Membership & Support
Becoming a Member
Like most heritage organizations, the Lebanon Historical Society depends on an active and engaged membership. We cordially invite you to join. Your membership dues help us continue to provide excellent programs, exhibits, and research assistance and you will receive our quarterly newsletter, discounts for programs, services, and the Museum Shop, and early notice of special events.
Click here to join now! The printable form can be submitted in person, by mail, or by email. Please make checks payable to the Lebanon Historical Society. For questions, our staff.
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Becoming a Volunteer
Would you like to get involved with the Museum? Do you have an interest in history? Have you ever wanted to try teaching, researching or developing a program? Consider volunteering at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum. Scouts and students can pursue service and school project experiences. Try your hand at research or transcription in our library. Brainstorm new ideas for children’s programs, or share your artistic abilities. The opportunities are endless. Contact our staff for more information.
In recent years volunteers have helped with:
Giving to the Lebanon Historical Society
Gifts to the Historical Society are a wonderful way to leave a legacy for your community. Donations or bequests or cash or securities will help assure the long-term success of the organization and its ability to preserve and interpret Lebanon’s past. Gifts can be made to the general fund or to support specific projects. If you would like further information, please contact the .
Traditional brick walkways provide access to our buildings and grounds. Bricks in these walks can be engraved with a memorial message of your choice. To place an order please see the printable brick order form.
Objects made or used in Lebanon, photographs taken in town, and documents that reveal details of life in town form the heart of the Historical Society collections. Museum staff would be pleased to talk with you about how the Society serves as a repository for local materials. Sometimes the most ordinary objects are of the greatest historical value. Please contact us if you would like information about caring for your own historic objects or to make arrangements to donate them to the museum.