The town of Harmony was
founded in 1804, and
has more than 250 years of remarkable history.
Our history includes the Lenape (Delaware) Indian
settlement, Murdering Town, Major George Washington,
"Father" George Rapp and the Harmonists from Germany,
Mennonites, and so much more! Come discover the big history of this little town.
We Need Pane Relief
First the bad news-the Harmony Museum has some rotten windows-literally.
Now good news-by replacing these aging windows we can restore the Museum and Wagner House buildings to their original design and beauty. That original window design can be seen on the bakery building at Main and Mercer, kitty-corner across the square from the museum. An original Harmonist window from 1807 is also on display inside the museum.
How you can help-we will apply for matching grants but we need to raise money for our part of the match. The Museum Pane-Relief Window Fund welcomes donations big and small. Big donations help us reach our goal faster, and smaller donations show we have community support. Our goal is $75,000 and 250 donors.
Here are giving levels: Window Benefactor $5000. Window Sponsor $1000. Window Frame $150. Window Pane $25. The highest three levels will be recognized on a plaque in the Museum. Any size donation is welcome.
Historic Harmony Donation Button Help the Harmony Museum continue our work of preserving history and educating everyone about the vast history our area has. Please use this button to donate. You will recieve a tax deductible contribution. Thank you.