The new (2008) BHCA color logo

 

Bellefonte Historical  and Cultural Association
BHCA
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania

 

 

 

 

About BHCA
Bellefonte Local History

Concert Productions
Contact the Officers and Committees
Edible Landscape Garden
Galleries of Historic Photos & Postcards
Links
Meetings and Minutes
Old House Fair
Out Loud: Poetry Readings
Summer Sounds from the Gazebo
Sunday Afternoon Chamber Music Series
Talleyrand Park
Victorian  Christmas Arts & Crafts Show
Virtual Walking Tour of Bellefonte
Walking Tour of Bellefonte Map
Archived Activities
Film Forum Archive
Gallery at the Gamble Mill
 

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The Courthouse, the Diamond, and the Brockerhoff House. Credit: Rob Gannon

BHCA is a nonprofit, volunteer organization working to provide diverse cultural and arts programming to residents of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania and surrounding communities at no charge.  BHCA also strives to increase awareness of the significance of Bellefonte's cultural heritage, as reflected in rich Victorian architecture, and of the value of its preservation.

BHCA receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Our grant is administered by Centre Foundation.

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

Images: The Courthouse, the Diamond, and the Brockerhoff House (Credit: Rob Gannon); Summer Sounds from the Gazebo in Talleyrand Park, 2011; Victorian Christmas  Arts & Crafts Show, 2011; Performers at the Sunday Afternoon Concerts at the Library

Current events and announcements:

New season of Summer Sounds from the Gazebo in Talleyrand Park starts June 5. Click here for the schedule.

There will be a BHCA Reorganization Meeting in the Sculpture Area in Talleyrand Park on July 8 at 7PM. We will review our current activities, our history, and discuss the future of BHCA, including recruiting new members, the effects of Covid on our programs and meetings, possible new programs, and other options for our future. If you canít make the meeting, email Secretary Jim Dunne at jhdunne@outlook.com with questions or input.