The Saucon Valley Conservancy, Inc., founded in 1993, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to preserve the historic and natural environment of the
Saucon Valley as an educational and recreational resource for area citizens and visitors.
The major stewardships of the Conservancy are the Michael Heller Homestead and the Saucon Creek Corridor.
"Giving Tuesday" is a day to support your local charities and other non-profit organizations. It's the day to show your support for the Saucon Valley Conservancy by becoming a member, renewing your membership, sponsoring an event, or shopping on our website. By shopping on our website, the SVC gets a percentage from your total sale - at no additional cost to you!
Click the links below to donate, shop or become a member.
Holiday Open House
Monday, December 4 from 6:00 - 9:00 PM
(Snow date Tuesday, December 5th)
A special Christmas exhibit by local author,
historian, and artist Ken Raniere
Ken will display never-before seen paintings titled
"Olde Christmas Delights"... pen, ink, and watercolors
of a by-gone Christmas.
Christmas cards made from the original paintings will be available for purchase!
Do you have a traditional family recipe for a dessert or
hors d'oeuvre? If you wish, please bring a dish to share of your very own "Olde Christmas Delight." Keep traditional family recipes alive!
SVC Receives Grant from LVAC
The Saucon Valley Conservancy is excited to announce the receipt of a grant through the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts and the Lehigh Valley Arts Council. The Conservancy received $1696.00 to be used for the
2018 Saucon Creek Arts Festival.
Members of the SVC Board of Directors were presented with the award on October 18th at the National Museum of Industrial History.
Thank you, Pennsylvania Council of the Arts and the Lehigh Valley Arts Council for recognizing our commitment to bring the arts and historic preservation to the Saucon Valley area!