Come join us in preserving and sharing our past
Joining the Huntington Historical Society is easy and enriching. You can either pay your dues using your credit or debit card via PayPal or you can send us a check at our Main Street address.
You can also contact the Society to obtain more information by calling us at 427-7045, Ext. 401.
If it is convenient and easier for you and you have a PayPal account, you can join now at the Friend Membership level and above and pay for membership monthly throughout the year. The benefits of the various levels of membership are itemized in the tables below.
Historical Society Membership Categories
The Heritage Circle
The Heritage Circle of 1903
Recognizes the year that the Huntington Historical Society was founded, and
marks the levels of dedication to securing our heritage and the Society's
|Membership Categories for the Calendar year, January thru December.|
|Heritage Friend, $300
All the benefits of Dual/Family Membership plus one complimentary ticket to both the Wine Tasting and the Antique Show. Invitations, also, for two guests to all Exhibit previews.
|Heritage Associate, $500
All the benefits of Heritage Friend plus an additional Wine Tasting invitation and an 8 inch by 10 inch copy of any photograph from our extensive collection.
|Heritage Leader, $1,000
All the benefits of Heritage Associate Membership. Four complimentary tickets to both the Wine Tasting and the Antiques Show. Invitations, also, for four guests to all Exhibit previews.
|Heritage Patron, $2,000
All the Benefits of the Heritage Leader plus invitations for two adults to the Annual Board of Trustees/Staff Holiday Party. One complimentary enrollment to "Passport to the Past" children's summer program.
All the benefits of Heritage Patron, plus one additional complimentary enrollment (for a total of two children) to "Passport to the Past' summer program." And 8 inch by 10 inch copies of any two photographs from our extensive collection and 20% off on all publications. A colonial-style dinner for six people served in the Kissam House.
|Historical Society Heritage Circle Membership with the Genealogy Workshop Newsletter|