The Association meets on the fourth Tuesday of the months of January - May and September - November at 7:30pm. Programs are held in the Upper Moreland Township Building Council Room, located at 117 Park Avenue in Willow Grove. Public programs of UMHA are free and open to the public.

The programs feature speakers on a variety of historical and not-so historical topics followed by refreshments. The agenda generally includes time for attendees to question our experts on matters of local history and also provides an opportunity for attendees to bring artifacts and documents to show to the audience.

Recommendations for topics for future programs are always welcome and encouraged.

2020 Programs

January 28

A Tragic Collision and its Connections to the Old York Road Area: Ohio River, 1868

Guest Speaker: Jim Rubillo

February 25

Occupation of Philadelphia & Loyalists during the Revolutionary War

Guest Speaker: Mike Jesberger

March 24



May 2 - TBD

Farmstead Festival

May 26

*In the Upper Moreland Free Public Library

City in a Park

Guest Speaker: Lynn Miller and James McClelland tell the story of Fairmount Park at the Library Community Center

September 22

Amiable Scoundrel The History of Simon Cameron

Guest Speaker: Paul Kahan tells the story of one of Pennsylvania's most infamous statesmen.

October 27

Ghost Stories

Guest Speaker: Charles Adams bring local ghosts alive for Halloween

November 17

Battle of Crooked Billet

Guest Speaker: Steve Heck