Programs
Programs, when posted,  are typically held the last Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm in
the Carriage House at the Foundation Museum located at 27 Market Square,
Manheim, PA, unless otherwise noted.  Parking is available on Market Square at no
charge.  Facilities are handicapped accessible. All programs are open to the public
and are typically scheduled April through November each year.  Programs are subject
to change.
Past Programs

The Historic Schaeffer Farmhouse Archeology Project

Local Religious Sites Tour

Basics of the Early Iron Industry

Charming Forge Tour

Varieties in Quilt Making        

Lancaster County Heritage Division

Lancaster County Gunsmithing

Pottery Making in the 18th Century

Henry Stiegel, His Life, His Work, His Last Days

The Conestoga Wagon and Colonial America

Historical Methods of Basket Making

Local History of Boy Scouting

Musings on the French & Indian War

The Fascinating World of Postcard Collecting

The History of Root’s Nursery and the Art of Landscaping

Show and Tell

The Early American Blacksmith

Cabinetmakers and a Family Legacy

The History of the Nickel Mines in Southern Lancaster County

Speedwell Forge Mansion Tour
  

Tour of the Jacob Albright Memorial Church and the Conrad Weiser Homestead   

The Archaeological Project at Elizabeth Furnace   

Cornwall Furnace Tour   

Lancaster Bottles, The History & Collectibles   

Manheim's Fraternal Organizations   

Annual Country Fair at the Isaac Meier Homestead

Matthew Dodd, Songs & Stories of the American Revolution

Mount Gretna's History  

Canals and Canal Life in and around the Susquehanna River Basin

Henry William Stiegel:  A Sampler of His Three A’s

The Northumberland Man
 

The Joller Story, Life in a Company Coal Mine and Village   

Political Memorabilia

Gettysburg Campaign to the Susquehanna River

Antique Glass Paperweights

Frank Lloyd Wright, An American Architectural Pioneer

Native American Life in the Susquehanna River Basin Region

The Conestoga Massacres of 1763

Chief Pontiac's Rebellion

The Revolutionary War in the Susquehanna River Basin Region

Henry William Stiegel, His Iron and His Glass, and the 5 Shillings Rent Payment

Flames Across the Susquehanna