The Fred H. Keller History Museum doesn’t have a museum membership itself. But, the Sussex-Lisbon Area Historical Society, Inc., which operates and supports the Museum, has an open membership policy, welcoming all interested parties to join for a nominal fee. Annual memberships are for the calendar year beginning on January 1 of each year. 30 day grace period for renewals. One vote per membership regardless of category. Contributing and Life Time memberships are tax deductible for amount in excess of Individual membership fee.
|Regular Category [Voting Privilege]*||Amount|
|Junior Membership [Non-Voting Privilage]**|
|Professional Associate Membership***|
*Regular Membership Levels are open to all persons, institutions, or organizations. Regular Membership is able to vote, with one vote per member regardless of class of membership. Choice of hard copy or email newsletter. Free Museum Admission.
** Junior Membership is open to school students. JR Members receive newsletter and updates by email. Free Depot Museum Admission. Non-voting meeting attendance. One free adult museum admission when accompanied by JR Member bearing membership card [card marked upon visit] .
*** Professional Associate Membership is open to all Certified/Licensed Teachers/Librarians. PA Members receive newsletter and updates by email. Free Museum Admission. Non-voting meeting attendance.
Download and fill out the Membership form HERE.
If you choose to join, or renew your SLAHS membership using your PayPal account, credit, or debit card, please use the following button to make a secure on-line payment.
Note: PayPal gives you the option of NOT opening a PayPal account to make your payment. If you use your PayPal account to join or renew, you may set the option to pay once a year, automatically. Please verify your account to verify you have chosen this option.
NOTE: Online membership sign-up not valid for Junior or Professional Associate Membership Levels!
*Junior memberships and teachers/librarians should download this form and hand it in to our staff at the Fred Keller Museum.*