York County History Center to stay closed through April 30

Staff Report

The York County History Center has announced that due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, it will remain closed through Thursday, April 30.

All events and programs scheduled during this time will either be postponed or canceled. For more information on individual event changes, visit yorkhistorycenter.org.

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During this time, York County residents are encouraged to enjoy history at home though the website. The center's staff has created a new resource page, York History at Home, that will allow people to take virtual tours, download coloring pages, read articles and much more.  This page will continue to grow as the center's team continues to work to bring this information to the community. 

York County History Center volunteers Jim Tanzola and Nadine Hubner chat while serving food at the Agricultural & Industrial Museum during the History On The Half Shell fundraising event sponsored by the center Sunday, October 21, 2018. The annual event offered oysters, a variety of food, drink, music, children's activities and historical presentations. Bill Kalina photo