Outreach Programs

Are you looking for a history program for your local community group, nursing home, or school? We have a variety of programs that we can bring to you!

If you would like more information on any of our programs or would like to book one, please contact the museum at 570-746-3979. Thank you for your interest in learning more about our community!


Wyalusing in the Age of Photography
This program uses maps and photographs to look at the development of Wyalusing Borough in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Civil War and the Wyalusing Valley
What were the men who served in the Union Army doing before they left for war? This program looks at several local men who served, where they were from and what they did before and after the Civil War. Details about these men’s lives help us remember that large historic events happen to real individuals.

Early European Settlement in the Wyalusing Area
The goal of this program is to try to imagine what the first Europeans to settle in the area might have experienced, and how that would compare to settlement in southeastern Pennsylvania at the same time.

One Room Schoolhouses in the Wyalusing Area School District
This program shares the information we have gathered during our ongoing schoolhouse documentation project. We look at mapped out locations of schools, photos of schools and students that we have collected, and hear some of the stories shared by people who attended these schools before they closed in the 1960s.

Do you own an old school building? Old photographs of schools, students, and teachers? We would love to hear your stories and see your pictures.

Table Displays

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    Military Service Appreciation
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    One Room Schools in the Wyalusing Area School District
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    Wyalusing Borough Then and Now
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    Wyalusing Valley Museum

The Museum is Moving!

Thanks to the generous support of our community we have purchased a new building. In the meantime visit our temporary exhibit in the Lodge Hall Annex on Church Street!

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