Detectives” interested in the history and the heritage of our community are invited to join.
Members can learn about local history and are welcome to join the quest for information.
Guest speakers presenting a wide range of topics specifically designed to entertain and inform about topics of historical interest are open to members and to the public.
Upcoming Sunday afternoon programs open to the public are set for March 31st (female spies in World War II) and on April 28th (pre-Revolutionary settlers in Lower Makefield) at the David Library of the American Revolution on River Road in Washington Crossing (call 215-493-6776 x100 or e-mail your reservations to firstname.lastname@example.org).
A membership newsletter, a holiday brunch, and a spring annual meeting are included in the membership benefits package.
Visit www.lowermakefieldhistoricalsociety.com to learn more.
Look for Lower Makefield History on Facebook.
Send inquiries to LMHS, PO Box 228, Yardley, PA 19067.