Become a Member

By becoming a member of the Winters Heritage House Museum, you help to support the preservation of Elizabethtown’s history in many ways.  In short, you immediately become an active part of this preservation effort.

The Seibert Genealogy Library and Research Center maintains deeds, maps, images, and records from the founding of the town through to modern times. The log buildings that house the museum were built in the 1760s, by two different immigrating cultures, when this area was the frontier of the American colonies.  The activities within maintain the skills and knowledge of this bygone era and way of life.  It is our mission to preserve and share this history and, by doing so, build skills that support the Elizabethtown community.

We realize people become museum members because they love history, wish to see it preserved and want others to be able to learn about our community.  Benefits are secondary to this.  However, please note the benefits associated with the various levels of giving, and we hope you will take advantage of them.  Click here for a Member Registration Form.

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Individual – $20

Benefits:

Quarterly Newsletter

Free admission to museum events

Unlimited free research/consultation in Seibert Library

Free tour for one person (during museum hours)

Event Space rental option*

 

Family – $40

Benefits: Same as Individual Membership plus

Free tour for up to four people (during museum hours)

Free Annual Story Hour registration for one child or a one-time 15% discount on a Children’s/Family Workshop

 

Sustaining – $60

Benefits: Same as Family Membership plus

One-time 15% discount on an Adult Class

 

Patron – $100

Benefits: Same as Sustaining Membership plus

Unlimited free tours for groups up to 6 (during museum hours)

 

Nogging Brick Membership – automatic monthly contribution of $10 or more

Benefits: Same as Patron plus

Commemorative Mounted Nogging Brick- The most eastern portion of the museum was once a one-room shop, circa 1860, built using “nogging” construction; a method where stout timbers are used to frame the structure, and the gaps are then filled with brick.  Sadly, the builders opted for a log foundation, which 150 years later, had disintegrated. Several walls were saved, but others were re-built. We still hold a collection of these early bricks.  A limited number have been varnished, mounted, and serve as excellent book ends or conversation items.brick2

  

Sponsor – $250

Benefits: Same as Patron Membership plus

One free Genealogy Research Class for up to two people.

 

Benefactor – $500

Benefits: Same as Sponsor plus

One-time 25% Discount on any Workshop or Class

 

Associate – $1000

Benefits: Same as Benefactor Membership plus

Unlimited 25% Discounts on any Workshop or Class

 

 

*All members are eligible to rent the event space at 33 East High Street.  Please call the museum for more information on this, or visit our Event Rental Space page.