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August 10, 2022

Open Doors: Crabill Homestead Open House

The 1820s Crabill Homstead, which stands on a beautiful spot on a hill above the C.J. Brown Reservoir in Springfield, Ohio, is open to the public for tours on Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 from 1-5pm. Visitors can learn about the David and Barbara Crabill, who built the home in the 1820s, 150 […]

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August 3, 2022

Open Doors: Afternoon of Shaker History

Tour White Water Shaker Village, established in 1823, and one of the 24 Shaker communal villages founded in the United States. The village is home to the country’s only remaining brick meeting house which was built in 1827 with an unusual suspended truss system. In 1832, the large dwelling was constructed next door. Learn about […]

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July 29, 2022

Open Doors: Camp Washington- The Home of Makers

Explore the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati and its rich history as the home of makers. Walking tours of the historic buildings and pop up presentations will highlight the industries that built Camp’s reputation as a place for Maker’s while a farmer’s market will highlight some of the makers that call Camp home today.

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June 14, 2022

Open Doors: Behind the Scenes Look at Small Town Ohio History

Ever wonder how a local history museum is run? Take a behind the scenes look at the Mantua Historical Society collections and see how objects are safely stored and identified. Visitors can enjoy a walk through the Mantua Center Historic District while listening to live music and touring the museum, Eastlawn Cemetery, and grounds. Stroll […]

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May 10, 2022

Open Doors: Marblehead Historical Walking Tour

Are you interested in learning more about the beginnings of Marblehead?  Come join us for a walking tour full of interesting facts and stories about this small coastal town.  This tour is approximately 1.5 miles and takes about ninety minutes.  The terrain covered includes sidewalks and paved streets.  Meet on the back patio of the library. […]