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May 19, 2022

John & Annie Glenn Museum’s 20th Anniversary

The John and Annie Glenn Museum will be providing free tours, snacks and drinks in honor of their 20th anniversary.

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May 9, 2022

Tipple & Taste: A Collabrewtive Event

Join us as we kick off our collaboration with the Hocking College Craft Brewing program with a beer tasting and the announcement of the name of the new Ohio Village beer. This members-only, 21+ event will feature four tasting stations, food trucks, games, music, fire pits and more! Advanced registration is required. $30/Adult (Includes a […]

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May 9, 2022

Midsummer on the Terrace—A Brutalist Garden Party

Join us for lively updates from across the Ohio History Connection!

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May 6, 2022

October Semi-Colon Club: Just Mercy

“An unforgettable true story about the potential for mercy to redeem us, and a clarion call to end mass incarceration in America — from one of the most inspiring lawyers of our time.” Bryan Stevenson was a young lawyer when he founded the Equal Justice Initiative, a nonprofit law office in Montgomery, Alabama, dedicated to […]

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May 5, 2022

Cincinnati Suffrage Walking Tour

Cincinnati was home to some of the nation’s earliest and most progressive leaders of the women’s movement. Many of them began as abolitionists and temperance reformers. As they fought for the rights of others, they began recognizing their own oppressed place in society. They used the knowledge and skills they learned in those movements to […]

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May 5, 2022

Learn Lace: Beginning Tatting Workshop

Enjoy an afternoon exploring fiber arts that would have been familiar to the Beecher women. Beginners welcome–bring a friend! Tatting is a knotted lace made using a shuttle or needle. Currently tatting is experiencing a period of technical and artistic innovation. It is a portable craft that uses generally inexpensive tools and material and is […]

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May 2, 2022

Hopewell People Were Rock Stars! Lecture #3 – Objects: Bear Teeth (Grizzly); Ivory (Mastodon); Pearls (freshwater); Shark Teeth (Megalodon); Shells (whelks/conchs)

This series of lectures will provide specific information on the geological points of origin of 18 unique raw materials and objects as well as provide examples of the raw material from which the Hopewell artisans created the beautiful artifacts, decorations, tools, vessels, decorations and weapons. The lectures will highlight the geological abilities of the Native […]

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May 2, 2022

Prairie in Bloom Nature Discovery Hike

During the middle of the summer, there are many things that can catch your attention if you know what to look for. Fort Ancient volunteer and Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist Rick Hoffman as well as other naturalists, will walk participants through the prairie and woods to learn about the plants, bugs, and wildlife around Fort […]

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May 2, 2022

Hopewell People Were Rock Stars! Lecture #2 – Rocks: Clay; Flint; Granite/Gneiss; Obsidian; Pipestone, Slate, Soapstone/Steatite

This series of lectures will provide specific information on the geological points of origin of 18 unique raw materials and objects as well as provide examples of the raw material from which the Hopewell artisans created the beautiful artifacts, decorations, tools, vessels, decorations and weapons. The lectures will highlight the geological abilities of the Native […]

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May 2, 2022

The Story Collection Project

How has food insecurity affected you, your family, and your neighbors? Do you live in a food desert, meaning you live in an area where it is difficult to buy affordable, good-quality fresh food? Are you a farmer or gardener that has donated your extra crops to food banks or your community? Then we want […]