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The Chesapeake Chapter is a 501(c)(3) organization and an official chapter of the US Lighthouse Society. The specific purposes of this organization is to: a. Support the restoration and preservation of America’s lighthouses, by encouraging, supporting and assisting the efforts of individuals, preservation groups, public agencies and private corporations. b. Publish a quarterly newsletter, Chesapeake …


Membership in The Chesapeake Chapter of the U.S. Lighthouse Society Membership in the Society (a strictly nonprofit organization) is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you are interested in lighthouses, lightships and kindred subjects, around the Chesapeake Bay then the Society is for you. The membership year runs for twelve consecutive months …


The Chapter started a volunteer program in 1997 to assist local organizations in the preservation and maintenance of Bay area lighthouses. Each year Chapter members are invited to volunteer at any of the projects scheduled for the year. You can volunteer for a single day or for several activities throughout the year. Check out our …

Preservation Events 2012

Preservation Events in 2012 included Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse Lightship Chesapeake Hooper Island Lighthouse Fort Washington Bell Tower Lighthouse
Our Heritage

Our Heritage

Maryland Virginia Delaware Lightships Replicas Join the 40+3 Club ! Passport Program M A R Y L A N D    L I G H T H O U S E S Existing Lighthouses "Crossed The Bar" Return to top V I R G I N I A   L I G H T H O …


One function of the Chesapeake Chapter, U.S. Lighthouse Society is to educate and inform the general population about the lighthouses of the Chesapeake Bay region. To that end, the Chesapeake Chapter: Provides a special web page "Cheslights Kids" aimed at the future generation of lighthouse preservationists. Created a Scout patch program to educate scouts on the …
Events, Trips and Cruises


LIGHTHOUSE EVENTS, TRIPS AND CRUISES LIGHTHOUSE CHALLENGE AND FESTIVAL DATES UPCOMING CHAPTER ACTIVITIES Door County Lighthouse Festival June 7–9, 2019 Midcoast Maine Lighthouse Challenge June 29 & 30, 2019 Toledo Lighthouse Waterfront Festival July 6–7, 2019 Michigan Lighthouse Festival August 2–4, 2019 National Lighthouse Day August 7 (Check your local community …

MD Lighthouse Challenge

Chesapeake Chapter's 2019 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge JOIN US FOR The 12th Maryland Lighthouse Challenge Saturday and Sunday, September 21 - 22, 2019. 10 Lighthouses * 1 Lightship * 2 Days! The Lights of the 2019 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge We added a NEW mandatory light! The planned line-up of Mandatory Lights around the route includes: Concord …
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Keeper’s Loft

Order lighthouse merchandise from the Chesapeake Chapter here. It’s easy and convenient. All prices in US dollar. Sorry, we do not ship overseas. The following process will allow you to enter the items you wish to purchase, select the quantities then view a final order which you can print and send in with your check …




Our Favorite Links To Other Lighthouse Sites The Chesapeake Chapter of the USLHS does not endorse any of the following web sites or the merchandise offered. We are providing these links as a service to those who might enjoy seeing what these web sites offer. As a policy, the Chapter does not link to commercial …

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