Landis Valley is one of the most unusual places to find things to do in Lancaster County for the entire family. And it’s always changing with events, classes, live reenacting, and more examples of 18th and 19th century life than you would believe. Our events are filled with fun for all ages and focus upon different aspects of life in rural Lancaster County from 1740 – 1940.
Interested in gardening? Be sure to come to the Herb & Garden Faire held every year on Mother’s Day weekend. Interested the Civil War? Don’t miss our huge Civil War Days event in late July. Looking to create a new tradition for Christmas? There are multiple Christmas events. We even offer several classes and workshops to make ornaments and decorations for Christmas that are perfect for all ages. Four times a year we also offer Hands-on History Days, where you can learn old skills and crafts that everyone should know. And Harvest Days, our biggest and oldest event, lets you immerse yourself in all aspects of 18th and 19th century farm life for a day.
Employment Opportunity: Special Events and Marketing Coordinator
We are now accepting applications for a permanent part time position with the Landis Valley Associates [LVA]: Special Events and Marketing Coordinator. The position is the lead for LVA’s events and marketing program. The position is budgeted for 32 hours a week.
NOTE: The position starts at permanent part time, 32 hours a week. After six months in the position, performance, objectives, and accomplishments will be evaluated in consideration of full-time employment.
The Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Since 1955, Landis Valley served as the Commonwealth’s museum of Pennsylvania German history and heritage.
LVA is the contracted non-profit friend’s group for the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. Raising funds through various sources, the LVA helps the Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum meet its goals of education and preservation.
To access the job description, please use this link: https://www.landisvalleymuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Special-events-Marketing-Coordinator.docx
Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Landis Valley Museum Site Administrator David Blackburn via email or the US Postal Service.
David Blackburn, Site Administrator
Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum, 2451 Kissel Hill Road, Lancaster PA 17601
Questions? Please contact the Site Administrator via email or phone: (717) 581-0595