We are excited to launch our Membership Drive for Schuylkill County Council for the Arts. Our vision at the SCCA is to promote the Frank D. Yuengling Mansion as a model for historic preservation and nurturing space for the enjoyment of the arts and culture in Schuylkill County.

We would like to invite you and your immediate family to join us as members! An SCCA membership highlights opportunities for you to help make our vision a reality and be a part of this historic landmark's future. 

This upcoming year is full of some familiar events along with exciting and new community-based activities. We will be continuing the traditions of our eagerly anticipated Christkindlmarkt, our spring Easter Egg Hunt, the summer Messy Art Jamboree, and our Music at the Mansion summer Concert Series. New events planned for the coming months include our first-ever Hallo-Harvest Festival, Hops and Houses, Polar Palooza, and much more!

Now is the time to join us!

Corporate Membership opportunities will be available soon!

GOLD MEMBER $250+

  • Access to exclusive *member only* events

  • 10% off Venue Rentals, excluding Wedding Packages available during the 1 year membership term

  • 2 tickets to any Music in the Mansion concert event for 2023

  • Exclusive Quarterly Membership Newsletter "Minute with the Mansion" including event sneak peeks! 

  • SCCA Vinyl Decal

 

SILVER MEMBER $100

  • Access to exclusive *member only* events

  • 2 tickets to any Music in the Mansion concert event for 2023

  • Exclusive Quarterly Membership Newsletter "Minute with the Mansion" including event sneak peeks! 

 

BRONZE MEMBER $50

  • Exclusive Quarterly Membership Newsletter "Minute with the Mansion" including event sneak peeks! 

  • 2 tickets to any Music in the Mansion concert event for 2023

Join us today!

Don't miss the opportunity to join our thriving non-profit and reap the benefits of membership and being a part of supporting our mission and vision!

ABOUT THE SCCA

The Schuylkill County Council for the arts is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization; all contributions are fully tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Community self-help has traditionally assumed an important role in the development of American society. In 1978 a handful of people gathered to form the Schuylkill County Council for the Arts, a registered non-profit corporation, to begin a cultural renaissance and offer a common meeting ground for county artists, crafts people, and myriad ethnic groups. The initial idea has blossomed into an organization representing arts & service organizations - sharing, caring and growing together a united effort.

Originally, the home of the Yuengling family, the owners of America's oldest brewery, this property became the Art and Ethnic Center, the home of the Schuylkill County Council for the Arts in March 1978.  The heirs of Augusta Yuengling donated the house and grounds specifically to provide Schuylkill County with a home for cultural and arts activities.

 

Thanks in part to the generosity of the Yuengling family, the SCCA has continued to grow and establish a variety of innovative programs that reach thousands of people across the region. The home was entered on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington D.C. in 1979.