Become a Volunteer

Volunteer with the Bethlehem Historical Society

The Bethlehem Historical Society relies on the dedication and generosity of volunteers to fulfill our mission of preserving and celebrating Bethlehem’s rich cultural heritage. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a community-minded individual, or someone passionate about making a difference, there are countless opportunities to get involved and contribute to our cause.

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering with the Bethlehem Historical Society is a rewarding experience that allows you to make a tangible impact on your community while connecting with like-minded individuals who share your passion for history and preservation. Whether you have skills in research, event planning, museum operations, or simply a willingness to lend a helping hand, there’s a role for you on our team.

How to Get Involved

The Bethlehem Heritage Society is always in need of volunteers willing to give their time. If you would like to get involved, please use the form below to reach out. Our volunteer coordinator will be in touch to discuss opportunities that match your interests, skills, and availability. Whether you’re interested in assisting with museum exhibits, leading educational programs, organizing events, or contributing your expertise in other areas, we welcome your support.

Join Our Community of Volunteers

Join us in preserving and celebrating Bethlehem’s cultural heritage by becoming a volunteer with the Bethlehem Historical Society. Your commitment to our cause ensures that Bethlehem’s unique stories and traditions continue to be shared and cherished for generations to come. Together, we can make a difference in our community and leave a lasting legacy for future generations.

Ready to Get Started?

Complete the form below to express your interest in volunteering with the Bethlehem Historical Society. We look forward to welcoming you to our team and working together to preserve Bethlehem’s legacy for years to come.

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Bethlehem Historical Society in Bethlehem, New Hampshire

Formed in 1997, the Society is located in the completely restored Ranlet Cafe that was moved to this location in 1895. With over 260 members, it is an ever-changing display of Bethlehem history.


2182 Main Street
PO Box 148
Bethlehem, NH 03574