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Mercer Rainmakers Business Members host open house


The Bucks County Historical Society (BCHS) announces an open house for the business community at the Mercer Museum hosted by the Mercer Rainmakers Business Members from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday.

Business community members will get the opportunity to meet the Mercer Rainmakers, the Bucks County Historical Society’s business member program, and connect with local business professionals, while enjoying free entry to the special exhibition “Everyday Rhythms: Music at the Mercer,” complimentary light breakfast fare, and an exclusive sneak peek at artifacts from the museum’s upcoming major exhibition, “The Doan Gang: Outlaws of the Revolution.”

Mercer Rainmakers is the BCHS business member program, a partnership with distinguished businesses that support the organization’s annual operating needs and advance the mission of BCHS through their ambassadorship.

“Rainmakers Business Membership is a wonderful way to give back to the community where you do business. And it comes with great benefits for you, your employees and clients,” said Pete Chiovarou, Rainmakers Business Members; director, Community Programs & College Events, Bucks County Community College.

“We love our Rainmakers Business Members. In addition to the financial support their membership provides, they also act as our ambassadors in the regional business community,” said Candace Clarke, Bucks County Historical Society director of development. This open house event is free, with registration recommended, as space is limited. Register at

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