The MillBrook Society

Welcome to The Millbrook Society's website. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is historical preservation, education, reenacting and archeology. We keep Hatboro and the surrounding community's rich history alive through various educational programs, neighborhood activities and special projects conducted throughout the year, as well as maintaining a collection of artifacts from Hatboro's past. We invite you to stay tuned to our calendar of events and to our activities pages to see all the wonderful things we have going on this year.

The Millbrook Society is located the Amy B. Yerkes Museum on the second floor in the historic Hatboro Baptist Church on York Road in the heart of Hatboro. Our members have a wide variety of interests beyond local, Hatboro history. No matter what topic of history interests you, The Millbrook Society is a place for members to explore their interests and share their enthusiasm.

For more information please contact:

The Millbrook Society
32 North York Road
PO Box 506
Hatboro, PA 19040

Hatboro's 300th Anniversary
The year 2015 marks Hatboro’s tri-centennial! 300 years ago, “the Billet” began as a prime stop on the road to and from Philadelphia. It was noted as a center of learning and education. General George Washington met here to discuss strategy early in the war. A Revolutionary War skirmish was fought here. President Benjamin Harrison spent the night here. For more information on events going on throughout the year to celebrate these and other events, please keep and eye on our Calendar of Events and the official Tri-centennial Facebook page. Click here

Lukens's Clock Restoration Project: The Millbrook Society has been working with the Borough of Hatboro in the restoration and preservation of the Isiah Lukens Clock at Loller Academy. This effort began, through helping to raise the matching funds for 2 Commonwealth grants and now acting as trustee of the endowment fund for the clocks perpetual care. Click here

Join us at our weekly meetings on Wednesday nights from 7:30pm – 9:30pm.