Free private tours of the Jacobs Homestead by appointment
Free newsletters on local history as published
Invitations to members-only events or priority at those events that may be restricted in number of attendees
Free assistance with genealogical or local history research questions at the Society’s Library or over the Internet
Advice regarding the dateboard program for the member’s historic Norwell house
An official Society member card (see below)
Discounts on Society publications and merchandise
Notification of free lectures and educational programs
The ability to become an officer, director, or volunteer
Knowledge that your dues support the education of townspeople and schoolchildren about Norwell’s heritage, the on-going research of town history, and the collection, inventory, preservation, and restoration of the Society's historic collections.
What does your membership support?
The maintenance of the historic artifacts collection at the Jacobs Homestead and Society Archives
The production of the Society's quarterly history-filled newsletters
The coordination of the Strawberry Festival, the May Day Tea and the "Christmas at the Farmhouse" events at the Jacobs Homestead
The planning and costs of speakers on historic topics, with events open to the public
The coordination of the historic house plaque program with the Norwell Historical Commission