Pennsylvania Humanities Council

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.

Local Business ListingS

Albright's Mill
Feed & Seed Supplies

Baily Wood Products
Lumber Mill

The Country Seat
Basket Weaving & Supplies

Hawk Valley Farm
Landscaping Materials

Historic Doors
Doors, Entryways, and Porticos

Jonathan Bond
Custom Art & Art Gallery

Jonathan's Spoons
Wooden Spoons

Kempton Community Center

Kempton Hotel
Dining & Bar

Kempton New Church

WK&S Railroad
Tourist Train Rides

History of Hahn Mountain Ski Area