bENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
Society members are invited to attend several annual events. Admission for members is free. A guest charge may apply.
What are the events?
How do I get advance notice?
Visit the website and check dates.
Click here for Events Calendar
How do I make reservations?
Respond to the mailed invitation. Contact the Society office by phone (215-862-5652) or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Society members can receive a 10% discount on food at selected area restaurants Monday Through Thursday by presenting their NHHS membership card.
Show your NHHS membership card before the bill is presented at your table.
Does the discount apply on weekends?
No. Its only Monday through Thursdays.
What if the restaurant isn't open on Mondays?
The discount only works on Mondays through Thursdays when the restaurant is open.
What about liquor?
This is not included in the discount program.
How will I learn when new restaurants have been added?
The website will be updated regularly.
How is tipping handled?
We ask members to tip on the presumed full amount of the check before the discount is applied.
Membership - Other Historical Societies
NHHS society members have the opportunity to visit the headquarters of fellow historical societies when on vacation. Admission is free to visit.
How do I take advantage of this benefit?
Show your NHHS membership card upon arrival.
What are the hours?
Visit their websites for more information.
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Society members have the opportunity to visit the Montauk Club in Park Slope, Brooklyn, enjoy the bar and dining room. Upon departure, Society members settle up their bill by credit card.
Where is the Montauk Club located?
25 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
How can I learn more about the club and it's history?
Visit the website at www.montaukclub.com
What are the hours of operation?
Bar – 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM, Wednesday through Friday
Dinner – 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Wednesday through Friday
Brunch – 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, Sunday
How do I make dining Reservations?
Call the club at 718-638-0800 or email the club at email@example.com
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Society members have the opportunity to rent apartments or cottages at Stouts Hill, an English Country house holiday resort in the Cotswolds during the off season at 300 pounds per week. (Approximately $470.00 on 1/29/12 when the pound was $ 1.56)
Stouts Hill is a 1740’s county house on 27 acres. The main house consists of nine apartments. The property also features five cottages. The website www.stoutshill.co.uk will answer most questions.
Where is it?
Stouts Hill is in the town of Uley, near Dursley and Stroud in the western portion of the Cotswolds. It's approximately 100 miles west of London off the M-4 Motorway. It's convenient to Bath, Tetbury (Prince Charles' estate Highgrove) Berkeley Castle and other historic sites.
When is the "Off Season"?
In 2012, weeks beginning Saturday January 14th through the week of March 24th. Off season begins resumes Saturday, November 3rd though the week of December 8th.
What if I want to visit in High Season?
Stouts Hill originally started as a timeshare in the early 1970's. Weeks belong to owners who from time to time rent them through the Stouts Hill office. Stouts Hill also maintains additional weeks which can be rented out on a first come, first served basis.
Examples of high season summer rental rates (available on the website)
What if an "Off Season" rental isn't available when I want to travel?
Stouts Hill's management office can advise you on weeks available from owners themselves and rates. They act as intermediary at no additional charge.
Will anyone try to get me to buy anything?
How Do I learn More? Book?
Contact Stouts Hill directly by calling Maureen Dolphin (Resort Manager) at 011 44 1453 860134
or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership - Volunteer Opportunities
Society members may get more involved by volunteering time and skills on projects and events.
What skills are needed?
How can I volunteer at events from time to time?
The Society has a volunteer committee. As events are planned volunteers are matched up by skill and consulted regarding availability.
Membership - Archive Research
The society maintains extensive archives of documents and photos pertaining to the history of New Hope and the Parry family. Often they have been willed to the Society by local residents. The Society also maintains the archive of the former newspaper, The New Hope Gazette.
Who can access the archives?
Scholars researching books, articles, or reports.
How is access granted?
Contact Deborah Lang, Executive Director (215-862-5652) for more information
or by email: email@example.com
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